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  1. Crowding in or crowding out? - How non-governmental organizations and…

    Graafland, J., & de Bakker, F. G. A. (2021). Crowding in or crowding out? How non-governmental organizations and media influence intrinsic motivations toward corporate social and environmental responsibility. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 64(13), 2386-2409.
  2. Free-market, perfect market and welfare state perspectives on “good” …

    Graafland, J., & Verbruggen, H. (2021). Free-market, perfect market and welfare state perspectives on “good” markets: An empirical test. Applied Research in Quality of Life.
  3. In Adam Smith’s own words - The role of virtues in the relationship b…

    Graafland, J., & Wells, T. (2021). In Adam Smith’s own words: The role of virtues in the relationship between free market economies and societal flourishing. A semantic network data mining approach. Journal of Business Ethics, 172, 31-42.
  4. The moderating role of culture on the benefits of economic freedom: C…

    Graafland, J., & de Jong, E. (2021). The moderating role of culture on the benefits of economic freedom: Cross-country analysis. Journal of Comparative Economics.
  5. Uitspraak tegen Shell kan ook ongunstig uitpakken voor klimaat

    Graafland, J. (2021). Uitspraak tegen Shell kan ook ongunstig uitpakken voor klimaat. Trouw. https://www.trouw.nl/opinie/uitspraak-tegen-shell-kan-ook-ongunstig-uitpakken-voor-klimaat~b6fdf1ea/

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