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Papers in Refereed Journals

1. Zafari, S., Hartner-Tiefenthaler, M., and S.T. Koeszegi (2019): Flexible Work Arrangements and Work-related Outcomes: The Role of Perceived Organizational Alignment, Management Review Socioeconomic Studies (mrev), 30 (1), DOI: 10.5771/0935-9915-2019-1-1

2. Salin, D., Cowan, R., Adewumi, O. Apospori, E., Bochantin, J., D'Cruz, P., Djurkovic, N., Durniat, K., Escartín, J., Guo, J., Išik, I., Koeszegi, S.T., McCormack, D., Monserrat, S. & Zedlacher, E (2019): Workplace bullying across the globe: a cross-cultural comparison", Personnel Review, Vol. 48 No. 1, pp. 204-219, DOI: doi.org/10.1108/PR-03-2017-0092

3. Salin, D, Cowan, RL, Adewumi, O, Apospori, E, Bochantin, J, D'Cruz, P, Djurkovic, N, Durniat, K, Escartín, J, Guo, J, Isik, I, Koeszegi, ST, McCormack, D, Monserrat, SI, Olivas-Luján, MR & Zedlacher, E (2018): Prevention of and interventions in workplace bullying: A global study of human resource professionals’ reflections on preferred action, International Journal of Human Resource Management. doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2018.1460857

4. Haas, M. & Koeszegi S.T. (2017): Spiel mit mir: Die Konstruktion von Professionalität und Geschlecht in Organisationen – eine Rahmenanalyse. FQS 18(3), Art. 5, doi: dx.doi.org/10.17169/fqs-18.3.2587

5. Guenther, E. A. & S. T. Koeszegi (2016): Intertwined Effects of Gender and Migration Background on Persistence in SET Study Programs, European Journal of Engineering Education, DOI 10.1080/03043797.2016.1228613, open access: dx.doi.org/10.1080/03043797.2016.1228613

6. Koeszegi, S.T. and G. Reischauer (2016): Situative Lernfabrik: Ein soziotechnischer Aus- und Weiterbildungsansatz für Industriearbeit 4.0, Industrie 4.0 Management, Vol. 32 (3), pp. 27-30

7. Gettinger J., Filzmoser M. & Sabine T. Koeszegi (2016): Why can’t we settle again? Analysis of factors that influence agreement prospects in the post-settlement phase. Journal of Business Economics 86 (4) pp. 413-440, doi: 10.1007/s11573-016-0809-5.

8. Haas, M., Koeszegi, S.T., and Zedlacher, E. (2016): Breaking Patterns: How Female Scientists Negotiate their Token Role in their Life Stories, Gender Work and Organization, Vol. 23 (4), pp. 397-413, doi:10.1111/gwao.12124.

9. Wärzner, A., Hartner-Tiefenthaler, M., and S.T. Koeszegi (2015): Fern und doch so nah: Wie kann Kommunikation in flexiblen Arbeitsformen gut gelingen? WING Business 48 (2), pp. 31-37.

10. Druckman, D., Mitterhofer, R., Filzmoser, M. and S.T. Koeszegi (2014): Resolving Impasses in e-Negotiation: Does e-Mediation Work?, Group Decision and Negotiation 23 (2), pp. 193-210 (doi: 10.1007/s10726-013-9356-4).

11. Schoop M., van Amselvoort M., Gettinger J., Körner M., Koeszegi S.T., and P. van der Wijst (2014): The interplay of communication and decisions in electronic negotiations - Communicative decisions or decisive communication? Group Decision and Negotiation 23(2), pp. 167-192 (doi: 10.1007/s10726-013-9357-3).

12. Koeszegi, S.T., Zedlacher, E., Hudribusch R. (2014): The War against the female Soldier? - The Effects of Masculine culture on workplace aggression. Armed Forces & Society 40 (2), pp. 226-251 (doi: 10.1177/0095327X12460019).

