Gemeinsame Publikationen

Waibel, H., Grote, U., Min, S., T.T. Nguyen & S. Praneetvatakul (2020): COVID-19 in the Greater Mekong Subregion: how resilient are rural households? Food Security (2020). 12, 779–782.

Faße, Anja, Grote, Ulrike & Weber, Christiana (2019): „Capital endowment, entrepreneurial activities, income and subjective well-being:
Empirical evidence from rural Tanzania“ (Working Paper)

Grote, Ulrike & Hermann Waibel (2016): Constructing a database for food security assessments in Southeast Asia. World Food Policy, Vol. 2 (2) / 3 (1): p. 79-103.

Nguyen, D.B.B., Prokopczuk, M. & P. Sibbertsen: The Memory of Stock Return Volatility: Asset Pricing Implications, Journal of Financial Markets, forthcoming.

Parvathi, P., Grote, U. &  H.Waibel (eds.) (2018): Fair Trade and Organic Agriculture: A Winning Combination? CAB International, Oxfordshire, UK and Boston, USA.

Publikationen der einzelnen Beteiligten

Prof. Dr. Michael Breitner

Clemens Hübler, Jan-Hendrik Piel, Chris Stetter, Cristian G. Gebhardt, Michael H. Breitner, Raimund Rolfes: Influence of structural design variations on economic viability of offshore wind turbines: An interdisciplinary analysis. Renewable Energy 145: 1348-1360 (2020).

Christoph Gleue, Dennis Eilers, Hans-Jörg von Mettenheim, Michael H. Breitner: Decision Support for the Automotive Industry - Forecasting Residual Values Using Artificial Neural Networks. Business & Information Systems Engineering 61(4): 385-397 (2019).

Sonja Dreyer, Daniel Olivotti, Benedikt Lebek, Michael H. Breitner: Focusing the customer through smart services: a literature review. Electronic Markets 29(1): 55-78 (2019).

Rouven Wiegard, Michael H. Breitner: Smart services in healthcare: A risk-benefit-analysis of pay-as-you-live services from customer perspective in Germany. Electronic Markets 29(1): 107-123 (2019).

Nadine Guhr, Benedikt Lebek, Michael H. Breitner: The impact of leadership on employees' intended information security behaviour: An examination of the full-range leadership theory. Information Systems Journal 29(2): 340-362 (2019).

Jan-Hendrik Piel, Julian F. H. Hamann, André Koukal, Michael H. Breitner: Promoting the System Integration of Renewable Energies: Toward a Decision Support System for Incentivizing Spatially Diversified Deployment. Journal of Management Information Systems 34(4): 994-1022 (2017).

Dennis Eilers, Cornelius Köpp, Christoph Gleue, Michael H. Breitner: It's not a Bug, it's a Feature: How Visual Model Evaluation can help to incorporate Human Domain Knowledge in Data Science. Proceedings International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2017.

Kenan Degirmenci, Sandra Lapin, Michael H. Breitner: Critical success factors of carsharing: Findings from expert interviews in continental Europe. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management 17(3): 294-315 (2017).

Kenan Degirmenci, Michael H. Breitner: Consumer purchase intentions for electric vehicles: Is green more important than price and range? Transportation Research Part D 51: 250-260 (2017).

Marc Sonneberg, Kathrin Kühne, Michael H. Breitner: A Decision Support System for the Optimization of Electric Car Sharing Stations. Proceedings ICIS 2015.

Prof. Dr. Lena Dräger

Dräger, L. und Nghiem, G. (2021): Are Consumers' Spending Decisions in Line With an Euler Equation?, The Review of Economics and Statistics, 103(3), 580-596.

Dräger, L. und Proaño, C. (2020): Cross-Border Banking and Macroprudential Policies in Asymmetric Currency Unions, Macroeconomic Dynamics, 24(2), 255-290.

Dräger, L. and Nghiem, G. (2019), Are Consumers’ Spending Decisions in Line With an Euler Equation?, The Review of Economics and Statistics, forthcoming

Dräger, L. und Proaño, C. (2018): Cross-Border Banking and Macroprudential Policies in Asymmetric Currency Unions, Macroeconomic Dynamics,

Dräger, L. und Lamla, M. J. (2017a): Imperfect Information and Inflation Expectations: Evidence from Microdata,

Oxford Bulletin of Economics & Statistics, 79, 933-968.

