Work at ZHAW
Position at the ZHAW
School of Management and Law
(AACSB faculty qualification status: SAQ)
o International Business & Trade
o Global Marketing & Branding
o Strategy & Innovation Management
o Entrepreneurship & Funding
Professional development teaching
Education and Continuing education
Expertise and research interests
o Start-up Accelerator Switzerland-Asia (AETP: Leading House Asia, ETH Zurich)
o Swiss International Business Boot Camp (SIBBC: Swiss SMEs in Southeast Asia)
o Supervision of ZHAW Student Research Projects with International Business
o Joint University-Industry Projects in Southeast Asia and China
o Working on dissertation toward a PhD in macro-economics; research focus "Inclusive Growth, Climate Change and Integrated Fiscal Policy"
o Presentation at the International Conference on Business, Economics, Management, and Sustainability (BEMAS) in June 2021 organised through James Cook University, Australia.
o Joint research projects in field of digital strategy with focus on "Digital Push Inducing Corporate Agility"
o Awarded Innosuisse grant for interdisciplinary innovation project towards 2050 Net-Zero carbon neutrality in collaboration with a Swiss energy company developing a concept for a green crypto-currency for emission neutrality in voluntary carbon offsetting (VCO) markets.
Private Sector Activities
o Pro-bono Coaching of Start-ups and Mentoring of Entrepreneurs and Young Leaders
o Mobile Telecommunications (Start-up)
o Accenture Asia-Pacific (Business Consulting Asia)
o Consumer Online Research (Asia)
o Coaching & Mentoring (Business, Entrepreneurship, Start-ups)
o MBA Global Marketing (MO, USA)
o MA Corporate Finance (FL, USA)
o BA Economics (CA, USA)
o Post degree: Social Media & Digital Marketing (UTS, Australia)
o Professional: Coaching & Mentoring, Entrepreneurship, Digital Transformation & Change Management
Membership of networks
- o Research Gate
- o Centre for International Trade and Business in Asia (CITBA) at James Cook University-Australia
- o Swiss Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai
- o Swiss Australian Chamber of Commerce
- o Compay Directors, Sydney
- o ePortfolio (ATS2020)
- o Training & Coaching (AETP)
- o StartupTicher (AETP)
- o Innovation and internships (ETH Zurich - AETP)
- Innosuisse Social Sciences, Switzerland
- Tokenized Voluntary Carbon Offsetting Mechanism for Accelerated Adoption / Project leader / Project ongoing
Weber, Max; Chaiechi, Taha; Beg, Rabiul,
Bulletin of Applied Economics.
9(2), pp. 189-221.
Available from: https://doi.org/10.47260/bae/9212
Weber, Max; Chaiechi, Taha,
Chaiechi, Taha; Wood, Jacob, eds.,
Community Empowerment, Sustainable Cities, and Transformative Economies.
International Conference on Business, Economics, Management, and Sustainability (BEMAS), online, 2-3 July 2021.
Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-5260-8_32
Weber, Max; Chaiechi, Taha; Beg, Rabiul,
International Conference on Business, Economics, Management, and Sustainability (BEMAS), Townsville, Australia,1-3 July 2022.
Outlook 2020 : the Future of Asia in the Global Economy, St. Gallen, 25 April 2017.
Publications before appointment at the ZHAW
Weber, M., Chaiechi, T., & Beg, R. (2022). Inclusive Growth and Climate Change Mitigation Programs and Policies in the ASEAN: Fiscal Implications. Bulletin of Applied Economics, 9(2), 189-221.
Weber, M., & Chaiechi, T. (2022). Fiscal Implications–Inclusive Growth and Climate Change Resilience: A Scoping Study of Existing Policy in Selected ASEAN Countries. Community Empowerment, Sustainable Cities, and Transformative Economies, conference proceedings published with Springer p587-604.Accessed: link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-16-5260-8
Keywords: digital content development and delivery, international business models, digital platforms and online marketing, international finance, innovation management, digital transformation, value-driven business models, value streams, value nets and digital ecosystems, digital agility, resilience, scalability, digital enablement, public-private collaborations, sustainable fiscal policy, fiscal externalities, climate change mitigation, inequality, sustainable growth
ePortfolio: Mahara.org (ATS2020)