13. Gettinger, J.; Koeszegi, S.T. (2014): Far from Eye far from Heart: Analysis of Graphical Decision Aids in Electronic Negotiation Support, in: Group Decision and Negotiation, 23(4), pp. 787-817, (doi: 10.1007/s10726-012-9319-1)

14. Graf, A.; Koeszegi, S. T.; Pesendorfer, E. (2012): Cross-Cultural Negotiations and Power Distance: Strategies Applied by Asian and European Buyers and Sellers in Electronic Negotiations. Nankai Business Review International, 3 (3), pp. 242-256 (doi: 10.1108/20408741211264567)

15. Graf, A.; Koeszegi, S.T.; Pesendorfer, E.; Gettinger, J. (2012): Self-fulfilling Prophecy in e-Negotiations - Myth or Reality? International Journal of Decision Support System Technology 4 (2), pp. 1-16 (doi: 10.4018/jdsst.2012040101).

16. Gettinger, J., Koeszegi, S.T., and Schoop, M. (2012): Shall we dance? The Effect of Negotiation Graphs on Negotiation Processes and Outcomes. Decision Support Systems, 53, pp. 161-174 (doi: 10.1016/jdss.2012.01.001)

17. Kovacic, I., Filzmoser, M., Faatz, S., and Koeszegi, S.T. (2011): Research Project Cost Benefits of Integrated Planning: First Experiment-results, Organization, Technology and Management in Construction, 3 (1), pp. 254-263.

18. Griessmair, M., Strunk, G., Vetschera, R., and Koeszegi, S.T. (2011): Complexity in Electronic Negotiation Support Systems – An Empirical Study, Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, 15 (4), pp. 477-511.

19. Koeszegi, S. T., Pesendorfer, E.-M., and Vetschera, R. (2011): Data-driven Phase Analysis of E-negotiations: An Exemplary Study of Synchronous and Asynchronous Negotiations, Group Decision and Negotiation, Vol. 20 (4), pp. 385-410 (doi: 10.1007/s10726-008-9115-0)

20. Graf, A., Koeszegi, S. T., and Pesendorfer, E.-M. (2010): Intercultural Negotiations in Interfirm Relationships: An International Study of Electronic Negotiation Behavior, Journal of Managerial Psychology, 25 (5); pp. 495 - 517.

21. Griessmair, M. and Koeszegi, S. T. (2009): Exploring the Cognitive-Emotional Fugue in Electronic Negotiations, Group Decision and Negotiation, Vol. 18 (3), pp.213-234.

22. Auer-Srnka, Katharina J. and Koeszegi, Sabine T. (2009): Erratum on "From Words to Numbers" published in SBR 59 (January), in: Schmalenbach Busines Review, Vol. 61 (January), pp. 112-113.

23. Pesendorfer, E.-M., Graf, A., and Koeszegi, S. T. (2007): Relationship in Electronic Negotiations: Tracking Negotiator Behavior Over Time, Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft, 77 (12), pp. 1315-1338.

24. Haas, M., Koeszegi, S. T., and Nöster, M. (2007): Current Practice and Structural Patterns in Virtual Organizations – A Qualitative Analysis of 30 Cases, electronic Journal of Organizational Virtualness (eJOV), Vol.8, ISSN: 1442-9331, accessible through www.ejov.org.

25. Nastase, V., Koeszegi, S. T., and Szpakovicz, S. (2007): Content Analysis through the Machine Learning Mill, Group Decision and Negotiation, Vol. 16 (4), pp. 335-346.

26. Pesendorfer, E.-M. and Koeszegi, S. T. (2007): Social Embeddedness in Electronic Negotiations, Group Decision and Negotiation, Vol 16 (4), pp. 399-415.

27. Srnka, K. J. and Koeszegi, S. T. (2007): From Words to Numbers - How to Transform Rich Qualitative Data into Meaningful Quantitative Results: Guidelines and Exemplary Study, Schmalenbach’s Business Review, Vol. 59 of zfbf, pp. 29-57

28. Koeszegi, S. T., Pesendorfer, E.-M., and Stolz, S. W. (2006): Gender Salience in Electronic Negotiations, Electronic Markets – the International Journal EM, Vol. 16 (3), pp. 173 - 185.

29. Koeszegi, S. T., Srnka, K. J., and Pesendorfer, E.-M. (2006): Electronic Negotiations – A Comparison of Different Support Systems, Die Betriebswirtschaft, Vol. 66 (4), pp. 441-463.

30. Pesendorfer, E.-M. and Koeszegi, S. T. (2006): Hot versus Cool Behavioral Styles in Electronic Negotiations: The Impact of Communication Mode, Group Decision and Negotiation, Vol. 15 (2), pp. 141-155.

