SBUR Editors-in-Chief

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SBUR Associate Editors

Matthias Breuer, Columbia University, USA

Matthias BREUER is an Associate Professor of Business at Columbia University's Graduate School of Business. His research interests include financial accounting, auditing, corporate governance, valuation, and sustainability.  In his research, he uses varied empirical methods and data sources to describe relevant markets and phenomena, identify effects of interventions in these markets, or test theories with reduced form or structural approaches

Marina Fiedler, University of Passau, Germany

Marina FIEDLER is a Professor of Management, People and Information at the University of Passau. Her research focuses on the interface of three central topics of digitization: the role of Information Systems in organizations and digital platforms; governance and management of sustainable behavior; and changes in designing work. Her work covers a methodological spectrum, including experiments, qualitative and quantitative methods.

Miriam Flickinger, FU Berlin, Germany

Miriam Flickinger is a Professor of Organizations at Freie Universität Berlin. Her expertise lies at the intersection of organizational theory, strategy, and corporate governance. Her research is based on behavioral theories and, therefore, deals primarily with cognitive, emotional, and social phenomena in management.

Emilia Garcia-Appendini, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Emilia GARCIA-APPENDINI is a Research Economist at Norges Bank and a Research Fellow in the University of Zurich. Her main research interests are in corporate finance, banking, financial intermediation, supply chain, climate finance and sustainable finance.  Her research is primarily empirical.

Karen Gedenk, University of Hamburg, Germany

Karen GEDENK is a Professor of Marketing at the University of Hamburg. Her key research interests are pricing, promotions, and retailing. Her methodological expertise covers empirical marketing models and survey research.

Martin Klarmann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Martin KLARMANN is a Professor of Marketing at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. His key research interests are marketing methods, marketing strategy, B2B marketing, and sales management. His methodological expertise covers survey research methods (especially structural equation modeling, multilevel modeling and factor analysis), text mining, and meta-analyses.

Tobias Kretschmer, University of Munich, Germany

Tobias KRETSCHMER is a Professor of Strategy, Technology and Organization at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich. He works on strategy and organization in high-technology markets, including platform markets, organization design, competitive strategy and competitive dynamics, and digitization. His work covers a wide methodological spectrum, including large-sample econometrics using primary and secondary data, formal models and simulation models.

Jan Landwehr, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Jan LANDWEHR is a Professor of Marketing at the Goethe University Frankfurt. His key research interests cover consumer behavior/psychology, advertising, conscious consumption, visual product design, and empirical aesthetics. His methodological expertise covers experimental research methods including statistical mediation and moderation.

Jan Muntermann, Augsburg University

is a Professor of Financial Data Analytics at the University of Augsburg. His research interests include big data analytics to support financial decision-making and digital business strategy in the financial services sector. His work is empirical and design science-oriented with a focus on machine learning techniques.

Rainer Niemann, University of Graz, Austria

Rainer NIEMANN is a Professor of Accounting and Taxation at the University of Graz. His expertise includes tax effects on investment and finance, taxation under uncertainty, and international taxation. His methodological expertise is mainly economic modeling, theory, and normative.

Jana Oehmichen, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany

Jana OEHMICHEN is a Professor of Organization, Human Resources, and Management Studies at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. Her research covers international corporate governance, strategic leadership, incentive systems, strategic change, and digital strategy. Her work is mainly quantitative (multivariate econometrical analyses) and conceptual (agency theory, institutional and resource-based approaches).

Georg Reischauer, WU Wien

Georg Reischauer is an Assistant Professor at WU Vienna University of Economics and Business. His research interests lie at the intersection of strategic management, organization theory, and sustainability management, with an emphasis on the implications of digital technologies. Topics of interest include algorithmic management, ecosystems, institutional innovation, organization design, and platforms. He specializes in qualitative methods and qualitative research designs.

Jörg Rocholl, European School of Management and Technology, Berlin, Germany

Jörg ROCHOLL  is the President of ESMT Berlin, where he is also a Professor of Finance. His research interests are in the areas of corporate finance, corporate governance, and financial intermediation. His research is primarily empirical.

Thorsten Sellhorn, University of Munich, Germany

Thorsten SELLHORN is a Professor of Accounting and Auditing at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich. His expertise includes financial reporting, international accounting, and auditing. Most of his research applies empirical methods, including archival and interview studies.

Martin Spann, University of Munich, Germany

Martin SPANN is a Professor of Electronic Commerce & Digital Markets at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich. His key research interests are digital marketing and electronic commerce. His expertise covers quantitative empirical methods, particularly lab & field experiments and econometric models.

Thomas Spengler, TU Braunschweig, Germany

Thomas S. SPENGLER is a Professor of Production and Logistics Management at the TU Braunschweig. His research interests cover operations management, supply chain management, sustainability management and recycling. His research mainly focuses on the development and application of operations research models and methods for decision support in industry and the mobility sector.

Uriel Stettner, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Uriel STETTNER is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management at Tel Aviv University. His research focuses on exploration and exploitation/ambi-dexterity, and the performance implications of organizational learning. His work relies on quantitative data analysis, panel data, and survival/event history analysis.

Marliese Uhrig-Homburg, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Marliese UHRIG-HOMBURG is a Professor of Finance at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Her research focusses on asset pricing, derivatives, risk management, liquidity, energy finance, and cryptocurrencies. She covers both empirical capital market research and capital market theory as well as financial modelling.

Kristina Vaarst-Andersen, University of Southern Denmark

Kristina Vaarst Andersen is Associate Professor of Integrative Innovation Management at University of Southern Denmark. Her research interests include innovation strategy and business development, and has a strong focus on new technology, localized innovation, and different systems and networks of innovation. Her methodological expertise covers econometrics, network analysis, qualitative methods, and mixed method design.

Guido Voigt, Universität Hamburg, Germany

Guido VOIGT is a Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the University of Hamburg. His expertise includes contracting in supply chains, closed-loop supply chain management and remanufacturing, and behavioral operations management. Methodologies are mainly non-cooperative game-theory, behavioral modelling, and experimental economics.

Florian Zapkau, WU Wien

Florian ZAPKAU is a Professor for International Business at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. His research is at the intersections of internationalization and entrepreneurship, focusing on SMEs and young firms. He investigates firms' strategic decisions in the internationalization process and their outcomes. He also analyzes how learning affects firms' future foreign market entries. Finally, he is interested in cognitions, heuristics, and biases in decision-making contexts in IB and entrepreneurship. Methodologically, his work is mainly quantitative-empirical.