Peter Kenning

Zeppelin University

Am Seemooser Horn 20

Friedrichshafen, Lake Constance 88045

Germany

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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On the Use of Neurophysiological Tools in IS Research: Developing a Research Agenda for NeuroIS

MIS Quarterly Vol. 36, 3, 679-702
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 31 Jul 2010 Last Revised: 14 May 2014
Temple University - Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management, Temple University - Department of Accounting, University of British Columbia (UBC) - Sauder School of Business, University of Arkansas, Indiana University - Kelley School of Business - Department of Operation & Decision Technologies, Drexel University, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities - Carlson School of Management, University of Graz, Zeppelin University, Temple University - Department of Management Information Systems, University of Graz, Johannes Kepler University Linz, University of Liechtenstein and University of Bonn
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NeuroIS, Neurophysiological tools, Psychophysiological tools, Neuroscience

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What Do People Know About the Economy? A Test of Minimal Economic Knowledge in Germany

Number of pages: 48 Posted: 17 Dec 2012
Zeppelin University - Institute of Corporate Management & Economics, Dresden University of Technology - Faculty of Economics and Business Management, Zeppelin University and Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences - Max Planck Institute for Human Development
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economic literacy, drivers, education, laypersons, minimal economic knowledge

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Drivers and Outcome of Destructive Envy Behavior in an Economic Game Setting

Schmalenbach Business Review, Vol. 65, April 2013, pp.173 - 194
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 09 Oct 2013
Inga Wobker and Peter Kenning
Zeppelin University - Institute of Corporate Management & Economics and Zeppelin University
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Envy, Emotions, Economic Decision Making, Other-Regarding Behavior