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Benedikt Seigner

Dr. Benedikt Seigner

Postdoctoral Researcher

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Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Fakultät für Betriebswirtschaft
Institut für Strategie, Technologie und Organisation
Kaulbachstr. 45
80539 München

Room: 308
Phone: +49 89 2180 6791

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Biography

Professional Experience

  • Since 04/2022: Postdoctoral Researcher, ISTO, LMU Munich School of Management

Education

  • Ph.D. in Management & Entrepreneurship, TUM School of Management (12/2017-06/2022)
  • M.Sc. in Management & Technology, TUM School of Management (10/2015-11/2017)
  • Intermediate Examination in Civil Law & Public Law, LMU Faculty of Law (10/2013-10/2015)
  • B.Sc. in Management & Technology, TUM School of Management (10/2011-06/2015)

Extended CV

 CV Benedikt Seigner

Research

Research Interests

  • Strategic Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Textanalysis
  • Sociology
  • Online Platforms

Published Papers

  • Seigner, B. D. C., Milanov, H., & McKenny A. (2022). “Who Can Claim Innovation and Benefit from It?
    Gender and Expectancy Violations in Reward-Based Crowdfunding,” Strategic Entrepreneurship
    Journal. doi: 10.1002/sej.1426
  • Lundmark, E., Milanov, H., & Seigner, B. D. C. (2022). Can it be measured? A quantitative assessment of
    critiques of the entrepreneurship literature. Journal of Business Venturing Insights. doi:
    10.1016/j.jbvi.2021.e00301

Working Papers

  • Seigner, B. D. C., Milanov, H., & Lundmark, E. “Tweeting Like Elon? The Effects of Ventures’ Social Position in Employing Linguistic Confrontation on Social Media Engagement” (2nd R&R at Journal of Business Venturing, since March 2022)
  • Seigner, B. D. C. & Reetz, D. “The Effects of Age Bias and Homophily in Platform Markets”

Teaching