Selected publications per member


Herr, A., Stühmeier, T., & Wenzel, T. (2023). More cost-sharing, less cost? Evidence on reference price drugs. Health Economics, 32( 2), 413– 435.

Sandner, M., Thomsen, S. & Gonzalez, L. (2023). Preventing Child Maltreatment: Beneficial Side Effects of Public Childcare, The Economic Journal, conditionally accepted for publication.



Mensen, A., Heger, D., Herr, A. (2022): Paying for the view? How nursing home prices affect quality of care, Health Economics, forthcoming. DOI:

von Mettenheim, W,; Wiedmann, K.-P. (2022): Social Influencers and Healthy Nutrition – The Challenge of Overshadowing Effects and Uninvolved Consumers,  Journal of Food Products Marketing. DOI: 10.1080/10454446.2022.2028692

Walten, L. & Wiedmann, K.-P. (2022): How product information and source credibility affect consumer attitudes and intentions towards innovative food products,  Journal of Marketing Communications, S. 1–17. DOI:



Bauer, J. M., Schröder, M., Vecchi, M., Bake, T., Dickson, S. L., Belot, M. (2021): Rewarding behavior with a sweet food strengthens its valuation. PLoS ONE 16(4): e0242461.

Garcia Mandico, S., Reichert, A., Strupat, C. (2021), The Social Value of Health Insurance: Results from Ghana. Journal of Public Economics 194.

Karrenbauer, C.; König, C. M.; and Breitner, M. H. (2021): Individual Digital Study Assistant for Higher Education Institutions: Status Quo Analysis and Further Research Agenda. Wirtschaftsinformatik 2021 Proceedings. 11.

Thomsen, S., Ingwersen, K., Weilage, I. (2021): Versorgungsgradprognosen als Baustein einer evidenzbasierten Versorgungsplanung, Zeitschrift für Evidenz, Fortbildung und Qualität im Gesundheitswesen,

Walten, L., Wiedmann, K.-P. & Schmidt, S. (2021): When More Information Means Less Consumer Acceptance of Innovative Food Technologies,  Marketing Review St. Gallen, 2021(3), 14-22.



Albertsen, L., Wiedmann, K.-P., & Schmidt, S. (2020): The impact of innovation-related perception on consumer acceptance of food innovations - development of an integrated framework of the consumer acceptance process,  Food Quality and Preference.

Janssen, A., Passlick, J., Rodríguez Cardona, D., Breitner, M. H. (2020): Virtual Assistance in Any Context – A Taxonomy of Design Elements for Domain-Specific Chatbots, Business Information Systems Engineering 62(3), 211–225.

Petters, L. M., & Schröder, M. (2020): Negative side effects of affirmative action: How quotas lead to distortions in performance evaluation. European Economic Review, 130.

Schünemeyer, V., Walsh, G. (2020): The relationship between health- and fitness-related social media use and consumers’ disordered eating, Marketing – ZFP 42(3): 37–47.

Werth, O., Schwarzbach, C., Rodríguez Cardona, D., Breitner, M. H., & Graf von der Schulenburg, J.-M. (2020): Influencing factors for the digital transformation in the financial services sector, Zeitschrift für die gesamte Versicherungswirtschaft (online first)



Herr, A. & Normann, H.-T. (2019): How much priority bonus should be given to registered organ donors? An experimental analysis, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 158: 367-378.

Hütten, A., Antons, D. Breidbach, C., Piening, E.P., & Salge, T.-O. (2019). The Impact of Occupational Stereotypes in Human-Centered Service Systems. Journal of Service Management, 30, 1, 132–155.

Jauer, J., Liebig, Th., Puhani, P.A. & Martin, J. P. (2019): Migration as an Adjustment Mechanism in the Crisis? A Comparison of Europe and the United States 2006-2016, Journal of Population Economics 32: 1-22.

Meyer, T., Thomsen, S. L. & Schneider, H. (2019): New Evidence on the Effects of the Shortened School Duration Reforms in Germany: An Evaluation of Post-School Education Decisions, German Economic Review, 20(4).

Ruhose, J., Thomsen, S. L. & Wielage, I. (2019): The Benefits of Adult Learning: Work-Related Training, Social Capital, and Earnings, Economics of Education Review, 72, S. 166-186.

Stern, A. D., Herr, A., Pietrulla, F., Kesselheim, A. S. & Sarpatwari, A. (2019): The impact of price regulation on the availability of new drugs in Germany, Health Affairs 38 (7): 1182–1187.

Wiegard, R. & Breitner, M. H. (2019): 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.

Wiegard, R., Guhr, N., Krylow, S. & Breitner, M. H. (2019): Analysis of wearable technologies’ usage for pay-as-you-live tariffs: recommendations for insurance companies. Zeitschrift für die gesamte Versicherungswirtschaft 108(1): 63 – 88.



