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Publications

Adams, R.B., J. de Haan, S. Terjesen, H. van Ees (2015). Board diversity : Moving the field forward. Corporate Governance - An International Review , 23 (2), 77-82.

Bunderson, J.S., G.S. van der Vegt, Y. Cantimur, and F. Rink (2016). Different views of hierarchy and why they matter : Hierarchy as inequality or as cascading influence. Academy of Management Journal, 59 (4), 265-1289.

Cantimur, Y., F. Rink, and G.S. van der Vegt (2016). When and why hierarchy steepness is related to team performance. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 25 (5), 658-673.

Haan, J. de, and R. Vlahu (2016). Corporate governance of banks: A survey. Journal of Economic Surveys, 30 (2), 228-277.

Hooghiemstra, R. , N. Hermes, and J. Emanuels (2015). National culture and internal control disclosures : A cross-country analysis. Corporate Governance - An International Review, 23 (4), 357–377.

Hooghiemstra, R., N. Hermes, L. Oxelheim, and T. Randoy (2019). Strangers on the board: The impact of board internationalization on earnings management of Nordic firms. International Business Review, 28(1), 119-134.

Kane, A., and F. Rink (2015). How newcomers influence group utilization of their knowledge : Integrating versus differentiating Strategies. Group Dynamics-Theory Research and Practice, 19 (2), 91-105.

Lount, Jr, R.B., O.J. Sheldon, F. Rink, and K.W. Phillips (2015). Biased perceptions of racially diverse teams and their consequences for resource support. Organization Science, 26 (5), 1351-1364.

Mukherjee, S.(2018). Can Benford's Law Explain CEO Pay?, Corporate Governance: An International Review, 26(2), 143-156.

Oehmichen, J. , L. Jacobey, and M. Wolff (2019). Have we made ourselves (too) clear? Performance effects of the incentive explicitness in CEO compensation. Long Range Planning, in print.

Phillips, K.W.P., R.B. Lount, Jr., R.B. Sheldon, F. Rink (2016). The biases that punish racially diverse teams. Harvard Business Review, February 22.

Ryan, M.K. , S.A. Haslam, T. Morgenroth, F. Rink, J. Stoker, and K. Peters (2016). Getting on top of the glass cliff : Reviewing a decade of evidence, explanations, and impact. The Leadership Quarterly, 27 (3), 446-455.

Steffens, N.K., M.A. Fonseca, M.K. Ryan, F.A. Rink, J.I. Stoker, J.I., and A. Nederveen Pieterse (2018). How feedback about leadership potential impacts ambition, organizational commitment, and performance. The Leadership Quarterly, 29(6), 637-647.

Stoker, J.I., H. Garretsen, and D. Soudis (2019). Tightening the leash after a threat: A multi-level event study on leadership behavior following the financial crisis. The Leadership Quarterly, 30(2), 199-214.

Stoker, J.I., H. Garretsen , and L.J. Spreeuwers (2016). The facial appearance of CEOs : Faces signal selection but not performance. PLoS ONE, 11 (7), 1-11.

Veen, K . van, and R. Wittek (2016). Relational Signalling and the Rise of CEO Compensation "...It is Not Just About Money, It is About What the Money Says...". Long Range Planning, 49(4), 477-490.

Veltrop, D.B., N. Hermes, T.J.B.M. Postma, and J. de Haan (2015). A tale of two factions : Why and when factional demographic faultlines hurt board performance. C orporate Governance - An International Review, 23 (2), 145-160.

Veltrop, D., H. Molleman, R. Hooghiemstra, and H. van Ees (2018). The relationship between tenure and outside director task involvement: A social identity perspective. Journal of Management, 44(2), 445-469.

Veltrop, D.B., E. Molleman, R.B. H. Hooghiemstra, and H. van Ees (2017). Who's the Boss at the Top? A Micro-Level Analysis of Director Expertise, Status and Conformity within Boards. Journal of Management Studies, 54(7), 1079-1110.

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