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1 Research report Amsterdam Business School Research Institute Director ABS RI: Prof.dr. Ans Kolk July 2015 Contact: Amsterdam Business School Plantage Muidergracht TV Amsterdam The Netherlands or

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report contains the main scientific output of the Amsterdam Business School (ABS) over the years 2013 and 2014, as well as forthcoming refereed articles by July This information, included in part B, is preceded by key tables on input and output in these same years, in comparison to 2012, as well as a short summary of the research institute s history and strategy, and assessment. The period has seen a further extension of the quality of our scientific output on societally relevant research themes, and a widening of our subdisciplinary coverage in the broad field of business, with specific areas of excellence. We have also been successful in recruiting high quality researchers and attracting external funding. This document focuses on the scientific part of our research; more information on the societal impact and relevance can be found in a separate report. Further details about the institute, our researchers and activities is available on our website (see faculty). PART A. BACKGROUND AND KEY FIGURES 1.1 Background, strategy and research management Our strategy is to conduct and publish internationally recognised research across a broad range of business disciplines. Research is vital to the school and the university and an integral part of the ABS mission to offer an inspiring international learning community to study business and management, where both staff and students can develop their capacities to optimum effect. ABS aims to foster independent minds with an impact on international business and society at large by conducting high quality academic research on innovative and socially relevant themes, and by offering research based teaching that meets the highest international standards. We are committed to advancing the understanding of business and its role in society and seek to make research results available to and inform practitioners and wider audiences. The aim to provide research based teaching does not require that all staff are renowned researchers or that all teaching modules are based on research. It does, however, require that students are exposed to relevant academic research in their programmes, and that there are areas of excellence receiving specific attention. For example, ABS has traditionally paid specific attention to corporate governance, broadly defined, from an interdisciplinary business perspective. This embraces examinations and theorisations of the processes of governance at all organisational levels, addresses management practices and leadership roles, highlights their impact on corporate financial and non financial performance, and examines institutional and behavioural drivers. More recent interdisciplinary foci that we are developing within the school is entrepreneurship and big data for business, science and society. The Amsterdam Business School Research Institute (ABS RI) was created in 2002 to further academic research (i.e. aimed at output in internationally respected journals), as this was then lacking; targeted attention based on specific knowledge of the business field was seen as essential for this purpose. Whilst the finance group and a few individuals outside it already had an international research and publication record at the time, significant steps had be taken in other areas. The main component of our strategy to improve research quality and output in international refereed journals was straightforward: the recruitment (and retention) of high quality, full time academics with developed research capacities, also, specifically, in areas of research other than finance. This was coupled with a more consistent policy with respect to part timers research contribution, the reclassification of nonresearchers as teachers and the development of the research capability of existing staff. Our faculty is key for realising our strategy, and we seek to attract and retain high quality scholars by providing an attractive working environment for ambitious research oriented faculty. ABS seeks to offer good employment conditions (salary, expenses, leave, computers, office space, secretariat, good management) and an excellent academic working environment (regular seminars, good colleagues, an inspiring and supportive climate, tenure and promotion opportunities). The ambition to develop high quality and relevant academic research has been central to ABS from the beginning and is widely shared across the school. It is supported by a system which allocates research time on the basis of past publication success in high quality international journals, with those meeting the ABS RI criteria (for details, see policy/research 1

