Team

Professorship holder

Building H 1, Room 2140
Telephone 040-6541-2772
Fax 040-6541-2090
Email: claudia.fantapie [at] hsu-hh.de

Office hours
by appointment



Claudia Fantapié Altobelli is Professor of Business Administration and Marketing at Helmut-Schmidt-University in Hamburg, where she has been on faculty since 1995. At Helmut-Schmidt-University she covers the fields of marketing research, international marketing, media and advertising in research and teaching. Among others, she has done research in the fields of online marketing, international branding and virtual advertising. Currently, her main research field is marketing research with a focus on consumer neuroscience.


Research staff



Building H 1, Room 1231
Telephone 040-6541-2686
Email: hardenberg@hsu-hh.de

Building H 1, Room 2141
Telephone 040-6541-3430

Office hours
By appointment

Title of the dissertation
Success Factor of TV Series

Secretariat



Building H 1, Room 2128
Telephone 040-6541-2375
Email: huebner@hsu-hh.de

Research assistants

Building H 1, Room 2142
Telephone 040-6541-3672
Email: khazaeip@hsu-hh.de

Title of the dissertation
Factors affecting consumers’ perceived risk towards conducting remote mobile payment



Building H 1, Room 2104
Telephone 040-6541-3814
Email: carmen.otto@hsu-hh.de

Military assistants


Email: jessicapaul@hsu-hh.de

Former staff



Email: langhinrichs@hsu-hh.de

Title of the dissertation
Self-perception as a determinant of gender (A)typical career choices.

Related Presentations/ Activities:

Birthe Langhinrichs (25.06.-27.06.2019): Perceptions of occupational attributes and the impact of gender stereotypes on occupational advancement – The case of women in non-traditional employment roles. 18th Gender and Education Association Conference, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.

Birthe Langhinrichs (13.06.-16.06.2018): Self-perception as a determinant of non-traditional vocational choices – The case of women in male-dominated occupations. 10th Biennal Gender, Work & Organization Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Birthe Langhinrichs (03.05.2018): Self-perception and perception by others as determinants for a gender-atypical career choice. Poster presentation. Research Day of the Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg, Germany.


Title of the dissertation
Ethical, social and fair consumption in fashion: a behavioral analysis based on the Theory of Planned Behavior

Title of the dissertation
Application of Neuroscientific Methods to Organizational Behavior and Public Management

Related Presentations/Activities

Fabian Hattke, David Hensel and Janne Kalucza (09.-13.08.2019): Emotional Responses to Bureaucratic Red Tape. 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, USA.

Fabian Hattke, David Hensel, Janne Kalucza, Cordelia Mühlbach and Judith Znanewitz (23.-24.05.2018): Emotional Responses to Bureaucratic Red Tape. Public Administration Review (PAR) Symposium on Behavioral Approaches to Bureaucratic Red Tape and Administrative Burden, George Washington University & Trachtenberg School, Washington, USA.

Judith Znanewitz, Lisa Braun, David Hensel and Claudia Fantapié Altobelli (03.06.2016): A Critical Comparison of Selected Implicit Measurement Methods. 12th Annual NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference „Back to Bonn: The role of neurophysiology and behavior in judgement and decision making“, Center for Economics and Neuroscience of the University of Bonn, Germany.

Participation in the fourth edition of the Neuromarketing World Forum (25.-27.03.2015) in

Barcelona, Spain.

Related Publications

Fabian Hattke, David Hensel and Janne Kalucza (2019): Emotional Responses to Bureaucratic Red Tape, in: Public Administration Review, Vol. 80, No. 1, pp. 53-63, https://doi.org/10.1111/puar.13116 .

Julia Asseburg, Judith Hattke, David Hensel, Fabian Homberg and Rick Vogel (2019): The tacit dimension of public sector attraction in multi-incentive settings, in: Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 41-59, https://doi.org/10.1093/jopart/muz004 .

Fabian Hattke, David Hensel and Janne Kalucza (2019): Emotional Responses to Bureaucratic Red Tape, in: Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Vol. 2019, No. 1, https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2019.134 .

Judith Znanewitz, Lisa Braun, David Hensel, Claudia Fantapié Altobelli and Fabian Hattke (2018): A critical comparison of selected implicit measurement methods, in: Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, 2018, Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 249-266, http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/npe0000086 .

Fantapié Altobelli, C., Hensel, D. (2018): Ethics as a quality feature in neuroscience market research, in: Keller et al. (eds.): Quality and Data Science in Market Research, pp. 61-80.

