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Prof. Dr. Kirsten Thommes

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Anschrift: Universität Paderborn
Fakultät Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre,
insbes. Organizational Behavior
Warburger Str. 100
33098 Paderborn 
Raum: Q3.301
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(+49) 52 51 / 60 20 80 (Durchwahl)

E-Mail: kirsten.thommes(at)uni-paderborn(dot)de

 

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Kirsten Thommes ist seit April 2018 Professorin für Organizational Behavior an der Universität Paderborn. Zuvor studierte sie BWL an der Phillips Universität Marburg, promovierte an der Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena und war als Post-Doc an der Radboud Universität Nijmegen und der RWTH Aachen beschäftigt.

 

Forschung

Teamarbeit & Teamwork

Im diesem Forschungsbereich verfolgen wir zum einen das Projekt PredicTeams, welches in Kooperation mit Unternehmen des Technologieclusters it's OWL stattfindet  und ein weiteres rein unversitäres Forschungsprojekt. 

PredicTeams hat das Ziel, ein praxisorientiertes Framework für ein prädiktives Kompetenzmanagement für agile Teams zu entwickeln, das Unternehmen in die Lage versetzt, den Übergang zu agiler Teamarbeit in digitalen Arbeitswelten zu bewältigen.

Bei dem rein universitären Forschungsprojekt zum Thema Teamwork geht es darum inwieweit Heterogenität von Teammitgliedern die Teamperformance beeinflusst und insbesondere auch, welche Arten von Heterogenität auf Teamleistung einen Einfluss haben.

Organizational Behavior & Organisationale Identität

In diesem Forschungsbereich verfolgen wir derzeit ein  Projekt, wobei wir  nach den spezifischen Bausteinen einer organisationalen Identität suchen. Das Projekt ist dabei sowohl qualitativ als auch quantitativ empirisch ausgerichtet und findet in Zusammenarbeit mit den Betrieben aus den Unternehmensclustern in Schwarzwald und in Glashütte statt. 

Mensch-Maschine Interaktion

In diesem Forschungsbereich werden zum derzeitigen Zeitpunkt die drei Projekte Orient, KIAM und EcoDrive verfolgt: 

Im Rahmen des Orient-Projektes erforschen wir im Rahmen eines großen Forschungskonsortiums die Einführung neuer Technologien und das Lernen neuer Fähigkeiten („Orientierung“) für eine effektive Nutzung der Technologien im Sinne einer Co-Kreation im Bereich der Pflege verbessert werden kann. Insbesondere soll dabei die Nutzung von Pflegerobotern betrachtet werden. Während die Zusammenarbeit mit Stakeholdern der Pflegebranche  innerhalb des Forschungsprojektes immer wieder stattfindet, arbeiten wir in diesem Projekt nicht mit festen Partnern aus der Praxis zusammen. 

Das Ziel des KIAM Projektes ist ein regionales Kompetenzzentrum „KI in der Arbeitswelt des industriellen Mittelstands“ (KIAM). Es soll als Anlaufstelle fungieren für Unternehmen und alle weiteren Akteure der industriellen Arbeitswelt dienen. Dieses Projekt findet im Rahmen des Technologieclusters it's OWL mit Partnern aus der Praxis statt. 

Im Rahmen des EcoDrive Projektes erforschen wir mit Feldexperimenten an Berufskraftfahrern, wie Unternehmer Telematik Systeme einsetzen müssen um möglichst effizient, effektiv und nachhaltig eine Verbesserung des Fahrverhaltens zu erzielen. Das Projektes findet in Zusammenarbeit mit festen Partnern aus der Praxis statt. 

Im Rahmen des for Diffusion of Quality AI Projektes​​​​​​​untersuchen wir  als multidisziplinäres und internationales Team unter der Leitung des Lehrstuhls von Prof. Grieß die Faktoren, die die Verbreitung, Akzeptanz und Qualität von KI bestimmen sowie deren Auswirkungen auf die Gesellschaft. Die Forshung unserers Lehrsthuhls fokussiert  sich dabei insbesondere auf den Breich der Human-Machine Interaktion.

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Publikationen


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2020

Hoffmann, C., & Thommes, K. (2020). Using loss aversion to incentivize energy efficiency in a principal agent context - Evidence from a field experiment. Economics Letters, 189(108984).

@article{Hoffmann_Thommes_2020, title={Using loss aversion to incentivize energy efficiency in a principal agent context - Evidence from a field experiment}, volume={189}, number={108984}, journal={Economics Letters}, author={Hoffmann, Christin and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2020} }


    Pekkarinen, S., Hennala, L., Tuisku, O., Gustafsson, C., Johansson-Pajala, R.-M., Thommes, K., … Melkas, H. (2020). Embedding care robots into society and practice: Socio-technical considerations. Futures, 122.

