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Die Management Group –
Ein Institut, sechs Lehrstühle, ein Center

 

Was wir vertreten:

Die Management Group steht für

  1. Gründliche Forschung, die dabei unterstützt, evidenzbasierte Empfehlungen für das Management abzuleiten (d.h. Forschung mit und für die Praxis).
  2. Engagement in der Entwicklung von Nachwuchswissenschaftlern (z.B. Juniorprofessoren, Doktoranden)
  3. Exzellenz in der Lehrtätigkeit, die die Studierenden darauf vorbereitet, die Zukunft des Arbeitens aktiv mit zu gestalten.
  4. Offenheit und Förderung verschiedener Blickwinkeln auf Managementherausforderungen
  5. Bemühungen, Drittmittel und Partnerschaften zu gewinnen.

Unsere Fakultätsmitglieder:

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Klaus Brockhoff (Emeritus)
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Klaus Brockhoff (Emeritus)
Honorarprofessor Dr. Edgar Ernst
Honorarprofessor Dr. Edgar Ernst
Honorarprofessor Dr. Bolko von Oetinger
Honorarprofessor Dr. Bolko von Oetinger

Forschungsartikel – Publiziert in den renommiertesten Journals.

Management Group

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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