Forschungs- und Konferenzaktivitäten

Leifeld, Lena; Oertel, Simon (2023): The Meaning Construction of Sufficiency, World Resources Forum, Genf, 2023.

Ehmke, Jennifer; Oertel, Simon (2023): The Managerialization of Higher Education: Exploring the Role of Institutional Founding Conditions and Institutional Sector on Employer Branding, 39. EGOS Colloquium, Cagliari, 2023.

Leifeld, Lena; Oertel, Simon (2023): The Meaning Construction of Sufficiency and its Change over Time, 39. EGOS Colloquium, Cagliari, 2023.

Gerhardt, Lisa; Goldenstein, Jan; Oertel, Simon; Poschmann, Philipp; Walgenbach, Peter (2023): The Marginalization of Higher Education in Germany and Its Consequences: Changes in Job Advertisements for Professorships in German Universities, 1990 to 2010, Workshop der Wissenschaftlichen Kommission Organisation (WK ORG) (VHB), Linz, 2023.

Hein-Pensel, Franziska; Knorr, Karin; Oertel, Simon; Thommes, Kirsten (2022): The relativity of time: Patterns of utilizing past in the context of rhetorical history, Workshop der Wissenschaftlichen Kommission Organisation (WK ORG) (VHB), Düsseldorf, 2022.

Philippczyck, Nicole, Grundmann, Jan; Oertel, Simon (2022): The framing of diversity statements in European universities: The role of imprinting and institutional legacy, Workshop der Wissenschaftlichen Kommission Organisation (WK ORG) (VHB), Düsseldorf, 2022.

Köpsell, Saskia; Oertel, Simon (2022): Digitalization Attempts in Higher Education: The Role of Imprinting and the Effect of Business Departments, 38. EGOS Colloquium, Wien, 2022.

Mayr, Viktoria; Bach, Norbert; Oertel, Simon (2022): New forms of organizing and their relevance for routine dynamics, 38. EGOS Colloquium, Wien, 2022.

Philippczyck, Nicole; Hoffmann, Harry; Oertel, Simon (2022): The content of mission statements in European universities: The role of institutional foundational conditions and business systems, 38. EGOS Colloquium, Wien, 2022.

Mayr, Viktoria; Oertel, Simon (2022): The Relevance of Path Dependence and Imprinting in Explaining the Growth of Research Collaboration Networks in Germany, 17. Workshop on New Institutionalism in Organization Theory, Madrid, 2022.