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2004 - 2016

Current editor(s): Matthias Baum, Ina Ehnert, Marcel Erlinghagen, Simon Fietze, Susanne Gretzinger, Wenzel Matiaske and Sylvia Rohlfer

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Volume 27, issue 4, 2016

The relationship between profit-sharing schemes and wages: Evidence from French firms pp. 219-233 Downloads
Mathieu Floquet, Loris Guery, Chloé Guillot-Soulez, Patrice Laroche and Anne Stévenot
Resurrected, recovered, but still didn’t survive? A case study on the viability of employee-owned companies pp. 234-260 Downloads
Olaf Kranz and Thomas Steger
Financialisation of wages and works councils’ policy: Profit sharing in the German metalworking and electrical engineering industries pp. 261-284 Downloads
Thomas Haipeter
Employee share ownership in Germany: A cluster analysis of firms' aims pp. 285-303 Downloads
Renate Ortlieb, Wenzel Matiaske and Simon Fietze
Are firms with financial participation of employees better off in a crisis? Evidence from the IAB Establishment Panel Survey pp. 304-320 Downloads
Lutz Bellmann and Iris Möller

Volume 27, issue 3, 2016

Dynamics of a facilitator’s role: Insights from the Danish construction industry pp. 117-138 Downloads
Per V. Freytag and Pia Storvang
A long way home: How an intra-organizational innovation network overcomes its political boundaries pp. 139-159 Downloads
Christiane Rau, Anne-Katrin Neyer, Agnes Schipanski and Fiona Schweitzer
Predicting HR’s involvement and influence in strategic decision-making pp. 160-187 Downloads
Gary Florkowski and Miguel R. Olivas-Luján
Social reciprocity as a critical success factor for small and mid-size enterprises: Work relationships as reflections of social exchange structures pp. 188-207 Downloads
Thorsten Jochims

Volume 27, issue 1-2, 2016

HRM responses to ageing societies in Germany and Japan: Contexts for comparison pp. 5-13 Downloads
Keith Jackson and Philippe Debroux
Making the case for older workers pp. 14-28 Downloads
Philip Taylor and Catherine Earl
Diversity management in ageing societies: A comparative study of Germany and Japan pp. 29-49 Downloads
Lena Elisabeth Kemper, Anna Katharina Bader and Fabian Jintae Froese
Ageing society and evolving wage systems in Japan pp. 50-62 Downloads
Nobuo Sueki
Workplace accommodation for older teachers in Japan and Germany: The role of the institutional context in supporting late career options for teachers with ill health pp. 63-81 Downloads
Heike Schroeder, Masa Higo and Matt Flynn
Elderly workers in Japan: The need for a new deal pp. 82-96 Downloads
Philippe Debroux
Comparing HRM responses to ageing societies in Germany and Japan: Towards a new research agenda pp. 97-113 Downloads
Keith Jackson

Volume 26, issue 4, 2015

The influence of temporary time offs from work on employer attractive-ness – An experimental study pp. 282-305 Downloads
Sarah Altmann and Stefan Suess
Success factors in Balanced Scorecard implementations – A literature review pp. 306-327 Downloads
Rainer Lueg and Louisa Vu
Unpacking performance benefits of innovation ambidexterity: Evidence from the pharmaceutical industry pp. 328-348 Downloads
Osamu Suzuki

Volume 26, issue 3, 2015

Contemporary calendar management: Exploring the intersections of groupware and personal calendars pp. 185-202 Downloads
Sharon P. McKechnie and Joy E. Beatty
Time to teach: Revisiting teaching time in German higher education pp. 203-226 Downloads
Alexander Mitterle, Roland Block and Carsten Wuermann
Working time arrangements and family time of fathers: How work organization(s) shape fathers’ opportunities to engage in childcare pp. 227-252 Downloads
Thordis Reimer
Between work and non-work: Institutional settings of boundary management in case of German self-employed lawyers pp. 253-276 Downloads
Irma Rybnikova and Josephine Krueger

Volume 26, issue 2, 2015

Service innovation and internationalization in SMEs: Implications for growth and performance pp. 83-100 Downloads
Anna Kunttu and Lasse Torkkeli
Internationalisation of R&D: New insights into multinational enterprises’ R&D strategies in emerging markets pp. 101-122 Downloads
Stine Jessen Haakonsson and Vandana Ujjual
Job design, work engagement and innovative work behavior: A multi-level study on Karasek’s learning hypothesis pp. 123-137 Downloads
Stan De Spiegelaere, Guy Van Gyes, Hans De Witte and Geert Van Hootegem
Perceptions of HRM and their effect on dimensions of innovative work behaviour: Evidence from a manufacturing firm pp. 138-160 Downloads
Andre Veenendaal and Tanya Bondarouk
Success factors of virtual research teams – Does distance still matter? pp. 161-179 Downloads
Andrea Hanebuth

