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Decker-Lange, Carolin (2019). Family Structure and Ownership Transition as “Polar Opposites”: An Emotional Embeddedness Perspective. In: Lossau, Julia; Warnke, Ingo H. and Schmidt-Brücken, Daniel eds. Spaces of Dissention. Towards a New Perspective on Contradiction. Springer VS, pp. 99–111.

Decker, Carolin (2017). Multi-family offices across the globe: Recent developments and future research. In: Kellermanns, Franz and Hoy, Frank eds. The Routledge Companion to Family Business. Routledge, pp. 195–207.

Decker, Carolin; Heinrichs, Katharina; Jaskiewicz, Peter and Rau, Sabine B. (2017). What do we know about succession in family businesses? Mapping current knowledge and unexplored territory. In: Kellermanns, Franz and Hoy, Frank eds. The Routledge Companion to Family Business. Routledge, pp. 15–44.

Mellewigt, T. and Decker, C. (2006). Messung des Organisationserfolgs. In: von Werder, A.; Stoeber, H. and Grundei, J. eds. Organisations-Controlling. Wiesbaden: Gabler, pp. 51–82.

Decker, C. and van der Velden, R. (2006). Desinvestition von Unternehmensteilen aus der Sicht des Ressourcen- und Kompetenzansatzes. In: Burmann, C; Freiling, J and Huelsmann, M eds. Neue Perspektiven des Strategischen Kompetenzmanagements. Wiesbaden: Gabler, pp. 221–242.

Mellewigt, Thomas and Decker, Carolin (2004). The role of the corporate headquarters in fostering knowledge synergies: A resource-based view. In: Wildemann, Horst ed. Organisation und Personal. Festschrift für Rolf Bühner. München: TCM, pp. 721–749.

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Decker-Lange, Carolin; Singer, Marie-Noëlle and Schrader, Florian (2019). Balancing evolving logics: business model change in the Leibniz research museums. Science and Public Policy, 46(3) pp. 430–440.

Meier, Matthias; Lütkewitte, Martina; Mellewigt, Thomas and Decker, Carolin (2016). How managers can build trust in strategic alliances: a meta-analysis on the central trust-building mechanisms. Journal of Business Economics, 86(3) pp. 229–257.

Decker, Carolin and Lange, Knut S. G. (2016). The global field of multi-family offices: An institutionalist perspective. Journal of Financial Services Marketing, 21(1) pp. 64–75.

Decker, Carolin and Günther, Christina (2016). Coordinating family entrepreneurship: When money seeks opportunity. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, 8(1) pp. 46–61.

Mellewigt, Thomas and Decker, Carolin (2014). Costs of partner search and selection in strategic alliances. Journal of Business Economics, 84(1) pp. 71–97.

Wessel, Stephan; Decker, Carolin; Lange, Knut S.G. and Hack, Andreas (2014). One size does not fit all: Entrepreneurial families’ reliance on family offices. European Management Journal, 32(1) pp. 37–45.

Schüßler, Elke; Decker, Carolin and Lerch, Frank (2013). Networks of clusters: A governance perspective. Industry and Innovation, 20(4) pp. 357–377.

Decker, Carolin and Lange, Knut S.G. (2013). Exploring a secretive organization: What can we learn about family offices from the public sphere? Organizational Dynamics, 42(4) pp. 298–306.

Mellewigt, Thomas; Decker, Carolin and Eckhard, Björn (2012). What drives contract design in strategic alliances? Taking stock and how to proceed. Zeitschrift fuer Betriebswirtschaft, 82(7-8) pp. 839–864.

Decker, Carolin; Welpe, Isabell M. and Ankenbrand, Bernd H. (2011). How to motivate people to put their money where their mouth is: What makes employees participate in electronic prediction markets? Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 78(6) pp. 1002–1015.

Mellewigt, Thomas and Decker, Carolin (2009). Wissensmanagement (Sammelrezension) [Knowledge Management (Book Review)]. Die Betriebswirtschaft [Business Administration Review], 69(5) pp. 613–631.

Weller, Ingo; Mellewigt, Thomas and Decker, Carolin (2008). De-diversification in Germany: Some critical remarks on Nicolai/Thomas (2006). Schmalenbach Business Review, 60(2) pp. 205–210.