3 policy.html) earning 50% research time (the other half is dedicated to teaching, including thesis supervision and coordination activities). Management duties, if substantial, are deducted from staff members teaching time. We encourage faculty to attend and present papers at international conferences and participate in our internal seminar series. We provide individual research accounts to enable faculty members to attend international conferences and/or to purchase specialised literature, small datasets, software and/or hardware or hire a research assistant or pay subjects (and lab costs) in experimental studies. Additional funding is available for specific cases via the budgets of the academic sections and/or ABS RI, which also pay for subscriptions for the large databases. 1.2 Input, output and assessment Table 1 gives an overview of the research time within ABS RI in full time equivalent (fte). It is categorised per year i.e. 2012, 2013, 2014 and as envisaged for September 2015 and per academic section, and within that, per staff category. Since 2014, ABS has six academic sections (in preceding years, there were four). Sections are capacity units responsible for subdisciplinary teaching and for all personnel matters of the concomitant faculty and PhD students (salaried junior employees in the Dutch system). Table 1. Research fte Year Staff category Academic section* ACC FIN HRM/OB ISM E&I** OM** Total Full professor n.a. n.a Associate professor n.a. n.a Assistant professor n.a. n.a Postdoc n.a. n.a PhD student n.a. n.a Total n.a. n.a Full professor n.a. n.a Associate professor n.a. n.a Assistant professor n.a. n.a Postdoc n.a. n.a PhD student n.a. n.a Total n.a. n.a Full professor Associate professor Assistant professor Postdoc PhD student Total Full professor Associate professor Sept Assistant professor *** Postdoc PhD student Total *ACC=Accounting; FIN=Finance; HRM/OB=Human Resource Management/Organisational Behaviour; ISM=International Strategy & Marketing; E&I=Entrepreneurship & Innovation; OM=Operations Management **The E&I and OM sections were only formally created in 2014; E&I was part of ISM before. ***Forecast Table 2 shows the sources of funding of the ABS research fte, divided in the so called 1 st, 2 nd and 3 rd streams. The 1 st stream entails direct government financing for teaching and research, the 2 nd consists of research grants at the national level (e.g. the Dutch Science Foundation, NWO) and at the European level (e.g. FP7, Horizon 2020) obtained in open competition, and the 3 rd stream additional income from privately funded research, education, sponsorship or business services. 2

4 Table 2. Sources of research funding Flows of funding (% of research fte) Sept 2015* First stream (government, via university) 88.5% 90.1% 84.2% 78.6% Second stream (NWO, EU) 4.5% 4.2% 10.9% 9.8% Third stream (other parties) 7.0% 5.6% 4.9% 11.6% *Forecast It should be noted that there are some additional ABS researchers not included in the Tables as they do not have a formal appointment at our university (or only a 0.0 fte arrangement, and thus not visible in the Tables). They include so called external PhD students, usually practitioners with several years of experience who pursue their research alongside jobs in business, governmental or non governmental organisations, or (applied) research or teaching institutions. Until recently, we had only a small number of successful external PhD students, but the past few years have seen an increased interest in starting such trajectories, partly as a result of intensified efforts for external grant income, which led to various forms of co funding. Of the more than 50 PhD projects currently on the books, almost half does not entail funding that goes through our university accounts. Of these, 10 full time or part time projects are funded from a research grant (foreign scholarship councils, NWO) or, less often, by the employer; the rest entails partial or no funding. Furthermore, there are also seven professors affiliated to us but at no cost as they are on the payroll of firms, international organisations or research institutions other than ABS. The Tables show that research fte has increased considerably in the past few years, accompanied by growing success in obtaining external funding, with growing shares in both 2 nd and 3 streams (see Table 2). Especially in 2013 and 2014, most of the fte growth took place at the junior level (see Table 1), leading to a relative decline in the junior senior faculty