Dräger, L. und Lamla, M. J. (2017b): Explaining Disagreement on Interest Rates in a Taylor-rule Setting, The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 119, 987-1009.

Dräger, L.; Lamla, M. J. und Pfajfar, D. (2016a): Are Survey Expectations Theory-Consistent? The Role of Central Bank Communication and News, European Economic Review, 85, 84-111.

Dräger, L. (2016b): Recursive Inattentiveness with Heterogeneous Expectations, Macroeconomic Dynamics, 20, 1073-1100.

Dräger, L. (2015): Inflation Perceptions and Expectations in Sweden - Are Media Reports the `Missing Link'?, Oxford Bulletin of Economics & Statistics, 77(5), 681-700.

Dräger, L., Menz, J.-O. und Fritsche, U. (2014): Perceived Inflation under Loss Aversion,  Applied Economics, 46(3), 282-293.

Dräger, L. und Lamla, M. J. (2012): Updating Inflation Expectations: Evidence from Micro Data, Economics Letters, 117, 807-810.

Vogel, L. (2009): The Endogeneity of the Natural Rate of Growth - An Empirical Study for Latin-American Countries, International Review of Applied Economics, 23(1), 41-53.

Prof. Dr. Martin Gassebner

Aidt, T.S., Albornoz, F., Gassebner, M. (2018): The Golden Hello and Political Transitions. Journal of Comparative Economics 46, 157-173.

Aidt, T.S., Gassebner, M. (2010): Do Autocratic States Trade Less?  World Bank Economic Review 24, 38-76.

Dreher, A., Gassebner, M. (2012): Do IMF and World Bank Programs Induce Government Crises? An Empirical Analysis. International Organization 66, 329-358.

Dreher, A., Gassebner, M., Siemers, L. (2012): Globalization, Economic Freedom and Human Rights. Journal of Conflict Resolution 56, 516-546.

Egger, P., Gassebner, M. (2015): International Terrorism as a Trade Impediment? Oxford Economic Papers 67, 42-62.

Gassebner, M., Gaston, N., Lamla, M. (2011): The Inverse Domino Effect: Are Economic Reforms Contagious? International Economic Review 52, 183-200.

Gassebner, M. Gnutzmann-Mkrtchyan, A. (2018). Politicized Trade: What Drives Withdrawal of Trade Preferences? Economics Letters 167, 10-13.

Gassebner, M., Jong-A-Pin, R., Mierau, J. (2011): Terrorism and Cabinet Duration. International Economic Review 52, 1253-1270.

Gassebner, M., Keck, A., Teh, R. (2010): Shaken, Not Stirred: The Impact of Disasters on International Trade. Review of International Economics 18, 351-368.

Gassebner, M., Lamla, M.J., Sturm, J.-E. (2011). Determinants of Pollution: What Do We Really Know? Oxford Economic Papers 63, 568-595.

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Grote

Bierkamp, S., Nguyen, T.T., Grote, U. (2021): Environmental income and remittances: Evidence from rural central highlands of Vietnam, Ecological Economics 179, 106838 DOI:

Grote, U., Faße, A., Nguyen, T.T. and O. Erenstein (2020): Food security and the dynamics of wheat and maize value chains in Africa and Asia. Review, Front. Sustain. Food Syst. - Land, Livelihoods and Food Security. doi:

Nguyen, T.-T., Nguyen, T.T., Grote, U. (2020): Multiple shocks and households' choice of coping strategies in rural Cambodia, Ecological Economics 167, DOI:

Do, T.L., Nguyen, T.T., Grote, U. (2019): Livestock production, rural welfare, and perceived shocks: Evidence from panel data for Vietnam. Journal of Development Studies. 55 (1), 99-119. DOI: 10.1080/00220388.2017.1408795

Hartje, R., Bühler, D., Grote, U. (2018): Eat Your Fish and Sell It, Too – Livelihood Choices of Small-Scale Fishers in Rural Cambodia., Ecological Economics, 154, p.88-98. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2018.07.002

Bühler, D., Hartje, R. and U. Grote (2018): Matching food security and malnutrition indicators: evidence from Southeast Asia. Agricultural Economics, 49, p. 481-495.

Duda, I., Fasse, A., and U. Grote (2018): Drivers of Rural-Urban Migration and Impact on Food Security in Rural Tanzania. Food Security, Vol.10, Issue 4, pp.785-798.

