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Publications

Monographs

2020

  • Freitag, Michael, Aseem Kinra, Herbert Kotzab, Hans-Jörg Kreowski und Klaus-Dieter Thoben (2020): Subject-Oriented Business Process Management. The Digital Workplace – Nucleus of Transformation, Communications in Computer and Information Science, Springer. Order.

2019

  • Dorfleitner, Gregor and Lars Hornuf (2019): FinTech and Data Privacy in Germany: An Empirical Analysis with Policy Recommendations, Springer: Cham.
  • Dorfleitner, Gregorand Lars Hornuf (2019): FinTech und Datenschutz: Eine empirische Untersuchung mit Empfehlungen für Politik und Praxis, Springer Gabler: Wiesbaden. Order.
  • Hainz, Christa and Lars Hornuf (2019): Praxiserfahrungen mit den Befreiungsvorschriften des Kleinanlegerschutzgesetzes: Eine aktuelle Bestandsaufnahme, ifo Forschungsbericht 102, ifo Institut, Munich. 

2018

  • Cumming, Douglas and Lars Hornuf (ed.) (2018): The Economics of Crowdfunding: Startups, Portals, and Investor Behavior, Palgrave Macmillan: London.

Journal Publications

2021

  • Hornuf, Lars, Theresa Kück and Armin Schwienbacher (2021): Initial Coin Offerings, Information Disclosure, and Fraud, Small Business Economics, forthcoming. 
  • Rieth, Michele und Vera Hagemann (2021). Veränderte Kompetenzanforderungen an Mitarbeitende infolge zunehmender Automatisierung – Eine Arbeitsfeldbetrachtung. Gruppe. Interaktion, Organisation. Zeitschrift für Angewandte Organisationspsychologie (GIO)Download.

2020

  • Kinra, Aseem, Samaneh Beheshti-Kashi, Rasmus Buch, Thomas Alexander Sick Nielsen and Francisco Pereira (2020): Examining the Potential of Textual Big Data Analytics for Public Policy Decision-making: A Case Study with Driverless Cars in Denmark. In: Transport Policy, In Press. Download.

  • Kinra, Aseem, Kim Sundtoft Hald, Raghava Rao Mukkamala and Ravi Vatrapu (2020): An Unstructured Big Data Approach for Country Logistics Performance Assessment in Global Supply Chains, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, Vol. 40, No. 4, 2020, p. 439-458. Download.

  • Loy, Thomas and Sebastian Steuer (2020): Der „Fall Wirecard“ und die aufsichtsrechtliche Bilanzkontrolle. Zeitschrift für internationale und kapitalmarktorientierte Rechnungslegung (KoR), H. 10, 20. Jg., 413-422

  • Leusin, Matheus Eduardo, Jutta Günther, Björn Jindra, Martin G. Moehrle (2020): Patenting patterns in Artificial Intelligence: Identifying national and international breeding grounds, World Patent Information, 62.

  • Hornuf, Lars, Todor Lohwasser, Milan Klus and Armin Schwienbacher (2020): How Do Banks Interact with Fintechs?, Small Business Economics, forthcoming.

  • Block, Jörn, Alexander Groh, Lars Hornuf, Tom Vanacker and Silvio Vismara (2020): The Entrepreneurial Finance Markets of the Future:  A Comparison of Crowdfunding and Initial Coin Offerings, Small Business Economics, forthcoming. Download.
  • Brandl, Barbara and Lars Hornuf (2020): Where Did FinTechs Come from, and Where Do They Go? The Transformation of the Financial Industry in Germany after Digitalization, Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence (Artificial Intelligence in Finance). Download.