ratio. Most recently, we have been able to redress this trend, with a current senior share of almost 30%, much higher than in the preceding years. We have also been able to attract quite some non Dutch researchers from a variety of countries. By the end of 2014, 59% of our research staff was non Dutch, representing 26 foreign nationalities, of which 12 from outside the EU. All researchers, including the Dutch, have an international orientation, as they engage in international conversations, collaborate with international colleagues and co authors, and obviously publish in international journals (see below). While recruiting high quality faculty within the limits set by the Dutch salary system is not easy, continuous attention, patience and concerted efforts over a longer period of time do pay off. Locational advantages certainly play a role, but this is reinforced by the ambition and atmosphere within a relatively young business school, and the support that we seek to offer. Although it is inevitable that some researchers leave ABS for a variety of reasons (personal, professional, financial), we hope they will continue to be ambassadors in the sense of appreciating their time at the school. Table 3, on the next page, gives an overview of the output in , focused on refereed journal articles and dissertations. It shows a stable output in terms of refereed journal articles in total, but within this category, a clear growth in the number of quality publications, as exemplified by A and B journals. 1 Similar to the overall development in research fte over the years, where we see that large steps have been taken to develop non finance areas, the key output underlines the same broadening, with a large share of the A and B articles in management and, to a lesser extent, marketing outlets. The broadening of our research over the years is becoming visible in subdisciplinary assessments. A bibliometric exploration of our university s research output registration, commissioned to the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS), which became available in June 2015, considered performance in Web of Science subject categories. It measured a Pptop10 indicator of 27% for management, 26% for business and 12% for business finance, meaning that the actual number of top 10% publications is 1 We changed the ABS journal list in 2014, as part of a shared ambition to introduce more differentiation (from just an A/B distinction to A*/A/B) and move towards a five year instead of a three year period for counting faculty s publication points. As is commonly the case with such system changes (the journal list was revised earlier, in 2007), there is a transition period to enable faculty to adapt to the new approach (during which the outcome of both is calculated, and the one that is most favourable for a researcher counts). The effects of the new journal list differentiation, in terms of more publications in A* (and A) journals will become visible only in the coming years, as researchers not only need time to reorient their data/focus/submission strategies, but also go through often prolonged review and revise & submit processes. We therefore report here according to the old A/B system, although trends would have been comparable for the new journal list. 3

5 respectively 2.7, 2.6 and 1.2 times higher than could be expected based on the field and publication year. For our corporate governance focal research area, Pptop10 was also 27%. Table 3. Selected output Year Type of output Academic section* ACC FIN HRM/OB ISM E&I OM Total Articles in A journals n.a. n.a Articles in B journals n.a. n.a. 30 PhD theses** n.a. n.a. 7 Refereed articles n.a. n.a. 77 Articles in A journals n.a. n.a Articles in B journals n.a. n.a. 23 PhD theses** n.a. n.a. 15 Refereed articles n.a. n.a. 72 Articles in A journals Articles in B journals PhD theses** Refereed articles *ACC=Accounting; FIN=Finance; HRM/OB=Human Resource Management/Organisational Behaviour; ISM=International Strategy & Marketing; E&I=Entrepreneurship & Innovation; OM=Operations Management **Total number is slightly larger than individual entries in the same row as a few theses were finished by ABS researchers not part of one of the sections at the time. Part B give a detailed listing of all journal publications, and allows for a more in depth insight of specific topics, authors and main ABS researchers involved, as well as grant applications, honours and awards. This is just part of the many activities undertaken by our faculty, of which some are less visible in direct output. A clear example is editorial activity of journals, i.e. associate/senior editorships and board memberships, which is taking place across a range of