Rob van Tulder
Rob van Tulder
Professor of International Business-Society Management
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The logic of international restructuring: The management of dependencies in rival industrial complexes
W Ruigrok, R Van Tulder
Routledge, 2013
International business, corporate social responsibility and sustainable development
A Kolk, R Van Tulder
International business review 19 (2), 119-125, 2010
Multinational enterprises and the Sustainable Development Goals: An institutional approach to corporate engagement
JA Van Zanten, R Van Tulder
Journal of International Business Policy 1 (3), 208-233, 2018
Cultural distance, political risk, or governance quality? Towards a more accurate conceptualization and measurement of external uncertainty in foreign entry mode research
AHL Slangen, RJM Van Tulder
International business review 18 (3), 276-291, 2009
Toward effective stakeholder dialogue
M Kaptein, R Van Tulder
International business-society management: Linking corporate responsibility and globalization
R Van Tulder, A Van der Zwart
Routledge, 2005
Multinationality and corporate ethics: Codes of conduct in the sporting goods industry
R Tulder, A Kolk
Journal of international business studies 32, 267-283, 2001
Enhancing the impact of cross-sector partnerships: Four impact loops for channeling partnership studies
R Van Tulder, MM Seitanidi, A Crane, S Brammer
Journal of Business Ethics 135, 1-17, 2016
International codes of conduct and corporate social responsibility: can transnational corporations regulate themselves?
A Kolk, R Van Tulder, C Welters
Transnational corporations 8 (1), 143-180, 1999
Business and partnerships for development
A Kolk, R Van Tulder, E Kostwinder
European Management Journal 26 (4), 262-273, 2008
The effectiveness of self-regulation:: Corporate codes of conduct and child labour
A Kolk, R Van Tulder
European Management Journal 20 (3), 260-271, 2002
Mobile phones for financial inclusion: What explains the diffusion of mobile money innovations?
AA Lashitew, R Van Tulder, Y Liasse
Research Policy 48 (5), 1201-1215, 2019
Antecedents and performance consequences of international outsourcing
MJ Mol, RJM Van Tulder, PR Beije
International Business Review 14 (5), 599-617, 2005
Poverty alleviation as business strategy? Evaluating commitments of frontrunner multinational corporations
A Kolk, R Van Tulder
World Development 34 (5), 789-801, 2006
European multinationals in core technologies
R Tulder, G Junne
(No Title), 1988
From chain liability to chain responsibility: MNE approaches to implement safety and health codes in international supply chains
R Van Tulder, J Van Wijk, A Kolk
Journal of business ethics 85, 399-412, 2009
Capturing collaborative challenges: Designing complexity-sensitive theories of change for cross-sector partnerships
R Van Tulder, N Keen
Journal of Business Ethics 150 (2), 315-332, 2018
Child labor and multinational conduct: a comparison of international business andstakeholder codes
A Kolk, R Van Tulder
Journal of Business Ethics 36, 291-301, 2002
Setting new global rules? TNCs and codes of conduct
A Kolk, R Van Tulder
Transnational Corporations 14 (3), 1-27, 2005
Inclusive business at the base of the pyramid: The role of embeddedness for enabling social innovations
AA Lashitew, L Bals, R van Tulder
Journal of business ethics 162 (2), 421-448, 2020
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