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Tine Buyl is an Assistant Professor of Organization Studies at Tilburg University (the Netherlands). She received her Ph.D. in Business Economics from the University of Antwerp (Belgium). Her research focuses on Chief Executive Officers, as well as on the composition and dynamics of top management teams and their effects on organizational processes and outcomes. Her work has been published in international peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Long Range Planning, and the British Journal of Management. She is an active member of the academic community, serving as a co-organizer and member of the scientic committee of the EIASM workshops on Top Management Teams and Business Strategy Research, as well as acting as the National Representative for the Netherlands in the European Academy of Management's board.

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Recent publications

  1. A neuroscience-based model of why and when CEO social values affect i…

    Boone, C., Buyl, T., Declerck, C., & Sajko, M. (2020). A neuroscience-based model of why and when CEO social values affect investments in corporate social responsibility. Leadership Quarterly.
  2. CEO Greed, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Organizational Resili…

    Sajko, M., Boone, C., & Buyl, T. (2020). CEO Greed, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Organizational Resilience to Systemic Shocks. Journal of Management.
  3. CEO narcissism, risk-taking, and resilience - An empirical analysis i…

    Buyl, T., Boone, C., & Wade, J. B. (2019). CEO narcissism, risk-taking, and resilience: An empirical analysis in U.S. commercial banks. Journal of Management, 45(4), 1372-1400.
  4. Leading corporate sustainability - The role of top management team co…

    Henry, L., Buyl, T., & Jansen, R. J. G. (2019). Leading corporate sustainability: The role of top management team composition for triple bottom line performance. Business Strategy and the Environment, 28(1), 173-184.
  5. CEO satisfaction and intended strategic changes - The moderating role…

    Villagrasa, J., Buyl, T., & Escriba-Esteve, A. (2018). CEO satisfaction and intended strategic changes: The moderating role of performance cues. Long Range Planning, 51(6), 894-910.

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