Feedback Cycles

  • 09.04: Cooperation Decay in Organizations

    04.04 Roots and routes to African migrant women’s labour integration in the Netherlands (1970-2022)

    12.8 Should we? How appeals to moral responsibility affect group-level behavioural change

    06.10 Corporate quotas and gender equality within organizations

    12.12 Just kidding?! Using humor to cope with moral responsibility and facilitate behavioural change

    09.10 Social Movements in Iran: Why do Iranian Social Movements Fail?

    12.09 A gender lens to facilitate sustainable climate actions

    06.09 The role of dual identity holders for achieving sustainable cooperation among conflicting groups

    12.10 Examining pathways to more sustainable consumption – the role of social-norm interventions 

    12.04 Complicity as Motivated Ignorance: Shared Responsibility in Cases of Oppression

    12.07 Should I? How appeals to moral responsibility affect individual level behavioural change

    09.08 Consensual bargaining strategies: The Road to Sustainable Industrial Relations in an Era of Liberalization and Precarization?

    13.01 Interdisciplinary data integration and evidence amalgamation

    12.05 The Fair Status-Quo Bias

    09.01 The Associative Order in the Netherlands: An Historical Analysis of its Development, Functioning and Well-being Effects

    09.05 Cooperation, Cooperatives and Development

    06.07 A historical lens on family firms and gender equality in the Netherlands, 1900-2000

    6.8 The historical development of gender occupational segmentation and stereotyping of medical specializations, 1950-2020

    6.1 Information sharing and social identity

    6.2 Bipolarization and the new media

    6.6 Dealing with Disadvantage: Cooperation, Conflict and Resistance

    9.3 Sustainable Cooperation in Organizations: Success and Failure

    12.PD Addressing Intergroup Inequality by Invoking the Moral Responsibility of the Powerful

    12.3 Methods of justification and the role of moral theory in bioethics

    12.1 Decision Making and Responsibility Allocation

    9.7 Connecting Organizational Stakeholders: Corporate Values and Business Practices

    9.2 Running the family business: Stakeholders, values and reputation

    7.6 Cross-border network governance for sustainable training in health care

    6.5 Informal Social Networks and Organizational Inclusion: The Invisible Minority’s Dilemma

    6.4 Reconciling epistemic and demographic diversity

    4.1 Caring Communities: Integrating Newcomers into the Labour Market

    9.6 Gigs of their own: Can Platform Cooperatives of Gig Workers Become Resilient?

    3.3 The emergence of sustainable care cooperatives: the role of social networks

    12.2 Degrees of Moral Responsibility

    6.3 Ethnic Diversity, Norms and Networks