3. Research Seminar "Strategic Entrepreneurship and Innovation"

3. Research Seminar "Strategic Entrepreneurship and Innovation"January 21, 2021, Goethe University Frankfurt - in Cooperation with Technische Universität Darmstadt- Program- Digital platform: see Program[more]


New publication in "Organization Science"

Market Competition and the Effectiveness of Performance Pay, Pooyan Khashabi, Matthias Heinz, Nick Zubanov, Tobias Kretschmer, Guido Friebel, Organization Science,, [Published online: 24 Dec 2020] Abstract It is well established that the effectiveness of pay-for-performance (PfP) schemes depends on employee- and organization-specific factors. However, less is...[more]


New publication in "Small Business Economics"

Whom do nascent ventures search for? Resource scarcity and linkage formation activities during new product development processes, Andrea M. Herrmann, Cornelia Storz, Lukas Held, Small Business Economics, [Published Online: 16 December 2020] Abstract: External linkages allow nascent ventures to access crucial resources during the process of new...[more]


Internal job offer

The Chair for the Study of Economic Institutions, Innovation and East Asian Development (Prof. Dr. Cornelia Storz), invites applications for a Student Assistant Position (m/ f/ d) Monthly number of working hours: 20h Please find closer information here.[more]


We are looking for a Student Assistant

For a project in the field of Entrepreneurship/ Innovation we are looking for a Student Assistant (f/m/d) working hours 10 - 20h per week. Please read more here.[more]


News articles to actual research

Please find news articles and media on actual research topics of the members of the department here.[more]


New publication in "Journal of the Economic Science Association"

"I care what you think: social image concerns and the strategic revelation of past pro-social behavior"; is the titel of the newest publication of Ferdinand von Siemens: Please find following the abstract as well as the link to the publication. Abstract: This article studies whether people want to control what information on their own past pro-social behavior is revealed to others....[more]