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2021

  • Gleißner, Werner and Meyer, Matthias and Spitzner, Jan (2021). Simulationsbasierte Investitionsrechnung. Controlling. 33. (2), 22-29 [doi]

  • Harten, Clemens and Meyer, Matthias and Bellora-Bienengräber, Lucia (2021). Talking about the likelihood of risks: an agent-based simulation of discussion processes in risk workshops. Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change. ahead-of-print. (ahead-of-print), [doi]

  • Harten, Clemens and Meyer, Matthias and Bellora-Bienengräber, Lucia (2021). Decision-Making in Risk Workshops as Distributed Cognition: The Effects of Different Calculative Cultures. 9th Annual Conference Risk Governance.

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias (2021). Toward a better understanding of team decision processes: combining laboratory experiments with agent-based modeling. Journal of Business Economics. 91. (5), [doi]

  • Meyer, M. and Berger, Th. and Erben, R. and Ernst, D. and Gleißner, Werner and Holst, H.-U. and Scherer, J. and Schneck, O. and Ulrich, P. and Vanini, U. (2021). Betriebswirtschaftliche Stellungnahme zu FISG und Risikomanagement. Risk-Net.

  • Siebers, Peer-Olaf and Achter, Sebastian and Palaretti Bernardo, Cristiane and Borit, Melania and Chattoe-Brown, Edmund (2021). First Steps Towards RAT: A Protocol for Documenting Data Use in the Agent-Based Modeling Process. 257-261 [doi]

2020

  • Chorzelski, Daniel (2020). Simulation modelling in accounting and finance: current practices and advances in input modelling.

  • Hauke, Jonas and Achter, Sebastian and Meyer, M. (2020). Theory Development Via Replicated Simulations and the Added Value of Standards. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 23(1) 12, 2020. [doi]

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, M. (2020). (Ir-)Rationality of Teams: A process-oriented model of team cognition emergence. 273-286

  • Mertens, K. G. (2020). Measure and Manage your Product Costs Right - Development and Use of an Extended Axiomatic Design for Cost Modeling. [www]

  • Meßerschmidt, O. and Gumpinger, T. and Meyer, M. and Mertens, K. G. (2020). REVIEWING COMPLEXITY COSTS – WHAT PRACTICE NEEDS AND WHAT RESEARCH CONTRIBUTES. Proceedings of the Design Society: DESIGN Conference. 1. 647–656 [doi]

  • Pietzsch, Bruno and Fiedler, Sebastian and Mertens, Kai G. and Richter, Markus and Scherer, C. and Widyastuti, Kirana and Wimmler, Marie-Christin and Zakharova, Liubov and Berger, Uta (2020). Metamodels for Evaluating, Calibrating and Applying Agent-Based Models: A Review. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 23. (2), 9 [doi] [www]

  • Pietzsch, Bruno and Fiedler, Sebastian and Mertens, Kai G. and Richter, Markus and Scherer, Cedric and Widyastuti, Kirana and Wimmler, Marie-Christin and Zakharova, Liubov and Berger, Uta (2020). Metamodels for Evaluating, Calibrating and Applying Agent-Based Models: A Review. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 23. (2), 9 [doi] [www]

2019

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Berger, Uta and Grimm, Volker and Meyer, Matthias (2019). From Cases to General Principles: A Call for Theory Development through Agent-based Modeling. Ecological Modelling. 393. [doi]

  • Mertens, Kai G. and Meyer, M. and Messerschmidt, Ole (2019). How much does variety-induced complexity actually cost? Linking axiomatic design with cost modeling. pp. 813-827

  • Mertens, Kai G. and Meyer, Matthias and Messerschmidt, Ole (2019). How much does variety-induced complexity actually cost? Linking axiomatic design with cost modeling. pp. 813-827

  • Meyer, M. (2019). How to Use and Derive Stylized Facts for Validating Simulation Models.

  • Meyer, Matthias (2019). How to Use and Derive Stylized Facts for Validating Simulation Models.

