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Monographie
  1. Ortiz, D. (2018). Ethics and Order of the Free Market. Wilhelm Röpke's Fundamental Political Ethics. Roma: MCEbooks, EDUSC.
  2. Busch, A. (2015). Modeling of Interest Groups in the (German) Health Care Market. Lüneburg: Hochschulschrift, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg.
  3. Scholz, M. (2012). Theorietransfer in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften. Bremen: Europäischer Hochschulverlag.
Beitrag in wiss. Zeitschrift (peer reviewed)
  1. Scholz, M. (2020). Die gesellschaftliche Verantwortung von Pharmaunternehmen für die Produktion, Preisgestaltung und Allokation von Covid-19-Impfstoffen. Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik, Sonderband ‘Lehren aus Corona‘, Issue 1, pp. 215-226.
  2. Scholz, M. (2020). Die neue Dimension um den Sinn und Zweck von Unternehmen. Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik, Vol. 21 (1), pp. 62-73.
  3. Scholz, M. & Smith, N.C. (2020). In the Face of a Pandemic: Can Pharma Shift Gears?. MIT Sloan Management Review, April 16., Link
  4. Fink, M., Hatak, I., Scholz, M. & Down, S. (2019). He Who Pays the Piper Calls the Tune? Setting the Stage for an Informed Discourse on Third-Party Funding of Academic Business Research. Review of Managerial Science, Vol. 13, pp. 1-9.
  5. Jarmai, K. & Vogel-Pöschl, H.C. (2019). Meaningful Collaboration for Responsible Innovation. Journal of Responsible Innovation, Vol. 7 (1), pp. 138-143.
  6. Scholz, M., de los Reyes, G. & Smith, N.C. (2019). The Enduring Potential of Justified Hypernorms. Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol. 29 (3), pp. 317-342.
  7. de los Reyes, G. & Scholz, M. (2019). The Limits of the Business Case for Sustainability: Don’t Count on Creating Shared Value to Extinguish Corporate Distruction. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 221, pp. 785-794.
  8. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2019). Understanding the Practice Potential and Theoretical Limits of Creating Shared Value. Competitiveness Review, Vol. 29 (1), pp. 2-14.
  9. Ortiz, D., Domnanovich, J., Kronenberg, C. & Scholz, M. (2018). Exploring the Integration of Corporate Social Responsibility into the Strategies of Small-and Medium-Sized Enterprises: A Systematic Literature Review. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 201, pp. 254-271.
  10. Auer, A. & Jarmai, K. (2018). Implementing Responsible Research and Innovation Practices in SMEs: Insights into Drivers and Barriers from the Austrian Medical Device Sector. Sustainability, Vol. 10 (1), pp. 1-18.
  11. Ribeiro, B., Bengtsson, L., Benneworth, P., Bührer, S., Castro-Martínez, E., Hansen, M., Jarmai, K., Lindner, R., Olmos-Peñuela, J., Ott, C. & Shapira, P. (2018). Introducing the Dilemma of Societal Alignment for Inclusive and Responsible Research and Innovation. Journal of Responsible Innovation, Vol. 5 (3), pp. 316-331.
  12. de los Reyes, G., Scholz, M. & Smith, N.C. (2017). Beyond the “Win-Win”: Creating Shared Value Requires Ethical Frameworks. California Management Review, Vol. 59 (2), pp. 142–167.
  13. Scholz, M., de los Reyes, G. & Pfitzer, M. (2017). CSV - Restoring the Legitimacy of Business and Advancing Competitiveness. Competitiveness Review, Vol. 29 (1), pp. 2-4.
  14. Ortiz, D. & Huber-Heim, K. (2017). From Information to Empowerment: Teaching Sustainable Business Development by Enabling an Experiential and Participatory Problem-Solving Process in the Classroom. The International Journal of Management Education, Vol. 15, pp. 318-331.
  15. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2015). Creating Shared Value: Grenzen und Vorschläge zur Weiterentwicklung. Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik, Vol. 16 (2), pp. 192-202.
  16. Reydon, T.A.C. & Scholz, M. (2014). Searching for Darwinism in Generalized Darwinism. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 65 (2), pp. 1-29.
  17. Reydon, T.A.C. & Scholz, M. (2013). Darwinism and Organizational Ecology: A Case of Incompleteness or Incompatibility?. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Vol. 44 (3), pp. 365-374.
  18. Scholz, M. & Reydon, T.A.C. (2013). On the Explanatory Power of Generalized Darwinism: Missing Items on the Research Agenda. Organization Studies, Vol. 34 (7), pp. 983-999.
  19. Scholz, M. & Reydon, T.A.C. (2010). Organizational Ecology – No Darwinian Evolution After All. A Rejoinder to Lemos. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Vol. 40, pp. 504-512.
  20. Reydon, T.A.C. & Scholz, M. (2009). Why Organizational Ecology is Not a Darwinian Research Program. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Vol. 39, pp. 580-607.
  21. Ortiz, D. & Kühne, S. (2008). Implementing Responsible Business Behavior from a Strategic Management Perspective: Developing a Framework for Austrian SMEs. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 82 (2), pp. 463-475.
  22. Scholz, M. & Reydon, T.A.C. (2008). The Population Ecology Programme in Organization Studies: Problems Caused by Unwarranted Theory Transfer. Philosophy of Management, Vol. 3 (8), pp. 39-51.
Beitrag in wiss. Zeitschrift (nicht peer reviewed)
  1. Scholz, M. & Smith, N.C. (2020). Six Ways Companies Can Promote and Protect Human Rights. MIT Sloan Management Review, November 3., Link
  2. Smith, N.C. & Scholz, M. (2018). Finding Good News for Human Rights After Khashoggi. MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 60 (1), pp. 1-4., Link
Herausgeberschaft
  1. Ortiz, D., Czuray, M. & Scholz, M. (2020). Verantwortungsvolle Unternehmensführung im österreichischen Mittelstand – Vision und Praxis. Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler.
  2. Jarmai, K. (2019). Responsible Innovation: Business Opportunities and Strategies for Implementation. Dodrecht: Springer.
  3. Schlag, M. & Ortiz, D. (2018). Poverty, Injustice, and Inequality as Challenges for Christian Humanism. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
  4. Mercado, J. A., Ortiz, D. & Scotti, B. (2016). Business for Good. Perspectives for a More Humane Economy. Roma: EDUSC.
  5. Scholz, M. & Czuray, M. (2016). Die Normierung gesellschaftlicher Verantwortung von Unternehmen: ISO 26000 und ONR 192500. Berlin, und Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler.
Beitrag in Sammelband/Conference Proceedings (full paper)
  1. Scholz, M., Riegler, M. & Jarmai, K. (2021). Collective Corporate Action for Sustainability. In Fritz, J. & Tomaschek, N. (Eds.): University – Society – Industry. Beiträge zum lebensbegleitenden Lernen und Wissenstransfer, Band 10, Waxmann Verlag.
  2. Scholz, M. (2021). Creating Shared Value: Ökonomische und gesellschaftliche Wertschöpfung. In Heidbrink, L. et al (Eds.): Handbuch Praktische Wirtschaftsphilosophie III, Springer Fachmedien, pp. 431-442.
