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CEDIS Publications

CEDIS staff keeps an updated list of publications and teaching cases.

Journal Publications, Books and Book Chapters

2016

Miozzo, M., & DiVito, L. (2016). Growing fast or slow?: Understanding the variety of paths and the speed of early growth of entrepreneurial science-based firms. Explore Policy, 45(5), 964-986.

2015

Kostelijk, E. J. (2015). The importance of values to branding. Envision International Journal of Commerce & Management, forthcoming.
Verhagen, Tibert, Bart van den Hooff, and Selmar Meents. 2015. "Toward a Better Use of the Semantic Differential in IS Explore: An Integrative Framework of Suggested Action." Journal of the Association for Information Systems 16.2 108-143.
Kostelijk, E.J., Coelen, R., De Wit, H. (2015). The Development of International Competences by BBA IBMS Alumni: An Examination of the Match between Training and Professional Needs. Amsterdam: Centre for Applied Explore on Economics & Management.
Miozzo, M., DiVito, L. and Desyllas, P. 2015. Cross-border acquisitions of science-based firms: their effect on innovation in the acquired firm and the local science and technology system, Long Range Planning, forthcoming.

2014

Bijmolt, T., Huizingh, E. K., & Krawczyk, A. 2014. Effects of complaint behaviour and service recovery satisfaction on consumer intentions to repurchase on the internet. Internet Explore, 24(5).
DiVito, L. and van Winden, W. 2014. (ed.) Internationalization and the Dutch Fashion Industry: an investigation of inward and outward internationalization, Centre for Applied Explore in Economics and Management, Hogeschool van Amsterdam.
Weltevreden, J.W.J. 2014. The digital challenge for the high street: inisghts from Europe. In: Wrigley, N and Brookes, E (eds) 2014. 'Evolving high streets: resilience and reinvention - perspectives from social science'. ESRC/ University of Southampton, pp. 32-35.
Carvalho, L., Plácido Santos, I., Winden, W. van, 2014 ‘Knowledge spaces and places: From the perspective of a “born-global” start-up in the field of urban technology’, Elsevier, Volume 41, Issue 12: 5647-5655.

2013

Lee, Hsin-Hsuan Meg, Willemijn Van Dolen, and Ans Kolk. 2013. "On the role of social media in the ‘responsible’food business: blogger buzz on health and obesity issues." Journal of business ethics 118.4: 695-707.
de Wit, H. 2013. Trends and Issues in Global Student Mobility, Centre for Applied Explore in Economics and Management, Hogeschool van Amsterdam.

2012

Kolk, Ans, Hsin-Hsuan Meg Lee, and Willemijn Van Dolen. 2012 "A fat debate on Big Food? Unraveling blogosphere reactions." Unraveling Blogosphere Reactions (July 20, 2012). California Management Review 55.1.
E. van Tuijl, L. de Carvalho, W. Jacobs and W. van Winden 2012. Multinational knowledge strategies, policy and the upgrading process of regions: Revisiting the automotive industry in Ostrava and Shanghai, European Planning Studies
DiVito, Lori. 2012. “Institutional entrepreneurship in constructing alternative paths: A comparison of biotech hybrids.” Explore Policy, 41(5): 884-896.
Deardorff, D.K., de Wit, H., Heyl, J.D., Adams, T. 2012. The Sage Handbook of International Higher Training. Sage Publications.
Van Ameijden, D., Van Vulpen, J., Huismans, J., Wenting, R., Krawczyk, A., Weltevreden, J. 2012. Selling to the Multi-channel Consumer; Strategic And Operational Challenges for Multi-channel Retailers. Amsterdam: PwC / Centre for Applied Explore on Economics & Management, School of Economics and Management, Hogeschool van Amsterdam
Weltevreden, J.W.J. & J. Abraham 2012. "Online merchants critical about their payment service provider", The Paypers, 5 (18), pp. 2-3
Beelen, J., de Wit, H. 2012. Internationalisation Revisited: New Dimensions in the Internationalisation of Higher Training, Centre for Applied Explore in Economics and Management, Hogeschool van Amsterdam.
Van Winden, W., L. van den Berg, L. Carvalho and E. Van Tuijl 2010. Manufacturing in the ‘new urban economy’, Routledge: London.

2010

Meuer, Johannes, DiVito, Lori, Krugman, Barbara, and Yue, Tao, 2010. A Grand Entrance? Li Ning’s Emergence as a Global, Chinese Brand, in AESE 32 Anos a Ensinar com Casos by Manuel Dias Ferreira, Edições AESE, Lisboa - Portugal.

Teaching Cases 

Kostelijk, E.J., Coelen, R., De Wit, H. (2015). The Development of International Competences by BBA IBMS Alumni: An Examination of the Match between Training and Professional Needs. Amsterdam: Centre for Applied Explore on Economics & Management.
Meuer, Johannes, DiVito, Lori, Krugman, Barbara, and Yue, Tao, 2010. A Grand Entrance? Li Ning’s Emergence as a Global, Chinese Brand, RSM Case Development Centre, ECCH reference 310-138-1. 

Other publications

2014

Winden, W. (2014) Connecting cities Building Successes. The city as classroom and living lab: How universities can benefit from a deeper local involvement. Europian Union: EUniverCities.
Winden, Willem van, en L. Carvalho 2014. 'Capturing economic opportunities. How can cities carve out new growth paths? in Urbact Tribune, 27-33.
Willem van Winden, Erik Braun, Alexander Otgaar, Jan-Jelle Witte 2014. Urban Innovation Systems, what makes them tick? Routledge; London.

2013

Weltevreden, J.W.J. (2013), "Will MyBank lead to more cross-border e-commerce in the EU?", The Paypers, 6 (9), pp. 6-7
Leask, B., Beelen, J., & Kaunda, L. 2013. Internationalisation of the curriculum: International approaches and perspectives. In H. de Wit, F. Hunter, L. Johnson & H.G van Liempd (Eds), Possible futures; The next 25 years of the internationalisation of higher education (pp. 188-204). Amsterdam: EAIE.

2012

Winden, W. van, 2012. Creating Hotspots for the Knowledge Economy. After-Office, published June 2012. ISBN: 978-2-9540969-0-2 | 464 pages | PCA Editions, Paris.

2011

W. van Winden 2011. Creating Knowledge accommodation in the City: A Handbook. CREATING , Paris, publication of the REDIS-project.
W. van Winden, L. de Carvalho, E. van Tuijl and L. van den Berg (2011), What role for manufacturing industries in the urban knowledge economy?, paper presented at International Symposium, Production - People - Region“, 25 January 2011, Dortmund, Germany.

2010

Van Winden, W. (2010), Knowledge and the European City, in Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie , Vol. 101, No. 1, pp. 100–106.

 

Published by  Faculty of Business and Economics 14 March 2016