Prof. dr. Marjolein C.J. Caniëls
Professor Organizational Learning
Open University of The Netherlands
Valkenburgerweg 177, 6419 AT Heerlen
Phone: +31(0)45-5762724
Email: [email protected]
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Feb. 2001 – present
Open University of the Netherlands, Heerlen
Jan. 2012 – present
Full professor Organizational Learning
Vice dean research and as such member of the Executive Board of the faculty of
Management Sciences
Program director Netherlands Institute for Lifelong Learning (NELLL), line 4 (Lifelong
Learning in the Knowledge Society), NELLL, 1.0 FTE
May 2010 – Dec. 2011
Full professor Organizational Learning and program director Netherlands Institute for Lifelong
Learning (NELLL), line 4 (Lifelong Learning in the Knowledge Society), NELLL, 1.0 FTE
Jan. 2009 – May 2010
Associate professor (UHD) Organizational Learning and associate program director
Netherlands Institute for Lifelong Learning (NELLL), line 4 (Lifelong Learning in the
Knowledge Society), NELLL, 0.8 FTE ; Associate professor (UHD) in Supply Chain
Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, 0.2 FTE
July 2006 – Dec. 2008
Associate professor (UHD) in Supply Chain Management, Faculty of Management Sciences,
1.0 FTE
Jan. 2006 – July 2006
Assistant professor (UD) in Supply Chain Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, 1.0
FTE
Jan. 2004 – Jan. 2006
Head of scientific research, Faculty of Management Sciences, 0.2 FTE; Assistant professor
(UD) in Supply Chain Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, 0.8 FTE
Feb. 2001 – Dec. 2003
Assistant professor (UD) in Supply Chain Management, Faculty of Management Sciences
Jan. 1999 – Feb. 2001
Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven
Assistant professor (UD) in Economics and Statistics, Dept. of Technology and Policy Faculty
of Technology Management
Jan. 1995 – Dec. 1998
MERIT (Maastricht Economic Research institute on Innovation and Technology),
Maastricht University, Maastricht
PhD student; teacher of undergraduate courses in International Economics and Technological
Development
Jan. 1993 – July 1993
Ministry of Economics, The Hague
Traineeship – Research on the co-operation between Dutch research organisations and firms,
including face-to-face interviews
June 1991 – Nov. 1994
MERIT (Maastricht Economic Research institute on Innovation and Technology),
Maastricht University, Maastricht
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Student assistant of Prof. Dr. L.L.G. Soete and Prof. Dr. B. Verspagen.
June 1990 – Dec. 1994
Maastricht University, Maastricht
Private teacher in mathematics, statistics and game theory
EDUCATION
Jan. 1995 – June 1999
PhD in Economics, Maastricht University, Maastricht
Dissertation: ‘Regional growth differentials – The impact of locally bounded knowledge
spillovers’
Subject area: technology-gap models, economic growth, regional development
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. L.L.G. Soete and Prof. Dr. B. Verspagen
Sep. 1989 – Nov. 1994
MA in General Economics, Maastricht University, Maastricht
MA in Quantitative Economics, Maastricht University, Maastricht
Thesis: ‘Economic integration in the Romer model’
Supervisor General Economics: Dr. T. Ziesemer
Supervisor Quantitative Economics: Prof. Dr. H. Peeters
Sep. 1991 – Aug. 1992
ERASMUS exchange student, Law Faculty of Sart Tilman, Université de Liège, Liège,
Belgium
RESEARCH
Current research:
Main themes:
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Enhance our understanding of knowledge management within firms. How can
knowledgeable people be attracted to the firm and what role can be played by personal
development (formal and informal)? In what way can staff training (learning at the
individual / employee level) contribute to better social, ecological and economic
performance of the firm (see: Caniëls and Kirschner under ‘publications’).
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Shed light on the issues at play in the management of relations in the supply chain, with
a focus on learning from forward and backward linkages. A key objective is improving
our insights about the factors that stimulate or hamper inter-organizational learning and
innovation (see: Caniëls and Romijn under ‘publications’).