  3. Riegler, M. & Scholz, M. (2020). Entstehungsfaktoren von Collective-Action-Initiativen zur Lösung sozialer und ökologischer Probleme. In: Stoll, B. & Herrmann, H. (Eds.): Corporate Social Responsibility – Impulse aus der und für die Profit- und Sozialwirtschaft’, Schriftenreihe Gesellschaft und Nachhaltigkeit, Band 7, Leverkusen: Verlag Barbara Budrich.
  4. Busch, A., Kratochvil, R. & Schweiger, C. (2020). Innovationen im (öffentlichen) Gesundheitssystem: Eine Analyse aus strategischer Perspektive. In: Pfannstiel, M. A., Kassel, K. & Rasche, C. (Eds.): Innovationen und Innovationsmanagement im Gesundheitswesen, Wiesbaden, Berlin: Springer Gabler, pp. 121-138.
  5. Riegler, M. & Scholz, M. (2020). Responsible Innovation: Unternehmerische Verantwortung und Collective Action. In: Markus Hengstschläger & Rat für Forschung und Technologieentwicklung (Eds.): Digitaler Wandel und Ethik, Elsbethen: ecowin Verlag, pp. 344-368.
  6. Tharani, A., Jarmai, K., Schönherr, N., & Urban, P. (2020). The COMPASS Self-Check Tool. In: Emad Yaghmaei & Ibo van de Poel (Eds.): Assessment of Responsible Innovation: Methods and Practices, London: Routledge, pp. 198-217.
  7. Jarmai, K. (2019). Learning from Sustainability Innovation. In: Jarmai, K. (Ed.) Responsible Innovation: Business Opportunities and Strategies for Implementation, Dodrecht: Springer, pp. 19-35.
  8. de los Reyes, G. & Scholz, M. (2019). Response to Porter: Responsibility for Realising the Promise of Shared Value: CSV for the Legitimacy of Capitalism. In: Lenssen, G. & Smith, N.C. (Eds.): Managing Sustainable Business: An Executive Education Case and Textbook, Berlin: Springer Science+Business Media, pp 347-348.
  9. Jarmai, K., Tharani, A. & Nwafor, C. (2019). Responsible Innovation in Business. In: Jarmai, K. (Ed.) Responsible Innovation: Business Opportunities and Strategies for Implementation, Dodrecht: Springer, pp. 7-17.
  10. Schönherr, N., Martinuzzi, A. & Jarmai, K. (2019). Towards a Business Case for Responsible Innovation. In: Jarmai, K. (Ed.) Responsible Innovation: Business Opportunities and Strategies for Implementation, Dodrecht: Springer, pp. 85-97.
  11. Ortiz, D. (2016). Aligning Economic and Ethical Imperatives in Business. In: Mercado, J. A., Ortiz, D. & Scotti, B. (Eds.): Business for Good. Perspectives for a More Humane Economy, Roma: MCEbooks, EDUSC, pp. 15-84.
  12. Scholz, M. & Krause, J. (2016). Erosion of Sovereign Control: Deliberation, ‘We-Reasoning’, and the Legitimacy of Norms and Standards in a Globalized World. In: Boleslaw, R. & Coutinho de Arruda, M. (Eds.): Understanding Ethics and Responsibilities in a Globalizing World, Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 83-101.
  13. Czuray, M., Gartner, S. & Scholz, M. (2016). Negative Screening und Exklusionsprozesse im Rahmen von Socially Responsible Investing: Der norwegische Pensionsfonds GPFG als Fallstudie. In: Kopp, H. E. (Ed.): CSR und Finanzratings, Management-Reihe Corporate Social Responsibility, Berlin und Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler, pp. 315-327.
  14. Busch, A. (2015). Der deutsche Gesundheitsmarkt und seine Akteure: Ein Überblick aus volkswirtschaftlicher Sicht. In: Oberschachtsiek, D. & Pape, A. (Eds.): Der Wunsch nach mehr Zusammenarbeit in der Patientenversorgung : Optionen und Grenzen der Entwicklung innovativer Versorgungsformen, Münster: LIT Verlag, pp. 193-219.
  15. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2015). Management von Shared Value – eine legitime Corporate Strategy. In: Schneider, A. & Schmidpeter, R. (Eds.): Corporate Social Responsibility, Berlin und Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler, pp. 543-555.
  16. Smith, C.N., Murphy, P.E., Reibetanz, A. & Scholz, M. (2015). Marketingethik – Ein Überblick. In: Schneider, A. & Schmidpeter, R. (Eds.): Corporate Social Responsibility, Berlin und Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler, pp. 721-734.
  17. Scholz, M. & Gartner, S. (2014). European Economic Actors Divesting From Israel. In: Nathanson, R. (Ed.): Corporate Social Responsibility in the EU and in Israel: Corporate Cultures Regarding Humanitarian Law and Human Rights and their Impact on Conflict Situations, Tel Aviv: IEPN, pp. 8-11.
  18. Scholz, M. (2013). Die soziale Verantwortung von Unternehmen. In: Timm, D. (Ed.): Manager in der Beschleunigung. Habituelle Unternehmensethik, Hannover: Internationalismus Verlag, pp. 156-165.
  19. Scholz, M. (2012). Einige Trends und Probleme der akademischen Unternehmensethik. In: Köppl, P. & Engert, P. (Eds.): Corporate Social Responsibility und Nachhaltigkeit: Vom Idealismus zur betrieblichen Realität, Wien: Linde Verlag, pp. 173-180.
  20. Scholz, M. (2012). Financial Leadership und ethische Verantwortung. In: Zehetner, K. (Ed.): Financial Leadership, Wien: Linde Verlag, pp. 195-208.
  21. Scholz, M. & Lohse. S. (2010). Wissenschaftstheorie in der Praxis. In: Meier, R. & Janßen, A. (Eds.): Coach Ausbildung – Ein strategisches Curriculum, Sternenfels: Verlag Wissenschaft & Praxis, pp. 592-601.
  22. Scholz, M. & Reydon, T.A.C. (2008). Wie praktische Probleme aus ungerechtfertigter Theorieübertragung hervorgehen können: Eine Fallstudie des populationsökologischen Ansatzes in der Organisationstheorie. In: Scherer, A. & Patzer, M. (Eds.): Betriebswirtschaftslehre und Unternehmensethik, Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler, pp. 125-141.
Vortrag bei wissenschaftlicher Konferenz
  1. Riegler, M, Jarmai, K, Scholz, M (2021). Antecedents of Business Engagement in Inter-Organizational Collaborations for Sustainability. 37th EGOS Colloquium, Amsterdam (NL).
  2. Ortiz, D. & Ovcharova, N. (2021). Dynamic Capabilities for Sustainability - A Review and Research Agenda. Corporate Responsibility Research Conference 2021, Raanana (ISR).
  3. Scholz, M. (2021). Responsible Innovation Through Corporate Political Activity? The Case of Uber. Society for Business Ethics Annual Conference, Chicago (US).
  4. Riegler, M. (2021). Towards a Preliminary Model of Antecedents of Private Governance. 7. GSOM Emerging Markets Conference, St. Petersburg (RUS)
  5. Oritz, D. & Busch, A. (2021). Verantwortungsvolle Unternehmensführung in KMU. 14. Forschungsforum der österreichischen Fachhochschulen, Vienna (AT).