2019

  • Ruiner, Caroline, Christina Debbing, Martina Schaper und Vera Hagemann (2019): Den Wandel gemeinsam gestalten – Digitalisierung als Bewährungsfeld für HR Business Partner, Zeitschrift Personalführung, 3, 38-43.
  • Wessel, Lauri, Elizabeth J. Davidson, Ana Paula Bezerra Barquet, Rothe, Hannes, Oliver Peters und Herlind Megges  (2019): “Configuration in Smart Service Systems: A Practice-based Inquiry.” Information Systems Journal Special Issue “Smart Service Systems” 
  • Ologeanu-Taddei, Roxana, Lauri Wessel und Isabelle Bourdon (2019): “Persistent Paradoxes in Pluralistic Organizations: A Case Study of Continued Use of Shadow-IT in a French Hospital”. 40th International Conference on Information Systems
  • Antony, Jürgen und Torben Klarl (2019): The implications of automation for economic growth when investment decisions are irreversible. Economics Letters, forthcoming. Also published as: Bremen Papers on Economics & Innovation  #1903
  • Haddad, Christian andLars Hornuf (2019): The Emergence of the Global Fintech Market: Economic and Technological Determinants, Small Business Economics, 53(1): 81-105.
  • Hornuf, Lars (2019): Libra: Eine Währung, die die Welt (nicht) braucht?, ifo Schnelldienst, 17/2019, 9-12. Download.
  • Küpper, Denise, Kristina Klein and Franziska Völckner (2019). Gamifying employer branding: An integrating framework and research propositions for a new HRM approach in the digitized economy. Human Resource Management Review. Download.
  • Hald, Kim Sundthoft und Aseem Kinra (2019): How the Blockchain enables and constrains supply chain performance. International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, 49(4): 376 -397.
  • Beheshti-Kashi, Samaneh, Jürgen Pannek und Aseem Kinra (2019): Complementing Decision Support and Forecasting Risk in Supply Chain with Unstructured Data. IFAC-PapersOnLine, 52(13): 1721-1726. Download.
  • Teller, Christoph, Xavier Brusset und Herbert Kotzab (2019): Physical and digital market places – where marketing meets operations. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 47(12): 1-9. Download. 
  • Galipoglu, Erdem, Herbert Kotzab, Christoph Teller, Isik Ozge Yumurtaci Hüseyinoglu und Jens Pöppelbuss (2018): Omni-Channel Retailing Research – State of the art and intellectual foundation. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 48 (4): 365-390.

2018

  • Block, Jörn, Lars Hornuf and Alexandra Moritz (2018): Which Updates During an Equity Crowdfunding Campaign Increase Crowd Participation?, Small Business Economics, 50(1): 3-27.
  • Dorfleitner, Gregor, Lars Hornuf and Martina Weber (2018): Dynamics of Investor Communication in Equity Crowdfunding, Electronic Markets, 28(4): 523-540.
  • Hornuf, Lars and Armin Schwienbacher (2018): Internet-Based Entrepreneurial Finance: Lessons from Germany, California Management Review, 60(2): 150-175.
  • Hornuf, Lars and Armin Schwienbacher (2018): Market Mechanisms and Funding Dynamics in Equity Crowdfunding, Journal of Corporate Finance, 50: 556-574.
  • Hornuf, Lars, Lars Klöhn and Tobias Schilling (2018): Financial Contracting in Crowdinvesting - Lessons from the German Market, German Law Journal, 19(3): 509-578.
  • Hornuf, Lars, Matthias Schmitt and Eliza Stenzhorn (2018): Equity Crowdfunding in Germany and the UK: Follow-Up Funding and Firm Failure, Corporate Governance: An International Review, 26(5): 331-354.
  • Loy, Thomas (2018):  Umsatzsteuerbetrug im innergemeinschaftlichen Erwerb: Konzept eines Blockchain-basierten Lösungsansatzes,  Deutsches Steuerrecht (DStR), 56(22): 1097-1104.
  • Eppmann, René, Magdalena Bekk and Kristina Klein (2018). Gameful Experience in Gamification (GAMEX): Construction and Validation of a New Scale, Journal of Interactive Marketing, 43(August), 98-115.
  • Eppmann, René, Kristina Klein and Magdalena Bekk (2018). WTG (Way to Go)! How to Take Gamification Research in Marketing to the Next Level, Marketing ZFP - Journal of Research and Management, 40(4), 44-52.

Working Papers

2020

  • Leusin, Matheus E., Björn Jindra, and Daniel S. Hain (2021): An evolutionary view on the emergence of Artificial Intelligence. Download.

  • Eppmann, René, Magdalena Bekk, Kristina Klein and Franziska Völckner (2020). Understanding the (negative and positive) effects of gamification for companies. MSI Working Paper Series.

