WHU

Fakultät & Forschung

Hochqualitative und wegweisende Forschung im Fachgebiet der Wirtschaftswissenschaften ist eine der Hauptsäulen des Exzellenz-Anspruchs der WHU.
Es ist für die Hochschule von besonderer Bedeutung, renommierten Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern ein möglichst fruchtbares Umfeld sowie attraktive Bedingungen für eine unabhängige Forschungsarbeit zu bieten und sie nach Kräften zu unterstützen.

Alle Fakultätsmitglieder der WHU sind hochqualifizierte Akademiker, die ein breites Fachwissen aufweisen und sich intensiv mit zukunftsorientierter Forschung beschäftigen. Sie unterrichten im Rahmen unterschiedlicher Studiengänge und lassen die aktuellsten Erkenntnisse aus der Forschung auch in die jeweiligen Lehrinhalte mit einfließen. Die WHU nimmt dabei eine Vorreiterrolle im Bereich Managementbildung ein – Das Fakultätsteam bringt innovative Forschungsergebnisse hervor, die den Studierenden durch eine praxisorientierte Herangehensweise mit konkreten Fallbeispielen vermittelt werden können.

Die WHU ist darüber hinaus als einzige private Hochschule in Deutschland Mitglied der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) – ein weiterer Beleg für die wissenschaftlich geprägte Ausrichtung der WHU. Unser weltweites Netzwerk, zu denen zahlreiche renommierte Unternehmen zählen, ermöglicht es zudem, durch eine enge Zusammenarbeit und den Ausbau von Beziehungen stets dem Anspruch auf Exzellenz gerecht zu werden.

Der Schwerpunkt unserer Fakultätsmitglieder liegt auf Forschung und akademischer Exzellenz

An der WHU widmen sich derzeit 41 Professor:innen der Forschung auf höchstem wissenschaftlichen Niveau. Alle Fakultätsmitglieder sind hierbei international anerkannte Expert:innen in ihrem jeweiligen Forschungsgebiet und tragen durch Kollaborationen im Rahmen zukunftsweisender Forschungsprojekte zu neuen wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnissen bei:

Promovierte junge Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler bekommen die Möglichkeit, wertvolle Lehrerfahrungen zu sammeln, ihre eigene Forschung zu betreiben und sich damit unter anderem für die zukünftige Übernahme einer Professur zu qualifizieren. Die Juniorprofessorinnen und Juniorprofessoren sind bis zu sechs Jahre an der Hochschule tätig und werden Teil des renommierten WHU-Netzwerkes:

Adjunct Professors sind in Forschung und Lehre ausgezeichnete Expertinnen und Experten, die hauptberuflich an einer anderen Hochschule angestellt sind. In ihrer Tätigkeit als Adjunct Professors an der WHU unterrichten sie in der Regel in den Programmen der WHU und widmen sich bestimmten Forschungsarbeiten – oftmals in Zusammenarbeit mit anderen Fakultätsmitgliedern der WHU:

Wissenschaftlich qualifizierte Personen können zur außerplanmäßigen Professorin oder zum außerplanmäßigen Professor an der WHU ernannt werden, wenn sie regelmäßig an der WHU unterrichten. Dies ist möglich für ehemalige Juniorprofessorinnen und Juniorprofessoren nach positiver Evaluation, für Habilitierte oder Personen, die anderweitig die Einstellungsvoraussetzungen für eine Professur erfüllen. Durch unterschiedliche Hintergründe tragen die außerplanmäßigen Professorinnen und Professoren zur Vielfalt der Fakultätsprofile bei, wobei exzellente Leistungen in Forschung und Lehre sowie ein deutlicher Beitrag zur Weiterentwicklung der Hochschule vorausgesetzt werden:

Mit dem Titel der Honorarprofessorin bzw. des Honorarprofessors ehrt die WHU Personen, die sich aufgrund ausgezeichneter wissenschaftlicher Leistungen im Rahmen ihrer beruflichen Tätigkeit oder in einem wissenschaftlichen Bereich verdient gemacht haben und dadurch zu bedeutenden Persönlichkeiten sowohl für den akademischen Bereich als auch für die Unternehmenswelt geworden sind. Ausgezeichnet werden nur solche Personen, die sich langfristig dem zukünftigen Erfolg der Hochschule verschrieben haben und so für anhaltende Exzellenz sorgen. Mit ihrer vielfältigen Expertise tragen sie zur hohen Qualität des Lehrangebots an der WHU bei.

In den 30 Jahren seit Gründung der Hochschule wurde diese Ehre bisher nur 17 Personen zuteil:

Hon.-Prof. Dr. rer. pol. em. Klaus Rose

Der Status "WHU Senior Fellow" wird all jenen herausragenden Persönlichkeiten aus Wirtschaft, Politik und Gesellschaft zuteil, die außergewöhnliche Verdienste für die Hochschule geleistet haben:

Peter Görlich
Matthias Hartmann
Jan-Caspar Hoffmann
Dr. Marco Vietor
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Jaakko Honko (†)
Prof. Dr. h.c. mult. Donald Jacobs (†)
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Peter Mertens
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Dieter Ordelheide (†)
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Paul Riebel (†)
Dr. h.c. Nikolaus Schweickart
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Pierre Tabatoni (†)
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Carl Zimmerer (†)
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Erich Greipl (†)
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Otto Beisheim (†)
Dr. h.c. Albrecht Deyhle
Prof. Dr. h.c. Klaus-Michael Kühne
Dr. h.c. Hans-Joachim Spittler (†)
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Reinhard H. Schmidt
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Klaus Brockhoff
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Karl-Friedrich Meyer

In den letzten 5 Jahren haben die Mitglieder der WHU-Fakultät zahlreiche Preise und Auszeichnungen erhalten:

39 Best Paper Awards
13 Best Reviewer Awards
153 Weitere Awards

Unsere Forschungsgrundsätze der WHU

Ihre Kompetenz, erstklassige Forschungsarbeit erfolgreich durchzuführen, hat die WHU durch die strikte Einhaltung ihrer drei Forschungsgrundsätze erlangt: Qualität, Internationalität und Anwendungsbezug für Lehre und Praxis. Die Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler der WHU erkennen an, dass herausragende und konkrete Ergebnisse in der Forschung nur zu erzielen sind, wenn diese drei Grundsätze in gleichem Maße verfolgt werden.

"Qualität statt Quantität" ist das Leitbild der WHU-Fakultät. Dies wird durch die herausragenden Forschungsergebnisse verdeutlicht, die in einigen der führenden internationalen Fachmagazine veröffentlicht werden.

Wegweisende Spitzenforschung zu betreiben ist von überragender Bedeutung für die WHU. Die Mitglieder der WHU-Fakultät stehen in ständigem Austausch mit der wissenschaftlichen Forschungsgemeinschaft und besuchen regelmäßig internationale Konferenzen. Darüber hinaus nehmen sie häufig Einladungen international angesehener Universitäten an und besuchen deren Forschungskolloquien.

Die Sicherung von Forschungsqualität und guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis sind der WHU ein besonderes Anliegen. Zudem ist die WHU als Mitglied der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) der Einhaltung von Grundsätzen guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis verpflichtet. Diese wird durch die Kommission zur Sicherung guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis überwacht. Die ständigen Mitglieder dieser Kommission sind aktuell Prof. Dr. Karl-Friedrich Meyer (Vorsitzender), Prof Dr. Tillmann Wagner, Prof. Dr. Burcin B. Yurtoglu und Doktorandin Margaret Koli.

Der Ombudsmann Prof. Dr. Utz Schäffer sowie seine Stellvertreterin Prof. Dr. Mei Wang steht allen Mitgliedern der WHU zur Beratung und Unterstützung in Fragen guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis und ihrer Verletzung durch wissenschaftliche Unredlichkeit zur Verfügung. Er berät als Vertrauensperson diejenigen, die ihn über ein vermutetes wissenschaftliches Fehlverhalten informieren und greift auch von sich aus einschlägige Hinweise auf, von denen er Kenntnis erhält.

Die Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler an der WHU sind sich bewusst, dass herausragende Forschungsarbeit und Forschungsergebnisse nur in einem internationalen Forschungsumfeld erzielt werden können. Aufgrund dieser globalen Ausrichtung unterhält die WHU enge Beziehungen zu international anerkannten Hochschulen und Forschungseinrichtungen, unter anderem zur Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University in Evanston Illinois, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill und China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai.

Forschung im Bereich der Betriebswirtschaft sollte nicht nur den theoretischen Kenntnisstand in diesem Bereich ausbauen, sondern auch besonderen Wert für die betriebswirtschaftliche Praxis haben. Die Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler der WHU stehen in enger Zusammenarbeit mit Unternehmen. Sie untersuchen praktische Problemstellungen aus theoretischer Sicht und schaffen damit eine Schnittstelle zwischen Wissenschaft und Unternehmenswelt. Dies spiegelt sich vor allem in den Forschungszentren der WHU wider, die zum Teil von führenden Unternehmen gefördert werden. Die Ergebnisse der Forschungsarbeit werden unmittelbar in die Programme integriert, die die Hochschule für ihre Studierenden anbietet.

Die Forschungsgruppen an der WHU

Die WHU setzt im Forschungsbereich auf einen stark auf Zusammenarbeit ausgerichteten Ansatz – der auch der akademischen Welt zugute kommt. So ist unsere Fakultät in ganz unterschiedlichen Fachbereichen in Groups aufgeteilt, gibt ihr Fachwissen, Methoden sowie innovative Ideen weiter und sorgt so dafür, dass die WHU die Wirtschaftsforschung weiterhin nachhaltig prägt.

Economics
Economics
Die Economics Group verbindet unterschiedliche Lehrstühle der WHU, um die Zusammenarbeit zwischen Fachexpertinnen und Fachexperten aus verschiedenen Bereichen zu fördern. Die Group setzt sich aus führenden Akademikern sowohl von der WHU als auch von anderen Institutionen zusammen und organisiert das Research Seminar in Economics, das Wirtschaftsexpertinnen und Wirtschaftsexperten die Möglichkeit gibt, ihre Arbeit der akademischen Gemeinde vorzustellen.
Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Die Entrepreneurship & Innovation Group unterhält eine strategische Partnerschaft mit dem Center for Research in Innovation & Technology an der Kellogg School of Management. Diese Partnerschaft soll auf internationaler Ebene für Innovationen und eine enge Zusammenarbeit sorgen und dazu führen, dass ein Informationsaustausch stattfindet und Vorhaben effektiv in die Praxis umgesetzt werden.
Finance & Accounting
Finance & Accounting
Die Finance and Accounting Group ist ein Zusammenschluss unabhängiger Lehrstühle mit dem Ziel, Synergien zwischen verwandten Fachgebieten zu schaffen und darüber hinaus für die Koordination der Lehre zwischen den Lehrstühlen zu sorgen. Die Group unterhält auch das Center for Private Banking und das Financial Accounting & Tax Center (FAccT) und generiert so Ressourcen für Finanzforschende und Entscheidungsträger.
Management
Management
Die Management Group verbindet die Bereiche Leadership, Management und Organizational Behavior. Ein genaues Verständnis für die Strukturen, Zielsetzungen und Herausforderungen eines Unternehmens kann den Unterschied zwischen Erfolg und Misserfolg ausmachen. Die Management Group bietet den unabhängigen Lehrstühlen der WHU durch Forschungsarbeit zum Fachgebiet Organizational Behavior fortwährend Unterstützung.
Marketing & Sales
Marketing & Sales
Die Marketing and Sales Group trägt aktiv zur wissenschaftlichen Gemeinde durch Veröffentlichungen, unternehmerisches Engagement und eine ausgezeichnete Lehre bei. Die Group bietet Executive-Education-Programme und organisiert Seminare zur Weitergabe der neuesten Forschungserkenntnisse. So wird dafür gesorgt, dass Theorie und Praxis zusammengeführt werden und Lehrinhalte so konzipiert werden, dass Studierende im Rahmen echter Geschäftsszenarien erfolgreich agieren.
Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management
Die WHU erreichte 2019 im Rahmen eines im SCM Journal List veröffentlichen Rankings aller internationaler Hochschulen, die Forschung im Supply Chain Management (SCM) betreiben, den 6. Platz und unterstrich dadurch ihre führende Stellung im SCM-Forschungsbereich. Die Supply Chain Management Group, die vier unabhängige Lehrstühle verbindet, sorgt für wegweisende Forschungsergebnisse und ist daher die Forschungsinstitution im Bereich SCM mit der höchsten Platzierung außerhalb der Vereinigten Staaten.

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Supply Chain Management Group

Büchel, H., Spinler, S. (accepted pre-print), The impact of the metaverse on e-commerce business models: a delphi-based scenario study, Technology in Society, 102465.

Finance and Accounting Group

Eichfelder, S., Jacob, M., Kalbitz, N., Wentland, K. (accepted pre-print), How do corporate tax rates alter conforming tax avoidance?, European Accounting Review.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Yilmaz, Y., Rätze, S., De Groote, J., Kammerlander, N. (accepted pre-print), Resilience in family businesses: a systematic literature review, Family Business Review.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Amberger, C., Scholz, P., Schreyer, D. (accepted pre-print), Season ticket holder no-show behavior in the Czech Republic, Managing Sport and Leisure.

Supply Chain Management Group

Vogel, S., Kreimeyer, M., Richter, R., Spinler, S. (accepted pre-print), A framework for a persistent representation of customer knowledge to enhance product development, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Palm, M., Kraft, P., Kammerlander, N. (accepted pre-print), Family firms, M&A strategies, and M&A performance: a meta-analysis, Journal of Management.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M., Stefan, H. (accepted pre-print), The impact of the brexit referendum on greenfield foreign direct investments from countries within and outside the European single market, Applied Economics Letters.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M., Ngo, N. T. (accepted pre-print), Service offshoring and its impacts on wages: an occupation-oriented analysis of Germany, The World Economy.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J. (accepted pre-print), Market expansion and the scope of mass customization, Marketing Letters.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Tao-Schuchard, M., Kammerlander, N. (accepted pre-print), Board diversity in family firms across cultures: a contingency analysis on the effects of gender and tenure diversity on firm performance, Journal of Family Business Strategy, 100554.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Ilyas, I. M., Kammerlander, N., Turturea, R., Van Essen, M. (accepted pre-print), When business model innovation creates value for companies: a meta-analysis on institutional contigencies, Journal of Management Studies.

De Groote, J., Feninger, M., Kammerlander, N. (accepted pre-print), Family firm internationalization and top management team collaboration: roles, emotional attachment, and risk perceptions, Journal of World Business, Vol. 58 (6), 101489.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Yu, X., Meng, X., Stanley, L., Kellermanns, F. (accepted pre-print), Self-employment and life satisfaction: the contingent role of formal institutions, Small Business Economics.

Management Group

Detzen, D., Löhlein, L. (accepted pre-print), Valuing soccer players: on the valuation dynamics of an online user community, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal.

Management Group

Müthel, M., Frei, C., Hollensbe, E. (accepted pre-print), Erring professionals as second victims: grappling with guilt and identity in the aftermath of error, Academy of Management Journal.

Economics Group

Leib, M., Köbis, N. C., Rilke, R., Hagens, M., Irlenbusch, B. (accepted pre-print), Corrupted by algorithms? How AI-generated and human-written advice shape (dis)honesty, The Economic Journal.

Economics Group

Reggiani, T., Rilke, R. (accepted pre-print), Designing donation incentive contracts for online gig workers, Journal of Business Ethics.

Management Group

Vongswasdi, P., Leroy, H. L., Claeys, J., Anisman-Razin, M., Van Dierendonck, D. (accepted pre-print), Beyond developing leaders: toward a multi-narrative understanding of the value of leadership development programs, Academy of Management Learning & Education.

Supply Chain Management Group

Falkenberg, S., Spinler, S., Strauss, A. (accepted pre-print), An algorithm for flexible transshipments with perfect synchronization, European Journal of Operational Research.