Sharma, R., Nguyen, T.T., Grote, U. (2018): Changing consumption patterns - drivers & the environmental impact, Sustainability 10(11), 4190. doi:10.3390/su10114190

Nguyen, T.T; Nguyen, D.L; Lippe, R.S; Grote, U. (2017): Determinants of farmers’ land use decision-making: Comparative evidence from Thailand and Vietnam. World Development, 89, 199–213.

Jena, P.R., Stellmacher, T., Grote, U. (2017): Can coffee certification schemes increase incomes of smallholder farmers? Evidence from Jinotega, Nicaragua. Environment, Development and Sustainability 19, 45-66.

Kissoly, L., Faße, A. & Grote, U. (2017): The integration of smallholders in agricultural value chain activities and food security: evidence from rural Tanzania. Food Security, Vol. 9 (6): 1219-1235.

Segerstedt, A., Grote, U. (2016): Increasing adoption of voluntary carbon offsets among tourists. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 24, 11, 1541-1554.

Herrmann, R., Grote, U. (2015): Large-scale Agro-Industrial Investments and Rural Poverty: Evidence from Sugarcane in Malawi. Journal of African Economies, 24 (5), 645-674.

Prof. Dr. Annika Herr

Herr, A. & Suppliet, M. (2017), Tiered co-payments, pricing, and demand in reference price markets for pharmaceuticals, Journal of Health Economics 56: 19-29. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhealeco.2017.08.00

Groß, M., Herr, A., Hower, M., Kuhlmann, A., Mahlich, J., Stoll, M. (2016), Unemployment, health, and education of HIV-infected males in Germany, International Journal of Public Health 61: 593602, DOI: 10.1007/s00038-015-0750-3 (open access).

Herr, A. & Hottenrott, H. (2016), Higher prices, higher quality? Evidence from German nursing homes, Health Policy 120 (2): 179-89, DOI: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2016.01.008 (DICE Discussion Paper No. 208, 2015).

Duso, T., Herr, A. & Suppliet, M. (2014), The welfare impact of parallel imports: A structural approach applied to the German market for oral anti-diabetics, Health Economics 23 (9): 1036– 1057, DOI: 10.1002/hec.3068 (DICE Discussion Paper No. 137, 2014).

Herr, A. (2011), Quality and welfare in a mixed duopoly with regulated prices: The case of a public and a private hospital, German Economic Review 12 (4): 422–437, DOI: 10.1111/j.14680475.2010.00527.x.

Herr, A., Schmitz, H. & Augurzky, B. (2011), Profit efficiency and ownership of German hospitals, Health Economics 20 (6): 660–674, DOI: 10.1002/hec.1622.

Herr, A. (2008), Cost and technical efficiency of German hospitals: Does ownership matter?, Health Economics 17 (9): 1057-71, DOI: 10.1002/hec.1388.

Prof. Dr. Marcel Prokopczuk

F. Hollstein, M. Prokopczuk, & C. Wese Simen: The Conditional CAPM Revisited: Evidence from High-Frequency Betas, Management Science, forthcoming

D.B.B. Nguyen, M. Prokopczuk, & P. Sibbertsen: The Memory of Stock Return Volatility: Asset Pricing Implications, Journal of Financial Markets, forthcoming

F. D'Acunto, M. Prokopczuk, & Michael Weber: Historical Antisemitism, Ethnic Specialization, and Financial Development, Review of Economic Studies (2019), Vol. 86(3), pp.  1170–1206

F. Hollstein , D.B.B. Nguyen, & M. Prokopczuk: Asset Prices and "the Devil(s) You Know", Journal of Banking and Finance (2019), Vol. 105, pp. 20–35

F. Hollstein, D.B.B. Nguyen, M. Prokopczuk, & C. Wese Simen: International Tail Risk and World Fear, Journal of International Money and Finance (2019), Vol. 93, pp. 244–259

M. Prokopczuk, L. Symeonidis, & C. Wese Simen: Variance Risk in Commodity Markets
Journal of Banking & Finance (2017), Vol. 81, pp. 136-149

F. Hollstein, & M. Prokopczuk: Estimating Beta, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (2016), Vol. 51(4), pp. 1437–1466

M. Neumann, M. Prokopczuk, & C. Wese Simen: Jump and Variance Risk Premia in the S&P 500, Journal of Banking and Finance (2016), Vol. 69, pp. 72-83