  6. Ortiz, D. & Engelmann, A. (2021). What Drives Formal CSR Instrument Adoption in SMEs?. Corporate Responsibility Research Conference 2021, Raanana (ISR).
  7. Scholz, M. (2020). Ethical Blindness: A Routine-Based Perspective and an Unlearning-Oriented Cure. 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver (CA).
  8. Scholz, M. (2020). Responsible Innovation or Political Deliberation as Camouflage? The Uber Case. 36th EGOS Colloquium, Hamburg (DE).
  9. Ortiz, D., Engelmann, A. (2020). Small and Medium-sized Enterprises’ Adoption of CSR Standards and Guidelines: An Exploration of Specific Drivers in Austrian Firms. 34th British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Warwick (UK).
  10. Scholz, M. (2020). Systematicity: The Nature of Scientific Management and Organizational Knowledge. 80th Annual Meeting of Academy of Management, Vancouver (CA).
  11. Busch, A. (2019). Beiräte als Chance für den österreichischen Mittelstand. Forschungsforum der österreichischen Fachhochschulen 2019
  12. Busch, A., Schulz, A.-C. & Scholz, M. (2019). Beiräte als Chance für Mittelunternehmen in Österreich. 23. Interdisziplinäre Jahreskonferenz zu Entrepreneurship, Innovation und Mittelstand (G-Forum), Vienna (AT).
  13. Scholz, M. (2019). Structuring Political CSR: Towards a Taxonomy and a Model. Society for Business Ethics Annual Conference, Chicago (US).
  14. Scholz, M. (2019). Systematicity and Organisation Studies: Demarcating Scientific Knowledge from other Kinds of Knowledge. 35th EGOS Colloquium, Edinburgh (UK).
  15. Jarmai, K., Flick, C., Jégou, F. & Wiman, A. (2018). Development of Responsible Innovation Capabilities in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises. . ISPIM Innovation Conference 2018 “Innovation, the name of the game”, Stockholm (SE).
  16. Ortiz, D. (2018). Educating Business Students Towards the Common Good: Applying the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a Teaching Tool for Intellectual and Practical Engagement. Conference “Building Institutions for the Common Good: The Purpose and Practice of Business in an Inclusive Economy”, Minneapolis (US).
  17. Scholz, M. (2018). From Analysis to Action in Business Ethics: Norm-Taking, Norm-Making and Giving Voice To Values. Academy of Management Teaching and Learning Conference, Chicago (US).
  18. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2018). Hitting the Glass Ceiling? Why Creating SV Cannot Restore the Legitimacy of Business?. SEE Conference 2018, Washington (US).
  19. Scholz, M. (2018). Human Rights as Hypernorms - ISCT* as a Managerial Norm-Taking Framework. 4th Annual Conference of the Global Business and Human Rights Scholars Association, New York (US).
  20. Scholz, M. (2018). Institutional Efforts to Fight Corruption. EBEN Research Conference, Vienna (AT).
  21. Busch, A., Schulz, A.-C. & Scholz, M. (2018). Motive und Gründe für die Einrichtung von Beiräten im Mittelstand. 22. Interdisziplinäre Jahreskonferenz zu Entrepreneurship, Innovation und Mittelstand (G-Forum), Stuttgart (DE).
  22. Scholz, M. (2018). Reasons for Collective Corporate Norm-Making: Why Companies Co-Create the Rules of the Game. Society for Business Ethics Annual Conference, Chicago (US).
  23. Jarmai, K. & Martinuzzi, A. (2018). Responsibility, Innovation and Networks: Linking Discourses and Concepts. 13th Wageningen International Conference on Chain and Network Management “Sustainability and Innovation in Chains and Network”, Ancona (IT).
  24. Scholz, M. (2018). Structuring Political CSR: Towards a Taxonomy and a Model. The 10th TransAtlantic Business Ethics Conference (TABEC), Washington (USA).
  25. Ortiz, D., Domnanovich, J. & Kronenberg, C. (2018). The Integration of Corporate Social Responsibility into Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Formality in Informality?. 34th EGOS Colloquium, Tallinn (EE).
  26. Scholz, M. (2018). The Limitations of the Business Case. Why Creating Shared Value Cannot Extinguish Destructive Business. 8th International Conference on Sustainability and Responsibility, Cologne (DE).
  27. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2017). Beyond Marginal Change: The Limitations of Corporate Social Strategies. 33rd EGOS Colloquium, Copenhagen (DK).
  28. Scholz, M. (2017). Corporate Political Action. FASPE Donor Meeting, Berlin (DE).
  29. Jarmai, K. & Auer, A. (2017). Entry Points for Responsible Research and Innovation – A Case Study of Small and Medium-Sized Austrian Medical Device Enterprises. EU-SPRI Annual Conference “The Future of STI – The Future of STI Policy”, Vienna (AT).
  30. Ortiz, D. & Domnanovich, J. (2017). Perceiving and Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility from an SME Perspective. 31st British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Warwick (UK).
  31. Ortiz, D. & Kronenberg, C. (2017). Strategische Integration von Corporate Responsibility in österreichischen KMU – Weiterentwicklung eines Erhebungsmodells. 11. Forschungsforum der österreichischen Fachhochschulen, Krems (AT).
  32. Scholz, M. & De los Reyes, G. (2017). The Radical Organizational Implications of the Legitimacy Argument for Marginal Social Strategies. 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta (US).
  33. Scholz, M. & Kump, B. (2016). After Episodes of Ethical Blindness. 32nd EGOS Colloquium, Naples (IT).
  34. Scholz, M. (2016). Business Ethics and Business Strategy in SMEs. The Annual Meeting of the Microeconomics of Competitiveness Network, Boston (US).
  35. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2016). Can Creating Shared Value Transform the Heart of the Global Corporation?. 36. Annual Meeting of the Strategic Management Society, Berlin (DE).
  36. Jarmai, K. (2016). Evaluating the European Added Value of the Seventh European Framework Programme – Methodological Challenges and First Results. 12th Biennial Conference of the European Evaluation Society, Maastricht (NL).
  37. Jarmai, K. (2016). Evaluating the European Added Value of the Seventh European Framework Programme – Methodological Challenges and First Results. 12th Biennial Conference of the European Evaluation Society, Maastricht (NL).
  38. Ortiz, D. & Huber-Heim, K. (2016). From Information to Empowerment: Teaching Sustainable Development Strategies by Enabling a Participatory Problem-Solving Process in the Classroom. 5th Colloquium on Christian Humanism in Business and Economics: Christian Humanism Challenged by Poverty, Inequality and Injustice, Berlin (DE).
  39. Ortiz, D. (2016). Integrating Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) into Strategy by Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises. 19th IESE International Symposium on Ethics, Business and Society, Barcelona (ES).
  40. Ortiz, D. & Domnanovich, J. (2016). Integrating CSR into Strategy by SMEs: A Systematic Literature Review. EMOC Conference on Business Ethics and Competitiveness in SMEs, Vienna (AT).