Supply Chain Management Group

Petropoulos, F., Aktas, E., Sibel , A. A., Archetti, C., Ayhan, H., Battarra, M., Bennell, J. A., Boylan, J. E., Breton, M., Vanden Berghe, G., Canca, D., Charlin, L., Chen, B., Louis Anthony Cox, J., Currie, C. S. M., Demeulemeester, E., Ding, L., Disney, S. M., Ehrgott, M., Eppler, M., Erdogan, G., Fortz, B., L. Alberto, F., Frische, J., Greco, S., Hämäläinen, R. P., Herroelen, W., Hewitt, M., Holmström, J., Hooker, J. N., Isik, T., Johnes, J., Kara, B. Y., Karzu, Ö., Ken, K., Koch, T., Köhler, C., Kunc, M., Kuo, Y.-H., Laporte, G., Letchford, A. N., Leung, J., Li, D., Li, H., Ljubic, I., Lodi, A., Lozano, S., Lübbecke, M., Lurkin, V., Martello, S., Mchale, I., Midgley, G., Morecroft, J. D. W., Mutha, A., Ceyda , O., Petrovic, S., Pferschy, U., Psaraftis, H. N., Rose, S., Saarinen, L., Salhi, S., Song, J.-S., Stecke, K. E., Strauss, A., Tarhan, I., Thielen, C., Toth, P., Vasilakis, C., Vaze, V., Vigo, D., Virtanen, K., Wang, X., Weron, R., White, L., Woensel, T. V., Yearworth, M., Yildirim, E. A., Zaccour, G., Zhao, X. (accepted pre-print), Operational research: methods and applications, Journal of the Operational Research Society.

Supply Chain Management Group

Lu, J., Yan, T., Browning, T. (accepted pre-print), Into the unknown? Explaining management nonresponse after a supply-base disruption, Journal of Operations Management.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Maus, C., Greven, A., Kurth, N., Brettel, M. (accepted pre-print), How do investor characteristics of business angels and venture capitalists predict the occurrence of co-investments?, Journal of Business Economics : JBE = Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft : ZfB.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Asenkerschbaumer, M., Greven, A., Brettel, M. (accepted pre-print), The role of entrepreneurial imaginativeness for implementation intentions in new venture creation, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal.

Fisar, M., Greiner, B., Huber, C., Katok, E., Ozkes, A., Management Science Reproducibility Collaboration , M. S. R. C., Heimbach, I. (accepted pre-print), Reproducibility in management science, Management Science.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Riar, F. J., Qian, S., Miao, C., Debicki, B. J., Kellermanns, F. (accepted pre-print), Meta-analytic review, synthesis, and directions for the future of entrepreneurial passion research, European Management Journal.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Merten, S., Schmidt, S., Winand, M. (accepted pre-print), Organisational capabilities for successful digital transformation: a global analysis of national football associations in the digital age, Journal of Strategy and Management.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bünning, F. H., Chan, H. F., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (accepted pre-print), Awards are career catalysts for young talents in association football, European Sport Management Quarterly.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Baecker, N., Ansari, P., Schreyer, D. (accepted pre-print), Formula 1 Grands Prix demand across different distribution channels, Managing Sport and Leisure.

Finance and Accounting Group

Huynh, T. L. D., Wang, M., Vo, V. X. (accepted pre-print), Economic policy uncertainty and the Bitcoin market: an investigation in the COVID-19 pandemic with transfer entropy, The Singapore Economic Review.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bierl, P., Kammerlander, N. (accepted pre-print), Family equity as a transgenerational mechanism for entrepreneurial families, Journal of Family Business Management.

Supply Chain Management Group

Integrating mobile parcel lockers into last-mile delivery networks

Peppel, M., Spinler, S., Winkenbach, M. (accepted), Integrating mobile parcel lockers into last-mile delivery networks: an operational design for home delivery, stationary, and mobile parcel lockers, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management.

Economics Group

What’s your reference point?

Stommel, E., Gottschalck, N., Hack, A., Kraiczy, N., Eddleston, K., Kellermanns, F. (accepted), What’s your reference point? How price volatility and organizational context affect the reference points of family and nonfamily managers, Small Business Economics.

Management Group

There and back again

Rivkin, W., Gerpott, F., Unger, D. (accepted), There and back again: the role of morning- and evening commute recovery experiences for daily resources across the commute-, work-, and home domain, Human Relations.

Management Group

Matejka, M., Mahlendorf, M., Schäffer, U. (2024), The ratchet effect: theory and empirical evidence, Management Science, Vol. 70 (1), pp. 128-142.

Marketing and Sales Group

Beisecker, S., Schlereth, C., Hein, S. (2024), Shades of fake news: how fallacies influence consumers’ perception, European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 33 (1), pp. 41-60.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Welzmueller, J., Schmidt, S. (2024), Consumer identification: an interdisciplinary review of the marketing and sport management literature and future research agenda, Management Review Quarterly, Vol. 74 (1), pp. 439-485.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Amberger, C., Schreyer, D. (2024), What do we know about no‐show behavior? A systematic, interdisciplinary literature review, Journal of Economic Surveys, Vol. 38 (1), pp. 57-96.

Supply Chain Management Group

Dauzère-Pérès, S., Ding, J., Shen, L., Tamssaouet, K. (2024), The flexible job shop scheduling problem: a review, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 314 (2), pp. 409-432.

Supply Chain Management Group

Vogel, S., Kreimeyer, M., Richter, R., Spinler, S. (2024), The missing piece for persistent anchoring of customer integration in organizational processes, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 71 (1), pp. 517-530.

Supply Chain Management Group

Schlappa, M. T., Hegemann, J., Spinler, S. (2024), Optimizing control of waste incineration plants using reinforcement learning and digital twins, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 71 (9), pp. 3076-3087.

Supply Chain Management Group

García‐Dastugue, S. J., Nilakantan, R., Wallenburg, C. M., Rao, S. (2024), On merchandise return policy, entrepreneurial internet retail, and customer reviews - insights from an observational study, Journal of Business Logistics, Vol. 45 (1 (e12342)).

Economics Group

Liu, M., Günther, C. (2024), How do incumbents affect the founding of cooperatives? Evidence from the German electricity industry, Organization Studies, Vol. 45 (1), pp. 85–107.

Management Group

Desai, H., Schaupp, D. (2024), Play for time when the ship is threatening to sink? Voluntary disclosure choices under going concern uncertainty, Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, Vol. 31 (1), pp. 76-95.

Economics Group

Gottschalck, N., Branner, K., Rolan, L., Kellermanns, F. (2024), Cross-level effects of entrepreneurial orientation and ambidexterity on the resilience of small business owners, Journal of Small Business Management, Vol. 62 (1), pp. 103-139.

Management Group

Lanz, L., Briker, R., Gerpott, F. (2024), Employees adhere more to unethical instructions from human than AI supervisors: complementing experimental evidence with machine learning, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 189 (3), pp. 625–646.

Supply Chain Management Group

Wendt, K., Hellwig, D., Babich, V., Huchzermeier, A. (2024), Game-DISASTER: blockchain-enabled token trading game for supply chain management, INFORMS Transactions on Education, Vol. 24 (2), pp. 184-195.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J. (2024), First home or first away? Optimal ordering in two-legged ties, Managerial and Decision Economics, Vol. 45 (1), pp. 54-69.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Diaz-Moriana, V., Clinton, E., Kammerlander, N. (2024), Untangling goal tensions in family firms: a sensemaking approach, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 61 (1), pp. 69-109.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Chirico, F., Kellermanns, F. (2024), When does time enhance family firm performance? Examining family generation in control and family control dispersion through a mixed-gamble logic, Long Range Planning, Vol. 57 (1 (#102272)).

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Wilhelm, B., Simarasl, N., Riar, F. J., Kellermanns, F. (2024), Organizational citizenship behavior: understanding interaction effects of psychological ownership and agency systems, Review of Managerial Science, Vol. 18 (1), pp. 1-27.

Management Group

Löhlein, L., Huber, C. (2024), The end of audit: spectacle and love in the audit society, Qualitative Research in Accounting & Management, Vol. 21 (1), pp. 65-76.

Supply Chain Management Group

Sporkmann, J., Liu, Y., Spinler, S. (2024), Corrigendum to “Carbon emissions from European land transportation: a comprehensive analysis”, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Vol. 126, 103992.

Supply Chain Management Group

Winkenbach, M., Spinler, S., Pachon, J., Konduri, K. (2024), Introduction to the special issue on machine learning methods and applications in large-scale route planning problems, Transportation Science, Vol. 58 (1), pp. 1-7.

Management Group

Fasbender, U., Rivkin, W., Gerpott, F. (2024), Good for you, bad for me? The daily dynamics of perspective taking and well-being in coworker dyads, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Vol. 29 (1), pp. 1-13.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Greven, A., Beule, T., Fischer-Kreer, D., Brettel, M. (2024), Perceiving an entrepreneurial climate at universities: an inquiry into how academic entrepreneurs observe, use, and benefit from support mechanisms, Research Policy, Vol. 53 (2), 104929.

Management Group

Make better allies of your workforce

Karaevli, A., Ozcan, S. (2024), Make better allies of your workforce, MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 65 (2), pp. 54-59.

Economics Group

Huynh, T. L. D., Stratmann, P., Rilke, R. (2024), No influence of simple moral awareness cues on cheating behaviour in an online experiment, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Vol. 108, 102126.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Krieweth, C., Guragata-Balasa, P., Greven, A., Brettel, M. (2024), The role of top management teams' functional background diversity in firms' coopetitive behavior, Industrial Marketing Management, Vol. 117, pp. 275-287.

Finance and Accounting Group

Ignatov, K., Rudolf, M. (2023), Sentimental sustainability: does what companies say tell more than what companies do?, Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments, Vol. 32 (4), pp. 221-252.

Finance and Accounting Group

Hillmann, L. (2023), Dividend taxation and the ownership structure of private firms, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 79, 102380.

Management Group

Fourné, S., Guessow, D., Margolin, M., Schäffer, U. (2023), Controllers and strategic decision-making: the role of cognitive flexibility in controller-manager collaboration, Management Accounting Research, Vol. 60 (#100840).

Finance and Accounting Group

Ammann, M., Arnold, M., Straumann, S. (2023), Pricing, issuance volume, and design of innovative securities: the role of investor information, Journal of Financial Intermediation, Vol. 55, 101041.

Marketing and Sales Group

In-Store-Customer-Analytics

Jungbluth, M., Ulrichshofer, A., Schlereth, C. (2023), In-Store-Customer-Analytics: Messansätze zum besseren Verständnis des ungenutzten Konversionspotenzials, Marketing Review St. Gallen, pp. 54-62.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Beiderbeck, D., Evans, N., Frevel, N., Schmidt, S. (2023), The impact of technology on the future of football – a global Delphi study, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 187, 122186.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Nalbantis, G., Pawlowski, T., Schreyer, D. (2023), Substitution effects and the transnational demand for European soccer telecasts, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 24 (4), pp. 407–442.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Singleton, C., Reade, J. J., Schreyer, D. (2023), A decade of violence and empty stadiums in Egypt: when does emotion from the terraces affect behaviour on the pitch?, Empirical Economics, Vol. 65 (3), pp. 1487–1507.

Supply Chain Management Group

Ding, J., Dauzère-Pérès, S., Shen, L., Lü, Z. (2023), A novel evolutionary algorithm for energy efficient scheduling in flexible job shops, IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, Vol. 27 (5), pp. 1470 - 1484.

Supply Chain Management Group

Shen, L., Dauzère-Pérès, S., Maecker, S. (2023), Energy cost efficient scheduling in flexible job-shop manufacturing systems, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 310 (3), pp. 992-1016.

Supply Chain Management Group

Shen, L., Mönch, L., Maecker, S. (2023), Unrelated parallel machine scheduling with eligibility constraints and delivery times to minimize total weighted tardiness, Computers & Operations Research, Vol. 149, 105999.

Supply Chain Management Group

Berger, N. K. L., Schulze-Schwering, S., Long, E., Spinler, S. (2023), Risk management of supply chain disruptions: an epidemic modeling approach, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 304 (3), pp. 1036-1051.

Supply Chain Management Group

Falkenberg, S., Spinler, S. (2023), Integrating operational and human factors to predict daily productivity of warehouse employees using extreme gradient boosting, International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 61 (24), pp. 8654-8673.

Supply Chain Management Group

Burkhardt, M., Nitsch, F. J., Spinler, S., Van Wassenhove, L. (2023), The effect of acute stress on humanitarian supplies management, Production and Operations Management, Vol. 32 (8), pp. 2546-2559.

Supply Chain Management Group

Heidel, A., Hagist, C., Spinler, S., Schöneberger, M. (2023), Removing dust from the German health care system by introducing health apps into standard care: semistructured interview study, JMIR Human Factors, Vol. 10, e42186.

Supply Chain Management Group

Bell, L., Spinler, S., Winkenbach, M., Müller, V. (2023), Assessing economic, social and ecological impact of parcel-delivery interventions in integrated simulation, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Vol. 121, 103817.

Supply Chain Management Group

Sporkmann, J., Liu, Y., Spinler, S. (2023), Carbon emissions from European land transportation: a comprehensive analysis, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Vol. 121, 103851.

Supply Chain Management Group

Cheah, J.-H., Kersten, W., Ringle, C. M., Wallenburg, C. M. (2023), Guest editorial: Predictive modeling in logistics and supply chain management research using partial least squares structural equation modeling, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 53 (7/8), pp. 709-717.

Finance and Accounting Group

Liu, Y., Blankenburg, M., Wang, M. (2023), Earnings expectations of grey and green energy firms: analysis against the background of global climate change mitigation, Energy Economics, Vol. 121, 106692.

Finance and Accounting Group

Liu, Y., Xie, X., Wang, M. (2023), Energy structure and carbon emission: analysis against the background of the current energy crisis in the EU, Energy Economics, Vol. 280, 128129.

Finance and Accounting Group

Wang, M. (2023), Economic individualism, perceived fairness, and policy preference: a cross-cultural comparison, Review of Behavioral Economics, Vol. 10 (1), pp. 3-26.

Finance and Accounting Group

Dlugosch, D., Horn, K., Wang, M. (2023), New experimental evidence on the relationship between home bias, ambiguity aversion and familiarity heuristics, Journal of Economics and Business, Vol. 125-126, 106131.

Finance and Accounting Group

Fischer, M., Rilke, R., Yurtoglu, B. (2023), When, and why, do teams benefit from self-selection?, Experimental Economics, Vol. 26 (4), pp. 749–774.

Finance and Accounting Group

Black, B., De Carvalho, A. G., Kim, W., Yurtoglu, B. (2023), How useful are commercial corporate governance ratings? Evidence from emerging markets, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 80, 102405.

Finance and Accounting Group

Ahmad, M. F., Aktas, N., Aziz, S. (2023), Does bilateral trust matter during mergers and acquisitions negotiations?, British Journal of Management, Vol. 34 (4), pp. 2212-2233.

Finance and Accounting Group

Ahmad, M. F., Aktas, N., Croci, E. (2023), Climate risk and deployment of corporate resources to working capital, Economics Letters, Vol. 224, 111002.

Economics Group

Günther, C., Belitski, M., Rejeb, N. (2023), Overcoming the ability-willingness paradox in small family firms’ collaborations, Small Business Economics, Vol. 60 (4), pp. 1409–1429.

Economics Group

Wolff, S., Günther, C., Moog, P., Audretsch, D. (2023), The geography of the continuum of entrepreneurship activities - a first glance based on German data, The Journal of Technology Transfer, Vol. 48 (4), pp. 1243–1273.

Economics Group

Audretsch, D., Günther, C. (2023), SME research: SMEs’ internationalization and collaborative innovation as two central topics in the field, Journal of Business Economics : JBE = Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft : ZfB, Vol. 93 (6-7), pp. 1213–1229.

Economics Group

Litvinova, Y., Rilke, R., Günther, C. (2023), Me, myself, and I: image concerns and honesty in immersive VR, Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 149, 107950.

Finance and Accounting Group

Pandey, N., Andres, C., Kumar, S. (2023), Mapping the corporate governance scholarship: current state and future directions, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Vol. 31 (1), pp. 127-160.

Management Group

Wood, D. A., Achhpilia, M. P., Adams, M. T., Aghazadeh, S., Margolin, M., Schaupp, D., Van Pelt, V., Et Al. (2023), The ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot: how well does it answer accounting assessment questions?, Issues in Accounting Education, Vol. 38 (4), pp. 81-108.

Economics Group

Gottschalck, N., Rolan, L., Kellermanns, F. (2023), The continuance commitment of family firm CEOs, Journal of Family Business Strategy, Vol. 14 (4), 100568.

Management Group

Klonek, F., Gerpott, F., Parker, S. K. (2023), A conceptual replication of ambidextrous leadership theory: an experimental approach, The Leadership Quarterly, Vol. 34 (4), 101473.

Management Group

Brosi, P., Gerpott, F. (2023), Stayed at home - can’t stop working despite being ill?! Guilt as a driver of presenteeism at work and at home, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 44 (6), pp. 853-870.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Van Quaquebeke, N. (2023), Kiss-up-kick-down to get ahead: a resource perspective on how, when, why, and with whom middle managers use ingratiatory and exploitative behaviors to advance their career, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 60 (7), pp. 1855-1883.

