Chair of Organization and Corporate Development

Dr. Clarissa E. Weber


Research interest:

  • Inter-organizational Relationships
  • Internationalization and Multinational Companies
  • Neo-institutionalism
  • Renewable Energy Industry


CV:

  • Since 10/2017: Assistant Professor (Akademische Rätin) at the Chair of Organization and Corporate Development, Georg-August-University Goettingen
  • 2012-2017: Research & Teaching Assistant and Doctoral Student at the Chair of Organization and Corporate Development (Prof. Dr. Indre Maurer), Georg-August-University Goettingen
  • since 11/2003: Research Fellow, University of Mannheim
  • 09/2015-12/2015: Visiting Researcher, Stanford University, USA
  • 2006-2012: Student of Business Administration, University of Cologne; Majors: Corporate Development & Organization, Corporate Finance and Economics (Degree: Diplom-Kauffrau, German equivalent to Master of Science in Business Administration)
  • 2010-2011: Semester Abroad, University of Manchester & Manchester Business School, UK
  • 2012: Summer School in Econometrics, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
  • Other experience: Student research assistant at the Seminar for Corporate Development and Organization at the University of Cologne, tutor for mathematics, student assistant / intern in an auditing company, in the cultural sector as well as in a consultancy project for an international chemical company


Current teaching:

  • Lecture: Strategic Management and Organization (Summer Term 2017)
  • Seminar (Master): Social Network Analyses (Winter Term 2017/18)
  • Seminar: Inter-Organizational Relationships (Summer Term 2017)


Past teaching:

    Bachelor
  • Seminar: Knowledge Management (Winter Term 2016/17)
  • Seminar: Inter-Organizational Relationships (Winter Term 2013/14)
  • Tutorial: Organizational Design and Change (Winter Term 2015/16 and 2012/13)
  • Tutorial: Strategic Management and Organization (Summer Term 2014 and 2012)

  • Master
  • Seminar: Coordination und Knowledge Transfer in Inter-Organizational Relationships (Summer Term 2016)
  • Seminar: Business Models in the Sharing Economy (Summer Term 2015)
  • Seminar: Knowledge Transfer in Multinational Corporations (Winter Term 2013/14)
  • Business Project Seminar: Employer Branding in SMEs (Winter Term 2014/15)


Publications

  • Weber, Clarissa E.; Chahabadi, Dominik; Maurer, Indre (2017). Managerial misperception of differences between home and host countries – Antecedents and effect. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
    Online ISSN: 2151-6561.
  • Weber, Clarissa E.: Knowledge, trust, and misperception across institutional environments – Evidence from the German renewable-energy industry. Dissertation. Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 2017.

    • Conferences / Talks / Invited Workshops:

      • 2017: Partner selection and trust in inter-organizational relationships. Paper presented at the OMT division of the 2017 Academy of Management Meeting in Atlanta, USA. The paper was selected as a finalist paper for the 2017 OMT Best Student Paper Award.
      • 2017: Managerial misperception of differences between home and host countries - Antecedents and effect. Paper presented at the IM division of the 2017 Academy of Management Meeting in Atlanta, USA (co-authored with D. Chahabadi and I. Maurer). The paper is included in the Academy of Management Meeting Best Paper Proceedings 2017.
      • 2017: Expanding Performance Feedback Theory to Temporary Organizations. Paper presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, USA. (co-authored with H. Wilhelm, N. Steigenberger, and J. Juntunen).
      • 2017: Partner selection and trust in inter-organizational relationships: The role of selection effort and selection criteria. Paper presented at the 33rd EGOS Colloquium, Copenhagen, Denmark.
      • 2017: Internationalization in the Sharing Economy - Business Model Adaptation for Emerging Markets. Research project presented at the 4th International Workshop on the Sharing Economy, Lund, Sweden (co-authored with M. Okraku and I. Maurer).
      • 2016: Managerial misperception of differences between home and host countries - An empirical study on antecedents and performance effect. Paper presented at the European International Business Academy Annual Conference, Vienna, Austria (co-authored with D. Chahabadi and I. Maurer).
      • 2016: Managerial misperception of institutional differences between home and host countries - An empirical study on its antecedents and performance effect. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Strategic Management Society, Berlin, Germany (co-authored with D. Chahabadi and I. Maurer).
      • 2016: Finding someone to trust: Partnership formation in international inter-organizational relationships. Paper accepted for presentation at the McGill International Entrepreneurship Conference, Vaasa, Finland.
      • 2016: Effects of inter-organizational and institutional trust on knowledge acquisition across borders. Paper presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, USA (co-authored with I. Maurer).
      • 2015: Dimensions of inter-organizational and institutional-based trust and their joint effects on knowledge acquisition in cross-border partnerships. Paper presented at Stanford University, USA (co-authored with I. Maurer).
      • 2015: Dimensions of inter-organizational and institutional-based trust and their joint effects on knowledge acquisition in cross-border partnerships. Paper presented at the 31st EGOS Colloquium, Athens, Greece (co-authored with I. Maurer).
      • 2015: Acquiring knowledge from local partners: The role of inter-organizational and institutional trust in international relationships of market-seeking firms. Paper presented at ANZIBA 2015 Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
      • 2013: Internationalization Strategies: Old Questions, New Contexts. Medici Summer School in Management Studies of NYU Stern, HEC Paris, Alma Graduate School, Florence, Italy.
      • 2013: The institutional and relational embeddedness of multinational enterprises. Research project presented at the PhD Seminar "Strategy within markets as disciplinary structures", HEC Paris, France.