    @article{Pekkarinen_Hennala_Tuisku_Gustafsson_Johansson-Pajala_Thommes_Hoppe_Melkas_2020, title={Embedding care robots into society and practice: Socio-technical considerations}, volume={122}, journal={Futures}, author={Pekkarinen, Satu and Hennala, Lea and Tuisku, Outi and Gustafsson, Christine and Johansson-Pajala, Rose-Marie and Thommes, Kirsten and Hoppe, Julia Amelie and Melkas, Helina}, year={2020} }


      Hoffmann, C., & Thommes, K. (2020). Combining Egalitarian and Proportional Sharing rules in Team Tournaments to Incentivize Energy-Efficient Behavior in a Principal-Agent Context. Organization and Environment.

      @article{Hoffmann_Thommes_2020, title={Combining Egalitarian and Proportional Sharing rules in Team Tournaments to Incentivize Energy-Efficient Behavior in a Principal-Agent Context}, journal={Organization and Environment}, author={Hoffmann, Christin  and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2020} }


        Hoffmann, C., & Thommes, K. (2020). Can digital feedback increase employee performance and energy efficiency in firms? Evidence from a field experiment. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 49–65. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jebo.2020.09.034

        @article{Hoffmann_Thommes_2020, title={Can digital feedback increase employee performance and energy efficiency in firms? Evidence from a field experiment}, DOI={10.1016/j.jebo.2020.09.034}, journal={Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization}, author={Hoffmann, Christin and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2020}, pages={49–65} }


          Pekkarinen, S., Hennala, L., Tuisku, O., Gustafsson, C., Johansson-Pajala, R.-M., Thommes, K., … Melkas, H. (2020). Care robots in society: Knowledge and orientation needs. Gerontechnology. https://doi.org/10.4017/gt.2020.19.s.69664

          @article{Pekkarinen_Hennala_Tuisku_Gustafsson_Johansson-Pajala_Thommes_Hoppe_Melkas_2020, title={Care robots in society: Knowledge and orientation needs}, DOI={10.4017/gt.2020.19.s.69664}, journal={Gerontechnology}, author={Pekkarinen, Satu and Hennala, Lea and Tuisku, Outi and Gustafsson, Christine and Johansson-Pajala, Rose-Marie and Thommes, Kirsten and Hoppe, Julia Amelie and Melkas, Helinä}, year={2020} }


            Goldbach, C., Hoffmann, C., Hoppe, J. A., Pitz, T., & Thommes, K. (2020). The fast and the furious—An experimental investigation of the pace of life and risky speed choice in traffic. PloS ONE, 15(7).

            @article{Goldbach_Hoffmann_Hoppe_Pitz_Thommes_2020, title={The fast and the furious—An experimental investigation of the pace of life and risky speed choice in traffic}, volume={15}, number={7}, journal={PloS ONE}, author={Goldbach, Carina and Hoffmann, Christin and Hoppe, Julia Amelie and Pitz, Thomas and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2020} }


              Grund, C., Harbring, C., Thommes, K., & Tilkes, K. R. (2020). Decisions on Extending Group Membership—Evidence from a Public Good Experiment. Games. https://doi.org/10.3390/g11040061

              <jats:p>We experimentally compare the consequences for group cooperation of two decision mechanisms involving the extension of group membership. We analyze an exogenous decision (random draw) and an endogenous decision (made by a particular group member) mechanism to extend a temporary agent’s group membership. Our results reveal that the prospect of group membership extension affects not only the temporary but also the permanent group members’ contributions with an endogenous mechanism.</jats:p>

              @article{Grund_Harbring_Thommes_Tilkes_2020, title={Decisions on Extending Group Membership—Evidence from a Public Good Experiment}, DOI={10.3390/g11040061}, number={61}, journal={Games}, author={Grund, Christian and Harbring, Christine and Thommes, Kirsten and Tilkes, Katja Rebecca}, year={2020} }


                Johansson-Pajala, R.-M., Thommes, K., Hoppe, J. A., Tuisku, O., Hennala, L., Pekkarinen, S., … Gustafsson, C. (2020). The need for care robot orientation in elder care services. Gerontechnology. https://doi.org/10.4017/gt.2020.19.s.69574

                @article{Johansson-Pajala_Thommes_Hoppe_Tuisku_Hennala_Pekkarinen_Melkas_Gustafsson_2020, title={The need for care robot orientation in elder care services}, DOI={10.4017/gt.2020.19.s.69574}, journal={Gerontechnology}, author={Johansson-Pajala, Rose-Marie and Thommes, Kirsten and Hoppe, Julia Amelie and Tuisku, Outi and Hennala, Lea and Pekkarinen, Satu and Melkas, Helinä and Gustafsson, Christine}, year={2020} }