J. Arismendi, J. Back, R. Paschke, M. Prokopczuk, & M. Rudolf: Seasonal Stochastic Volatility: Implications for the Pricing of Commodity Options, Journal of Banking and Finance (2016), Vol. 66, pp. 53-65

R. Füss, S. Mahringer, & M. Prokopczuk: Electricity Derivatives Pricing with Forward-Looking Information, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (2015), Vol. 58, pp. 34-57

Prof. Dr. Marina Schröder

Sadrieh, A., & Schröder, M. (2017). Acts of helping and harming. Economics Letters, 153, 77-79. DOI: 10.1016/j.econlet.2017.01.019

Sadrieh, A., & Schröder, M. (2016). Materialistic, pro-social, anti-social, or mixed–A within-subject examination of self-and other-regarding preferences. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 63, 114-124. DOI: 10.1016/j.socec.2016.05.009

Belot, M., & Schröder, M. (2015). The spillover effects of monitoring: A field experiment. Management Science, 62(1), 37-45. DOI: 10.1287/mnsc.2014.2089

Prof. Dr. Philipp Sibbertsen

Beran, J., Feng, Y., Ghosh, S., Sibbertsen, P. (2002): On robust local polynomial estimation with long-memory errors. International Journal of Forecasting 18, 227 - 241.

Beran, J., Ghosh, S., Sibbertsen, P. (2003): Nonparametric M-estimation with long-memory errors. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 117, 199 - 206.

Davidson, J., Sibbertsen, P. (2005): Generating schemes of long-memory processes. Journal of Econometrics 128, 253 - 282.

Demetrescu, M., Sibbertsen, P. (2016): Inference on the Long-Memory Properties of Time Series with Non-Stationary Volatility. Economics Letters 144, 80 – 84.

Heinen, F., Michael, S., Sibbertsen, P. (2013): Identification problems in ESTAR models and a new model. Journal of Time Series Analysis, 34, 238 - 261.

Kaufmann, H., Heinen, F., Sibbertsen, P. (2014): The dynamics of real exchange rates – a reconsideration. Journal of Applied Econometrics 29, 758 – 773.

Nordman, D., Sibbertsen, P., Lahiri, S. N. (2007): Empirical likelihood confidence intervals for the mean of a long-range dependent process. Journal of Time Series Analysis 28, 576 – 599.

Sibbertsen, P., Leschinski ,C., Busch, M. (2018): A Multivariate Test Against Spurious Long Memory. Journal of Econometrics 203, 33 – 49.

Sibbertsen, P., Kruse, R. (2009): Testing for a break in persistence under long-range dependencies. Journal of Time Series Analysis 30, 263 – 285.

Sibbertsen, P., Wegener, C., Basse, T. (2014): Testing for a Break in the Persistence in Yield Spreads of EMU Government Bonds. Journal of Banking and Finance 41, 109 – 118.

Prof. Dr. Stephan L. Thomsen

The Immigrant-Native Wage Gap Revisited, IZA Discussion Paper No. 12358, Bonn (mit K. Ingwersen).

The Benefits of Adult Learning: Work-Related Training, Social Capital, and Earnings, Economics of Education Review, 72 (2019), S. 166-186, doi:10.1016/j.econedurev.2019.05.010 (mit J. Ruhose und I. Weilage).

School-Track Environment or Endowment: What Determines Different Other-Regarding Behavior Across Peer-Groups?, Games and Economic Behavior, 2015, Vol. 94, 122-141 (mit K. John).

The Role of Perceived Control in Explaining the Poverty Trap, IZA Discussion Paper No. 9334 (mit H. Thiel).

Variation of Learning Intensity in Late Adolescence and the Impact on Noncognitive Skills, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society A, 2014, 177(4), 861-892 (mit H. Thiel und B. Büttner).

Short-Term Training Programs for Immigrants in the German Welfare System: Do Effects Differ from Natives and Why?, IZA Journal of Migration, 2013, 2:24 (mit T. Walter und A. Aldashev).

Right-Wing Extremism and the Well-Being of Immigrants, Kyklos, 2013, Vol. 66(4), 567-590 (mit A. Knabe und S. Rätzel).

Noncognitive Skills in Economics: Models, Measurement, and Empirical Evidence, Research in Economics, 2013, 67(2), 189-214 (mit H. Thiel).

Temporary Extra Jobs for Immigrants: Merging Lane to Employment or Dead-End Road in Welfare?, Labour: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, 2010, 24, 114-140 (mit T. Walter).

