Repository

Publications

2020

Work in Progress

  • J.E. Kloppenburg, R. van Tulder, M.C.L. Arts & S.G. Tideman (2020). a Value Theory of Firms.(Intern rapport, for NWO project on shared value creation). Rotterdam: Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
  • Van Tulder, R. & van Mil, E. (2020). Responsible Governance: Broadening The Corporate Governance Discourse To Include Positive Duties And Collective Action. In K. Shair, R. Suddaby, O. Laasch & D. Jamali (Eds.), Research Handbook of Responsible Management. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing
  • S. Pfisterer & R. van Tulder (2020). Governing Partnerships for Development in Post-Conflict Settings: Evidence from a longitudinal case study in Colombia. In Business Ethics – a European Perspective
  • R. van Tulder, A. Verbeke & B. Jankowska (Ed.). (2020). International Business in a VUCA World. The changing role of states and firms (Progress in International Business Research, 14). Bingley: Emerald
  • Van Tulder, R. (2020). The Multinational Perspective On Responsible Management: Managing Risk Responsibility Trade-Offs Across Borders. In K. Shair, R. Suddaby, O. Laasch & D. Jamali (Eds.), Research Handbook of Responsible Management. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing
  • A.A. Lashitew & R. van Tulder (2020). Why do firms choose to fight poverty? The motives behind inclusive business practices in Africa. In J. Muthuri, M.G. Arnold, S. Gold & X.R. Fajardo (Eds.), Base of the Pyramid Markets in Africa: Innovation and Challenges to Sustainability . Oxfordshire: Routledge
  • R. van Tulder, A. Verbeke & B. Jankowska (2020). Introduction: Progress in International Business Research in an Increasingly VUCA World’. In International Business in a VUCA World. The changing role of states and firms (Progress in International Business Research, 14) (pp. 1-23). Bingley: Emerald
  • A. Balaoing-Pelkmans & R. Van Tulder (2019). The Net Worth of Networks Firm-level effects of participating in Global Production Networks: evidence from the Philippines. World Bank Research Observer .
  • R. van Tulder (2020). In search of an integrative approach to managing distance. In AIB insights . Academy of International Business
  • S.M. Lijfering & R. van Tulder (2020). Inclusive Business in Africa. A business model perspective. The Partnerships Resource Centre . Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Rotterdam

2019

Peer Reviewed Articles

Books

Part of book – chapter

2018

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES

Books

Part of book – chapter

2017

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES

Books

Part of book – chapter

2016

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES

Part of book – chapter

2015

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES

  • P. Konijn & R. Van Tulder (2015). Resources-for-infrastructure (R4I) Swaps: A new model for successful internationalisation strategies of Rising power firms? Critical Perspectives on International Business, 11 (3/4), 1-36. https://repub.eur.nl/pub/90064

Books

Part of book – chapter

  • R. Drogendijk, R. Van Tulder & A. Verbeke (2015). Three Organizational Challenges for Multinational Enterprises. In The Future of Global Organizing (PIBR, 10) (pp. 3-23). Bingham: Emerald
  • R. Van Tulder & T. Muuse (2015). Do Generations Matter. In RSM (Ed.), Generation Y challenges you (Max Havelaar Lectures, 2014) (pp. 11-34). Rotterdam: ERIM

2014

Books

Part of book – chapter

2013

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES

Books