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Sitzungsübersicht
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Datum: Dienstag, 17.03.2020
12:30
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14:00
ORG2
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Blagoy Blagoev, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
 

Organisation

The nexus between standards and innovation – an explanation of contradictory results through the concept of social agency

Andrea Fried1,2, Diana Karadzhova-Beyer2, Sarah Langer2, Agnieta Pretorius3

1: Linköping University, Schweden; 2: Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany; 3: Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa

Diskutant: Paul Zimmermann (Universität Innsbruck)




Organisation

The Dynamics of Prioritizing: Person-Roles, Routines, and the Emergence of Temporal Coordination in Complex Work Settings

Waldemar Kremser1, Blagoy Blagoev2

1: Radboud Universität Nijmegen, Niederlande; 2: Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Deutschland

Datum: Mittwoch, 18.03.2020
9:00
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10:30
Digital Day: Consumer Privacy on the Internet
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5

Lennart Kraft (Goethe Universität Frankfurt): Privacy and the Prevalence of Inconsistencies in Third-Party Consumer Profiling
Ass. Prof. Alexander Bleier (Frankfurt School): Consumer Privacy and the Future of Data-Based Innovation and Marketing
Prof. Oliver Emrich (Universität Mainz): Empirical insights on mindset personalization and their implications for consumer privacy

10:45
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12:15
WI1: Organization and processes of digital transformation
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Rainer Alt, Universität Leipzig
 

Wirtschaftsinformatik

Crowdworking Platforms in Germany: Business Insights from a Study & Implications for Society

Volkmar Mrass1, Christoph Peters2,1, Jan Marco Leimeister2,1

1: Universität Kassel, Deutschland; 2: Universität St.Gallen, Schweiz




Wirtschaftsinformatik

More Self-Organization, More Control – Or Even Both? Inverse Transparency As A New Digital Leadership Concept

Maren Gierlich, Thomas Hess, Rahild Neuburger

LMU, Deutschland




Wirtschaftsinformatik

The General Data Protection Regulation in Financial Services Industries: How Do Companies Approach the Implementation of the GDPR and What Can We Learn From Their Approaches?

Manuel Holler1, Benjamin Spottke2, Seth Benzell3, Matthias Ehrat1

1: Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland; 2: University of St.Gallen, Switzerland; 3: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States

12:30
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14:00
BA-FI1: Financial Intermediation: Portfolio Choice
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Raimond Maurer, Goethe Universität Frankfurt
 

Finanzinstitutionen

Dynamic Asset Allocation with Relative Wealth Concerns in Incomplete Markets

Holger Kraft1, André Meyer-Wehmann1, Frank Seifried2

1: Goethe Universiät; 2: Universität Trier

Diskutant: Johannes Kriebel (Universität Münster)




Finanzinstitutionen

Automated Portfolio Rebalancing: Automatic Erosion of Investment Performance?

Matthias Horn, Andreas Oehler

Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Deutschland

Diskutant: Astrid Salzmann (IÉSEG School of Management)




Finanzinstitutionen

Implications of Money-Back Guarantees for Individual Retirement Accounts: Protection Then and Now

Vanya Horneff1, Daniel Liebler1, Raimond Maurer1, Olivia S. Mitchell2

1: Goethe University Frankfurt; 2: Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Diskutant: André Meyer-Wehmann (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)

14:15
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15:45
MARK: Digital Day: Consumer Behavior in the Digital Age
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
 

Marketing

Providing Personal Information to the Benefit of Others

Bettina Rockenbach2, Abdolkarim Sadrieh1, Anne Schielke2

1: Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Deutschland; 2: Universität zu Köln, Deutschland




Marketing

Do Ads Harm News Consumption?

Shunyao Yan, Klaus Miller, Bernd Skiera

Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany




Marketing

Does Digital Transformation in B2B Sales Really Pay Off? – Contingent Effects of Sales Digital Maturity on Firm Performance

Alexandru Oproiescu, Sascha Alavi, Jan Wieseke, Christian Schmitz

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Deutschland

16:00
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17:30
BA-FI2: Financial Intermediation: Credit Ratings and Financial Stability
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Matthias Horn, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
 

Finanzinstitutionen

Losing funds, or losing face? Reputational and Accountability Mechanisms in the Credit Rating Industry

Martin Angerer1, Matthias Herrmann-Meng1, Wiebke Szymczak2

1: Universität Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein; 2: Universität Hamburg, Deutschland




Finanzinstitutionen

Can CoCo-bonds Mitigate Systemic Risk?

Matthias Petras, Arndt-Gerrit Kund

Universität zu Köln, Deutschland

Diskutant: Rainer Baule (Fernuniversität Hagen)

17:45
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19:45
BA-FI3: Financial Intermediation: Banking
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Susanne Homölle, University of Rostock
 

Finanzinstitutionen

Relationship Lending and the Quality of Social Interactions: Evidence from Small Business Lending in Germany

Rouven Möller1, Lorraine Scholle1, Stephan Paul1, Daniel Kaltofen2

1: Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Deutschland; 2: University of Applied Sciences Europe

Diskutant: Susanne Homölle (Universität Rostock)




Finanzinstitutionen

Innovating Banks And Local Lending

Denefa Bostandzic1, Gregor Weiss2

1: HHU Düsseldorf; 2: Universität Leipzig, Deutschland

Diskutant: Oliver Entrop (Universität Passau)




