Organization Studies Tilburg University

Publications Department of Organization Studies

This is an overview of the 20 most recent publications of the Department of Organization Studies.

  1. Understanding firm- and field-level change toward sustainable development: insights from the pharmaceutical industry and access to medicine, 1960-2020 (2022)

    Bünder, T., Rathert, N., & Mair, J. (Accepted/In press). Understanding firm- and field-level change toward sustainable development: insights from the pharmaceutical industry and access to medicine, 1960-2020. In G. George, M. R. Haas, H. Joshi, A. M. McGahan, & P. Tracey (Eds.), Handbook on the Business of Sustainability: The Organization, Implementation, and Practice of Sustainable Growth (Research Handbooks in Business and Management). Edward Elgar.
  2. Sensemaking and organizational form choices in social enterprises in South Africa’s education sector (2021)

    Alexander, K., Angeli, F., Raab, J., & Oerlemans, L. (Accepted/In press). Sensemaking and organizational form choices in social enterprises in South Africa’s education sector. Paper presented at British Academy of Management 2020 Conference, Manchester, United Kingdom.
  3. The viability of social enterprises - A configurational approach to typologies of social entrepreneurship success in Sub-Saharan Africa (2021)

    Alexander, K., Angeli, F., Oerlemans, L., & Raab, J. (Accepted/In press). The viability of social enterprises: A configurational approach to typologies of social entrepreneurship success in Sub-Saharan Africa. Paper presented at 36th EGOS Colloquium 2020, Hamburg, Germany.
  4. Nonprofit entrepreneurial orientation in the context of cross‐sector collaboration (2021)

    Al-Tabbaa, O., Ciulli, F., & Kolk, A. (2021). Nonprofit entrepreneurial orientation in the context of cross‐sector collaboration. British Journal of Management.
  5. New inter-organizational knowledge tie formation after firm relocation - Investigating the impact of spatial, relational, and temporal context (2021)

    Atakhan Kenneweg, M., Oerlemans, L., & Raab, J. (2021). New inter-organizational knowledge tie formation after firm relocation: Investigating the impact of spatial, relational, and temporal context. JBR: Journal of Business Research, 127, 264-276.
  6. United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon - Assessment and way forward (2021)

    Bardalai, A. K. (2021). United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon: Assessment and way forward. Pentagon Press LLP.
  7. Theory building, case dependence, and researchers’ bounded rationality - An illustration from studies of innovation diffusion (2021)

    Barros De Oliveira, N., & Secchi, D. (Accepted/In press). Theory building, case dependence, and researchers’ bounded rationality: An illustration from studies of innovation diffusion. Sociological Methods and Research.
  8. HR systems and leadership attachment affecting idea generation and implementation - An experiment and two-source multi-level study (2021)

    Batistič, S., Kenda, R., Premru, M., & Cerne, M. (2021). HR systems and leadership attachment affecting idea generation and implementation: An experiment and two-source multi-level study. European Management Journal.
  9. The role of business models in firm internationalization - An exploration of European electricity firms in the context of the energy transition (2021)

    Bohnsack, R., Ciulli, F., & Kolk, A. (2021). The role of business models in firm internationalization: An exploration of European electricity firms in the context of the energy transition. Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS), 52(5), 824-852.
  10. A neuroscience-based model of why and when CEO social values affect investments in corporate social responsibility (2021)

    Boone, C., Buyl, T., Declerck, C., & Sajko, M. (2021). A neuroscience-based model of why and when CEO social values affect investments in corporate social responsibility. Leadership Quarterly, [101386].
  11. The impact of multiple project team membership on individual and team learning - A micro-meso multi-level empirical study (2021)

    Chan, K-Y. A., Oerlemans, L., & Meslec, N. (2021). The impact of multiple project team membership on individual and team learning: A micro-meso multi-level empirical study. International Journal of Project Management, 39(3), 308-320.
  12. Organisatieontwikkeling bij woningcorporaties (2021)

    Cloudt, S. W. M. G. (Accepted/In press). Organisatieontwikkeling bij woningcorporaties. Tijdschrift voor Ontwikkeling in Organisaties.
  13. Assessing training needs in infectious disease management at major ports, airports and ground-crossings in Europe (2021)

    de Rooij, D., Belfroid, E., Hadjichristodoulou, C., Mouchtouri, V., Raab, J., & Timen, A. (2021). Assessing training needs in infectious disease management at major ports, airports and ground-crossings in Europe. BMC Public Health, 21, [1013].
  14. "A little bit of everything?" - Conceptualising performance measurement in hybrid public sector organisations through a literature review (2021)

    De Waele, L., Polzer, T., van Witteloostuijn, A., & Berghman, L. (2021). "A little bit of everything?": Conceptualising performance measurement in hybrid public sector organisations through a literature review. Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management, 33(3), 343-363.
  15. Bribery and the role and social value orientation - A multi-site experimental study in Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands (2021)

    De Waele, L., Weissmueller, K. S., & van Witteloostuijn, A. (2021). Bribery and the role and social value orientation: A multi-site experimental study in Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, [655964].
  16. Bribery and the role and social value orientation - A multi-site experimental study in Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands (Dataset) (2021)

    De Waele, L. (Author), Weissmueller, K. S. (Author), & van Witteloostuijn, A. (Author). (2021). Bribery and the role and social value orientation: A multi-site experimental study in Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands (Dataset). Data set/Database, Frontiers Media S.A.. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.655964/full#supplementary-material
  17. Bayesian analysis of higher-order network autocorrelation models (2021)

    Dittrich, D., Leenders, R., & Mulder, J. (Accepted/In press). Bayesian analysis of higher-order network autocorrelation models. Sociological Methodology.
  18. Understanding self-managing teams in Dutch healthcare - empirical evidence to non-sequential team development processes (2021)

    Geerts, I. A. G. M., Bierbooms, J. J. P. A., & Cloudt, S. W. M. G. (2021). Understanding self-managing teams in Dutch healthcare: empirical evidence to non-sequential team development processes. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 35(9), 101-120.
  19. Managing competing demands - Coping with the inclusiveness–efficiency paradox in cross-sector partnerships (2021)

    Henry, L. A., Rasche, A., & Möllering, G. (2021). Managing competing demands: Coping with the inclusiveness–efficiency paradox in cross-sector partnerships. Business & Society: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Exploration.
  20. The multiple facilitator - Scientists, sages and rascals (2021)

    Jansen, R. J. G., & Van Zelst, M. (2021). The multiple facilitator: Scientists, sages and rascals. Simulation & Gaming: An international journal of theory, design and research, 52(3), 273-289.