31. Srnka, K. J., Ebster, C. and Koeszegi, S. T. (2006): Lässt sich Sympathie im persönlichen Verkauf vortäuschen? Eine Analyse nonverbaler und verbaler Kommunikation, Marketing ZFP, Vol. 28 (1), pp. 39-58.

32. Vetschera, Rudolf, Kersten, Gregory E., and Koeszegi, Sabine T. (2006): User Assessment of Internet-based Negotiation Support Systems. JOCEC - Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Vol. 16 (2), 123-148.

33. Koeszegi, S. T., Vetschera, R., and Kersten, G. E. (2004): National Cultural Differences in the Use and Perception of Internet-based NSS - Does high or low context matter? International Negotiation, Vol. 9 (1), pp. 79 - 109.

34. Koeszegi, S. T. (2004): Trust Building Strategies in Inter-Organizational Negotiations. Journal of Managerial Psychology, Vol. 19 (6), pp.640-660. Reprinted in: Reddy, Sumati (Ed.) (2005): International Negotiation: Perspectives and Challenges, ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad, pp. 37-66.

35. Koeszegi, S. T. and Kersten, G. E. (2003): On-line/Off-line: Joint Negotiation Teaching in Montreal and Vienna. Group Decision and Negotiation, Vol. 12 (4), pp. 337 – 345.

36. Kersten, G. E., Koeszegi, S. T., and Vetschera, R. (2003): The Effects of Culture in Computer-mediated Negotiations. JITTA – Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application, Vol. 5 (2), pp. 1 - 28.

37. Bauer, R and Koeszegi, S. T. (2003): Measuring the Degree of Virtualization. Electronic Journal of Organizational Virtualness, Vol. 5 (2), pp. 26 - 46.

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Books and Book Chapters (peer reviewed)

38. Filzmoser, M. & Koeszegi, S.T. (2018): Integrating Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in Business Processes – An Organizationa Theoretical Analysis, in: Coeckelbaergh, M. et. al. (Eds): Envisioning Robots in Society – Power, Politics, and Public Space. Proceedings of Robophilosophy 2018/Transor 2018. IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp.177-186.

39. Zedlacher, E. & Koeszegi, S.T. (2018): „Workplace Bullying in Military Organizations: Bullying Inc?“, accepted for publication in D’Cruz, P. & Noronha, E. (Eds.), “Handbook of Workplace Bullying, Emotional Abuse and Harassment”. Springer, forthcoming35. Bajwa, D., Koeszegi, S.T. and Vetschera, R. (Eds) (2017.): Group Decision and Negotiation. Theory, Empirical Evidence, and Application, 16th International Conference, GDN 2016, Bellingham, WA, USA, June 20-24, 2016, Revised Selected Papers ISBN 978-3-319-52624-9.

40. Wärzner, A. Hartner-Tiefenthaler, M. and Koeszegi S.T. (2017): Working Anywhere and Working Anyhow? A Tension-Based View on ICTand the Coordination of Work, in: Blount, Y and Gloet, M.: Anywhere Working and the New Era of Telecommuting, ISBN13: 9781522523284, pp. 88-110.

41. Druckman, D. & S.T. Koeszegi (2017): Electronic Mediation, in: Alexia Georgakopoulos (Ed.): The Mediation Handbook, Research, Theory and Practice, Routledge, ISBN 9781138124219, pp. 55-64.

42. Filzmoser, M., Koeszegi, S.T. & G. Pfeiffer (2017): What computers can tell us about emotions – Classification of affective communication in electronic negotiations by supervised machine learning, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP), Springer, pp. 113-123.

43. Gettinger, J. & Koeszegi, S.T. (2015): More than Words: The Effect of Emoticons in Electronic Negotiations, in: Kaminski, B., Kersten, G. & Szapiro T: Outlooks and Insights on Group Decision and Negotiation, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP 218), Springer, pp. 289-305

44. Guenther, E.A. & Koeszegi, S.T. (2015): Das ist aber nicht der akademische Gedanke – Ansprüche an Lehrende und von Lehrenden einer Technischen Universität, in: Rheinländer K. (Hrsg.): Ungleichheitssensible Hochschullehre: Positionen, Voraussetzungen, Perspektiven, Springer, pp.141-163.