Management Group

Fasbender, U., Gerpott, F., Dietz, L. (2023), Getting ready for the future, is it worth it? A dual-pathway model of age and technology acceptance at work, Work, Aging and Retirement, Vol. 9 (4), pp. 358-375.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Rivkin, W., Unger, D. (2023), Autonomous or controlled self-regulation, that is the question: a self-determination perspective on the impact of commuting on employees' domain-specific functioning, Organizational Psychology Review, Vol. 13 (1), pp. 67-95.

Management Group

Schweitzer, V. M., Rivkin, W., Gerpott, F., Diestel, S., Kühnel, J., Prem, R., Wang, M. (2023), Some positivity per day can protect you a long way: a within-person field experiment to test an affect-resource model of employee effectiveness at work, Work & Stress, Vol. 37 (4), pp. 446-465.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Rivkin, W., Diestel, S. (2023), Keep it steady? Not only average self-control demands matter for employees’ work engagement, but also variability, Work & Stress, Vol. 37 (4), pp. 509-530.

Management Group

Van Der Velde, A., Gerpott, F. (2023), When subordinates do not follow: a typology of subordinate resistance as perceived by leaders, The Leadership Quarterly, Vol. 34 (5), 101687.

Management Group

Van Quaquebeke, N., Gerpott, F. (2023), The now, new, and next of digital leadership: how artificial intelligence (AI) will take over and change leadership as we know it, Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, Vol. 30 (3), pp. 265-275.

Management Group

Klassiker der Organisationsforschung (48): Max Weber

Gerpott, F., Kerschreiter, R. (2023), Klassiker der Organisationsforschung (48): Max Weber: Bürokratie oder Bürokratisierung?, Organisationsentwicklung, Vol. 42 (3), pp. 96-100.

Management Group

Van Quaquebeke, N., Gerpott, F. (2023), Tell-and-sell or ask-and-listen? A self-concept perspective on why it needs leader-ship communication flexibility to engage subordinates at work, Current Opinion in Psychology, Vol. 53, 101666.

Management Group

Fasbender, U., Gerpott, F. (2023), Designing work for change and its unintended side effects, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol. 145, 103913.

Management Group

Schweitzer, V. M., Gerpott, F., Rivkin, W., Stollberger, J. (2023), (Don't) mind the gap? Information gaps compound curiosity yet also feed frustration at work, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Vol. 178, 104276.

Finance and Accounting Group

Braggion, F., Von Meyerinck, F., Schaub, N. (2023), Inflation and individual investors' behavior: evidence from the German hyperinflation, Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 36 (12), pp. 5012–5045.

Marketing and Sales Group

Schmitz, A.-K., Brexendorf, T., Fassnacht, M. (2023), Vertical line extension: a systematic review of reserach on upward and downward line extension, Journal of Product & Brand Management, Vol. 32 (6), pp. 828-848.

Finance and Accounting Group

Van Pelt, V. (2023), Asymmetric adjustment of control, Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 40 (4), pp. 2203-2225.

Economics Group

Dohmen, T., Shvartsman, E. (2023), Overexertion of effort under working time autonomy and feedback provision, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol. 212, pp. 1255-1266.

Supply Chain Management Group

Keskin, M., Branke, J., Deineko, V., Strauss, A. (2023), Dynamic multi-period vehicle routing with touting, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 310 (1), pp. 168-184.

Supply Chain Management Group

Künnen, J.-R., Strauss, A., Ivanov, N., Jovanovic, R., Fichert, F., Starita, S. (2023), Cross-border capacity planning in air traffic management under uncertainty, Transportation Science, Vol. 57 (4), pp. 999-1018.

Supply Chain Management Group

Schwamberger, J., Fleischmann, M., Strauss, A. (2023), Feeding the nation: dynamic customer contacting for e-fulfillment in times of crisis, Service Science, Vol. 15 (1), pp. 22-40.

Supply Chain Management Group

Künnen, J.-R., Strauss, A., Ivanov, N., Jovanovic, R., Fichert, F. (2023), Leveraging demand-capacity balancing to reduce air traffic emissions and improve overall network performance, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Vol. 174, 103716.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Droege, C., Greven, A., Fischer‐Kreer, D., Brettel, M. (2023), Inter‐firm coopetition and credit ratings: how the debt market reacts to inter‐firm coopetition, British Journal of Management, Vol. 34 (4), pp. 2093-2115.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Greven, A., Kruse, S., Vos, A., Strese, S., Brettel, M. (2023), Achieving product ambidexterity in new product development: the role of middle managers' dynamic managerial capabilities, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 60 (7), pp. 1786-1818.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Greven, A., Fischer‐Kreer, D., Bendig, D., Pöhler, S., Brettel, M. (2023), Boosting radical innovativeness through start‐up acquisitions: the role of decision autonomy and structural integration, R&D Management, Vol. 53 (5), pp. 840-860.

Supply Chain Management Group

Akkerman, R., Buisman, M., Cruijssen, F., De Leeuw, S., Haijema, R. (2023), Dealing with donations: supply chain management challenges for food banks, International Journal of Production Economics, Vol. 262, 108926.

Supply Chain Management Group

Buisman, M., Rohmer, S. U. K. (2023), Inventory dynamics at the retailer: an economic and environmental analysis of packaging fresh produce, Sustainability Analytics and Modeling, Vol. 3, 100020.

Economics Group

Burden, D., Fendel, R., Zimmermann, L. (2023), Does forward guidance of the ECB matter for the accuracy of private sector inflation forecasts?, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 30 (9), pp. 1213-1217.

Economics Group

Verglüht der Stern der Modern Monetary Theory?

Fendel, R., Schmidt, A. (2023), Verglüht der Stern der Modern Monetary Theory? Is the star of modern monetary theory burning out?, Wirtschaftsdienst : Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik, Vol. 103 (1), pp. 48-54.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M., Stadtmann, G., Zimmermann, L. (2023), Labor market effects of COVID-19 supply shocks: Auswirkungen von COVID-19-Schocks auf den Arbeitsmarkt, International Journal of Management and Economics, Vol. 59 (1), pp. 3-12.

Finance and Accounting Group

Amel-Zadeh, A., Glaum, M., Sellhorn, T. (2023), Empirical goodwill research: insights, issues, and implications for standard setting and future research, European Accounting Review, Vol. 32 (2), pp. 415-446.

Finance and Accounting Group

Keller, T., Glaum, M., Bausch, A., Bunz, T. (2023), The “CEO in context” technique revisited: a replication and extension of Hambrick and Quigley (2014), Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 44 (4), pp. 1111-1138.

Economics Group

Hofbauer-Milan, V., Fetzer, S., Hagist, C. (2023), How to predict drug expenditure: a Markov model approach with risk classes, PharmacoEconomics, Vol. 41 (5), pp. 561–572.

Economics Group

Petry, H., Hagist, C., Rheindorf, J. (2023), Ja zur Geburtshilfe – aber nicht unter ärztlicher Leitung: ein Discrete Choice Experiment zur Analyse der Jobpräferenzen von Hebammen in Deutschland, Gesundheitsökonomie & Qualitätsmanagement, Vol. 28 (6), pp. 272-278.

Supply Chain Management Group

Huchzermeier, A., Mönch, T. (2023), Mixed‐model assembly lines with variable takt and open stations, Production and Operations Management, Vol. 32 (3), pp. 704-722.

Supply Chain Management Group

Wendt, K., Babich, V., Hellwig, D., Huchzermeier, A. (2023), Behavioral simulation of blockchain-enabled market for supplier capacity trading among retailers, SSRN eLibrary / Social Science Research Network.

Finance and Accounting Group

De Vito, A., Jacob, M. (2023), The role of creditor protection in lending and tax avoidance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Vol. 58 (5), pp. 2096-2130.

Finance and Accounting Group

Bornemann, T., Jacob, M., Sailer, M. (2023), Do corporate taxes affect executive compensation?, Accounting Review, Vol. 98 (2), pp. 31–58.

Finance and Accounting Group

Jacob, M., Todtenhaupt, M. (2023), Withholding taxes, compliance cost, and foreign portfolio investment, Accounting Review, Vol. 98 (2), pp. 299–327.

Finance and Accounting Group

Eichfelder, S., Jacob, M., Schneider , K. (2023), Do tax incentives affect investment quality?, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 80, 102403.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J. (2023), Auditing versus monitoring and the role of commitment, Review of Accounting Studies, Vol. 28 (2), pp. 463–496.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J. (2023), Price commitment and the strategic launch of a fighter brand, Quantitative Marketing and Economics, Vol. 21 (3), pp. 381–435.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schickinger, A., Bierl, P., Leitterstorf, M., Kammerlander, N. (2023), Family-related goals, entrepreneurial investment behavior, and governance mechanisms of single family offices: an exploratory study, Journal of Family Business Strategy, Vol. 14 (2), 100393.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

De Groote, J., Schell, S., Kammerlander, N., Hack, A. (2023), The role of similarity and complementarity in the selection of potential partners for open innovation projects in family firms, Small Business Economics, Vol. 60 (4), pp. 1347–1367.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Widz, M., Kammerlander, N. (2023), Entrepreneurial exit intentions in emerging economies: a neoinstitutional perspective, Small Business Economics, Vol. 60, pp. 615–638.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

De Groote, J., Soluk, J., Laue, S.-L., Heck, M., Kammerlander, N. (2023), How can family-owned Mittelstand firms use their unique resources to master the age of digitalization? the role of family historical, venture, and collaborative capital, Business Horizons, Vol. 66 (1), pp. 133-152.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

De Groote, J., Kammerlander, N. (2023), Breaking with the past to face the future? Organisational path dependence in family businesses, Organization Studies, Vol. 44 (5), pp. 713–737.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Tao-Schuchardt, M., Riar, F. J., Kammerlander, N. (2023), Family firm value in the acquisition context: a signaling theory perspective, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 47 (4), pp. 1200–1232.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kurta, E., Kammerlander, N., Khoury, C. (2023), Should I sell part of my family firm? Exploring the drivers of a minority sale, Journal of Family Business Management, Vol. 13 (4), pp. 1147-1173.

Supply Chain Management Group

Kaufmann, L., Schreiner, M., Reimann, F. (2023), Narratives in supplier negotiations: the interplay of narrative design elements, structural power, and outcomes, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 59 (1), pp. 66-94.

Supply Chain Management Group

Ried, L., Eckerd, S., Kaufmann, L., Carter, C. (2023), From target to actor: contagion of honesty and deception across buyer-supplier negotiations, Journal of Operations Management, Vol. 69 (2), pp. 261-283.

Supply Chain Management Group

Woelfl, K., Kaufmann, L., Carter, C. R. (2023), In the eye of the beholder: a configurational exploration of perceived deceptive supplier behavior in negotiations, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 59 (2), pp. 33-61.

Supply Chain Management Group

Woelfl, K., Kaufmann, L., Ketchen, D., Carter, C. R. (2023), Changing directions: counterfactual reflection in B2B negotiations, Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, Vol. 2023 (1).

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Jiao, K., Ling, Y., Kellermanns, F. (2023), Does prior experience matter? A meta-analysis of the relationship between prior experience of entrepreneurs and firm performance, Journal of Small Business Management, Vol. 61 (6), pp. 2938-2985.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schell, S., De Groote, J., Richard, S., Hack, A., Kellermanns, F. (2023), The role of affect in the selection of nonfamily top management team members in family businesses, Long Range Planning, Vol. 56 (5), 102288.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Guffler, M., Bertschi-Michel, A., Hack, A., Kellermanns, F. (2023), Family firm ambidexterity: the influence of paradoxical tensions and the entrepreneurial family’s cohesion, The Journal of Technology Transfer, Vol. 48 (6), pp. 1945–1977.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Cai, L., Gao, X., Ling, Y., Kellermanns, F. (2023), Governments’ new policy frequency and firms’ performance in an emerging industry: the difference between family and non-family firms, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, Vol. 19 (4), pp. 1707–1737.

Management Group

Couture, F., Jarzabkowski, P., Lê, J. (2023), Triggers,traps and disconnect: how governance obstacles hinder progress on grand challenges, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 66 (6), pp. 1651 - 1680.

Management Group

Lê, J., Bednarek, R. (2023), Using interpretive methods to unleash the potential of human resource development, Human Resource Development Review, Vol. 22 (2), pp. 163-172.

Management Group

Reilley, J., Löhlein, L. (2023), Theorizing (and) the future of interdisciplinary accounting research, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Vol. 93, 102578.

Management Group

Rebell:Innen mit Integrität

Müthel, M. (2023), Rebell:Innen mit Integrität: werte- und teamorientiert durch die Transformation führen, zfo - Zeitschrift Führung + Organisation, pp. 72-75.

Finance and Accounting Group

Alexander, A., Pisa, M. (2023), Credit refinancing and corporate tax avoidance, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Vol. 42 (3), 107073.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Deferne, M., Bertschi-Michel, A., De Groote, J. (2023), The role of trust in family business stakeholder relationships: a systematic literature review, Journal of Family Business Strategy, Vol. 14 (1), 100501.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Gibbert, M., De Groote, J., Högl, M., Mendini, M. (2023), Recognizing new complementarities before they become common sense: the role of similarity recognition  , Organizational Dynamics, Vol. 52 (1), 100915.

Management Group

Van Doorn, S., Georgakakis, D., Oehmichen, J., Reimer, M. (2023), Opportunity or threat? Exploring middle manager roles in the face of digital transformation, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 60 (7), pp. 1684-1719.

Management Group

Van Doorn, S., Heyden, M. L. M., Reimer, M. (2023), The private life of CEOs: a strategic leadership perspective, The Leadership Quarterly, Vol. 34 (1), 101679.

Management Group

Vongswasdi, P., Leroy, H., Shemla, M., Hoever, I., Khattab, J. (2023), Influencing diversity beliefs through a personal testimonial, promotion‐focused approach, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 44 (1), pp. 1-18.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

The potency of shortcuts in decision-making

Kruse, S., Bendig, D., Brettel, M. (2023), The potency of shortcuts in decision-making: a growing body of research suggests that CEOs who use heuristics can make more effective decisions than those who take a more comprehensive approach, MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 65 (1), pp. 17-19.

Economics Group

Klimawandel: Finanzstabilität und Geldpolitik

Fendel, R. (2023), Klimawandel: Finanzstabilität und Geldpolitik, Das Wirtschaftsstudium, Vol. 8-9, pp. 875-879.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Identify critical roles to improve performance

Groysberg, B., Lin, E., Naik, A., Schmidt, S. (2023), Identify critical roles to improve performance: putting strategy into play requires knowing your organization’s crucial roles and making sure your best talent occupies them., MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 64 (4).

Management Group

Repenning, N., Löhlein, L., Schäffer, U. (2022), Emotions in accounting: a review to bridge the paradigmatic divide, European Accounting Review, Vol. 31 (1), pp. 241-267.

Management Group

Goretzki, L., Löhlein, L., Schäffer, U., Schmidt, A., Strauß, E. (2022), Exploring the role of metaphors in social-identity construction: the case of the German controller, European Accounting Review, Vol. 31 (4), pp. 877-903.

Finance and Accounting Group

R&D tax incentive regimes

Spengel, C., Stage, B., Steinbrenner, D. (2022), R&D tax incentive regimes: a comparison and evaluation of current country practices, World Tax Journal, Vol. 14 (2).

Management Group

Halevy, N., Kalish, Y. (2022), Broadening versus deepening: gender and brokering in social networks, Social Psychological and Personality Science, Vol. 13 (2), pp. 618-625.

Management Group

Kalish, Y., Oliver, A. L. (2022), Reducing the cost of knowledge exchange in consortia: network analyses of multiple relations, The Journal of Technology Transfer, Vol. 47 (3), pp. 775–803.

