Economic aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic for higher education institutions

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Co-organised by Lingnan University School of Graduate Studies, Institute of Policy Studies, and Asia Pacific Higher Education Research Partnership

Event Title

Global Higher Education Webinar Series : COVID-19 and Global Higher Education

Document Type

Public Seminar




17:00 - 18:30


Like faculty across the globe, Iris Lorscheid, Professor for Digital Business and Data Science at Germany’s University of Europe for Applied Science (UE Germany), has had to cope with the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the last of Lingnan University’s series of Global Higher Education webinars, Prof Lorscheid examined the economic ramifications for higher education institutions of this disruption.





Additional Information

Prof. Dr. Iris Lorscheid is Vice-Rector Research and head of the Digital Business and Data Science Program at the University of Applied Sciences Europe in Hamburg, Germany. She holds diploma degrees in computer science and administrative science, as well as a doctorate in computer science from Hamburg University of Technology. Prof. Lorscheid is elected member of the management board of the European Social Simulation Association. She is also editorial board member of the Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation and reviewer in various established international scientific journals. As an expert in the field of agent-based simulation, Prof. Iris Lorscheid is researching how the analysis of complex adaptive systems and theory building can be successful.

Recommended Citation

Lorscheid, I. (2020, December). Economic aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic for higher education institutions [Video podcast]. Presented at Global Higher Education Webinar Series: COVID-19 and Global Higher Education. Retrieved from https://commons.ln.edu.hk/videos/851/