Forschung

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Small Business Economics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Behavioral and Experimental Economics
  • Behavioral Business Ethics 

Aktuelle Publikationen

  • Guenther, C., Johan, S., & Schweizer, D. (2017). Is the crowd sensitive to distance?—How investment decisions differ by investor type. Small Business Economics, 1-17. (link)
  • Decker, C., & Guenther, C. (2017). The impact of family ownership on innovation: evidence from the German machine tool industry. Small Business Economics48(1), 199-212. (link)
  • Hennig-Schmidt, H., Irlenbusch, B., Rilke, R. M., & Walkowitz, G. (2017). Asymmetric outside options in ultimatum bargaining: a systematic analysis. International Journal of Game Theory, 1-29. (link)
  • Rilke, R. M. (2017). On the duty to give (and not to take): An experiment on moralistic punishment. Journal of Business Economics, 87(9), 1129-1150. (link)
  • Hutzschenreuter, T., Kleindienst, I., Guenther, C., & Hammes, M. (2016). Speed of internationalization of new business units: the impact of direct and indirect learning. Management International Review56(6), 849-878. (link)
  • Guenther, C., Hollasch, K., & Menze, F. (2016). M&A Entwicklungslinien im deutschen Fitnessstudiomarkt – Fit genug für die Konsolidierung? M&A Review, (4), 124-131. (link)
  • Decker, C., & Guenther, C. (2016). Coordinating family entrepreneurship: when money seeks opportunity. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing8(1), 46-61. (link)
  • Guenther, C., Oertel, S., & Walgenbach, P. (2016). It's All About Timing: Age‐Dependent Consequences of Founder Exits and New Member Additions. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice40(4), 843-865. (link)
  • Rilke, R. M., Schurr, A., Barkan, R., & Shalvi, S. (2016). One-by-one or all-at-once? Self-reporting policies and dishonesty. Frontiers in psychology7. (link)
  • Conrads, J., Ellenberger, M., Irlenbusch, B., Ohms, E. N., Rilke, R. M., & Walkowitz, G. (2016). Team-Goal Incentives and Individual Lying Behavior. Die Betriebswirtschaft , 76(1), 103-123.
  • Conrads, J., Irlenbusch, B., Reggiani, T., Rilke, R. M., & Sliwka, D. (2016). How to hire helpers? Evidence from a field experiment. Experimental Economics19(3), 577-594. (link)
  • Conrads, J., Reggiani, T., & Rilke, R. M. (2016). Reducing ambiguity in lotteries: evidence from a field experiment. Applied Economics Letters23(3), 206-211. (link)
  • Ahlers, G. K., Cumming, D., Guenther, C., & Schweizer, D. (2015). Signaling in equity crowdfunding. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice39(4), 955-980. (link)
  • Lönnqvist, J. E., Rilke, R. M., & Walkowitz, G. (2015). On why hypocrisy thrives: Reasonable doubt created by moral posturing can deter punishment. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology59, 139-145. (link)
  • Giuliani, E., Gorgoni, S., Guenther, C., & Rabellotti, R. (2014). Emerging versus advanced country MNEs investing in Europe: A typology of subsidiary global–local connections. International Business Review23(4), 680-691. (link)
  • Prause, M., Günther, C., & Weigand, J. (2014). A Business Simulation Game for Location-Based Strategies. Developments in Business Simulation and Experiential Learning41. (link)
  • Coad, A., & Guenther, C. (2014). Processes of firm growth and diversification: theory and evidence. Small Business Economics43(4), 857-871. (link)
  • Conrads, J., Irlenbusch, B., Rilke, R. M., Schielke, A., & Walkowitz, G. (2014). Honesty in tournaments. Economics Letters123(1), 90-93. (link)
  • Coad, A., & Guenther, C. (2013). Diversification patterns and survival as firms mature. Small Business Economics41(3), 633-649. (link)
  • Conrads, J., Irlenbusch, B., Rilke, R. M., & Walkowitz, G. (2013). Lying and team incentives. Journal of Economic Psychology34, 1-7. (link)
  • Falck, O., Guenther, C., Heblich, S., & Kerr, W. R. (2012). From Russia with love: the impact of relocated firms on incumbent survival. Journal of Economic Geography13(3), 419-449. (link)
  • Buenstorf, G., & Guenther, C. (2011). No Place Like Home? Location Choice and Firm Survival After Forced Relocation in the German Machine Tool Industry. Industrial and Corporate Change, (20), 1-28. (link)
  • Guenther, C., Ekinci, N. A., Schwieren, C., & Strobel, M. (2010). Women can’t jump?—An experiment on competitive attitudes and stereotype threat. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization75(3), 395-401. (link)
  • Fornahl, D., & Guenther, C. (2010). Persistence and change of regional industrial activities: The impact of diversification in the German machine tool industry. European Planning Studies18(12), 1911-1936. (link)