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Improving our insights about factors that stimulate or hamper learning processes that
take place in the interaction between governmental institutes and firms. A central aim is
to shed light on the way in which governmental institutions can stimulate learning
within firms and regions with the aim of enhancing social, ecological and economic
development – i.e., People, Planet, Profit dimensions of sustainable development (see:
Caniëls and Romijn under ‘publications’).
Academic referee for:
Journals
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Creativity and Innovation Management (ISI)
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Economic and Industrial Democracy (ISI)
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Energy – The International Journal (ISI)
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Environment and Planning A (ISI)
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European Journal of Industrial Engineering (ISI)
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European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (ISI)
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European Management Journal (ISI)
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European Planning Studies (ISI)
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International Journal of Design Principles
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International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management
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International Journal of Operations and Production Management (ISI)
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International Journal of Project Management (ISI)
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International Journal of Service Industry Management (ISI)
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International Journal of Technology Management (ISI)
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Journal of Business Research (ISI)
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Journal of Economic Geography (ISI)
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Journal of Evolutionary Economics (ISI)
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Journal of Information Technology (ISI)
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Journal of Organizational Change Management (ISI)
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Journal of Supply Chain Management (ISI)
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Journal of Systems Science and Systems Engineering (ISI)
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Management Research News
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Management Research Review
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Operational Research: An International Journal
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Organization Studies (ISI)
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Oxford Economic Papers
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Papers in Regional Science (ISI)
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Regional Studies (ISI)
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Research Policy (ISI)
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Social Change and Economic Dynamics
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The Electronic Journal of Evolutionary Modelling and Economic Dynamics
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The Learning Organization
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Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (ISI)
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World Development (ISI)
Publishers
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Springer – Verlag
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Edward Elgar
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Routledge
Other
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NWO VIDI programme 2003, 2012
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Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique (FNRS) 2007
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IPSERA network
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Decision Sciences network
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Editorial board member:
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Creativity and Innovation Management (ISI)
Positions in external research networks:
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Member ICO, The Interuniversity Centre for Educational Research (In Dutch
'Interuniversitair Centrum voor Onderwijsonderzoek')
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Established research links with scientists at the Eindhoven University of Technology, the
United Nations University, RSM Erasmus University, Maastricht University, University of
Twente, Delft University of Technology and the University of Utrecht.
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External fellow of ECIS (Eindhoven Center of Innovation Studies)
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Member of the scientific committee of the IPSERA conference in 2013 at Audencia
Nantes “Purchasing & Supply Management for a Sustainable World”
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Accepted session chairmanship in various conferences
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Various invitations for keynote lectures in workshops
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Various invitations for participation in round table discussions at conferences
Accepted invitations for the following guest lectures:
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‘Developing Organizational Creativity: Does Organizational Creativity Require
Constraints?’, Keynote lecture at the Workshop Creativity and Innovation Management,
University of Berlin, Berlin, 29 June 2012.
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‘Organizational Learning in the Knowledge Society’, lecture at the RWTH Aachen,
Aachen, 17 April 2012.
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‘A Learning Based Approach Towards The Regional Development of Skåne’, Workshop
Future value creation and systemic innovation, University of Malmö, Sweden, 9 March
2010.
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‘What drives innovativeness in industrial clusters? Transcending the debate', Workshop
on Regional Issues and Innovation, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Eindhoven, The
Netherlands, 10 July 2003.
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‘On measuring knowledge spillovers’, United Nations University / Institute for New
Technologies, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 6 March 2002.
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‘Determinants of success in writing a PhD dissertation’, United Nations University /
Institute for New Technologies, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 6 March 2002.
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‘Firm-level knowledge accumulation and regional dynamics’, the International Workshop
on Knowledge Spillovers and Knowledge Management in Economic Networks and
Industrial Clusters, The Centre for Information Logistics, Ljungby, Sweden, 18-22
September 2002.