Marketing and Sales Group

Weiler, M., Stolz, S., Lanz, A., Schlereth, C., Hinz, O. (2022), Social capital accumulation through social media networks: evidence from a randomized field experiment and individual-level panel data, MIS Quarterly, Vol. 46 (2), pp. 771-812.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Krause, F., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2022), Career adaptability and career success: a constructive replication study, Journal of Personnel Psychology, Vol. 21 (3), pp. 115-124.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schlembach, C., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Wunderlich, L. (2022), Forecasting the Olympic medal distribution: a socioeconomic machine learning model, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 175, 121314.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Flegr, S., Schmidt, S. (2022), Strategic management in eSports – a systematic review of the literature, Sport Management Review, Vol. 25 (4), pp. 631-655.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Krause, F., Chan, H. F., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2022), Which female makes it to the top? exploring the gender differences in the role of nuanced personality and psychosocial traits in elite sports career progression, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol. 138, 103767.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Frevel, N., Beiderbeck, D., Schmidt, S. (2022), The impact of technology on sports – a prospective study, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 182, 121838.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Chan, H. F., Ulrich, F., Altman, H., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2022), Beyond performance? The importance of subjective and objective physical appearance in award nominations and receptions in football, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol. 204, pp. 271-289.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D., Ansari, P. (2022), Stadium attendance demand research: a scoping review, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 23 (6), pp. 749–788.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2022), Eliminating supportive crowds reduces referee bias, Economic Inquiry, Vol. 60 (3), pp. 1416-1436.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Humphreys, B. R., Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2022), Separating the crowds: examining home and away attendances at football matches, SSRN eLibrary / Social Science Research Network.

Supply Chain Management Group

Shen, L., Dauzère-Pérès, S., Neufeld, J. (2022), Corrigendum to: “Solving the flexible job shop scheduling problem with sequence-dependent setup times”, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 296 (2), p. 748.

Supply Chain Management Group

Peppel, M., Ringbeck, J., Spinler, S. (2022), How will last-mile delivery be shaped in 2040? a Delphi-based scenario study, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 177, 121493.

Supply Chain Management Group

Furrer, M., Mostofi Darbani, H., Spinler, S. (2022), A study on the impact of extreme weather events on the ceramic manufacturing in Egypt, Resources, Environment and Sustainability , Vol. 7, 100049.

Supply Chain Management Group

Falkenberg, S. F., Spinler, S. (2022), The role of novel data in maintenance planning: breakdown predictions for material handling equipment, Computers & Industrial Engineering, Vol. 169, 108230.

Supply Chain Management Group

Peppel, M., Spinler, S. (2022), The impact of optimal parcel locker locations on costs and the environment, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 52 (4), pp. 324-350.

Finance and Accounting Group

Xie, L., Wang, M., Huynh, T. L. D. (2022), Trust and the stock market reaction to lockdown and reopening announcements: a cross-country evidence, Finance Research Letters, Vol. 46, Part A, 102361.

Finance and Accounting Group

Rieger, M., Wang, M. (2022), Trust in government actions during the COVID-19 crisis, Social Indicators Research, Vol. 159 (3), pp. 967–989.

Finance and Accounting Group

Wang, M., Rieger, M. (2022), COVID-19 and the Wuhan diary –how does the overseas Chinese community react to group criticism?, Journal of Chinese Political Science, Vol. 37 (4), pp. 637–659.

Finance and Accounting Group

Dlugosch, D., Wang, M. (2022), Ambiguity, ambiguity aversion and foreign bias: new evidence from international panel data, Journal of Banking & Finance, Vol. 140, 106509.

Finance and Accounting Group

Huynh, T. L. D., Rieger, M. O., Wang, M. (2022), Cross-country comparison in dishonest behaviour: Germany and East Asian countries, Economics Letters, Vol. 215, 110480.

Finance and Accounting Group

Rieger, M. O., Wang, M., Huang, P.-K., Hsu, Y.-L. (2022), Survey evidence on core factors of behavioral biases, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Vol. 100, 101912.

Finance and Accounting Group

Rieger, M. O., Wang, M., Phan, T. C., Gong, Y. (2022), Trend following or reversal: does culture affect predictions and trading behavior?, Global Finance Journal, Vol. 54, 100769.

Finance and Accounting Group

Rieger, M. O., Wang, M., Zhang, Y. (2022), Editorial: China and the world - cultural differences, transmissions and transitions, Frontiers in Sociology, Vol. 7, 979552.

Finance and Accounting Group

Schaewitz, J., Wang, M., Rieger, M. O. (2022), Culture and Institutions: long-lasting effects of communism on risk and time preferences of individuals in Europe, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol. 202, pp. 785-829.

Finance and Accounting Group

Yurtoglu, B., Naumer, H.-J. (2022), It is not only what you say, but how you say it: ESG, corporate news and the impact on CDS spreads, Global Finance Journal, Vol. 52, 100571.

Finance and Accounting Group

Maier, F., Yurtoglu, B. (2022), Board characteristics and the insolvency risk of non-financial firms, Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol. 15 (7), 303.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kok, H., Faems, D., De Faria, P. (2022), Pork barrel or barrel of gold? examining the performance implications of earmarking in public R&D grants, Research Policy, Vol. 51 (7), 104514.

Finance and Accounting Group

Aktas, N., Baros, A., Croci, E. (2022), Corporate divestitures around acquisitions, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 73, 102189.

Economics Group

Audretsch, D., Günther, C., Lederer, A. (2022), Publishing in Small Business Economics: an entrepreneurship journal, Small Business Economics, Vol. 58 (2), pp. 1-5.

Economics Group

Belitski, M., Günther, C., Kritikos, A. S., Thurik, R. (2022), Economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on entrepreneurship and small businesses, Small Business Economics, Vol. 58 (2), pp. 593–609.

Economics Group

Günther, C., Lehmann, E. (2022), David B. Audretsch: Clarivate Citation Laureate 2021, Small Business Economics, Vol. 58 (2), pp. 7-12.

Economics Group

Audretsch, D., Belitski, M., Caiazza, R., Günther, C., Menter, M. (2022), From latent to emergent entrepreneurship: the importance of context, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 175, 121356.

Economics Group

Kraft, P., Günther, C., Kammerlander, N., Lampe, J. (2022), Overconfidence and entrepreneurship: a meta-analysis of different types of overconfidence in the entrepreneurial process, Journal of Business Venturing, Vol. 37 (4), 106207.

Economics Group

Günther, C., Ozcan, S., Saßmannshausen, D. (2022), Referrals among VCs and the length of due diligence: the effect of relational embeddedness, Journal of Business Venturing, Vol. 37 (5), 106230.

Economics Group

Buenstorf, G., Günther, C., Wilfling, S. (2022), Submarket emergence, customer base expansion and strategic entry timing in the evolution of the German farm tractor industry, Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol. 31 (4), pp. 1086–1112.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Rivkin, W., Unger, D. (2022), Stop and go, where is my flow? how and when daily aversive morning commutes are negatively related to employees’ motivational states and behavior at work, Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 107 (2), pp. 169-192.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Bledow, R., Kühnel, J. (2022), Inspire but don’t interfere: managerial influence as a double-edged sword for innovation, Applied Psychology : an International Review, Vol. 71 (2), pp. 359-379.

Management Group

Fasbender, U., Gerpott, F. (2022), Knowledge transfer between younger and older employees: a temporal social comparison model, Work, Aging and Retirement, Vol. 8 (2), pp. 146–162.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Kerschreiter, R. (2022), A conceptual framework of how meeting mindsets shape and are shaped by leader-follower interactions in meetings, Organizational Psychology Review, Vol. 12 (2), pp. 107-134.

Management Group

Hemshorn De Sanchez, C. S., Gerpott, F., Lehmann-Willenbrock, N. (2022), A review and future agenda for behavioral research on leader–follower interactions at different temporal scopes., Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 43 (2), pp. 342-368.

Management Group

Fasbender, U., Gerpott, F. (2022), Why do or don’t older employees seek knowledge from younger colleagues? a relation-opportunity model to explain how age-inclusive HR practices foster older employees’ knowledge seeking from younger colleagues., Applied Psychology : an International Review, Vol. 71 (4), pp. 1385-1406.

Management Group

Rivkin, W., Diestel, S., Gerpott, F., Unger, D. (2022), Should I stay or should I go? The role of daily presenteeism as an adaptive response to perform at work despite somatic complaints for employee effectiveness, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Vol. 27 (4), pp. 411-425.

Supply Chain Management Group

Künnen, J.-R., Strauss, A. (2022), The value of flexible flight-to-route assignments in pre-tactical air traffic management, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, Vol. 160, pp. 76-96.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schoss, S., Brettel, M., Urbig, D., Mauer, R. (2022), Deep-level diversity in entrepreneurial teams and the mediating role of conflicts on team efficacy and satisfaction, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, Vol. 18 (3), pp. 1173–1203.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Reck, F. S., Fischer, D., Brettel, M. (2022), Ethical decision-making in family firms: the role of employee identification, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 180 (2), pp. 651–673.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Engels, N., Haarkötter, N., Fischer-Kreer, D., Brettel, M. (2022), CHRO firm dinosaur versus CHRO role gorilla: the effect of CHRO company and role tenure on firms’ social performance, Journal of Business Economics : JBE = Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft : ZfB, Vol. 92 (6), pp. 929–954.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Eisele, S., Greven, A., Grimm, M., Fischer-Kreer, D., Brettel, M. (2022), Understanding the drivers of radical and incremental innovation performance: the role of a firm's knowledge-based capital and organisational agility, International Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 26 (2), 2250020.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Greven, A., Fischer-Kreer, D., Müller, J., Brettel, M. (2022), Inter-firm coopetition: the role of a firm's long-term orientation, Industrial Marketing Management, Vol. 106, pp. 47-57.

Supply Chain Management Group

Transchel, S., Buisman, M., Haijema, R. (2022), Joint assortment and inventory optimization for vertically differentiated products under consumer-driven substitution, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 301 (1), pp. 163-179.

Supply Chain Management Group

Buisman, M., Rohmer, S. U. K. (2022), Inventory decisions for ameliorating products under consideration of stochastic demand, International Journal of Production Economics, Vol. 252, 108595.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kraft, P. (2022), The double-edged sword of CEO narcissism: a meta-analysis of innovation and firm performance implications, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Vol. 39 (6), pp. 749-772.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Frenkel, M. (2022), Special issue on "financial crisis and its effects on the European economy", Global Finance Journal, Vol. 51, 100544.

Economics Group

Kostin, K. B., Fendel, R., Wild, F. (2022), Comparing the situation of FinTech start-ups in Russia and Germany through equity investments, Economies : Open Access Journal, Vol. 10 (2), 33.

Economics Group

Collingro, F., Frenkel, M. (2022), Fiscal multipliers in the euro area: a comparative study, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Vol. 84, pp. 386-397.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M., Jung, J.-K., Rülke, J.-C. (2022), Testing for the rationality of central bank interest rate forecasts, Empirical Economics, Vol. 62 (3), pp. 1037–1078.

Economics Group

Ambros, M., Frenkel, M. (2022), What determines COVID-19 vaccination rates in Germany?, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik = Journal of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 242 (1), pp. 149-157.

Economics Group

Der Überschussgewinn

Frenkel, M., Stefan, H. (2022), Der Überschussgewinn, Das Wirtschaftsstudium, Vol. 51 (5), pp. 595-604.

Economics Group

Ambros, M., Frenkel, M. (2022), Sinken die Realzinsen kontinuierlich und gilt somit der Fisher-Effekt nicht? theoretische Argumente und empirischer Befund, Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium, Vol. 51 (9), pp. 25-32.

Economics Group

Von Wedel, P., Hagist, C. (2022), Physicians’ preferences and willingness to pay for artificial intelligence-based assistance tools: a discrete choice experiment among german radiologists, BMC Health Services Research, Vol. 22 (1), 398.

Economics Group

Von Wedel, P., Hagist, C., Liebe, J.-D., Esdar, M., Hübner, U., Pross, C. (2022), Effects of hospital digitization on clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction: nationwide multiple regression analysis across German hospitals, Journal of Medical Internet Research, Vol. 24 (11), e40124.

Management Group

Spiekermann, S., Krasnova, H., Hinz, O., Baumann, A., Benlian, A., Gimpel, H., Heimbach, I., Köster, A., Maedche, A., Niehaves, B., Risius, M., Trenz, M. (2022), Values and ethics in information systems: a state-of-the-art analysis and avenues for future research, Business & Information Systems Engineering, Vol. 64 (2), pp. 247–264.

Supply Chain Management Group

Cohen, M., Cui, S., Doetsch, S., Ernst, R., Huchzermeier, A., Kouvelis, P., Lee, H., Matuso, H., Tsay, A. (2022), Bespoke supply-chain resilience: the gap between theory and practice, Journal of Operations Management, Vol. 68 (5), pp. 515-531.

Supply Chain Management Group

Realizing the full potential of supply chain resilience surveys

Cohen, M., Cui, S., Doetsch, S., Ernst, R., Huchzermeier, A., Kouvelis, P. (2022), Realizing the full potential of supply chain resilience surveys, Supply Chain Management Review, Vol. 26 (6), pp. 36-43.

Finance and Accounting Group

Jacob, M. (2022), Real effects of corporate taxation: a review, European Accounting Review, Vol. 31 (1), pp. 269-296.

Finance and Accounting Group

Jacob, M., Wentland, K., Wentland, S. (2022), Real effects of tax uncertainty: evidence from firm capital investments, Management Science, Vol. 68 (6), pp. 4065-4089.

Finance and Accounting Group

Fox, Z., Jacob, M., Wilde, J., Wilson, R. J. (2022), Beyond borders: uncertainty in supragovernmental tax enforcement and corporate investment, Accounting Review, Vol. 97 (6), pp. 233–261.

Finance and Accounting Group

He, E., Jacob, M., Vashishta, R., Venkatachalam, M. (2022), Does differential taxation of short-term relative to long-term capital gains affect long-term investment?, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Vol. 74 (1), 101479.

Finance and Accounting Group

Dyreng, S., Jacob, M., Jiang, X., Müller, M. (2022), Tax incidence and tax avoidance, Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 39 (4), pp. 2622-2656.

Finance and Accounting Group

Jacob, M., Vossebürger, R. (2022), The role of personal income taxes in corporate investment decisions, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 77, 102275.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J. (2022), Friend or foe? Co-opetition and entrepreneurial networking, Small Business Economics, Vol. 59 (3), pp. 1043–1059.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J., Ressi, A. (2022), What can I do for you? optimal market segmentation in service markets, Production and Operations Management, Vol. 31 (7), pp. 2838-2852.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Riar, F., Wiedeler, C., Kammerlander, N., Kellermanns, F. (2022), Venturing motives and venturing types in entrepreneurial families: a corporate entrepreneurship perspective, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 46 (1), pp. 44-81.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Szewczyk, J., Kurzhals, C., Graf-Vlachy, L., Kammerlander, N., König, A. (2022), The family innovator´s dilemma revisited: examining the association between family influence and incumbents´adoption of discontinuous technologies, Journal of Family Business Strategy, Vol. 13 (4), 100516.

Management Group

Why some CFOs make better M&A deals?

Karaevli, A., Ozcan, S. (2022), Why some CFOs make better M&A deals?, MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 63 (4), pp. 78-84.

Supply Chain Management Group

Ketchen, D., Kaufmann, L., Carter, C. (2022), Configurational approaches to theory development in supply chain management: leveraging underexplored opportunities, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 58 (3), pp. 71-88.

Supply Chain Management Group

Ried, L., Eckerd, S., Kaufmann, L. (2022), Social desirability bias in PSM surveys and behavioral experiments: considerations for design development and data collection, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Vol. 28 (1), 100743.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Chen, V. Z., Hobdari, B., Kellermanns, F., Sluhan, A. (2022), For love or money? Family versus financial blockholders in international acquisitions, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Vol. 30 (2), pp. 140-160.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Lohwasser, T. S., Hoch, F., Kellermanns, F. (2022), Strength in stability: a meta-analysis of family firm performance moderated by institutional stability and regime type, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 46 (1), pp. 117-158.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Xu, F., Kellermanns, F., Jin, L. (2022), Between- and within-person consequences of daily entrepreneurial stressors on discrete emotions in entrepreneurs: the moderating role of personality, Stress & Health, Vol. 38 (3), pp. 568-580.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Darden, B. B., Kellermanns, F., Best, E. L. (2022), Entrepreneurial fear of failure: transgender versus cis-gender entrepreneurs, Journal of Business Venturing Insights, Vol. 18, e00332.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Brinkerink, J., De Massis, A., Kellermanns, F. (2022), One finding is no finding: toward a replication culture in family business research, Journal of Family Business Strategy, Vol. 13 (4), 100521.

Management Group

Lê, J., Schmid, T. (2022), The practice of innovating research methods, Organizational Research Methods, Vol. 25 (2), pp. 308-336.

Management Group

Gioia, D., Corley, K., Eisenhardt, K., Feldman, M., Langley, A., Lê, J., Golden-Biddle, K., Locke, K., Mees-Buss, J., Piekkari, R., Ravasi, D., Rerup, C., Schmid, T., Silverman, D., Welch, C. (2022), A curated debate: on using “templates” in qualitative research, Journal of Management Inquiry, Vol. 31 (3), pp. 231–252.

