Erfahren Sie auf dieser Seite mehr über die Journalbeiträge und internationalen Konferenzvorträge des Themengebietes „Management öffentlicher Aufgaben“. Die beteiligten Professuren publizierten unter anderem:



Eßig, M./ Deimling, C. von/Glas, A. H. (2021). Challenges in public procurement before, during, and after the COVID-19 crisis. Selected theses on a competency-based approach, in: European Journal of Public Procurement Markets, Vol. 3, S. 65–80.

Gisch, C./Hirsch, B./Lindermüller, D. (2021). Reporting practices in situations of conflicting institutional logics: the case of a German federal authority. Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change, Vol. 17 No. 4, S. 494–518.

Lindermüller, D./Sohn, M./Hirsch, B. (2021). Negative media reporting and its effects on performance information use in public spending. Public Management Review,

Müller, J. C./Kern, E.-M. (2021). Vorbild Einsatzorganisationen – Anregungen zum Wissenstransfer für die Praxis. PERSONALquarterly, Vol. 73, No. 3, S. 28–33.

Piechota, S./Glas, A. H./Eßig, M. (2021). Questioning the relevance of supplier satisfaction for preferred customer treatment. Antecedent effects of comparative alternatives and multi-dimensionality, in: Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Vol. 27, No. 1, S. 1006–72. DOI: 10.1016/j.pursup.2021.100672



Ellram, L. M./Harland, C. M./van Weele, A./Essig, M./Johnsen, T./Nassimbeni, G./Pagell, M./van Raaij, E./Rozemeijer, F./Tate, W. L./Wynstra, F. (2020). Purchasing and supply management's identity: Crisis? What crisis?, in Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Vol. 26, No. 1,

Englert, B./Thaler, J./Helmig, B. (2020). Fit themes in volunteering: How do volunteers perceive person-environment fit? in: Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Vol. 49, No. 2, S. 336–356, OPEN ACCESS:

Lindermüller, D./Sohn, M./Hirsch, B. (2020). Trading off financial and non-financial performance information to evaluate state-owned enterprise performance – a processtracing experiment. International Public Management Journal, (online first)

Müller, J. C./Kern, E.-M./Holling, J. M. (2020). Intraorganisational knowledge transfer in security-critical environments: A conceptional framework for high reliability organisations. European Journal for Security Research, Vol.6, No. 1, S. 1–20.

Nitzl, C./Hilgers, D./Hirsch, B./Lindermüller, D. (2020). The influence of the organizational structure, environment, and resource provision on the use of accrual accounting in municipalities, Schmalenbach Business Review, Vol. 72 No. 2, S. 271–298, OPEN ACCESS:

Parola, G.(2020): Escape from parents' basement? Post COVID-19 scenarios for the future of youth employment in Italy, Labour Economics Papers, Vol. 111, No. 1., S. 51–71.

Pinz, A./Friedrich-Schieback, M./Thaler, J. (2020). Does ownership influence the relationship between staff turnover and performance? An empirical investigation in non-profit and for-profit microfinance organisations, Accounting, Finance and Governance Review, Vol. 26, No. 1, S. 19–36,

Ritz, A./Schott, C./Nitzl. C./Alfes, K. (2020). Public service motivation and prosocial motivation: Two sides of the same coin?, Public Management Review, Vol. 22 No. 7, S. 974–98

Rosengart, T./Hirsch, B./Nitzl, C. (2020): Self-selection and socialisation effects of legal and business studies on decision trade-offs between efficiency and fairness, Journal of Business Economics, online first. OPEN ACCESS:



Abdallah, W./Johnson, C./Nitzl, C./Mohammed, M. (2019). Organisational learning and patient safety: Hospital pharmacy settings, Journal of Health Organization and Management, Vol. 33, No. 6, S. 695–713

Abdallah, W./Johnson, C./Nitzl, C./Mohammed, M. (2019). Arabic version of learning organization survey short-form: Hospital pharmacy settings, Hospital Pharmacy, online first. OPEN ACCESS:

Kern, E.-M./Müller, J. C. (2019). Wissen und Prozesse erfolgreich verknüpfen, Innovative Verwaltung, 6, 28-30

