Organization Science

 

 

 Sarah van Duijn

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My research focuses on new collaborations that emerge as a consequence of the decentralization of care tasks in the Netherlands.

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Glimmerveen  Ludo Glimmerveen

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The symbolic boundaries by which actors make sense of what happens in their field, as well as the actual governance practices that lead to (or obstruct) alignment between the professional domain and the life world of citizens and their communities.

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Iteke van Hille

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In my PhD, I study an organization that works toward the acceleration of sustainable trade, providing important insights into how such an initiator can effectuate social change, by taking up a convener role in partnerships that are rife with conflicting interests.

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Jori Kalkman

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My PhD-research focuses on civil-military collaboration in Dutch disaster response and crisis management.

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Luzan Koster

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My project zooms in on the interpretation of the new discourse by patients, professionals and informal caregivers and on the way this affects their identities.

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Femke Mulder

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My project explores how different humanitarian agencies map, interpret and govern (online) information networks in their efforts to respond to natural and man-made disasters and crises.

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David Passenier

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Improvisation and compliance with procedures in safety critical organizations.

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Arjen Schmidt

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How can heterogeneous information networks be mapped, interpreted and governed to make netcentric response more adaptive.

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Claire van Teunenbroek

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Crowdfunding, focusing on donation and reward-based crowdfunding in the cultural heritage sector, which can be categorized as philanthropic crowdfunding.

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 John van Trijp

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Organizational Resilience as an Emergent Design for a Safety Region.

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Margo Veenstra

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Which identity negotiation strategies are most effective towards attaining positive affective and productive outcomes at work.

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Marieke van Wieringen  Marieke van Wieringen

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Care networks of frail elderly people: the cooperation and tuning among care providers.

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   Dianka Zuiderwijk

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Resilience and governance in complex temporary organizations. In the context of safety-critical industries, in particular the offshore drilling industry, my study explores how resilience capability contributes to the success of complex temporary organizations and takes a special interest in the effects of shifts in compliance focus on that capability.

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