                  Johansson-Pajala, R.-M., Thommes, K., Hoppe, J. A., Tuisku, O., Hennala, L., Pekkarinen, S., … Gustafsson, C. (2020). Care Robot Orientation: What, Who and How? Potential Users` Perceptions. International Journal of Social Robotics, 1–15. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12369-020-00619-y

                  @article{Johansson-Pajala_Thommes_Hoppe_Tuisku_Hennala_Pekkarinen_Melkas_Gustafsson_2020, title={Care Robot Orientation: What, Who and How? Potential Users` Perceptions}, DOI={10.1007/s12369-020-00619-y}, journal={International Journal of Social Robotics}, author={Johansson-Pajala, Rose-Marie and Thommes, Kirsten and Hoppe, Julia Amelie and Tuisku, Outi and Hennala, Lea and Pekkarinen, Satu and Melkas, Helina and Gustafsson, Christine}, year={2020}, pages={1–15} }


                    Rohlfing, K. J., Cimiano, P., Scharlau, I., Matzner, T., Buhl, H. M., Buschmeier, H., … Wrede, B. (2020). Explanation as a social practice: Toward a conceptual framework for the social design of AI systems. IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems, 1–1. https://doi.org/10.1109/tcds.2020.3044366

                    @article{Rohlfing_Cimiano_Scharlau_Matzner_Buhl_Buschmeier_Esposito_Grimminger_Hammer_Häb-Umbach_et al._2020, title={Explanation as a social practice: Toward a conceptual framework for the social design of AI systems}, DOI={10.1109/tcds.2020.3044366}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems}, author={Rohlfing, Katharina J. and Cimiano, Philipp and Scharlau, Ingrid and Matzner, Tobias and Buhl, Heike M. and Buschmeier, Hendrik and Esposito, Elena and Grimminger, Angela and Hammer, Barbara and Häb-Umbach, Reinhold and et al.}, year={2020}, pages={1–1} }


                      Thommes, K., Johansson-pajala, R.-M., Gustaffson, C., Pekkarinen, S., Tuisku, O., Hennala, L., … Hoppe, J. A. (2020). Trust development in care robots by opinion leader in the society. Gerontechnology. https://doi.org/10.4017/gt.2020.19.s.70024.4

                      @article{Thommes_Johansson-pajala_Gustaffson_Pekkarinen_Tuisku_Hennala_Melkas_Hoppe_2020, title={Trust development in care robots by opinion leader in the society}, DOI={10.4017/gt.2020.19.s.70024.4}, journal={Gerontechnology}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Johansson-pajala, Rose-Marie and Gustaffson, Christine and Pekkarinen, Satu and Tuisku, Outi and Hennala, Lea and Melkas, Helinä and Hoppe, Julia Amelie}, year={2020} }


                        Knorr, K., Auer, T. F., & Thommes, K. (2020). Is Corruption Imprinted? A Study on Preconditions of Corruption in Post-Communist Countries. In G. Atinc (Ed.), Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2020). https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2020.16489.abstract

                        @inproceedings{Knorr_Auer_Thommes_2020, title={Is Corruption Imprinted? A Study on Preconditions of Corruption in Post-Communist Countries}, volume={2020}, DOI={10.5465/AMBPP.2020.16489.abstract}, number={1}, booktitle={Academy of Management Proceedings}, author={Knorr, Karin and Auer, Thorsten Fabian and Thommes, Kirsten}, editor={Atinc, GucluEditor}, year={2020} }


                          Hoppe, J. A., Johansson-Pajala, R.-M., Gustafsson, C., Melkas, H., Tusku, O., Pekkarinen, S., … Thommes, K. (2020). Assistive robots in care: Expectations and perceptions of older people. In J. Haltaufderheide, J. Hovemann, & J. Vollmann (Eds.), Aging between Participation and Simulation - Ethical Dimensions of Socially Assistive Technologies in elderly care (pp. 139–156). Berlin / Boston: De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110677485-009

                          @inbook{Hoppe_Johansson-Pajala_Gustafsson_Melkas_Tusku_Pekkarinen_Hennala_Thommes_2020, place={Berlin / Boston}, title={Assistive robots in care: Expectations and perceptions of older people}, DOI={10.1515/9783110677485-009}, booktitle={Aging between Participation and Simulation - Ethical Dimensions of Socially Assistive Technologies in elderly care }, publisher={De Gruyter}, author={Hoppe, Julia Amelie and Johansson-Pajala, Rose-Marie and Gustafsson, Christine and Melkas, Helinä and Tusku, Outi and Pekkarinen, Satu and Hennala, Lea and Thommes, Kirsten}, editor={Haltaufderheide, Joschka and Hovemann, Johanna and Vollmann, JochenEditors}, year={2020}, pages={139–156} }