David Hensel, Ana Iorga, Lisa Wolter, and Judith Znanewitz (2017): Conducting Neuromarketing Studies Ethically – Practitioner Perspectives, in: Cogent Psychology, 2017, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 1-13, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23311908.2017.1320858 .

David Hensel, Lisa Wolter, and Judith Znanewitz (2016): A Guideline for Ethical Aspects in Conducting Neuromarketing Studies, in: Thomas, A.R., Pop, N.A., Iorga, A.M., and Ducu, C. (Eds.): Ethics and Neuromarketing – Implications for Market Research and Business Practice, pp. 65-87, Springer International Publishing, http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-45609-6_4.

Claudia Fantapié Altobelli, Judith Znanewitz and David Hensel (2015): Trend Research, in: Wisu – Das Wirtschaftsstudium, 2015, No. 5, pp.564-568.

Awards

Best Paper Award of the VHB WK ÖBWL 2019 for the study “The Tacit Dimension of Public Sector Attraction in Multi-Incentive Settings”

Carlo Masini Award for Innovative Scholarship by the Public and Nonprofit Division of Academy of Management, Annual Meeting in Boston 2019, for the study „Emotional Responses to Bureaucratic Red Tape“

Nomination for the Carolyn B. Dexter Award for the Best International Conference Paper of Academy of Management, Annual Meeting in Boston 2019, for the study „Emotional Responses to Bureaucratic Red Tape“


Title of the dissertation
Benefits by Stereotypic Association: Country Ethnocentrism and Willingness-to-Pay. A Comparative Study on Country-of-Origin Effects across Nations.



Email: goltz@hsu-hh.de

Career

  • since 09/2007 Lecturer for special tasks at the Helmut-Schmidt-University; methods of empirical social research and statistics
  • 2006-2007 Research assistant at Bauhaus-University Weimar; research project on the development of European big cities after 1989
  • 2004-2006 Lecturer for special tasks at the FU Berlin; Institute of Geographical Sciences
  • 2003-2004 Research assistant at the Institute for Applied Research for Family, Children and Youth in Vehlefanz; research project on the measurement of school quality
  • 2001 Doctorate (Dr. rer. nat.) at the University of Potsdam
  • 1992-2003 Research and teaching at the University of Potsdam; Institute of Geography and Chair of Methods of Empirical Social Research
  • 1991-1993 Consultant for state and regional planning at the state of Brandenburg; Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Regional Planning
  • 1986-1991 Studies of mathematics and geography in Potsdam


Goltz, E. and Trellert, U. (2009): Housing situation and housing satisfaction of older people in rented apartments in the Gerswalde district – Perspectives on age-appropriate living. In: Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs and Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development [Eds]: Demographic change in rural areas. BBSR- online publication 34. pp. 61-72.

Born, K. M. and Goltz, E. (2007): The migration of the elderly into peripheral areas – A key to regional development? A case study from East Germany with potential implications for the Mediterranean. In Roca, Zoran D., T., Terkenli, T., Plieninger, T., Höchtl, F [Eds] (2006): European Landscapes and Landscapes: The Mediterranean and Beyond. Lisbon, pp. 265-278.

Ziener, K., Carstensen, I. and E. Goltz [Eds.] (2005): Moving Spaces. Highlights of multi-disciplinary understandings of space. Self-published by the Institutes of Human Geography and Geoinformatics at the University of Potsdam.  Praxis Kultur- und Sozialgeographie 36. p. 207.

Goltz, E. and Stachen, J. (2005): “Best Ager” – An opportunity for the periphery? – Spatial consequences of the migration of older people. In: Ziener, K., Carstensen, I. and E. Goltz [Eds.]: Moving Spaces. Highlights of multi-disciplinary understandings of space. Self-published by the Institutes of Human Geography and Geoinformatics at the University of Potsdam.  Praxis Kultur- und Sozialgeographie 36. pp. 171-183.

Goltz, E. and Born, K. M. (2005): Immigration of older people into rural areas – a study from Brandenburg. In: Geographical survey. Vol. 57. issue 3. pp. 52-57.

Born, K. M, Goltz, E. and G. Saupe (2004): Migration motives of older people. A different view on the development problems of peripheral areas in Brandenburg. In: Spatial Research and Planning. Issue 2. 2004. pp. 109-120.

Goltz, E. (2001): Regional population processes in the sphere of action of municipal actors – examples from rural peripheral areas of Brandenburg / District of Prignitz. Potsdam Geographical Research 20. Potsdam. 160 pages, appendix.

Goltz, E. and Sitter, R. (2001): Regional differences in violent crime in the state of Brandenburg: empirical analysis based on selected structural data. Potsdam contributions to social research 14. Potsdam.