45. Vetschera, R., Koeszegi, S.T. & Schoop, M. (2013): Electronic Negotiation Systems, in: Cochran, J.J. Cox, L.A., Keskinocak, P. Kharoufeh, J.P & Smith (Eds.): J. C.:Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, Vol. 8, ISBN: 978-0-470-40063-0, DOI: 10.1002/9780470400531

46. Gettinger, J., Dannenmann, A., Druckman, D., Filzmoser, M., Mitterhofer, R., Reiser, A., Schoop, M., Vetschera R., v.d. Wijst, P., Koeszegi, S. T. (2012): Impact of and Interaction between Behavioral and Economic Decision Support in Electronic Negotiations, in: Hernandez, Jorge (Editor): Decisiuon Support Systems – Collaborative Models and Approaches in Real Environments, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP), Springer, Vol. 212, pp. 151-165.

47. Koeszegi, S.T., Vetschera, R. (2010): Language and Process, in: Kilgour, M. & Eden, C. (Eds): Handbook on Group Decision and Negotiation, pp. 121 - 138.

48. Koeszegi, S. T. (2009): Take the Risk and Trust? - The Strategic Role of Trust in Negotiations, in: Avenhaus, R., Sjoestedt G. (Eds.): Negotiated Risks: International Talks on Hazardous Issues, Springer, Berlin, pp. 65-86.

49. Koeszegi, S. T. and Vetschera, R. (Eds.) (2007): Frontiers in Group Decision and Negotiation Research, Special Issue, Group Decision and Negotiation, Vol. 16 (4), 283-285.

50. Gruenbacher, P., Koeszegi, S. T., and Biffl, S. (2006): Stakeholder Value Proposition Elicitation and Reconciliation, in: Biffl, Stefan, Gruenbacher, Paul et al. (Eds.): Value-Based Software Engineering, Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York, pp. 133-154.

51. Koeszegi, S. T. and Vetschera, R. (2005): Electronic Commerce, in: Beckert, J., Zafirovski, M. (Eds.): International Encyclopedia of Economic Sociology. Routledge, London, pp. 229-231.

52. Koeszegi, S. T. (2002): Vertrauen und Risiko in Virtuellen Organisationen, in: Scholz, Christian (Hrsg.): Systemdenken und Virtualisierung. Duncker & Humboldt, Berlin; p. 109-124.

53. Köszegi, S. T. (2001): Vertrauen in Virtuellen Unternehmen. Wiesbaden: Dt. Universitätsverlag, Gabler, Edition Wissenschaft (Dissertation).

Conference and Proceedings (Refereed)

54. Setareh Zafari, Isabel Schwaninger, Matthias Hirschmanner, Christina Schmidbauer, Astrid Weiss & Sabine T. Koeszegi (2019): You Are Doing so Great! The Effect of a Robot`s Interaction Style on Self-Efficacy in HRI, Proceedings of the 28th IEEE International Conference on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (ROMAN), forthcoming.

55. Zafari, S. and S.T. Koeszegi (2018): Machine agency in socio-technical systems: A typology of autonomous artificial agents, IEEE Workshop on Advanced Robotics and its Social Impacts (ARSO), Genoa, Italy, September 27-28, ISBN 978-1-5386-8037-7/18

56. Zafari, S., & Koeszegi, S. T. (2018): Artificial Agents in Socio-Technical Systems, VIENNA young SCIENTISTS SYMPOSIUM, June 7-8, p.18-19, ISBN 978-3-9504017-8-3

57. Koeszegi, S.T. and G. Kersten (2017): Stream Negotiation Support Systems and Studies, 17th International Conference, GDN 2017, Stuttgart Hohenheim, Germany, August 14-20, 201, in: Schoop & M. D.M. Kilgour (Eds): Group Decision and Negotiation: A socio-Technical Perspective, 17th International Conference, GDN 2017, Stuttgart, Germany, August 14-18, 2017, Proceedings, pp. 104-105.

58. Filzmoser, M., Koeszegi, S.T. & G. Pfeiffer (2016): What computers can tell us about emotions – Classification of affective communication in electronic negotiations by supervised machine learning, International Meeting of Group Decision and Negotiation in Bellingham, USA, June 20-24, 2016.

59. Wärzner, A., Hartner-Tiefenthaler, M. & S.T. Koeszegi (2016): Flexitime: a longitudinal case study of changes in organizational communication. Working Paper. EGOS Colloquium 2016 in Naples.

