Betriebswirtschaftliches Forschungskolloquium

Für die Organisation des Forschungskolloquiums zuständig sind derzeit Prof. Dr. Katrin Muehlfeld und Prof. Dr. Thorsten Semrau.

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Wintersemester 2019/20

  • Patrick Kampkötter, Universität Tübingen, 05.11.2019, 18.00 Uhr, Max Weber Raum (IAAEU): "Paying gig workers – Evidence from a field experiment"
  • Coen Rigtering, Universiteit Utrecht, 13.11.2019, 17.00 Uhr, Raum C 429: "Framing and information search behavior: Results from a lab-in-the-field experiment"
  • Christian Fisch, Universität Trier, 29.01.2020, 17.00 Uhr, Raum C 429: "The emergence of initial coin offerings: success factors and impact"

Sommersemester 2019

  • Mira Fischer, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, 07.05.2019, 18.00 Uhr, Raum H 714 (Campus 2): "Peer matching and educational performance: evidence from a field experiment"
  • David Hugh-Jones, University of East Anglia, 19.06.2019, 17.00 Uhr, Raum C 2: "Where do fairness preferences come from? Norm transmission in a teen friendship network"

Wintersemester 2018/19

  • Christian Hopp, RWTH Aachen, 13.11.2018, 18.00 Uhr, Max Weber Raum (IAAEU): "The moderating effect of parental socialization effort and perceived venture success on the intergenerational transmission of entrepreneurial intentions"
  • Philipp Geiler, EM Lyon Business School, 28.11.2018, 17.00 Uhr, Raum C502: "Who makes the most out of it? Directors' acquisition experience and renumeration"
  • Hendrik Wilhelm, Universität zu Köln, 16.01.2019, 17.00 Uhr, Raum C502: "Expanding performance feedback theory to temporary organizations"

Sommersemester 2018

  • Robert Wilken, ESCP Europe Berlin, 09. Mai 2018, 18.00 Uhr, Raum C2: "The Impact of English as Foreign Language on Business Negotiations – An Experimental Study"
  • Nazli Unnu, Ege University (Turkey), 16. Mai 2018, 18.00 Uhr, Raum C2: "The Dynamics of Academic Employment in the Light of Gender Roles: A Study on Turkish Universities"
  • Arne Uhlendorff, CNRS Paris, 05. Juni 2018, Max Weber Raum, IAAEU: "“Peer Effects of Job Search Assistance Group Treatments. Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment among Disadvantaged Youths”
  • Martin Wallmeier, Universität Fribourg (Schweiz), 27. Juni 2018, 18.00 Uhr, Raum C2: "Skewness Premium and Index Option Returns"

Wintersemester 2017/18

  • Benjamin Balsmeier, Université du Luxembourg, 8. November 2017, 18.00 Uhr, Raum C 502: “Decomposing the impact of R&D tax credits”
  • Rainer Rilke, WHU, Otto Beisheim School of Management, 28.11.2017, 18.00 Uhr, Max-Weber-Raum, IAAEU: “Hierarchies and honesty”
  • Carsten Bienz, NHH, Norwegian School of Economics, 20.12.2017, 18.00 Uhr, Raum C 502: “Strategic valuation management in private equity fundraising”
  • Fabian Christandl, Hochschule Fresenius Köln, 10.01.2018, 18.00 Uhr, Raum C 502: “Sex sells the belief that price signals quality”

Sommersemester 2017

  • Carolina Castaldi, TU Eindhoven, 17.05.2017: "Profiting from creativity: The use of trademarks in the creative and cultural industries"
  • Astrid Kunze, Norwegian School of economics, 23.05.2017: "Co-determination and gender diversity on boards – A comparative analysis for Germany and Norway"
  • Cindy Lopez-Bento, Maastricht University, 21.06.2017: "Can you know too much to learn? Absorptive capacity, internal research capabilities and external technological opportunity"
  • Marco Caliendo, Universität Potsdam, 04.07.2017: "Locus of control and investment in training"

Wintersemester 2016/17

  • Xaver Ditz, Flick Gocke Schaumburg (Bonn), 10.11.2016: "Internationale Gewinnverlagerung - Der Fremdvergleichsgrundsatz als Lösungsansatz?"
  • Bernd Meyer, Commerzbank AG (Frankfurt), 10.11.2016: "Seasonal variation in risk aversion - Evidence from small cap and high yield effects and an explanation from practice"
  • Stefan Zeisberger, Radboud University Nijmegen, 14.12.2016 "What is risk?"
  • Elisabeth Müller, German Graduate School of Management & Law (Heilbronn), 17.01.2016: "Absorbing partner knowledge in R&D collaborations - The influence of founders on knowledge recognition, assimilation and exploitation"