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Session Overview
Location: Virtual Room 1
Date: Tuesday, 17/Mar/2020
10:45am
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12:15pm
Preconference - Introduction to Textual Analysis using Python
Location: Virtual Room 1

Methoden-Block I
Prof. Dr. Alexander Hillert (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)

2:15pm
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3:45pm
Preconference - Towards Interpretable Machine Learning: An Overview of Current Techniques to Shed Light on the Black Box
Location: Virtual Room 1

Methoden-Block I
Gabriela Alves Werb (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)

4:00pm
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5:30pm
VHB-Hauptversammlung
Location: Virtual Room 1
Date: Wednesday, 18/Mar/2020
9:00am
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10:30am
Digital Day: Digital Currencies and the Future of Payment
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Mark Wahrenburg, Goethe Universität

Prof. Hans-Gert Penzel (Universität Regensburg)
Jochen Siegert (Traxpay, ehemals Paypal)
Matthias Kaufmann (Consulting & Management (Cards, Mobiles, Payments))

10:45am
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12:15pm
Digital Day: Zukunft der Arbeit – Digitalisierung ändert unsere Arbeitswelt
Location: Virtual Room 1

Moderation: Hans-Helmut Kotz (CFS, SAFE)
Ekkehard Ernst (Chief Economist, International Trade Organization, Genf)
Eckart Windhagen (Senior Partner bei McKinsey und beim McKinsey Global Institute)
Thessa von Hülsen (Geschäftsführerin von Global Safety Textiles GmbH)

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Digital Day: Causal Inference in Machine Learning
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Thomas Otter, Goethe Uni

Ass. Professor Paul Hünermund (Maastricht University)

2:15pm
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3:45pm
Digital Day: Software eats the world - werden Unternehmen mit der Digitalisierung generell zu Softwareunternehmen?
Location: Virtual Room 1

Prof. Dr. Rainer Alt (Universität Leipzig)
Prof. Dr. Marco Leimeister (Universität St. Gallen/Universität Kassel)
Thomas Priemuth (Leitung Produktionssystem Werk Leipzig, BMW Group)
Prof. Dr. Nils Urbach (Universität Bayreuth)
Prof. Nico Wunderlich (Universität Kopenhagen)
Dr. Stephan Sachse (Manager Digitalisierung, VNG AG)

4:00pm
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5:30pm
Digital Day: Keynote-Session: Zukunftsherausforderungen der Digitalen Transformation
Location: Virtual Room 1

Moderation: Alexander Coelius (Geschäftsführer Cosalux)
Dr. Michael Groß (Groß & Cie. GmbH, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Olympiasieger): Leadership und Digitale Transformation
Marcel Isbert (pegalion, Mitglied der AI Alliance der Europäischen Kommission): KI im Human Resource Management
Beate Rosenthal (Director Agencies Germany, Google): tba
Matthias Eckert (Leiter Medienforschung, Hessischer Rundfunk): Digitale Medien 2020 - dynamischer Wandel ist Mainstream

5:45pm
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7:45pm
Digital Day: Keynote-Session: Zukunftsherausforderungen der Digitalen Transformation
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Wolfgang König, Goethe Universität
Chair: Mark Wahrenburg, Goethe Universität

Prof. Dr. Marco Leimeister (Universität St. Gallen): Digitale Transformation und die Zukunft von Arbeit, Universitäten und der BWL?
Oliver Steil (CEO, Teamviewer): IoT. Vom Buzzword zum Business Case

Date: Thursday, 19/Mar/2020
9:00am
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10:30am
Posterslam1: Posterslamsession
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Michael Leyer, Universität Rostock
 

Posterslamsession

Success lies in the eye of the beholder - Investigation on the relation between observers rating of personality and financial success in young firms

Julia Neuhaus1, Denefa Bostandzic2, Gregor Weiß3

1: Manchot Graduiertenschule „Wettbewerbsfähigkeit junger Unternehmen“ (WEJU), Heinrich Heine Universität, Deutschland; 2: Heinrich Heine Universität, Deutschland; 3: Universität Leipzig, Deutschland




Posterslamsession

The stigma of entrepreneurial failure: A systematic literature review

Nadine Bachmann, Birgit Feldbauer-Durstmüller, Stefan Mayr

Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Österreich




Posterslamsession

Je mehr, desto besser? Nichtlinearität im Kontext des Personalisierungs-Paradoxons im Online-Handel

Maximilian Hartmann, Alena Bermes, Adrian Pfaff

Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Lehrstuhl für Betriebswirtschaftslehre, insb. Marketing, Deutschland




Posterslamsession

“Let it snow”. The communicative constitution of snow and its importance for ski areas in the Alps

Monica Nadegger1,2

1: Universität Innsbruck;; 2: Management Center Innsbruck, Department Tourismus- & Freizeitwirtschaft

12:30pm
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2:00pm
TIE3: Patents and Intellectual Property
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Fabian Gaessler, Max-Planck-Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb
 

Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Disclosure and Subsequent Innovation: Evidence from the Patent Depository Library Program

Jeffrey Furman3, Markus Nagler1, Martin Watzinger2

1: FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, Deutschland; 2: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; 3: Boston University

2:15pm
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3:45pm
TIE4: New Product Development
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Søren Salomo, TU Berlin
 

Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Sales Force Influence on New Product Developments: The Fine Line between Too Little and Too Much Sales Force Influence.

