Globalization and Regionalization

 

Globalization and Regionalization are antecedents within the ongoing process of the increasing interrelation of markets, politics and society:

 

At the core of reality of globalization today are regions and this will remain so for many years to come
Moore/Rugman, McGill International Review, Fall 2005, p. 27

While multinational enterprises drive globalization, their strategy is about regionalization. Entrepreneurial firms, employing most of their employees within their respective host country or host region, operate on a multinational level. Regional policy makers are more concerned with regional than with nationwide wealth effects. Accordingly, their lenses are reduced to regional economic growth – and thus they compete with policy makers from other regions all over the world. On the other hand, the increasing interrelation of markets lead to problems, risks and also chances which are beyond a nationwide (or regional) level. Thus – global business management is also about regional business management!

Our research program is dedicated to the risks, problems, chances and challenges grounded on this gap – the gap between globalization of firms and markets on the one and regionalization effects on the other hand. In particular, we are interested in how firms can access the necessary resources such as financial capital, human capital and knowledge spillovers from their location (Spatial Resource Management), how these resources are transformed into marketable products to exploit strategic advantages in a globalized world (Organizational Capital Management) and how these processes are governed to ensure that all investors with relationship specific investments could be protected within this process (Corporate Governance).

Corporate Governance

 

Corporate Governance issues are predominant in all types of organizations and all over the world and differ among different types of firms. Governance problems arise when resources cannot perfectly be allocated by market mechanisms or contracts. While a corporation or organization is in general only an empty legal shell, the interactions and transactions of individuals within this shell require authority and hierarchy to coordinate and motivate the interests of the individual members of the organization. Individuals at the top of a hierarchical pyramid could use their power to extract private rents at the cost of a firm’s stakeholders and underinvestment. While this phenomenon or “managerial misbehavior” is often ascribed and reduced to large and public companies with dispersed shareholders, all types of organizations, profit or not-for profit, are characterized by and suffer from the moral hazard and adverse selection problems at the top of their pyramids.

 

Our research program focuses on three types of firms: Entrepreneurial firms, medium sized and family owned firms, and large and public companies. All three types of firms are faced with an increasing international competition in input and output markets but differ in their size and ownership structures and are thus faced with specific kinds of governance problems.

Large and Public Companies

The problems in corporate governance are often reduced to the separation of ownership and control induced by the dispersion of equity stakes in public companies. Without the control of a large shareholder, managers could follow their own interests at the costs of the owners of the firms – the plenty of unknown shareholders. Influenced by the academic research from Anglo-Saxon countries like the US and UK, it is mainstream to focus only on the shareholder as the most relevant stakeholder of a corporation – treating shareholder value as the single one goal of managers.

Our research program on corporate governance in large and public companies fits in parts into this context. Since corporations in Continental Europe in general and in particular in Germany differ from the “All American Corporation”, we also focus on different and specific issues in Corporate Governance, like the interrelation of different kinds of large shareholders, board composition and co-determination and specific kinds of moral hazard behavior (Crime).

Geschäftsgebäude mit Glasfassade von unten gesehen

Medium Sized and Family Owned Firms

Medium sized and family owned firms are often cited as being the backbone of the regional and national economy. They differ from other types of firms in their specific governance and ownership structure: Families. This research program is dedicated to the pros and cons of families as the major shareholders in firms, how they differ in their way to govern firms, their innovation activities and performance.

Eine Hand hält ein Schild mit der Aufschrift Small and Medium Enterprises

Entrepreneurial Firms

Entrepreneurial firms, young and small firms operating in high technology intensive industries, are associated with high growth but also high failure rates. While few of them are successful in overcoming the barriers in their early stages, most of them fail in early years. Entrepreneurial firms are associated with high risks and thus suffer from difficulties in attracting the necessary resources like financial and human capital. Research on corporate governance in entrepreneurial firms focuses on all stages of their life cycle, from birth via spin-offs or start-ups over the first period of growth until the final stages of their live cycles, being taken over by an incumbent firm (M&A), establishing themselves as independent corporations, or their failure by insolvency or bankruptcy. Thus, corporate governance problems differ and vary along the life cycle of entrepreneurial firms (see Audretsch/Lehmann, Corporate Governance in Entrepreneurial firms, mimeo 2011).

