City Campus Wissensturm
Mag. Dr.

Karin Wegenstein

Karin Wegenstein
Mag. Dr.

Karin Wegenstein


Head of Masterstudiengang Controlling & Business Intelligence


City Campus Wiener Neustadt
Schlögelgasse 22-26
2700 Wiener Neustadt
Karin Wegenstein

Research Activities


    This research project focuses on how companies, managers with leadership responsibilities and as well as employees handle diffuse working hours. Extended home office regulations have been introduced in many companies due to the pandemic. Employers and employees are faced with frequently changing framework conditions and increased working time flexibility. In cooperation with Lower Austrian companies and their work councils, the research team develops solutions for a reasonable approach towards working time flexibility. This research project is funded by the Future Programme Project Fund Work 4.0 of the Lower Austrian Chamber of Labour. The project team consists of faculty members from the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt and the University of Graz.

  • Gender Gap 4.0

    Nachreichung erfolgt in Kürze


  • Wegenstein, Karin/Hense, Melanie (2023): Using a Sequential Exploratory Design: Acquired Learning from the Development of a Smartphone-App for Individual Work Time Management. In: Sage Research Methods Cases. London.
  • Wegenstein, Karin/Hense, Melanie/Gruber, Angelika/Stranzl, Julia (2020): Arbeit im digitalen Wandel - Stategien zur Gestaltung entgrenzter digitaler Arbeitstätigkeit. In: WISO. Salzburg.
  • Wegenstein, Karin/Dobernig, Karin (2019): "Triple Assessment Helix for Academic Skills Development". In:
  • Glaser, Karin (2015): "Terrorism and the Economy - Impacts on the Capital Market and the Global Tourism Industry". In: Eleven International Publishing. Den Haag.
  • Glaser, Karin (2015): „Economic Effects of Terrorism“. In: Glaser, Karin (Hrsg.). Eleven International Publishing. Den Haag.
  • Glaser, Karin (2015): „Legitimität und Gehorsam“. In: Dammayr, M./Graß, D./Rothmüller, B. (Hrsg.). Transcript Verlag. Bielefeld.
  • Glaser, Karin (2013): „Über legitime Herrschaft. Einführung in die Legitimitätstheorie“. In: Springer. Wiesbaden.
  • Glaser, Karin (2012): “Creating an Entrepreneurial University. Effects on Governance, Research, and Teaching”. In: Minderman, G. (Hrsg.). Eleven International Publishing. Den Haag.
  • Goldstein, Harvey/Glaser, Karin (2012): "Research Universities as Actors in Local and Regional Development". In: Journal of Technology Transfer.
  • Glaser, Karin/Goldstein, Harvey (2011): "Universities in Governance Roles: The Case of Utrecht and the Governance of a Knowledge-Region". In: Björkman, J./Van Eijbergen, R./Minderman, G./Bekke, H. (Hrsg.). Eleven International Publishing. Den Haag.