Supervision of PhD-students, assessment committees and related tasks
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Member of the Doctoral Examination Committee of Alexander Cole, Copenhagen
Business School, Copenhagen (2013). Subject: Distant Neighbours – Collective Learning
Beyond the Cluster.
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Member of the Doctoral Examination Committee of Rory Sie, Open University of the
Netherlands, Heerlen (2012). Subject: Coalitions in Cooperation Networks: Social
Network Analysis and Game Theory to enhance Cooperation Networks.
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Member of the assessment committee for the appointment of a full professor Economic
Geography at the Radboud University Nijmegen (2012)
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Member of the assessment committee for the appointment of an affiliated professor
Management Sciences at the Open University of the Netherlands (2012)
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Chairman of the Doctoral Examination Committee of Dianne Hofenk, Faculty of
Management Science, Open University of the Netherlands, Heerlen (2012). Subject:
Making a better world: Carrier, retailer, and consumer support for sustainability
initiatives in the context of urban distribution and retailing
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Member of the Doctoral Examination Committee (external member) of Sarah Horn,
Maastricht University, Maastricht (2012). Subject: Competitor recruitment: Theory and
practice-based explorations.
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Promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Ward Ooms. Started on 1 January 2012.
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Promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Ben Chini. Started on 1 January 2012.
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Second promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Quan Zhu. Started on 15 December 2011.
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Promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Heidi Lenaerts. Started on 1 November 2011.
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Promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Koen Verberne. Started on 1 October 2011.
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Second promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Maren Schenkel. Started on 1 October
2011.
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Promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Misha Velthuis. Started on 1 September 2011.
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Promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Davy van Doren. Started on 1 March 2011.
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Promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Carmen Neghina. Started on 1 November 2010.
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Promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Jorieke Manders. Started on 1 September 2010.
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Promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Jos Pieterse. Started on 1 August 2009.
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Promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Kurt de Blick. Started on 1 October 2009.
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Co-promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Claude Lepère. Started on 1 September 2007.
PhD thesis prematurely aborted due to severe illness of Claude.
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Co-promotor / PhD thesis supervision of Eftimia Kesidou. Started on 1 October 2002.
Successful defense on 17 April 2007. Subject: Knowledge Spillovers in High-tech
Clusters in Developing Countries
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Member of the Doctoral Examination Committee (external member) of Pieter de Bruijn,
Department of Human Geography, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Nijmegen (2010).
Subject: The spatial industrial organization of innovation.
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Member of the Doctoral Examination Committee (external member) of Otto Raspe,
Urban and Regional research centre Utrecht, Faculty of Geosciences, University of
Utrecht, Utrecht (2009). Subject: The Regional Knowledge Economy; A multilevel
perspective on firm performance and localized knowledge externalities.
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Member of the Doctoral Examination Committee (external member) of Geoffrey Gachino,
United Nations University – Intech, Maastricht. Subject: Foreign direct investment,
spillovers and innovation.
Acquisition of research projects:
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Van Vuuren, T., Emans, B., Caniëls, M.C.J. and J. Semeijn (2011), ‘Healthy aging at
work’, PhD proposal awarded by Hanze Hogeschool Groningen (120.000) NeLLL (50.000)
and the Faculty of Management Sciences (OUNL) (20.000). Received funding: 190.000
euro.
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Van den Bosch, H. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2011), ‘Improving the involvement of Higher
Educational Institutions in Regional Learning Networks’, PhD proposal awarded by NeLLL
(160.000 euro) and the Faculty of Management Sciences (OUNL) (40.000 euro).
Received funding: 200.000 euro.
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Caniëls, M.C.J., Werker, C. and C. van Beers (2011), ‘Academic researchers’ human and
social capital affecting regional, national and global knowledge networks’, postdoc
proposal awarded by NeLLL and the Faculty of Management Sciences (OUNL). Received
funding: 60.000 euro.