Sechs Angestellte in einer Teamsitzung von oben mit einem Blatt Papier in der Mitte, auf dem eine Glühbirne abgebildet ist

Organizational Capital Management

 

Organizations accumulate, store and optimize knowledge to enhance their technologies of production. Analogous to financial capital firms may invest in organizational capital, acquire, manage and sell portfolios of knowledge. This knowledge is embodied in the employees’ skills or human capital, the operating capabilities represented through practices, processes and designs as well as by the firms’ readiness to innovate or corporate entrepreneurship. The competitive advantage to be gained by the management of organisational capital lies in its tacitness. The unique bundling of the three aspects cannot be completely codified and hence neither be easily transferred nor imitated. Popular examples of abnormal rents and firm growth created by organizational capital include Wal-Mart in retail, Apple in high-end electronic consumer devices or Google in web-based services.

Human Capital

Human capital can be described as the combination of talents, personality attributes, education, experiences and competencies embodied in an individual. Although the notion of human capital is commonly ascribed to Nobel laureate Gary S. Becker for his works on education the concept itself is as old as the discipline of economics. Adam Smith (1776) wrote: “The improved dexterity of a workman may be considered in the same light as a machine or instrument of trade which facilitates and abridges labor, and which, though it costs a certain expense, repays that expense with a profit.” Nowadays – almost 250 years later – we are rather concerned with the human capital of the manager or entrepreneur than that of the Smithsonian workman.

Menschen als Passanten in einer Fußgängerzone von oben betrachtet

Practices, Processes and Designs

Besides the organizational capital represented by individuals there is a firm-specific capital embodied in the way a firm is organized. These include formal organizational designs concerning coordination (e.g. the use of lateral or vertical coordination) and motivation (e.g. incentive systems) as well as efficient workflows within an organization. Moreover organizational practices represent informal ways of coordinating and motivating. These include mentoring and coaching behavior of supervisors, elements of on the job training of new employees or informal and self enforcing rules like organizational culture.

Zwei Zahnräder, die ineinander greifen, mit der Aufschrift management und processes

Corporate Entrepreneurship

Corporate Entrepreneurship encompasses all innovative activities of existing firms with the aim of enhancing firm performance. These might be (technological) innovations within the firms’ existing product-market focus or activities concerning strategic renewal or business development. Corporate-Entrepreneurial behavior to achieve those goals is marked by the willingness to take risks, a proactive and aggressive approach to competition and innovativeness.

Ein Straßenwegweiser mit drei Schildern namens Vision, Strategy und Innovation

Spatial Resource Management

 

Location matters! Recent developments in economics and business highlight the importance of a region’s endowment with scarce resources as a major driver of strategic advantages for every type and size of firms. Thus, policy makers are concerned with providing the infrastructure necessary to attract high potential firms, either multinationals or young and entrepreneurial firms. Within this process, research intensive institutes play the key role by generating knowledge spillover effects for firms located in a short distance to absorb external knowledge. Complementary to research intensive institutions are higher education institutes such as universities as providers of human capital, financial intermediaries like banks and venture capitalists but also all circumstances that shape quality of life to attract and gain high potentials.

Publications

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2022

Christina Guenther and Erik E. Lehmann
David B. Audretsch: Clarivate Citation Laureate 2021

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David Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Albert Link (eds.)
Handbook of Technology Transfer

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Julian Schenkenhofer
Hidden champions: a review of the literature & future research avenues

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Erik E. Lehmann, Stefano Paleari and Michele Meoli (eds.)
Innovation and entrepreneurship in the academia

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Erik E. Lehmann, Michele Meoli and Stefano Paleari
Innovation, entrepreneurship and the academic context

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Erik E. Lehmann, Jonah M. Otto, Laurenz Weiße and Katharine Wirsching
Internationalization meets digitalization: entrepreneurial responses in higher education to the COVID-19 pandemic

