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Expertise

Dr. Mannak studies under what conditions organizations form and persists inter-organizational relationships and how these collaborations affect the performance of both individual organizations and joint consortia. He particularly focuses on the timing of (repeated) collaborations in relation to dynamics at the inter-organizational network level.

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Recent publications

  1. A configurational explanation for performance management systems' des…

    De Rooij, M. M. G., Janowicz-Panjaitan, M., & Mannak, R. S. (2019). A configurational explanation for performance management systems' design in project-based organizations. International Journal of Project Management, 37(5), 616-630.
  2. Dataset on performance management systems' design in project-based or…

    de Rooij, M. M. G., Mannak, R. S., & Janowicz-Panjaitan, M. (2019). Dataset on performance management systems' design in project-based organizations. Data in Brief, 25, [104185].
  3. Striving for state of the art with paradigm interplay and meta-synthe…

    Lemaire, R. H., Mannak, R. S., Ospina, S. M., & Groenleer, M. (2019). Striving for state of the art with paradigm interplay and meta-synthesis: Purpose-oriented network research challenges and good research practices as a way forward. Perspectives on Public Management and Governance, 175–186.
  4. A temporal perspective on repeated ties across university-industry R&…

    Mannak, R. S., Meeus, M. T. H., Raab, J., & Smit, A. C. (2019). A temporal perspective on repeated ties across university-industry R&D consortia. Research Policy: A Journal devoted to Research Policy, Research Management and Planning, 48(9), [103829].
  5. With whom do firms form ties? - A meta-analysis on the influence of e…

    van Zelst, M., Mannak, R., & Oerlemans, L. (2018). With whom do firms form ties? A meta-analysis on the influence of embeddedness and proximity on inter-organizational tie formation. OSF Preprints. ,

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