Research at the School of MST

The diverse research activities of the School of Management Sciences and Technology can be summarized under the heading "Innovative Value Networks". The most important research topics of the deanery are the fields of logistics, transport and supply chain management as well as technology and innovation management (TIMES-X). In both fields, the areas of risk management and sustainability in particular are examined from different angles as essential cross-sectional research topics.

 

Research topic "Logistics, transport and supply chain management".

Logistics, trade and production as well as the associated global value chains are currently undergoing fundamental change. This has a major impact on the existing and new technical infrastructure to be created. Added to this is climate change as a global challenge for all the areas mentioned. Numerous new technologies, for example from the field of digitalization and artificial intelligence, are driving innovation and enabling the development of completely new structures and processes.

► The research topic is reflected in the research focus Logistics Management and Technology.
► Interdisciplinary bundling with other topics takes place in the research field Logistics, Mobility and Infrastructure.
► The master's degree programs in Logistics, Infrastructure and Mobility and International Management and Engineering take up the content of the research topic.

 

Research Topic "Technology and Innovation Management ("TIMES-X")

TIMES-X refers to management research that focuses on firms as critical actors in the development and application of new technologies. Understanding the emergence, development, and impact of modern technologies requires a business perspective, as technologies are developed, absorbed, and applied within companies. Their specific characteristics and attributes thus also determine the scale and direction of societal impact.

An important common focus is the circular economy: in a circular economy, economic activity rebuilds and rebuilds the health of the overall system. The concept recognizes the importance of making the economy work effectively at all levels - for businesses large and small, for organizations and individuals, at global and local levels. The transition to a Circular Economy is not just about adjustments aimed at reducing the negative impacts of the linear economy. Rather, it is a systemic change that builds long-term resilience, creates business and economic opportunities, and brings environmental and societal benefits. (Ellen MacArthur Foundation 2021)

 

 


Institutes and workgroups of the School of MST

Beyond these two research topics, there are numerous exciting research projects in many other research areas, such as corporate strategy, marketing, controlling or corporate research, which are pursued by the individual institutes or jointly by several institutes. You can see the respective research areas of the institutes and workgroups directly on the institute pages.

Institute of Management Accounting and Simulation (W-1)
Prof. Matthias Meyer

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  • Cost hierarchies and the pattern of product cost cross-subsidization: Extending a computational model of costing system design
    Schmidt, Mark; Mertens, Kai Gustav; Meyer, Matthias
    PLoS ONE 18(9): e0290370 (2023-09-11)
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  • Insights into the accuracy of social scientists’ forecasts of societal change
    Grossmann, Igor; Rotella, Amanda; Hutcherson, Cendri; Sharpinskyi, Konstantyn; Varnum, Michael; Achter, Sebastian; Dhami, Mandeep K.; Guo, Xinqi Evie; Kara-Yakoubian, Mane; Mandel, David R.; Raes, Louis; Tay, Louis; Vie, Aymeric; Wagner, Lisa; Adamkovic, Matus; Arami, Arash; Arriaga Ferreira, Patricia; Bandara, Kasun; Baník, Gabriel; Bartoš, František; Baskin, Ernest; Bergmeir, Christoph; Białek, Michał; Børsting, Caroline Kjær; Browne, Dillon T.; Caruso, Eugene M.; Chen, Rong; Chie, Bin-Tzong; Chopik, William J.; Collins, Robert N.; Cong, Chin Wen; Conway, Lucian G.; Davis, Matthew; Day, Martin V.; Dhaliwal, Nathan A.; Durham, Justin D.; Dziekan, Martyna; Elbaek, Christian; Shuman, Eric; Fabrykant, Marharyta; Firat, Mustafa; Fong, Geoffrey T.; Frimer, Jeremy; Gallegos, Jonathan M.; Goldberg, Simon B.; Gollwitzer, Anton; Goyal, Julia; Graf-Vlachy, Lorenz; Gronlund, Scott D.; Hafenbrädl, Sebastian; Hartanto, Andree; Hirshberg, Matthew J.; Hornsey, Matthew; Howe, Piers D.L.; Izadi, Anoosha; Jaeger, Bastian; Kačmár, Pavol; Kim, Yeun Joon; Krenzler, Ruslan; Lannin, Daniel; Lin, Hung Wen; Lou, Nigel Mantou; Lua, Verity Y.Q.; Lukaszewski, Aaron W.; Ly, Albert L.; Madan, Christopher; Maier, Maximilian; Majeed, Nadyanna M.; March, David S.; Marsh, Abigail A.; Misiak, Michal; Myrseth, Kristian; Napan, Jaime; Nicholas, Jonathan; Nikolopoulos, Konstantinos; O, Jiaqing; Otterbring, Tobias; Paruzel-Czachura, Mariola; Pauer, Shiva; Protzko, John; Raffaelli, Quentin; Ropovik, Ivan; Ross, Robert M.; Roth, Yefim; Røysamb, Espen; Schnabel, Landon; Schütz, Astrid; Seifert, Matthias; Sevincer, A. T.; Sherman, Garrick T.; Simonsson, Otto; Sung, Ming Chien; Tai, Chung Ching; Talhelm, Thomas; Teachman, Bethany; Tetlock, Philip; Thomakos, Dimitrios; Tse, Dwight C.K.; Twardus, Oliver; Tybur, Joshua M.; Ungar, Lyle; Vandermeulen, Daan; Vaughan Williams, Leighton; Vosgerichian, Hrag A.; Wang, Qi; Wang, Ke; Whiting, Mark E.; Wollbrant, Conny E.; Yang, Tao; Yogeeswaran, Kumar; Yoon, Sangsuk; Alves, Ventura R.; Andrews-Hanna, Jessica R.; Bloom, Paul A.; Boyles, Anthony; Charis, Loo; Choi, Mingyeong; Darling-Hammond, Sean; Ferguson, Z. E.; Kaiser, Cheryl R.; Karg, Simon Tobias; Ortega, Alberto López; Mahoney, Lori; Marsh, Melvin; Martinie, Marcellin F.R.C.; Michaels, Eli K.; Millroth, Philip; Naqvi, Jeanean B.; Ng, Weiting; Rutledge, Robb B.; Slattery, Peter; Smiley, Adam H.; Strijbis, Oliver; Sznycer, Daniel; Tsukayama, Eli; van Loon, Austin; Voelkel, Jan G.; Wienk, Margaux; Wilkening, Tom
    Nature Human Behaviour 7 (4): 484-501 (2023-02-09)
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  • Reviewing the intellectual structure of product modularization: Toward a common view and future research agenda
    Mertens, Kai Gustav; Rennpferdt, Christoph; Greve, Erik; Krause, Dieter; Meyer, Matthias
    Journal of Product Innovation Management 40 (1): 86-119 (2023-01)
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  • Combining experiments with agent-based modeling : benefits for experimental management accounting research
    Plähn, Jannick; Bellora-Bienengräber, Lucia; Mertens, Kai G.; Meyer, Matthias
    17th Social Simulation Conference (SSC 2022)
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  • Effektive Risikoworkshops … Aber wie?
    Harten, Clemens; Bellora-Bienengräber, Lucia; Meyer, Matthias
    Controlling 2: 50-54 (2023)
  • Qualitätsdimensionen eines Digital Reportings: Was ist Noise und warum sollte man darauf achten?
    Meyer, Matthias
    in: Digital Reporting Transformation des Controllerbereichs durch den digitalen Wandel; Arbeitskreis Digital Reporting, Schmalenbach-Gesellschaft für Betriebswirtschaft e. V. (Hrsg.) (2023)
  • The effectiveness of risk assessments in risk workshops : the role of calculative cultures
    Bellora-Bienengräber, Lucia; Harten, Clemens; Meyer, Matthias
    Journal of Risk Research 26 (2): 163-183 (2023)
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Institute of Business Logistics and General Management (W-2)
Prof. Wolfgang Kersten