Sebastian Glöckner2, Holger Ernst2, Anna Dubiel1

1: King's Business School, London, Vereinigtes Königreich; 2: WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar




Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Mapping the Journal Landscape of Innovation Studies: A Bibliometric Analysis

Valeska Maul, Robert Rose, Katharina Hölzle

Universität Potsdam, Deutschland

4:00pm
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5:30pm
TIE5: Innovation: Policy and Education
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Dietmar Harhoff, Max-Planck-Inistitut für Innovation und Wettbewerb
 

Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship Policy: Have We Been Asking the Wrong Question?

David B. Audretsch1, Erik E. Lehmann2, Matthias Menter3, Nikolaus Seitz2

1: Indiana University Bloomington; 2: Universität Augsburg; 3: Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena




Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Transformational Change in Higher Education: Does the Evolution Towards Entrepreneurial Universities Influence Regional High-Technology Entrepreneurship?

James A. Cunningham1, Matthias Menter2

1: Northumbria University; 2: Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena




Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The Innovation Effect of the Introduction of Universities of Applied Sciences in Germany: Interdependencies Between Different Types of Research Institutions

Patrick Lehnert2, Curdin Pfister2, Dietmar Harhoff1, Uschi Backes-Gellner2

1: Max-Planck-Inistitut für Innovation und Wettbewerb, Deutschland; 2: University of Zürich

5:45pm
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7:45pm
TIE6: Adoption and Diffusion of Innovation
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Tim Schweisfurth, University of Southern Denmark
 

Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The Effects of Technology Affinity, Prior Customer Journey Experience and Brand Familiarity on the Acceptance of Smart e-Services Innovations

Stefan Trautwein1, Christian Arnold2, Jörg Lindenmeier1

1: Public & Non-Profit Management, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Deutschland; 2: HWTK Hochschule für Wirtschaft, Technik und Kultur Baden-Baden, Deutschland




Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Digital Transformation in Health Care: Diffusion Determinants of Digital Innovations in Incumbent Organizations

Stefanie Steinhauser

Universität Regensburg, Deutschland




Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

No Face, No Name, No Shame? Overcoming Barriers to Intra-organizational Public Knowledge Seeking

Mickeler Maren1, Khashabi Pooyan1, Marco Kleine2, Kretschmer Tobias1

1: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; 2: Max-Planck-Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb, Deutschland




Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Institutional Work Battles in the Media Discourse on Discontinuous Innovation: Narratives and Rhetoric in the Context of the Sharing Economy

Julian Lehmann, Florian Weber, Lorenz Graf-Vlachy, Andreas König

Universität Passau, Deutschland

7:50pm
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9:20pm
Posterslam2: Posterslamsession
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Michael Leyer, Universität Rostock
 

Posterslamsession

Shaping the digital transformation: Mixed methods research based on multi-modal observations of individual modeling processes

Kristina Rosenthal, Stefan Strecker

FernUniversität in Hagen, Deutschland




Posterslamsession

The Efficacy of Innovation Labs from a Dynamic Capabilities Perspective – an Exploratory Study

Manuel Skrzypczak, Philipp Mörk, Wolfgang Burr, Christian Flack

Universität Stuttgart, Deutschland




Posterslamsession

Steuerungstool des Board of Directors für Digitale Transformationsprojekte

Nils Georg Mörstedt, Andrea Back

Universität St. Gallen, Schweiz

Date: Friday, 20/Mar/2020
9:00am
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10:30am
WEW1: Tagung Ethische Herausforderungen der Digitalisierung
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Wolf Rogowski, Uni Bremen

Luca Haensse (Uni Vechta): Blockchain-Technologie in Lieferketten & normative Ambivalenz: Zwischen Menschenrechten und Datenschutz
Franz Schencking: Entrepreneurship-BWL: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Digitalisierung unternehmerischer Entscheidungen

11:00am
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12:40pm
WEW2: Tagung Ethische Herausforderungen der Digitalisierung
Location: Virtual Room 1
Chair: Wolf Rogowski, Uni Bremen

Philipp Schreck, Tassilo Sobotta (Uni Halle): Altruistic cooperation and self-governance. An experimental study on social dilemmas with negative externalities
Julian Plath et al. (Uni Bremen): The Carbon Footprint of Digital Healthcare Applications – A Systematic Review (tbc)
Wolf Rogowski (Uni Bremen): Abschließende Diskussion und Verabschiedung


 
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