1 Faculty & Research R&D Annual Report 2012 ESMT European School of Management and Technology
2 Citation Grajek, M., J. Eggert, and C. Xitco (2012). R&D Annual Report ESMT European School of Management and Technology. Copyright 2012 by ESMT European School of Management and Technology, Berlin, Germany, All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, used in a spreadsheet, or transmitted in any form or by any means - electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise - without the permission of ESMT.
3 1 Foreword In accordance with the School s mission, the role of research at ESMT is to develop and disseminate new knowledge, to foster sustainable economic growth, and to help business leaders succeed globally and act responsibly. In particular, ESMT s research aims at having a significant impact at the highest academic level. In 2012 ESMT faculty members published 28 peer reviewed articles (of which 14 are forthcoming) in the most influential academic journals. The School s mission is also reflected in the numerous research events organized at ESMT. Throughout the year, 55 research seminars took place at ESMT with scholars from some of the most prestigious international institutions. The Center for Leadership Development Research (CLDR) under the directorship of Associate Professor Konstantin Korotov held its 4 th Coaching Colloquium, co-organized the 4 th International Coaching Research Forum, and played a crucial role in organizing the ESMT s Annual Forum. ESMT also hosted the 12 th Annual Revenue Management & Pricing Section Conference in June, Michał Grajek, Associate Professor and Director of Research One of the highlights of the year was the inauguration of the Karl-Heinz Kipp Chair in Research. This chair for a junior professor was funded by Karl-Heinz Kipp to support young academics and exceptional research. Assistant Professor Sascha Steffen, who also joined ESMT in January 2012, is the current chairholder. Associate Professor Sumitro Banerjee is the new holder of the Ferrero Chair in International Marketing. ESMT research continues to attract grants from various funding sources. From the European Commission, Professor Paul Heidhues (project leader: Professor Botond Kőszegi of Central European University) received a European Research Council Starting Grant and Professor CB Bhattacharya together with postdoctoral research fellow Katja H. Brunk received a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship. Associate Professor Rajshri Jayaraman was generously supported by the International Growth Center and the Research Training Group, and Assistant Professor Sascha Steffen received a new grant from the Peter Curtius-Stiftung. ESMT is continuing its involvement in the Berlin Doctoral Program in Economics & Management Science (BDPEMS) under the coordination of Professor Paul Heidhues, director of PhD studies. Within this program ESMT closely collaborates with faculty members and researchers from other Berlin universities and institutions to provide an internationally competitive PhD education. This report details the ESMT research output in I hope you enjoy reading it! Michał Grajek
4 2 R&D Annual Report 2012 Contents 1. Faculty New hires Faculty and their research interests Publications Peer reviewed articles Non-peer reviewed articles Working papers Books Book chapters Case studies White papers and business briefs Other publications Editorial activities Events Research seminars and academic presentations Conferences, workshops, roundtables, and forums ESMT Open Lecture Grants New grants Continuing grants Chairs Chairs filled in Continuing chairholders Center for Leadership Development Research (CLDR) Members currently associated with the CLDR Events... 32
5 3 8. PhD program ESMT and the Berlin Doctoral Program in Economics & Management Science (BDPEMS) ESMT PhD fellows and their research interests Research visitors Research seminars and conference presentations Research assistants About ESMT... 45