  41. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2016). The Enduring Promise of Justified Hypernorms. 11th Trans-Atlantic Business Ethics Conference, St. Gallen (CH).
  42. Scholz, M. (2016). Why Creating Shared Value is not Enough. The 5th Colloquium on Christian Humanism in Economics and Business – Christian Humanism Challenged by Poverty, Inequality and Injustice; Konrad-Adenauer Foundation, Berlin (DE).
  43. Scholz, M. (2015). Teaching Creating Shared Value. The Annual Meeting of the Microeconomics of Competitiveness Network, Boston (US).
  44. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2015). The How and When for Corporate Norm-Making. Society for Business Ethics Annual Conference, Vancouver (CA).
  45. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2015). What is Wrong with Armchair Ethics. Society for Business Ethics Annual Conference, Vancouver (CA).
  46. Scholz, M. (2014). Beyond Profit: Corporations as Corporate Citizens and the Duty to Speak Out Against Human Rights Violations. Israeli European Policy Network Conference, Herzliya Pituach (IL).
  47. Busch, A. (2014). Correlation Between Drug Prices, Rents and Votes in the German Healthcare Market. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Gesundheitsökonomie, Munich (DE).
  48. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2014). Creating Corporate Legitimacy and Shared Value. 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia (US).
  49. Scholz, M. & Gartner, S. (2014). Creating Shared Value – Participation and Goals Among the European MOC-Members. The Annual Meeting of the Microeconomics of Competitiveness Network, Boston (US).
  50. Busch, A. (2014). Drug Prices and Pressure Group Activities in the German Health Care Market: An Application of the Becker Model. Workshop zu Verteilungsfragen im Gesundheitswesen, Hamburg (DE).
  51. Busch, A. (2014). Drug Prices, Rents, and Votes in Health Care Markets: A Comparison of Austria and Germany. First ATHEA Conference, Vienna (AT).
  52. Jarmai, K. (2014). Generating Impact of Foresight on Policy-Making: The Importance of Client Commitment, Solid Policy Interface, and a "Good Question". ETEPS Research Meeting "Foresight as a tool for policy-making", Prague (CZ).
  53. Scholz, M., Smith, G. & de los Reyes, G. (2014). In Defense of ISCT: Norm-Making and the Pelican Gambit. Normative business ethics in a global economy: New directions in Donaldsonian Themes, Philadelphia (US).
  54. Busch, A. (2013). How Germany Pays For Health Care - An Application of Becker’s Model. Workshop „Competition between Conflict and Cooperation“, Freiburg (DE).
  55. Busch, A. (2013). How Germany Pays for Health Care - An Application of Becker’s Model. Doctoral Meeting of Montpellier, Montpellier (FR).
  56. Busch, A. (2013). The Level of Fee in the German Health Market as a Product of Political Pressure. 6th RGS Doctoral Conference in Economics, Bochum (DE).
  57. Scholz, M. & de los Reyes, G. (2013). The Limits of Creating Shared Value. Corporate Responsibility Research Conference, Graz (AT).
  58. Scholz, M. (2012). Beyond the Grip of the Sovereign: Deliberation, ‘We-Reasoning’ and the Legitimacy of Business Norms and Standards in a Globalized World. 5th International Society for Business, Economics and Ethics Conference, Warsaw (PL).
  59. Jarmai, K. (2012). Mutual Learning and Networking: Increasing the Innovation Potential through Foresight. ERSA, Bratislava (SK).
  60. Jarmai, K. (2012). Shaping Social Reality: Foresight as Catalyst for Institutional Change?. EU-SPRI Conference, Karlsruhe (DE).
  61. Jarmai, K. (2011). Foresight as Impulse for Change in Actor Behavior?. Yeditepe International Research Conference on Foresight and Futures, Istanbul (TR).
  62. Scholz, M. (2010). Why Business Ethics Is Not Enough. 6th International Conference Philosophy of Management, Oxford (UK).
  63. Scholz, M. (2009). What Is Philosophy of Management? And Who Cares?. 5th International Conference Philosophy of Management, Oxford (UK).
  64. Scholz, M. (2007). The Population Ecology Programme in Organizational Studies: Ethical Problems Caused by Unwarranted Theory Transfer. 4th International Conference Philosophy of Management, Oxford (UK).
  65. Scholz, M. (2006). Leer, Aprender, Enseñar – Casi Sin Utilize Libros. 15th Feria Internacional del Libro, Havana (CU).
Technical Reports/White Papers
  1. Busch, A., Riegler, M., Jarmai, K. & Scholz, M. (2021). Unternehmerische Verantwortung durch Kooperation. FHWien der WKW, Study for the Vienna Chamber of Commerce, Vienna.
  2. Busch, A., Ortiz, D., Löffler, C. & Scholz, M. (2020). Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement in österreichischen KMU. FHWien der WKW, Study for the Vienna Chamber of Commerce, Vienna.
  3. Busch, A., Schulz, A.-C. & Scholz, M. (2019). Beiräte im österreichischen Mittelstand. FHWien der WKW, Study for the Vienna Chamber of Commerce, Vienna.
  4. Busch, A., Schulz, A.-C. & Scholz, M. (2019). Kooperationen vor dem Hintergrund der digitalen Transformation. FHWien der WKW, Study for the Vienna Chamber of Commerce, Vienna.
  5. Geiblinger, E., Büchler, S., Scholz, M. & Riegler, M. (2018). Analysebericht: Vorstudie zu Drittmitteln an österreichischen Hochschulen. Transparency International – Austrian Chapter, September, Vienna., Link
  6. Scholz, M. & Gradel, T. (2018). Bildungswesen AG Academic Governance. Transparency International Annual Report, Vienna.
  7. Scholz, M., de los Reyes, G. & Smith, N.C. (2018). The Enduring Potential of Justified Hypernorms. INSEAD Working paper 2018/55/ATL., Link
  8. Nwafor, C., Jarmai, K., Stacherl, B. & Montevecchi, F. (2017). Benchmark Report & Policy Paper: Integration of the RRI Approach into Collaborative R&D&I and SME Participation in European Funded Collaborative Research in Healthcare, Nanotechnology and ICT. Responsible Innovation COMPASS, Evidence and Opportunities for Responsible Innovation in SMEs, Vienna., Link
  9. de los Reyes, G., Scholz, M. & Smith, G. (2016). Beyond the “Win-Win”: Creating Shared Value Requires Ethical Frameworks. INSEAD Working paper 2016/67/ATL/ISIC.
  10. Fischer, M., Riegler, M., Tuma, A. & Windecker, S. (2016). Comparing Organisers of Classical Music Concerts in Vienna. An Exploratory, Qualitative Analysis of Social Distinction, Strategies, Cultural Policy, and Dealing with Changes in the Audience. Schriftenreihe / Forschungsbereich Wirtschaft und Kultur, Nr. 19, Vienna.
  11. Scholz, M. & Kump, B. (2016). ONR 192500 Review. Report for the Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna.
  12. Busch, A. (2015). Drug Prices and Pressure Group Activities in the German Health Care Market : An Application of the Becker Model. University of Lüneburg Working paper Series in Economics, No. 338.