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Caniëls, M.C.J. and J.M.M. Bloemer (2010), ‘Third-party consumer-firm intervention
strategies: the role of organizational learning’, PhD proposal awarded by NeLLL (160.000
euro) and the Faculty of Management Sciences (OUNL) (40.000 euro). Received funding:
200.000 euro.
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Ghijsen P.Th. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2010), ‘Organizational learning, competences and
capabilities in flexible supply chains’, PhD proposal awarded by NeLLL. Received funding:
40.000 euro.
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Gijsbers, G., Butter, M., Leendertse, M., de Munck, S., Leis, M., Kirschner, P., Caniëls,
M.C.J., and M. Weber (2009), ‘A Foresight on Learning, Innovation and Creativity: New
ways to learn new skills for future jobs (FORLIC)’, proposal awarded by the European
Commission. Received funding: 159.760 euro.
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Caniëls, M.C.J., Romijn, H.A. and H.R. Krikke (2009), ‘Integrating Sustainability in
Innovation Systems Research: Towards a Learning-based Theory’, PhD proposal
awarded by NeLLL (160.000 euro) and the Faculty of Management Sciences (OUNL)
(40.000 euro). Received funding: 200.000 euro.
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Caniëls, M.C.J., Romijn, H.A. and H.R. Krikke (2009), ‘Supply chain development:
Insights from Strategic Niche Management’, PhD proposal awarded by NeLLL (160.000
euro) and the Faculty of Management Sciences (OUNL) (40.000 euro). Received funding:
200.000 euro.
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Krikke, H.R. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2009), ‘Supply chain re-design along the product life
cycle’, PhD proposal awarded by NeLLL (160.000 euro) and the Faculty of Management
Sciences (OUNL) (40.000 euro). Received funding: 200.000 euro.
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Krikke, H.R. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2009), ‘Closed loop supply chains and organizational
learning’, PhD proposal awarded by NeLLL (160.000 euro) and the Faculty of
Management Sciences (OUNL) (40.000 euro). Received funding: 200.000 euro.
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Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2002), ‘Technological Capability and Development’,
proposal for a PhD research project, awarded with A status in NWO ASPASIA round
2002.
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Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2001), ‘Regional agglomeration, technological learning
and economic growth’, Proposal for a PhD research project, submitted to ECIS
(Eindhoven Centre of Innovation Studies, TU/e). Approved (proposal with highest scores
by external referees). Supervision of the PhD student started on 1 October 2002.
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Feasibility study of 'Entrepreneurial innovation in the future Member States: challenges
and issues at stake for the development of clusters of innovative firms', proposal for EU
tender 2003. Total envisaged budget: 300.000 euro.
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Caniëls, M.C.J. (2000) 'Future of the Industry in Brabant' (Toekomst van de Brabantse
Industrie). Received funding: 9000 euro.
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Awards:
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Best submission to the Research Methods Track of the Eastern Academy of Management,
International Conference on Managing in a Global Economy XIV: Global Web of
Knowledge, Bangalore, India - June 26-30, 2011 (see publications).
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The paper titled ‘Power and interdependence in buyer supplier relationships: A
purchasing portfolio approach’ (see publications) has been awarded as “Top 10 mostcited article” published in Industrial Marketing Management between 2005 and 2009.
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The paper titled ‘Supplier perceived fairness of electronic reverse auctions’ (see
publications) has been judged as amongst the best accepted papers in the programme
of the 2009 Academy of Management Meeting (August, Chicago) and is published in the
best paper proceedings.
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Award for Best Paper 2005, Supply Chain Management – An International Journal and
Emerald.
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Award for the Best Conference Paper 2005, IPSERA (International Purchasing & Supply
Education & Research Association).
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Award for being Best Referee of Regional Studies 2004.
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Award for being Best Referee of Regional Studies 2001.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Feb. 2001 – present
Supply Chain Management Program, Open University of The Netherlands
Acquisition of education projects:
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Bosch, H. van den and M.C.J. Caniëls (2005) ‘Virtual mobility’, Proposal for European
Committee tender. Total envisaged budget: 200.000 euro.