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Albert N. Link
Introduction to the Handbook of Technology Transfer

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Erik E. Lehmann, Robert Ullmann, Drahomir Klimsa and Laurenz Weiße
It's not just all about the money: the effects of scandals on organizational affiliation and competition

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Narrative entrepreneurship: bringing (his)story back to entrepreneurship

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Frank Lambrechts, Jolien Huybrechts, Alfredo De Massis and Erik E. Lehmann
The "open family firm": openness as boundary work in family enterprises

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
The knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship

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Patrick Haslanger, Erik E. Lehmann and Nikolaus Seitz
The performance effects of corporate venture capital: a meta-analysis

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Erik E. Lehmann, Matthias Menter and Katharine Wirsching
University spillovers, absorptive capacities, and firm performance

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2021

David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Julian Schenkenhofer
A context-choice model of niche entrepreneurship

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Erik E. Lehmann, David B. Audretsch and Stefano Paleari
Academic entrepreneurship

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Nikolaus Seitz
Amenities, subcultures, and entrepreneurship

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Rosa Caiazza, Phillip Phan, Erik E. Lehmann and Henry Etzkowitz
An absorptive capacity-based systems view of Covid-19 in the small business economy

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Jonah M. Otto, Mansour Zarrin, Dominik Wilhelm and Jens O. Brunner
Analyzing the relative efficiency of internationalization in the university business model: the case of Germany

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Kristel Miller, James Cunningham and Erik E. Lehmann
Extending the university mission and business model: influences and implications

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Erik E. Lehmann, Michele Meoli and Stefano Paleari
Innovation, entrepreneurship and the academic context [Editorial]

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Maksim Belitski, Rosa Caiazza and Erik E. Lehmann
Knowledge frontiers and boundaries in entrepreneurship research

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Nikolaus Seitz, Matthias Menter and Erik E. Lehmann
Paper to be presented at DRUID21 Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark October 18-20, 2021

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Nikolaus Seitz, Erik E. Lehmann and Matthias Menter
Policies for innovative entrepreneurship: exploration and exploitation at work?

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James A. Cunningham, Erik E. Lehmann, Matthias Menter and Nikolaus Seitz
Regional innovation, entrepreneurship and the reform of the professor’s privilege in Germany

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James A. Cunningham, Erik E. Lehmann and Matthias Menter
The organizational architecture of entrepreneurial universities across the stages of entrepreneurship: a conceptual framework

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Julian Schenkenhofer
Unraveling the essence of hidden champions and contextualizing niche entrepreneurship

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Dissertation, Universität Augsburg, 2021

2020

Erik E. Lehmann and Silvio Vismara
Corporate Governance in IPO firms

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Patrick Haslanger
Corporate Venture Capital Investment Lifecycle, Organization and Differences to Corporate Accelerator

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Nikolaus Seitz, Erik E. Lehmann and Patrick Haslanger
Does corporate venture capital deliver performance? A meta-analysis

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Giustina Secundo, Pierluigi Rippa, Michele Meoli and Erik E. Lehmann
Editorial

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Uwe Cantner, James A. Cunningham, Erik E. Lehmann and Matthias Menter
Entrepreneurial ecosystems: a dynamic lifecycle model

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Julian Schenkenhofer and Dominik Wilhelm
Fuelling Germany's Mittelstand with complementary human capital: the case of the Cooperative State University Baden-Württemberg

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Sarah A. E. Stockinger
Governance and Management of German Universities

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Alice Civera, Erik E. Lehmann, Stefano Paleari and Sarah A. E. Stockinger
Higher education policy: why hope for quality when rewarding quantity?