Argaw, B.A. & Puhani, P. A. (2018): Does Class Size Matter for School Tracking Outcomes After Elementary School? Quasi-Experimental Evidence Using Administrative Panel Data from Germany, Economics of Education Review 65: 48-57.

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.

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

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.

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

Kolodziej, I., Reichert, A., Schmitz, H. (2018). New Evidence on Employment Effects of Informal Care Provision in Europe, Health Services Research 53(4): 2027-2046.

K. Ludwig, W. Greiner, Von der Schulenburg, J.-M. Graf (2018): German Value Set for the EQ-5D-5L, PharmacoEconomics 36, S. 663-674

Roland Linder, J. Zeidler, F. Verheyen, A. Haverich, Von der Schulenburg, J.-M. Graf, T. Schilling (2018): Guidelines versus reality: is coronary stent application in three-vessel disease standard or the expection?, The European Journal of Health Economics 19 , S. 821–830

Meyer, T. & Thomsen, S. L. (2018): The Role of High-School Duration for University Students’ Motivation, Abilities and Achievements, Education Economics, 2018, 26(1), 24-45.

Puhani, P. (2018): Do Boys Benefit from Male Teachers in Elementary School? Evidence from Administrative Panel Data, Labour Economics 51: 340-354.

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, S. 53-75.

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



Dustmann, C., Puhani, P.A., & Schönberg, U. (2017): The Long-Term Effects of Early Track Choice, Economic Journal 127: 1348-1380.

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

Meurs, D., P.A. Puhani & von Haaren, F. (2017): Number of Siblings and Educational Choices of Immigrant Children – Evidence from First and Second Generation Immigrants, Review of Economics of the Household 15: 1137-1158.

Reichert, A., Tauchmann, H. (2017). Workforce Reduction, Subjective Job Insecurity, and Mental Health, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 133:187-212.

Sadrieh, A., & Schröder, M. (2017): Acts of helping and harming. Economics Letters, 153, 77-79.

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.

Stroka, M., Reichert, A. (2017). Nursing Home Prices and Quality of Care - Evidence from Administrative Data, Health Economics 27(1): 129-140.

Von der Schulenburg, J-M. Graf., Litzkendorf, S., Pauer, F., Zeidler, J., Göbel, J. & Storf, H. (2017): Umsetzung eines qualitäts- und bedarfsorientierten Informationsmanagement, Bundesgesundheitsblatt, Published Online: 07 March 2017.



Hartje, R., Bühler, D. & Grote, U. (2016): Food Security in Rural Cambodia and Fishing in the Mekong in the Light of Declining Fish Stocks. World Food Policy, 2 (2) /3 (1), 5-31.

Herr, A. & Hottenrott, H. (2016): Higher prices, higher quality? Evidence from German nursing homes, Health Policy 120 (2): 179-89.

Von der Schulenburg, J-M. Graf, Plöthner, M. & Frank, M. (2016): Cost analysis of a whole genome sequenic in German clinical practice, The European Journal of Health Economics 17, 623-633.

Wenban-Smith, H., Faße, A. & Grote, U. (2016): Food security in Tanzania: the challenge of rapid urbanisation. Food Security: The Science, Sociology and Economics of Food Production and Access to Food, vol. 8, issue 5, pages 973-984.



Augurzky, B., Reichert, A., Tauchmann, H. (2015). Self-perceived Job Insecurity and the Demand for Medical Rehabilitation: Does Fear of Unemployment Reduce Health Care Utilization? Health Economics 24(1): 8–25, 2015.

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

Paloyo, A. R., Reuss-Borst, M., Reichert, A., Tauchmann, H. (2015). Who responds to financial incentives for weight loss? Evidence from a randomized controlled trial, Social Science & Medicine 145: 44–52, 2015

Reichert, A. (2015). Obesity, Weight Loss, and Employment Prospects – Evidence from a Randomized Trial, Journal of Human Resources 50(3): 759–810

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.


2014 und eher

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.

Piening, E.P., Baluch, A.M., & Ridder, H.-G. (2014). Mind the Intended-Implemented Gap: Understanding Employees' Perceptions of HRM. Human Resource Management, 53, 4, 545–567.

Baluch, A.M., Salge, T.O., & Piening, E.P. (2013). Untangling the Relationship Between HRM and Hospital Performance: The Mediating Role of Attitudinal and Behavioural HR Outcomes. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24, 16, 3038 –3061.

Piening, E.P., Baluch. A.M., & Salge, T.O. (2013). The Relationship between Employees’ Perceptions of Human Resource Systems and Organizational Performance: Examining Mediating Mechanisms and Temporal Dynamics. Journal of Applied Psychology, 98, 6, 926–947.

Piening, E.P. (2011). Insights into the process dynamics of innovation implementation: The case of public hospitals in Germany. Public Management Review, 13, 1, 127–157.

Shiu, E., Hassan, L. M., & Walsh, G. (2009): Demarketing tobacco through governmental policies–The 4Ps revisited. Journal of Business Research 62 (2): 269-278.