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Caniëls, M.C.J. and S. Duindam (2003) ‘Dissemination of Sophia in Europe’, Pre-proposal
for European Committee tender in relation to the Socrates-Minerva Programme. Preproposal approved.
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Feasibility study of 'Development of a distance learning training supply chain
management program', proposal for World Bank tender 2003. Total envisaged budget:
125000 US$.
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Caniëls, M.C.J. (2002) ‘Definitiestudie DIMO, Digitaal Interactief Marketing Onderwijs’,
Proposal for the Dutch Digital University. Approved, Received funding: 450.000 euro.
Courses developed:
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Free courseware Services Marketing (Dienstenmarketing)
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Practicum Strategic Marketing Planning (Practicum Marketing)
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Introduction to Marketing (Basiscursus Marketing)
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Services Marketing (Dienstenmarketing)
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Marketingplanning (Marktbewerkingsplannen)
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Statistics for Marketing Research (Statistiek voor Marktonderzoek)
Courses taught:
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Practicum Strategic Marketing Planning (Practicum Marketing)
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Introduction into Marketing (Basiscursus Marketing)
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Methods and Techniques for Academic Research (Methoden en Technieken voor
Bedrijfswetenschappelijk Onderzoek).
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Supply Chain Management
Other:
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PhD thesis supervision
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MSc thesis supervision of students who are majoring in the Management Sciences
Programme with specialisation in Supply Chain Management
Accepted outreach teaching assignments:
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‘Knowledge spillovers, clustering, regional growth’, lecture in the Master Degree Course
on Territorial Development and the Doctoral Program on Quantitative Models for Policy
Analysis, Department of Economic and Social Sciences, Catholic University Piacenza,
Italy, February 2005.
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‘Strategic marketingplanning’, course in the MBA Programme of the Maastricht
University Business School - Graduate School of International Management, The
Netherlands, October 2004.
Jan. 1999 – Feb. 2001
Technology and Society Programme, Eindhoven University of Technology
Courses taught:
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Data-analysis (Methoden en technieken van onderzoek)
Business Economics (Technische Economie voor werktuigbouw, elektrotechniek en
natuurkunde)
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Study into sectors (Sectorstudies)
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General Economics (Economie en Techniek I)
Other:
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MSc thesis supervision of engineers who are majoring in the Technology and Society
Programme with specialisation in technology and policy
Jan.1995 – Dec. 1998
Undergraduate courses in International Economics, Maastricht University
Lectures and tutorials (in English and Dutch)
June 1990 – Dec. 1994
Undergraduate tutorials, Maastricht University
Tutorials in mathematics, statistics and game theory
(ACADEMIC) MANAGEMENT TASKS
2012 – present
Vice dean research and as such member of the Executive Board of the faculty of
Management Sciences
2010 – present
Programme director “Lifelong Learning in the Knowledge Society”, Netherlands
Institute for Lifelong Learning (NELLL)
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2009 – 2010
Associate programme director “Lifelong Learning in the Knowledge Society”,
Netherlands Institute for Lifelong Learning (NELLL)
2004 – 2006
Head of scientific research, 0.2 FTE (reporting to the Dean of the faculty of Management
Sciences)
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Develop and disseminate criteria for scientific research
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Develop and carry out scientific research audits of faculty units
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Facilitate scientific research by organising workshops, working paper series, courses et
cetera
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Allocate congress funds
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Promote and support faculty unit leaders in developing research networks with other
universities
2004 – 2006
2001 – present
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Encourage and assist faculty unit leaders in establishing research theme(s) for each unit
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Internal recruitment and selection of PhD students
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Publish memorandum on the scientific research policy of the faculty
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Promote the acquisition of external funds for scientific research
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Establish a research climate in the faculty
Member of the Academic Council of the Euro*MBA
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Improvement and innovation of the Euro*MBA programme
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Overall quality control
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Review of master thesis presentations
Membership of academic committees:
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Member of the sparring committee with respect to the university research and
valorisation policy (2013 - present)
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Member of the Committee Scientific Integrity (Commissie Wetenschappelijke Integriteit)
of the Open University of the Netherlands (chairman: Prof. Soeteman, 2012 - present)
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Member of the Scientific Research Committee (Wetenschapscommissie) of the Open
University of the Netherlands, evaluating research proposals and designing research
policy for the university (2007-08)
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Chairman of the Scientific Research Committee of the Faculty of Management Sciences,