  13. Busch, A. (2015). Drug Prices, Rents, and Votes in the German Health Care Market : An Application of the Peltzman Model. University of Lüneburg Working paper Series in Economics, No. 339.
  14. Czuray, M. & Scholz, M. (2015). Manner Company Values. Report for Josef Manner & Comp. AG, Vienna.
  15. Ortiz, D. (2014). Fighting Extreme Poverty and Creating Inclusive Markets – Aligning Economic and Ethical Imperatives of the Private Business Sector. Research Report, November, MCE Research Centre, Rome.
  16. Scholz, M. (2013). Der Zusammenhang zwischen Corporate Social Performance und Corporate Financial Performance. Report for the Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna.
  17. Amanatidou, E., Giesecke, S., Jarmai, K., Loikkanen, T. & Warnke, P. (2012). Typology of RTDI Directed Towards Grand Societal Challenges. VERA – Forward Visions of the European Research Area, Karlsruhe., Link
  18. Martinuzzi, A., Indir-Bauer, P., Jarmai, K., Margula, S. & Endl, A. (2009). Evaluation des österreichischen Umweltzeichens für Produkte und Tourismusbetriebe. Forschungsinstitut für Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Vienna.
  19. Hametner, M. & Jarmai, K. (2009). Sustainable Consumption and Production. In: Eurostat (Eds.) Sustainable Development in the European Union - 2009 Monitoring Report of the EU Sustainable Development Strategy. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, pp. 118-139.
Beitrag in Branchenmedien
  1. Scholz, M. (2021). Es braucht Multi-Stakeholder-Dialoge!. Pharmig Info – Perspektiven für Gesundheit und Forschung, Ausgabe 1, p. 4., Link
  2. Busch, A.M., Löffler, C., Ortiz Avram, D., Scholz, M. (2021). Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement erfolgreich integrieren. KMU Magazin 04-05/2021, 2-4., Link
  3. Jarmai, K. (2021). Unternehmenskooperation mit Imapct. corporAID Magazin, Heft 90, p. 33., Link
  4. Scholz, M. (2020). Kooperation ist gut, Konkurrenz fast noch wichtiger. Investment Zukunft, Raiffeisen Capital Management., Link
  5. Scholz, M. & Schulz, A.-C. (2020). Mit Kooperation zum nachhaltigen Unternehmenserfolg. Der Standard Forschung (AT), p. 74.
  6. Schweiger, C., Ortiz, D. (2019). 4 Prinzipien für HR als Change Agent. HRweb, Heft 4.
  7. Busch, A., Schulz, A.-C. & Scholz, M. (2019). Beiräte als Chance für Klein- und Mittelunternehmen in Österreich. Aufsichtsrat aktuell, Ausgabe 1, pp. 20-22.
  8. Scholz, M. (2019). Ethisch währt am Längsten. perspektiven – Das Magazin des Bank Austria Premium Banking, Ausgabe 3., Link
  9. Scholz, M. (2019). Imagepflege oder Glaubensfrage. Börsianer Magazin, Edition Grün, Ausgabe 32, pp. 48-52., Link
  10. Ortiz, D. & Czuray, M. (2019). Nachbericht zur Abschlussveranstaltung des CR4SME Projekts. Forum Wirtschaftsethik., Link
  11. Busch, A., Schulz, A.-C. & Scholz, M. (2019). Ungenutzte Chancen für österreichische Mittelunternehmen durch geringe Präsenz von Beiräten. Aufsichtsrat aktuell, Ausgabe 4, pp. 26-30.
  12. Scholz, M. (2019). Unternehmen & Menschenrechte: Der Mord an dem Journalisten Jamal Khashoggi zeigt wenig Folgen. Assets – Das Wirtschaftsmagazin, Ausgabe 2, pp. 58-62.
  13. Smith, N.C. & Scholz, M. (2018). Big Investors Call for Company Attention to Social Purpose: What Next?. Blog INSEAD Knowledge, February., Link
  14. Scholz, M. & Riegler, M. (2018). Corporate Governance & Collective Action: No Risk, No Fun?. Blog Creating Corporate Cultures, Bertelsmann Stiftung, March., Link
  15. Scholz, M. & Ortiz, D. (2018). CSR und Wirtschaftsethik an Hochschulen. CSR Magazin, Ausgabe 01, pp. 26.
  16. Smith, N.C. & Scholz, M. (2018). Finding Good News for Business and Human Rights After Khashoggi. Blog INSEAD Knowledge, November., Link
  17. Ortiz, D., Czuray, M. & Zipperer, M. (2018). Gut zu Wissen III. Magazin Color, Heft 5, pp. 12-13.
  18. Ortiz, D., Czuray, M. & Zipperer, M. (2018). respACT #ThinkTank fördert Dialog zu Nachhaltigkeit zwischen Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft. APA OTS, November 26.
  19. Scholz, M. (2018). Verantwortung am Stundenplan. corporAID Magazin, Heft 74, pp. 30-31., Link
  20. Scholz, M. (2017). Collective Action in der pharmazeutischen Industrie - Theorie trifft Praxis. New Business – das Magazin für Unternehmer, Heft 7, pp. 44-45.
  21. Scholz, M. (2017). Das Streben nach unbefleckter Freiheit. Arbeit & Wirtschaft, Heft 7, pp. 6-11.
  22. Smith, N.C. & Scholz, M. (2017). Identifying Social Norms Makes for Better Business. Blog INSEAD Knowledge, June 12., Link
  23. Scholz, M. & Kump, B. (2016). Compliance-Management: Ethische Blindheit akzeptieren und überwinden. Compliance Praxis, Ausgabe 4, pp. 12., Link
  24. Scholz, M. (2016). Creating Shared Value Plus. corporAID Magazin, Ausgabe 64, p. 34.
  25. Scholz, M. (2016). CSR für alle. studio! Das Magazin für Management & Kommunikation, Heft 4, p. 25.
  26. Scholz, M. (2015). Positive Perspektiven. Werte, Das Kundenmagazin der Bankhaus Schelhammer & Schattera AG, Heft 3, pp. 10-11.
  27. Ortiz, D. (2015). Zur Rolle privater Akteure, insbesondere Unternehmen, bei Armutsbekämpfung und Schaffung eines inklusiven Wirtschaftssystems. Forum Wirtschaftsethik, Heft 1, pp. 10-13.
  28. Scholz, M. (2014). Creating Shared Value. CSR News, March 23.
  29. Scholz, M. (2014). CSR ist mehr als nur den Stephansdom anmalen. Prisma Aktuell, Heft 6, pp. 6-7.
  30. Scholz, M. (2014). Führen über Werte – der ehrbare Kaufmann. TRAiNiNG, Heft 8, pp. 48-49.
  31. Scholz, M. (2014). Lässt sich Ethik managen?. Business Arts, Vol. 4, pp. 14-15.
  32. Scholz, M. (2013). CSR in Österreich. CSR Magazine, Ratings, Rankings und Benchmarks für den Mittelstand, Vol. 9.
  33. Scholz, M. (2013). Wir wollen bessere Manager ausbilden. studio! Das Magazin für Management & Kommunikation, Heft 4.
  34. Hoppe, N. & Scholz, M. (2011). Compliance Management und Ethicovigilance – Hard und Soft Law im Bereich der biomedizinischen Forschung. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Klinische Forschung, Ausgabe 7, pp. 69-73.
