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FIDES - the Research-Information-Documentation-Evaluation-System of Vienna University of economics and business

FIDES includes 87014 publications and provides data on 2413 currently active WU researchers working in 170 academic units.


Recent publication entries

Leixnering, Stephan, Meyer, Renate, Doralt, Peter. 2022. The past as prologue: Purpose dynamics in the history of the Aktiengesellschaft. Research in the Sociology of Organizations. 78, 97-120. (Details)

Meyer, Renate, Leixnering, Stephan, Veldman, Jeroen. 2022. Rethinking the Corporation: Introduction. Research in the Sociology of Organizations. 78, 1-12. (Details)

Loignon, Andrew C., Kodydek, Georg. 2022. The Effects of Objective and Subjective Social Class on Leadership Emergence. Journal of Management Studies (JMS). (Details)

Halkias, Georgios, Florack, Arnd, Diamantopoulos, Adamantios, Palcu, Johanna. 2022. Eyes Wide Shut? Understanding and Managing Consumers’ Visual Processing of Country-of-Origin Cues. British Journal of Management (BJM). (Details) open access

Kassemeier, Roland, Haumann, Till, Güntürkün, Baris Pascal. 2022. Whether, When, and Why Functional Company Characteristics Engender Customer Satisfaction and Customer-Company Identification: The Role of Self-Definitional Needs. International Journal of Research in Marketing. 39 (Details)


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