evaluating research proposals (2006-09)
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Member of the Research Committee of the Faculty of Management Sciences, evaluating
research proposals (2005)
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Chairman of the workgroup scientific research, designing research policy for the faculty
(2004)
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Convenor of the Academic Colloquium Committee of the Faculty of Management
Sciences, in charge of organising monthly seminar series (2001-04)
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Member of the Management Sciences Research Committee, designing research policy for
the faculty and assess contributions to the Management Sciences Working Papers series
(2003-04)
Participation in workgroups:
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Workgroup progress master theses and research skills (chairman: Kees Gelderman,
2011-)
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Workgroup mid-term review research (chairman: Herman van den Bosch, 2010-11)
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Workgroup master thesis quality assurance (chairman: Kees Gelderman, 2007-10)
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Taskgroup educational processes (chairman: Peter Nederlof, 2008-09)
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Workgroup preparation visitation (chairman: Jeroen Bregman, 2006)
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Workgroup learning components and content management (chairman: Simon Duindam,
2004)
1999 – 2000
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Workgroup design of educational processes (chairman: Simon Duindam, 2004)
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ICT Forum (chairman: Guy Janssens, 2003-06)
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Electronic Course Evaluation (chairman: Jo Boon, 2003-04)
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Didactic models of education (chairman: Kathleen Schlusmans, 2003)
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Production and updating education materials (chairman: Herman van den Bosch, 2003)
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Electronic workbooks (chairman: Kathleen Schlusmans, 2002)
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Strategy meetings (chairman: Kathleen Schlusmans, 2001-02)
Membership of academic committees:
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Convenor of the Academic Colloquium Committee of the Eindhoven Centre for
Innovation Studies, in charge of organising weekly seminar series (2000).
Participation in workgroups:
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E-learning in Studyweb (chairman: Frank Vercoulen)
PROJECTMANAGEMENT & CONSULTANCY
March 2012 – present
Expert advisor to the Bureau Quality Assurance of Childcare (Bureau Kwaliteit
Kinderopvang - The Netherlands) about transforming childcare institutes into
learning organisations
May 2009 – April 2010
Expert advisor to the Skane regional government (Sweden) about competitive
industrial clusters
May 2009 – July 2009
Expert advisor to the Walloon regional government (Belgium) about competitive
industrial clusters
Aug. 2007 – Dec. 2008
Co-project manager of ‘Organisation wide Programme Education – Business
processes, digitalisation and atomisation’ (Instellingsbreed Programma Onderwijs –
Werkprocessen, digitalisering en atomisering)
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Design, develop, test and implement procedures, instruments and business processes
for the development and exploitation of flexibly deliverable, digital education materials
for the Open University of the Netherlands
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Describe current business processes and procedures for the development of digital
educational materials, and make suggestions for adaptations in the business processes
in order to increase efficiency in the workflow
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Develop and design didactic templates for digital education materials that are acceptable
to teachers in all seven faculties
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Formulation of specifications for authoring systems
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Aug. 2007 – Dec. 2008
Co-project manager ‘Revision Bachelor program’ (Herziening Bachelor)
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Management of scientific staff involved in designing new courses for the bachelor
program in the faculty of Management Sciences
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Dissemination of information from the ‘Organisation wide Programme Education’ by
organising workshops and training sessions
Apr. 2006 – July 2007
Project manager Global Distance MBA
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Setting up a new business school as a joint initiative of the Maastricht School of
Management and the faculty of Management Sciences of the Open University of the
Netherlands
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Responsible for the design of the curriculum, the content of the courses and a
competences oriented programme
Jan. 2003 – May 2004
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Responsible for meeting the criteria for AMBA accreditation (granted in July 2007)
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Setting up the marketing of the programme
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Contracting recruiters
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Setting up the financial organisation
Consultant on business processes and marketing in order to build a business on the
basis of the fruits of the project ‘Economics and Financial Services’
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Designing workforms such as "Offerteaanvraag / aanvraagspecificaties",
"Onderwijsontwikkelplan" and "Content sheets"
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Making decisions about the further development of the electronic distance learning
application "Sophia"
Jan. 2003 – June 2003
Giving presentations, demonstrations and training sessions about Sophia
Co-project manager of ‘Economics and Financial Services’ (Economie en Financiële
Dienstverlening). A project to develop digital distance learning materials and an electronic
learning environment for various partnering universities and bachelor degree business
schools (hogescholen) within the consortium of the Digital University. Budget: 2.250.000
euro.