Language Usage, Participation, Employment and Earnings - Evidence for Foreigners in Germany with Multiple Sources of Selection, Labour Economics, 2009, 16(3), 330-341 (mit A. Aldashev und J. Gernandt).

Prof. Dr. Hermann Waibel

Ahmed, Badrun Nessa and Hermann Waibel (2019): The role of homestead fish ponds for household nutrition security in Bangladesh. Food Security, p. 1-20. DOI: 10.1007/s12571-019-00947-6.

Alirah E. Weyori, Sabine Liebenehm and Hermann Waibel (2019): Returns to livestock disease control? A panel data analysis in Togo. European Review of Agricultural Economics, p. 1-30. DOI: 10.1093/erae/jbz031

Shi Min, Jikun Huang, Hermann Waibel, Xueqing Yang and Georg Cadisch (2019): Rubber boom, land use change and the implications for carbon balances in Xishuangbanna, Southwest China. Ecological Economics, Vol. 156 (Febr.), p. 57-67.

Bezawit B. Chichaibelu and Hermann Waibel (2018): Over-indebtedness and its persistence among rural households in Thailand and Vietnam. Journal of Asian Economics, Vol. 56 (June), p. 1-23.

Shi Min, Hermann Waibel and Jikun Huang (2017): Smallholder participation in the land rental market in a mountainous region of Southern China: Impact of population aging, land tenure security and ethnicity. Land Use Policy, Vol. 68 (Nov.): p. 625-637.

Bezawit B. Chichaibelu and Hermann Waibel (2017): Borrowing from “Pui” to pay “Pom”: Multiple borrowing and over-indebtedness in rural Thailand. World Development, Vol. 98 (Oct.): p. 338-350.

Grote, Ulrike and Hermann Waibel (2016): Constructing a database for food security assessments in Southeast Asia. World Food Policy, Vol. 2 (2) / 3 (1): p. 79-103.

Cahyadi, Eko R. and Hermann Waibel (2016): Contract farming and vulnerability to poverty among oil palm smallholders in Indonesia.  Journal of Development Studies (JDS), Vol. 52 (5): p. 681-695.

Parvathi, Priyanka and Hermann Waibel (2016): Organic agriculture and fair trade: A happy marriage? A case study of certified smallholder black pepper farmers in India. World Development, Vol. 77 (C): p. 206-220.

Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (guest editors) (2015): Vulnerability to poverty in South-East Asia: Drivers, measurement, responses, and policy issues. World Development, Vol. 71 (July): Special Issue.

Gloede, Oliver, Lukas Menkhoff and Hermann Waibel (2015): Shocks, individual risk attitude, and vulnerability to poverty among rural households in Thailand and Vietnam. World Development, Vol. 71 (July): p. 54-78.

Liebenehm, Sabine and Hermann Waibel (2014): Simultaneous estimation of risk and time preferences among small-scale cattle farmers in West Africa. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 96 (5): p. 1420-1438

Prof. Dr. Christiana Weber

Lehner, O. M., & Weber, C. (in press). Growing up from In-Betweeners: Alternatives to Hybridity in Social Entrepreneurship Research. Entrepreneurship Research Journal.

Weidner, K., Weber, C. und Göbel, M. (2019): You Scratch My Back and I Scratch Yours: How Social Enterprises and Their Key Partners Legitimize Each Other Through Their Relationship. Business and Society, 58(3): 493-532.

Fischer, D.; Kruse, D.; Leonardy, H. und Weber, C. (2018): "Don’t throw in the towel too early! How Agency Conflicts affect the Survival of Corporate Venture Capital Units". International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing.

Weber, C., Weidner, K., Kröger, A. und Wallace, J. (2017): Social Value Creation in Inter-Organizational Collaborations in the Not-for-Profit Sector – Give and Take from a Dyadic Perspective. Journal of Management Studies, 54(6): 929-956.

Weber, C., Bauke, B. und Raibulet, V. (2016): The Relational View and Corporate Venture Capital Investments: An Exploratory Partial Least Squares Analysis. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 10, 274-299.

Weber, C., Raibulet, V. und Bauke, B. (2016): The Process of Relational Rent Generation in Corporate Venture Capital Investments. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, 8(1): 62-83.

