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12.04.2022

New publication in Journal Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences: Underrepresentation of women in the economics profession more pronounced in the United States compared to heterogeneous Europe

Auriol Emmanuelle, Guido Friebel, Alisa Weinberger und Sascha Wilhelm, 2022, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119 (16), doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2118853119 Abstract: Based on a dataset that we collected from the top research institutions in economics around the globe (including universities, business schools, and other organizations, such as central banks), we document the...[mehr]

25.03.2022

13th April 2022 12:00 - 14:00 Information on Bachelor Theses at the chairs of Prof. Friebel, Prof. Kosfeld and Prof. Walz

Please read the presentation slides if you are interested in supervision by our chairs. We expect all our candidates to be familiar with the presentation. The slides including all relevant information, can be accessed via the following link. (only in German) On 13th April 2022 there will be an information session on Bachelor Theses in room RuW 4.201 from 12:00 - 14:00.[mehr]

30.01.2022

Article in magazine Capital to study of Prof. Guido Friebel

The article in the magazine Capital from January 27, 2022 deals with the effects of reduced bonus payments on employee behavior and refers to the study by Prof. Guido Friebel and Miriam Krüger "A Pay Change and Its Long-term Consequences" which will soon be published in the Journal of Labor Economics.  The link to the article can be found here.For more media articles on...[mehr]

08.12.2021

Birkbeck’s Paper Development Workshop: Best Full Paper Award for Thanos Fragkandreas, Leo Leitzinger and Marius Liebald

We congratulate Thanos Fragkandreas, Leo Leitzinger and Marius Liebald for the Best Full Paper Award they received for their submitted paper: “Is the Linear Model of Innovation Actually Dead? A ‘Topic-Sentiment Analysis’ of Policy Documents.” Please find read more here.[mehr]

New Publication in the Journal of Technology Transfer: University Satellite Institutes as Exogenous Facilitators of Technology Transfer Ecosystem Development

University Satellite Institutes as Exogenous Facilitators of Technology Transfer Ecosystem Development, Conlé, M.; Kroll, H., Storz, C., & ten Brink, T., 2021<conlé,>, The Journal of Technology Transfer, doi.org/10.1007/s10961-021-09909-7 [published online 5. December 2021] Abstract: Universities can contribute to knowledge-based regional development not only in their home region but...[mehr]

23.11.2021

New publication in Schmalenbach Journal of Business Research: " Entrepreneur's Exit Strategy Intentions and Their Final Exit Paths"

Entrepreneurs' Exit Strategy Intentions and Their Final Exit Paths, Sascha Hohen, Lars Schweizer, 2021, Schmalenbach Journal of Business Research, doi.org/10.1007/s41471-021-00123-7 [published online 23. November 2021] Abstract: This paper explores entrepreneurs’ initially intended exit strategies and compares them to their final exit paths using an inductive approach that builds on the grounded...[mehr]

04.11.2021

The paper "The Hidden Costs of Control" by A. Falk and M. Kosfeld is reviewed in new book

The paper „The Hidden Costs of Control” (Link) by Armin Falk and Michael Kosfeld is reviewed in the new book The Art of Experimental Economics – Twenty Top Papers Reviewed edited by Gary Charness and Mark Pingle. (Link) The book “identifies and reviews 20 of the most important papers to have been published in experimental economics in order to highlight the power and methods of this area,...[mehr]

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