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Publications on the project

Project publications

(1) Hofmann, E., Hoelzl, E., Sabitzer, T., Hartl, B., Marth, S., & Penz, E. (2022). Coercive and legitimate power in the sharing economy: Examining consumers’ cooperative behavior and trust. Journal of Economic Psychology, 93, 102565, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joep.2022.102565

(2) Hofmann, E., Hartl, B., & Nienaber, A-M. (2021). Editorial: Sharing Economy and the Issue of (Dis)trust. Frontiers in Psychology. 12, 1-2. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.689722

(3) Hartl, B. & Hofmann, E. (2021). The social dilemma of car sharing – The impact of power and the role of trust in community car sharing. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. https://doi.org/10.1080/15568318.2021.1912224

(4) Marth, S., Hartl, B., Hofmann, E., Penz, E. (2020). Motives for anonymous gift-giving and its beneficiaries. Advances in Consumer Research, 48, 94 - 96.

(5) Marth, S., Sabitzer, T., Hofmann, E., Hartl, B., & Penz, E. (2020). The influence of regulation on trust and risk preference in sharing communities. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.01369
(6) Hartl, B., Kamleitner, B., & Holub, S. (2020). Take me on a ride: The role of environmentalist identity for carpooling. Psychology & Marketing, 37, 663-676. https://doi.org/10.1002/mar.21340

(7) Hofmann, E., Hartl, B., Sabitzer, T., Marth, S., Penz, E. & Hoelzl, E. (2019). Regulating consumers’ contributions and usage of a shared good: An experimental approach. In D. Wruk, A. Oberg, I. Maurer (ed.), Perspectives on the Sharing Economy, (S. 48-55). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

(8) Hartl, B., Penz, E., Schüßler, E., Hofmann, E. (2019). Shared mobility business models: Trust building in the sharing economy. In D. Wruk, A. Oberg, I. Maurer (Hrsg.), Perspectives on the Sharing Economy, (S. 82-89). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

(9) Penz, E., Hartl, B., & Hofmann, E. (2019). Explaining consumer choice of low carbon footprint goods using the behavioral spillover effect in Europe. Journal of Cleaner Production, 214, 429-439.

(10) Hartl, B. & Hofmann, E. (2019). Sharing economy. In: K. Gangl & E. Kirchler (Eds). A Research Agenda for Economic Psychology (pp. 154-168). Edward Elgar Publishing: Celtenham

(11) Hartl, B., Hofmann, E., & Penz, E. (2018). Regulation in the Sharing Economy: A Social Science Approach. MR-Int - Medien & Recht International, 15(2), 49-51.

(12) Sabitzer, T., Hartl, B., Marth, S., Hofmann, E., & Penz, E. (2018). Preventing Conflicts in Sharing Communities as a Means of Promoting Sustainability. Sustainability, 10(8), 1-24.
(13) Hartl, B., Sabitzer, T., Hofmann, E., & Penz, E. (2018). "Sustainability is a nice bonus" The role of sustainability in carsharing from a consumer perspective. Journal of Cleaner Production, 202, 88-100.
(14) Penz, Elfriede, Hartl, Barbara, Hofmann, Eva. (2018). EDITORIAL. Collectively Building a Sustainable Sharing Economy Based on Trust and Regulation. Sustainability, 10, 3754
(15) Penz, E., Hofmann, E., & Hartl, B. (2017). Fostering Sustainable Travel Behavior: Role of Sustainability Labels and Goal-Directed Behavior Regarding Touristic Services. Sustainability, 9(6). 1056; doi:10.3390/su9061056

(16) Penz, E., Hofmann, E., & Hartl, B. (2017). Nachhaltig. Reisen? Kleiden? Essen? Zimmerstunde, 3, 76-78. [Edit: Populärwissenschaftlich]


Further publications of the project team to "collaborative consumption"

(1) Hofmann, E., Hartl., B, & Penz, E. (2017). Power versus trust – What matters more in collaborative consumption? Journal of Services Marketing, 31(6).

(2) Hartl, B., Hofmann, E., & Kirchler, E. (2016). Do we need rules for 'what's mine is yours'? Governance in collaborative consumption communities. Journal of Business Research, 69(8), 2756-2763. link