60. Günther, E. & S.T. Koeszegi (2015): Grenzflächen in der Lehre? Die Möglichkeiten habitussensibler Lehre in der neo-liberalen Universität. Soziologiekongress der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Soziologie ÖGS, Universität Innsbruck, Oktober 2015

61. Reischauer, G. & S.T. Koeszegi (2015): Power and the Mechanisms of Dynamic Capabilties: A Resource Dependence Perspective. In: Madeleine Rauch & David Wagner: Symposium Dynamik Capabilities: Bridging Diverging Conversations, Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2015, Vancouver 2015

62. Zedlacher, E. & S.T. Koeszegi (2015): Workplace Bullying from an Austrian Perspective. In: Cowan, Renee L. & Denise Salin: Symposium Human Resource Professionals’ Perceptions of Workplace Bullying from Around the Globe, Culture Matters, Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2015, Vancouver 2015.

63. Haas, M. & Koeszegi, S.T. (2015): Einheit in Diversität? Kritische Analyse des Diversitätsmanagement-Konzepts aus postfeministischer Perspektive, Fachtagung der Diversity-Forschenden aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, Juni 2015, Helmut Schmidt Universität Hamburg.

64. Reischauer, G. & S.T. Koeszegi (2015): Mapping Innovation in Organizations: A Structuralist-Constructivist Approach for Empirical Analysis. WK ORG Workshop, Zürich 2015

65. Zedlacher, E. & S.T. Koeszegi (2014): “If you can’t stand the heat …” The Normalization of Violence in the Conduct of Organizations. 8th International Conference of Gender Work and Organization 2014 in Staffordshire.

66. Koeszegi, S.T., S. Schmitz& B. Enzenhofer (2014): Quo Vadis Homo Oeconomicus? Analysis of Gendered Discourses in Economic Decision Making. 8th International Conference of Gender Work and Organization 2014 in Staffordshire.

67. Hartner-Tiefenthaler, Martina, Cornelia Gerdenitsch & Sabine T. Koeszegi (2014): Remote Control for Remote Work? How Mobile Working Challenges the Organization of Control. International EGOS Colloquium 2014 in Rotterdam.

68. Koria, R., Bartels, F. Andriana, L. & Sabine Koeszegi (2014): Effectiveness and Efficiency of National Systems of Innovation: The Importance of ICT, The Cases of Ghana and Kenya, in IST-Africa 2014 Conference Proceedings.

69. Koria, R., Bartels, F. & S. Koeszegi (2013): "Surveying National Systems of Innovation (NSI) Using Free Open Source Software (FOSS): The Case of Ghana"; IST-Africa 2013, Nairobi; 29.05.2013 - 31.05.2013; in: IST-Africa 2013 Conference Proceedings, IIMC International Information Management Corporation 2013, Nairobi.

70. Siegfried Sharma, Michael Filzmoser, Koeszegi Sabine (2012): "Gender-specific requirements for the design of human-machine interfaces", Design and displacement, 4S/EASST Joint Conference, October 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark

71. Zedlacher, E. & Koeszegi, S. (2012): "Bullying Cultures? - How Organizational Values and Norms impact upon Victimization and Coping Strategies of Women; in Hogh, A., Jorgensen C. & A.S. Fedders (ed.): Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Workplace Bullying and Harassment, 12-15 July 2012, Copenhagen, IAWBH and University of Copenhagen, pp. 139-140.

72. Günther, E., Keinert-Kisin C, Zedlacher, E., Koeszegi, S.T. (2012): Couldn’t Resist? How to Balance Role-Conflicts in an Intra-Organizational Gender Research Project. Proceedings of the 8th European Feminist Research Conference 2012, May 17-20, Budapest, Hungary.

73. Günther, E. and Koeszegi, S.T. (2012): The Whole is More than the Sum of its Parts: A Qualitative-Quantitative Multi-Level Approach to Intersectional Analysis of Student Drop-out. Proceedings of the 8th European Feminist Research Conference 2012, May 17-20, Budapest, Hungary.

74. Günther, Elisabeth and Koeszegi, Sabine T. (2012): ‘How to grasp intersectionality? A qualitative-quantitative multi-level approach to intersectional analysis of university dropout’. Proceedings of the 7th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference of Gender, Work and Organization 2012, 27th -29th June 2012, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK.

75. Keinert-Kisin, C., Hatzinger, R., and Koeszegi, S.T. (2012): Seeing something that isn’t there: Gender bias in the evaluation of junior talent in science and technology, Proceedings of the 7th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference of Gender, Work and Organization 2012, 27th -29th June 2012, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK.