subdisciplines, representing not only signs of recognition by peers and of academic reputation, but also contributions to the common good (see Table 4). This also applies to ad hoc reviewing for conferences and journals in which our researchers are commonly involved. Table 4. International journal editorial activities in recent years Associate Editor / Senior Editor positions Accounting, Auditing, and Accountability Journal (O Dwyer); Applied Psychology: An International Review (Den Hartog); Cambridge Journal of Economics (Ellman); European Accounting Review (Maas); European Financial Management (Boot); International Review of Finance (Perotti); Journal of Corporate Finance (Boot, Perotti); Journal of Financial Econometrics (De Jong); Journal of Financial Intermediation (Boot, Gambiano); Journal of Financial Markets (De Jong); Journal of Financial Stability (Boot); Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (Yorulmazer); Journal of World Business (Kolk); Review of Finance (Boot, Perotti). Editorial Board memberships Accounting, Organizations & Society (O Dwyer, Wouters); Advances in Management Accounting (Wouters); Annals in Social Responsibility (Kolk); Auditing: A Journal of Theory and Practice (O Dwyer); Behavioral Research in Accounting (O Dwyer); British Accounting Review (O Dwyer); British Journal of Management (Wouters); Business, Peace and Sustainable Development Journal (Westermann Behaylo); Business & Society (Kolk); Business Strategy and the Environment (Kolk); Contemporary Accounting Research (O Dwyer, Wouters); Corporate Governance: An International Review (Haxhi); European Accounting Review (Wouters); European Management Journal (Kolk); Group and Organization Management (Keegan); Human Resource Management Journal (Boon); Industrial Marketing Management (Van Triest); International Journal of Human Resource Management (Boon); International Journal of Project Management (Keegan); International Review of Law and Economics (Almeida da Matta; Gambiona); Journal of Business Ethics (Kolk); Journal of Business and Psychology (Den Hartog); Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance (Boot); Journal of International Business Studies (Kolk); Journal of Lean Six Sigma (Does); Journal of Management (Den Hartog); Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (Den Hartog); Journal of Organizational Behavior (Den Hartog); Journal of World Business (Kourula); Multinational Business Review (Kolk); Quality Engineering (De Mast, Does); Quality Technology and Quantitative Management (Does); The Leadership Quarterly (Den Hartog, De Hoogh). 4

6 In addition to output and activities as indicated above, there have been external assessments of research impact and performance, like the recent one carried out by CWTS, already mentioned. In addition to the Pptop10 indicator, it also measured a citation score, MNCS. For the management Web of Science subcategory this was 2.00, for business 1.59, for business finance 1.27, and for the ABS corporate governance focal research area This means than on average our publications in corporate governance had been cited 2.17 times as would be expected based on the field, publication year and document type (and respectively 2, 1.59 and 1.27 times for the three subdisciplines). Furthermore, ABS has participated in external periodic reviews of the QANU, with an external committee of international experts from relevant fields assessing the quality of research programmes in the Netherlands. The results, summarised in Table 5, show high scores in the most recent assessment for all four key programmes, most notably 4, 4.5 and 5 for research quality and societal relevance. Table 5. Results of external (QANU) research assessments for key programmes over the years Section/research programme Year of report (period covered) Scores on the various aspects* Quality Productivity Relevance Viability Accounting 2002 ( ) ( ) ( ) Finance** 2002 ( ) ( ) HRM / Organisational Behaviour 2014 ( ) International Strategy & Marketing 2014 ( ) Note: Most recent results are printed in bold. * Meaning of scores: 5 = excellent; 4 = very good; 3 = good; 2 = satisfactory; 1 = unsatisfactory ** The Finance programme was not part of the 2013 interim assessment as this was tied to a business research master programme application for the non finance subdisciplines. For the forthcoming QANU review, a new evaluation protocol applies, which has been developed in recent years. It will have a different scoring system on partly different (and less) criteria, and with an assessment taking place for the research institute as a whole, not separate programmes anymore. This means that we have also stopped reporting on individual programmes that used to