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17. Berkhout, J. (2016). Topics in Markov chain theory and simulation optimization.
18. Van-Werven, R. (2017). Acquiring resources for a new venture: A study of the micro-level linguistic practices of startup entrepreneurs.
19. Prats Lopez, M. (2017). Managing citizen science in the Humanities: The challenge of ensuring quality.
20. Kaandorp, M.S. (2017). Creating from within: A study on interpersonal networking approaches and intuition in task-related interaction.
21. Van Grinsven, M. (2017). A patient is not a car; Lean in healthcare: Studying agency in the translation of management concepts.
22. Muleta Eyana, S. (2017). Entrepreneurial behavior and firm performance of Ethiopian tour operators.
23. Van Ee, M. (2017). Routing under Uncertainty: Approximation and complexity.
24. Van Dijk, M. (2017). When I give, I give myself: essays on individual contributions to societal goals
25. Oostervink, N. (2017). Self-Organizing Knowledge: Examining the conditions under which professionals share and integrate knowledge.
26. Mousavi, S. (2017). Managing innovation for sustainability- A dynamic
capabilities approach.
27. Cai, W. (2017). Awakening employee creativity in organizations.
28. Kranzbuhler, A.M. (2018). Orchestrating the customer journey: Four
essays on how to create meaningful customer experiences.
29. Chabala, M. (2018). Small firm growth in a least developed country:
How small firm owners affect the growth of their firms in Zambia.
30. Choongo, P. (2018). Sustainable Entrepreneurship in Zambia: The engagement in and effect of sustainable practices in small and
medium-sized enterprises.
31. Hilbolling, S. (2018). Organizing ecosystems for digital innovation.
32. Van der Wal, A. J. (2018). Harnessing ancestral roots to grow a
sustainable world.
33. Hofstra, N. (2018). Individual decision-making in operations: A
behavioral perspective.
34. Mu, Y. (2019). Management of Service Innovation Quality.
35. Stephenson, K.A. (2019). Paperless professors: A study of changing
academic work and workspaces.
36. Hummel, J.T. (2019). Collaboration and innovation between
heterogeneous actors

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