76. Keinert-Kisin, C., Hatzinger, R., and Koeszegi, S.T. (2012): What's in a name? A personnel selection experiment on gender bias in applicant assessment, Proceedings of the 28th European Group of Organization Studies Colloquium in Helsinki, Finland, July 5-7 1012.

77. Druckman, D., Filzmoser, M., Gettinger, JH., Koeszegi, S.T., and Vetschera, R. (2012): 2.02 G eNerationS – Avenues for the Next Generation of Pro-active Negotiation Support, Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation in May 20 - 24, 2012, Recife, Brazil.

78. Schoop, M., Gettinger, J., Koeszegi, S.T., van Amselsvoort, M., and van der Wijst, P. (2012): Communication and Decisions in Electronic Negotiations, Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation in May 20 - 24, 2012, Recife, Brazil.

79. Dannenmann, A., Fernandes, M., Filzmoser, M., Gettinger, J., Koeszegi, S.T., Mitterhofer, R., Reiser, A., Schoop, M., and Vetschera, R. (2012): Integrating the AC-AT Concept into an Electronic Negotiation Support System: Implementation and Challenges, Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation in May 20 - 24, 2012, Recife, Brazil.

80. Mitterhofer, R., Druckman, D., Filzmoser, M., Gettinger, J., Schoop, M., and Koeszegi, S.T. (2012): Integration of Behavioral and Analytic Decision Support in Electronic Negotiations; in: Sprague, R.H. Jr. (Ed.): Proceedings of the 45th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 4-7 January 2012, Maui Hawaii, IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos California (DOI 10.1109/HICSS.2012.334), pp. 610-617.

81. Dannenmann, A., Druckman, D., Filzmoser, M., Gettinger, J., Koeszegi, S.T., Mitterhofer, M., Reiser, A., Schoop, M., van der Wijst, P., and Vetschera, R. (2011): Impact of and Interaction Between Behavioural and Economic Decision Support in Electronic Negotiations; in: F. Dargam, B. Delibasic, J. Hernandez, S. Liu, R. Ribeiro, P. Zarate (Eds.): Proceedings of the EWG-DSS London-2011 Workshop on Decision Systems", pp. 6-7.

82. Druckman, D. Filzmoser, M. Koeszegi, S.T., and Mitterhofer, M. (2011): e-Mediation in e-Negotiation: Support Philosphies and Tools"; in: F. Dargam, B. Delibasic, J. Hernandez, S. Liu, R. Ribeiro, P. Zarate (Eds.): Proceedings of the EWG-DSS London-2011 Workshop on Decision Systems", pp. 10-11.

83. Haas, M., Keinert, C., Koeszegi, S.T., Zedlacher, E. (2011): New Wine in old Wineskins New career boundaries for women in old networks in academia, Proceedings of the 27th EGOS Colloquium 'Reassembling Organizations' in Gothenburg, Sweden, July 7-9.

84. Günther, E., Koeszegi, S.T. (2011): Gender Counts?! - Analysis of Student Dropout at Vienna University of Technology, Gender and Interdisciplinary Education for Engineers – GIEE 2011, Proceedings of the Helena International Conference, Paris (France), June 23-24.

85. Haas, M., Keinert, C., Koeszegi, S.T., Zedlacher, E. (2011): Breaking Patterns: How Opportunistic Sponsorship and Women’s Moral Compass Shape Careers of Female Scientists, Gender and Interdisciplinary Education for Engineers – GIEE 2011, Proceedings of the Helena International Conference, Paris (France), June 23-24.

86. Koria, Ritin & Koeszegi, S.T. (2011): National Systems of Innovation (NSI): Measurement and Implications for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy in Ghana, UNIDO Proceedings of the International Policy Conference in Acra, Ghana, March 14-15 2011.

87. Braumann, E.; Prveden, O.; Saleem, S.; Xu, Y., Koeszegi, S.T. (2010): The Effect of Emoticons in Synchronous and Asynchronous e-Negotiations, in: G-J de Vreede (Ed): Proceedings of the 11th Group Decision and Negotiation Conference in Delft, the Netherlands, University of Nebraska, Omaha, pp. 113-115.