mirror academic sections. The move towards an institute level approach makes sense; we have always seen research programmes as a primarily pragmatic tool to collect, evaluate and present research. Links between researchers from different programmes/sections on specific interdisciplinary themes have existed within ABS, blurring the boundaries between subdisciplinary programmes; this also applied, e.g., to our corporate governance research priority area. Moreover, the ongoing growth of ABS necessitated splitting up growing sections (see Table 1), but not necessarily starting new full research programmes for each new section. An institute level approach also supersedes concerns raised about viability in relation to the exploration of a potential split as happened in the case of ISM and E&I, and negatively affected the ISM score on this criterion in the 2014 assessment (see Table 5). An institute level assessment was given by the EFMD European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). We quote from its 2014 peer review report, which noted as some of the areas of excellence: The School s total commitment to research and development and the research culture as well as the quality and quantity of research output of faculty are truly excellent and the School needs to be congratulated on these ; The related faculty management and work allocation systems that reinforce not only the research oriented culture but a culture of research led learning for the students ; and The School has done an excellent job of incorporating ethics, social responsibility and sustainability into many of its features and its cultural dimensions. These are highly noticeable in faculty research, in programmes, in students experiences and interests, and are embedded in the School s mission, vision and strategy. It also expressed its view that the research quality is strong and will continue to remain so given the faculty, the systems and ABS s emphasis on this area. It is also noted that research in governance and sustainability (a priority area for the School) is very well developed across all disciplines. 5

7 PART B. KEY RESEARCH OUTPUT REFEREED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS, AND FORTHCOMING (most recent years first, preceded by forthcoming as known by July 2015) Forthcoming Abbas, N., Riaz, M. & Does, R.J.M.M. (2015). Enhancing the performance of EWMA charts: discussion. Forthcoming in Quality and Reliability Engineering International. Abernethy, M.A., Kuang, F.Y. & Qin, B. (2015). The influence of CEO power on compensation contract design. Forthcoming in The Accounting Review. (DOI: /accr 50971). Abitbol, R., Lebreton, M., Hollard, G., Richmond, B., Bouret, S. & Pessiglione, M. (2015). Neural mechanisms underlying contextual dependency of subjective values: converging evidence from monkeys and humans. Journal of Neuroscience, 35, (5), Akkerhuis, T., Spanjaard, C., Nuijten, S., Berendes, O. & Does, R.J.M.M. (2015). Realizing strategic goals at a business school. Quality Engineering, 27, (2), Akkerhuis, T.S., Niemeijer, G.C.H., Trip, A., Gemke, R.J.B.J. & Does, R.J.M.M. (2015). Precision and accuracy of ear thermometry. Forthcoming in Quality Engineering, 27, (4). Beetsma, R.M.W.J., Giuliodori, M., Jong, F.C.J.M. de & Widijanto, D. (2015). Price effects of sovereign debt auctions in the Euro zone: The role of the crisis. Forthcoming in Journal of Financial Intermediation. Belschak, F.D., Hartog, D.N. den & Kalshoven, K. (2015). Leading Machiavellians: How to translate Machiavellians selfishness into pro organizational behavior. Forthcoming in Journal of Management. (DOI: / ). Bohnsack, R., Kolk, A. & Pinkse, J. (2015). Catching recurring waves: Low emission vehicles, international policy developments and firm innovation strategies. Forthcoming in Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 98(September), Bridoux, F. & Stoelhorst, J. W. (2015). Stakeholder relationships and social welfare: A behavioral theory of contributions to joint value creation. Forthcoming in Academy of Management Review. (DOI: /amr ). Buengeler, C. & Hartog, D.N. den (2015). National diversity and team performance: The moderating role of interactional justice climate in teams. Forthcoming in International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26, (6), Chen, J., Sikalidis, A., Kalantonis, P. & Georgakopoulos, G. (2015). The Influence of Tone at the Top on Earnings Management. Forthcoming in International Journal of Corporate Finance and Accounting. Congregado, E., Millan, J.M., Roman, C., Praag, C.M. van & Stel, A. van (2015). The value of an educated population for an individual's entrepreneurship success. Journal of Business Venturing, 29, (5), Dari