  35. Scholz, M. (2011). Über die moralische Verantwortung von Unternehmen: Unternehmensethik zwischen Shareholder und Stakeholder Theory. Uni-Magazin Hannover, Ausgabe 3/4, pp. 28-32.
Beitrag in Massenmedien
  1. Scholz, M. (2021). Blockieren Patente die Pandemiebekämpfung?. science.ORF.at (AT), March 11, by Juliane Nagiller., Link
  2. Scholz, M. (2021). Dortmund statt Doha: Weshalb eine alternative Fussball-WM organisiert werden sollte. Neue Zürcher Zeitung (CH), May 07., Link
  3. Scholz, M. (2021). Ein paar klare Worte zum Thema: Menschenrechte. Die Wirtschaft (AT), March 10, by Stephan Strzyzowski., Link
  4. Scholz, M. (2021). Internationale Verteilung der Corona-Impfstoffe. ARTE Journal (DE), January 29, by Annika Will.
  5. Scholz, M. (2021). Warum die EU bei Biontechs Preiserhöhungen keine Wahl hat. Wirtschaftswoche (DE), September 13, by Jürgen Salz & Silke Wettach.
  6. Scholz, M, (2021). Warum die EU bei Biontechs Preiserhöhungen keine Wahl hat. WirtschaftsWoche (DE), September 13, by Jürgen Salz und Silke Wettach.
  7. Scholz, M. (2021). Wer macht den Stich?. Radio Österreich 1 (AT), June 01, by Juliane Nagiller and Lukas Wieselberg., Link
  8. Busch, A. (2020). Attraktive Arbeitgeber mit neuen Technologien. DiePresse (AT), July 26, by Martina Nothnagel.
  9. Scholz, M. (2020). Forschen an der unternehmerischen Verantwortung. Der Standard (AT), June 8, by Raimund Lang., Link
  10. Scholz, M., & Schulz, A.-C. (2020). Forschungsinstitut für Nachhaltiges Management gegründet. Businessart (AT), May 28., Link
  11. Scholz, M. (2020). Geheimhaltung bringt keinen funktionierenden Markt hervor. Profil (AT), October 23, by Joseph Gepp.
  12. Scholz, M. (2020). Gemeinsam sind wir stark – Initiativen besser umsetzen. DiePresse (AT), October 24, by Clemens Fabry.
  13. Scholz, M. (2020). In Österreich fehlt die Logistik für Impfstoffe. Salzburger Nachrichten (AT), November 18, by Ursula Kastler., Link
  14. Scholz, M. (2020). Industrie braucht "Pooling" aller Kräfte. science.orf.at (AT), April 02., Link
  15. Riegler, M. (2020). Kollektive Normen setzen: Der unternehmerische Anreiz zur Selbstregulation. Der Standard (AT), August 31, by Markus Plank., Link
  16. Busch, A. (2020). Management-Strategien: Wie innovativ ist das Gesundheitssystem?. Der Standard (AT), September 22, by Raimund Lang., Link
  17. Scholz, M. (2020). Nachhaltig managen – Österreichs Forschung erhält Rückenwind. Windkraft-Journal, Windenergie und Erneuerbaren Energien Nachrichten (AT), May 27, by Hermann Betken. , Link
  18. Scholz, M. (2020). Nachhaltigkeitsforschung – auf hohem Niveau und praxistauglich. CSR NEWS (AT), June 01., Link
  19. Scholz, M. & Schulz, A.-C. (2020). Sind Boni für Führungskräfte in Corona-Zeiten unanständig?. Salzburger Nachrichten (AT), August 19, by Helmut Kretzl & Regina Reitsamer., Link
  20. Scholz, M. (2020). Vorreiter für ein besseres Business. Der Kurier (AT), November 27.
  21. Scholz, M. (2020). Warum Firmen sich verpartnern. Der Standard (AT), October 28, by Raimund Lang., Link
  22. Scholz, M. (2020). Wer bekommt den Coronaimpfstoff zuerst und um welchen Preis?. Salzburger Nachrichten (AT), July 24, by Helmut Kretzl., Link
  23. Scholz, M. (2020). Wer spielt fair, wer hält Maß, wer sahnt ab?. WirtschaftsWoche (DE), December 08, by Jürgen Salz., Link
  24. Scholz, M. (2020). Wien: Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainable Strategy öffnet die Tore. Glocalist – Tages-Online-Zeitung für Innovation (DE), May 27, by Naftali Neugebauer., Link
  25. Scholz, M. (2020). Wird die Lösung zum Problem?. Die Presse am Sonntag (AT), November 1, by Jakob Zirm.
  26. Scholz, M. (2020). Wirtschaftsethiker: Verteilung und Preis von COVID-19-Impfstoffen könnte globale und soziale Ungleichheit verfestigen. LEADERSNET (AT), November 08., Link
  27. Scholz, M. (2020). Ökonom: "Nachhaltigkeit wird in Österreich stiefmütterlich behandelt". Tech & Nature (AT), June 17, by Sara Grasel., Link
  28. Scholz, M. (2019). Die Suche nach dem Geschäftsmodell für Nachhaltigkeit. APA-Science (AT), March 28, by Stefan Thaler., Link
  29. Scholz, M. (2019). Fahnen hoch für eine Ethik der Konzerne. Der Standard (AT), April 23, by Raimund Lang., Link
  30. Busch, A. & Scholz, M. (2019). Guter Rat durch Beiräte ist selten. Der Standard (AT), February 26., Link
  31. Scholz, M. (2019). Keine Transparenz bei Drittmitteln an Unis. Ö1 Radio (AT), January 17, by Elke Ziegler., Link
  32. Scholz, M. & Riegler, M. (2019). Transparenzstudie zu Drittmitteln gescheitert. science.orf.at (AT), January 17, by Elke Ziegler., Link
  33. Scholz, M. & Riegler, M. (2019). Transparenzstudie zu Drittmitteln gescheitert. Der Standard (AT), January 17 by Der Standard Redaktion., Link
  34. Scholz, M. (2018). Ethik, nur fürs Papier. Salzburger Nachrichten (AT), January 31, by Helmut Kretzl.
  35. Scholz, M. (2018). Warum Khashoggis Tod die Konzerne verändert. Der Spiegel (DE), October 23., Link
  36. Scholz, M. (2017). Wenn Unternehmen blind für Veränderung sind. Der Standard, Forschung Spezial (AT), January 11, by Norbert Regitnig-Tillian.
