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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Sabrina Falk awarded Johannes B. Ortner prize

Sabrina Falk was awarded the Johannes B. Ortner prize for her dissertation on the topic “Challenges of Recruitment and Incentive Management – Empirical Studies on the Effects of Informational Asymmetries, Monetary and Non-Monetary Job Characteristics”. The Johannes B. Ortner foundation honors excellent work by young researchers in technical subjects and the natural sciences. We congratulate...[mehr]


New publication by Andreas Ostermaier

Andreas Ostermaier investigates how intrinsic motivation, creativity, and job satisfaction relate to privacy. He finds that employees who have privacy are more motivated and more satisfied with their job. Andreas earned his doctoral degree in business administration from the University of Munich in 2011. We are pleased that his work is now available to the public (Duncker & Humblot,...[mehr]


Neue Publikation von Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen

Zusammen mit Dr. Andrea Hammermann veröffentlichte Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen den Beitrag "Who benefits from benefits? Empirical research on tangible incentives" in dem Journal Review of Managerial Science. Unter folgenden Links können Sie den Abstract sowie das Full-Paper einsehen: AbstractFull-paper[mehr]


Gastvortrag von Roland Berger Strategy Consultants am 19.06.2013

Am 19.06.2013 findet von 11:30-12:30 Uhr der Gastvortrag von Dr. Thomas Fritz (Roland Berger Strategy Consultants - Senior Project Manager) zum Thema "Werttreiberorientierte Steuerung am Beispiel von Energieversorgungsunternehmen" im Raum 0534 statt. Wir freuen uns auf zahlreiches Erscheinen![mehr]


Andreas Ostermaier publishes in AoM Proceedings

Departing from the skeptical economic view of privacy, Andreas Ostermaier, Dominik van Aaken and Arnold Picot (LMU München) re-evaluate privacy from the perspective of economic liberalism. They conceive privacy as a specific form of freedom, which in turn is fundamental to economics. Freedom cannot be ‘self-defeating,’ i.e. people are not free to give up their freedom. This idea extends to...[mehr]


Neue Veröffentlichung von Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen und Sabrina Falk

Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen untersuchte zusammen mit Sabrina Falk, Dr. Arndt Werner (Institut für Mittelstandsforschung Bonn) und Dr. Andrea Hammermann (RWTH Aachen) welchen Einfluss Informationsasymmetrien bei der Personalbeschaffung von Unternehmen haben. Die Studie mit dem Titel „Different degrees of informational asymmetry on job markets and its impact on companies’ recruiting success” ist im...[mehr]


Teilnahme von Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen und Sabrina Falk am Thurgau Experimental Economics Meeting

Im April nehmen Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen und Sabrina Falk am 4. Thurgau Experimental Economics Meeting zum Thema „Reference-dependent preferences” teil, um dort zwei aktuelle Forschungsprojekte zu referenzpunktbezogenen Präferenzen vorzustellen.[mehr]