                          2019

                          Thommes, K., & Klabuhn, J. (2019). Age and tenure diversity on the work floor: Evidence from a natural field experiment in production. Evidence-Based HRM. https://doi.org/10.1108/EBHRM-04-2019-0033

                          @article{Thommes_Klabuhn_2019, title={Age and tenure diversity on the work floor: Evidence from a natural field experiment in production}, DOI={10.1108/EBHRM-04-2019-0033}, journal={Evidence-based HRM}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Klabuhn, Janny}, year={2019} }


                            Johansson Pajala, R.-M., Thommes, K., Hoppe, J. A., Tuisku, O., Hennala, L., Pekkarinen, S., … Gustafsson, C. (2019). Improved Knowledge Changes the Mindset: Older Adults’ Perceptions of Care Robots. In J. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), HCII 2019 (Vol. 11592, pp. 212–227). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-22012-9_16

                            This paper explores Finnish, German and Swedish older adults’ perceptions of a future welfare service with increased use of welfare technologies, specifically care robots. The issues are the rapid digitalization and development of health and welfare technology, which presently is mainly technology driven (not need or user driven), and the demographic challenge. The aim of the study was to explore older adults’ perception of the future use of welfare technology or care robots. A qualitative approach with focus group discussions was employed, followed by thematic analysis. The results are presented in four overall themes: the impact on daily life for older adults and professional caregivers, codes of practice and terms of use, dissemination of information and knowledge, and conditions for successful implementation. There were significant differences in the informants’ attitudes toward and knowledge about care robots. However, the informants’ attitudes appeared to change during the focus groups and in general, became more positive. Authentic needs, which care robots could support, refer to independence, safety and security, and the ability to manage or ease daily life or working life. The results suggest that older adults, after receiving relevant information, were open to the idea of being supported by care robots in their daily lives.

                            @inproceedings{Johansson Pajala_Thommes_Hoppe_Tuisku_Hennala_Pekkarinen_ Melkas_Gustafsson_2019, place={Cham}, series={Lecture Notes in Computer Science}, title={Improved Knowledge Changes the Mindset: Older Adults’ Perceptions of Care Robots}, volume={11592}, DOI={10.1007/978-3-030-22012-9_16}, booktitle={HCII 2019}, publisher={Springer}, author={Johansson Pajala, Rose-Marie and Thommes, Kirsten and Hoppe, Julia Amelie and Tuisku, Outi and Hennala, Lea and Pekkarinen, Satu and Melkas, Helinä and Gustafsson, Christine }, editor={Zhou, Jia and Salvendy, GavrielEditors}, year={2019}, pages={212–227}, collection={Lecture Notes in Computer Science} }


                              2018

                              Thommes, K., & Akkerman, A. (2018). Clean up your network: how a strike changed the social networks of a working team. Team Performance Management: An International Journal, (1/2), 43--63.

                              @article{Thommes_Akkerman_2018, title={Clean up your network: how a strike changed the social networks of a working team}, number={1/2}, journal={Team Performance Management: An International Journal}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Akkerman, Agnes}, year={2018}, pages={43--63} }


                                Grund, C., Harbring, C., & Thommes, K. (2018). Group (Re-) formation in public good games: The tale of the bad apple? Journal of Economic Behavior \& Organization, 306--319.

                                @article{Grund_Harbring_Thommes_2018, title={Group (Re-) formation in public good games: The tale of the bad apple?}, journal={Journal of Economic Behavior \& Organization}, author={Grund, Christian and Harbring, Christine and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2018}, pages={306--319} }


                                  Oertel, S., & Thommes, K. (2018). History as a source of organizational identity creation. Organization Studies, 39(12), 1709–1731. https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840618800112

                                  We analysed the self-representation of twelve watchmaking firms located in a cluster in East Germany to understand how they apply rhetorical history to craft their identity. The findings show that there are common elements of rhetorical history that help organizations craft their identity, but there are also differences based on each firm’s historical background. While some firms specifically relate their identity to their own history, others mainly employ cluster-level history, while still others may even self-construct fictional historical roots. By discussing these findings, we contribute to a better understanding of how an organization’s identity is crafted and how history is utilized in such identity creation.