6 4 R&D Annual Report Faculty ESMT recruits, develops, and promotes a diverse and international world-class faculty. The school strives to build a productive environment that supports rigorous, deep, and original research aimed at top academic publications. Industry backing provides further opportunities to generate ideas with a strong practical impact that also feed substantial insights into creative teaching approaches. ESMT faculty is further enriched with a number of faculty professionals who combine strong business experience with academic credentials. 1.1 New hires Sascha Steffen Assistant Professor and Karl-Heinz Kipp Chair in Research Sascha Steffen, Assistant Professor Sascha Steffen joined ESMT in January 2012 and is the first holder of the Karl-Heinz Kipp Chair in Research. Previously he was an assistant professor at the Universität Mannheim in the department of Banking and Finance. From 2008 to 2009 Sascha was a visiting scholar at Stern School of Business at NYU and ESMT. He received his doctorate degree in finance with honors (summa cum laude) from the Goethe Universität Frankfurt in Faculty and their research interests Full-time professors ESMT faculty: 32 professors and professionals 19 nations 6 female Zoltán Antal-Mokos (Hungary) Professor and Dean of Degree Programs Corporate strategy, strategic rationale for mergers and acquisitions, post-merger integration, and privatization Sumitro Banerjee (India) Associate Professor and Ferrero Chair in International Marketing Timing of launch, R&D investments, introduction strategies for successive new products, and multinational marketing Guillermo Baquero (Ecuador) Associate Professor Hedge and mutual funds, the behavior of hedge fund investors, behavioral finance, and experimental economics Özlem Bedre-Defolie (Turkey) Assistant Professor Applied microeconomics, industrial organization, and competition economics
7 Faculty 5 CB Bhattacharya (USA) Professor, E.ON Chair in Corporate Responsibility, and Dean of International Relations Business strategy innovation, CSR, sustainability, stakeholder engagement, marketing strategy, corporate identity and reputation Francis Bidault (France) Professor Technology strategy, new product development, technology alliances, and partnerships Matthew S. Bothner (USA) Professor and Deutsche Telekom Chair in Leadership and HR Development Measurement and consequences of social status in venture capital, professional sports, and higher education Linus Dahlander (Sweden) Assistant Professor Network dynamics, communities, and open and distributed innovation Francine Espinoza Petersen (Brazil) Associate Professor Consumer affect (emotions, moods, subjective experiences), consumer psychology and behavior, and luxury marketing Michał Grajek (Poland) Associate Professor and Director of Research Applied econometrics, industrial organization, international economics, law and economics, economics of networks, competition policy, and ICT Laura Guillén (Spain) Assistant Professor Leadership development, motivation to lead, emotional intelligence, gender diversity, and performance evaluation Paul Heidhues (Germany/USA) Professor, Lufthansa Chair in Competition and Regulation, and Director of PhD Studies Behavioral industrial organization, competition policy, consumer protection, behavioral economics, and applied game theory Peter Jarnebrant (Sweden) Assistant Professor Judgment and decision making, consumer behavior, marketing research, and pricing policy Rajshri Jayaraman (Canada) Associate Professor Development economics and the effect of incentives on individual and firm behavior
8 6 R&D Annual Report 2012 Konstantin Korotov (Russia) Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Leadership Development Research (CLDR) Psychological burdens of modern leadership, leadership development, career dynamics, and executive coaching Zhike Lei (China) Associate Professor Organizational behavior, safety and reliability in complex, time-pressured situations, and team dynamics Kristian Ove R. Myrseth (Norway) Assistant Professor Psychology of decision making and judgment, basic psychology of self-control, and perceptions of risk and uncertainty Mario Rese (Germany) Professor Solution selling, marketing accountability, and business models Jörg Rocholl (Germany) President, Professor, and Ernst & Young Chair in Governance and Compliance Corporate finance, impact of political connections on firm value, and functioning of the interbank lending market Catalina Stefanescu-Cuntze (UK/Romania) Associate Professor and Dean of Faculty Credit and financial risk, managerial decision making, revenue management, forecasting, statistics, and