2019

  • Hornuf, Lars, Tobias Schilling and Armin Schwienbacher (2019): Are Equity Crowdfunding Investors Active Investors?, CESifo Working Paper Series No. 7884.
  • Ruiner, Caroline, Vera Hagemann, Christina Debbing, Martina  Schaper, Matthias Klumpp und Marc Hesenius(2019). Mental Workload in Digitalized Work Contexts – Empirical Findings regarding the Changing World of Work in Production and Logistics. Full paper and presentation at the autumn workshop 2019of the Scientific Committee for Human Resources, Munich, Germany.
  • Hagemann, Vera, Martina  Schaper, Caroline Ruiner und Christina Debbing(2019). Psychische Belastungs- und Beanspruchungsmessung unter Berücksichtigung der Spezifika digitalisierter Arbeit. Short Paper and presentation at the autumn workshop 2019 of the Scientific Committee for Human Resources, Munich, Germany.

2018

  • Dorfleitner, Gregor, Lars Hornuf and Martina Weber (2018): Paralyzed by Shock and Confused by Glut: The Portfolio Formation Behavior of Peer-to-Business Lending Investors, Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper No. 18-11 und CESifo Working Paper Series No. 7092.
  • Hornuf, Lars and Sabrina Jeworrek (2018): Crowdsourced Innovation: How Community Managers Affect Crowd Activities, Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper No. 18-16 und CESifo Working Paper Series No. 7153.
  • Hornuf, Lars, Todor Lohwasser, Milan Klus and Armin Schwienbacher (2018): How Do Banks Interact with Fintechs? Forms of Alliances and Their Impact on Bank Value, CESifo Working Paper Series No. 7170.

Book Chapters

2020

  • Klumpp, Matthias, Marc Hesenius, Caroline Ruiner, und Vera Hagemann (2020): Künstliche Intelligenz zur Unterstützung neuer Arbeitswelten in Produktion, Handel und Logistik. In R. Buchkremer, T. Heupel, & O. Koch (Hrsg.), Künstliche Intelligenz in Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft (S. 155-167). Wiesbaden: Springer.
  • Klumpp, Matthias, Vera Hagemann und Martina Schaper (2020): Assessment of Cognitive Strain in Digital Logistics Work: Background, Analysis and Implications. In M. Freitag, H.D. Haasis, H. Kotzab & J. Pannek (ed.), Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC 2020) (p. 504-515), Cham: Springer Nature Switzerland.

  • Bäumler, Ilja und Herbert Kotzab (2020): Scenario-based development of intelligent transportation systems for road freight transport in Germany, in: Elbert, R./Friedrich, C./Boltze, M./Pfohl, H.-C. (eds.): Urban Freight Transportation Systems, 183-202, doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-817362-6.00010-0

2019

  • Klumpp, Matthias, Vera  Hagemann, Caroline Ruiner, Thomas J. Neukirchen und Marc Hesenius(2019): Arbeitswelten der Logistik im Wandel – Gestaltung digitalisierter Arbeit im Kontext des Internet der Dinge und von Industrie 4.0. In B. Hermeier, T. Heupel & S. Fichtner-Rosada (ed.), Arbeitswelten der Zukunft (S. 67-85). Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler.
  • Dorfleitner, Gregor, Lars Hornuf, Matthias Schmitt and Martina Weber (2019): Marktüberblick, in: Florian Möslein und Sebastian Omlor (ed.): FinTech Handbuch, Munich.
  • Kinra, Aseem, Samaneh Beheshti-Kashi, Francisco Pereira, Francois Combes and Werner Rothengatter (2019): “Textual data in transportation research: techniques and opportunities”, in Antoniou, C., Dimitriou, L. and Pereira, F. (eds.) Mobility Patterns, Big Data and Transport Analytics, Elsevier, 2019, pp. 173-197.
  • Buer, Tobias, Hans-Dietrich Hassis, Aseem Kinra und Herbert Kotzab (2019): “An overview to contemporary maritime logistics and supply chain management decision areas”, in Panayides, P. (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Maritime Management, Routledge, 2019
  • Unseld, Hans und Herbert Kotzab (2019): Zero-Emission Hinterland Supply Chains – Ein Plädoyer für einen Strategiewandel im Schienengüterverkehr, in: Schröder M., Wegner K. (eds) Logistik im Wandel der Zeit – Von der Produktionssteuerung zu vernetzten Supply Chains. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden, 689-707

2018

  • Loklindt, Christopher, Marc-Philip Moeller and Aseem Kinra (2018): “How Blockchain could be implemented for exchanging documentation in the shipping industry”, Lecture Notes in Logistics, Springer, 2018.