Publications

 

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Strauß, N. (2018). The role of trust in investor relations: Guiding strategic financial communication. Corporate Communication: An International Journal, 23(1), 2-16. doi:10.1108/CCIJ-04-2017-0026

Strauß, N. (2018, in press). Financial journalism in the post-crisis era: A recent assessment of the role of financial journalist for financial markets. Journalism. Retrieved from: https://doi.org/10.1177/1464884917753556

Strycharz, J., Strauss, N., & Trilling, D. (2018). The role of media coverage in explaining stock market fluctuations: Insights for strategic financial communication. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 12(1), 67-85. doi:10.1080/1553118X.2017.1378220

Strauß, N., Vliegenthart, R., & Verhoeven, P. (2017). Intraday news trading: The reciprocal relationships between the stock market and economic news. Communication Research, 0093650217705528.

Strauß, N., & van der Meer, T. G. (2017). News media coverage and initial public offerings in Germany: Explaining flotation performance. Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 22(4), 523-541. doi:10.1108/CCIJ-04-2017-0028

Strauß, N., & Vliegenthart, R. (2017). Reciprocal influence? Investigating implicit frames in press releases and financial newspaper coverage during the German banking crisis. Public Relations Review, 43(2), 392-405. doi: 10.1016/j.pubrev.  2017.02.001

Strauβ, N., & Jonkman, J. (2017). The benefit of issue management: anticipating crises in the digital age. Journal of Communication Management, 21(1), 34-50. doi:10.1108/JCOM-05-2016-0033

Strauß, N., Vliegenthart, R., & Verhoeven, P. (2016). Lagging behind? Emotions in newspaper articles and stock market prices in the Netherlands. Public Relations Review, 42(4), 548-555. doi:10.1016/j.pubrev.2016.03.010

Strauß, N. (2015). German financial media’s responsiveness to Deutsche Bank’s cultural change. Public Relations Review, 41(4), 435-437. doi:10.1016/j.pubrev2015.07.004

Strauß, N., Kruikemeier, S., van der Meulen, H., & van Noort, G. (2015). Digital diplomacy in GCC countries: Strategic communication of Western embassies on Twitter. Government Information Quarterly, 32(4), 369-379. doi:10.1016/j.giq.2015.08.001


Presentations

Huber, B., Strauß, N., Gil de Zúñiga, H., & Liu, J. H. (2019, April). Big 5 und die „News-Finds-Me Perception“: Wie Persönlichkeitsmerkmale die Wahrnehmung beeinflussen, Nachrichten nicht mehr aktiv verfolgen zu müssen [Big 5 and „News-Finds-Me Perception": How personality traits shape individuals' perception to no longer need to actively seek news]. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Austrian Communication Association (ÖGK). Vienna, Austria.

 

N. Strauß (2017). News media coverage and initial public offerings in Germany: Explaining flotation performance. In Paper presented at International Communication Association. San Diego, USA.

N. Strauß (2017). Buying on rumors: How news flows affect the share price of Tesla. In Paper presented at Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap. Tilburg, the Netherlands.

N. Strauß, & Araujo, T. (2017). Financial networks on Twitter: Describing network dynamics in the course of quarterly earnings announcements of Dow Jones Industrial Average firms. In Paper presented at Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap. Tilburg, the Netherlands.

J. Strycharz, N. Strauß, & Trilling, D. (2017). Media coverage and share price volatility: Is it only attention that matters? In Paper presented at Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap. Tilburg, the Netherlands.

N. Strauß, R. Vliegenthart & P. Verhoeven (2016). Flash trading: Stock market reactions to Reuters and Bloomberg tweets. In Paper presented at International Communication Association. Fukuoka, Japan.

N. Strauß (2016). Trust and the financial market in light of Habermas and Luhmann: A research agenda for communication science. In Paper presented at International Communication Association. Fukuoka, Japan.

N. Strauß, R. Vliegenthart & P. Verhoeven (2016). News trading: How Reuters and Bloomberg tweets affects US stock market indices. In Paper presented at Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

N. Strauß (2015). Mouthpiece or corrective: How financial media responded to the cultural change promulgated by Deutsche Bank - a qualitative framing analysis. Paper presented at International Communication Association. San Juan, Puerto Rico.

N. Strauß & R. Vliegenthart (2015). The interrelation between implicit frames in press release of German banks and German financial media. Paper presented at International Communication Association. San Juan, Puerto Rico.

S. Kruikemeier, N. Strauß, H.L. van der Meulen & G. van Noort (2015). Communication strategies in digital diplomacy: A multi-method approach to study the use of Twitter by western embassies in GCC countries. Paper presented at the Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap. Antwerp, Belgium.

N. Strauß (2015). Mouthpiece or corrective: How financial media responded to the cultural change promulgated by Deutsche Bank - a qualitative framing analysis. Paper presented at the Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap. Antwerp, Belgium.

N. Strauß & R. Vliegenthart (2015). Are press releases overrated? The interrelation between implicit frames in press releases of German banks and German financial media. Paper presented at the Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap. Antwerp, Belgium.

N. Strauß, R. Vliegenthart & P. Verhoeven (2015). How news media coverage drives stock market prices in the Netherlands. Paper presented at Capital, Culture, and Media. Leeds, UK.

N. Strauß, R. Vliegenthart & P. Verhoeven (2015). Sentiment or emotions? How news media coverage drives stock market prices in the Netherlands. Paper presented at BledCom 2015. Bled, Slovenia.

N. Strauß & P.W.J. Verlegh (2014). Political websites & eWOM: Why politicians should care more about the interaction with citizens on the web. Paper presented at the Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap. Wageningen, the Netherlands.

N. Strauß (2013). Hyping nerds: Popular media and globalisation - exemplified on the Big Bang theory. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference. Pittsburgh, USA.