Ausgewählte begutachtete Publikationen der Beteiligten

Dreyer, S., Olivotti, D., Lebek, B. & Breitner, M. H. (2019):

Focusing the customer through smart services: a literature review. Electronic Markets 29(1): 55-78.

 

Gleue, C., Eilers, D., von Mettenheim, H.-J. & Breitner, M. H. (2019):

Decision Support for the Automotive Industry - Forecasting Residual Values Using Artificial Neural Networks. Business & Information Systems Engineering 61(4): 385-397.

 

Guhr, N., Lebek, B. & Breitner, M. H. (2019):

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.

 

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.

 

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).

 

Rodríguez Cardona, D., Werth, O., Schönborn, S. & Breitner, M. H. (2019):
A Mixed Methods Analysis of the Adoption and Diffusion of Chatbot Technology in the German Insurance Sector. Proceedings Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS).

 

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.

 

Werth, O., Guhr, N. & Breitner, M. H. (2019):

Successful Mobile Application Development: Towards a Taxonomy of Domain-Specific Process Models and Methodologies. Proceedings Hawaii International Conference on  Systems Sciences (HICSS).

 

Werth, O., Rodríguez Cardona, D., Nowatschin, J., Werner, M., Guhr, N. & Breitner, M. H. (2019):

Challenges of the Financial Industry - An Analysis of Critical Success Factors for FinTechs. Proceedings Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS).

 

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.

 

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.

 

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.

 

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, S. 540 – 566.

 

Dustmann, C., Puhani, P.A., & Schönberg, U. (2017):

The Long-Term Effects of Early Track Choice, Economic Journal 127: 1348-1380.

 

Eilers, D., Köpp, C., Gleue, C. & Breitner, M. H. (2017):

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).

 

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.

 

Piel, J.-H., Hamann, J. F. H., Koukal, A. & Breitner, M. H. (2017):

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.

 

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.

 

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.

 

Wiedmann, K.-P. (2017):

Future Research Directions Based on a Critical Assessment of Reputation Management in Practice: A German Perspective. Corporate Reputation Review, 20:203–217.

 

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.

 

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.

 

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.

 

Herr, A., Nguyen, T. & Schmitz, H. (2016):

Public reporting and the quality of care of German nursing homes, Health Policy 120 (10): 1162-1170.

 

Meyer, T. & Thomsen, S. L. (2016):

How Important is Secondary School Duration for Post-School Education Decisions? Evidence from a Natural Experiment, Journal of Human Capital, 10(1), 67-108.

 

Puhani, P.A. & Tabbert, F. (2016):

Labor Supply Effects of Changes in Pensions – Regression Discontinuity Evidence from Low-Skilled Workers, Labour Economics 38: 12.-23.

 

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.

 

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.

 

Von der Schulenburg, J-M. Graf., Tanner, Kirchhof, Wolfrum, Gantner, Molnár-Gábor & Plöthner, F. (2016):

Genomanalysen als Informationseingriff: Ethische, juristische und ökonomische Analysen zum prädiktiven Potential der Genomsequenzierung, Schriften des Marsilius-Kollegs, Band 15, Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH, Heidelberg.

 

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.

 

Belot, M., & Schröder, M. (2015):

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

 

John, K. & Thomsen, S. L. (2015):

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

 

Schröder, M., Lüer, A., & Sadrieh, A. (2015):

Pay-what-you-want or mark-off-your-own-price–A framing effect in customer-selected pricing. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 57, 200-204.

 

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.

 

Büttner, B., Thiel, H. & Thomsen, S. L. (2014):

Variation of Learning Intensity in Late Adolescence and the Impact on Noncognitive Skills, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society A, 177(4), 861-892.

 

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.

 

Grote, U. (2014):

Can we improve global food security? A socio-economic and political perspective. Food Security,  Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 187-200.

 

Von der Schulenburg, J-M. Graf., Bowles, D., Zuchandke, A. & Greiner, W. (2014):

Entwicklung der Leistungsempfängerzahlen in der Gesetzlichen Pflegeversicherung – Zum Einfluss unterschiedlicher Morbiditätsannahmen auf die Entwicklung der sozialrechtlich anerkannten Pflegebedürftigkeit in Deutschland, Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften, Jg. 134, S. 209 – 236.

 

Von der Schulenburg, J-M. Graf., Ruof, J., Schwartz, F.W. & Dintsios C.-M. (2014):

Early benefit assessment (EBA) in Germany: analysing decisions 18 months after introducing the new AMNOG legislation, The European Journal of Health Economics, Vol. 15, S.577-589.

 

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, 3:181–192.

 

Belot, M. & Schröder, M. (2013):

Sloppy work, lies and theft: A novel experimental design to study counterproductive behaviour. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 93, 233-238.

 

Melly, B. & Puhani, P. A. (2013):

Do Public Ownership and Lack of Competition Matter for Wages and Employment? Evidence from Personnel Records of a Privatized Firm, Journal of the European Economic Association 11: 918-944.

 

Thiel, H. & Thomsen, S. L. (2013):

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

 

Von der Schulenburg, J-M. Graf. (2012):

Entscheidungsunterstützung durch gesundheitsökonomische Evaluation in Deutschland aus Perspektive der Wissenschaft, Bundesgesundheitsblatt – Gesundheitsforschung – Gesundheitsschutz, Jg. 55, S. 660-667.

 

Arntz, M. & Thomsen, S. L. (2011):

Crowding Out Informal Caregivers. Evidence from a Field Experiment in Germany, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 73, 3, 398-427.

 

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.

 

Herr, A., Schmitz, H. & Augurzky, B. (2011):

Profit efficiency and ownership of German hospitals, Health Economics 20 (6): 660–674.

 

Puhani, P.A. & Sonderhof, K. (2011):

The Effects of Parental Leave Extension on Training for Young Women, Journal of Population Economics 24: 731-760, 2011.

 

Von der Schulenburg, J-M. Graf. & Schöffski, O. (2011):

Gesundheitsökonomische Evaluationen, Grundlagen und Standortbestimmung, Berlin: Springer (1998) (mit Glaser, P.) - 2. überarbeitete Auflage (2000) - 3. vollständig überarbeitete Auflage (2008) - 4. vollständig überarbeitete Auflage (2011).

 

Hujer, R. & Thomsen, S. L. (2010):

How Do Employment Effects of Job Creation Schemes Differ with Respect to the Foregoing Unemployment Duration?, Labour Economics, 17(1), 38-51.

 

Mühlenweg, A.M. & Puhani, P. A. (2010):

The Evolution of the School Entry Age Effect in a School Tracking System, Journal of Human Resources 45: 407-438.

 

Puhani, P.A. & Sonderhof, K. (2010):

The Effects of a Sick Pay Reform on Absence and on Health-Related Outcomes, Journal of Health Economics 29: 285-302.

 

Von der Schulenburg, J-M. Graf., Damm, K. & Kuhlmann, A. (2010):

Der Gesundheitsmarkt 2015: Trends und Entwicklungen, Göttingen: Cuvillier.

 

Aldashev, A., Gernandt, J. & Thomsen, S. L. (2009):

Language Usage, Participation, Employment and Earnings - Evidence for Foreigners in Germany with Multiple Sources of Selection, Labour Economics, 16(3), 330-341.

 

Herr, A. (2008):

Cost and technical efficiency of German hospitals: Does ownership matter?, Health Economics 17 (9): 1057-71.