Florian Stache

Dr. Florian Stache
Freie Universität Berlin

School of Business and Economics

Department of Management

Chair for Inter-firm Cooperation

Prof. Dr. Jörg Sydow   Boltzmannstr. 20
D-14195 Berlin
Tel.: 030/838-52121

Fax: 030/838-56808                            

Email: florian.stache@fu-berlin.de

                          

 

Tutoring Professors:

 

  • Prof. Jörg Sydow, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
  • Prof. Volker Amelung, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Germany
  • Prof. David Stark, Columbia University, New York City, USA

 

Curriculum Vitae:

2013 Visiting researcher at the Center on Organizational Innovation, Columbia University New York/USA
2013

Defense of dissertation at the Faculty of Business and Economics      

1st class honors (“summa cum laude”, best grade possible)

2012-2013
Visiting researcher at École normale supérieure de Cachan, Paris/France

2008-2012

Doctoral Program 'Research on Organizational Paths', Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Freie Universität Berlin/Germany (with a grant by the DFG German Research Foundation)
2010 Visiting researcher at Center on Organizational Innovation, Columbia University, New York City, USA

2007-2008 Vice President ZAO Terminal, Smolensk, Russia

2007 Guest lecture at Brooks University, Oxford. Topic: “It May Take Eating Lots of Salt - Trust Development in German-Ukrainian Business Relationships”
2006-2007 Consultant Droege&Comp. GmbH, Moscow, Russia
2006 Visiting researcher at Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne

2004-2006 Consulting of German SME on market entry in Ukraine

2005 Diploma thesis “Cooperation with Eastern-European Businesses: Partnership without Trust?”

2001-2006 Advanced studies in Business Administration (Diplom) Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany

2000 Advanced studies in Business Administration Carlos III, Madrid, Spain

1997-1999 Basic studies in Business Administration Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany


 

Research Interests:

    • Organization in Healthcare
    • International Management, specifically Eastern Europe
    • Organization theory, specifically institutional and organizational change
    • Inter-organizational cooperation

 

 

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