Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy

  • Centre for Business History
PhD fellow

Room: POR/18.B-2.128
Christoph Viebig

I graduated from CBS’ master program in Organizational Innovation and Entrepreneurship in 2018. Since then I was a teaching assistant at CBS and a visiting scholar at University of Southern California. Prior to that I worked at startups and intrapreneurial ventures in the mobility industry.

My research interests are on platform businesses and entrepreneurship education. In particular I am interested on how platform entrepreneurs act differently compared to non-platform entrepreneurs, what motivations drive them and what idiosyncratic challenges they face creating their ventures. In my research I give a special focus on how to integrate this knowledge into blended, action-oriented and student-centered forms of entrepreneurship education.

Primary research areas
  • Platform Businesses
  • Blended Learning
  • Entrepreneurship Education
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Early People Problems in Startups
Curriculum Vitae
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  • Google, Ebay, Amazon - Management Challenges in Networked Businesses

Selected publications

Christoph Viebig & Christina Lubinski: “IP Management im Start-up-Lebenszyklus” in the book Golkowski: IP Strategien für Start-ups: Grundlagen, Aufbau und Umsetzung von Schutzrechten, Schäffer-Poeschel, 2020.

Publications sorted by:
Christoph Viebig / Book Review: Nothing succeeds like failure: The sad history of American business schools
In: Business History, 15.10.2020
Book review > peer review
Christoph Viebig; Christina Lubinski / IP-Management im Start-up Lebenszyklus
In: IP-Strategien für Start-ups: Grundlagen, Aufbau und Umsetzung von Schutzrechten. . ed. /Stefan Golkowsky. Stuttgart : Schäffer Poeschel 2020, p. 177-199
Book chapter > peer review
Outside activities

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