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Andersson, S., Sundermeier, J. (2019). Firms’ use of organizational, personal and intermediary networks to gain access to resources for internationalization, Thunderbird International Business Review, Vol. 61 (4), p. 609-621.


Sundermeier, J. (2017). Start-up (s) with hubris - the effects of hubris on the performance of core entrepreneurial functions (Dissertation). Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.


Sundermeier, J., Kummer, T. (2019). Startup founders personality attributes in crowdfunding camapigns: the relevance of hubris and charisma in raising seed funding online, Hawaii International Conference in System Sciences, Hawaii, USA. 

Sundermeier, J., Kummer, T. (2018). Does Personality Still Matter in Our Digitalized World? The Relevance of Hubris and Charisma for Crowdfunding Success, International Conference on Information Systems, San Fransicso, USA.

Sundermeier, J., Wessel, L. Davidson, E. (2018). Can digital innovation alter the landscape of women's entrepreneurship? Towards a research agenda, International Conference on Information Systems, San Fransicso, USA.

Birkner, S., Sundermeier, J., Tegtmeier, S. (2018). E-Heath value proposition revisited - Towards a gender-aware classification of digital business models, Annual Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship Conference, Stuttgart, Germany. 

Sundermeier, J., Kummer, T. (2018). How entrepreneurial hubris and charisma influence the sucess of crowdfunding campaigns - A multimodel research approach, EGOS Colloquium, Tallinn, Estland. 

Kormann, J., Sundermeier, J., Gersch, M. (2018). Mission drift in social business hybrids - The relevance of organizational culture, Conference on New Business Models, Sofia, Bulgaria. 

Sundermeier, J., Kummer, T., Weckermann, N., Gersch, M. (2018). High Flying Visionaries or Reckless Rebels? The Perception of Hubristic Entrepreneurs by Non-Professional Investors. An Experimental Approach, Leuphana Conference on Entrepreneurship, Lüneburg, Germany.

Sundermeier J., Gersch, M., Freiling, J. (2017). Leaving the dead end in research on entrepreneurial hubris: a research agenda, Rent conference – Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Lund, Sweden.

Sundermeier, J., Gersch, M., Freiling, J. (2017). Does hubris fuel entrepreneurial transformation? A novel perspective on the performance of core entrepreneurial functions, International Council for Small Business, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Sundermeier J., Gersch, M., Freiling, J. (2017). Towards a systematic approach to analyze the effects of entrepreneurial hubris, Annual Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship Conference, Wuppertal, Germany. 

Sundermeier, J. (2017). Effects of hubris on core entrepreneurial functions performed by founders, 7th Leuphana Conference on Entrepreneurship, Lüneburg, Deutschland

Wessel, L.; Sundermeier, J.; Gersch, M.; Hanke, S. (2016). Putting business model innovation into context: towards an understanding of robust university spin-offs, 20. Forum Gründungsforschung - Interdisziplinäre Entrepreneurship Jahreskonferenz, Leipzig, Deutschland. Online abrufbar.

Sundermeier, J. (2016). How does hubris influence the innovation activities of company founders?, Babson Conference Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Bodø, Norwegen. Online abrufbar.

Sundermeier, J., Bier, S., Gersch, M. (2016): Beyond conventional thinking in highly and less digitalized industries: hubris as a driver for exceptional decision-making logics, Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI 2016), Ilmenau, Deutschland. Online abrufbar.

Sundermeier, J. (2015). Positive and negative effects of individual hubris on entrepreneurial functions in the IT-industry, Doctorial Consortium of the Information System School at the Queensland University of Technology, 14.11.2015, Brisbane, Australien. Online abrufbar.

Sundermeier. J. (2015): The effects of hubris on entrepreneurial decision-making processes, 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Kanada. 

Sundermeier, J., Gersch, M. (2015): Organizational hubris in entrepreneurial ICT-settings, 12. Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI 2015), Osnabrück, Deutschland. 

Sundermeier, J., Gersch, M. (2015): Determining the role of (organizational) hubris as a driver of innovation in newly founded ventures – guidance and propositions for future research, 5th Leuphana Conference on Entrepreneurship, Lüneburg, Deutschland. Online abrufbar.

Sundermeier, J., Gersch, M. (2014): Abnormal decision making logics in entrepreneurial settings - towards an additional symptom of organizational hubris in newly founded ventures, 18. Forum Gründungsforschung - Interdisziplinäre Entrepreneurship Jahreskonferenz, Oldenburg, Deutschland. Online abrufbar.

Rothe H, Sundermeier J, Gersch M (2014). Analyzing interactivity in asynchronous video discussions. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS): Learning and Collaboration Technologies. Designing and Developing Novel Learning Experiences. Springer International Publishing, Heraklion (Greece), pp 226–237. Online abrufbar.

Andersson, S., Sundermeier, J. (2013). Firms’ use of networks to get access to resources for internationalization. 16th McGill International Entrepreneurship Conference, McGill University, Montreal, Kanada. [Abstract PDF]

Sundermeier, J. (2013). Der Zusammenhang zwischen einem erreichen bevorzugten Kundenstatus und Kundenloyalität – die Rolle des Geschlechts. 11. Tagung des Ökonominnen Netzwerks efas, HTW, Berlin. [Abstract PDF]

Weitere Publikationen

Sundermeier, J. (2013). The role of networks during internationalization processes: An analysis of accessing resources for international performance and growth. (http://hh.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:640189)

Sundermeier, J.; Aust, T. (2012). Russia, a fast-changing market - An approach to meet recent and upcoming business-impacting changes properly, exemplified by the medical technical sector. (http://hh.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:531171 )


Gersch, M., Goeke, C., Sundermeier, J. (2015). Die Geschäftssystementwicklung in der Vormarktphase, in: Kollmann, T.; Freiling, J. (Hrsg.): Entrepreneurial Marketing, 2. Aufl. Wiesbaden 2015.