Interlocking Directorates Project
In this project, we reconstruct national and international interlocking directorates networks within Europe. Considering that no one has done this before, we focus both on describing as well as explaining differences in networks. We study both company as well as country effects. Additionally, we study how these national networks of interlocking directorates are connected to emerging transnational networks.
Project 1: Describing and explaining European Corporate networks
- Van Veen, Kees & Jan Kratzer, National and international interlocking directorates within Europe: corporate networks within and between 15 European countries. Conference paper, EURAM 2008, Ljubljana, 14-17 May.
- Van Veen, Kees & Jan Kratzer, National and international interlocking directorates within Europe: corporate networks within and between 15 European countries, submitted to Journal for International Business Studies.
Project 2: Why do companies use interlocking directorates
- Van Veen, Kees & Jan Kratzer, Why do companies have national and international interlocking directorates: a European comparative study, work-in-progress.
Project 3: Longitudinal stability of interlocking directorates
Floris van der Lee and Kees van Veen study dutch interlocking directorate networks in order to establish the stability of these networks over time.
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