2018

  • Achter, Sebastian and Govindaraju, Pramod and Ponsignon, Thomas and Ehm, Hans and Meyer, M. (2018). Finding demand patterns in supply chain planning. atp Magazin. 60. (08), 54-61 [doi]

  • Klingert, Frank and Meyer, Matthias (2018). Comparing Prediction Market Mechanisms. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 20. (7), 25 [doi]

  • Mertens, Kai G. and Meyer, M. (2018). Wie schlimm sind Messfehler für die Kostenrechnung?. Controlling & Management Review. 62. (9), 28-38 [doi]

  • Mertens, Kai G. and Meyer, Matthias (2018). Evaluating Bias and Imprecision of Cost Objects in Sophisticated Costing Systems. Nordic Accounting Conference Kopenhagen.

  • Mertens, Kai G. and Meyer, Matthias (2018). Evaluating bias, imprecision and uncertainty in product cost measures. EAA - 41th European Accounting Conference, Mailand.

  • Mertens, Kai G. and Meyer, Matthias (2018). Wie schlimm sind Messfehler für die Kostenrechnung?. Controlling & Management Review. 62. (9), 28-39 [doi]

2017

  • Achter, Sebastian and Meyer-Riehl, David and Lorscheid, Iris and Hauke, Jonas and Sun, Can and Ponsignon, Thomas and Ehm, Hans and Meyer, Matthias (2017). On Agent-Based Modeling in Semiconductor Supply Chain Planning.

  • Hauke, Jonas and Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias (2017). Individuals and their interactions in demand planning processes: an agent-based, computational testbed. International Journal of Production Research. [Abstract] [doi] [www]

  • Hauke, Jonas and Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias (2017). Individuals and their interactions in demand planning processes: an agent-based computational testbed. International Journal of Production Research. 56. (13), 1-15 [doi] [www]

  • Hauke, Jonas and Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias (2017). Recent Development of Social Simulation as Reflected in JASSS Between 2008 and 2014: A Citation and Co-Citation Analysis. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 20. (1), 5 [Abstract] [doi] [www]

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias (2017). Agent-based mechanism design – investigating bounded rationality concepts in a budgeting context. Team Performance Management: An International Journal. 23. (1/2), 13-27 [doi] [www]

  • Mertens, Kai G. and Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias (2017). Using Structural Equation-based Metamodeling for Agent-based Models. Proceedings of the 2017 Winter Simulation Conference. [www]

  • Meyer, M. (2017). Relational Methodologies and Epistemology in Economics and Management Sciences. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 20. (3), 1-2 [www]

  • Meyer, Matthias and Waldkirch, Rüdiger W. and Duscher, Irina and Just, Alexander (2017). Drivers of citations: An analysis of publications in “top” accounting journals. Critical Perspectives on Accounting. [doi]

  • Podleschny, N. and Mertens, K. G. and Salden, P. (2017). Analyse lernbezogener Daten in einem Flipped Classroom. Symposium zur Hochschullehre in den MINT-Fächern.

2016

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias (2016). Divide and conquer: Configuring submodels for valid and efficient analyses of complex simulation models. Ecological Modelling. 326. 152-161 [Abstract] [doi] [www]

  • Grisar, Cathérine and Meyer, Matthias (2016). Use of simulation in controlling research: a systematic literature review for German-speaking countries. Management Review Quarterly. 66. (2), 117-157 [doi] [www]

  • Kahl, Cara H. and Meyer, Matthias (2016). Constructing Agent-Based Models of Organizational Routines. 85-107 [Abstract] [doi]

  • Mertens, Kai G. and Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias (2016). Structural Equation Modeling for Individual-based Simulation. Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software. 4. (1), 492-493 [Abstract]

  • Podleschny, N. and Mertens, K. G. and Billerbeck, K. and Salden, P. (2016). Verteilung der Workload und Akzeptanz von formativem E-Assessment aus Studierendenperspektive. Kompetenzorientiertes Lehren, Lernen und Prüfen. [Abstract]

  • Schubring, S. and Lorscheid, I. and Meyer, M. and Ringle, C. M. (2016). The PLS Agent: Predictive Modeling with PLS-SEM and Agent-based Simulation. Journal of Business Research. (Special Issue on Predictive Modelling), [doi]

  • Schubring, Sandra and Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias and Ringle, Christian M. (2016). The PLS agent: Predictive modeling with PLS-SEM and agent-based simulation. Journal of Business Research. [doi]

