M. D. Leiren and J. Wettestad. 2021. Comparative Renewables Policy: Political, Organizational and European Fields. Edited by E. L. Boasson, Pp. 279. London: Routledge. Publisher's Version
E. Meriläinen, J. Mäkinen, and N. Solitander. 2020. “Blurred Responsibilities of Disaster Governance: The American Red Cross in the US and Haiti.” Politics and Governance, 8, 4, Pp. 331-342. Publisher's Version
R. P. Amdam. 2020. “Creating the New Executive: Postwar Executive Education and Socialization into the Managerial Elite.” Management & Organizational History, 15, 2, Pp. 106-122.
R. P. Amdam, R. Lunnan, O. Bjarnar, and L. L. Halse. 2020. “Keeping up with the Neighbors: The Role of Cluster Identity and Internationalization.” Journal of World Business, 55, 5.
K. Pernkopf, M. Latzke, and W. Mayrhofer. 2020. “Effects of Mixed Signals on Employer Attractiveness: A Mixed-Method Study Based on Signalling and Convention Theory.” Human Resource Management Journal, Pp. 1-22. Publisher's Version
P. Heslin and M. Latzke. 2020. “Individual Difference Antecedents of Career Outcomes.” In The Routledge Companion to Career Studies, edited by H. Gunz, M. Lazarova, and W. Mayrhofer, 1st ed., Pp. 162-179. London: Routledge. Publisher's Version
M. Latzke, M. Schiffinger, D. Zellhofer, and J. Steyrer. 2020. “Soft Factors, Smooth Transport? The Role of Safety Climate and Team Processes in Reducing Adverse Events During Intrahospital Transport in Intensive Care.” Health Care Management Review, 45, 1, Pp. 32-40. Publisher's Version
S. Poutanen, A. Kovalainen, and P. Rouvinen. 12/5/2019. Digital Work and the Platform Economy: Understanding Tasks, Skills and Capabilities in the New Era.. 1st ed., Pp. 246. Routledge.
R. P. Amdam, R. Fredona, and S. A. Reinert. 7/24/2019. “Breaking Even: Political Economy and Private Enterprise in the Norwegian Glass Industry, 1739–1803.” Business History Review, 93, 2, Pp. 275-317.
K. Fellnhofer. 6/2019. “Toward a Taxonomy of Entrepreneurship Education Research Literature: A Bibliometric Mapping and Visualization.” Educational Research Review, 27, Pp. 28-55. Publisher's Version
J. Wettestad and T. Jevnaker. 5/3/2019. “Smokescreen Politics? Ratcheting Up EU Emissions Trading in 2017.” Journal of Policy Research, 36, 5, Pp. 635-659.
K. Fellnhofer. 1/28/2019. “Online Mechanisms for Smart Specialisation Facilitate the Entrepreneurial Discovery Process.” Academy of Management Global Proceedings, Tel Aviv, 2018.
G. Fermann. 2019. Coping with Caveats in Coalition Warfare: An Empirical Research Program. 1st ed., Pp. 281. Palgrave Macmillon.
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S. Konlechner, M. Latzke, W. H. Güttel, and E. Höfferer. 2019. “Prospective Sensemaking, Frames and Planned Change Interventions: A Comparison of Change Trajectories in two Hospital Units.” Human Relations, 72, 4, Pp. 706-732. Publisher's Version
U. Eriksson-Zetterquist. 2019. “The (Re?)Emergence of New Ideas in the Field of Organizational Studies.” The Production of Managerial Knowledge and Organizational Theory: New Approaches to Writing, Producing and Consuming Theory, Pp. 123-139.
2019. Work and Labor in the Digital Age. Volume 33 of the Research in the Sociology of Work book series, Pp. 209. Emerald Publishing.
L. H. Gulbrandsen, J. Wettestad, D. G. Victor, and A. Underda. 11/27/2018. “The Political Roots of Divergence in Carbon Market Design.” Climate Policy, 19, 4, Pp. 427-438. Publisher's Version
G. Fermann and P. M. Frost-Nielsen. 9/25/2018. “Conceptualizing Caveats for Political Research: Defining and Measuring National Reservations on the use of Force during Multinational Military Operations.” Contemporary Security Policy, 40, 1, Pp. 56-69. Publisher's Version
A. Hetzler. 2/28/2018. “Framing Work Injury/Sickness in a Changing Welfare State: Naming and Blaming.” In The Transformation of Work in Welfare State Organizations: New Public Management and the Institutional Diffusion of Ideas., Pp. 223-241. London: Routledge.