Research at TiSEM

Publications Department of Public Governance

This is an overview of the 20 most recent publications of the Department of Public Governance.

  1. Network governance theory as basic pattern for promoting financial support system of the poor in Iranian health system (2021)

    Etemadi, M., Kenis, P., Ashtarian, K., Abolghasem Gorji, H., & Mohammadi Kangarani, H. (2021). Network governance theory as basic pattern for promoting financial support system of the poor in Iranian health system. BMC Health Services Research, 21(1), [556].
  2. Intercultural survey research: Challenges and suggested solutions (2021)

    Harzing, A-W., Reiche, B. S., & Pudelko, M. (2021). Intercultural survey research: Challenges and suggested solutions. In Field Guide to Intercultural Research (pp. 29-40). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd..
  3. Self-sacrifice for the common good under risk and competition (2021)

    Heine, F., van Witteloostuijn, A., & Wang, T-M. (2021). Self-sacrifice for the common good under risk and competition. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, [muab017].
  4. Organisation und Netzwerk. - Governance in Wirtschaft und Politik (2021)

    Kenis, P., & Schneider, V. (Ed.) (2021). Organisation und Netzwerk. Governance in Wirtschaft und Politik. Campus Verlag.
  5. Ex ante knowledge for infectious disease outbreaks - Introducing the organizational network governance approach (2021)

    Raab, J., Kenis, P., Kraaij – Dirkzwager, M., & Timen, A. (2021). Ex ante knowledge for infectious disease outbreaks: Introducing the organizational network governance approach. In J. Glückler, G. Herrigel, & M. Handke (Eds.), Knowledge for governance (Vol. 15, pp. 319-349). (Springer series Knowledge & Space). Springer.
  6. A new measure of market inefficiency (2021)

    Stephens, C. R., Benink, H., Gordillo, J. L., & Pardo-Guerra, J. P. (2021). A new measure of market inefficiency. Journal of Risk and Financial Management, 14(6), [263].
  7. Adapt or perish? How parties respond to party system saturation in 21 Western democracies, 1945-2011 (2019)

    van de Wardt, M., & van Witteloostuijn, A. (2021). Adapt or perish? How parties respond to party system saturation in 21 Western democracies, 1945-2011. British Journal of Political Science, 51(1), 16-38.
  8. Inclusive practice and quality of education and care in the Dutch hybrid early childhood education and care system (2021)

    van der Werf, W. M., Slot, P. L., Kenis, P. N., & Leseman, P. P. M. (2021). Inclusive practice and quality of education and care in the Dutch hybrid early childhood education and care system. International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy, 15(1), [2].
  9. Voluntary contributions to public goods - A multi-disciplinary examination of prosocial behavior and its antecedents (2021)

    Wang, T-M. (2021). Voluntary contributions to public goods: A multi-disciplinary examination of prosocial behavior and its antecedents. CentER, Center for Economic Research.
  10. Behavioral Link Analytics on Heterogeneous Human Interaction Networks (2020)

    Atzmueller, M., Güven, Ç., Shayan, P., Masiala, S., Mackenbach, R., & Liebregts, W. (Accepted/In press). Behavioral Link Analytics on Heterogeneous Human Interaction Networks. International Journal of Transdisciplinary AI.
  11. Europese banken zijn kwetsbaar en moeten zo snel mogelijk vernieuwen (2020)

    Benink, H., & Boot, A. (2020). Europese banken zijn kwetsbaar en moeten zo snel mogelijk vernieuwen. Het Financieele Dagblad.
  12. Global bank capital and liquidity after 30 years of Basel accords (2020)

    Benink, H. (2020). Global bank capital and liquidity after 30 years of Basel accords. Journal of Risk and Financial Management, 13(4), [73].
  13. Over de beheersbaarheid van de geldhoeveelheid (2020)

    Benink, H. (2020). Over de beheersbaarheid van de geldhoeveelheid. In Festschrift Sylvester Eijffinger
  14. Explaining entrepreneurial performance of solo self-employed from a motivational perspective (2020)

    de Vries, N., Liebregts, W., & van Stel, A. (2020). Explaining entrepreneurial performance of solo self-employed from a motivational perspective. Small Business Economics: An International Journal, 55(2), 447-460.
  15. How you see me, how you don’t - Ethnic identity self-verification in interactions between local subsidiary employees and ethnically similar expatriates (2018)

    Fan, S. X., Harzing, A., & Köhler, T. (2020). How you see me, how you don’t: Ethnic identity self-verification in interactions between local subsidiary employees and ethnically similar expatriates. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 31(19), 2407-2433.
  16. Moving beyond the baseline - Exploring the potential of experiments in language research (2020)

    Fan, S. X., & Harzing, A-W. (2020). Moving beyond the baseline: Exploring the potential of experiments in language research. In S. Horn, P. Lecomte, & S. Tietze (Eds.), Managing Multilingual Workplaces Methodological, Empirical and Pedagogic Perspectives Routledge.
  17. The double-edged sword of ethnic similarity for expatriates (2020)

    Fan, S. X., & Harzing, A. W. (2020). The double-edged sword of ethnic similarity for expatriates. Organizational Dynamics, [100801].
  18. Everything you always wanted to know about research impact… (2020)

    Harzing, A-W. (2020). Everything you always wanted to know about research impact…. In M. Wright, D. J. Ketchen, & T. Clark (Eds.), How to Get Published in the Best Management Journals 2nd Edition (2 ed., pp. 127-141). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd..
  19. Online Appendix: Using Moral Foundations in Government Communication to Reduce Vaccine Hesitancy (2020)

    Heine, F. (Author), & Wolters, E. (Author). (2020). Online Appendix: Using Moral Foundations in Government Communication to Reduce Vaccine Hesitancy. Data set/Database, DANS.
  20. Reward and punishment in a team contest (2020)

    Heine, F., & Strobel, M. (2020). Reward and punishment in a team contest. PLOS ONE, 15(9), [e0236544].