  • Sun, Zhanli and Lorscheid, Iris and Millington, James D. and Lauf, Steffen and Magliocca, Nicholas R. and Groeneveld, Jürgen and Balbi, Stefano and Nolzen, Henning and Müller, Birgit and Schulze, Jule and Buchmann, Carsten M. (2016). Simple or complicated agent-based models? A complicated issue. Environmental Modelling & Software. 86. 56-67 [doi]

2015

  • Schubring, Sandra and Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias and Ringle, Christian M. (2015). The PLS Agent: Predictive Modeling with Partial Least Squares and Agent-Based Simulation. [Abstract]

  • Grisar, Cathérine and Meyer, Matthias (2015). Use of Monte Carlo simulation: an empirical study of German, Austrian and Swiss controlling departments. Journal of Management Control. 26. (2-3), 249-273 [doi] [www]

  • Hocke, Sina and Meyer, Matthias (2015). Should we stop using the step method? A simulation-based analysis of methods for allocating support service costs. [Abstract]

  • Hocke, Sina and Meyer, Matthias and Lorscheid, Iris (2015). Improving simulation model analysis and communication via design of experiment principles: An example from the simulation-based design of cost accounting systems. Journal of Management Control. 26. (2-3), 131-155 [Abstract] [doi] [www]

  • Lee, Ju-Sung and Filatova, Tatiana and Ligmann-Zielinska, Arika and Hassani-Mahmooei, Behrooz and Stonedahl, Forrest and Lorscheid, Iris and Voinov, Alexey and Polhill, Gary and Sun, Zhanli and Parker, Dawn C. (2015). The Complexities of Agent-Based Modeling Output Analysis. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 18. (4), [doi]

  • Mertens, Kai G. (2015). Structural Equation Modeling for Simulation Metamodeling. PhD Colloquium: Winter Simulation Conference 2015. [Abstract]

  • Mertens, Kai G. and Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias (2015). Structural Equation Modeling for Simulation Metamodeling. Proceedings of the 2015 Winter Simulation Conference. 701-712 [Abstract] [pdf] [www]

2014

  • Hocke, Sina and Meyer, Matthias (2014). Should we stop using the step method? An analysis of methods for allocating support service costs.

  • Hocke, Sina and Meyer, Matthias (2014). A simulation-based approach for the analysis of cost accounting methods for cost-center accounting.

  • Iris Lorscheid (2014). LAMDA - Learning Agents for Mechanism Design Analysis. Dissertation.

  • Lorscheid, Iris (2014). Learning Agents for Human Complex Systems. 432-437 [Abstract] [doi]

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias and Pakur, Sandra and Ringle, Christian (2014). The PLS Agent - Agent Behavior Validation by Partial Least Squares. Social Simulation Conference. [Abstract] [www]

2013

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias and Hocke, Sina (2013). Simulation Model and Data Analysis: Where are we and where should we go?. [Abstract]

  • Meyer, Matthias (2013). Behavioral Controlling und Simulation - Ein subjektiver Versuch über den Impact von Jürgen Weber. 105-107

  • Meyer, Matthias and Waldkirch, Rüdiger and Zaggl, Michael (2013). Beyond Publication Counts - The Impact of Citations and Combined Metrics on the Performance Measurement of German Business Researchers. Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft. 83. (Special Issue 3), 61-86 [Abstract] [doi] [www]

  • Waldkirch, Rüdiger and Meyer, Matthias and Zaggl, Michael (2013). Beyond Publication Counts - The Impact of Citations and Combined Metrics on the Performance Measurement of German Business Researchers. Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft. 83. (Special Issue 3), 61-86 [doi] [www]

2012

  • Barth, Rolf and Meyer, Matthias and Spitzner, Jan (2012). Typical Pitfalls of Simulation Modeling - Lessons learned from Business and Military. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 15. (2), [Abstract] [www]

  • Duscher, Irina and Meyer, Matthias (2012). BilMoG und Controlling: Eine simulationsbasierte Ermittlung der Erfolgsaussichten selbst erstellter immaterieller Vermögensgegenstände. Controlling - Zeitschrift für erfolgsorientierte Unternehmenssteuerung. 24. (10), 561-567 [Abstract] [www]

  • Iffländer, Klaus and Levsen, Nils and Lorscheid, Iris and Pakur, Sandra and Wellner, Konstantin and Herstatt, Cornelius and Lüthje, Christian and Meyer, Matthias and Ringle, Christian M (2012). Innoage: Innovation and Product Development for Aging Users. Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Management@ TUHH Research Paper Series. (6),