                                  @article{Oertel_Thommes_2018, title={History as a source of organizational identity creation}, volume={39}, DOI={10.1177/0170840618800112}, number={12}, journal={Organization Studies}, author={Oertel, Simon and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2018}, pages={1709–1731} }


                                    2017

                                    Grund, C., & Thommes, K. (2017). The Role of Contract Types for Employees’ Public Service Motivation. Schmalenbach Business Review, (4), 377--398.

                                    @article{Grund_Thommes_2017, title={The Role of Contract Types for Employees’ Public Service Motivation}, number={4}, journal={Schmalenbach Business Review}, author={Grund, Christian and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2017}, pages={377--398} }


                                      Klabuhn, J., & Thommes, K. (2017). Age diversity and its effects on team performance. In Academy of Management Proceedings (p. 15119).

                                      @inproceedings{Klabuhn_Thommes_2017, title={Age diversity and its effects on team performance}, number={1}, booktitle={Academy of Management Proceedings}, author={Klabuhn, Janny and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2017}, pages={15119} }


                                        Thommes, K. (2017). Managementpraktiken in KMU. In D. Müller (Ed.), Controlling für kleine und mittlere Unternehmen (2nd ed., pp. 367–392). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110517163-015

                                        @inbook{Thommes_2017, place={Berlin, Boston}, edition={2}, title={Managementpraktiken in KMU}, DOI={10.1515/9783110517163-015}, booktitle={Controlling für kleine und mittlere Unternehmen}, publisher={De Gruyter}, author={Thommes, Kirsten}, editor={Müller, DavidEditor}, year={2017}, pages={367–392} }


                                          2016

                                          Oertel, S., Thommes, K., & Walgenbach, P. (2016). Shadows of the past: The effect of communist heritage on employee consultation. ILR Review, 69(3), 683–713.

                                          @article{Oertel_Thommes_Walgenbach_2016, title={Shadows of the past: The effect of communist heritage on employee consultation}, volume={69}, number={3}, journal={ILR Review}, publisher={SAGE Publications Sage CA: Los Angeles, CA}, author={Oertel, Simon and Thommes, Kirsten and Walgenbach, Peter}, year={2016}, pages={683–713} }


                                            Thommes, K., Oertel, S., & Walgenbach, P. (2016). Organizational Failure in the Aftermath of Institutional Upheaval. Organization Studies, 37(8), 1067–1087.

                                            @article{Thommes_Oertel_Walgenbach_2016, title={Organizational Failure in the Aftermath of Institutional Upheaval}, volume={37}, number={8}, journal={Organization Studies}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Oertel, Simon and Walgenbach, Peter}, year={2016}, pages={1067–1087} }


                                              Born, M., Akkerman, A., & Thommes, K. (2016). Peer influence on protest participation: Communication and trust between co-workers as inhibitors or facilitators of mobilization. Social Science Research, 58--72.

                                              @article{Born_Akkerman_Thommes_2016, title={Peer influence on protest participation: Communication and trust between co-workers as inhibitors or facilitators of mobilization}, journal={Social science research}, author={Born, Marieke and Akkerman, Agnes and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2016}, pages={58--72} }


                                                Thommes, K., & Oertel, S. (2016). Elements of Organizational Identity and the Role of a Firm’s History. In Academy of Management Proceedings (p. 13754).

                                                @inproceedings{Thommes_Oertel_2016, title={Elements of Organizational Identity and the Role of a Firm’s History}, number={1}, booktitle={Academy of Management Proceedings}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Oertel, Simon}, year={2016}, pages={13754} }


                                                  Thommes, K. (2016). Entrepreneurial activity-The impact of childhood. In Academy of Management Proceedings (p. 13740).

                                                  @inproceedings{Thommes_2016, title={Entrepreneurial activity-The impact of childhood}, number={1}, booktitle={Academy of Management Proceedings}, author={Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2016}, pages={13740} }


                                                    2015

                                                    Grund, C., & Thommes, K. (2015). Disentangling the Role of Contract Types and Sector Disparities for Public Service Motivation.

                                                    The intention of "doing good for society" is regarded to be a crucial motivator for employees in the public sector in order for them to perform well. Recent research in the public sector literature calls for a deeper understanding of how this specific public service motivation (PSM) is shaped. In our paper, we analyze how different degrees of inclusion in the public sector impact PSM. We also investigate how prospects of employment relations (fixed-term versus permanent contracts), temporal differences (part-time versus full-time employment), and actual jobs (core versus subsidiary jobs) moderate PSM in public service. Our findings show that aspects of PSM are affected by these employment characteristics in various ways, suggesting that the factors influencing PSM are multifaceted and that actual employment conditions have to be taken into consideration when assessing PSM.