Mattiacci, G. & Guerriero, C. (2015). Law and Culture: A Theory of Comparative Variation in Bona Fide Purchase Rules. Forthcoming in Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 35, (3). Degeorge, F., Martin, J.K. & Phalippou, L. (2015). On Secondary Buyouts. Forthcoming in Journal of Financial Economics. Does, R.J.M.M., Mast, J. de & Schoonhoven, M. (2015). Discussion of An emerging science of improvement in healthcare. Quality Engineering, 27, (1), (DOI: / ). Dutordoir, M., Verbeeten, F.H.M. & Beijer, D. de (2015). The Magnitude and Determinants of Stock Price Reactions to Brand Value Announcements. International Journal of Research in Marketing, 32, (1) (DOI: /j.ijresmar ). Erdmann, T., Mast, J. de & Warrens, M. (2015). Some common errors of experimental design, interpretation and inference in agreement studies. Forthcoming in Statistical Methods in Medical Research. (DOI: / ). Francke, M.K. & Minne, A.M. van de (2015). Land, Structure & Depreciation. Forthcoming in Real Estate Economics. Grubnic, S., Thomson, I. & Georgakopoulos, G. (2017). Managing and accounting for sustainable development across generations in public services. Forthcoming in Public Money & Management, 37, 6

8 (1). Haas, M. de & Eerde, W. van (2015). Archetypes and Person Organization fit in law firms. Forthcoming in Journal of Professions and Organizations. (DOI: /jpo/jov003). Hart, T., David, P., Shao, F., Fox, C. & Westermann Behaylo, M. (2015). An examination of the impact of executive compensation disparity on corporate social performance. Forthcoming in Strategic Organization. (DOI: / ). Hartog, D.N. den (2015). Ethical Leadership. Forthcoming in Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 2, (DOI: /annurev orgpsych ). Havermans, L.A., Hartog, D.N. den, Keegan, A.E. & Uhl Bien, M. (2015). Exploring the role of leadership in enabling contextual ambidexterity. Forthcoming in Human Resource Management. Havermans, L.A., Keegan, A.E. & Hartog, D.N. den (2015). Choosing your words carefully: Leaders narratives of complex emergent problem resolution. International Journal of Project Management, 33, (5), (DOI: /j.ijproman ). Homan, A.C., Buengeler, C., Eckhoff, R.A., Ginkel, W.P. van & Voelpel, S.C. (2015). The Interplay of Diversity Training and Diversity Beliefs on Team Creativity in Nationality Diverse Teams. Forthcoming in Journal of Applied Psychology. (DOI: /apl ). Hoogh, A.H.B. de, Greer, L.L. & Hartog, D.N. den (2015). Diabolical Dictators or Capable Commanders? An Investigation of the Differential Effects of Autocratic Leadership on Team Performance. Forthcoming in The Leadership Quarterly. (DOI: /j.leaqua ). Hoogh, A.H.B. de, Hartog, D.N. den & Nevicka, B. (2015). Gender Differences in the Perceived Effectiveness of Narcissistic Leaders. Forthcoming in Applied Psychology: an International Review. (DOI: /apps ). Hooghiemstra, R., Kuang, F.Y. & Qin, B. (2015). Say on pay votes: The role of the media. Forthcoming in European Accounting Review. (DOI: / ). Hu, A. & Zou, L. (2015). Sequential Auctions, Price Trends, and Risk Preferences. Forthcoming in Journal of Economic Theory, 158, (DOI: /j.jet ). Jing, L., Konuş, U., Pauwels, K., & Langerak, F. (2015). The Hare and the Tortoise: Are Early Adopters of Online Channel Really More Profitable? Journal of Retailing, 91, (2), (DOI: /j.jretai ). Jochem, T., Murtazhashvili, I. & Murtazhashvili, J. (2015). Social Identity and Political Representation: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Afghanistan. Forthcoming in Journal of Experimental Political Science. (DOI: /XPS ). Kirchberg, D.M., Eerde, W. van & Roe, R.A. (2015). Polychronicity and multitasking: A diary study at work. Human Performance, 28, (2), (DOI: / ). Kleinknecht, R.H. (2015). Employee participation in corporate governance: Implications for company resilience. The European Journal of Industrial Relations, 21, (1), (DOI: / ). Kobayashi, V., Mol, S.T., Kismihók, G. (2015). Labour market driven learning analytics. Journal of Learning Analytics, 1, (3), Koellinger, P., Mell, J., Treffers, T., Pohl, I. & Roessler, C. (2015). Self Employed but looking: A labor market experiment. Economica, 82, (325), (DOI: /ecca.12115). Kolk, A. (2015). The role of international business in clean technology transfer and development. Climate Policy, 15, (1), (DOI: / ). Kolk, A. (2015). The social responsibility of international business: From ethics and the environment to CSR and sustainable development. Forthcoming in Journal of World Business, 51(1). Kolk, A. & Lenfant, F. (2015). Partnerships for peace and development in fragile states: Identifying missing links. Forthcoming in Academy of Management Perspectives. (DOI: /amp ). Kolk, A. & Lenfant, F. (2015). Cross sector collaboration, institutional gaps and fragility: The role of social innovation partnerships in a conflict affected region. Forthcoming in Journal of Public Policy & Marketing. (DOI: /jppm ). Kolk, A. & Tsang, S. (2015). Co evolution in relation to small cars and sustainability in China: Interactions between central and local governments, and with business. Forthcoming in Business & Society. (DOI: / ). Kolk, A., Van Dolen, W.M. & Ma, L. (2015). Consumer perceptions of CSR: (how) is China different? 7

