Aufsatz / Paper in SSCI-Zeitschrift
Pittnauer, S., Hohnisch, M., Ostermaier, A., Pfingsten, A.:
Effects of social information on risk taking and performance: Understanding others' decisions versus comparing oneself with others in short-term performance, in Organization Science (Forthcoming).
Hohnisch, M., Pittnauer, S., Selten, R., Pfingsten, A.:
Designing for deliberative goal-based decision making in environments with rare adverse events—An experimental study, in Organization Science 27(6), 1417–1434. 2016.
Hohnisch, M., Pittnauer, S., Selten, R., Pfingsten, A., Eraßmy, J.:
Gender differences in decisions under profound uncertainty are non-robust to the availability of information on equally informed others' decisions, in Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 108 (December), 40–58, 2014.
Selten, R., Pittnauer, S., Hohnisch, M.:
Dealing with dynamic decision problems when knowledge of the environment is limited: An approach based on goal systems, in Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 25, 443–457, 2012.
Hohnisch, M., Pittnauer, S., Stauffer, D.:
A percolation-based model explaining delayed takeoff in new-product diffusion, in Industrial and Corporate Change 17(5), 1001–1017, 2008.
Stauffer, D., Hohnisch, M., Pittnauer, S.:
The coevolution of individual economic characteristics and socioeconomic networks, in Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 370(2), 734–740, 2006.
Hohnisch, M., Pittnauer, S., Solomon, S., Stauffer, D.:
Socioeconomic interaction and swings in business confidence indicators, in Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 345(3), 646–656, 2005.
Hohnisch, M., Pittnauer, S., Chakrabarty, M.:
Empirical regularities in distributions of individual consumption expenditure, in International Journal of Modern Physics C, 13(4), 541–549, 2002.
Pittnauer, S., Hohnisch, M. Stauffer, D.:
An aspiration-adaptation-based model of the timing of product innovation. Bonn Econ Discussion Papers, University of Bonn. 13/2003, 2003.
Hohnisch, M., Stauffer, D., Pittnauer, S.:
The impact of external events on the emergence of collective states of economic sentiment, 2006.