                                                    @book{Grund_Thommes_2015, title={Disentangling the Role of Contract Types and Sector Disparities for Public Service Motivation}, author={Grund, Christian and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2015} }


                                                      Grund, C., Harbring, C., & Thommes, K. (2015). Cooperation in Diverse Teams: The Role of Temporary Group Membership.

                                                      In organizations, some team members are assigned to a team for a predefined short period of time, e.g., as they have a temporary contract, while others are permanent members of the same team. In a laboratory experiment we analyze the cooperation levels resulting from diverse teams, where some team members remain with a team and others are switching teams. Our results reveal that teams consisting partly of members with temporary membership display a lower productivity compared to teams of permanent team members only. First, temporary team members cooperate less than permanent team members. Second, individual effort decisions increase with the number of team mates who are of the same type. This second effect holds for both temps and permanents. We argue that social identity is affected by team composition and the individuals' role in a team.

                                                      @book{Grund_Harbring_Thommes_2015, title={Cooperation in Diverse Teams: The Role of Temporary Group Membership}, author={Grund, Christian and Harbring, Christine and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2015} }


                                                        Grund, C., Harbring, C., & Thommes, K. (2015). Public good provision in blended groups of partners and strangers. Economics Letters, 41--44.

                                                        @article{Grund_Harbring_Thommes_2015, title={Public good provision in blended groups of partners and strangers}, journal={Economics Letters}, author={Grund, Christian and Harbring, Christine and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2015}, pages={41--44} }


                                                          Thommes, K., Vyrastekova, J., & Akkerman, A. (2015). Behavioral spillovers from freeriding in multilevel interactions. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 78--87.

                                                          @article{Thommes_Vyrastekova_Akkerman_2015, title={Behavioral spillovers from freeriding in multilevel interactions}, journal={Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Vyrastekova, Jana and Akkerman, Agnes}, year={2015}, pages={78--87} }


                                                            Thommes, K., & Oertel, S. (2015). History as a Source of Competitive Advantages. Scandinavian Management Journal, 31, 549–560.

                                                            @article{Thommes_Oertel_2015, title={History as a Source of Competitive Advantages}, volume={31}, journal={Scandinavian Management Journal}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Oertel, Simon}, year={2015}, pages={549–560} }


                                                              2014

                                                              Thommes, K., Faure, M., & Heine, K. (2014). The internal market and the consumer: what consumers actually choose. Colum. J. Eur. L., 47.

                                                              @article{Thommes_Faure_Heine_2014, title={The internal market and the consumer: what consumers actually choose}, journal={Colum. J. Eur. L.}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Faure, Michael and Heine, Klaus}, year={2014}, pages={47} }


                                                                Thommes, K., Akkerman, A., Torenvlied, R., & Born, M. (2014). The dark side of solidarity: social norms and social relations in the aftermath of strikes. Industrial Relations Journal, (4), 348--367.

                                                                @article{Thommes_Akkerman_Torenvlied_Born_2014, title={The dark side of solidarity: social norms and social relations in the aftermath of strikes}, number={4}, journal={Industrial relations journal}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Akkerman, Agnes and Torenvlied, Ren{\’e} and Born, Marieke}, year={2014}, pages={348--367} }


                                                                  Akkerman, A., Torenvlied, R., Lehr, A., & Thommes, K. (2014). Contagious conflict: spill-over effects of labor conflict between and within organizations. In Social conflict within and between groups. Psychology Press.

                                                                  @inbook{Akkerman_Torenvlied_Lehr_Thommes_2014, title={Contagious conflict: spill-over effects of labor conflict between and within organizations}, booktitle={Social conflict within and between groups}, publisher={Psychology Press}, author={Akkerman, Agnes and Torenvlied, Ren{\’e} and Lehr, Alex and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2014} }


                                                                    Thommes, K., Walgenbach, P., & Oertel, S. (2014). Die Rechte von Arbeitnehmervertretern in Ost- und Westeuropa - Einheitseuropa oder Zweiklassengesellschaft? (pp. 216–245). Rainer Hampp-Verlag.

                                                                    @book{Thommes_Walgenbach_Oertel_2014, title={Die Rechte von Arbeitnehmervertretern in Ost- und Westeuropa - Einheitseuropa oder Zweiklassengesellschaft?}, publisher={Rainer Hampp-Verlag}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Walgenbach, Peter and Oertel, Simon}, year={2014}, pages={216–245} }


                                                                      2013

                                                                      Oertel, S., Thommes, K., & Walgenbach, P. (2013). Born in the GDR: Imprinting, Structural Inertia and the Survival Chances of Organizations. In G. Atinc (Ed.), Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2013.11642abstract

                                                                      @inproceedings{Oertel_Thommes_Walgenbach_2013, title={Born in the GDR: Imprinting, Structural Inertia and the Survival Chances of Organizations}, DOI={10.5465/ambpp.2013.11642abstract}, booktitle={Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings}, author={Oertel, Simon and Thommes, Kirsten and Walgenbach, Peter}, editor={Atinc, GucluEditor}, year={2013} }


                                                                        Thommes, K., Akkerman, A., & Vyrastekova, J. (2013). The after effects of strikes on team collaboration-experimental evidence. In Academy of Management Proceedings (p. 12251).