Feb. 2002 – June 2003
Project manager of ‘Digital Interactive Marketing Education’ (Digitaal Interactief
Marketing Onderwijs). The goal of the project was to develop e-learning materials in the field
of marketing for the Open University of The Netherlands and the Hogeschool of Utrecht.
Under my supervision a team of about 28 people (in various combinations) developed four
digital marketing courses. Budget responsibility: 450.000 euro.
May 2000 – Oct. 2000
Project manager ‘Future of the Industry in Brabant’ (Toekomst van de Brabantse
Industrie). Budget responsibility: 9000 euro.
Oct. 1999 – Apr. 2000
Contributor to a project titled ‘Een voorlopige portfolio analyse voor de Brabantse
industrie in 2020’. Budget responsibility: 9000 euro.
LANGUAGES
Dutch: native language; English: fluent; French: fair (passive); German: fair (passive).
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PUBLICATIONS
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Internationally refereed books, journal articles and chapters in books
Books (refereed):
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Caniëls, M.C.J., (2000), Knowledge spillovers and economic growth, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
Journal articles (refereed):
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Pieterse, J.J.H., Caniëls, M.C.J. and T. Homan (2012), ‘Professional discourses and resistance to change’, Journal
of Organizational Change Management 25(6), 798 - 818. DOI: 10.1108/09534811211280573. ISI. Impact factor:
0.744.
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Caniëls, M.C.J., Gelderman, C.J. and N.P. Vermeulen (2012), ‘The interplay of governance mechanisms in complex
procurement projects’, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 18(2), 113-121. DOI:
10.1016/j.pursup.2012.04.007. ISI. Impact factor: 1.061.
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Caniëls, M.C.J. and R.J.J.M. Bakens (2012), ‘The effects of Project Management Information Systems on decision
making in a multi project environment’, International Journal of Project Management 30(2), 162-175. DOI:
10.1016/j.ijproman.2011.05.005. ISI. Impact factor: 1.532.
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Van Vuuren, T., Caniëls, M.C.J. and J. Semeijn (2011), ‘Duurzame inzetbaarheid en een leven lang leren’, Gedrag
en Organisatie 24(4), 356-373. ISI. Impact factor as of 2012.
22.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H. van den Bosch (2011), ‘The role of Higher Education Institutions in building regional
innovation systems’, Papers in Regional Science 90(2), 271-287. DOI: 10.1111/j.1435-5957.2010.00344.x. ISI.
2009 Impact Factor: 1.397
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Romijn, H.A. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2011), ‘Pathways of technological change in developing countries: Review and
new agenda, Development Policy Review 29(3), 359-380. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7679.2011.00537.x. ISI. 2009
Impact Factor: 0.921
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Romijn, H.A. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2011), ‘The Jatropha Biofuels Sector in Tanzania 2005-9: Evolution Towards
Sustainability?, Research Policy 40, 618-636. DOI: 10.1016/j.respol.2011.01.005. ISI. 2011 Impact Factor:
2.520; 2011 5-Year Impact Factor: 4.242
19.