  37. Scholz, M. (2017). Wie man den moralischen Muskel trainiert. Der Standard, Forschung Spezial (AT), December 2., Link
  38. Scholz, M. (2017). Zu viel Politik im Spiel?. Die Presse (AT), June 24.
  39. Scholz, M. (2016). Drittmittel: Keine Forschung ohne Fremdgeld. Der Standard (AT), November 15, by Marie-Theres Egyed & Katharina Mittelstaedt., Link
  40. Scholz, M. (2016). Wer zahlt, schafft an: Ethik im Spendenwesen an den Universitäten. Wiener Zeitung (AT), November 9, by Eva Stanzl. , Link
  41. Scholz, M. (2016). Wir bezahlen, Sie forschen?. science.ORF.at (AT), November 14, by Elke Ziegler., Link
  42. Scholz, M. (2015). Committee on Development – Meeting. European Parliament News (BE), March 04., Link
  43. Scholz, M. (2014). Ein Vorhang fällt, einer geht auf. Wirtschaftsblatt (AT), July 02.
  44. Scholz, M. (2014). Management und Moral: SWONT-Analyse. wissens.blitz (127) (DE), January 07., Link
  45. Scholz, M. (2014). Unternehmen in Konfliktregionen: Die neue Moral der Konzerne. Der Standard, Forschung Spezial (AT), May 23, by Alois Pumhösel.
  46. Scholz, M. (2013). Benimmregeln für Kapitalisten. Der Standard (AT), October 30, by Johannes Lau.
  47. Scholz, M. (2013). Die Vermessung der Ethik. Der Standard (AT), April 02, by Lukas Sustala., Link
  48. Scholz, M. (2012). Der Zukunft verpflichtet. Österreichische Immobilien Zeitung (AT), May 01.
  49. Scholz, M. (2010). Schöne, neue Arbeitswelt. NDR-Info / Radio Leineherz (DE), May 01.
  50. Scholz, M. (2009). Das Ende der Sorglosigkeit – Wie studiert man Wirtschaftswissenschaften in der Krise?. Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung (DE), March 30., Link
Podium bei Praxisveranstaltung
  1. Jarmai, K. (2021). Business Cooperation as Innovation Enabler. SDG Business Forum 2021, March 9.
  2. Scholz, M. (2020). Leadership in Krisenzeiten. ZP Europe Virtual 2020 in cooperation with Global Peter Drucker Forum, October 12-16.
  3. Scholz, M. (2020). Wie nachhaltig ist die Pharmaindustrie?. Raiffeisen Bank International AG, April 21.
  4. Scholz, M. (2018). Spannungsverhältnis Nachhaltigkeit & Public Affairs. respACT Pro CSR-ExpertInnen Talk, Haus der Industrie, June 12.
  5. Scholz, M. (2018). Unternehmen und Hochschulen als Schlüsselpartner für die Erreichung der SDGs. FHWien der WKW, April 12.
  6. Scholz, M. (2017). 1. Casinos Austria CSR Talk: CSR 2.0 – Gesellschaftliche Verantwortung auf dem Prüfstand. with Karin Bergmann (Director, Burgtheater), Erich Fenninger (Executive Director, Volkshilfe), Wolfram Tertschnig (Head of Department for Environmental Aid Policy and Sustainability, BMLFUW), Prof. Dietmar Hoscher (Chairman, Casinos Austria AG), March 1.
  7. Scholz, M. (2017). Wertekodex im Familienunternehmen am Beispiel der Kultmarke Manner. with Albin Hahn (Board, Josef Manner & Comp AG), Barbara Andersen (President, Alphazirkel Austria), Andreas E. Mach (CEO, R. Wöhrl Holding GmbH), The Alpha Forum Vienna, Bank Gutmann AG, September 13.
  8. Scholz, M. (2016). Ethics and Transparency in Higher Education Fundraising. Science Fundraising Symposium hosted by Fundraising Verband Austria and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy, with Katja Bär (University of Mannheim), Markus W. Schaad (CEO of the UZH Foundation, University of Zürich) and Eva Stanzl (science editor, Wiener Zeitung), November 7.
  9. Scholz, M. (2015). Commercial Academia? Higher Education Institutions Between Responsibility and Transparency. Alpbach Higher Education Symposium, with Franz Fischler (President of the European Forum Alpbach), Helmut Holzinger (President of the Association of Universities of Applied Sciences in Austria), Rainer Nowak (Editor-in-Chief, Die Presse, Vienna), Eva Geiblinger (Chair, Board of Directors, Transparency International – Austrian Chapter, Vienna), Anna Lehmann (Editorial Journalist, taz Verlag, Berlin, Germany) and Roland Spitzlinger (Member of the Parliamentary Investigation Committee on the Causa Hypo Alpe Adria; Founder and Manager of the Institute of Applied Corruption), August 27.
  10. Scholz, M. (2014). Presentation of the Green Paper: Best in Glass. (with Univ. Doz. Dr. Beate Littig, Institute for Advanced Studies Vienna HIS & Prof. Dr. Michael Braungart, International Environmental Research Institute EPEA), Landtmanns Bel Etage, April 8.
Vortrag bei Praxisveranstaltung
  1. Scholz, M. (2021). Beyond Legal Requirements – Komplizenschaft durch indirekte Menschenrechtsverletzungen?. Global Compact Network Austria, Vienna (AT), May 7.
  2. Scholz, M. (2021). Ethical Principles for the Rollout of the Covid Vaccine. Nottingham Business School, Nottingham (UK), February 23.
  3. Scholz, M. (2021). Innovation in Zeiten der Pandemie – Innovative Produktion & Fertigung in herausfordernden Zeiten. Wirtschaftsagentur Wien, Vienna (AT), February 23.
  4. Scholz, M. (2020). Access, Affordability and Allocation: What is the individual responsibility of pharmaceutical companies in Austria: Access, Affordability & Allocation. PHARMIG, Vienna (AT), December 17., Link
  5. Busch, A., Eschenbach, S. (2020). Is Your Company Ready for a Digital Future. TAB Quartalsworkshop, virtual, July 15.
  6. Scholz, M. (2020). The Win Win (Business) Case for Social Responsibility during COVID-19 Crisis. MCiT Forum 2020, virtual, June 10.
  7. Scholz, M. (2019). The Dark Side of Purpose. University St. Gallen, Institute of Marketing, Research Program: Best Practice in Marketing, St. Gallen (CH), October 8-9.
  8. Scholz, M. (2019). Unternehmen als politische Akteure – Was ist die Verantwortung von Unternehmen für die Demokratie?. Klub Demokratie, Vienna (AT), March 12.
  9. Busch, A. (2019). Wettbewerbsfähigkeit von Städten. IUFE-Veranstaltung, Vienna (AT), May 14.
  10. Scholz, M. (2018). Antikorruptionsmethoden im Hochschulsektor. Workshop in collaboration with Transparency International – Austrian Chapter, Vienna (AT), October 30.
  11. Scholz, M. (2018). Bedeutung von CSR als Leitprinzip in sozialwirtschaftlichen Organisationen. CSR-Forum, Hochschule Fulda, Fulda (DE), May 29.
  12. Scholz, M. (2018). Making a Difference in Business and Society: Strategic Philanthropy and Creating Shared Value. Families of Impact, Bank Gutmann AG, Vienna (AT), November 9.
  13. Ortiz, D. & Kronenberg, C. (2018). Management der sozialen Verantwortung in KMU. Keynote bei Business Frühstück der UBIT-Gruppe „csr experts“, Wirtschaftskammer Wien, Vienna (AT), May 30.
  14. Scholz, M. (2018). The Why and When of Corporate Norm-Making. Committee meeting of Economics and Ethics, Münster (DE), February 23.