                                                                        @inproceedings{Thommes_Akkerman_Vyrastekova_2013, title={The after effects of strikes on team collaboration-experimental evidence}, number={1}, booktitle={Academy of Management Proceedings}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Akkerman, Agnes and Vyrastekova, Jana}, year={2013}, pages={12251} }


                                                                          2011

                                                                          Alewell, D., Hauff, S., Weiland, K., & Thommes, K. (2011). HRM and the use of personnel services: an empirical analysis of German firms. International Journal of Manpower, (4), 394--409.

                                                                          @article{Alewell_Hauff_Weiland_Thommes_2011, title={HRM and the use of personnel services: an empirical analysis of German firms}, number={4}, journal={International journal of manpower}, author={Alewell, Dorothea and Hauff, Sven and Weiland, Katrin and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2011}, pages={394--409} }


                                                                            Braun, I., Pull, K., Alewell, D., Störmer, S., & Thommes, K. (2011). HR outsourcing and service quality: theoretical framework and empirical evidence. Personnel Review, 40(3), 364--382.

                                                                            @article{Braun_Pull_Alewell_Störmer_Thommes_2011, title={HR outsourcing and service quality: theoretical framework and empirical evidence}, volume={40}, number={3}, journal={Personnel Review}, author={Braun, Irene and Pull, Kerstin and Alewell, Dorothea and Störmer, Susi and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2011}, pages={364--382} }


                                                                              2010

                                                                              Thommes, K., & Weiland, K. (2010). Explanatory factors for firms’ use of temporary agency work in Germany. European Management Journal, (1), 55--67.

                                                                              @article{Thommes_Weiland_2010, title={Explanatory factors for firms’ use of temporary agency work in Germany}, number={1}, journal={European Management Journal}, author={Thommes, Kirsten and Weiland, Katrin}, year={2010}, pages={55--67} }


                                                                                2009

                                                                                Alewell, D., Hauff, S., Thommes, K., & Weiland, K. (2009). Triggers of HR outsourcing decisions--an empirical analysis of German firms. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, (7), 1599--1617.

                                                                                @article{Alewell_Hauff_Thommes_Weiland_2009, title={Triggers of HR outsourcing decisions--an empirical analysis of German firms}, number={7}, journal={The International Journal of Human Resource Management}, author={Alewell, Dorothea and Hauff, Sven and Thommes, Kirsten and Weiland, Katrin}, year={2009}, pages={1599--1617} }


                                                                                  2008

                                                                                  Alewell, D., Bähring, K., Canis, A., Hauff, S., & Thommes, K. (2008). Wer nutzt HR-Outsourcing? Zentrale Strukturvariablen und ihr Einfluss auf die Nachfrage nach Personaldienstleistungen. German Journal of Human Resource Management, (4), 346--369.

                                                                                  @article{Alewell_Bähring_Canis_Hauff_Thommes_2008, title={Wer nutzt HR-Outsourcing? Zentrale Strukturvariablen und ihr Einfluss auf die Nachfrage nach Personaldienstleistungen}, number={4}, journal={German Journal of Human Resource Management}, author={Alewell, Dorothea and Bähring, Katrin and Canis, Anne and Hauff, Sven and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2008}, pages={346--369} }


                                                                                    Bähring, K., Hauff, S., Sossdorf, M., & Thommes, K. (2008). Methodologische Grundlagen und Besonderheiten der qualitativen Befragung von Experten in Unternehmen: Ein Leitfaden. Die Unternehmung Schweizerische Zeitschrift Für Betriebswirtschaft, (1), 89–111.

                                                                                    @article{Bähring_Hauff_Sossdorf_Thommes_2008, title={Methodologische Grundlagen und Besonderheiten der qualitativen Befragung von Experten in Unternehmen: Ein Leitfaden}, number={1}, journal={Die Unternehmung schweizerische Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft}, author={Bähring, Katrin and Hauff, Sven and Sossdorf, Maik and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2008}, pages={89–111} }


                                                                                      2007

                                                                                      Alewell, D., Bähring, K., Canis, A., Hauff, S., & Thommes, K. (2007). Outsourcing von Personalfunktionen. Motive und Erfahrungen im Spiegel von Experteninterviews, 14(1), 85.