operations research Sascha Steffen (Germany) Assistant Professor and Karl-Heinz Kipp Chair in Research Financial intermediation (loan contract design, relationships monitoring) and banking (liquidity, crises, systemic risk, regulation) Stefan Wagner (Germany) Assistant Professor Economics of technology and innovation, intellectual property rights (patent protection), and innovation management Simon Wakeman (UK/New Zealand) Associate Professor Firm strategy for commercializing innovation, especially protecting against imitation and capturing value in the supply chain Faculty professionals Christoph Burger (Germany) Faculty Professional, ESMT and Managing Director, ESMT CS Energy supply industry, long-term industry development (consolidation and innovation), and decision making/negotiation
9 Faculty 7 Hans W. Friederiszick (Germany) Faculty Professional, ESMT and Managing Director, E.CA Economics Applied microeconomics and industrial organization with a specialization in competition economics Jan U. Hagen (Germany) Faculty Professional, ESMT and Head of the Practice Group Financial Services, ESMT CS Error management, crisis management, impact of leadership styles, and communication patterns on performance of flight crews Ulrich Linnhoff (Germany) Faculty Professional and Head of USW Netzwerk Programs, ESMT Accounting, performance measurement, controlling, private equity, and business simulations Olaf Plötner (Germany) Professor of Practice and Dean of Executive Education, ESMT and Managing Director, ESMT CS Strategic management, B2B marketing, and international sales management in technology-based B2B markets Affiliate professors Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries Distinguished Affiliate Professor Leadership and the dynamics of individual and organizational change Stefan J. Reichelstein Distinguished Affiliate Professor Cost and profitability analysis, decentralization, internal pricing and performance measurement Emeriti professors Derek F. Abell Professor Emeritus and Founding President Strategic marketing, general management, leadership in technology-based industries Wulff Plinke Professor Emeritus and Founding Dean Business strategy in industrial markets, market-oriented management, relationship marketing, pricing in industrial markets, and market-based accounting
10 8 R&D Annual Report Publications ESMT publishes in international academic journals, which are first-class in their respective fields. These research findings also provide cutting-edge and profound insights for the business community as well as the classroom through managerial publications and case studies. This rare integration of research and practice makes ESMT an outstanding location for generating relevant and ground-breaking knowledge. 2.1 Peer reviewed articles Forthcoming Linus Dahlander, Daniel McFarland Ties that last: Tie formation and persistence in research collaborations over time Administrative Science Quarterly ESMT publications: 28 peer reviewed articles of which: 14 are forthcoming 8 are A/A+ articles 17 non-peer reviewed articles 16 working papers 4 books of which: 1 is forthcoming 12 book chapters of which: 7 are forthcoming 10 cases, white papers, and business briefs 3 other publications Erkko Autio, Linus Dahlander, Lars Frederiksen Information exposure, opportunity evaluation and entrepreneurial action: An empirical investigation of an online user community Academy of Management Journal Johannes Liegsalz, Stefan Wagner Patent examination at the State Intellectual Property Office in China Research Policy Georg von Graevenitz, Stefan Wagner, Dietmar Harhoff Incidence and growth of patent thickets: The impact of technological opportunities and complexity Journal of Industrial Economics Benoit Dostie, Rajshri Jayaraman Do higher costs spur process innovations and managerial incentives? Evidence from a natural experiment Journal of Economics & Management Strategy Eitan Goldman, Jörg Rocholl, Jongil So Politically connected boards of directors and the allocation of procurement contracts Review of Finance Julian Mattes, Sascha Steffen, Mark Wahrenburg Do information rents in loan spreads persist over the business cycles? Journal of Financial Services Research Özlem Bedre-Defolie, Emilio Calvano Pricing payment cards American Economic Journal: Microeconomics
