Lutz Kaufmann mainly investigates Supply chain management, Grounded theory, Supply chain, Management science and Marketing. His Supply chain management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Originality and Value. His Grounded theory study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Negotiation.
His Management science research includes themes of Dynamic capabilities and Process management. His work in the fields of Supplier relationship management overlaps with other areas such as Government. His research in Conceptual framework tackles topics such as Emerging markets which are related to areas like Social science, Competitor analysis and International business.
Lutz Kaufmann mostly deals with Supply chain, Marketing, Supply chain management, Purchasing and Industrial organization. His Supply chain study combines topics in areas such as Procurement, Social psychology and Process management. Marketing is often connected to Emerging markets in his work.
His studies deal with areas such as Grounded theory and Management science as well as Supply chain management. His Purchasing research incorporates elements of Social exchange theory, Deception, Knowledge management and Negotiation. His research in Industrial organization intersects with topics in Multinational corporation and Conceptual framework.
Purchasing, Supply chain, Deception, Negotiation and Attribution are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Supply chain study are interwoven with issues in Procurement, Commodity and Process management. The various areas that Lutz Kaufmann examines in his Deception study include Incentive, Bluff, Social learning theory and Marketing.
When carried out as part of a general Marketing research project, his work on Leverage is frequently linked to work in New Ventures, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His studies in Attribution integrate themes in fields like Microeconomics and Opportunism. As part of the same scientific family, Lutz Kaufmann usually focuses on Big Five personality traits, concentrating on Supply chain management and intersecting with Spillover effect.
His primary scientific interests are in Purchasing, Supply chain, Negotiation, Deception and Procurement. His Purchasing research integrates issues from Situational ethics, Attribution, Liability and Supply chain management. He interconnects Big Five personality traits, Social psychology and Psychopathy in the investigation of issues within Supply chain.
His Negotiation research incorporates themes from Incentive, Bluff, Positive economics and Social learning theory. His Deception study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Marketing, Leverage and Moral disengagement. As part of his studies on Procurement, he often connects relevant subjects like Process management.
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Intangibles: A synthesis of current research
Lutz Kaufmann;Yvonne Schneider.
Social Sustainability in Selecting Emerging Economy Suppliers
Matthias Ehrgott;Felix Reimann;Lutz Kaufmann;Craig R. Carter.
Reverse auctions--grounded theory from the buyer and supplier perspective
Craig R Carter;Lutz Kaufmann;Stewart Beall;Phillip L Carter.
Behavioral supply management: a taxonomy of judgment and decision‐making biases
Craig R. Carter;Lutz Kaufmann;Alex Michel.
Local stakeholders and local legitimacy: MNEs' social strategies in emerging economies
Felix Reimann;Matthias Ehrgott;Lutz Kaufmann;Craig R. Carter.
Liabilities of Foreignness Revisited: A Review of Contemporary Studies and Recommendations for Future Research
Nikola Denk;Lutz Kaufmann;Jan-Frederik Roesch.
International supply relationships and non-financial performance—A comparison of U.S. and German practices
Lutz Kaufmann;Craig R. Carter.
Purchasing and Supply Management— A Conceptual Framework
Deciding on the Mode of Negotiation: To Auction or Not to Auction Electronically
Lutz Kaufmann;Craig R. Carter.
HOW TO DEMONSTRATE RIGOR WHEN PRESENTING GROUNDED THEORY RESEARCH IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT LITERATURE
Lutz Kaufmann;Nikola Denk.
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