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Institute of Innovation Marketing (W-3)
Prof. Christian Lüthje

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Institute for Operations Research and Information Systems (W-4)
Prof. Kathrin Fischer

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Institute for Digital Economics (W-5)
Prof. Timo Heinrich

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  • Ökonomische Grundlagen digitaler Plattformen
    Sterner, Martin; Wingerter, Eugen
    Wirtschaft und Wettbewerb 73 (11): 604-606 i.e. WUW1450656 (2023)
  • Six human-centered artificial intelligence grand challenges
    Garibay, Ozlem Ozmen; Winslow, Brent; Andolina, Salvatore; Antona, Margherita; Bodenschatz, Anja; Coursaris, Constantinos K.; Falco, Gregory; Fiore, Stephen; Garibay, Ivan; Grieman, Keri; Havens, John C.; Jirotka, Marina; Kacorri, Hernisa; Karwowski, Waldemar; Kider, Joseph; Konstan, Joseph; Koon, Sean; Lopez-Gonzalez, Monica; Maifeld-Carucci, Iliana; McGregor, Sean; Salvendy, Gavriel; Shneiderman, Ben; Stephanidis, Constantine; Strobel, Christina; Holter, Carolyn Ten; Xu, Wei
    International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 39 (3): 391-437 (2023)
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Institute for Technical Logistics (W-6)
Prof. Jochen Kreutzfeldt

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Institute for Technology and Innovation Management (W-7)
Prof. Cornelius Herstatt

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Institute for Transport Planning and Logistics (W-8)
Prof. Carsten Gertz

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  • Integrierte Simulation von Raumentwicklung und Verkehr bei stark steigenden Energiepreisen
    Bohnet, Max; Gertz, Carsten; Maaß, Jacqueline; Altenburg, Sven
    REAL CORP 2012 - re-mixing the city : towards sustainability and resilience? ; proceedings of 17th International Conference on Urban Planning, Regional Development and Information Society ; Beiträge zur 17. Internationalen Konferenz zu Stadtplanung, Regionalentwicklung und Informationsgesellschaft ; [Multiversum Schwechat, Austria, 14 - 16 May 1012 ; Tagungsband] / ed. by Manfred Schrenk ... - Schwechat-Rannersdorf : Selbstverl. des Vereins CORP - Competence Center of Urban and Regional Planning, 2012.

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Institute of Management and Decision Sciences (W-9)
Prof. Christian M. Ringle

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Institute for Strategic and International Management (W-10)
Prof. Thomas Wrona

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Institut for Entrepreneurship (W-11)
Prof. Christoph Ihl

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Institut of Maritime Logistics (W-12)
Prof. Carlos Jahn

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Institute of Organizational Design und Collaboration Engineering (W-13)
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