  15. Scholz, M. (2018). Versagen des Souveräns und warum brauchen wir Collective Action?. Jour fix im Justizpalast, Vienna (AT), September 13.
  16. Scholz, M. (2017). Beyond Legal Compliance and the Challenge of Leading by Example. Business breakfast event on “Ethik und Transparenz im Gesundheitswesen: Quo vadis?” by GlaxoSmithKline and The British Embassy, Vienna (AT), October 18.
  17. Scholz, M. (2017). Beyond the “Win-Win”. Creating Shared Value – An Incomplete Management Framework. Verein für Socialpolitik (VfS) meeting, Graz (AT), February 16-19.
  18. Scholz, M. (2017). Beyond the “Win-Win”: A Case for Norm-Making Frameworks. Universität Halle, Halle (DE), October 25.
  19. Scholz, M. (2017). Drittmittelfinanzierung an österreichischen Hochschulen. Transparency International Austrian Chapter and Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy, Vienna (AT), September 26.
  20. Scholz, M. (2017). Global Responsibility: Business Ethics and the Global Dimension of Entrepreneurial Responsibility. corporAID Seminar on Global Responsibility, Vienna (AT), June 13.
  21. Scholz, M. (2017). Strategic CSR Beyond the Win-Win Case. Research Workshop, MODUL University, Vienna (AT), October 18.
  22. Scholz, M. (2017). Why Creating Shared Value is Not Enough. Research Seminar for Faculty- and PhD-Students, School of Economics and Business / Universidad de Navarra, Navarra (ES), November 9.
  23. Scholz, M. (2016). Beyond Compliance Management: Ethical Blindness. GlaxoSmithKline, Vienna (AT), December 1.
  24. Scholz, M. (2016). Business Ethics and the Pharmaceutical Industry. Austrian Chamber of Commerce, Berlin (DE), April 25.
  25. Scholz, M. (2016). Ethical Blindness: The Volkswagen Case. Technische Universität München, München (DE), May 16.
  26. Scholz, M. (2016). How to Serve the Customer and Still Be Truthful. University of Bielefeld, Bielefeld (DE), June 16.
  27. Scholz, M. (2016). Management as Science: Limitations of Systematicity. University of Bielefeld, Bielefeld (DE), January 26.
  28. Scholz, M. (2015). Aims and Limitations of Strategic Business Ethics. HSBA, Hamburg (DE), November 2.
  29. Scholz, M. (2015). Business and Complicity to Human Rights Violations. The Federation of Austrian Industries, Vienna (AT), April 14.
  30. Scholz, M. (2015). Business Ethics and CSR in Austria. Executive Education Program of the University of St. Gallen, Salzburg (AT), Vienna (AT), February 9.
  31. Scholz, M. (2015). Corporations as Political Actors. The Federation of Austrian Industries, Vienna (AT), November 5.
  32. Scholz, M. (2015). Creating Shared Value and the Millennium Development Goals. Tomas Bata University, Zlin (CZ), March 3.
  33. Scholz, M. (2015). Creating Shared Value: How the Private Sector Can Contribute to Development. Workshop "The Role of the Private Sector in Fostering Sustainable Development", Committee on Development (DEVE) and Policy Department of DG Expo, European Parliament, Brussels (BE), March 5.
  34. Scholz, M. (2015). How the Corporate Social Performance Can Influence Its Corporate Financial Performance. The British Embassy, Vienna (AT), June 9.
  35. Scholz, M. (2015). Why Creating Shared Value Framework Cannot Restore Business Legitimacy. The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (US), April 17.
  36. Scholz, M. (2014). Beyond Profit: Corporations as Corporate Citizens and the Duty to Speak Out Against Human Rights Violations. Israeli European Policy Network Conference, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Berlin (DE), April 10.
  37. Scholz, M. (2014). Corporations as Citizens: Do Corporations have a Duty to speak out against Russia´s Behavior in the Context of the Ukrainian Conflict?. Technische Universität München, München (DE), May 19.
  38. Scholz, M. (2014). Der ehrbare Kaufmann – Ein Leitbild für das 21. Jahrhundert. Prisma Kreditversicherung, 25-years ceremony, Vienna (AT), July 2.
  39. Scholz, M. (2014). How to Serve the Customer and Still Be Truthful: Methodological Characteristics of Applied Research in Management. University Bielefeld, Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies of Science, Bielefeld (DE), June 17.
  40. Scholz, M. (2014). Unternehmen und Komplizenschaft bei Menschenrechtsverletzungen. Rotary Club Amstetten, Amstetten (AT), May 20.
  41. Scholz, M. (2013). Business Ethics als Strategie: Was ist eigentlich Shared Value?. FHWien der WKW, University of Applied Sciences for Management and Communication, Vienna (AT), June 13.
  42. Scholz, M. (2013). Business Organizations and the Struggle for Survival. The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (US), March 11.
  43. Scholz, M. (2013). Darwinism in Economics . Shanghai University, Shanghai (CN), September 22.
  44. Scholz, M. (2013). Die Unternehmensethik als Instrument und was die Übernahme gesellschaftlicher und ökologischer Verantwortung noch bedeuten könnte. FHWien der WKW, University of Applied Sciences for Management and Communication, Vienna (AT), November 11.
  45. Scholz, M. (2013). The Purpose of Business Schools. University St. Gallen, St. Gallen (CH), December 6.
  46. Scholz, M. (2013). Third-Party Funding in Academia: Relevant and Rigor Research at Business Schools. The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (US), April 7.
  47. Scholz, M. (2012). Aktuelle Trends in Corporate Governance & Business Ethics. Deloitte Audit Days, Vienna (AT), September 15.
  48. Scholz, M. (2012). Organizational Ecology: No Evolution after All. Tilburg University, Tilburg (NL), January 16.
  49. Scholz, M. (2012). Searching for Darwinism in the Generalized Darwinism of Evolutionary Economics. Max-Planck-Institute, Jena (DE), May 9.
  50. Scholz, M. (2011). The Social Responsibility of International Business Organizations. Leibniz University, Hannover (DE), January 8.
  51. Scholz, M. (2011). Wissenschaftstheorie und Organisationstheorie. University of Zurich, Institute of Organization and Administrative Science, Zurich (CH), November 21.
  52. Scholz, M. (2010). A Practitioner’s Perspective on Academic Publishing. Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich (DE), May 11.
  53. Scholz, M. (2010). Wissenschaften und Wirtschaftswissenschaften. Leibniz University, Hannover (DE), November 30.
  54. Scholz, M. (2009). Dangerous Liaisons: Darwinism in Economics. Muğla Üniversitesi, Muğla (TR), September 26.
  55. Scholz, M. (2009). Gutes Wirtschaften: Kommentar zum Vortrag von Prof. Dr. Raymond Geuss (Cambridge University). European Business School, Schloss Reichartshausen, Oestrich-Winkel (DE), October 27.
  56. Scholz, M. (2008). Evolutionary Theory and Business Organizations: Deficits of the Organizational Ecology Programme. London School of Economics and Political Science, London (UK), May 15.
  57. Scholz, M. (2007). The Population Ecology Programme in Organizational Studies: Ethical Problems Caused by Unwarranted Theory Transfer. Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Munich (DE), March 03.