Management Group

Crvelin, D., Löhlein, L. (2022), Commensuration by form: lists and accounting in collective action networks, Accounting, Organizations and Society, Vol. 100, 101333.

Management Group

Shin, N., Ziegert, J., Müthel, M. (2022), The detrimental effects of ethical incongruence in teams: an interactionist perspective of ethical fit on relationship conflict and information sharing, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 179 (1), pp. 259–272.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Boone, C., Ozcan, S., Li, J. (2022), How are competing logics combined in managerial teams? The impact of branch founding team hybridity on the growth of Islamic bank branches in Turkey, 2002-19, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 59 (6), pp. 1460-1492.

Management Group

Van Doorn, S., Tretbar, T., Reimer, M., Heyden, M. (2022), Ambidexterity in family firms: the interplay between family influences within and beyond the executive suite, Long Range Planning, Vol. 55 (2), 101998.

Management Group

Van Doorn, S., Heyden, M., Reimer, M., Buyl, T., Volberda, H. (2022), Internal and external interfaces of the executive suite: advancing research on the porous bounds of strategic leadership, Long Range Planning, Vol. 55 (3), 102214.

Management Group

Shaffakat, S., Otaye-Ebede, L., Reb, J., Chandwani, R., Vongswasdi, P. (2022), Mindfulness attenuates both emotional and behavioral reactions following psychological contract breach: a two-stage moderated mediation model, Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 107 (3), pp. 425–443.

Management Group

Leroy, H. L., Anisman-Razin, M., Avolio, B. J., Bresman, H., Bunderson, J. S., Burris, E. R., Claeys, J., Detert, J. R., Dragoni, L., Giessner, S. R., Kniffin, K. M., Kolditz, T., Petriglieri, G., Pettit, N. C., Sitkin, S. B., Van Quaquebeke, N., Vongswasdi, P. (2022), Walking our evidence-based talk: the case of leadership development in business schools, Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, Vol. 29 (1), pp. 5-32.

Finance and Accounting Group

Burggraf, T., Huynh, T. L. D., Rudolf, M., Wang, M. (2021), Do FEARS drive bitcoin?, Review of Behavioral Finance, Vol. 13 (3), pp. 229-258.

Finance and Accounting Group

Burggraf, T., Rudolf, M. (2021), Cryptocurrencies and the low volatility anomaly, Finance Research Letters, Vol. 40, 101683.

Finance and Accounting Group

Pham, Q., Rudolf, M. (2021), Gold, platinum, and industry stock returns, International Review of Economics & Finance, Vol. 75, pp. 252 - 266.

Management Group

Burchard, C., Proelss, J., Schäffer, U., Schweizer, D. (2021), Bad news for announcers, good news for rivals - are rivals fully seizing transition-period opportunities following announcers' top management turnovers?, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 42 (3), pp. 579-607.

Management Group

Kalish, Y., Luria, G. (2021), Traits and time in leadership emergence: a longitudinal study, The Leadership Quarterly, Vol. 32 (2), 101443.

Management Group

Peretz, R. A., Luria, G., Kalish, Y., Zohar, D. (2021), Safety climate strength: the negative effects of cliques and negative relationships in teams, Safety Science, Vol. 138, 105224.

Marketing and Sales Group

Keller, K., Schlereth, C., Hinz, O. (2021), Sample-based longitudinal discrete choice experiments: preferences of electric vehicles over time, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Vol. 49 (3), pp. 482–500.

Marketing and Sales Group

Stolz, S., Schlereth, C. (2021), Predicting tie strength with ego network structures, Journal of Interactive Marketing, Vol. 54, pp. 40-52.

Marketing and Sales Group

Online lead generation

Stolz, S., Wisskirchen, K., Schlereth, C., Hoffmann, A. (2021), Online lead generation: an emerging industry, Marketing Review St. Gallen, pp. 32-39.

Marketing and Sales Group

Heidel, A., Hagist, C., Schlereth, C. (2021), Pricing through health apps generated data - digital dividend as a game changer: discrete choice experiment, PLOS ONE, Vol. 16 (7), e0254786.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Merkel, S., Chan, H. F., Schmidt, S., Torgler, B. (2021), Optimism and positivity biases in performance appraisal ratings: empirical evidence from professional soccer, Applied Psychology : an International Review, Vol. 70 (3), pp. 1100-1127.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Beiderbeck, D., Frevel, N., Von Der Gracht, H., Schmidt, S., Schweitzer, V. (2021), The impact of COVID-19 on the European football ecosystem: a Delphi-based scenario analysis, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 165, 120577.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Fühner, J., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2021), Are diversified football clubs better prepared for a crisis? First empirical evidence from the stock market, European Sport Management Quarterly, Vol. 21 (3), pp. 350-373.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kassis, M., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Sutter, M. (2021), Psychological pressure and the right to determine the moves in dynamic tournaments: evidence from a natural field experiment, Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 126, pp. 278-287.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bickley, S. J., Chan, H. F., Schmidt, S., Torgler, B. (2021), Quantum-sapiens: the quantum bases for human expertise, knowledge, and problem-solving, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, Vol. 33 (11), pp. 1290-1302.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Beiderbeck, D., Frevel, N., Von Der Gracht, H., Schmidt, S., Schweitzer, V. (2021), Preparing, conducting, and analyzing Delphi surveys: cross-disciplinary practices, new directions, and advancements, MethodsX, Vol. 8, 101401.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2021), Stadium attendance demand during the COVID-19 crisis: early empirical evidence from Belarus, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 28 (18), pp. 1542-1547.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bryson, A., Dolton, P., Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2021), Causal effects of an absent crowd on performances and refereeing decisions during Covid-19, Economics Letters, Vol. 198, 109664.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2021), Predicting season ticket holder no-show behaviour: more nuanced evidence from Switzerland, Applied Economics, Vol. 53 (48), pp. 5549-5566.

Supply Chain Management Group

Mönch, L., Shen, L. (2021), Parallel machine scheduling with the total weighted delivery time performance measure in distributed manufacturing, Computers & Operations Research, Vol. 127, 105126.

Supply Chain Management Group

Ding, J., Schulz, S., Shen, L., Buscher, U., Lü, Z. (2021), Energy aware scheduling in flexible flow shops with hybrid particle swarm optimization, Computers and Operations Research, Computers & Operations Research, Vol. 125, 105088.

Supply Chain Management Group

Soyk, C., Ringbeck, J., Spinler, S. (2021), Effect of long-haul low-cost carriers on North Atlantic air fares, Transportation Research Part E: The Logistics and Transportation Review, Vol. 152, 102415.

Supply Chain Management Group

Weingarten, J., Spinler, S. (2021), Shortening delivery times by predicting customers’ online purchases: a case study in the fashion industry, Information Systems Management, Vol. 38 (4), pp. 287-308.

Supply Chain Management Group

Hess, A., Spinler, S., Winkenbach, M. (2021), Real-time demand forecasting for an urban delivery platform, Transportation Research Part E: The Logistics and Transportation Review, Vol. 145, 102147.

Supply Chain Management Group

Schmalz, U., Spinler, S., Ringbeck, J. (2021), Lessons learned from a two-round Delphi-based scenario study, MethodsX, Vol. 8, 101179.

Supply Chain Management Group

Schmalz, U., Ringbeck, J., Spinler, S. (2021), Door-to-door air travel: exploring trends in corporate reports using text classification models, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 170, 120865.

Supply Chain Management Group

Wallenburg, C. M., Einmahl, L., Lee, K., Rao, S. (2021), On packaging and product returns in online retail - mailing boxes or sending signals?, Journal of Business Logistics, Vol. 42 (2), pp. 291-308.

Supply Chain Management Group

Nevries, F., Wallenburg, C. M. (2021), Performance improvements in logistics outsourcing relationships: the role of LSP and customer organizational culture archetypes, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Vol. 41 (12), pp. 1807-1843.

Finance and Accounting Group

Rieger, M., Nguyen, T., Schnur, B., Wang, M. (2021), Taking more risk tomorrow: time horizons and investment decisions, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 28 (6), pp. 459-463.

Finance and Accounting Group

Yang, X., Liu, Y., Wang, M., Bezama, A., Thrän, D. (2021), Identifying the necessities of regional-based analysis to study Germany’s biogas production development under energy transition, Land : Open Access Journal, Vol. 10 (2), 135.

Finance and Accounting Group

Rieger, M., Wang, M., Hens, T. (2021), Universal time preference, PLOS ONE, Vol. 16 (2), e0245692.

Finance and Accounting Group

Yang, X., Liu, Y., Thrän, D., Bezama, A., Wang, M. (2021), Effects of the German Renewable Energy Sources Act and environmental, social and economic factors on biogas plant adoption and agricultural land use change, Energy, Sustainability and Society, Vol. 11 (1), 6.

Finance and Accounting Group

Nerger, G.-L., Huynh, T. L. D., Wang, M. (2021), Which industries benefited from Trump environmental policy news? evidence from industrial stock market reactions, Research in International Business and Finance, Vol. 57, 101418.

Finance and Accounting Group

Chen, D., Peng, D., Rieger, M., Wang, M. (2021), Institutional and cultural determinants of speed of government responses during COVID-19 pandemic, Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, Vol. 8, 171.

Finance and Accounting Group

Rieger, M., Wang, M. (2021), Cognitive reflection and theory of mind of go players, Advances in Cognitive Psychology, Vol. 17 (2), pp. 117-128.

Finance and Accounting Group

Foecking, N., Wang, M., Huynh, T. L. D. (2021), How do investors react to the data breaches news? empirical evidence from Facebook Inc. during the years 2016–2019, Technology in Society, Vol. 67, 101717.

Finance and Accounting Group

How do thinking style and motivation influence household sector innovation?

Tian, G., Wang, M., Rieger, M., Block, J. (2021), How do thinking style and motivation influence household sector innovation? evidence from a cross-country survey, International Review of Entrepreneurship, Vol. 19 (2), pp. 201-224.

Finance and Accounting Group

Wang, M., Rieger, M., Hausmann, D. (2021), Pre-decisional information acquisition: why do we pay too much for information?, Journal of Economic Psychology, Vol. 86, 102411.

Finance and Accounting Group

Wang, M., Rieger, M., Reinhardt, D., Massloch, M. (2021), Opinions on technology: a cultural divide between East Asia and Germany?, Review of Behavioral Economics, Vol. 8 (1), pp. 73-110.

Finance and Accounting Group

Liu, Y., Yang, X., Wang, M. (2021), Global transmission of returns among financial, traditional energy, renewable energy and carbon markets: new evidence, Energies, Vol. 14 (21), 7286.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Rettberg, F., Witt, P. (2021), Access to government support for innovation – empirical evidence from the Ruhr area in Germany, Journal of Enterprising Culture, Vol. 29 (2), pp. 161-182.

Finance and Accounting Group

Aktas, N., Boone, A., Witkowski, A., Xu, G., Yurtoglu, B. (2021), The role of internal M&A teams in takeovers, Review of Finance, Vol. 25 (4), pp. 1047–1088.

Finance and Accounting Group

Ararat, M., Yurtoglu, B. (2021), Female directors, board committees, and firm performance: time-series evidence from Turkey, Emerging Markets Review, Vol. 48, 100768.

Finance and Accounting Group

Ararat, M., Claessens, S., Yurtoglu, B. (2021), Corporate governance in emerging markets: a selective review and an agenda for future research, Emerging Markets Review, Vol. 48, 100767.

Finance and Accounting Group

Karaevli, A., Yurtoglu, B. (2021), Family ownership, market development, and internationalization of Turkish business groups (1925-2017), Journal of World Business, Vol. 56 (6), 101264.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Elhorst, P., Faems, D. (2021), Evaluating proposals in innovation contests: exploring negative scoring spillovers in the absence of a strict evaluation sequence, Research Policy, Vol. 50 (4), 104198.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Post, C., Muzio, D., Sarala, R., Wei, L., Faems, D. (2021), Theorizing diversity in management studies: new perspectives and future directions, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 58 (8), pp. 2003-2023.

Finance and Accounting Group

Aktas, N., Boone, A., Croci, E., Signori, A. (2021), Reductions in CEO career horizons and corporate policies, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 66, 101862.

Finance and Accounting Group

Aktas, N., Petmezas, D., Servaes, H., Karampatsas, N. (2021), Credit ratings and acquisitions, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 69, 101986.

Finance and Accounting Group

Aktas, N., Croci, E., Ozbas, O., Petmezas, D. (2021), Executive compensation and deployment of corporate resources: evidence from working capital, Review of Corporate Finance, Vol. 1 (1-2), pp. 43-80.

Economics Group

Pollack, J., Maula, M., Allison, T., Renko, M., Günther, C. (2021), Making a contribution to entrepreneurship research by studying crowd-funded entrepreneurial opportunities, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 45 (2), pp. 247-262.

Marketing and Sales Group

Troebs, C.-C., Wagner, T., Herzog, W. (2021), Do customer discounts affect frontline employees?, Journal of Service Research, Vol. 24 (3), pp. 390-404.

Finance and Accounting Group

Andres, C., Betzer, A., Doumet, M. (2021), Measuring changes in credit risk: the case of CDS event studies, Global Finance Journal, Vol. 49, 100647.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Lehmann-Willenbrock, N., Wenzel, R., Voelpel, S. (2021), Age diversity and learning outcomes in organizational training groups: the role of knowledge sharing and psychological safety, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol. 32 (18), pp. 3777-3804.

Management Group

Burmeister, A., Gerpott, F., Hirschi, A., Scheibe, S., Pak, K., Kooij, D. (2021), Reaching the heart or the mind? Test of two theory-based training programs to improve interactions between age-diverse coworkers, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Vol. 20 (2), pp. 203-232.

Management Group

Fasbender, U., Gerpott, F. (2021), To share or not to share: a social-cognitive internalization model to explain how age discrimination impairs older employees’ knowledge sharing with younger colleagues, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, Vol. 30 (1), pp. 125-142.

Management Group

Schlamp, S., Gerpott, F., Voelpel, S. (2021), Same talk, different reaction? Communication, emergent leadership and gender, Journal of Managerial Psychology, Vol. 36 (1), pp. 51-74.

Management Group

Fasbender, U., Gerpott, F., Unger, D. (2021), Give and take? Knowledge exchange between older and younger employees as a function of generativity and development striving, Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. 25 (10), pp. 2420-2443.

Management Group

Wer führt hier wen und wozu führt das?

Gerpott, F., Kerschreiter, R. (2021), Wer führt hier wen und wozu führt das? eine 3x3 Matrix (in)formeller Führung, PERSONALquarterly : Wissenschaftsjournal für die Personalpraxis, Vol. 73 (4), pp. 22-27.

Finance and Accounting Group

Ammann, M., Schaub, N. (2021), Do individual investors trade on investment-related internet postings?, Management Science, Vol. 67 (9), pp. 5679-5702.

Finance and Accounting Group

Dierynck, B., Van Pelt, V. (2021), The sorting benefits of discretionary adjustment to performance-based pay, Management Accounting Research, Vol. 52, 100755.

Supply Chain Management Group

Strauss, A., Gülpinar, N., Zheng, Y. (2021), Dynamic pricing of flexible time slots for attended home delivery, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 294 (3), pp. 1022-1041.

Supply Chain Management Group

Demirbilek, M., Branke, J., Strauss, A. (2021), Home healthcare routing and scheduling of multiple nurses in a dynamic environment, Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal, Vol. 33 (1), pp. 253–280.

Supply Chain Management Group

Lu, J., Kaufmann, L., Carter, C. (2021), How informal exchanges impact formal sourcing collaboration (and what supply managers can do about it), Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 57 (4), pp. 26-62.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Strauß, P., Greven, A., Brettel, M. (2021), Determining the influence of national culture: insights into entrepreneurs’ collective identity and effectuation, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, Vol. 17 (2), pp. 981–1006.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Fischer, D., Prasuhn, J., Strese, S., Brettel, M. (2021), The role of social media for radical innovation in the new digital age, International Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 25 (7), 2150075.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Fischer, D., Greven, A., Tornow, M., Brettel, M. (2021), On the value of effectuation processes for R&D alliances and the moderating role of R&D alliance experience, Journal of Business Research, Vol. 135, pp. 606-619.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

30 years of entrepreneurial team research

Schoss , S., Brettel, M., Mauer, R. (2021), 30 years of entrepreneurial team research: review and suggestions for developing the field, Science Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 9 (3), pp. 162-177.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Fischer-Kreer, D., Greven, A., Eichwald, I. C., Bendig, D., Brettel, M. (2021), Organizational psychological capital in family firms: the role of family firm heterogeneity, Schmalenbach Business Review, Vol. 73 (3-4), pp. 413–441.

