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2018

Khattab, Jasmien, Van Knippenberg, Daniel L, Nederveen Pieterse, Anne and Hernandez, Morela (2018). A network utilization perspective on the leadership advancement of minorities. Academy of Management Review ,

Venus, Merlijn, Stam, D and Van Knippenberg, Daniel L (2018). Visions of change as visions of continuity. Academy of Management Journal ,

Troester, Christian, Parker, Andrew, Van Knippenberg, Daniel L and Sahlmuller, Ben (2018). The Coevolution of Social Networks and Thoughts of Quitting. Academy of Management Journal ,

2017

Edelman, Peter.J and Van Knippenberg, Daniel L (2017). Training Leader Emotion Regulation and Leadership Effectiveness. Journal of Business and Psychology, 32 (6), pp. 747-757.

Fritz, Claudia and Van Knippenberg, Daan (2017). Gender and leadership aspiration: The impact of work-life initiatives. Human Resource Management ,

Fritz, Claudia and Van Knippenberg, Daan (2017). Gender and leadership aspiration: the impact of organizational identification. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 38 (8), pp. 1018-1037.

Fritz, Claudia and Van Knippenberg, Daan (2017). Gender and leadership aspiration:Interpersonal and collective elements of cooperative climate differentially influence women and men. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47 (11), pp. 591-604.

Hoever, Inga, Zhou, Jing and Van Knippenberg, Daniel L (2017). Different strokes for different teams:the contingent effects of positive and negative feedback on the creativity of informationally homogeneous and diverse teams. Academy of Management Journal ,

2016

Gartzia, Leire and Van Knippenberg, Daniel L (2016). Too Masculine, Too Bad Effects of Communion on Leaders’ Promotion of Cooperation. Group and Organization Management, 41 (4), pp. 458-490.

Van Knippenberg, Daniel L, Stam, D.A, Wisse, B and Pieterse, A. Nederveen (2016). Motivation in Words: Promotion- and Prevention-Oriented Leader Communication in Times of Crisis. Journal of Management, 44 (7), pp. 2859-2887.

Van Knippenberg, Daniel L, Mayo, M, Gullien, L and Firfiray, S (2016). Team Diversity and Categorization Salience:Capturing Diversity-Blind, Intergroup-Biased, and Multicultural Perceptions. Organizational Research Methods, 19 (3), pp. 433-474.

Van Knippenberg, Daniel L, Pierro, A, Nevigato, G and Amato, C (2016). Ethical leaders and leadership effectiveness: the moderating role of individual differences in need for cognitive closure. Rassegna di Psycologica, 33 (1),

2015

Gils, Suzanne Van, A HOGG, Michael, Van Quaquebeke, N and Van Knippenberg, Daniel L (2015). When Organizational Identification Elicits Moral Decision-Making:A Matter of the Right Climate. Journal of Business Ethics, 142 (1), pp. 155-168.

Giessner, S..R, Quaquebeke, N.V, Van Gils, S, Van Knippenberg, Daniel L and Kollee, J.A.J.M (2015). In the moral eye of the beholder:the interactive effects of leader and follower moral identity on perceptions of ethical leadership and LMX quality. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 ,

Van Knippenberg, Daniel L, Dahlander, L, Haas, M.R and George, G (2015). Information, Attention, and Decision Making. Academy of Management Annals, 58 (3), pp. 649-657.

2014

Stam, D, Lord, R.G, Van Knippenberg, Daniel L and Wisse, B (2014). An Image of Who We Might Become:Vision Communication, Possible Selves, and Vision Pursuit. Organization Science, 25 (4), pp. 1172-1194.

Troster, C, Mehra, A and Van Knippenberg, Daniel L (2014). Structuring for team success:The interactive effects of network structure and cultural diversity on team potency and performance. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 124 (2), pp. 245-255.

2012

Hogg, Michael A., Van Knippenberg, Daan and Rast III, David E. (2012). Intergroup leadership in organizations:leading across group and organizational boundaries. Academy of Management Review, 37 (2), pp. 232-255.

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