                                                                                      @article{Alewell_Bähring_Canis_Hauff_Thommes_2007, title={Outsourcing von Personalfunktionen}, volume={14}, number={1}, journal={Motive und Erfahrungen im Spiegel von Experteninterviews}, author={Alewell, Dorothea and Bähring, Katrin and Canis, Anne and Hauff, Sven and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2007}, pages={85} }


                                                                                        Alewell, D., Bähring, K., Canis, A., Hauff, S., & Thommes, K. (2007). Outsourcing HR functions. Development of an explanatory approach to firms’(non-existent) demand for personnel services. Management Revue, 18(3), 271--292.

                                                                                        @article{Alewell_Bähring_Canis_Hauff_Thommes_2007, title={Outsourcing HR functions. Development of an explanatory approach to firms’(non-existent) demand for personnel services}, volume={18}, number={3}, journal={Management Revue}, author={Alewell, Dorothea and Bähring, Katrin and Canis, Anne and Hauff, Sven and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2007}, pages={271--292} }


                                                                                          Schmidt, S., & Thommes, K. (2007). Incentives to invest in the human capital of temporary agency workers. German Journal of Human Resource Management, (3), 232--251.

                                                                                          @article{Schmidt_Thommes_2007, title={Incentives to invest in the human capital of temporary agency workers}, number={3}, journal={German Journal of Human Resource Management}, author={Schmidt, Stephanie and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2007}, pages={232--251} }


                                                                                            Bähring, K., & Thommes, K. (2007). Kooperation und Konkurrenz in Personaldienstleistungsbeziehungen. In G. Schreyögg & J. Sydow (Eds.), Kooperation und Konkurrenz (pp. 41--74). Wiesbaden: Gabler. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-8349-9331-1_2

                                                                                            @inbook{Bähring_Thommes_2007, place={Wiesbaden}, title={Kooperation und Konkurrenz in Personaldienstleistungsbeziehungen}, DOI={10.1007/978-3-8349-9331-1_2}, booktitle={Kooperation und Konkurrenz}, publisher={Gabler}, author={Bähring, Katrin and Thommes, Kirsten}, editor={Schreyögg, Georg and Sydow, JörgEditors}, year={2007}, pages={41--74} }


                                                                                              2005

                                                                                              Alewell, D., Bähring, K., & Thommes, K. (2005). Institutional structures of the flexible assignment of personnel between enterprises. An economic comparison of temporary agency work, interim management and consulting. Management Revue, 16(4), 475--493.

                                                                                              @article{Alewell_Bähring_Thommes_2005, title={Institutional structures of the flexible assignment of personnel between enterprises. An economic comparison of temporary agency work, interim management and consulting}, volume={16}, number={4}, journal={Management Revue}, publisher={Rainer Hampp}, author={Alewell, Dorothea and Bähring, Katrin and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2005}, pages={475--493} }


                                                                                                Alewell, D., Bähring, K., & Thommes, K. (2005). Die Wirkungen des Outsourcings von Personalfunktionen - ein Überblick über Aussagen verschiedener theoretischer Ansätze. Jena: Sonderforschungsbereich.

                                                                                                @article{Alewell_Bähring_Thommes_2005, title={Die Wirkungen des Outsourcings von Personalfunktionen - ein Überblick über Aussagen verschiedener theoretischer Ansätze}, journal={Jena: Sonderforschungsbereich}, author={Alewell, Dorothea and Bähring, Katrin and Thommes, Kirsten}, year={2005} }


                                                                                                  Alewell, D., Bähring, K., Canis, A., & Thommes, K. (2005). Determinanten der Nachfrage nach Personaldienstleistungen durch Unternehmen - Überlegungen zur “strukturellen Stimmigkeit” der Personalarbeit. In T. Spengler & H. Lindstädt (Eds.), Strukturelle Stimmigkeit in der Betriebswirtschaftslehre (pp. 169--192). Rainer Hampp.

                                                                                                  @inbook{Alewell_Bähring_Canis_Thommes_2005, title={Determinanten der Nachfrage nach Personaldienstleistungen durch Unternehmen - Überlegungen zur “strukturellen Stimmigkeit” der Personalarbeit}, booktitle={Strukturelle Stimmigkeit in der Betriebswirtschaftslehre}, publisher={Rainer Hampp}, author={Alewell, Dorothea and Bähring, Katrin and Canis, Anne and Thommes, Kirsten}, editor={Spengler, Thomas and Lindstädt, HagenEditors}, year={2005}, pages={169--192} }


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