Marketing and Sales Group

Fassnacht, M., Dahm, J.-M. (2021), Growing luxury brands by increasing the price: does the Veblen effect exist?, Luxury Research Journal, Vol. 2 (1/2), pp. 99-139.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Neumann, C. (2021), Tail risk in the european sovereign bond market during the financial crises: detecting the influence of the European Central Bank, Global Finance Journal, Vol. 50, 100505.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Neugebauer, F., Kilinc, M. (2021), ECB's communication and the yield curve: core versus periphery effects, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 28 (8), pp. 630-634.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Mai, N., Mohr, O. (2021), Recession probabilities for the Eurozone at the zero lower bound: challenges to the term spread and rise of alternatives, Journal of Forecasting, Vol. 40 (6), pp. 1000-1026.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Neugebauer, F., Zimmermann, L. (2021), Reactions of Euro area government yields to Covid-19 related policy measure announcements by the European Commission and the European Central Bank, Finance Research Letters, Vol. 42, 101917.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Neugebauer, F. (2021), Inflationsentwicklung in Zeiten von Corona, Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium, Vol. 50 (6), pp. 27-35.

Economics Group

Ambros, M., Frenkel, M., Huynh, T. L. D., Kilinc, M. (2021), COVID-19 pandemic news and stock market reaction during the onset of the crisis: evidence from high-frequency data, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 28 (19), pp. 1686-1689.

Economics Group

Private, öffentliche und andere Güter

Frenkel, M., Stefan, H. (2021), Private, öffentliche und andere Güter, Das Wirtschaftsstudium, Vol. 50 (1), pp. 104-109.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M. (2021), Bidens Wirtschaftspolitik: nicht alles anders!, Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium, Vol. 50 (4), pp. 42-45.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M., Ngo, T. (2021), Das RCEP-Abkommen und dessen Bedeutung für die EU, Wirtschaftsdienst : Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik, Vol. 101 (6), pp. 432–438.

Economics Group

Public debt reduction efforts in South East Asia – which strategy works?

Frenkel, M., Walter, B., Zimmermann, L. (2021), Public debt reduction efforts in South East Asia – which strategy works?, Review of Economics and Finance , Vol. 19 (1), pp. 196-202.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M. (2021), Why an unconditional basic income is highly problematic: general considerations and quantitative implications for the case of Germany, Journal for Markets and Ethics = Zeitschrift für Marktwirtschaft und Ethik, Vol. 9 (1), pp. 1-13.

Economics Group

Milan, V., Fetzer, S., Hagist, C. (2021), Healing, surviving, or dying? – projecting the German future disease burden using a Markov illness-death model, BMC Public Health, Vol. 21 (#123).

Economics Group

Hagist, C. (2021), Riester reformieren oder revolutionieren – das ist hier die Frage, Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik, Vol. 69 (3), pp. 233-238.

Economics Group

Fetzer, S., Hagist, C. (2021), Vorschlag zur Reform der Pflegeversicherung – funktioniert die Soziale Marktwirtschaft noch?, Wirtschaftsdienst : Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik, Vol. 101 (2), pp. 134-137.

Economics Group

Hagist, C., Seuffert, S. (2021), Doppelte Haltelinie und steigende Pflegebeitragssätze: ein impliziter Bundeszuschuss zur Pflegeversicherung der RentnerInnen, Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik, Vol. 22 (1), pp. 54-66.

Marketing and Sales Group

Herzog, W., Hattula, J., Dahl, D. (2021), Marketers project their personal preferences onto consumers: overcoming the threat of egocentric decision making, Journal of Marketing Research, Vol. 58 (3), pp. 456-475.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Riar, F., Hienerth, C., Berg Jensen, M. (2021), Digital due diligence activities and goal setting in equity crowdfunding: exploring the differences between novice and experienced investors, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, Vol. 13 (1), pp. 1-26.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Keinz, P., Hienerth, C., Gemünden, H., Killen, C., Sicotte, H. (2021), Guest editorial: special issue - Managing open and user innovation by projects: sensing, seizing and transforming, International Journal of Project Management, Vol. 39 (2), pp. 97-101.

Supply Chain Management Group

Mönch, T., Huchzermeier, A., Bebersdorf, P. (2021), Variable takt times in mixed-model assembly line balancing with random customisation, International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 59 (15), pp. 4670 - 4689.

Supply Chain Management Group

Von Mutius, B., Huchzermeier, A. (2021), Customer-centric category selection for mobile and print promotions in loyalty reward programs, Naval Research Logistics, Vol. 68 (6), pp. 683-700.

Supply Chain Management Group

Wang, J., Zhao, L., Huchzermeier, A. (2021), Operations-finance interface in risk management: research evolution and opportunities, Production and Operations Management, Vol. 30 (2), pp. 355-389.

Supply Chain Management Group

Mönch, T., Huchzermeier, A., Bebersdorf, P. (2021), Variable takt time groups and workload equilibrium, International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 59 (15), pp. 4670-4689.

Supply Chain Management Group

Von Mutius, B., Huchzermeier, A. (2021), Customized targeting strategies for category coupons to maximize CLV and minimize cost, Journal of Retailing, Vol. 97 (4), pp. 764-779.

Supply Chain Management Group

Wolters, J., Huchzermeier, A. (2021), Joint in-season and out-of-season promotion demand forecasting in a retail environment, Journal of Retailing, Vol. 97 (4), pp. 726-745.

Supply Chain Management Group

Huchzermeier, A., Bebersdorf, P. (2021), Wie man uneingeschränkte Kundenorientierung ohne Zielkonflikte zwischen Produktion und Marketing erreicht (oder wie die Produktion von morgen aussehen sollte), Wirtschaftsinformatik & Management, Vol. 13 (5), pp. 360–369.

Finance and Accounting Group

Jacob, M., Rohlfing-Bastian, A., Sandner, K. (2021), Why do not all firms engage in tax avoidance?, Review of Managerial Science, Vol. 15 (2), pp. 459–495.

Finance and Accounting Group

Jacob, M. (2021), Dividend taxes, employment, and firm productivity, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 69, 102040.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J. (2021), Endogenous formation of entrepreneurial networks, Small Business Economics, Vol. 56 (1), pp. 39-64.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J. (2021), The ball is round, the game lasts 90 minutes, everything else is pure theory, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 22 (1), pp. 27-74.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J., Reik, S., Ressi, A. (2021), The information paradox in a monopolist’s credence goods market, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol. 75, 102694.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J. (2021), Competitive balance and the away goals rule during extra time, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 22 (7), pp. 823-863.

Management Group

Czerny, A., Jost, P.-J., Lang, H., Mantin, B. (2021), Carrier collaboration with endogenous networks: or, the limits of what carrier collaboration can achieve under antitrust immunity, Journal of Air Transport Management, Vol. 94 (#102060).

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bertschi-Michel, A., Sieger, P., Kammerlander, N. (2021), Succession in family-owned SMEs: the impact of advisors, Small Business Economics, Vol. 56 (4), pp. 1531–1551.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Wiedeler, C., Kammerlander, N. (2021), Learning the ropes of entrepreneurship: understanding internal corporate venturing for family firms from an entrepreneurial learning perspective, Review of Managerial Science, Vol. 15 (3), pp. 669–703.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Soluk, J., Kammerlander, N. (2021), Digital transformation in family-owned Mittelstand firms: a dynamic capabilities perspective, European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 30 (6), pp. 676-711.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Soluk, J., Kammerlander, N., De Massis, A. (2021), Exogenous shocks and the adaptive capacity of family firms: exploring behavioral changes and digital technologies in the COVID‐19 pandemic, R&D Management, Vol. 51 (4), pp. 364-380.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Soluk, J., Kammerlander, N., Darwin, S. (2021), Digital entrepreneurship in developing countries: the role of institutional voids, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 170, 120876.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Waldkirch, M., Kammerlander, N., Wiedeler, C. (2021), Configurations for corporate venture innovation: investigating the role of the dominant coalition, Journal of Business Venturing, Vol. 36 (5), 106137.

Supply Chain Management Group

Ried, L., Eckerd, S., Kaufmann, L., Carter, C. (2021), Spillover effects of information leakages in buyer-supplier-supplier triads, Journal of Operations Management, Vol. 67 (3), pp. 280-306.

Supply Chain Management Group

Eckerd, S., Duhadway, S., Bendoly, E., Carter, C., Kaufmann, L. (2021), On making experimental design choices: discussions on the use and challenges of demand effects, incentives, deception, samples, and vignettes, Journal of Operations Management, Vol. 67 (2), pp. 261-275.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Madison, K., Eddleston, K., Kellermanns, F., Powell, G. (2021), Kinship and gender in family firms: new insights into employees’ organizational citizenship behavior, Family Business Review, Vol. 34 (3), pp. 270-295.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Hernández-Linares, R., Kellermanns, F., Lopez-Fernandez, M. (2021), Dynamic capabilities and SME performance: the moderating effect of market orientation, Journal of Small Business Management, Vol. 59 (1), pp. 162-195.

Management Group

Seidl, D., Lê, J., Jarzabkowski, P. (2021), The generative potential of Niklas Luhmann's theorizing for paradox research: decision paradox and deparadoxization, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 73b, pp. 49-64.

Management Group

Pradies, C., Aust-Gronarz, I., Bednarek, R., Brandl, J., Carmine, S., Cheal, J., Pina E Cunha, M., Gaim, M., Keegan, A., Lê, J., Miron-Spektor, E., Nielsen, R. K., Pouthier, V., Sharma, G., Sparr, J. L., Vince, R., Keller, J. (2021), The lived experience of paradox: how individuals navigate tensions during the pandemic crisis, Journal of Management Inquiry, Vol. 30 (2), pp. 154-167.

Management Group

Loscher, G., Löhlein, L., Lenz, H. (2021), Dual roles and blurred identities: a framing contest between professional associations in a local strategic action field, European Accounting Review, Vol. 30 (3), pp. 503-529.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Feldman, M., Ozcan, S., Reichstein, T. (2021), Variation in organizational practices: are startups really different?, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Vol. 31 (1), pp. 1-31.

Finance and Accounting Group

Bams, D., Pisa, M., Wolff, C. (2021), Spillovers to small business credit risk, Small Business Economics, Vol. 57 (1), pp. 323–352.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

De Groote, J., Kleindienst, I., Högl, M., Schweizer, D., Laamanen, T. (2021), Similarity perceptions in investor reactions to acquisition announcements, Long Range Planning, Vol. 54 (1), 101946.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

De Groote, J., Bertschi-Michel, A. (2021), From intention to trust to behavioral trust: trust building in family business advising, Family Business Review, Vol. 34 (2), pp. 132-153.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

De Groote, J., Conrad, W., Hack, A. (2021), How can family businesses survive disruptive industry changes? Insights from the traditional mail order industry, Review of Managerial Science, Vol. 15 (8), pp. 2239–2273.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

De Groote, J., Gruetter, M., Koch, A. (2021), Everything comes at a price: the influence of job seekers' motives on preference in the trade-off between pay and leisure, German Journal of Human Resource Management : Zeitschrift für Personalforschung, Vol. 35 (4), pp. 385-408.

Economics Group

Rilke, R., Danilov, A., Weisel, O., Shalvi, S., Irlenbusch, B. (2021), When leading by example leads to less corrupt collaboration, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol. 188, pp. 288-306.

Management Group

Becker, S., Messner, M., Schäffer, U. (2020), The interplay of core and periphal actors in the trajectory of an accounting innovation: insights from beyond budgeting, Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 37 (4), pp. 2224-2256.

Management Group

Möller, K., Schäffer, U., Verbeeten, F. (2020), Digitalization in management accounting and control: an editorial, Journal of Management Control, Vol. 31 (1-2), pp. 1-8.

Finance and Accounting Group

Casi, E., Spengel, C., Stage, B. (2020), Cross-border tax evasion after the common reporting standard: game over?, Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 190, 104240.

Management Group

Kalish, Y. (2020), Stochastic actor-oriented models for the co-evolution of networks and behavior: an introduction and tutorial, Organizational Research Methods, Vol. 23 (3), pp. 511-534.

Marketing and Sales Group

Skiera, B., Schlereth, C., Oetzel, S. (2020), Pricing metrics and the impact of minimum and billing increments, Journal of Service Research, Vol. 23 (3), pp. 321-336.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Lenz, M., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2020), The impact of personality traits on talents’ performance throughout development phases: empirical evidence from professional football, Applied Economics, Vol. 52 (37), pp. 4073-4091.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Holzmayer, F., Schmidt, S. (2020), Financial performance and corporate diversification strategies in professional football: evidence from the English Premier League, Sport, Business and Management : an International Journal, Vol. 10 (3), pp. 291-315.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Holzmayer, F., Schmidt, S. (2020), Dynamic managerial capabilities, firm resources, and related business diversification - evidence from the English Premier League, Journal of Business Research, Vol. 117, pp. 132-143.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Streicher, T., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2020), Anticipated feelings and support for public mega projects: hosting the Olympic Games, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 158, 120158.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Frevel, N., Beiderbeck, D., Schmidt, S., Penkert, B. (2020), Die SportsTech Matrix – ein strukturierendes Element für eine aufstrebende Branche, Wirtschaftsinformatik & Management, Vol. 12 (5), pp. 332–341.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Frevel, N., Schreyer, D. (2020), Behavioral responses to terrorist attacks: empirical evidence from professional football, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 27 (3), pp. 244-247.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Meier, H., Schreyer, D., Jetzke, M. (2020), German Handball TV demand: did it pay for the Handball-Bundesliga to move from free- to pay-TV?, European Sport Management Quarterly, Vol. 20 (5), pp. 618-635.

Supply Chain Management Group

Maecker, S., Shen, L. (2020), Solving parallel machine problems with delivery times and tardiness objectives, Annals of Operations Research, Vol. 285 (1-2), pp. 315–334.

Supply Chain Management Group

Ding, J., Shen, L., Lü, Z., Xu, L., Benlic, U. (2020), A hybrid memetic algorithm for the parallel machine scheduling problem with job deteriorating effects, IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computational Intelligence, Vol. 4 (3), pp. 385-397.

Supply Chain Management Group

Schulz, S., Buscher, U., Shen, L. (2020), Multi-objective hybrid flow shop scheduling with variable discrete production speed levels and time-of-use energy prices, Journal of Business Economics : JBE = Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft : ZfB, Vol. 90 (9), pp. 1315–1343.

Supply Chain Management Group

Baller, R., Hage, S., Fontaine, P., Spinler, S. (2020), The assembly line feeding problem: an extended formulation with multiple line feeding policies and a case study, International Journal of Production Economics, Vol. 222, 107489.

Supply Chain Management Group

Werning, J. P., Spinler, S. (2020), Transition to the circular economy on firm level: barrier identification and prioritization along the value chain, Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 245, 118609.

Supply Chain Management Group

Haehl, C., Spinler, S. (2020), Technology choice under emission regulation uncertainty in international container shipping, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 284 (1), pp. 383-396.

Supply Chain Management Group

Anderhofstadt, B., Spinler, S. (2020), Preferences for autonomous and alternative fuel-powered heavy-duty trucks in Germany, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Vol. 79, 102232.

Supply Chain Management Group

Stein, N., Spinler, S., Vanthournout, H. (2020), Face-to-face communication as a tool to support second-hand fashion sales: a field experiment at fashion week in Berlin, Sustainability / Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, Vol. 12 (5), 1758.

Supply Chain Management Group

Stein, N., Spinler, S., Vanthournout, H., Blass, V. (2020), Consumer perception of online attributes in circular economy activities, Sustainability / Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, Vol. 12 (5), 1914.

Supply Chain Management Group

Melkonyan, A., Gruchmann, T., Lohmar, F., Kamath, V., Spinler, S. (2020), Sustainability assessment of last-mile logistics and distribution strategies: the case of local food networks, International Journal of Production Economics, Vol. 228, 107746.

Supply Chain Management Group

Kluge, U., Ringbeck, J., Spinler, S. (2020), Door-to-door travel in 2035: a Delphi study, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 120096.

Supply Chain Management Group

Cichosz, M., Wallenburg, C. M., Knemeyer, M. (2020), Digital transformation at logistics service providers: barriers, success factors, and leading practices, The International Journal of Logistics Management, Vol. 31 (2), pp. 209-238.

