M. A. Torben Kölpin
Torben Kölpin studierte Dienstleistungsmanagement mit dem Schwerpunkt soziale Dienstleistungen an der Universität Vechta. Anschließend wechselte er 2015 an die Hochschule Emden/Leer, um den Master Business Management zu absolvieren. Diesen schloss er im Jahr 2017 erfolgreich ab. Seit April 2017 nimmt er einen Lehrauftrag an der Universität Vechta im Studiengang Management Sozialer Dienstleistungen wahr.
Sein Forschungsschwerpunkt liegt primär im Bereich der Unterrepräsentanz von Frauen in Führungspositionen in sozialen Dienstleistungen.
Leadership and Cooperation in Growing Teams Gerald Eisenkopf, Torben Kölpin
The admission of new members challenges cooperation and coordination within successful teams. To study the behavioral impact of such immigration, we divide our experimental participants into two teams. In each team the members contribute to a club good, and all participants can compare contributions and payoffs across teams. In one of the two teams the random allocation of a leader enhances the cooperation among its members. The experimental treatments either vary the leader’s team size exogenously or allow for migration between the teams. By design, new team members do not impose any direct monetary costs to the incumbents. We observe that leaders show more courage with increasing team size, fostering both cooperation and immigration. However, the leader’s impact on the contribution of followers decreases in team size. A voting mechanism that restricts immigration increases per-capita contributions. In this case incumbent team members sacrifice economic benefits from potential entrants in order to maintain intra-team cooperation.
Public Goods Game, Group Change, Cooperation, Group Size, Leading-by-example
It wasn't me - unfair decision making and not standing up for it Robert Gillenkirch, Torben Kölpin, Vanessa Mertins
Managers must regularly take unpleasant decisions which affect others. In such situations, individuals are known to shift blame. We use two variants of the dictator game experiment: in the first setting, decision-makers choose the allocation and can lie about their responsibility for the resulting token distribution. In the second game, the allocation is decided by rolling a die while dictators can choose to misrepresent the result. Our results confirm that dictators who favor themselves more also lie more often to conceal their responsibility. This effect is stronger for women than men, although women generally treat recipients more generously.
Lying, Responsibility, Decision-making, Dictator-game, Gender differences
|November 2019:||Personnel, Innovation, and Education Economists Network Meeting in Nürnberg (Germany)||Forschungsvortrag|
|September 2019:||14th Nordic Conference on Behavioral and Experimental Economics in Kiel (Germany)||Forschungsvortrag|
|September 2019:||Gesellschaft für experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung (GfeW) in Düsseldorf (Germany)||Forschungsvortrag|
|Januar 2019:||Vechta Workshop on Social Behavior in Vechta (Germany)||Posterpräsentation|
|September 2018:||Gesellschaft für experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung (GfeW) in Paderborn (Germany)||Forschungsvortrag|
|Juni 2018:||Maastricht Behavioral Experimental Economics Symposium (M-BEES) in Maastricht (Netherlands)||Beihörer|
|November 2017:||Personnel, Innovation, and Education Economists Network Meeting in Wuppertal (Germany)||Forschungsvortrag|
|Februar 2020:||Academic Writing||with Prof. Dr. Oliver Fabel|
|September 2019:||Identification Through Experiments: The Case of Gender Differences in the Labor Market and the study of Charitable Giving in Bergen (Norway)||with Prof. Dr. Lise Vesterlund|
|Juli 2018:||Summer School on Economic Psychology and Experimental Economics in Saratov (Russia)||with Prof. Dr. Ido Erev & Michael Bar-Eli and more|
|Februar 2018:||zTree-Course in Konstanz (Germany)||with Prof. Dr. Urs Fischbacher|
|September 2017:||VHB-Pro-Dok. Experimental Research and Behavioral Decision Making in Berlin (Germany)||with Prof. Dr. Christian D. Schade|