Nitzl, C./Sicilia, M./Steccolini, I. (2019). Exploring the links between different performance information uses, cultural orientation and organizational performance in the public sector, Public Management Review, 21(5), 686-710

Röser, T./Kern, E.-M. (2019). Management von Einsatzprozessen: Flexibilität durch Standardisierung, Zeitschrift für Führung und Organisation (zfo), 88(1), 47-53

Rosengart, T./Hirsch, B./Nitzl, C. (2019). The effects of legal versus business education on decision making in public administrations with a weberian tradition, Business Research, online first. OPEN ACCESS:

Spraul, K./Thaler, J. (2019). Partnering for good? An analysis of how to achieve sustainability-related outcomes in public–private partnerships, Business Research, OPEN ACCESS: 

Weber, J./Hirsch, B./Schäfer, F. (2019). Digitalisierung ante portas - es gibt noch viel zu tun, Innovative Verwaltung, Vol. 41 No. 5, S. 28–31

Winter, V./Thaler, J./Gross, H. (2019). Absentismus und Präsentismus im öffentlichen Sektor: Zusammenhang und Beweggründe der Beschäftigten, Zeitschrift für öffentliche und gemeinwirtschaftliche Unternehmen, 42(1-2), 138-154



Eßig, M./von Deimling, C./Schaupp, M. (2018). Lebenszykluskosten und Wirtschaftlichkeit: Erste empirische Befunde aus betriebswirtschaftlicher Perspektive, Zeitschrift für das gesamte Vergaberecht, 18(2a), 237-244

Glas, A. H./Eßig, M. (2018). Factors that influence the success of small and medium-sized suppliers in public procurement: Evidence from a centralized agency in Germany, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 23(1), 65-78

Glas, A./Gaus, J./Eßig, M. (2018). Effects of governance structures on sustainability-oriented supplier behaviour: Analysis of national action plans and their effects in public procurement, International Journal of Business Environment, 10(1), 75-94

Gross, H./Thaler, J./Winter, V. (2018). Integrating public service motivation in the job-demands-resources model: An empirical analysis to explain employees’ performance, absenteeism and presenteeism, International Public Management Journal, 22(1), 176-206

Hirsch, B./Nitzl, C./Reemts, S. (2018). The neglected mediating role of self-efficacy in the goal-setting process in local public administrations, Journal of Business Economics, 88(1), 41-63

Kern, E.-M./Müller, J. C. (2018), Polizei, Bundeswehr & Co. Wissenstransfer im Einsatz, Wissensmanagement, 6, 8-9

Pinz, A./Roudyani, N./Thaler, J. (2018). Public-private partnerships as instruments to achieve sustainability-related objectives: The state of the art and a research agenda, Public Management Review, 20(1), 1-22

Wallmeier, F./Thaler, J. (2018). Mayors’ leadership roles in direct participation processes – the case of community-owned wind farms, International Journal of Public Sector Management, 31(5), 617-637


Internationale Konferenzbeiträge


Hammer, M./Schmid, O./Deimling, C. von/Eßig, M. (2021). Innovation intermediaries in a public procurement context. Development of a conceptual research framework. International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) Online Conference 2021, Book of Abstracts: S. 39–40.

 Lindermüller, I./Lindermüller, D./Nitzl, C./Hirsch, B. (2021). Influences of formalization and role stress on German public-sector auditors’ perceived business partner role and economic error communication, 1st EAA 2021 Virtual Annual Congress.

Oehlschläger, D./Eßig, M./Glas, A. H. (2021). Proposition of a multilevel digital twin conceptualisation framework. A business perspective. International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) Online Conference 2021, Book of Abstracts: S. 52–53.

Praxmarer-Carus, S./Wieluch M.I. (2021). Temporal framing in risk communication and the moderating role of message receivers’ optimistic bias, NA - Advances in Consumer Research Conference, Association for Consumer Research, Seattle.

Schäfer, F.-S./Hirsch, B./Nitzl, C. (2021). Stakeholder pressure, top management support, and their effects on risk management practices in public administrations, 1st EAA 2021 Virtual Annual Congress.