88. Günther, E., Haas, M., Keinert, C., Koeszegi, S.T., and Zedlacher, E. (2010): To Boldly Go Where No Woman Has Gone Before: Career Perspectives of Women in Technology and Science - A Case Study. Proceedings of the International Conference of the study "Meta-analysis of gender and science research", Brussels, pp. 33 - 34.

89. Günther, E., Haas, M., Keinert, C., Koeszegi, S., Zedlacher ,E. (2010): To Boldly Go Where No Woman Has Gone Before: Understanding Resistance to Change in Gender Segregated Organizations - A Case Study at Vienna University of Technology, Proceedings of the International Conference on Management Learning, Vienna, pp. 57 - 58.

90. Druckman, D.; Koeszegi, S.T.; Schoop, M.; Van der Wijst, P.; Vetschera, R.; Dannenmann, A.; Duckek, K.; Filmoser, M.; Gettinger, J.; Mitterhofer, R., and Reiser, A. (2010): Acceptance and Evaluation of Automated Mediation in e-Negotiation. In: Proceedings of the 11th Group Decision & Negotiation Conference (GDN 2010) in Delft, the Netherlands, University of Nebraska, Omaha, pp. 289-292.

91. Karsten, C.; Rentzsch, M.; Bartha, M.; Zubillaga, X., and Koeszegi, S.T. (2010): Human factors evaluation of a standardised driver’s desk under real life, Proceedings of the18th International Symposium EURO - Zel 2010, Zilina.

92. Koeszegi, S.T, Hudribusch, R., and Zedlacher, E. (2010): The Effects of Masculine & Power Cultures on Workplace Bullying in the Austrian Armed Force; Proceedings of the European Academy of Management Conference 2010, Rome Italy.

93. Gettinger, J. and S. Koeszegi, S.T. (2009): What are you looking for? - Information Presentation in Electronic Negotiation Support, International conference on group decision and negotiation, Toronto, Canada; 2009-06-14 - 2009-06-17; in Kilgour, D. and Wang, Q. (Eds.): Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo (2009), ISBN: 9780981274508; pp. 71 – 73.

94. Koeszegi, S. T., Filzmoser, M., Gettinger, J. R., and Vetschera, R. (2009): Perspectives on electronic negotiation support, in: Kilgour D M and QWang (eds): Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation in Toronto, Canada, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, pp. 105-107.

95. Griessmair, M., Koeszegi, S. T., and Vetschera, R. (2008): The Grammar Complexity and Entropy of e-Negotiation Processes – An Empirical Analysis, in: Costas et al. (Eds): Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation in Coimbra, Portugal.

96. Koeszegi, S. T., Schoop, M., Gettinger, J., Koehne, F., and Staskiewicz, D. (2008): Shall we Dance? – The Effect of the Negotiation Dance and History Graphs on e-Negotiation Processes, in: Costas et al. (Eds).: Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation in Coimbra, Portugal.

97. Koeszegi, S. T. and Pesendorfer, E.-M. (2007): How Synchronicity Heats up Communication: A Study of Communication Mode in Electronic Negotiations, in: Dupont, Christophe: Négociation et transformations du monde, Publibook, Paris, pp. 187 – 202.

98. Vetschera, R. and Koeszegi, S. T. (2007): Analyzing E-negotiations from Quantitative and Qualitative Perspectives, Keynote, in: Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation, Volume I, Canada, Montreal, pp. 11-12.

99. Schoop, M., Koeszegi, S. T., Koehne, F., Ostertag, K., and Staskiewicz, D. (2007): Process Visualization in Electronic Negotiations – An Experimental Exploration, Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation, Volume I, Canada, Montreal, pp. 128-130.

100. Griessmair, M., Koeszegi, S. T., and Srnka, K. J. (2007): How to Measure Emotions in Electronic Negotiations? – An Exploratory Study, Group Decision and Negotiation 2007 Proceedings, Volume I, Canada, Montreal, pp. 86-90.

101. Koeszegi, Sabine T., Pesendorfer, Eva-Maria, Vetschera, Rudolf (2007): Data-driven Episodic Phase Analysis of E-Negotiations, Group Decision and Negotiation 2007 Proceedings, Volume II, Canada, Montreal, pp. 113-130.

102. Graf, Andrea, Koeszegi, Sabine T., Pesendorfer, Eva-Maria, and Srnka, Katharina J. (2006): Intercultural Negotiation Patterns: An International Study of Computer-mediated Negotiations, in: Seifert, Stefan and Weinhardt, Christof (Eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation, Karlsruhe, Germany, June 25-28, pp. 177 – 178.