Volume 26, issue 1, 2015

Innovation, institutions and cultures: Exploring the European context pp. 5-24 Downloads
Bice Della Piana, Alessandra Vecchi and Enrica Vivacqua
Demand lotteries, abandonment options and the decision to start R&D and process innovation pp. 25-51 Downloads
Sabien Dobbelaere, Roland Iwan Luttens and Bettina Peters
Who can you trust? The Swedish Confederation for Professional Employees (TCO) and trust-based working time 1950-1970 pp. 52-68 Downloads
Mikael Ottosson and Calle Rosengren

Volume 25, issue 4, 2014

Job definitions and service behaviour. An investigation among technical service employees pp. 248-262 Downloads
Jan Dettmers
Sustainable HRM: Bridging theory and practice through the ‘Respect Openness Continuity (ROC)’-model pp. 263-284 Downloads
Peggy De Prins, Lou Van Beirendonck, Ans De Vos and Jesse Segers
The self-concept of book publishers and its significance for job satisfaction and satisfaction with economic success pp. 285-314 Downloads
Albert Martin and Susanne Bartscher-Finzer

Volume 25, issue 3, 2014

Demographic change and innovation: The ongoing challenge from the diversity of the labor force pp. 166-184 Downloads
Doreen Richter
Occupational segregation and organizational characteristics. Empirical evidence for Germany pp. 185-206 Downloads
Stefanie Seifert and Eva Schlenker
The management of diversity in U.S. and German higher education pp. 207-226 Downloads
Marlene Langholz
Can we support diversity by performance measurement of European higher education institutions? pp. 227-242 Downloads
René Krempkow and Ruth Kamm

Volume 25, issue 2, 2014

Stakeholder involvement in Human Resource Management practices: Evidence from Italy pp. 80-102 Downloads
Marco Guerci and Abraham B. Rami Shani
Is self-leadership the new silver bullet of leadership? An empirical test of the relationship between self-leadership and organizational commitment pp. 103-124 Downloads
Signe Pihl-Thingvad
Innovation in small and medium-sized companies: Knowledge integration mechanisms and the role of top managers’ networks pp. 125-147 Downloads
Alexander Fliaster and Tanja Golly

Volume 25, issue 1, 2014

Does alignment elicit competency-based HRM? A systematic review pp. 5-26 Downloads
Mieke Audenaert, Alex Vanderstraeten, Dirk Buyens and Sebastian Desmidt
Changes in workplace situation and work values. Relations and dynamics within different employment regimes pp. 27-49 Downloads
Sven Hauff and Stefan Kirchner
Service work without emotional labour? Role expectations of service engineers, their employers and customers in the mechanical engineering industry pp. 50-66 Downloads
Verena Houben and Kerstin Wuestner

Volume 24, issue 4, 2013

Corporate governance, uncertainty and executive stock option plans pp. 250-269 Downloads
Dolores Álvarez-Pérez, Edelmira Neira-Fontela and Carmen Castro-Casal
Sense of deservingness: What are the entitlement beliefs of students in their anticipatory psychological contract? pp. 270-288 Downloads
Werner Gresse, Bennie Linde and René Schalk
'Who are you?' – Constructing managerial identities in post-apartheid South Africa pp. 289-308 Downloads
Claude-Hélène Mayer and Lynette Louw
Contemporary psychological contracts: How both employer and employee are changing the employment relationship pp. 309-327 Downloads
Sjoerd van der Smissen, René Schalk and Charissa Freese

Volume 24, issue 3, 2013

Patterns of Organizational Flexibility in Knowledge-intensive Firms – Going Beyond Existing Concepts pp. 162-178 Downloads
Caroline Ruiner, Uta Wilkens and Monika Kuepper
The Implications of Flexible Work: Membership in Organizations Revisited pp. 179-198 Downloads
Angelika Schmidt
Employment-related Demands and Resources – New Ways of Researching Stress in Flexible Work Arrangements pp. 199-222 Downloads
Tim Vahle-Hinz, Katharina Kirschner and Maja Thomson
Conflict between Work and Life: The Case of Contract Workers in the German IT and Media Sectors pp. 222-244 Downloads
Shiva Sayah and Stefan Suess

Volume 24, issue 2, 2013

Balancing Firm and Network-based Resources to Gain Competitive Advantage: A Case Study of an Artisanal Musical Instruments Cluster in Germany pp. 77-95 Downloads
Birgit Leick
Social Capital Determinants of Preferential Resource Allocation in Regional Clusters pp. 96-113 Downloads
Niels J. Pulles and Holger Schiele
Bridging the Institutional Void: An Analytical Concept to Develop Valuable Cluster Services pp. 114-132 Downloads
Tine Schrammel
Facilitating Different Types of Clusters pp. 133-150 Downloads
Mads Bruun Ingstrup

Volume 24, issue 1, 2013

Embedded Flexibility Strategies and Diversity within Na-tional Institutional Frameworks: How many Flexibility Profiles are in the German Model? pp. 12-29 Downloads
Stefan Kirchner
Performance Principle and Organizational Compensation Practice in the Context of the Global Financial Crisis: A Discourse-analytical Study pp. 30-52 Downloads
Ronald Hartz and Gabriele Fassauer
Corporate Dieting. Persuasive Use of Metaphors in Downsizing pp. 53-70 Downloads
Heiko Hossfeld
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