Decker, Carolin and Mellewigt, Thomas (2007). Thirty Years After Michael E. Porter: What Do We Know About Business Exit? Academy of Management Perspectives, 21(2) pp. 41–55.

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Decker-Lange, Carolin (2017). Promoting Impact and Intellectual Curiosity: A Problem- and Inquiry-Based Approach to Management and Entrepreneurship Education. In: 21st Interdisciplinary Conference on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Mittelstand (G-Forum), 4-6 Oct 2017, Wuppertal, Germany.

Singer, Noëlle; Brüning, Hendrikje and Decker-Lange, Carolin (2017). Do They Fit? Institutional Logics and Fit among the Leibniz Research Museums. In: British Academy of Management Conference, 6 Sep 2017, Warwick, UK.

Singer, Noëlle; Brüning, Hendrikje and Decker-Lange, Carolin (2017). The Impact of Institutional Logics: Fit Dimensions in the Network of German Research Museums. In: 33rd EGOS Colloquium, 7 Jul 2017, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Decker, Carolin; Singer, Noëlle and Schrader, Florian (2017). Business Model Change in German Research Museums: Cultural Goods, Pressures for Performance and Political Purposes. In: 41st Workshop of the Wissenschaftliche Kommission Organisation im Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., 16 Feb 2017, Hamburg, Germany.

Decker, Carolin; Singer, Noëlle and Schrader, Florian (2016). Political Pressures and Resource Dependence: Business Model Innovation in the Leibniz Research Museums. In: 2nd Research Area [X] ‘Networks’ Workshop of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, 29 Nov 2016, Bochum, Germany.

Decker, Carolin; Singer, Noëlle and Schrader, Florian (2016). Power and Business Model Change in Cultural Organizations in Germany. In: 32nd EGOS Colloquium, 7 Jul 2016, Naples, Italy.

Decker, Carolin (2015). Family Offices Around the World: Practices and Research Questions. In: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 8 Aug 2015, Vancouver, Canada.

Decker, Carolin and Günther, Christina (2014). Family Ownership and Innovation: A Contingency Perspective. In: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 5 Aug 2014, Philadelphia, USA.

Decker, Carolin and Lange, Knut (2014). The Global Field of Multi-Family Offices: Business Models as Communication Devices. In: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 5 Aug 2014, Philadelphia, USA.

Mellewigt, Thomas; Hoetker, Glenn and Decker, Carolin (2014). Does It Matter If You Got It Wrong? Governance Misalignment, Opportunism and Performance. In: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 5 Aug 2014, Philadelphia, USA.

Decker, Carolin and Günther, Christina (2014). The Heterogeneity of Family-Owned Companies and Its Influence on Innovation: Evidence from the German Machine Tool Industry. In: 76th Annual Meeting of the Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., 12 Jun 2014, Leipzig, Germany.

Decker, Carolin and Günther, Christina (2014). Family Ownership and Innovation: A Contingency Perspective. In: Workshop of the Wissenschaftliche Kommission Organisation im Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., 28 Feb 2014, Jena, Germany.

Decker, Carolin and Günther, Christina (2013). Corporate Ownership and Innovation: (How) Do Owner Families Matter? In: Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, 29 Jun 2013, Milan, Italy.

Decker, Carolin and Günther, Christina (2013). Coordinating Family Entrepreneurship: When Money Seeks Opportunity. In: 2nd Inter-disciplinary Workshop on Decentralization and Networks, 18-19 Apr 2013, Siegen, Germany.

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Eiben, Jan; Blaumoser, Martin and Decker, Carolin (2012). Unternehmenssanierung und Krisenbewältigung aus Bankensicht. Bayern Consult Unternehmensberatung GmbH.

Decker, Carolin; Bresser, Rudi K. F. and Mellewigt, Thomas (2010). Strategic or Status quo-Preserving Business Exit: (How) Do CEO Turnover and Succession Matter? Discussion Papers 2010/25, Freie Universitaet Berlin, School of Business and Economics.

Decker, Carolin and Mellewigt, Thomas (2007). The Drivers and Implications of Business Exit – An Application and Extension of Prior Findings. Research Center SFB 649 (“Economic Risk“) Discussion Paper Series, 2007-054, Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin.

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