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Corrigendum published at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2020.104168

David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Matthias Menter and Katharine Wirsching
Intrapreneurship and absorptive capacities: the dynamic effect of labor mobility

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David B. Audretsch, Albert N. Link and Erik E. Lehmann
Introduction: entrepreneurship and industrial organization

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David B. Audretsch, Maksim Belitski, Rosa Caiazza and Erik E. Lehmann
Knowledge management and entrepreneurship

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Erik E. Lehmann and Julian Schenkenhofer
National systems of innovation

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Elisa Ughetto, Mariacristina Rossi, David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Andrew Burke and Marc Cowling (eds.)
Small Business Economics: An Entrepreneurship Journal - Special Issue: Female entrepreneurship and Special Issue: The Role of Freelancers in Entrepreneurship and Small Business

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Erik E. Lehmann, Michele Meoli, Stefano Paleari and Sarah A. E. Stockinger
The role of higher education for the development of entrepreneurial ecosystems

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Harald Lesch and Thomas Schwartz
Unberechenbar: das Leben ist mehr als eine Gleichung

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2019

David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Albert N. Link (eds.)
A research agenda for entrepreneurship and innovation

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Thomas Schwartz
Auch Petrus ist mal ausgerastet: Querköpfe in der Bibel

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Nikolaus Seitz, Erik E. Lehmann and Patrick Haslanger
Corporate accelerators and start-up performance – evidence from Germany

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Silvio Vismara, Katharine Wirsching and Jonah M. Otto
David B. Audretsch, a gatekeeper and globetrotter

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Thomas Schwartz
Die Feier der Messe: Wissenswertes zum katholischen Gottesdienst

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Alice Civera, Michele Meoli and Silvio Vismara
Do academic spinoffs internationalize?

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James A. Cunningham, Matthias Menter and Katharine Wirsching
Entrepreneurial ecosystem governance: a principal investigator-centered governance framework

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David B. Audretsch, James A. Cunningham, Donald F. Kuratko, Erik E. Lehmann and Matthias Menter
Entrepreneurial ecosystems: economic, technological, and societal impacts

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Erik E. Lehmann and Sarah A. E. Stockinger
Entrepreneurship in Higher Education: the impact of competition-based policy programmes exemplified by the German Excellence Initiative

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Elisa Ughetto, Mariacristina Rossi, David Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Female entrepreneurship in the digital era

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Erik E. Lehmann, Max Keilbach and David B. Audretsch (eds.)
From industrial organization to entrepreneurship: a tribute to David B. Audretsch

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Erik E. Lehmann, Julian Schenkenhofer and Katharine Wirsching
Hidden champions and unicorns: a question of the context of human capital investment

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Matthias Menter and Nikolaus Seitz
Public cluster policy and firm performance: evaluating spillover effects across industries

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James A. Cunningham, Erik E. Lehmann, Matthias Menter and Nikolaus Seitz
The impact of university focused technology transfer policies on regional innovation and entrepreneurship

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Friederike Welter, Ted Baker and Katharine Wirsching
Three waves and counting: the rising tide of contextualization in entrepreneurship research

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2018

Nikolaus Seitz
Culture, Entrepreneurship and Innovation : Freedom, Tolerance and the Role of Subcultures

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Erik E. Lehmann and Dominik Wilhelm
Digitalisierung, Disruption und Corporate Entrepreneurship

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Erik E. Lehmann, Stefano Paleari, Enrico Santarelli and Silvio Vismara
Editorial note: special issue on comparative entrepreneurship

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Matthias Menter, Erik E. Lehmann and Torben Klarl
In search of excellence: a case study of the first excellence initiative of Germany

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Julian Schenkenhofer
Internationalization strategies of hidden champions: lessons from Germany

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Erik E. Lehmann and Matthias Menter
Public cluster policy and neighboring regions: beggar-thy-neighbor?

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Erik E. Lehmann and Matthias Menter
Public cluster policy and performance

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David B. Audretsch, Nikolaus Seitz and Katherine Margaret Rouch
Tolerance and innovation: the role of institutional and social trust

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2017

James A. Cunningham, Matthias Menter and Chris Young
A review of qualitative case methods trends and themes used in technology transfer research

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Thomas Schwartz
Auch Jesus hatte schlechte Laune: Überraschendes aus der Bibel

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Erik E. Lehmann and Nikolaus Seitz
Creativity and entrepreneurship: culture, subculture and new centure creation

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Katharine Wirsching
Familieneinfluss und Unternehmenserfolg