Schönherr, L./Thaler, J. (2021). Psychological antecedents of managerial networking: On the role of personality traits and public service motivation, 81st Academy of Management Meeting (AoM), Virtuelle Veranstaltung.

Schönherr, L./Thaler, J. (2021): Managerial networking: A systematic literature review and research agenda, 25th Annual Conference of the International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM), Virtuelle Veranstaltung.

Schneider, A.-L./Bader, V./Kaiser, S. (2021). Welcome to the social lab: The role of the atmosphere in future-making practices, 41st Strategic Management Society Annual Conference (SMS), Toronto.

Schneider, A.-L./Bader, V. /Loscher, G. (2021). Navigating institutional complexity and collaboration through emotion work, 81st Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM), virtuelle Konferenz.

Schneider, A.-L./Bader, V./Kaiser, S. (2021). Balancing openness through emotional practices, 37th EGOS Colloquium, Amsterdam. 

Thaler, J./Pinz, A./Sievert, M. (2021): Legitimacy judgment formation – Experimental evidence from citizen participation settings, 37th EGOS Colloquium, Virtuelle Veranstaltung.



Deimling, C. von/Eßig, M. (2020). Re-exploring cooperative purchasing. A systematic review of previous literature reviews. IPSERA Conference Proceedings: Tate, W. L. (ed.), CP95.

Gathen, C./Praxmarer-Carus, S. (2020).Is effort required by a green behavior always negative? The moderating effect of male gender identification strength, Association for Consumer Research, Duluth, Conference Proceedings: Argo J./Lowrey, T.M./Jensen Schau, H. (eds.). NA Advances in Consumer Research, 48, 72-76.

Schneider, A.-L./Bader, V./Loscher, G. (2020). Let’s continue working together – Emotional feigning tactics to maintain cooperation in institutionally complex settings, 36th EGOS Colloquium, Hamburg.

Schönherr, L./Thaler, J. (2020). On the relationship between PSM and external networking: Exploring the moderating role of strategy and structure, Annual Conference of the European Group for Public Administration (EGPA), Virtuelle Veranstaltung.

Schönherr, L./Thaler, J. (2020). Personality traits as determinants of managerial networking, 24th International Research Society for Public Management Conference (IRSPM), Tampere, Finnland (Konferenz aufgrund von COVID-19 abgesagt).



Lindermüller, I./Hirsch, B./Nitzl, C. (2019). Error management in public-sector auditing and its influence on auditees’ performance, 10th Conference on Performance Measurement and Management Control, Nice.

Nitzl, C./Sicilia, M./Steccolini, I. (2019). How do personal traits affect the use of performance information? Contrasting “enthusiast” and “diligent” public managers, 10th Conference on Performance Measurement and Management Control, Nice.

Ritz, A./Schott, C./Nitzl, C. (2019). Public service motivation and prosocial motivation, 23rd International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Conference, Wellington.



Gathen, C./Praxmarer-Carus, S. (2018). Adding effort can make green products more attractive to males: The moderating effect of gender identity strength, 48th EMAC Annual Conference, Hamburg.

Laschewski, C./Thaler, J. (2018). Firm-level and ownership-related incentives for earnings manage-ment in German municipality-owned enterprises, 22nd International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Conference, Edinburgh.

Lindermüller, D./Hirsch, B./Sohn, M. (2018). Performance information use in evaluating state-owned enterprises – a process tracing experiment, 41st Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association (EAA), Milan.

Loscher, G./Ruhle, S./Kaiser, S. (2018). Cause and consequences of commitment-profiles of German soldiers, 16th Annual meeting of AKempor, Salzburg.

Praxmarer-Carus. S./Wolkenstörfer, S. (2018). Enhancing the effectiveness of narratives among vaccine-skeptical parents, Association for Consumer Research Conference, Dallas, Conference Proceedings: White, T.B./Gershoff, A./Kozinets, R. (eds.). NA Advances in Consumer Research, 46, 425-429.

Praxmarer-Carus. S./Wolkenstörfer, S. (2018). Vaccine promotion: Enhancing the effectiveness of narratives among vaccine-skeptical parents, 17th International Conference on Research in Advertising, Valencia.