Chair of Corporate Management
Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen and her team cordially welcome you to the website of the Chair of Corporate Management at the Technische Universität München.
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Dominik Schall, Dominik Doll and Alwine Mohnen were awarded at the Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics (ABFE) conference 2014 in Los Angeles with the best doctoral paper award for their paper "Caution! Warnings as a Useless Countermeasure to Reduce Overconfidence? An Experimental Evaluation in Light of State-of-the-Art Warning Designs." Theoretical, Empirical/Experimental,...
Sebastian Ihrig, Alessio Ishizaka and Alwine Mohnen were awarded at the ISAHP 2014 in Washington D.C. with the best application paper proposal award (third place) for the proposal titled: Target Setting for Indirect Processes – A new Hybrid Method for the Continuous Improvement Management of Indirect Processes. The ISAHP is the primary conference in the research field of Analytic Hierarchy and...
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Zusammen mit Prof. Dr. Uschi Backes-Gellner und Dr. Arndt Werner veröffentlichte Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen das Paper "Effort Provision in Entrepreneurial Teams - Effects of Team Size, Free-Riding and Peer Pressure" im Journal of Business Economics (ehemals Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaftslehre).
Zusammen mit Dr. Andrea Hammermann veröffentlichte Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen das Paper "The Pric(z)e of Hard Work. Different Incentive Effects of Non-Monetary and Monetary Prizes" im Journal of Economic Psychology. Unter folgenden Links können Sie den Abstract einsehen: Abstract
In an article on "Privacy and freedom: An economic (re-)evaluation of privacy," Andreas develops together with Dominik van Aaken and Arnold Picot a novel economic perspective on privacy. The authors show that privacy is closely related to freedom and therefore should be given a similar priority in economic decision-making. The article has been published in the May issue of Kyklos (DOI:...
Andreas Ostermaier has left TUM for a 4-month research visit to Stanford University. He is going to continue his work in the fields of accounting and innovation management in California. We are pleased about his invitation to this highly reputed institution and his chance to connect to international top researchers. We wish him good luck for his stay.