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Mit einem Geleitwort von Prof. Dr. Erik E. Lehmann

David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Katharine Wirsching
Female immigrant entrepreneurship in Germany

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Matthias Menter, Erik E. Lehmann and Katharine Wirsching
Firm performance and regional innovation mechanisms: the moderating role of absorptive capacities

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Erik E. Lehmann and Nikolaus Seitz
Freedom and innovation: a country and state level analysis

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Jürgen Antony, Torben Klarl and Erik E. Lehmann
Productive and harmful entrepreneurship in a knowledge economy

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Thomas Schwartz
Segen voller Leben: gute Worte für alle Tage

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Erik E. Lehmann, Nikolaus Seitz and Katharine Wirsching
Smart finance for smart places to foster new venture creation

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann (eds.)
The Routledge companion to the makers of modern entrepreneurship

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Massimo G. Colombo, Giovanni Battista Dagnino, Erik E. Lehmann and MariPaz Salmador
The governance of entrepreneurial ecosystems

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
The knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship and the strategic management of places

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2016

David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Economic performance and the knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship: a comment

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Thomas Schwartz
Eine Liebesgeschichte

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Stefano Paleari and Silvio Vismara
Entrepreneurial finance and technology transfer

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Stefano Paleari and Silvio Vismara
Entrepreneurial finance and technology transfer

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Erik E. Lehmann and Manuel T. Schwerdtfeger
Evaluation of IPO-firm takeovers: an event study

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Industrial policy in Italy and Germany: yet another look

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Nikolaus Seitz
Linking CSR to national competitiveness and innovation

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Zoltán J. Acs, David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Georg Licht
National systems of entrepreneurship

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Zoltán J. Acs, David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Georg Licht
National systems of innovation

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Matthias Menter
Public cluster policy and new venture creation

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
The seven secrets of Germany: economic resilience in an era of global turbulence

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Michele Meoli and Silvio Vismara (eds.)
University evolution, entrepreneurial activity and regional competitiveness

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2015

James Hennes, Franziska Kieselbach, Robin Klädtke, Katharine Wirsching and Roberta Zucchinali
A cross comparative analysis of the U.S., German, and Italian healthcare system

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Stefano Paleari
Academic policy and entrepreneurship: a European perspective

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Stefano Paleari
Academic policy and entrepreneurship: a European perspective

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Erik E. Lehmann and Katharine Wirsching
Family business entrepreneurship

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Aileen Richardson and Silvio Vismara (eds.)
Globalization and public policy: a European perspective

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Julian Schenkenhofer
Moralisches Handeln bedarf des Mutes: 20. Herbstakademie des Deutschen Netzwerks Wirtschaftsethik in Weingarten

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Tanja Bosh, Jonah M. Otto, Martin Preuβ and Savini Ranaweera
Recession and unemployment: a comparative analysis of Germany and the United States

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Erik E. Lehmann
The role of universities in local and regional competitiveness

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Erik E. Lehmann and Matthias Menter
University–industry collaboration and regional wealth

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Thomas Schwartz
Wie schmeckt Nachhaltigkeit?

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2014

David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Corporate governance and entrepreneurial firms

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Corporate governance and entrepreneurial firms

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Simon Biallowons and Thomas Schwartz
Ehrlichkeit: die zeitgemäße Tugend

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Thomas Schwartz and Nikolaus Seitz
Ethische Verantwortung im Bereich Compliance

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Joshua Hinger
From knowledge to innovation: the role of knowledge spillover entrepreneurship

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Mike Wright
Technology transfer in a global economy

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Niccolò Ghio, Massimiliano Guerini, Erik E. Lehmann and Cristina Rossi-Lamastra
The emergence of the knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship

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2013

Marcel Hülsbeck and Erik E. Lehmann
Entrepreneurship policy in Bavaria: between laptop and Lederhosen

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David B. Audretsch, Marcel Hülsbeck and Erik E. Lehmann
Families as active monitors of firm performance

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Marcel Hülsbeck, Erik E. Lehmann and Alexander Starnecker
Performance of technology transfer offices in Germany