Finance and Accounting Group

Huynh, T. L. D., Burggraf, T., Wang, M. (2020), Gold, platinum, and expected Bitcoin returns, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, Vol. 56, 100628.

Finance and Accounting Group

Schell, D., Wang, M., Huynh, T. L. D. (2020), This time is indeed different: a study on global market reactions to public health crisis, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, Vol. 27, 100349.

Finance and Accounting Group

Rieger, M., Wang, M. (2020), Secret erosion of the "lockdown"? Patterns in daily activities during the SARS-Cov2 pandemics around the world, Review of Behavioral Economics, Vol. 7 (3), pp. 223-235.

Finance and Accounting Group

Huynh, T. L. D., Wang, M., Rieger, M. (2020), How does the email matter to the civic honesty? A comment on Cohn et al. (2019), Business and Society Review, Vol. 125 (4), pp. 387-391.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Döring, H., Witt, P. (2020), Knowledge management in family businesses - empirical evidence from Germany, Knowledge Management Research & Practice, Vol. 18 (2), pp. 175-187.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bix, S., Witt, P. (2020), Introducing constraints to improve new product development performance, Research-Technology Management, Vol. 63 (5), pp. 29-37.

Finance and Accounting Group

Black, B., Gledson De Carvalho, A., Khanna, V., Kim, W., Yurtoglu, B. (2020), Which aspects of corporate governance do and do not matter in emerging markets, Journal of Law, Finance, and Accounting, Vol. 5 (1), pp. 137-177.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Faems, D., Bos, B., Noseleit, F., Leten, B. (2020), Multistep knowledge transfer in MNC networks: when do subsidiaries benefit from unconnected sister alliances?, Journal of Management, Vol. 46 (3), pp. 414-442.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Yan, Y., Dong, J. Q., Faems, D. (2020), Not every coopetitor is the same: the impact of technological market and geographical overlap with coopetitors on firms´ breakthrough inventions, Long Range Planning, Vol. 53 (1), 101873.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Balau, G., Van Der Bij, H., Faems, D. (2020), Should SMEs get out of the building? examining the role of customer co‐creation on radical organizational creativity, R&D Management, Vol. 50 (4), pp. 535-547.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Brattström, A., Faems, D. (2020), Inter-organizational relationships as political battlefields: how fragmentation within organizations shapes relational dynamics between organizations, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 63 (5), pp. 1591–1620.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Ahlstrom, D., Arregle, J.-L., Hitt, M., Qian, G., Ma, X., Faems, D. (2020), Managing technological, sociopolitical, and institutional change in the new normal, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 57 (3), pp. 411-437.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Faems, D. (2020), Moving forward quantitative research on innovation management: a call for an inductive turn on using and presenting quantitative research, R&D Management, Vol. 50 (3), pp. 352-363.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kok, H., Faems, D., De Faria, P. (2020), Ties that matter: the impact of alliance partner knowledge recombination novelty on knowledge utilization in R&D alliances, Research Policy, Vol. 49 (7), 104011.

Economics Group

Gottschalck, N., Günther, C., Kellermanns, F. (2020), For whom are family-owned firms good employers? An exploratory study of the turnover intentions of blue- and white-collar workers in family-owned and non-family-owned firms, Journal of Family Business Strategy, Vol. 11 (3), 100281.

Marketing and Sales Group

Linzmajer, M., Brach, S., Walsh, G., Wagner, T. (2020), Customer ethnic bias in service encounters, Journal of Service Research, Vol. 23 (2), pp. 194-210.

Marketing and Sales Group

Wagner, T., Korschun, D., Troebs, C.-C. (2020), Deconstructing corporate hypocrisy: a delineation of its behavioral, moral, and attributional facets, Journal of Business Research, Vol. 114, pp. 385-394.

Marketing and Sales Group

Lechermeier, J., Fassnacht, M., Wagner, T. (2020), Testing the influence of real-time performance feedback on employees in digital services, Journal of Service Management, Vol. 31 (3), pp. 345-371.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Fasbender, U., Burmeister, A. (2020), Respectful leadership and followers’ knowledge sharing: a social mindfulness lens, Human Relations, Vol. 73 (6), pp. 789-810.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Lehmann-Willenbrock, N., Scheibe, S. (2020), Is work and aging research a science of questionnaires? Moving the field forward by considering perceived versus actual behaviors, Work, Aging and Retirement, Vol. 6 (2).

Management Group

Columbus, S., Münich, J., Gerpott, F. (2020), Playing a different game: situation perception mediates framing effects on cooperative behaviour, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 90, 104006.

Marketing and Sales Group

Premiumization as a profit growth strategy

Schmitz, A.-K., Fassnacht, M. (2020), Premiumization as a profit growth strategy: a framework of strategic options, Marketing Review St. Gallen, Vol. 37 (3).

Supply Chain Management Group

Klein, R., Koch, S., Steinhardt, C., Strauss, A. (2020), A review of revenue management: recent generalizations and advances in industry applications, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 284 (2), pp. 397-412.

Supply Chain Management Group

Starita, S., Strauss, A., Fei, X., Jovanovic, R., Ivanov, N., Pavlovic, G., Fichert, F. (2020), Air traffic control capacity planning under demand and capacity provision uncertainty, Transportation Science, Vol. 54 (4), pp. 882-896.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Fischer, D., Mauer, R., Brettel, M. (2020), The three dimensions of sustainability: a delicate balancing act for entrepreneuers made more complex by stakeholder expectation, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 163 (1), pp. 87–106.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Paluch, S., Antons, D., Brettel, M., Hopp, C., Salge, T.-O., Piller, F., Wentzel, D. (2020), Stage-gate and agile development in the digital age: promises, perils, and boundary conditions, Journal of Business Research, Vol. 110, pp. 495-501.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Greven, A., Strese, S., Brettel, M. (2020), Determining scientists' academic engagement: perceptions of academic chairs' entrepreneurial orientation and network capabilities, The Journal of Technology Transfer, Vol. 45 (5), pp. 1376–1404.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bockholdt, K., Kemper, J., Brettel, M. (2020), Private label shoppers between fast fashion trends and status symbolism - a customer characteristics investigation, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, Vol. 52, 101883.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Knein, E., Greven, A., Bendig, D., Brettel, M. (2020), Culture and cross-functional coopetition: the interplay of organizational and national culture, Journal of International Management, Vol. 26 (2), 100731.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bendig, D., Foege, J., Endriß, S., Brettel, M. (2020), The effect of family involvement on innovation outcomes: the moderating role of board social capital, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Vol. 37 (3), pp. 249-272.

Supply Chain Management Group

Buisman, M., Haijema, R., Hendrix, E. (2020), Retailer replenishment policies with one-way consumer-based substitution to increase profit and reduce food waste, Logistics Research / BVL, Vol. 13 (1), 7.

Supply Chain Management Group

Minder voedselverspilling door een dynamische houdbaarheidsdatum en korting

Buisman, M., Haijema, R., Bloemhof-Ruwaard, J. (2020), Minder voedselverspilling door een dynamische houdbaarheidsdatum en korting, StAtOR / Vereiniging voor Statistiek en Operationele Research, Vol. 21 (2), pp. 4-9.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Querbach, S., Bird, M., Kraft, P., Kammerlander, N. (2020), When the former CEO stays on board: the role of the predecessor’s board retention for product innovation in family firms, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Vol. 37 (2), pp. 184-207.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Lampe, J., Kraft, P., Bausch, A. (2020), Mapping the field of research on entrepreneurial organizations (1937–2016): a bibliometric analysis and research agenda, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 44 (4), pp. 784-816.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Back, P., Rosing, K., Dickler, T., Kraft, P., Bausch, A. (2020), CEOs’ temporal focus, firm strategic change, and performance: insights from a paradox perspective, European Management Journal, Vol. 38 (6), pp. 884-899.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Ardito, L., Ernst, H., Petruzzelli, A. M. (2020), The interplay between technology characteristics, R&D internationalisation, and new product introduction: empirical evidence from the energy conservation sector, Technovation, Vol. 96-97, 102144.

Economics Group

Burggraf, T., Fendel, R., Huynh, T. L. D. (2020), Political news and stock prices: evidence from Trump’s trade war, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 27 (18), pp. 1485-1488.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Neugebauer, F. (2020), Country-specific Euro area government bond yield reactions to ECB's non-standard monetary policy program announcements, German Economic Review, Vol. 21 (4), pp. 417-474.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Heins , J., Mohr, O. (2020), The effect of the ECB's forward guidance on interest rates forecasts, International Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 12 (8), pp. 52-64.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Mai, N., Mohr, O. (2020), The shape of Eurozone's uncertainty: its impact and predictive value on GDP, Applied Economics and Finance, Vol. 7 (6), pp. 1-18.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M., Mauch, M., Rülke, J.-C. (2020), Do forecasters of major exchange markets herd?, Economic Modelling, Vol. 84, pp. 214-221.

Economics Group

Warum der wirtschaftliche Einbruch durch die Covid-19 Pandemie in Deutschland viel deutlicher als bisher angenommen ausfallen kann

Frenkel, M., Stefan, H. (2020), Warum der wirtschaftliche Einbruch durch die Covid-19 Pandemie in Deutschland viel deutlicher als bisher angenommen ausfallen kann: Blogbeitrag vom 01. Mai 2020, Wirtschaftliche Freiheit - das ordnungspolitische Journal.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M., Collingro, F. (2020), On the financial market impact of Euro area monetary policy: a comparative study before and after the global financial crisis, Global Finance Journal, Vol. 45, 100480.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M., Zimmermann, L. (2020), What drives Germany´s exports?, International Journal of Management and Economics, Vol. 56 (2), pp. 99-108.

Economics Group

Ein "Reshoring" medizinischer Produkte als Antwort auf die Corona-Krise?

Frenkel, M. (2020), Ein "Reshoring" medizinischer Produkte als Antwort auf die Corona-Krise? Blogbeitrag vom 29.10.2020, Wirtschaftliche Freiheit - das ordnungspolitische Journal.

Finance and Accounting Group

Glaum, M. (2020), Financial reporting in non-listed family firms: insights from interviews with CFOs, Schmalenbach Business Review, Vol. 72 (2), pp. 225-270.

Economics Group

Bahnsen, L., Fetzer, S., Franke, F., Hagist, C. (2020), Gone with the windfall: Germany's second LTC strengthening act and its intergenerational implications, Journal of the Economics of Ageing, Vol. 17, 100254.

Economics Group

Bührer, C., Fetzer, S., Hagist, C. (2020), Adverse selection in the German health insurance system: the case of civil servants, Health Policy, Vol. 124 (8), pp. 888-894.

Economics Group

Heidel, A., Hagist, C. (2020), Potential benefits and risks resulting from the introduction of health apps and wearables into the German statutory health care system: scoping review, JMIR mHealth and uHealth, Vol. 8 (9), e16444.

Economics Group

Wedel, P., Hagist, C. (2020), Economic value of data and analytics for health care providers: hermeneutic systematic literature review, Journal of Medical Internet Research, Vol. 22 (11), e23315.

Marketing and Sales Group

Effect sizes in experimental consumer psychology are underestimated

Herzog, W., Beisecker, C. (2020), Effect sizes in experimental consumer psychology are underestimated: introducing a simple correction, Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 48, pp. 402-403.

Marketing and Sales Group

Do survey invitations affect non-respondents?

Schmidt, K., Herzog, W., Hammerschmidt, M., Morwitz, V. G. (2020), Do survey invitations affect non-respondents?, Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 48, pp. 656-657.

Supply Chain Management Group

Huchzermeier, A., Mönch, T., Bebersdorf, P. (2020), The Fendt ‘VarioTakt’: revolutionizing mixed-model assembly line production: case article, INFORMS Transactions on Education, Vol. 20 (3), pp. 134-140.

Supply Chain Management Group

Huchzermeier, A., Mönch, T., Bebersdorf, P. (2020), The Fendt ‘VarioTakt’: revolutionizing mixed-model assembly line production: case, INFORMS Transactions on Education, Vol. 20 (3), pp. 141-153.

Supply Chain Management Group

Smirnov, D., Huchzermeier, A. (2020), Analytics for labor planning in systems with load-dependent service times, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 287 (2), pp. 668-681.

Supply Chain Management Group

Difrancesco, R., Huchzermeier, A. (2020), Multichannel retail competition with product returns: effects of restocking fee legislation, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, Vol. 43, 100993.

Supply Chain Management Group

Cohen, M. A., Cui, S., Doetsch, S., Ernst, R., Huchzermeier, A., Kouvelis, P., Lee, H. L., Matsuo, H., Tsay, A. (2020), Putting supply chain resilience theory into practise, SSRN eLibrary / Social Science Research Network.

Finance and Accounting Group

Gallemore, J., Jacob, M. (2020), Corporate tax enforcement externalities and the banking sector, Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 58 (5), pp. 1117-1159.

Finance and Accounting Group

Alexander Vincenzo, A., De Vito, A., Jacob, M. (2020), Corporate tax reforms and tax-motivated profit shifting: evidence from the EU, Accounting and Business Research, Vol. 50 (4), pp. 309-341.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J., Süsser, T. (2020), Company-customer interaction in mass customization, International Journal of Production Economics, Vol. 220, 107454.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J., Pünder, J., Schulze-Lohoff, I. (2020), Fake news - does perception matter more than the truth?, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Vol. 85, 101513.

Management Group

Jost, P.-J., Rohlfing-Bastian, A., Wagenhofer, A. (2020), Special section: economic analyses in business administration: editorial, Schmalenbach Business Review, Vol. 72 (3), pp. 343-345.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Diaz-Moriana, V., Clinton, E., Kammerlander, N., Lumpkin, T., Craig, J. (2020), Innovation motives in family firms: a transgenerational view, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 44 (2), pp. 256-287.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bertschi-Michel, A., Kammerlander, N., Strike, V. (2020), Unearthing and alleviating emotions in family business successions, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 44 (1), pp. 81-108.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kotlar, J., De Massis, A., Frattini, F., Kammerlander, N. (2020), Motivation gaps and implementation traps: the paradoxical and time-varying effects of family ownership on firm absorptive capacity, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Vol. 37 (1), pp. 2-25.

Management Group

The four competencies every IT workforce needs

Karaevli, A., Ozcan, S., Wintermeyer, A. (2020), The four competencies every IT workforce needs: digital business demands technology staff skilled in new ways of working, MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 62 (1), pp. 54-58.

Supply Chain Management Group

Rottenburger, J., Kaufmann, L. (2020), Picking on the new kid: firm newness and deception in buyer–supplier negotiations, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Vol. 26 (1), 100527.

Supply Chain Management Group

Carter, C., Kaufmann, L., Ketchen, D. (2020), Expect the unexpected: toward a theory of the unintended consequences of sustainable supply chain management, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Vol. 40 (12), pp. 1857-1871.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Hernández-Linares, R., Kellermanns, F., Lopez-Fernandez, M., Sarkard, S. (2020), The effect of socioemotional wealth on the relationship between entrepreneurial orientation and family business performance, BRQ Business Research Quarterly, Vol. 23 (3), pp. 174-192.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Michel, A., Ahlers, O., Hack, A., Kellermanns, F. (2020), Who is the king of the hill? on bargaining power in private equity buyouts, Long Range Planning, Vol. 53 (2), 101859.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Simarasl, N., Jiang, D., Kellermanns, F., Debicki, B. (2020), Unmasking the social ghost in the machine: how the need to belong and family business potency affect family firm performance, Family Business Review, Vol. 33 (4), pp. 351-371.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Yu, X., Stanley, L., Li, Y., Eddleston, K., Kellermanns, F. (2020), The invisible hand of evolutionary psychology: the importance of kinship in first-generation family firms, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 44 (1), pp. 134-157.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Tabor, W., Madison, K., Marler, L., Kellermanns, F. (2020), The effects of spiritual leadership in family firms: a conservation of resources perspective, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 163 (4), pp. 729-743.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Xu, F., Kellermanns, F., Jin, L., Xi, J. (2020), Family support as social exchange in entrepreneurship: its moderating impact on entrepreneurial stressors-well-being relationships, Journal of Business Research, Vol. 120, pp. 59-73.

Management Group

Löhlein, L., Müßig, A. (2020), At the boundaries of institutional theorizing: individual entrepreneurship in episodes of regulatory change, Accounting, Organizations and Society, Vol. 83, 101102.

Management Group

Hengst, I.-A., Jarzabkowski, P., Högl, M., Müthel, M. (2020), Toward a process theory of making sustainability strategies legitimate in action, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 63 (1).

