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  1. With whom do firms form ties? - A meta-analysis on the influence of e…

    van Zelst, M., Mannak, R., & Oerlemans, L. (2019). With whom do firms form ties? A meta-analysis on the influence of embeddedness and proximity on inter-organizational tie formation.
  2. Structural and geographical conditions for exploitative innovation - …

    Oerlemans, L., Chan, K. Y., Knoben, J., & Vermeulen, P. A. M. (2018). Structural and geographical conditions for exploitative innovation: Evidence from South African manufacturing firms. (DFID Working Paper). Tilburg: Tilburg University.
  3. What do they know? - The antecedents of information accuracy differen…

    Knoben, J., Oerlemans, L. A. G., Krijkamp, A., & Provan, K. (2018). What do they know? The antecedents of information accuracy differentials in interorganizational networks. Organization Science, 29(3), 471-488.
  4. Refining the classification of knowledge transfer mechanisms for proj…

    Van Waveren, C., Oerlemans, L. A. G., & Pretorius, T. (2017). Refining the classification of knowledge transfer mechanisms for project-to-projects knowledge sharing: A latent class analysis approach. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 20(1), 1-16.
  5. Task and person-focused leadership behaviors and team performance - A…

    Ceri-Booms, M., Curseu, P. L., & Oerlemans, L. A. G. (2017). Task and person-focused leadership behaviors and team performance: A meta-analysis. Human Resource Management Review, 27(1), 178–192.

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