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Executive PhD candidates & their research

We zijn zeer trots om jullie onze huidige Executive PhD kandidaten* voor te stellen. Hieronder krijg je een overzicht van de onderzoeksonderwerpen waar ze momenteel rond werken. Ben je geïnteresseerd en wil je graag meer weten over een van deze onderwerpen? Contacteer de studenten gerust via hun LinkedIn.

Wil je graag meer weten over het Executive PhD programma, klik dan hier of neem contact op met de programma manager.

*degene die Stage 1 van het Executive PhD programma hebben voltooid

Al-Issa Nermain

Topic: Luxury Consumption in The Islamic Market: Why Do Muslims Purchase Luxury Products in The Post-modern Liquid Market and How Does Individuals’ Level of Religiosity Affect Their Luxury Purchasing Intentions?

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Akkus Inci

Topic: Lobbying in an autocracy: intellectual property and medical equipment firms in China

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Boukadidi Mounir

Topic: The Digitally Enabled High Performance Organization: How Digital technology moderates the impact of data exploration & exploitation dualities on the decision making of first responder's organizations, and how this shapes contextual ambidexterity of decision makers under crisis and uncertainty. Case Study of the Fire Services Brigade of Antwerp.

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Chaara Mohammed

Topic: Organizational Learning in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: A Common Framework for Business Adoption
“mens et machinae manibus”

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Chinchanikar Sameer Shankar

Topic: Coopetition dynamics : An interaction perspective

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Cortese Alessandro Jacques

Topic: A configurational approach to improving Radiotherapy patient’s outcomes in Europe

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Daelman Ilse

Topic: Women entrepreneurs: career motives and success drivers

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De Naeyer Frederik

Topic: Consequences of digital transformation for Taylorisation and polarisation of knowledge and skills: A study in the Belgian accounting services industry

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Deblond Alexander

Topic: Human Capital Characteristics of Irish, Swiss and Belgian High Technology Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and the relation to their International Entry Mode strategy

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Deif Nadine

Topic: The Impact of Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) Rulings on Companies’ Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) and Host Countries’ Present and Future Public Policies

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Dobson David

Topic: Message Valence, Temporal Orientation, and Specificity: The Effects of Framing on Attitudes and Intentions

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Friedl Clemens

Topic: Explaining boundary conditions for successful and unsuccessful servitization in the aviation industry

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Hänle Fabian

Topic: Chinese small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Germany: Refining OFDI motives by integrating industry, resource-based and institutional-view considerations

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Heise Denis

Topic: A clockwork analysis of the macroeconomic value drivers of private equity backed industrial companies

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Jensen Duane

Topic: The impact of Institutional complexity on knowledge creation

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Kruisinga Bucsea Simona

Topic: How I get along with my sales manager matters: the moderating effect of LMX on sales management competencies and customer mindset

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Ladurner Oliver

Topic: Interim Management - A contribution to M&A Success

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León y Vélez Avelar Jorge Arturo

Topic: Communication of Corporate Social Responsability in social networks and the impact in customer perception

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Lin Shiqiang

Topic: The Machine Learning Approaches for Chinese SME Credit Risk Assessment

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Moors Jürgen

Topic: Influence of organizational culture and leadership on the introduction of big data projects in a manufacturing environment

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Munteanu Dorinela

Topic: Setting the pace of internationalization in SME’s: a configurational analysis of entrepreneur’s personality, firm- and environment-level conditions

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Neyrinck Marc

Topic: Start me up: Towards a better understanding on how new ventures acquire their first customer

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Nickl Tracy

Topic: Having An Intentional Personal Brand In Social Media Matters - For Both Wealth Managers And Their Firms

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Peeters Steven

Topic: The impact of pro-active behavior on the development of dynamic capabilities

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Peeters Michaël

Topic: The impact of smart technologies on real estate value

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Peng Peng

Topic: How to create more customer value in independent coffee shops? - A set-theoretic approach to value creation

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Piroro Sebastian

Topic: Disclosure and nonprofit organizations’ information environment

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Raps Filip

Topic: Sensemaking revisited – untangling threat rigidity effects during organisational change sensemaking in middle managers

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Sanchez-Stahmer Darby

Topic: Chinese Economic Statecraft and OFDI: Case Studies from Central America

Scheipers Geert

Topic: Perspectives on manager’s use of mental models

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Tuominen Ville

Topic: A predictive model to enable successful customer value management in digital transformation by increasing perceived customer value

Van de Goorberg Peter

Topic: The corporatization of an entrepreneurial firm: A multi-level approach

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Vanoorbeek Hans

Topic: A constitutive view on Entrepreneurial buyouts. Towards a conceptual framework

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Vriesacker Koen

Topic: What, if any, are the antecedents of strong network participation in goal directed organisation networks?

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Wuytens Chris

Topic: Self determination theory and the service profit chain. Needs fulfillment in the customer and employee satisfaction process

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Xu Fajun

Topic: How and When Does Age Diversity Promote Firm Performance? The Mediation of Diversity Management and Employees’ Participation in Decision Making and the Moderation of Diversity Legitimacy Logic