Publications

Working Papers

Leitner, S. (2024). On the effects of decision-making modes on organizational resilience.

Leitner, S., & Wall. F. (2024). Agent-based technologies for research and practical use in management: Integrative perspectives.

Wall, F., Chen S.-H., Leitner, S. (2024). Agent-based modeling and simulation for bridging the micro-macro divide in management science: An introduction.

Reinwald, P., Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2023). Performance-based pay and limited information access. An agent-based model of the hidden action problem.

Ali, R., Qaiser, S., El-Kholany, M., Eftekhari, P., Gebser, M., Leitner, S., & Friedrich, G. (2024). A greedy search based ant colony optimization algorithm for large-scale semiconductor production.

Leitner, S. (2024). Emergent task allocation and incentives: An agent-based model. Central European Journal of Operations Research, in press. [preprint]

Khodzhimatov, R., Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2024). Effects of modularity on the organizational performance in presence of conformity. International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior. [preprint]

Jannach, D., Leitner, S. (2024). Agent-based modeling in e-commerce. In The Oxford Handbook of Agent-based Computational Management Science, Oxford University Press, Oxford, available online first. [preprint]

Leitner, S. (2024). Corporate Investment. Advancing theoretical perspectives using agent-based techniques. In The Oxford Handbook of Agent-based Computational Management Science, Oxford University Press, Oxford, available online first. [preprint]

Blanco-Fernandez, D., Leitner, S., Rausch, A. (2024). Interactions between dynamic team composition and coordination. An agent-based modeling approach. Review of Managerial Science, available online first. [code][dataset]

Leitner, S. (2024). Building resilient organizations: The roles of top-down vs. bottom-up organizing. In Advances in Social Simulation, Proceedings of the 18th Social Simulation Conference, European Social Simulation Association, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, forthcoming. [preprint]

Banihashemi, A., Leitner, S., Rausch, A., Mödritscher, G. (2024). A comparative analysis of open and closed strategy-making: A simulation study. In Advances in Social Simulation, Proceedings of the 18th Social Simulation Conference, European Social Simulation Association, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, forthcoming. [preprint]

Fišar, M., Greiner, B., Huber, C., Katok, E., Ozkes, A., & Management Science Reproducibility Collaboration (2024). Reproducibility in Management Science. Management Science, 70(3), pp. 1343-1356 (note: member of the Management Science Reproducibility Collaboration).

2023

Leitner, S. (2023). Collaborative search and autonomous task allocation in organizations of learning agents. In Advances in Social Simulation, Proceedings of the 17th Social Simulation Conference, European Social Simulation Association, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, pp. 345-357, Springer, Cham.

Khodzhimatov, R., Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2023). Controlling replication via the belief system in multi-unit organizations. In Advances in Social Simulation, Proceedings of the 17th Social Simulation Conference, European Social Simulation Association, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, pp. 359-370, Springer, Cham.

Blanco-Fernandez, D., Leitner, S., Rausch, A. (2023). The benefits of coordination in adaptive teams. In Advances in Social Simulation, Proceedings of the 17th Social Simulation Conference, European Social Simulation Association, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, pp. 435-447, Springer, Cham.

Blanco-Fernandez, D., Leitner, S., & Rausch, A. (2023). The effects of group adaptation on task performance: An agent-based approach. PLoS ONE, 18(8), e0290578.

Blanco-Fernandez, D., Leitner, S., & Rausch, A. (2023). Interactions between the individual and the group level in organizations: The case of learning and group turnover. Central European Journal of Operations Research, in press. (arXiv)

2022

Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2022). Micro-level dynamics in hidden action situations with limited information. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, in press. [preprint]

Khodzhimatov, R., Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2022). Interactions between social norms and incentive mechanisms in organizations. In Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, Norms, and Ethics for Governance of Multi-Agent Systems XIV. COINE 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 13239, pp. 111-126, Springer, Cham. [preprint]

Ghanem, N., Leitner, S., Jannach, D. (2022). Balancing consumer and business value of recommender systems: A simulation-based analysis. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, in press. [preprint]

Blanco-Fernandez, D., Leitner, S., & Rausch, A. (2022). Autonomous group formation of heterogeneous agents in complex task environments. In Advances in Social Simulation, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, pp. 131-144, Springer, Cham.

Reinwald, P., Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2022). Effects of limited heterogeneous memory in hidden-action situations. In Advances in Social Simulation, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, pp. 119-129, Springer, Cham. [preprint]

Blanco-Fernandez, D., Leitner, S., & Rausch, A. (2022). Multi-level Adaptation of Distributed Decision-Making Agents in Complex Task Environments. In MABS2021: Multi-Agent-Based Simulation XXII, pp. 29-41, Springer, Cham. [preprint]

2021

Adomavicius, G., Jannach, D., Leitner, S., & Zhang, J. (2021). Understanding longitudinal dynamics of recommender systems with agent-based modeling and simulation. Proceedings of the Workshop on Simulation Methods for Recommender Systems (SimuRec) at ACM RecSys ’21. (arXiv)

Khodzhimatov, R., Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2021). On the effect of social norms on performance in teams with distributed decision makers. In Social, Cultural and Behavioral Modeling, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp. 299-147. Springer Nature Switzerland AG.

Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2021). Decision-facilitating information in hidden-action setups: An agent-based approachJournal of Economic Interaction and Coordination16(2), 323-358.

Leitner, S., Gula, B., Jannach, D., Krieg-Holz, U., & Wall, F. (2021). Understanding the dynamics emerging from infodemics: a call to action for interdisciplinary researchSN Business & Economics1(1), 1-18.

Blanco-Fernandez, D., Leitner, S., & Rausch, A. (2021). Dynamic coalitions in complex task environments. To change or not to change a winning team? Proceedings of the Operational Research Society Simulation Workshop 2021 (SW21), 345-355.

2020

Wall, F., & Leitner, S. (2020). Agent-based Computational Economics in Management Accounting Research: Opportunities and DifficultiesJournal of Management Accounting Research 33(3), 189-212.

van de Heijning, J., Leitner, S., & Rausch, A. (2020). On the Effectiveness of Minisum Approval Voting in an Open Strategy Setting: An Agent-Based ApproachSIMUL2020: The Twelfth International Conference on Advances in System Simulation, 42-47.

Reinwald, P., Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2020). An Agent-Based Model of Delegation Relationships with Hidden-Action: On the Effects of Heterogeneous Memory on PerformanceSIMUL2020: The Twelfth International Conference on Advances in System Simulation, 37-41.

Leitner, S. (2020). On the dynamics emerging from pandemics and infodemicsMind & Society, Collection: Pandemic 2020 and other disasters: What can we do with COVID19?, 20(1), 135-141.

2018

Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2018). An agent-based variant of the standard hidden-action model. Proceedings of the 9th Vienna Conference on Mathematical Modelling.

2017

Leitner, S., Rausch, A., & Behrens, D. A. (2017). Distributed investment decisions and forecasting errors: An analysis based on a multi-agent simulation model. European Journal of Operational Research258(1), 279-294.

Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2017). Koordination mehrfacher Zielsetzungen als eine Besonderheit des Controllings in internationalen Unternehmen. In Internationale Rechnungslegung und Internationales Controlling (pp. 303-320). Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden.

2015

Leitner, S., & Behrens, D. A. (2015). On the fault (in) tolerance of coordination mechanisms for distributed investment decisions. Central European Journal of Operations Research23(1), 251-278.

Leitner, S., & Behrens, D. A. (2015). On the efficiency of hurdle rate-based coordination mechanismsMathematical and Computer Modelling of Dynamical Systems21(5), 413-431.

Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2015). Simulation-based research in management accounting and control: an illustrative overviewJournal of Management Control26(2), 105-129.

Leitner, S., Brauneis, A., & Rausch, A. (2015). Shared investment projects and forecasting errors: setting framework conditions for coordination and sequencing data quality activitiesPloS one10(3), e0121362.

Leitner, S., Brauneis, A., & Rausch, A. (2015). Does collaboration pay? An investigation for the domain of distributed investment decisions. In Advances in Artificial Economics (pp. 1-13). Springer, Cham.

2014

Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2014). Multiobjective decision making policies and coordination mechanisms in hierarchical organizations: results of an agent-based simulationThe Scientific World Journal2014.

Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2014). Coordination Mechanisms in Multi Objective Setups: Results of an Agent-Based Simulation. In International Workshop on Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in Agent Systems (pp. 132-147). Springer, Cham.

Leitner, S., & Behrens, D. A. (2014). On the robustness of coordination mechanisms for investment decisions involving ‘incompetent’agents. In Artificial economics and self organization (pp. 191-203). Springer, Cham.

Leitner, S. (2014). A simulation analysis of interactions among intended biases in costing systems and their effects on the accuracy of decision-influencing informationCentral European Journal of Operations Research22(1), 113-138.

2012

Leitner, S. (2012). Information Quality and Management Accounting (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, Vol. 664). Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer.

Leitner, S. (2012). Interactions among biases in costing systems: A simulation approach. In Managing market complexity (pp. 209-220). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Wall, F., & Leitner, S. (2012). Die Relevanz der Nachhaltigkeit für unternehmerische EntscheidungenControlling24(4-5), 255-260.

2011

Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2011). Unexpected positive effects of complexity on performance in multiple criteria setups. In Operations Research Proceedings 2010 (pp. 577-582). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Leitner, S., & Wall, F. (2011). Effectivity of multi criteria decision-making in organisations: results of an agent-based simulation. In Emergent results of artificial economics (pp. 79-90). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.