11 Publications 9 Onal Vural, Linus Dahlander, Gerry George Collaborative benefits and coordination costs: Learning and capability development in science Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal Kristian Myrseth, Conny Wollbrant A theory of self-control and naïveté: The blights of willpower and blessings of temptation Journal of Economic Psychology Laura Guillén, Willem Saris Competencies, personality traits, and job performance outcomes of middle managers: A motive-based approach Human Performance Hans Friederiszick, Nicola Tosini State aid modernization and its implications for the assessment of large investment projects: The relevance of screens in the regional aid guidelines European State Aid Law Quarterly Olaf Plötner, Jan Lakotta, Frank Jacob Differentiating market offerings using complexity and co-creation: Implications for customer decision-making uncertainty European Business Review Nora Grasselli, Thomas Gilmore Thickening case discussions through enactments Training and Management Development Methods Published Michał Grajek, Tobias Kretschmer Identifying critical mass in the global cellular telephony market International Journal of Industrial Organization 30(6): Özlem Bedre-Defolie Vertical coordination through renegotiation International Journal of Industrial Organization 30(6): Linus Dahlander, Lars Frederiksen The core and cosmopolitans: A relational view of innovation in user communities Organization Science 23(4): Paul Heidhues, Nicolas Melissas Rational exuberance European Economic Review 56(6): Matthew Bothner, Young-Kyu Kim, Edward Bishop Smith How does status affect performance? Status as an asset vs. status as a liability in the PGA and NASCAR Organization Science 23(2):
12 10 R&D Annual Report 2012 Jérôme Massiani, Jens Weinmann Estimating electric cars emissions in Germany: An analysis through a pivotal marginal method and comparison with other methods Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment 2: Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock, Zhike Lei, Simone Kauffeld Appreciating age diversity and German nurse well-being and commitment: Coworker trust as the mediator Nursing and Health Sciences 14(2): Peter Martinsson, Kristian Myrseth, Conny Wollbrant Reconciling pro-social vs. selfish behavior: On the role of self-control Judgment and Decision Making 7(3): Bernd Süssmuth, Stefan Wagner A market's reward scheme, media attention, and the transitory success of managerial change Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik (Journal of Economics and Statistics) 232(3): Benoit Dostie, Rajshri Jayaraman Organizational redesign, information technologies and workplace productivity B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 12(1): 1 39 Michał Grajek, Lars-Hendrik Röller Regulation and investment in network industries: Evidence from European telecoms Journal of Law and Economics 55(1): Jörg Rocholl The true significance of the EFSF downgrade Intereconomics 47(1): 2 3 Urs Müller Corruption by design? L ArtiMarche s struggles in Russia Emerging Markets Case Studies Collection 2(1): 1 10 Katja Brunk Un/ethical company and brand perceptions: Conceptualizing and operationalizing consumer meanings Journal of Business Ethics 111(4):
13 Publications Non-peer reviewed articles English CB Bhattacharya Teaching sustainability to tomorrow s leaders EFMD Global Focus 6(3): Deepak Somaya, David Teece, Simon Wakeman Business models and patent strate gies in multi-invention contexts Ivey Business Journal 76(5): 9 11 Michał Grajek ICT for growth: A targeted approach Bruegel Policy Contribution 10: 1 11 Best article award 2012: California Management Review Best Article Award 2012 Simon Wakeman Olaf Plötner Fighting back Euroasia Industry 3: 6 9 CB Bhattacharya The triple bottom line not a zero sum game HR Director 87: CB Bhattacharya Engaging with stakeholders to create value Ernst &Young T Magazine 6: CB Bhattacharya, Daniel Korschun, Sankar Sen What really drives value in corporate responsibility? McKinsey Quarterly 1: Shuili Du, CB Bhattacharya, Sankar Sen Using corporate social responsibility to motivate and retain female employees CGO Insights Briefing Notes 31: 1 4 Non-English Jörg Rocholl Corporate Governance von Banken Zeitschrift für Bankrecht und Bankwirtschaft (ZBB) 5: Konstantin Korotov Esli sotrudniki poimut, chto rukovoditel otnositsya k nim nespravedlivo, oni nachnut soznatelno delat gadosti [If employees realize that the manager is treating them unfairly, they will consciously do nasty things] Sekret Firmy 9(323):