Kulins, C., Leonardy, H. und Weber, C. (2016): A Configurational Approach in Business Model Design. Journal of Business Research, vol. 69(4): 1437-1441

Kröger, A. und Weber, C. (2016): Measuring and Comparing Social Value Creation: Advantages and Disadvantages of a new Comparability Method, IRIS, GIIRS, and SROI. In: Othmar Lehner (Hrsg.) Routledge Handbook on Social and Sustainable Finance. Routledge, S. 416-430

Göbel, M., Weber, C. & Vogel, R. (2015). ‘Life-worlds of corporate venturing: A multiple case study on interorganisational knowledge transfer across socio-cultural barriers.’ International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies, 6(3): 201–222

Kröger, A. und Weber, C. (2014): Developing a Conceptual Framework for Comparing Social Value Creation. Academy of Management Review, 39(4), 513–540.

Weber, C., Kröger, A. und Lambrich, K. (2014): Scaling social enterprises – a theoretical and empirically grounded framework. in: Phan, Phillip; Kickul, Jill; Nordqvist, Mattias and Bacq, Sophie. Theory and Empirical Research in Social Entrepreneurship, Edward Elgar, 112-153.

Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Wiedmann

Wiedmann, K.-P., Haase, J., Bettels, J., & Reuschenbach, C. (2019): It’s not all about function: Investigating the effects of visual appeal on the evaluation of industrial products using the example of product color. Journal of Product and Brand Management, 28(1), 15-27.

Balderjahn, I., Peyer, M., Seegebarth, B., Wiedmann, K.-P., Weber, A. (2018): The many faces of sustainability-conscious consumers: A category-independent typology. Journal of Business Research, 91, 83- 93.

Karampournioti, E., Hennigs, N., & Wiedmann, K.-P. (2018): When pain is pleasure: Identifying consumer psychopaths. Psychology & Marketing, 35(4), 268-282.

Schmidt, St.; Wiedmann, K.-P.; Reiter, Ph.; Kurlbaum, Ch. (2018): Anticipating the Effects of Communication: A Neuroeconomic Framework for Marketing Purposes, in: Langner, T.; Esch, F.-R.; Bruhn, M. (Ed.): Handbuch Techniken der Kommunikation. Grundlagen – Innovative Ansätze – Praktische Umsetzungen, 2. Aufl., SpringerGabler, Wiesbaden 2018, S. 53-75.

Wiedmann, K.-P.; Beese, G.-A.; Schmidt, St.; Langner, S.; Schiessl, M. (2018): Measuring and Analyzing the Acceptance of Relevant Service Innovations as a Cornerstone of Planning Service Business Development in the Automotive Industry, in: Bruhn, M.; Hadwich, K. (Hrsg.): Service Business Development. Methoden – Erlösmodelle – Marketinginstrumente. Band 2, SpringerGabler, Wiesbaden 2018, S. 540 – 566.

Wiedmann, K.-P. (2017): Future Research Directions Based on a Critical Assessment of Reputation Management in Practice: A German Perspective. Corporate Reputation Review (2017) 20:203–217. DOI 10.1057/s41299-017-0028-

Wiedmann, K.-P.; Hennigs, N.; Klarmann, Ch. (2017): Luxury Consumption in the Trade-Off Between Genuine and Counterfeit Goods: What Are the Consumers’ Underlying Motives and Value-Based Drivers? In: Kapferer, J.-N.; Kernstock, J.; Brexendorf, T.O.; Powell. Sh. M. (Eds.):  Advances in Luxury Brand Management, Journal of Brand Management: Advanced Collections, pp. 85-122. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-51127-6_6

Schmidt, St.; Langner, S.; Hennigs, N.; Wiedmann, K.-P.; Karampournioti, E.; Lischka, G. (2017): The green brand: Explicit and implicit framing effects of ecolabelling on brand knowledge. Cogent Psychology, 4(1), 1-23.

Seegebarth, B.; Peyer, M.; Balderjahn, I.; Wiedmann, K.-P. (2015): The Sustainability Roots of Anticonsumption Lifestyles and Initial Insights Regarding Their Effects on Consumers' Well-Being. Journal of Consumer Affairs. doi: 10.1111/joca.12077

Balderjahn, I.; Buerke, A.; Kirchgeorg, M.; Peyer, M.; Seegebarth, B.; Wiedmann, K.-P. (2013): Consciousness for sustainable consumption: scale development and new insights in the economic dimension of consumers’ sustainability. AMS Review (2013) 3:181–192