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Harald Lesch and Thomas Schwartz
Reden über Gott und die Welt: Theologie im Dialog

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Michael Kort and Erik E. Lehmann
Risikomanagement und Compliance im neuen KAGB: juristische und ökonomische Aspekte

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Zoltan J. Acs, David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
The knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship

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2012

Marcel Hülsbeck and Erik E. Lehmann
Academic entrepreneurship and board formation in science-based firms

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Thomas Schwartz
Christsein ist keine Privatsache

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Erik E. Lehmann
Corporate Governance, Compliance & Crime

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Erik E. Lehmann, Thorsten V. Braun and Sebastian Krispin
Entrepreneurial human capital, complementary assets, and takeover probability

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Thomas Schwartz
Ethisierung im Kontext der Globalisierung

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Thomas Schwartz
Gott traut uns unendlich viel zu

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Marcel Hülsbeck, Erik E. Lehmann, Dominik Weiß and Katharine Wirsching
Innovationsverhalten in Familienunternehmen

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Erick Behar Villegas and Thomas Schwartz (eds.)
Interkulturelles Management im deutsch-französischen Umfeld: theoretische und empirische Beiträge

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Erik E. Lehmann and Alexander Starnecker
Introducing the university of applied science in the technology transfer process

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Albert N. Link and Alexander Starnecker
Introduction: technology transfer in the global economy

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Thomas Schwartz
Kehrt um und glaubt an das Evangelium

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David B. Audretsch, Marcel Hülsbeck and Erik E. Lehmann
Regional competitiveness, university spillovers, and entrepreneurial activity

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Albert N. Link and Alexander Starnecker (eds.)
Technology transfer in a global economy

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Thomas Schwartz
Wer's glaubt...

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2011

Thomas Schwartz
Characters: Thomas Schwartz

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann (eds.)
Corporate governance in small and medium-sized firms

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Thomas Schwartz
Eine Zukunft bei Gott

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Thomas Schwartz
In Bewegung setzen: Führung will gelernt sein

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Marcel Hülsbeck, Erik E. Lehmann, Dominik Weiß and Katharine Wirsching
Innovationsverhalten in Familienunternehmen

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Thomas Schwartz
Kritik der "Assessment-Center-Kultur"

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Thomas Schwartz
Vom nachhaltigen Menschen

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Thomas Schwartz
Werte sind kein Wert an sich

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Thomas Schwartz
Zwei Seiten einer Medaille: Globalisierung gut für Ethik

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2010

Thomas Schwartz
Rausgehen oder weitermachen?

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Thomas Schwartz
Um des Menschen willen: Nachhaltigkeit gibt es nur, weil es uns gibt

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Thomas Schwartz
Vom Recht auf Verantwortung: ärztliches Handeln im Spannungsfeld von Ethik und Recht

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2009

David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Lawrence A. Plummer
Agency and governance in strategic entrepreneurship

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Erik E. Lehmann
Bindungswirkung von Standards im Corporate Governance Bereich

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Marcel Hülsbeck and Katharine Wirsching
Die Regionalzeitung als kundenorientiertes Informationsprodukt

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Thorsten V. Braun, Sebastian Krispin and Erik E. Lehmann
Entrepreneurial human capital, complementary assets, and takeover probability

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Also published in: Journal of Technology Transfer ; Jg. 2012 (37), Heft 5, Seite 589-608 ; https://doi.org/10.1007/s10961-011-9225-8

Thomas Schwartz
Wirtschaftsethik in Zeiten der Krise

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2008

Erik E. Lehmann and Jürgen Weigand
Does the governed corporation perform better? Governance structures and corporate performance in Germany

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Erik E. Lehmann
Größe und Zusammensetzung von Aufsichtsräten

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
The Neuer Markt as an institution of creation and destruction

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Erik E. Lehmann and Günther G. Schulze
What does it take to be a star? The role of performance and the media for German soccer players

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2007

Thomas Schwartz
Corporate Social Responsibility: Kontrolle ist gut – Vertrauen ist besser! Stärken und Schwächen zeitgenössischer Management-Konzepte am Beispiel der CSR

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Mergers and acquisitions in IPO markets: evidence from Germany

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Thomas Schwartz
Ökonomisierung der Ethik oder "Ethisierung" der Ökonomie? Überlegungen zur wissenschaftstheoretischen Relevanz von CSR-Konzepten

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2006

Erik E. Lehmann
Corporate governance in new enterprises, or why do some CEOs hold large equity stakes while others are paid through stock options?