14 12 R&D Annual Report 2012 Sascha Steffen, Markus Fischer, Christa Hainz, Jörg Rocholl Wie wirkt sich der Wegfall staatlicher Garantien auf die Risikoübernahme von Banken aus? ifo Schnelldienst 65(18): Hans-Peter Burghof, Bernhard Speyer, Michael Kemmer, Jörg Rocholl, Georg Fahrenschon, Jörg Asmussen, Clemens Fuest Bankenunion: Ist eine gemeinsame europäische Bankenaufsicht ein neues Instrument der Bankenrettung? [Bank union: Does common European bank supervision constitute a new bank bail-out instrument?] ifo Schnelldienst 65(14): 3 25 Konstantin Korotov Nelzya obraschatsya s sotrudnikami, prodayuschimi nedvizhimost za neskolko millionov dollarov, kar s gruzchikami v magazine [You can t treat employees who sell multi-million dollar real estate as if they were handymen in a grocery store] Sekret Firmy 8(322): Jan Hagen, Zhike Lei Am liebsten unter vier Augen Harvard Business Manager 6: 8 11 Konstantin Korotov Businessman platit partner pensiyu, realizuya svoyu potrebnost vyglyadet v chuzhikh glazakh khoroshim chelovekom [Here the businessman pays rent to his partner in order to satisfy his need to look good in the eyes of other people] Sekret Firmy 4(318): Nora Grasselli, Adam Kotsis Creating people advantage: HR trends in the light of 2011 BCG study results Human Resources Magazin 4(1): Konstantin Korotov Zhelanie dumat, chto my vedem dostoynuyu zhizn, sovershaya pri etom neblagovidnye postupki, ochen veliko [Our desire to think that we live a decent life while committing questionable acts is very big] Sekret Firmy 1/2(316): Working papers ESMT series Francis Bidault, Thomas Hildebrand The distribution of partnerships benefits: Evidence from co-authorships in economics journals ESMT No Francis Bidault The dynamics of relational quality in co-development alliances ESMT No
15 Publications 13 Peter Martinsson, Kristian Myrseth, Conny Wollbrant Cooperation in social dilemmas: The necessity of seeing self-control conflict ESMT No (R1) Francine Espinoza Petersen When do consumers indulge in luxury? Emotional certainty signals when to indulge to regulate affect ESMT No Hans Friederiszick, Nicola Tosini State aid modernization and its implications for the assessment of large investment projects: The relevance of market screens in the regional aid guidelines ESMT No Dietmar Harhoff, Georg von Graevenitz, Stefan Wagner Conflict resolution, public goods and patent thickets ESMT No Laura Guillén, Natalia Karelaia When opposites hurt: Similarity in getting ahead in leader-follower dyads as a predictor of job performance evaluations ESMT No (R1) Laura Guillén, Konstantin Korotov, Margarita Mayo Is leadership a part of me? An identity approach to understanding the motivation to lead ESMT No (R1) Simon Wakeman How does obtaining intellectual property rights impact technology commercialization strategy for start-up innovators? Reconciling the effects on licensing vs. financing ESMT No (R1) J.P. Eggers, Michał Grajek, Tobias Kretschmer Performance implications of core and complementary pre-entry experience: The role of consumer heterogeneity in mobile telephony ESMT No (R2) David Hsu, Simon Wakeman Costs and benefits of learning through alliances for entrepreneurial firms ESMT No (R2) Guillermo Baquero, Malika Hamadi, Andréas Heinen Competition, loan rates and information dispersion in microcredit markets ESMT No Martin Kocher, Peter Martinsson, Kristian Myrseth, Conny Wollbrant Strong, bold, and kind: Self-control and cooperation in social dilemmas ESMT No
16 14 R&D Annual Report 2012 Non-ESMT series Paul Heidhues, Sven Rady, Philipp Strack Strategic experimentation with private payoffs GESY No. 387 Felix Freudenberg, Bjoern Imbierowicz, Anthony Saunders, Sascha Steffen Covenant violations, loan contracting, and default risk of bank borrowers NYU No. FIN Joseph Clougherty, Michał Grajek International standards and international trade: Empirical evidence from ISO 9000 diffusion NBER No Books Forthcoming Jan Hagen Confronting mistakes: Lessons from the aviation industry when dealing with errors Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Published Christoph Burger, Jens Weinmann The decentralized energy revolution: Business strategies for a new paradigm Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Francis Bidault Managing joint innovation: How to balance trust and control in strategic alliances Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Non-English Olaf Plötner Counter Strategies im globalen Wettbewerb [Counter strategies in global markets] Berlin: Springer Gabler