  • Klingert, Frank and Meyer, Matthias (2012). Effectively Combining Experimental Economics and Multi-Agent-Simulation: Suggestions for a Procedural Integration with an Example from Prediction Markets Research. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. 18. (1), 63-90 [Abstract] [doi]

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Heine, Bernd-Oliver and Meyer, Matthias (2012). Opening the 'black box' of simulations: increased transparency and effective communication through the systematic design of experiments. Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory. 18. (1), 22-62 [Abstract] [doi]

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Heine, Bernd-Oliver and Meyer, Matthias (2012). Opening the ‘black box’ of simulations: increased transparency and effective communication through the systematic design of experiments. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. 18. (1), 22-62 [doi]

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Meyer, Matthias (2012). How to Effectively Analyze and Communicate Complex Relationships between Variables? A Causal Network Tool based on Structural Equation Modeling for Simulation Model Analysis.

  • Meyer, Matthias and Duscher, Irina (2012). Volatilität kalkulieren und steuern im Sinnes eines wertorientierten Investitionscontrolling. Zeitschrift für Controlling und Management. 55. (2), 6-11

  • Meyer, Matthias and Grisar, Cathérine (2012). Product Cost Distortions in Full Cost Accounting - A Monte Carlo Simulation-Based Analysis.

  • Meyer, Matthias and Spitzner, Jan and Romeike, Frank (2012). Simulationen in der Unternehmenssteuerung - Ergebnisse einer Studie. Risk, Compliance and Audit. 4. 16-23

  • Meyer, Matthias and Troitzsch, Klaus (2012). Epistemological Perspectives on Simulation: Overview and Introduction. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. 18. (1), 1-4 [Abstract] [doi]

  • Meyer, Matthias and Waldkirch, Rüdiger and Zaggl, Michael (2012). Relative Performance Measurement of Researchers - The Impact of Data Source Selection. Schmalenbach Business Review. 3. (64), 308-330 [Abstract] [www]

  • Rqibate, Aziza and Bommel, Pierre and Köhl, Michael and Lorscheid, Iris (2012). Assessing Complexity of Tropical Forest Management in the Scope of Redd+: Potential of Multi-agent Systems.

2011

  • Meyer, Matthias (2011). Bibliometrics, Stylized Facts and the Way Ahead: How to Build Good Social Simulation Models of Science?. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 14. (4), [Abstract] [www]

  • Meyer, Matthias (2011). Die Weisheit der Vielen durch Prognosemärkte für Managemententscheidungen nutzen - Vorschau auf das 2. Tagesforum "Zukunftsorientierte Steuerung" an der TUHH. Zeitschrift für Conrolling und Management. 6. (55), 342-343

  • Meyer, Matthias and Grisar, Cathérine and Kuhnert, Felix (2011). The Impact of Biases on Simulation Based Risk Aggregation: Modeling Cognitive Influences on Risk Assessment. Journal of Management Control. 22. (1), 79-105 [Abstract] [doi]

  • Meyer, Matthias and Zaggl, Michael and Carley, Kathleen (2011). Measuring CMOT's Intellectual Structure and its Development. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. 1. (17), 1-34

  • Schäffer, Utz and Nevries, Pascal and Fikus, Christian and Meyer, Matthias (2011). Is Finance Research a 'Normal Science'? - A Bibliometric Study of the Structure and Development of Finance Research from 1988-2007. Schmalenbach Business Review. 2. (63), 189-225 [Abstract]

2010

  • Meyer, Matthias and Waldkirch, Rüdiger and Zaggl, Michael (2010). Relative Performance Measurement of Researchers - An Investigation of the Impact of Data Source and Measure Selection.

  • Meyer, Matthias and Schäffer, Utz and Just, Alexander (2010). Accounting as a Normal Science? An Empirical Investigation of the Intellectual Structure of Accounting Research.

  • Meyer, Matthias and Just, Alexander and Schäffer, Utz and Vasarhelyi, Miklos A. (2010). The Identity, Structure and Acceptance of Research Published in Accounting, Organizations and Society.

  • Meyer, Matthias and Grisar, Cathérine (2010). The Impact of Biases on Simulation Based Risk Aggregation - Modeling Cognitive Influences on Risk Assessment.

