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Dr. Ferdinand Thies

Assistenzprofessor
Lehrstuhl für Entrepreneurship und Technologie
Tätigkeit
Ferdinand Thies ist Assistenzprofessor am Institut für Entrepreneurship und wurde 2017 an der Technischen Universität Darmstadt in Wirtschaftsinformatik mit Auszeichnung promoviert. Sein Forschungsinteresse umfasst Software Plattformen, Crowdfunding und Digital Entrepreneurship. Seine Forschungsarbeiten wurden in internationale Zeitschriften wie dem Journal of Small Business Management, Information Systems Journal, Journal of Information Technology, Journal of Management Information Systems und Decision Support Systems sowie internationalen Konferenzen wie der international Conference on Information Systems und European Conference on Information Systems publiziert.
Ausbildung
seit 2017

Promotion summa cum laude,
Technische Universität Darmstadt

2013 — 2017

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter,
Technische Universität Darmstadt

2009 — 2012

M.Sc. BWL
LMU München

2005 — 2009

B.Sc. BWL
LMU München

Auszeichnungen
seit 2015

Best Paper Award: European Conference on Information Systems

seit 2014

Best Paper Award Runner-Up: International Conference on Information Systems

Gutachtertätigkeiten
seit 2017

Journal of Management Information Systems (VHB:A)

seit 2017

Electronic Markets (VHB:B)

seit 2017

Journal of Business Venturing (VHB:A)

seit 2017

International Conference on Information Systems (VHB:A)

seit 2017

European Conference on Information Systems (VHB:B)

Portrait
  • Niemand, T., Angerer, M., Thies, F., Kraus, S., & Hebenstreit, R. (2018). Equity crowdfunding across borders: A conjoint experiment. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, 24(4), 911-932. (ABDC: B; ABS: 2; VHB: C)

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  • Thies, F., Wessel, M., & Benlian, A. (2018). Network effects on crowdfunding platforms: Exploring the implications of relaxing input control. Information Systems Journal, 28(6), 1239-1262. (ABDC: A*; ABS: 3; ISI: 3.862; VHB: A)

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  • Angerer, M., Niemand, T., Thies, F., & Kraus, S. (2018). Risk-reducing options in crowdinvesting: An experimental study. Journal of Small Business Strategy, forthcoming. (ABDC: C; VHB: C)

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  • Thies, F., Huber, A., Bock, C., Benlian, A., & Kraus, S. (2018). Following the Crowd — Does Crowdfunding Affect Venture Capitalists’ Selection of Entrepreneurial Ventures? Journal of Small Business Management. (ABDC: A; ABS: 3; ISI: 4.342; VHB: B)

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  • Wessel, M., Thies, F., & Benlian, A. (2017). Opening the floodgates - The implications of increasing platform openness in crowdfunding. Journal of Information Technology (JIT), 32(4), 344-360. (ABDC: A*; ABS: 3; ISI: 8.245; VHB: A)

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  • Thies, F., Wessel, M., & Benlian, A. (2016). Effects of Social Interaction Dynamics on Platforms. Journal of Management Information Systems, 33(3), 843-873. (ABDC: A*; ABS: 4; FT 50: ; ISI: 3.91; VHB: A)

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  • Wessel, M., Thies, F., & Benlian, A. (2016). The Emergence and Effects of Fake Social Information: Evidence from Crowdfunding. Decision Support Systems, 90. (ABDC: A*; ABS: 3; ISI: 4.29; VHB: B)

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  • Thies, F., Bock, C., Huber, A., Kraus, S., & Benlian, A. (2018). Do venture capitalists follow the crowd? - The relevance of crowdfunding campaigns for venture capitalists' syndication behavior. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA.

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  • Thies, F., Huber, A., Bock, C., & Benlian, A. (2017). Do Venture Capitalists Follow the Crowd? – the Relevance of Crowdfunding Campaigns for Venture Capitalists' Investment Decision. Paper presented at the EURAM Annual Conference, Glasgow, Scotland.

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  • Wessel, M., Thies, F., & Benlian, A. (2017). Competitive Positioning of Complementors on Digital Platforms: Evidence from the Sharing Economy. Paper presented at the International Conference on Information Systems, Seoul, South Korea. (VHB: A)

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  • Thies, F., Wessel, M., Rudolph, J., & Benlian, A. (2016). Personality Matters: How Signaling Personality Traits Can Influence the Adoption and Diffusion of Crowdfunding Campaigns. Paper presented at the European Conference on Information Systems, Istanbul, Turkey. (VHB: B)

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  • Wessel, M., Thies, F., & Benlian, A. (2015). A Lie Never Lives to be Old: The Effects of Fake Social Information on Consumer Decision-Making in Crowdfunding. Paper presented at the European Conference on Information Systems, Münster, Germany. (VHB: B)

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  • Wessel, M., Thies, F., & Benlian, A. (2015). The Effects of Relinquishing Control in Platform Ecosystems: Implications from a Policy Change on Kickstarter. Paper presented at the International Conference on Information Systems, Fort Worth, Texas, USA. (VHB: A)

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  • Stadler, M., Thies, F., Wessel, M., & Benlian, A. (2015). Erfolg von Crowdfunding-Kampagnen frühzeitig erkennen: Erfolgspra?diktoren auf Kickstarter und Indiegogo. Paper presented at the Wirtschaftsinformatik, Osnabrück, Germany. (VHB: C)

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  • Wessel, M., & Thies, F. (2015). The Effects of Personalization on Purchase Intentions for Online News: An Experimental Study of Different Personalization Increments. Paper presented at the European Conference on Information Systems, Münster, Germany. (VHB: B)

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  • Thies, F., & Wessel, M. (2014). The circular effects of popularity information and electronic word-of-mouth on consumer decision-making: Evidence from a crowdfunding platform. Paper presented at the European Conference on Information Systems, Tel Aviv, Israel. (VHB: B)

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  • Thies, F., Wessel, M., & Benlian, A. (2014). Understanding the Dynamic Interplay of Social Buzz and Contribution Behavior within and between Online Platforms – Evidence from Crowdfunding. Paper presented at the International Conference on Information Systems, Auckland, New Zealand. (VHB: A)

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  • Thies, F. (2017). Dynamics in Platform Ecosystems. Unpublished Dissertation, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt.

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