9 Forthcoming in International Marketing Review. (DOI: /IMR ). Kolk, A., Vock, M. & Dolen, W.M. van (2015). Microfoundations of partnerships: Exploring the role of employees in trickle effects. Forthcoming in Journal of Business Ethics. (DOI: /s ). Kortmann, S. (2015). The mediating role of strategic orientations on the relationship between ambidexterity oriented decisions and innovative ambidexterity. Forthcoming in Journal of Product Innovation Management. (DOI: /jpim.12151). Kourula, A. & Delalieux, G. (2015). The micro level foundations and dynamics of political corporate social responsibility: Hegemony and passive revolution through civil society. Forthcoming in Journal of Business Ethics. (DOI: /s ). Kuiper, A., Kemper, B. & Mandjes, M. (2015). A computational approach to optimized appointment scheduling. Queueing Systems, 79, (DOI /s ). Lawson, R.A., Blocher, E., Brewer, P.C., Stout, D.E., Sorensen, J.E., Stocks, K., Taylor Morris, J. & Wouters, M. (2015). Thoughts on competency integration in accounting education. Forthcoming in Issues in Accounting Education. (DOI: /iace 51021). Lindquist, M., Sol, J. & Praag, C.M. van (2015). Why Do Entrepreneurial Parents Have Entrepreneurial Children? Journal of Labor Economics. 33, (2), (http://www.jstor.org/stable/ /678493). Midttun, A., Gjølberg, M., Kourula, A., Sweet, S. & Vallentin, S. (2015). Public policies for corporate social responsibility in four Nordic countries: Harmony of goals and conflict of means. Forthcoming in Business & Society, 54, (4), DOI: / ). Mion, L., Georgakopoulos, G., Kalantonis, P. & Iriotis, N. (2015). Value Relevance of Financial Statements in Times of Crisis; an Empirical Study. Forthcoming in International Journal of Corporate Finance & Accounting, 1, (2), (DOI: /ijcfa ). Mom, T.J.M., Neerijnen, P. van, Reinmoeller, P. & Verwaal, E. (2015). Relational Capital and Individual Exploration: Unravelling the influence of goal alignment and knowledge acquisition. Organization Studies, 36, (6), (DOI: / ). Muller, A. & Kolk, A. (2015). Responsible tax as corporate social responsibility: The case of multinational enterprises and effective tax in India. Business & Society, 54, (4), (DOI: / ). Muller, A.R. & Whiteman, G. (2015). Corporate Philanthropic Responses to Emergent Human Needs: The Role of Organizational Attention Focus. Forthcoming in Journal of Business Ethics. (DOI: /s x). Nazir, H., Riaz, M. & Does, R.J.M.M. (2015). Robust CUSUM control charting for process dispersion. Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 31, (3), (DOI: /qre.1596). Nazir, H.Z., Abbas, N., Riaz, M. & Does, R.J.M.M. (2015). A comparative study of memory type control charts under normal and contaminated normal environments. Forthcoming in Quality and Reliability Engineering International. O Dwyer, B. & Boomsma, R. (2015). The co construction of NGO accountability: aligning imposed and felt accountability in NGO funder accountability relationships. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 28, (1), (DOI: /AAAJ ). Quintelier, K.J.P. & Fessler, D.M.T. (2015). Confounds in Moral/Conventional Studies. Philosophical Explorations, 18, (1), (DOI: / ). Rivera Santos, M., Holt, D., Littlewood, D. & Kolk, A. (2015). Social entrepreneurship in sub Saharan Africa. Academy of Management Perspectives, 29, (1), (DOI: /amp ). Saleh, N., Mahmoud, M., Jones Farmer, L., Zwetsloot, I. & Woodall, W. (2015). Another look at the EWMA control chart with estimated parameters. Forthcoming in Journal of Quality Technology. Schmitt, A. Hartog, D.N. den & Belschak F.D. (2015). Is outcome responsibility at work emotionally exhausting? Investigating employee proactivity as a moderator. Forthcoming in Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. (DOI: /a ). Schopman, L.M., Kalshoven, K. & Boon, C. (2015). When health care workers perceive high commitment HRM will they be motivated to continue working in health care? It may depend on their supervisor and intrinsic motivation. Forthcoming in International Journal of Human Resource Management. Sloof, R. & Praag, C.M. van (2015). Testing for Distortions in Performance Measures: An Application to 8

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