  • Meyer, Matthias and Grisar, Cathérine (2010). Der Einfluss von Verzerrungen auf aggregierte Risikomaße.

  • Klingert, Frank and Meyer, Matthias (2010). Multi-Agent-Simulation of Prediction Markets: Does Manipulation Matter using Zero-Intelligence Traders?.

  • Meyer, Matthias and Weber, Jürgen (2010). Akteursmodell und ökonomischer Ansatz - Eine Verhältnisbestimmung. 57-89

  • Meyer, Matthias and Strauß, Erik (2010). Unternehmensinterne Prognosemärkte. Die Betriebswirtschaft. 70. (5), 469-474

  • Meyer, Matthias and Klingert, Frank (2010). Prognosemärkte als Instrument der Unternehmensplanung. Zeitschrift für Controlling und Management. 54. (6), 401-403 [doi]

  • Meyer, Matthias and Hufschlag, Klaus (2010). Eine generische Learning-Classifier-Bibliothek auf Basis objektorientierter Prinzipien - Grundlagen einer Umsetzung der Methode der abnehmenden Abstraktion "in silicio". 181-197

  • Meyer, Matthias and Hufschlag, Klaus (2010). Motivation und Einordnung des Akteursmodells - Überlegungen zur Integration von Anreizen und Kognition in der betriebswirtschaftlichen Forschung. 93-179

  • Klingert, Frank and Meyer, Matthias and Zaggl, Michael A. (2010). Two-way Complements: Systematically Integrating Experimental Economics and Multi-Agent-Simulation.

  • Meyer, Matthias and Hirsch, Bernhard (2010). Integrating soft factors into the assessment of cooperative relationships between firms: accounting for reputation and ethical values. Business Ethics - A European Review. 19. (1), 81-94 [Abstract] [doi]

  • Meyer, Matthias and Heine, Bernd-Oliver and Hirsch, Bernhard and Hufschlag, Klaus and Lesch, Marc and Müller, Roman and Paefgen, Anne and Pieroth, Guido (2010). Zur Modellierung ökonomischer Akteure mit begrenzten kognitiven Fähigkeiten - Anleitung zu einer problemspezifischen Ausdifferenzierung des Homo oeconomicus. 2. 93-179 [Abstract] [doi]

  • Meyer, Matthias (2010). Das Institut für Controlling und Rechnungswesen der Technischen Universität Hamburg-Harburg. Zeitschrift für Conrolling und Management. 54. (2), 130-132

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Heine, Bernd-Oliver and Meyer, Matthias (2010). Systematic Design-of-Experiments (DOE) as a Way out for Simulation as a ?Black Box?: Increasing Transparency and Effectiveness of Communication of Simulation Results.

  • Lorscheid, Iris (2010). Book Review of Jaccard, J. and Jacoby, J.: Theory Construction and Model-Building Skills. Methodology in the Social Sciences. [www]

  • Meyer, Matthias and Weber, Jürgen (2010). Controlling und begrenzte kognitive Fähigkeiten - Grundlagen und Anwendungen eines Verhaltensorientierten Ansatzes.

2009

  • Grisar, Cathérine (2009). Monte Carlo Simulation and Management Accounting.

  • Grisar, Cathérine and Meyer, Matthias (2009). Interaktionseffekte zwischen Gestaltungselementen der Vollkostenrechung.

  • Löhr, Benjamin and Meyer, Matthias (2009). Risikomanagement und Corporate Governance in Theorie und Praxis - Bericht von der "2nd European Risk Conference". Zeitschrift für Controlling und Management. 1. (53), 12-14 [doi]

  • Lorscheid, Iris and Troitzsch, Klaus G. (2009). How Do Agents Learn to Behave Normatively? Machine learning concepts for norm learning in the EMIL project.

  • Meyer, Matthias and Blecker, Thorsten and Kersten, Wolfgang (2009). High-Performance Logistics - Methods and Technologies. 12.

  • Meyer, Matthias and Blecker, Thorsten and Kersten, Wolfgang (2009). Supply Chain Performance Management - Current Approaches. 11. [www]

  • Meyer, Matthias and Goldau, Tina and Weber, Jürgen (2009). Auf dem Weg zu einer einheitlichen Berhördenrufnummer - Empirische Analyse des Status quo von Servicecentern und der Bewertung durch Bürger und Wirtschaft. 156

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