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Kees van Veen
Kees van Veen
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen
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What's in a fashion? Interpretative viability and management fashions
J Benders, K Van Veen
Organization 8 (1), 33-53, 2001
6972001
Trust in government regarding COVID-19 and its associations with preventive health behaviour and prosocial behaviour during the pandemic: a cross-sectional and longitudinal study
Q Han, B Zheng, M Cristea, M Agostini, JJ Bélanger, B Gützkow, ...
Psychological medicine, 1-11, 2021
2112021
How international are executive boards of European MNCs? Nationality diversity in 15 European countries
K Van Veen, I Marsman
European Management Journal 26 (3), 188-198, 2008
1352008
Governance regimes and nationality diversity in corporate boards: A comparative study of Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom
K Van Veen, J Elbertsen
Corporate Governance: An International Review 16 (5), 386-399, 2008
992008
National and international interlocking directorates within Europe: corporate networks within and among fifteen European countries
K Van Veen, J Kratzer
Economy and Society 40 (1), 1-25, 2011
812011
Where do international board members come from? Country-level antecedents of international board member selection in European boards
K Van Veen, PR Sahib, E Aangeenbrug
International Business Review 23 (2), 407-417, 2014
662014
Intergenerational conflicts of interest and prosocial behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic
S Jin, D Balliet, A Romano, G Spadaro, CJ Van Lissa, M Agostini, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 171, 110535, 2021
542021
Managers’ awareness of fashionable management concepts: An empirical study
A Van Rossem, K Van Veen
European Management Journal 29 (3), 206-216, 2011
402011
Diffusion, translation and the neglected role of managers in the fashion setting process: The case of MANS
K Van Veen, J Bezemer, L Karsten
Management Learning 42 (2), 149-164, 2011
402011
Managementconcepten in beweging
L Karsten
Uitgeverij Van Gorcum, 1998
381998
Inside an Internal Labor Market: Formal Rules, Flexibility and Career Lines in a Dutch Manufacturing Company
K Veen
Thesis Publishers, 1997
381997
Lives versus livelihoods? Perceived economic risk has a stronger association with support for COVID-19 preventive measures than perceived health risk
CF Nisa, JJ Bélanger, DG Faller, NR Buttrick, JO Mierau, MMK Austin, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-12, 2021
252021
Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence
W Stroebe, MR vanDellen, G Abakoumkin, EP Lemay Jr, WM Schiavone, ...
PloS one 16 (10), e0256740, 2021
242021
Relational signalling and the rise of CEO compensation:“… it is not just about money, it is about what the money says…”
K van Veen, R Wittek
Long Range Planning 49 (4), 477-490, 2016
182016
What happened to the popularity of the Polder model? Emergence and disappearance of a political fashion
L Karsten, K van Veen, A van Wulfften Palthe
International Sociology 23 (1), 35-65, 2008
122008
An algorithm for identifying career lines from job history data
R Althauser, K Van Veen
Journal of Mathematical Sociology 20 (2-3), 89-107, 1995
111995
How did the financial crisis affect the transnationality of the global financial elite? One step forward and one step back.
K van Veen
Global Networks 1, 105-126, 2018
102018
Intentions to be vaccinated against COVID-19: The role of prosociality and conspiracy beliefs across 20 countries
V Enea, N Eisenbeck, DF Carreno, KM Douglas, RM Sutton, M Agostini, ...
Health Communication, 1-10, 2022
92022
Lockdown lives: A longitudinal study of inter-relationships among feelings of loneliness, social contacts, and solidarity during the COVID-19 lockdown in early 2020
JA Van Breen, M Kutlaca, Y Koç, BF Jeronimus, AM Reitsema, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 48 (9), 1315-1330, 2022
82022
Using machine learning to identify important predictors of COVID-19 infection prevention behaviors during the early phase of the pandemic
CJ Van Lissa, W Stroebe, NP Leander, M Agostini, T Draws, ...
Patterns 3 (4), 100482, 2022
72022
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