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Rothenberger, Liane; Tribusean, Irina; Hoffmann, Andrea C.; Löffelholz, Martin;
History and development of journalism studies as a global field. - In: The handbook of journalism studies - New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, (2020), S. 487-505

https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/ubilm-ebooks/reader.action?docID=5795799
Grebel, Thomas;
What a difference carbon leakage correction makes!. - In: Journal of evolutionary economics - Berlin : Springer, ISSN 1432-1386, Bd. 29 (2019), 3, S. 939-971

https://doi.org/10.1007/s00191-019-00629-8
Wyrwich, Michael; Sternberg, Rolf G.; Stützer, Michael;
Failing role models and the formation of fear of entrepreneurial failure: a study of regional peer effects in German regions. - In: Journal of economic geography - Oxford : Oxford Univ. Press, ISSN 1468-2710, Bd. 19 (2019), 3, S. 567-588

https://doi.org/10.1093/jeg/lby023
Markscheffel, Bernd;
Library data science - challenges and opportunities. - In: Libraries and librarianship in digital plus era - New Delhi : Ane Books Pvt, (2019), S. 207-214

Löffelholz, Martin;
Internationalizing higher education in Indonesia. - In: Education for a globalizing Asia - Loyola Heights, Quezon City : Ateneo Center for Asian Studies, (2019), S. 26-46

Domahidi, Emese; Yang, JungHwan; Niemann-Lenz, Julia; Reinecke, Leonard;
Outlining the way ahead in computational communication science: an introduction to the IJoC special section on "Computational Methods for Communication Science: Toward a Strategic Roadmap". - In: International journal of communication : IJoC. - Los Angeles, Calif : The Annenberg Center for Communication, ISSN 19328036, Bd. 13 (2019), S. 3876-3884

Over the past two decades, processes of digitalization and mediatization have shaped the communication landscape and have had a strong impact on various facets of communication. The digitalization of communication results in completely new forms of digital traces that make communication processes observable in new and unprecedented ways. Although many scholars in the social sciences acknowledge the chances and requirements of the digital revolution in communication, they are also facing fundamental challenges in implementing successful research programs, strategies, and designs that are based on computational methods and "big data". This Special Section aims at bringing together seminal perspectives on challenges and chances of computational communication science (CCS). In this introduction, we highlight the impulses provided by the research presented in the Special Section, discuss the most pressing challenges in the context of CCS, and sketch a potential roadmap for future research in this field.



https://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/10533
Döring, Nicola;
Sexual activities in the digital context : current state of research and recommendations for the practice
Sexuelle Aktivitäten im digitalen Kontext : aktueller Forschungsstand und Handlungsempfehlungen für die Praxis. - In: Psychotherapeut - Berlin : Springer, ISSN 1432-2080, Bd. 64 (2019), 5, S. 374-384

https://doi.org/10.1007/s00278-019-00371-3
Galvin, Peter; Bach, Norbert;
How firm boundary choices alter over time: building a dynamic model for the UK Pension Industry. - In: Annual meeting proceedings - Chicago : Academy of Management, ISSN 2151-6561, Bd. 2019 (2019), 1, insges. 1 S.

Theoretical explanations for the positioning of firm boundaries have developed from a range of literatures including transaction cost economics, firm-level capabilities, organizational theory and the knowledge based view. To date, these perspectives have provided explanations concerning firm boundaries at a specific point in time. To build a more dynamic understanding of how firm boundaries alter over time and the triggers that drive such changes (the 'adaptation problem') we present the case of the UK Pension Industry (1985-2014). Adopting an inductive epistemology and relying upon template and matrix analysis of the qualitative data, we build a dynamic model of firm boundary choices that incorporates feedback loops and a recognition of both firm-level and industry-level determinants. We observe that as the industry moves from being entirely vertically integrated, to eventual disaggregation and then starting to in-source activities again as technologies and regulations change, firms alter their architectures to engage more or less with the market and vary their investment in capabilities according to the potential for gains from specialization and gains from trade. The final dynamic model integrates theoretical concepts from transaction cost economics, firm-level capabilities and organizational design in respect of modular versus integrated architectures.



https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2019.18004abstract
Berger, Ulrike; Bernhard-Mehlich, Isolde; Oertel, Simon;
Die Verhaltenswissenschaftliche Entscheidungstheorie. - In: Organisationstheorien - Stuttgart : Verlag W. Kohlhammer, (2019), S. 122-167

Budzinski, Oliver; Stöhr, Annika;
Die Ministererlaubnis als Element der deutschen Wettbewerbsordnung: eine theoretische und empirische Analyse. - In: Ordo : Jahrbuch für die Ordnung von Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. - Berlin : de Gruyter Oldenbourg, ISSN 2366-0481, Bd. 2018 (2019), 69, S. 216-258

https://doi.org/10.1515/ordo-2019-0013