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Thomas Schwartz
Das Gewissen der Politik : eine akademische Geburtstagsrede

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Do locational spillovers pay? Empirical evidence from German IPO data

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Erik E. Lehmann
Does venture capital syndication spur employment growth and shareholder value? Evidence from German IPO data

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Entrepreneurial Access and Absorption of Knowledge Spillovers: Strategic Board and Managerial Composition for Competitive Advantage

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David B. Audretsch, Max C. Keilbach and Erik E. Lehmann
Entrepreneurship and economic growth

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David B. Audretsch, Max C. Keilbach and Erik E. Lehmann
Entrepreneurship and economic growth

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Location and new venture creation

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Erik E. Lehmann, David B. Audretsch and Max Keilbach
The knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship and economic growth

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Erik E. Lehmann and David B. Weigand
The role of clusters on knowledge creation and diffusion: an institutional perspective

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A. Hack and Erik E. Lehmann
The role of venture capitalists in IPO performance: empirical evidence from German IPO data

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2005

Bernd Frick and Erik E. Lehmann
Corporate governance in Germany: ownership, codetermination, and firm performance in a stakeholder economy

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Do university policies make a difference?

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Does the knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship hold for regions?

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Mansfield ’s missing link: the impact of knowledge spillovers on firm growth

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David B. Audretsch, Max C. Keilbach and Erik E. Lehmann
The knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship and technological diffusion

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Susanne Warning
University spillovers and new firm location

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2004

Erik E. Lehmann and Susanne Warning
Effizienz von Universitäten: Anwendung der Data Envelopment Analyse für britische Hochschulen

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Financing high-tech growth: the role of banks and venture capitalists

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Erik E. Lehmann, Susanne Warning and Jürgen Weigand
Governance structures, multidimensional efficiency and firm profitability

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Erik E. Lehmann, Doris Neuberger and Solvig Räthke
Lending to small and medium-sized firms: is there an east-west gap in Germany?

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Option programmes for top managers and scandals on the stock exchange

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Susanne Warning
University spillovers: does the kind of science matter?

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann
Universitäten als regionale Förderer der Wirtschaft

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2003

Erik E. Lehmann and David B. Audretsch
Does the new economy need new governance? Ownership, knowledge and performance

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgabe Frömmigkeit

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgabe Gottesfurcht

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgabe Rat

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgabe Stärke

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgabe Verstand

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgabe Weisheit

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgabe Wissenschaft

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgaben. Allgemein

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgaben. Geschichte

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgaben. Kunst

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgaben. Praxis

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Thomas Schwartz
Geistesgaben. Theologie

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Thomas Schwartz
Kann man den Irak-Krieg rechtfertigen? Eine moraltheologische Betrachtung in politischer Absicht

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Erik E. Lehmann
Pricing behavior on the web: evidence from online travel agencies

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Oliver Fabel, Erik E. Lehmann and Susanne Warning
Vorträge im offenen Teil der Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik und Promotionshäufigkeiten als Qualitätsindikatoren für Universitäten

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2002

Oliver Fabel and Erik E. Lehmann
Adverse selection and market substitution by electronic trade

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Dieter Hess, Erik E. Lehmann and Erik Lüders
Bewertungsrelevante Kennzahlen zur Analyse von Unternehmen am Neuen Markt

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Matthias Meitner, Felix Hüfner, Volker Kleff, Erik E. Lehmann and Erik Lüders
Bilanzskandale und Börsencrash: neue Herausforderungen an die Aktienanalyse

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Erik E. Lehmann and Jürgen Weigand
Corporate Governance Strukturen im professionellen Fußball

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Oliver Fabel, Erik E. Lehmann and Susanne Warning
Der relative Vorteil deutscher wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Fachbereiche im Wettbewerb um studentischen Zuspruch

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Oliver Fabel, Erik E. Lehmann and Susanne Warning
Der relative Vorteil deutscher wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Fachbereiche im Wettbewerb um studentischen Zuspruch: Qualität des Studiengangs oder des Studienortes?