Holtmann, D., Holtmann, E., Görl, T., Goltz, E., Buchheister, C. (2002): On the prevention of crime, violence and xenophobia by the committees of municipal crime prevention in the state of Brandenburg. Potsdam contributions to social research 15. Potsdam.


Email: znanewitz@hsu-hh.de

Related Presentations/Activities

Fabian Hattke, Fabian Homberg and Judith Znanewitz (08.2017): Retaining employees – A study on work values of the millennial generation. 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Fabian Hattke, Fabian Homberg and Judith Znanewitz (06.2017): Retaining employees – A study on work values of the millennial generation. European Academy of Management (EURAM), University of Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow, Scotland

Rick Vogel, Fabian Hattke and Judith Znanewitz (21.04.2017): Some lead, some follow: Leadership and followership in the military. 21th Annual IRSPM Conference “The Culture and Context of Public Management”, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

Fabian Hattke, Fabian Homberg and Judith Znanewitz (17.02.2017): Retaining employees – A study on work values of the millennial generation. 41st Workshop of the Scientific Commission Organization (WK ORG), University of Hamburg, Germany.

Judith Znanewitz, Lisa Braun, David Hensel and Claudia Fantapié Altobelli (03.06.2016): A Critical Comparison of Selected Implicit Measurement Methods. 12th Annual NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference „Back to Bonn: The role of neurophysiology and behavior in judgement and decision making“, Center for Economics and Neuroscience of the University of Bonn, Germany

Fabian Hattke, Rick Vogel and Judith Znanewitz (14.04.2016): Satisfied with Red Tape? Leadership Styles and Career Intention in the Federal Armed Forces Germany. 20th Annual IRSPM Conference “Collaborative, Globalized and Interdisciplinary: Moving the Public Management Debate Forward”, City University of Hong Kong and The Polytechnic University of Hong Kong, China

Visiting Researcher at the Department of Leadership, Strategy and Organization at Bournemouth University, England (March 2016)

Judith Znanewitz (03.09.2015): Employer attractiveness factors and trends of Generation Y, using the example of the Bundeswehr. @usBILDUNGSzeit – (Aus)Bildungskongress der Bundeswehr (Panel WISSENSCHAFT- Grundlagen und Entwicklungen), Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg, Germany.

Participation in the fourth edition of the Neuromarketing World Forum (25-27.03.2015) in Barcelona, Spain

Related Publications

Julia Asseburg, Judith Hattke, David Hensel, Fabian Homberg and Rick Vogel (2019): The tacit dimension of public sector attraction in multi-incentive settings, in: Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (forthcoming).

Judith Znanewitz, Lisa Braun, David Hensel, Claudia Fantapié Altobelli and Fabian Hattke (2018): A critical comparison of selected implicit measurement methods, in: Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, 2018, Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 249-266, http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/npe0000086 .

Judith Znanewitz (2017): Pro-social rule-breaking by superiors to retain employees? Bureaucracy and (inner) Leadership in the German Armed Forces, in: Discussion Papers of the Institute of Marketing (ISSN 2193-8482), 2017, No. 9, pp. 1-44.

Fabian Hattke, Rick Vogel and Judith Znanewitz (2017): Satisfied with red tape? Leadership, civic duty, and career intention in the military, in: Public Management Review, 2017, pp.1-24, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14719037.2017.1335341 .

David Hensel, Ana Iorga, Lisa Wolter and Judith Znanewitz (2017): Conducting neuromarketing studies ethically – practitioner perspectives, in: Cogent Psychology, 2017, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 1-13, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23311908.2017.1320858 .

Judith Znanewitz und Kim Gilch (2016): Storytelling – A guideline and an application in the Bundeswehr’s (personnel) marketing, in: transfer: Werbeforschung & Praxis, 2016, No. 4, pp. 30-35.

David Hensel, Lisa Wolter and Judith Znanewitz (2016): A Guideline for Ethical Aspects in Conducting Neuromarketing Studies, in: Thomas, A.R., Pop, N.A., Iorga, A.M., and Ducu, C. (Eds.): Ethics and Neuromarketing – Implications for Market Research and Business Practice, pp. 65-87, Springer International Publishing, http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-45609-6_4 .

Fabian Hattke, Rick Vogel and Judith Znanewitz (2016): Satisfied with Red Tape? Leadership Styles and Career Intention in the Federal Armed Forces Germany, Proceedings of the 20th Annual International IRSPM Conference “Collaborative, Globalized and Interdisciplinary: Moving the Public Management Debate Forward”, City University of Hong Kong and The Polytechnic University of Hong Kong, China, http://programme.exordo.com/irspm2016/delegates/presentation/190/.

