Isabell M. Welpe mostly deals with Social psychology, Advertising, Microblogging, Stock market and Computational linguistics. Her study in the field of Construal level theory, Affect and Group dynamic is also linked to topics like Business studies and Longitudinal data. Her Advertising study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biological sex, Developmental psychology, Moderated mediation and Pleasure.
Her Microblogging research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Deliberation, Sentiment analysis, German and Context. Her Deliberation study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Federal election. Her Stock market research incorporates themes from Event study and Market reaction.
Isabell M. Welpe focuses on Social psychology, Marketing, Public relations, Knowledge management and Context. Her Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cognition and Perception. Her study on Marketing is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Employer branding and Survey data collection.
Isabell M. Welpe mainly focuses on Social psychology, Industrial organization, Public relations, Marketing and Knowledge management. Her research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Business ethics and Perception. Her studies deal with areas such as Counterproductive work behavior, Variety, Higher education, Productivity and Performance measurement as well as Business ethics.
Her research in Industrial organization tackles topics such as Business model which are related to areas like Financial services and Payment. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Human resources and Shareholder. Throughout her Knowledge management studies, Isabell M. Welpe incorporates elements of other sciences such as German, Limiting and Systems design.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Open innovation, Knowledge management, Public relations, Job design and Business model. Open innovation is intertwined with German and Sample in her research. Her Knowledge management research includes elements of Face and Relevance.
Her Public relations study which covers Scope that intersects with Marketing, Human resources and Brand equity. Her Job design research integrates issues from Construct and Organizational structure. Her Business model study incorporates themes from Environmental economics, Electricity and Microgrid.
This overview was generated by a machine learning system which analysed the scientist’s body of work. If you have any feedback, you can contact us here.
Predicting Elections with Twitter: What 140 Characters Reveal about Political Sentiment
Andranik Tumasjan;Timm Oliver Sprenger;Philipp G. Sandner;Isabell M. Welpe.
Firm networks and firm development: The role of the relational mix ☆
Christian Lechner;Michael Dowling;Isabell Welpe.
Election Forecasts With Twitter: How 140 Characters Reflect the Political Landscape
Andranik Tumasjan;Timm O. Sprenger;Philipp G. Sandner;Isabell M. Welpe.
Tweets and Trades: The Information Content of Stock Microblogs
Timm O. Sprenger;Andranik Tumasjan;Philipp G. Sandner;Isabell M. Welpe.
Emotions and Opportunities: The Interplay of Opportunity Evaluation, Fear, Joy, and Anger as Antecedent of Entrepreneurial Exploitation
Isabell M. Welpe;Matthias Spörrle;Dietmar Grichnik;Theresa Michl.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2012)
The dynamics of shared leadership: Building trust and enhancing performance.
Marcus A. Drescher;M. Audrey Korsgaard;Isabell M. Welpe;Arnold Picot.
Employer branding: A brand equity-based literature review and research agenda
Christian P. Theurer;Andranik Tumasjan;Isabell M. Welpe;Filip Lievens.
More is not always better: Effects of collaboration breadth and depth on radical and incremental innovation performance at the project level
Sebastian Kobarg;Jutta Stumpf-Wollersheim;Isabell M. Welpe.
How and why do men and women differ in their willingness to use automated cars? The influence of emotions across different age groups
Christoph Hohenberger;Matthias Spörrle;Isabell M. Welpe.
Comparing drivers, barriers, and opportunities of business models for renewable energies: A review
Maximilian Engelken;Maximilian Engelken;Benedikt Römer;Marcus Drescher;Isabell M. Welpe.
If you think any of the details on this page are incorrect, let us know.
We appreciate your kind effort to assist us to improve this page, it would be helpful providing us with as much detail as possible in the text box below: