Significant Research Achievements of November 2022


Category 1 Journals (Cat. 1*):

Johannes Buggle & Stephanos Vlachos, Populist Persuasion in Electoral Campaigns: Evidence from Bryan's Unique Whistle-Stop Tour, The Economic Journal. 

Stephanos Vlachos, Mathieu Couttenier, Sophie Hatte & Mathias Thoenig, Anti-Muslim Voting and Media Coverage of Immigrant Crimes, The Review of Economics and Statistics.

Catherine Welch, Eriikka Paavilainen-Mäntymäki, Rebecca Piekkari & Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki, Reconciling theory and context: How the case study can set a new agenda for international business research, Journal of International Business Studies 53 (2022) 4–26. 

Nick Williams, Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki & Besnik A. Krasniqi, When Forced Migrants Go Home: The Journey of Returnee Entrepreneurs in the Post-conflict Economies of Bosnia & Herzegovina and Kosovo,Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 

Yannick Oskar Scherr, Mike Hewitt & Dirk Christian Mattfeld, Stochastic service network design for a platooning service provider, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 144 (2022). 

Roland Braune, Frank Benda, Karl F. Dörner & Richard Hartl, A Genetic Programming Learning Approach to Generate Dispatching Rules for Flexible Shop Scheduling Problems, International Journal of Production Economics 243 (2022). 

Alexander Kinast, Roland Braune, Karl F. Dörner, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma & Christian Weckenborg, A hybrid metaheuristic solution approach for the cobot assignment and job shop scheduling problem, Journal of Industrial Information Integration 28 (2022). 

Christa Cuchiero, Lukas Gonon, Lyudmila Grigoryeva, Juan-Pablo Ortega & Josef Teichmann, Discrete-Time Signatures and Randomness in Reservoir Computing, IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems 33, Nr 11 (2022) 6321-6330. 

Christa Cuchiero, Stefan Rigger & Sara Svaluto-Ferro, Propagation of minimality in the supercooled Stefan problem (akzeptiert für “Annals of Applied Probability”) 

Category 2 Journals (Cat. 2*):

Roland Braune, Packing-based branch-and-bound for discrete malleable task scheduling. Journal of Scheduling 25 (2022) 675–704. 

Omar Bamieh & Lennart Ziegler, Are remote work options the new standard? Evidence from vacancy postings during the COVID-19 crisis, Labour Economics 76 (2022). 



*According to the Faculty Journal List the current individual lists of the different subject areas – citation indices SSCI (Social Sciences Citation Index) & SCIE (Science Citation Index Expanded) are taken from the Web of Science (Web of Science Core Collection – Web of Science Group) and ranked according to the respective Article Influence Scores of the journals. The top 10% of the journals in these individual lists are listed as Category 1 journals. The remaining journals of the top 25% of the individual lists are assigned to Category 2.