Finanzinstitutionen

Measuring the Effect of Digitalization Efforts on Bank Performance

Johannes Kriebel, Jörn Debener

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Deutschland

Diskutant: Matthias Horn (Universität Bamberg)

Datum: Donnerstag, 19.03.2020
9:00
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10:30
BA-FI4: Asset Pricing
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Oliver Entrop, Universität Passau
 

Corporate Finance

The Remarkable Relevance of Characteristics for Momentum Profits

Birgit Müller1,2, Sebastian Müller2

1: Darmstadt University of Technology, Deutschland; 2: German Graduate School of Management and Law, Deutschland

Diskutant: Olaf Korn (Universität Göttingen)




Corporate Finance

The Foreign Exchange Risk Premium in the Cross-Section of Stock Returns: International Evidence

Alain Krapl1, Armin Varmaz2

1: Haile/US Bank College of Business, Northern Kentucky University; 2: School of international Business, Hochschule Bremen, Deutschland

Diskutant: Birgit Müller (TU Darmstadt)




Corporate Finance

Capital Share Risk in International Asset Pricing

Birgit Müller1,2, Sebastian Müller2, Dirk Schiereck1

1: Darmstadt University of Technology, Deutschland; 2: Technical University of Munich, Deutschland

Diskutant: Armin Varmaz (Hochschule Bremen)

12:30
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14:00
RECH2: Financial Accounting
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Jörg-Markus Hitz, Georg-August University Goettingen
 

Rechnungswesen

Global standards without the United States? Institutional work and the U.S. non-adoption of IFRS

Kirstin Becker2, Holger Daske3, Christoph Pelger1

1: Universität Innsbruck, Österreich; 2: Copenhagen Business School, Dänemark; 3: Universität Mannheim, Deutschland




Rechnungswesen

Fighting Climate Change with Disclosure? The Real Effects of Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Emission Disclosure

Benedikt Downar1, Jürgen Ernstberger1, Hannes Rettenbacher3, Sebastian Schwenen1, Aleksandar Zaklan2

1: Technische Universität München, Deutschland; 2: DIW Berlin; 3: PriceWaterhouseCoopers

14:15
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15:45
BA-FI6: Corporate Financial Management and Communication
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Marliese Uhrig-Homburg, KIT
 

Corporate Finance

Share repurchases, undervaluation, and corporate social responsibility

Nils-Christian Bobenhausen, Astrid Salzmann, Andreas Knetsch

RWTH Aachen University, Deutschland

Diskutant: Iulia Udoieva (Universität Marburg)




Corporate Finance

Improving bargaining power or putting safety first? Ownership structure and the effect of labor market regulation on leverage

Marina Kononova, Marc Steffen Rapp, Iuliia Udoieva

Philipps-Universität Marburg, Deutschland

Diskutant: Sasan Mansouri (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)




Corporate Finance

Econlinguisitics

Andreas Barth, Sasan Mansouri, Fabian Woebbeking

Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Diskutant: Astrid Salzmann (RWTH Aachen)

16:00
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17:30
BA-FI7: Finance Slam
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Olaf Korn, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
 

Corporate Finance

Is hedging for believers? The role of expectations in optimal production and hedging decisions

Martin Reinke1, Richard Peter2

1: LMU München, Institut für Finance & Banking, Deutschland; 2: University of Iowa, Department of Finance, USA




Corporate Finance

Managerial Bullshitting and M&A Performance

Désirée-Jessica Pely

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Deutschland




Corporate Finance

M&A communication and analysts’ forecasts: Evidence from conference calls

Tobias Böhmer

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Deutschland

17:45
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19:45
RECH4: Financial Accounting
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Ulrich Schäfer, Universität Zürich
 

Controlling

Value-Based Management Control Systems and Strategic Change

Marc Steffen Rapp1, Jana Oehmichen2, Olena Mavropulo1

1: Philipps-Universutät Marburg, Deutschland; 2: University of Groningen




Rechnungswesen

Can You Trust the Blockchain? The (limited) Power of Peer-to-Peer Networks for Information Provision

Benedikt Franke1, Andre Stenzel2, Qi Gao2

1: Skema Business School, Frankreich; 2: Universität Mannheim




Rechnungswesen

Deceiving Two Masters: The Effects of Financial Incentives and Reputational Concerns on Reporting Bias

Miró Feller, Ulrich Schäfer

Universität Zürich, Schweiz




Rechnungswesen

The use of data analytics tools in audit practice: extent & explanations

Blerina Islami, Christiane Pott

TU Dortmund, Deutschland

19:50
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21:20
BA-FI5: Risk and Risk Pricing
Ort: Virtueller Raum 5
Chair: Olaf Korn, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
 

Corporate Finance

Doing Safe by Doing Good: Risk and Return of ESG Investing in the U.S. and Europe

Christina E. Bannier1, Yannik Bofinger2, Björn Rock1

1: Justus Liebig University Giessen, Chair of Banking & Finance; 2: Justus Liebig University Giessen, Research Network Behavioral and Social Finance and Accounting

Diskutant: Andreas Barth (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)




Corporate Finance

Pricing of counterparty credit risk in OTC derivatives

Florian Balke, Andreas Barth, Arne Reichel, Mark Wahrenburg

Goethe-Universität, Deutschland

Diskutant: Yannik Bofinger (Universität Gießen)


 
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