103. Pesendorfer, E.-M., Graf, A., and Koeszegi, S. T. (2006): Phase Analysis of Behavior in E-negotiations - Emphasizing the Effect of Negotiator Relationship, in: Seifert, Stefan and Weinhardt, Christof (Eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation, Karlsruhe, Germany, June 25-28, pp. 108 – 110.

104. Pesendorfer, E.-M. and Koeszegi, S. T. (2005): Hot versus Cool Behavioural Styles in Electronic Negotiations: The Impact of Communication Mode, in Proceedings of the Workshop on Formal and Informal Information Exchange in Negotiations – FINEXIN, May 26-27, 2005 at the University of Ottawa, Canada, pp. 43-54.

105. Bauer, R., Koeszegi, S. T., and Wolkerstorfer, M. (2003): Measuring the Degree of Virtualization – An Empirical Analysis in two Austrian Industries. Proceedings of the 36th Hawaii International conference on Systems Sciences, J.F. Nunamaker and R.H: Sprague, Jr. (Eds.), Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press. CD-Rom.

106. Biffl, S., Halling, M., and Koeszegi, S. T. (2003): Investigating the Accuracy of Defect Estimation Models for Individuals and Teams Based on Inspection Data. Proceedings of the ISESE Conference in Rome, Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press. CD-Rom.

107. Kersten, G. E., Koeszegi, S. T., and Vetschera, R. (2002): The Effects of Culture in Anonymous Negotiations. Experiments in Four Countries, Proceedings of the 35th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, J.F. Nunamaker and R.H. Sprague, Jr. (Eds.), Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press, p. 27.

108. Kersten, G. E., Koeszegi, S. T., and Vetschera, R. (1999): Cultural Influences in Anonymous Business Negotiations. Proceedings, Academy of Business Administration, 1999 Global Trends Conference, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. CD-Rom.

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Book Reviews and other Publications

109. Hartner-Tiefenthaler, M., Feuchtl, S., and Koeszegi, S.T. (2016): Von Avantgarde bis Fremdbestimmt: Chancen und Risiken unterschiedlicher Arbeitstypen, WISO, 39 (4), pp. 154-163

110. Feuchtl, S., Hartner-Tiefenthaler, M. & Koeszegi, S.T. (2016): Erreichbarkeit außerhalb der Arbeitszeit: Ergebnisse einer quantitativen Fragebogenstudie in Niederösterreich, WISO, 39 (2), PP. 69-82.

111. Keinert-Kisin, C. and Koeszegi, S.T. (2015): Impact of Organizational Context on Gendered Recruiting decisions among Science Engineering and Technology Professionals: An Experiment. In: Koeszegi, S.T. & M. Filzmoser, Recent Notes on Labor Science and Organization, 1/2015, IMW, TU Wien, 30 pages.

112. Schmitz, S., Koeszegi, S.T., Enzenhofer, B. & C. Harrar (2015): Quo Vadis Homo Economicus? References to Rationality/Emotionality in Neuroeconomic Discourses. In: Koeszegi, S.T. & M. Filzmoser, Recent Notes on Labour Science and Organization, 2/2015, IMW, TU Wien, 26 pages.

113. Stepan, A., W. Aussenegg, T. Dangl, S.T. Koeszegi, K. Matyas, A. Redlein, W. Schwaiger & W. Sihn (2015): Wirtschaft und Technik – Die Entwicklung einer Symbiose zum Nutzen der Gesellschaft, in: Festschrift der TU Wien anlässlich des 200 Jahr Jubiläums, forthcoming.

114. Koeszegi, S.T. (2007): Review on Möllering, Guido 2006: Trust: Reason, Routine, Reflexivity. Oxford: Elsevier, Economic Sociology – The European Electronic Newsletter, Vol. 8 (3), pp. 49-51.

115. Koeszegi, S. T. (2005): Ein Unternehmen organisieren – mit anderen zusammenarbeiten, in: Srnka K. J. (Ed.): Modul C: Unternehmerführerschein, Wirtschaftskammer Österreich.

116. Koeszegi, S. T. (2001): Vertrauen in der New Economy. In: 10 Jahre Betriebswirtschaftszentrum der Universität Wien. Wien: Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, pp. 22-23.