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Management Group

Rivkin, W., Gerpott, F., Unger, D. (accepted pre-print), 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.

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.

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.

Management Group

Müthel, M., Frei, C., Hollensbe, E. (2024), Erring professionals as second victims: grappling with guilt and identity in the aftermath of error, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 67 (2).

Management Group

Vongswasdi, P., Leroy, H. L., Claeys, J., Anisman-Razin, M., Van Dierendonck, D. (2024), Beyond developing leaders: toward a multi-narrative understanding of the value of leadership development programs, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Vol. 23 (1).

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

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.

Finance and Accounting Group

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

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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.

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