XVIII. Symposium zur ökonomischen Analyse der Unternehmung, 20.- 22. September 2017, Universität Hohenheim

Discussion Papers

  • DP 16-01
    • Clemens Löffler
    • Domestic Transfer Pricing for Tax Considerations in the Multinational Enterprise
  • DP 16-02
    • Rainer Niemann
    • Caren Sureth-Sloane
    • Investment Effects of Wealth Taxes under Uncertainty and Irreversibility
  • DP 16-03
    • Regina Ortmann
    • Erich Pummerer
    • Formula Apportionment or Separate Accounting? Tax-Induced Distortions of Multinationals' Locational Investment Decisions
  • DP 16-04
    • Kristina Berger
    • Identity, Cost of Benchmark and Incentives
  • DP 16-05
    • Jenny Bartuli
    • Behnud Mir Djawadi
    • René Fahr
    • Business Ethics in Organizations: An Experimental Examination of Whistleblowing and Personality
  • DP 16-06
    • Andrej Gill
    • Matthias Heinz
    • Heiner Schumacher
    • Social Preferences and Selection into the Financial Industry
  • DP 16-07
    • Karl Ludwig Keiber
    • Insider Trading and Sentiment Trading
  • DP 16-08
    • Nicole Branger
    • Matthias Muck
    • Stefan Weisheit
    • Optimal Portfolios when Variances and Covariances can Jump
  • DP 16-09
    • Andreas Oehler
    • Tim A. Herberger
    • Matthias Horn
    • Henrik Schalkowski
    • IPOs, the Level of Private Equity Engagement and Stock Performance Matters: Empirical Evidence from Germany
  • DP 16-10
    • Andrea Essl
    • Frauke von Bieberstein
    • Michael Kosfeld
    • Markus Kröll
    • Does trustworthiness sell? Evidence from a lab-inthe- field experiment
  • DP 16-11
    • Kirsten Johannemann
    • Karl Morasch
    • Marcus Wiens
    • Can occupational norms foster cooperative behavior? An experimental study comparing cooperation by military officers and civilians
  • DP 16-12
    • Bernd Frick
    • Robert Simmons
    • Friedrich Stein
    • Timing Matters: Worker Absenteeism in a Weekly Backward Rotating Shift Model
  • DP 16-13
    • Markus Brunner
    • Andreas Ostermaier
    • Sabotage in capital budgeting: The effects of control and honesty on investment decisions
  • DP 16-14
    • Martin Windl
    • Liquidity Coverage Ratio and Bank Behavior
  • DP 16-15
    • Matthias Frieden
    • Stefan Wielenberg
    • Insolvency Administrator’s Incentives and the Tradeoff between Creditor Satisfaction and Efficiency in Bankruptcy Procedures
  • DP 16-16
    • Alexander Haering
    • Timo Heinrich
    • Sven Horak
    • Costly information acquisition: The effects of wage inequality
  • DP 16-17
    • Anna Boisits
    • Daniel Kauth
    • Information updating and optimal contract adjustment in a multiperiod RPE model
  • DP 16-18
    • David Schindler
    • Rudi Stracke
    • The Incentive Effects of Uncertainty in Tournaments
  • DP 16-19
    • Barbara Schöndube-Pirchegger
    • Jens Robert Schöndube
    • Full versus Partial Delegation in Multi-Task Agency
  • DP 16-20
    • Sebastian Kronenberger
    • Volker Laux
    • The Interplay between Financial Reporting Biases and Audit Quality
  • DP 16-21
    • Michael Ebert
    • Joseph B. Kadane
    • Dirk Simons
    • Jack D. Stecher
    • Do Mandatory Liquidity Disclosures Foster or Forestall Coordination Failures?
  • DP 16-22
    • Julia Müller
    • Thorsten Upmann
    • Measurement of Co-Worker Productivity in Teams
  • DP 16-23
    • Tim A. Herberger
    • Florian Wedlich
    • What Athletic Characteristics Determine Professional Football Players’ Market Values: A Crowdsourced Valuation
  • DP 16-24
    • Martin Watzinger
    • Thomas Fackler
    • Markus Nagler
    • Monika Schnitzer
    • Antitrust, Patents, and Cumulative Innovation: Evidence from Bell Labs
  • DP 16-25
    • Florens Focke
    • Alexandra Niessen- Ruenzi
    • Stefan Ruenzi
    • A Friendly Turn: Advertising Bias in the News Media
  • DP 16-26
    • Anna Ressi
    • Relational Contracts with Positively Reciprocal Managers
  • DP 16-27
    • Harald Hinterecker
    • Mandatory Disclosure of Environmental Information Decreases Investments in Green R&D
  • DP 16-28
    • Lutz Kruschwitz
    • Andreas Löffler
    • Marginal Tax Rates under Asymmetric Taxation
  • DP 16-29
    • Rainer Niemann
    • Caren Sureth-Sloane
    • Does Capital Tax Uncertainty Delay Irreversible Risky Investment?
  • DP 16-30
    • Fabian Meißner
    • Georg Schneider
    • Andreas Scholze
    • The combined impact of asymmetric taxation and limited liability on optimal compensation
  • DP 16-31
    • Benjamin Bajmel
    • Stephan Lengsfeld
    • No More Extra Miles: Experimental Evidence on the Critical Role of Time Autonomy for Processes of Innovation and Production
  • DP 16-32
    • Kira Rupietta
    • Michael Beckmann
    • Working from Home – What is the Effect on Employees’ Effort?
  • DP 16-33
    • Christian Lukas
    • Max-Frederik Neubert
    • Jens Robert Schöndube
    • Project choice, effort, and justification pressure in an agency model: Theory and experimental evidence
  • DP 16-34
    • Anja Iseke
    • Kerstin Pull
    • Female Top Executives and Employer Attractiveness: On the potentially adverse signal of having a female CHRO rather than a female CFO
  • DP 16-35
    • Christopher Bleibtreu
    • Roland Königsgruber
    • A Theory of Political Connections, Corporate Governance, and Financial Reporting
  • DP 16-36
    • Svetlana Katolnik
    • Sandra K. Kukec
    • Jens Robert Schöndube
    • Board Incentives and Board Independence in Dynamic Agency