Kees van Veen
Kees van Veen
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen
Verified email at rug.nl
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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
6092001
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
992008
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
812008
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
702011
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
462014
Inside an internal labor market: Formal rules, flexibility and career lines in a Dutch manufacturing company
K Veen
Thesis Publishers, 1997
381997
Managementconcepten in beweging
L Karsten
Uitgeverij Van Gorcum, 1998
371998
Managers’ awareness of fashionable management concepts: An empirical study
A Van Rossem, K Van Veen
European Management Journal 29 (3), 206-216, 2011
312011
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
302011
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
152008
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
121995
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
92016
User dynamics in a Dutch cafeteria system
P van der Meer, K van Veen
Personnel Review, 2009
52009
Management Consultancies in the Netherlands in the 1950s and 1960s: Between Systemic Context and External Influences
L Karsten, K van Veen
Management Consulting: Emergency and Dynamics of a Knowledge Industry, 52-70, 2001
42001
The future qualities of workforces: a simulation study of the long-term consequences of minor selection decisions
WSJ Geerlings, K Veen
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 17 (7), 1254-1266, 2006
32006
Simulating Patterns of Organizational Careers
WSJ Geerlings, K Van Veen
Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory 7 (4), 287-310, 2001
32001
Is er een Europese arbeidsmarkt voor topmanagers?
K Veen, I Marsman
Tijdschrift voor arbeidsvraagstukken 23 (1), 36, 2007
22007
Understanding variations between management fashions: a comparison of the different institutional expressions of two management concepts
J Bezemer, L Karsten, K Van Veen
University of Groningen, 2003
22003
Variaties in managementmodes verklaard: de opkomst en ondergang van MANS en het Tilburger Model in Nederland
J Bezemer, L Karsten, K van Veen, K.
Accounting 106 (August), 11-21, 2002
22002
Sociale netwerk analyse voor kennismanagement: de blinde vlekken van wetenschap en praktijk
K Van Veen, A Flache, J Kratzer, R Wittek
Baalen, Van, P., Weggeman, M., Witteveen, A.(eds.). Kennis en Management†…, 2002
22002
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