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Erik E. Lehmann and Jürgen Weigand
Fußballvereine als Wirtschaftsunternehmen

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2001

Erik E. Lehmann and Doris Neuberger
Do lending relationships matter? Evidence from bank survey data in Germany

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Erik E. Lehmann and B. Frick
Kosten der Personalrekrutierung: empirische Evidenz aus dem professionellen Fußball

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Erik E. Lehmann
Risikoaspekte bei der Entlohnung von Firmenkundenbetreuern in Banken

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Erik E. Lehmann, Oliver Fabel and B. Hilgers
Strategie und Organisationsstruktur

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Oliver Fabel and Erik E. Lehmann
The degree of universality in banking: regulatory policy effects vs. strategic choices

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Erik E. Lehmann
Umwandlung von Vereinen in Kapitalgesellschaften: Ursachen, Folgen und Konsequenzen für das Sponsoring

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Erik E. Lehmann, Dieter Hess and Erik Lüders
Vertrauenskrise am Neuen Markt?

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Thomas Schwartz
Zwischen Unmittelbarkeit und Vermittlung: das Gewissen in der Anthropologie und Ethik des Thomas von Aquin

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Zugl.: Freiburg (Breisgau), Univ., Diss., 2001

2000

Erik E. Lehmann and Jürgen Weigand
Does the governed corporation perform better? Governance structures and corporate performance in Germany

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Erik E. Lehmann
Messung und Steuerung von Einkommensungleichheiten in Organisationen

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Erik E. Lehmann
Verdienen Fußballspieler was sie verdienen?

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Dieter Brümmerhoff and Erik E. Lehmann
Öffentlich-rechtliche Sparkassen oder wie gemeinnützig ist der öffentliche Auftrag?

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1999

Erik E. Lehmann
Asymmetrische Information und Werbung

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Zugl.: Rostock, Univ., Diss., 1999

Thomas Kopetsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Jürgen Weigand
Das EU-Werbeverbot für Tabakerzeugnisse: Heilsbringer oder Büchse der Pandora?

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Erik E. Lehmann and Jürgen Weigand
Determinanten der Entlohnung von Profifussballspielern - eine empirische Analyse für die deutsche Bundesliga

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Bernd Frick, Erik E. Lehmann and Jürgen Weigand
Kooperationserfordernisse und Wettbewerbsintensität im professionellen Team-Sport: sind exogene Regelungen überflüssig oder unverzichtbar?

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1998

Doris Neuberger and Erik E. Lehmann
Die Direktbankinnovation

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Erik E. Lehmann and Jürgen Weigand
Wieviel Phantasie braucht die Fußballaktie?

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1997

Erik E. Lehmann and Jürgen Weigand
Fußball als ökonomisches Phänomen: money makes the ball go round

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Jürgen Weigand and Erik E. Lehmann
Produktdifferenzierung

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Erik E. Lehmann and Jürgen Maretzki
Wettbewerbsverzerrungen durch Börsenemission - oder: ist das Fernsehpanel noch aussagekräftig?

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1996

Erik E. Lehmann
Bilaterale Monopole und asymmetrische Information: Probleme und Lösungswege am Beispiel der Automobilindustrie

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Thomas Schwartz
Die Kundenfront ... ?

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Thomas Schwartz
Fernbedienung

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Thomas Schwartz
Netzwerke

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1995

Thomas Schwartz
Alle Jahre wieder ...

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1991

Thomas Schwartz
Moraltheologie im Übergang: August Lehmkuhl im Spannungsfeld von Neuscholastik und Kasuistik

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1989

Thomas Schwartz
Studieren in Rom

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