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Boone, C., Ozcan, S. (2020), Oppositional logics and the antecedents of hybridization: a country-level study of the diffusion of Islamic banking windows, 1975-2017, Organization Science, Vol. 31 (4), pp. 990-1011.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

De Groote, J., Backmann, J. (2020), Initiating open innovation collaborations between incumbents and startups: how can David and Goliath get along?, International Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 24 (2), 2050011.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schell, S., De Groote, J., Moog, P., Hack, A. (2020), Successor selection in family business: a signaling game, Journal of Family Business Strategy, Vol. 11 (3), 100286.

Management Group

Ressi, A. (2020), Discussion of "The market for reviews: strategic behavior of online product reviewers with monetary incentives", Schmalenbach Business Review, Vol. 72 (3), pp. 437–445.

Finance and Accounting Group

Kusen, A., Rudolf, M. (2019), Feedback trading: strategies during day and night with global interconnectedness, Research in International Business and Finance, Vol. 48, pp. 438-463.

Management Group

"Deutsche" Kostenrechnung - acht Empfehlungen zur Gestaltung ihrer Veränderung

Weber, J., Schäffer, U., Wiegmann, L. (2019), "Deutsche" Kostenrechnung - acht Empfehlungen zur Gestaltung ihrer Veränderung, Der Betrieb : Wochenschrift für Betriebswirtschaft, Steuerrecht, Wirtschaftsrecht, Arbeitsrecht, Vol. 72 (11), pp. 557-563.

Management Group

Nudelman, G., Kalish, Y., Shiloh, S. (2019), The centrality of health behaviours: a network analytic approach, British Journal of Health Psychology, Vol. 24 (1), pp. 215-236.

Management Group

April, S., Oliver, A. L., Kalish, Y. (2019), Organizational creativity-innovation process and breakthrough under time constraints: mid-point transformation, Creativity and Innovation Management, Vol. 28 (3), pp. 318-328.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D., Schmidt, S., Torgler, B. (2019), Football spectator no-show behavior, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 20 (4), pp. 580-602.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Streicher, T., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2019), Referenda on hosting the Olympics: what drives voter turnout?, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 20 (5), pp. 627-653.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bergmann, A., Schreyer, D. (2019), Factors that shape the demand for international football games across different age groups, International Journal of Sport Finance, Vol. 14 (1), pp. 13–23.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D. (2019), Football spectator no-show behavior in the German Bundesliga, Applied Economics, Vol. 51 (45), pp. 4882-4901.

Supply Chain Management Group

Ding, J., Shen, L., Lü, Z., Peng, B. (2019), Parallel machine scheduling with completion-time-based criteria and sequence-dependent deterioration, Computers & Operations Research, Vol. 103, pp. 35-45.

Supply Chain Management Group

Melkonyan, A., Krumme, K., Gruchmann, T., Spinler, S., Schumacher, T., Bleischwitz, R. (2019), Scenario and strategy planning for transformative supply chains within a sustainable economy, Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 231, pp. 144-160.

Supply Chain Management Group

Anderhofstadt, B., Spinler, S. (2019), Factors affecting the purchasing decision and operation of alternative fuel-powered heavy-duty trucks in Germany - a Delphi study, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Vol. 73, pp. 87-107.

Supply Chain Management Group

Fritschy, C., Spinler, S. (2019), The impact of autonomous trucks on business models in the automotive and logistics industry: a Delphi-based scenario study, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 148, 119736.

Supply Chain Management Group

Wallenburg, C. M., Johne, D., Cichosz, M., Goldsby, T., Knemeyer, A. (2019), Alignment mechanisms for supplier-initiated innovation: results from the logistics service industry, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Vol. 25 (5), 100575.

Finance and Accounting Group

Phan, T., Rieger, M., Wang, M. (2019), Segmentation of financial clients by attitudes and behavior: a comparison between Switzerland and Vietnam, International Journal of Bank Marketing, Vol. 37 (1), pp. 44-68.

Finance and Accounting Group

Gong, Y., Wang, M., Dlugosch, D. (2019), Impacts of ambiguity aversion and information uncertainty on momentum: an international study, Pacific Basin Finance Journal, Vol. 55, pp. 1-28.

Finance and Accounting Group

Wang, M., Mei, L., Rao, Y., Wang, J. (2019), Do investors post messages differently from mobile devices? the correlation between mobile internet messages posting and stock returns, International Review of Economics, Vol. 66 (4), pp. 423-452.

Finance and Accounting Group

Mahlich, J., Yurtoglu, B. (2019), Returns on different types of investment in the global pharmaceutical industry, Managerial and Decision Economics, Vol. 40 (1), pp. 16-36.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Brattström, A., Faems, D., Mähring, M. (2019), From trust convergence to trust divergence: trust development in conflictual interorganizational relationships, Organization Studies, Vol. 40 (11), pp. 1685-1711.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kok, H., Faems, D., De Faria, P. (2019), Dusting off the knowledge shelves: recombinant lag and the technological value of inventions, Journal of Management, Vol. 45 (7), pp. 2807-2836.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Balau, G., Faems, D., Van Der Bij, H. (2019), Team experiential cognitive style and team performance: the moderating impact of workplace setting, Creativity and Innovation Management, Vol. 28 (3), pp. 343-354.

Finance and Accounting Group

Aktas, N., Andreou, P., Karasamani, I., Philip, D. (2019), CEO duality, agency costs, and internal capital allocation efficiency, British Journal of Management, Vol. 30 (2), pp. 473-493.

Finance and Accounting Group

Aktas, N., Andries, K., Croci, E., Özdakak, A. (2019), Stock market development and the financing role of IPOs in acquisitions, Journal of Banking & Finance, Vol. 98, pp. 25-38.

Finance and Accounting Group

Aktas, N., Louca, C., Petmezas, D. (2019), CEO overconfidence and the value of corporate cash holdings, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 54, pp. 85-106.

Economics Group

Prause, M., Günther, C. (2019), Technology diffusion of industry 4.0: an agent-based approach, International Journal of Computational Economics and Econometrics, Vol. 9 (1/2), pp. 29-48.

Economics Group

Gjerløv-Juel, P., Günther, C. (2019), Early employment expansion and long-run survival: examining employee turnover as a context factor, Journal of Business Venturing, Vol. 34 (1), pp. 80-102.

Economics Group

Rau, S., Schneider-Siebke, V., Günther, C. (2019), Family firm values explaining family firm heterogeneity, Family Business Review, Vol. 32 (2), pp. 195-215.

Finance and Accounting Group

Andres, C., Betzer, A., Van Den Bongard, I., Goergen, M. (2019), Dividend policy, corporate control and the tax status of the controlling shareholder, Economia e Politica Industriale : Journal of Industrial and Business Economics, Vol. 46 (2), pp. 157–189.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Lehmann-Willenbrock, N., Voelpel, S., Van Vugt, M. (2019), It's not just what is said but when it's said: a temporal account of verbal behaviours and emergent leadership in self-managed teams, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 62 (3), pp. 717-738.

Management Group

Burmeister, A., Fasbender, U., Gerpott, F. (2019), Consequences of knowledge hiding: the differential compensatory effects of guilt and shame, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Vol. 92 (2), pp. 281-304.

Management Group

Gerpott, F., Van Quaquebeke, N., Schlamp, S., Voelpel, S. (2019), An identity perspective on ethical leadership to explain organizational citizenship behaviour: the interplay of follower moral identity and leader group prototypicality, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 156 (4), pp. 1063-1078.

Management Group

Beide Seiten einer Medaille

Gerpott, F., Burmeister, A., Fasbender, U. (2019), Beide Seiten einer Medaille: Umdenken im Wissenstransfer zwischen Generationen, Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell : Zeitschrift für Personal und Management.

Management Group

Klonek, F., Gerpott, F., Lehmann-Willenbrock, N., Parker, S. K. (2019), Time to go wild: how to conceptualize and measure process dynamics in real teams with high-resolution, Organizational Psychology Review, Vol. 9 (4), pp. 245–275.

Supply Chain Management Group

Ivanov, N., Jovanovic, R., Fichert, F., Strauss, A., Starita, S., Babic, O., Pavlovic, G. (2019), Coordinated capacity and demand management in a redesigned air traffic management value-chain, Journal of Air Transport Management, Vol. 75, pp. 139-152.

Supply Chain Management Group

Demirbilek, M., Branke, J., Strauss, A. (2019), Dynamically accepting and scheduling patients for home healthcare, Health Care Management Science, Vol. 22 (1), pp. 140–155.

Supply Chain Management Group

Kourentzes, N., Li, D., Strauss, A. (2019), Unconstraining methods for revenue management systems under small demand, Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, Vol. 18 (1), pp. 27-48.

Supply Chain Management Group

Lu, J., Kaufmann, L., Carter, C. (2019), Small talk, big impact – the influence of casual collegial advice on purchasing negotiations, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Vol. 25 (5), 100576.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Seeger, M. K., Kemper, J., Brettel, M. (2019), How information processing and mobile channel choice influence product returns: an empirical analysis, Psychology & Marketing, Vol. 36 (3).

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Waleczek, P., Von Den Driesch, T., Flatten, T., Brettel, M. (2019), On the dynamic bundles behind operations management and research and development, European Management Journal, Vol. 37 (2), pp. 175-187.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Eiteneyer, N., Bendig, D., Brettel, M. (2019), Social capital and the digital crowd: involving backers to promote new product innovativeness, Research Policy, Vol. 48 (8), 103744.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Pay now or pay later

Deufel, P., Kemper, J., Brettel, M. (2019), Pay now or pay later: a cross cultural perspective on online payments, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, Vol. 20 (3), pp. 141-154.

Supply Chain Management Group

Buisman, M., Haijema, R., Bloemhof-Ruwaard, J. (2019), Discounting and dynamic shelf life to reduce fresh food waste at retailers, International Journal of Production Economics, Vol. 209, pp. 274-284.

Supply Chain Management Group

Buisman, M., Haijema, R., Akkerman, R., Bloemhof-Ruwaard, J. (2019), Donation management for menu planning at soup kitchens, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 272 (1), pp. 324-338.

Supply Chain Management Group

Buisman, M., Jonkman, J. (2019), Dietary trends from 1950 to 2010: a Dutch cookbook analysis, Journal of Nutritional Science, Vol. 8.

Marketing and Sales Group

Fassnacht, M., Beatty, S. E., Szajna, M. (2019), Combating the negative effects of showrooming: successful salesperson tactics for converting showroomers into buyers, Journal of Business Research, Vol. 102, pp. 131-139.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Frenkel, M. (2019), 20 years of European Monetary Union: Editorial, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik = Journal of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 239 (5/6), pp. 765-767.

Economics Group

Fendel, R., Frenkel, M. (2019), Putting European monetary integration into a historical perspective: two decades of the European monetary system versus two decades of the European monetary union, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik = Journal of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 239 (5/6), pp. 769–795.

Economics Group

Frenkel, M., Walter, B. (2019), Do bilateral investment treaties attract foreign direct investment? the role of international dispute settlement provisions, The World Economy, Vol. 42 (5), pp. 1316-1342.

Marketing and Sales Group

Do humanized products create weak brands?

Beisecker, C., Herzog, W. (2019), Do humanized products create weak brands? The effect of product anthropomorphism on brand attitude certainty, Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 47, pp. 452-453.

Supply Chain Management Group

Zhao, L., Huchzermeier, A. (2019), Managing supplier financial distress with advance payment discount and purchase order financing, Omega, Vol. 88, pp. 77-90.

Supply Chain Management Group

Employee engagement guide for leaders

Huchzermeier, A., Mercikoglu, C., Scholz, T. (2019), Employee engagement guide for leaders, Harvard Business Review Türkiye.

Supply Chain Management Group

Recession lesson

Zhao, L., Huchzermeier, A. (2019), Recession lesson: tightening up working capital, CFO Magazine.

Finance and Accounting Group

Jacob, M., Michaely, R., Müller, M. (2019), Consumption taxes and corporate investment, Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 32 (8), pp. 3144–3182.

Finance and Accounting Group

Jacob, M., Schütt, H. (2019), Firm valuation and the uncertainty of future tax avoidance, European Accounting Review, Vol. 29 (3), pp. 409-435.

Management Group

Duvinage, C., Jost, P.-J. (2019), The role of referees in professional sports contest, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 20 (8), pp. 1014–1050.

Management Group

Czerny, A., Fosgerau, M., Jost, P.-J., Van Ommeren, J. (2019), Why pay for jobs (and not for tasks)?, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol. 168, pp. 419-433.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Neubaum, D., Kammerlander, N., Brigham, K. (2019), Capturing family firm heterogeneity: how taxonomies and typologies can help the field move forward, Family Business Review, Vol. 32 (2), pp. 106-130.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kammerlander, N., Breugst, N. (2019), Construals matter: painting the big picture or drawing the brushstrokes of the family firm, Family Business Review, Vol. 32 (3), pp. 222-232.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Richards, M., Kammerlander, N., Zellweger, T. (2019), Listening to the heart or the head? exploring the "willingness versus ability" succession dilemma, Family Business Review, Vol. 32 (4), pp. 330-353.

Supply Chain Management Group

Rottenburger, J., Carter, C., Kaufmann, L. (2019), It's alright, it's just a bluff: why do corporate codes reduce lying, but not bluffing, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Vol. 25 (1), pp. 30-39.

Supply Chain Management Group

Esslinger, J., Eckerd, S., Kaufmann, L., Carter, C. (2019), Who cares? Supplier reactions to buyer claims after psychological contract over‐fulfillments, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 55 (4), pp. 98-128.

Supply Chain Management Group

Kosmol, T., Reimann, F., Kaufmann, L. (2019), You'll never walk alone: why we need a supply chain practice view on digital procurement, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Vol. 25 (4), 100553.

Supply Chain Management Group

Timmer, S., Kaufmann, L. (2019), Do managers' dark personality traits help firms in coping with adverse supply chain events?, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 55 (4), pp. 67-97.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Ge, J., Carney, M., Kellermanns, F. (2019), Who fills institutional voids? entrepreneurs’ utilization of political and family ties in emerging markets, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 43 (6), pp. 1124-1147.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Stanley, L., Hernández-Linares, R., Lopez-Fernandez, M., Kellermanns, F. (2019), A Typology of family firms: an investigation of entrepreneurial orientation and performance, Family Business Review, Vol. 32 (3), pp. 174-194.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Engel, P., Hack, A., Stanley, L., Kellermanns, F. (2019), Voluntary disclosure of individual supervisory board compensation in public family firms, Journal of Business Research, Vol. 101, pp. 362-374.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Williams, R., Pieper, T., Kellermanns, F., Astrachan, J. (2019), Family business goal formation: a literature review and discussion of alternative algorithms, Management Review Quarterly, Vol. 69 (3), pp. 329–349.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Eddleston, K., Kellermanns, F., Collier, G. (2019), Research on family firm innovation: what do family firms actually think and do? Editors' note, Journal of Family Business Strategy, Vol. 10 (4), 100308.

Management Group

Jarzabkowski, P., Lê, J., Balogun, J. (2019), The social practice of coevolving strategy and structure to realize mandated radical change, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 62 (3), pp. 850-882.

Economics Group

Christopeit, N., Massmann, M. (2019), Strong consistency of the least squares estimator in regression models with adaptive learning, Electronic Journal of Statistics, Vol. 13 (1), pp. 1646-1693.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Feldman, M., Ozcan, S., Reichstein, T. (2019), Falling not far from the tree: entrepreneurs and organizational heritage, Organization Science, Vol. 30 (2), pp. 337-360.

Finance and Accounting Group

Bams, D., Pisa, M., Wolff, C. (2019), Are capital requirements on small business loans flawed?, Journal of Empirical Finance, Vol. 52, pp. 255-274.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

De Groote, J., Mendini, M., Gibbert, M. (2019), In the eye of the beholder: the role of cognitive style and similarity in the evaluation of brand extensions, Journal of Consumer Behaviour, Vol. 18 (1), pp. 63-73.

Management Group

Kopel, M., Ressi, A. (2019), Vertical boundaries and endogenous intensity of social comparison, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Vol. 175 (2), pp. 207-227.

Management Group

Kopel, M., Petrakis, E., Ressi, A. (2019), Endogenous scope of firm-union bargaining with vertical pay comparisons, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol. 167, pp. 39-52.

Economics Group

Irlenbusch, B., Rilke, R., Walkowitz, G. (2019), Designing feedback in voluntary contribution games: the role of transparency, Experimental Economics, Vol. 22 (2), pp. 552–576.

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