Franziska Sump


Franziska Sump is a Postdoc at the at the Strategic Organization Design Unit. Franziska’s research interests lie at the intersection of strategy and organization design. Particularly, Franziska studies how firms can be organized to effectively guide individual behavior in changing environments. She mainly approaches this, using laboratory experiments. Franziska works in a research project with Oliver Baumann on Controlling Innovation in Complex Organizations.


Franziska received a PhD in Management from the University of Hamburg in 2019. During her PhD, she spent a few months visiting Gaël Le Mens at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in 2019 and Stephan Billinger at the University of Southern Denmark in 2017. Prior to starting her PhD, Franziska accomplished her master’s degree in Strategy and Organization at SDU in 2015.


Working Papers and Work-in-Progress:


“Peer Feedback and Resource Allocation” with Oliver Baumann and Daniel Newark (Experiment)


“Incentives, Attention and Search” with Stephan Billinger (Experiment with Eye Tracking)


“Categories, Generalization and Exploration” with Thomas Woiczyk and Gaël Le Mens (Experiment)


“Different Reasons for Different Responses: Incumbents’ Adaptation in Carbon-intensive Industries” with Sangyoon Yi (Review)


For more information check Franziska's PURE profile.



University of Southern Denmark

Department of Marketing and Management

Campusvej 55

5230 Odense M



Phone: (+45) 6550 3229

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