Judith Znanewitz, Birthe Langhinrichs and Claudia Fantapié Altobelli (2016): Personnel marketing – the ideas behind the campaign, in: Reader Security policy, August 2016, pp. 1-10, https://www.bmvg.de/portal/a/bmvg/!ut/p/c4/bY5BjsIwDEXPwgFIWmlAMDuYsoAlGyibym1NapE4lWNgw-FJkWaHLX1Zevb3txebm-FBDpQig7dnW3f02z5NGx7OJOoGlAFJ0xg9Kd0MsMM2KhpB6FGaLyuLJlCeAIVShs0A3Ps7u3RFn09MFAdM6fPSnqYIPZouMuqkiqyU1QloFDNGUT-Ru0gmhnpbF2W1Lcriv8rX5m93WK2X5U-13x4nw1HABbA1x3kHOYMdQ1g9N7PZGz5DOyg!/

Claudia Fantapié Altobelli, Judith Znanewitz and David Hensel (2015): Trend research, in: Wisu – Das Wirtschaftsstudium, 2015, No. 5, pp. 564-568.


Email: muehlbach@hsu-hh.de

Title of the dissertation
Where to look at while choosing? The repertory grid technique supplemented by eye tracking

Related Presentations/Activities

Cordelia Mühlbach und Claudia Fantapié Altobelli (07.2018): ‘Touch points’ in the application process – Two different purposes of the Repertory Grid Technique”. EPCA – European Personal Construct Association, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Cordelia Mühlbach und Claudia Fantapié Altobelli (05.2018): Perception of “touch points”. IAMPS – International Applied Military Psychology Symposium, Bucharest, Romania.

Cordelia Mühlbach (05.2018): Exploring the Decision Process Within a Triadic Comparison – The Procedure of the Repertory Grid Technique examined by Eye-Tracking. 14th NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference, Zurich, Switzerland.

Cordelia Mühlbach (07.2017): 1st Student Prize for Research on the Adaption of the Repertory Grid Method in Group Discussions. XXIInd International Congress Personal Construct Psychology, Montreal, Canada.

Cordelia Mühlbach and Thorsten Teichert (06.2017): Social Gam(bl)ing: Product Analysis from the Demanders’ Perspective. Symposium News from Gambling (Addiction) Research – Insights for Practice and Policy, Addiction Therapy Day 2017, Hamburg, Germany

Cordelia Mühlbach and Thorsten Teichert (05.2016): Convergence of Gaming and Gambling on the Internet: A position statement from a consumer perspective. Symposium of the Working Group for Gambling Addiction “Gambling in Germany – An Attempt to Determine the Current Situation ” Unna, Germany.

Related Publications

Teichert, Torsten, Mühlbach, Cordelia (2018): The Gambling Market from a Demand Perspective – Exploring Convergences in Online Gaming Products, Series “Gambling Research”., Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden.

Thorsten Teichert und Cordelia Mühlbach (2018): The second health care market: market mapping based upon consumer perception, in: Das Gesundheitswesen, 80, 247-249.

Thorsten Teichert, Sally Gainsbury und Cordelia Mühlbach (2017): Positioning of online gambling and gaming products from a consumer perspective: A blurring of perceived boundaries, in: Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 75, pp. 757-765.


Kristina S. Weißmüller is an external researcher collaborating with Prof. Dr. Fantapié Altobelli in the project “Studienanfängerbefragung”, a multi-wave study on the role of different forms of motivation as a success factor in higher education.

Currently, Kristina is a research associate at the KPM Center for Public Management at the University of Bern. Before joining KPM, she was a research associate at the Chair for Corporate Management & Corporate Theories and at the Chair of Marketing at Helmut-Schmidt-Universität / UniBW H as well as a doctoral candidate at the University of Hamburg where she specialized in behavioral economics and experimental research methods.

Her main research interest lies in the micro-foundations of corruption, strategic public management under risk (uncertainty and complexity) in PPPs, public service values and motivation, and fallacies of dysfunctional collaboration across sectors. Prior research projects addressed the psychological effects of public sector idiosyncrasies on individuals’ behavior – e.g. regarding risk taking, negotiation, PSM and leadership in higher education, as well as blaming, shaming, and accountability in public-private partnerships – with behavioral and economic research methods.

Currently, Kristina is conducting a multi-national study to reveal the micro-foundations of public sector corruption and institutional deviance (CorPuS). Please follow this link for more information on Kristina’s publications, research projects and CV: https://ksweissmueller.github.io/

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Letzte Änderung: 28. September 2021