Katja Rost
Katja Rost
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Pay for performance in the public sector—Benefits and (hidden) costs
A Weibel, K Rost, M Osterloh
Journal of public administration research and theory 20 (2), 387-412, 2010
The strength of strong ties in the creation of innovation
K Rost
Research policy 40 (4), 588-604, 2011
Inventive progress measured by multi-stage patent citation analysis
I Von Wartburg, T Teichert, K Rost
research Policy 34 (10), 1591-1607, 2005
Meta‐analysis of economics research reporting guidelines
TD Stanley, H Doucouliagos, M Giles, JH Heckemeyer, RJ Johnston, ...
Journal of economic surveys 27 (2), 390-394, 2013
How top management team diversity affects innovativeness and performance via the strategic choice to focus on innovation fields
K Talke, S Salomo, K Rost
Research Policy 39 (7), 907-918, 2010
Do rankings reflect research quality?
BS Frey, K Rost
Journal of Applied Economics 13 (1), 1-38, 2010
Management fashion pay-for-performance for CEOs
K Rost, M Osterloh
Schmalenbach Business Review 61 (2), 119-149, 2009
Opening the black box of upper echelons: Drivers of poor information processing during the financial crisis
K Rost, M Osterloh
Corporate Governance: An International Review 18 (3), 212-233, 2010
Digital social norm enforcement: Online firestorms in social media
K Rost, L Stahel, BS Frey
PLoS one 11 (6), e0155923, 2016
Why are some independent inventors ‘heroes’ and others ‘hobbyists’? The moderating role of technological diversity and specialization
C Lettl, K Rost, I Von Wartburg
Research Policy 38 (2), 243-254, 2009
Promotors or champions? Pros and cons of role specialisation for economic process
K Rost, K Hölzle, HG Gemünden
Schmalenbach Business Review 59 (4), 340-363, 2007
The corporate governance of Benedictine abbeys
K Rost, E Inauen, M Osterloh, BS Frey
Journal of Management History, 2010
Do synergies exist in related acquisitions? A meta-analysis of acquisition studies
F Homberg, K Rost, M Osterloh
Review of Managerial Science 3 (2), 75-116, 2009
Reporting biases in empirical management research: The example of win-win corporate social responsibility
K Rost, T Ehrmann
Business & Society 56 (6), 840-888, 2017
Gewollte und ungewollte Anreizwirkungen von variablen Löhnen: Disziplinierung der Agenten oder Crowding-out?
A Weibel, K Rost, M Osterloh
Schmalenbachs Zeitschrift für betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung 59 (8), 1029 …, 2007
Trust, involvement profile and customer retention-modelling, effects and implications
T Teichert, K Rost
International journal of technology management 26 (5-6), 621-639, 2003
Identification and monitoring of possible disruptive technologies by patent-development paths and topic modeling
A Momeni, K Rost
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 104, 16-29, 2016
Back to the future–A monastic perspective on corporate governance
E Inauen, K Rost, M Osterloh, BS Frey
management revue, 38-59, 2010
Monastic governance: Forgotten prospects for public institutions
E Inauen, K Rost, BS Frey, F Homberg, M Osterloh
The American Review of Public Administration 40 (6), 631-653, 2010
CEO pay from a social norm perspective: The infringement and reestablishment of fairness norms
K Rost, A Weibel
Corporate Governance: An International Review 21 (4), 351-372, 2013
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