17 Publications 15 An interview with Professor Francis Bidault about his new book Managing joint innovation: How to balance trust and control in strategic alliances Your book is entitled Managing joint innovation. What is joint innovation? These are partnerships between two or more firms that want to develop new capabilities (i.e., new products, services, technologies, processes) they plan to exploit either separately or together. The cooperation between Toyota and Tesla - the Californian company known for its innovative electric sports car - to develop an electric version of the RAV4 is one example. There we had two partners who needed each other s competences and assets to create this new product. Francis Bidault, Professor You say that there is an increasing number of this form of strategic alliance. Why are they emerging now? Many factors push companies to combine their resources in order to develop innovative capabilities, such as the growing cost of R&D for the next technology generations, the shortening of product life cycles, the need to combine different technologies. Today, developing a car requires a broad range of expertise no company can master on its own. Carmakers have therefore become adept at forming alliances to confront the challenge of innovation. As needed as they are, co-development alliances are difficult to manage. What are the main dangers they confront and how should partners cope with them? These alliances are indeed typically unstable, and many simply fail to grant any return on the partners investment. Those who survive often do so after drastic restructuring and require that the partners learn to pull together and work around unexpected difficulties. My book focuses on the critical task of managing relationships and communication in co-development alliances. However, good relational quality management will certainly not compensate for bad business strategies and poor execution of initiatives. Also, outstanding relationships will not survive when there is a lack of trust between partners and a desire for tighter control over one another. I suggest a specific approach for managing the relationship between organizations involved in co-development alliances. My recommendations are based on many cases that I have researched and an extensive review of recent management literature.
18 16 R&D Annual Report Book chapters Forthcoming Manfred Kets de Vries, Elizabeth Florent-Treacy, Konstantin Korotov Psychodynamic issues in organizational leadership In The Wiley Blackwell handbook of the psychology of leadership, change and organizational development, ed. H. Skipton Leonard, R. Lewis, A. Freedman, J. Passmore. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons. Sascha Steffen, Viral Acharya Analyzing systemic risk of the European banking sector In Handbook on systemic risk, ed. J.-P. Fouque, J. Langsam. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CB Bhattacharya The importance of marketing for social innovation In Social innovation, ed. T. Osburg. Heidelberg: Springer. Daniel Korschun, CB Bhattacharya, Sankar Sen Stakeholder-centricity: Managing sustainability successfully In Sustainability Management: Nachhaltige und stakeholderorientierte Wertsteigerung, ed. F. Keuper, F. Neumann. Berlin: Logos. Hans Friederiszick Der Begriff der Wettbewerbsverzerrung unter Artikel 107 1TFEU [Distortion of Competition under Art TFEU] Die Abwägungsprüfung unter Art 107 3c TFEU [The balancing test under Art 107 3c TFEU] In Europäisches Beihilfenrecht, ed. A. Birnstiel, M. Bungenberg, H. Heinrich. Baden-Baden: Nomos. Linus Dahlander, O. Alexy Managing open innovation In Handbook of innovation management, ed. M. Dodgson, D. Gann, N. Phillips. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Published Konstantin Korotov, Sheila Puffer, Daniel McCarthy, Vlad Vaiman Global careers: The Russian experience In Careers without borders: Critical perspectives, ed. C. Reis, Y. Baruch, London: Routledge. Guillermo Gallego, Catalina Stefanescu Services engineering: Design and pricing of service features In The Oxford handbook of pricing management, ed. Ö. Özer, R. Phillips, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
19 Publications 17 Paul Heidhues, Botond Kőszegi, Takeshi Murooka Deception and consumer protection in competitive markets In The pros and cons of consumer protection, ed. D. Sjöblom, Stockholm: Swedish Competition Authority. Non-English Konstantin Korotov Coaching in MBA und EMBA Programmen [Coaching in MBA and EMBA programs] In Durch Coaching Führungsqualitäten entwickeln, ed. T. Eberle, S. Spoun, P. Kipfelsberger, Zürich: Versus. Michael Holtermann, Jens Weinmann Rahmenbedingungen für ein Future Energy Grid [Regulatory framework for a future energy grid] In Future Energy Grid: Migrationspfade ins Internet der Energie, ed. H.-J. Appelrath, H. Kagermann, C. Mayer. München: Springer. 2.6 Case studies ESMT series Martin Kupp, Katharina Lange Medneo: Radiology as a service ESMT Case, ESMT Video, ESMT Teaching Note Katharina Lange Pina Bausch: Leadership as collective genius ESMT Case, ESMT Teaching Note Veit Etzold An old bank in a new country: Restructuring Nile Commercial Bank of South Sudan ESMT Case, ESMT Teaching Note, ESMT Martin Kupp Global product development strategy at Bosch: Selecting a development site for the new low-cost ABS platform ESMT Case, ESMT Teaching Note Sven Petersen, Francine Espinoza, Luc Wathieu Tchibo Ideas: Leveraging the creativity of customers ESMT Case, ESMT Teaching Note Case awards 2012: The case study: Waltraud Ziervogel at Konnopke's Imbiss: Re-inventing a Berlin icon won the Family Business Award in the EFMD Case Writing Competition organized by the European Foundation for Management Development The case study: An old bank in a new country: Restructuring Nile Commercial Bank of South Sudan placed Second Best in the 2012 CEEMAN/Emerald Case Writing Competition organized by the Central and East European Management Development Association. Francis Bidault, Ghim Meng Low Mobile operators in 2010: The smartphone challenge (A) ESMT Case A, ESMT Teaching Note
20 18 R&D Annual Report 2012 Francis Bidault, Ghim Meng Low Mobile operators in 2010: The smartphone challenge (B) ESMT Case B, ESMT Teaching Note Urs Müller, Veit Etzold Waltraud Ziervogel at Konnopke's Imbiss: Re-inventing a Berlin icon ESMT Case, ESMT Teaching Note 2.7 White papers and business briefs Hans Friederiszick, Linda Gratz Dominant and efficient: On the relevance of efficiencies in abuse of dominance cases ESMT No. WP Christoph Burger, Jens Weinmann ESMT innovation index 2010: Electricity supply industry ESMT No. BB Other publications Linus Dahlander, David Gann, Gerard George Taxonomy-analytical study for the project on open collaborative projects and IPbased models (recommendation 36) WIPO Report CDIP/8/INF/7 REV CB Bhattacharya Book excerpt: Leveraging corporate responsibility: The stakeholder route to maximizing business and social value Stanford Social Innovation Review Katja Brunk What is ethical? Conceptualizing consumer meanings 41st EMAC Annual Conference Proceedings
21 Editorial activities Editorial activities CB Bhattacharya Editorial Review Board Member, Corporate Reputation Review Editorial Review Board Member, Business Ethics Quarterly Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science Francis Bidault Editorial Board Member, Hi-tech Marketing Review Editorial Board Member, Business Management Review Editorial Board Member, Société Française de Management Linus Dahlander Editorial Board Member, European Management Review Michał Grajek Associate Editor, Information Economics and Policy Paul Heidhues Associate Editor, European Economic Review Associate Editor, The BE Journals in Theoretical Economics Konstantin Korotov Editorial Board Member, Emerald Emerging Markets Case-Studies Editorial Board Member, Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies Editorial Board Member, Revista de Gestao (REGE) Mario Rese Journal Editor, International Journal of Revenue Management (IJRM) Editorial Board Member, Die Betriebswirtschaft (DBW) Catalina Stefanescu Editorial Board Member, Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management