Caniëls, M.C.J., Gelderman C.J. and J. Ulijn (2010), ‘Buyer-supplier relationship development: An empirical
quantification’, Journal of Enterprising Culture 18(2), 107-137. DOI No: 10.1142/S0218495810000537.
18.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and C. J. Gelderman (2010), ‘The safeguarding effect of governance mechanisms in interfirm
exchange: The decisive role of mutual opportunism’, British Journal of Management 21(1), 239–254. DOI:
10.1111/j.1467-8551.2009.00654.x. ISI. 2011 Impact Factor: 1.516; 2011 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.631
17.
Kesidou, E., M.C.J. Caniëls and H.A. Romijn (2009), ‘Local Knowledge Spillovers and Development: An exploration
of the Software Cluster in Uruguay’, Industry and Innovation 16(2), 247-272. DOI:
10.1080/13662710902764444. ISI. Impact factor: 1.830.
16.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and A. Roeleveld (2009), ‘Power and dependence perspectives on outsourcing decisions’ European
Management Journal 27, 402-417. ISI. Impact factor: 0.795.
15.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and E.M. van Raaij (2009), ‘Do all suppliers dislike electronic reverse auctions?’ Journal of
Purchasing and Supply Management 15(1), 12-23. DOI:10.1016/j.pursup.2008.10.003. ISI. Impact factor:
1.061.
14.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2008), ‘Supply chain development: Insights from Strategic Niche Management’,
The Learning Organization 15(4), 336-353. DOI:10.1108/09696470810879583.
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13.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2008), ‘Actor networks in Strategic Niche Management: Insights from Social
Network Theory’, Futures 40(7), 613-629. DOI:10.1016/j.futures.2007.12.005. ISI. 2010 Impact Factor: 0.669;
2010 5-Year Impact Factor: 1.088
12.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2008), ‘Strategic Niche Management: Towards a Policy Tool for Sustainable
Development’, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 20(2), 245-266. DOI:10.1080/09537320701711264.
ISI. 2009 Impact Factor: 0.929
11.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and C. J. Gelderman (2007), ‘Power and interdependence in buyer supplier relationships: A
purchasing portfolio approach’, Industrial Marketing Management 36(2), 219-229.
DOI:10.1016/j.indmarman.2005.08.012. ISI. 2011 Impact Factor: 1.694; 2011 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.78
10.
Caniëls, M.C.J., H.A. Romijn and M. de Ruijter de Wildt, (2006) 'Can Business Development Services practitioners
learn from theories on innovation and services marketing?', Development in Practice 16(5), 425-440. DOI:
10.1080/09614520600792366.
9.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and C. J. Gelderman (2005), ‘Purchasing strategies in the Kraljic matrix - a power and dependence
perspective’, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 11(2-3), 141-155.
DOI:10.1016/j.pursup.2005.10.004. ISI. Impact factor: 1.061.
8.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn, (2005), ‘What drives innovativeness in industrial clusters? Transcending the
debate’, Cambridge Journal of Economics 29(4), 497-515. DOI:10.1093/cje/bei018. ISI. Impact factor: 0.837; 5Year Impact Factor: 1.102
7.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn, (2005), ‘What works, and why, in Business Services provision for SMEs: Insights
from evolutionary innovation theory’, Managing Services Quality 15(6), 591 - 608.
DOI:10.1108/09604520510634041.
6.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn, (2003), ‘Agglomeration advantages and capability building in industrial clusters:
The missing link’, Journal of Development Studies 39(3), 125-150. ISI. 2009 Impact Factor: 0.899; 2009 5-Year
Impact Factor: 1.245
5.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn, (2003), ‘Dynamic clusters in developing countries: Collective efficiency and
beyond’, Oxford Development Studies 31(3), 275-292. DOI:10.1080/1360081032000111706.
4.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn, (2003), ‘Firm-level knowledge accumulation and regional dynamics’, Industrial
and Corporate Change 12(6), 1253-1278. ISI. Impact factor: 1.513; 5-Year impact factor: 2.446
3.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn, (2003), ‘SME Clusters, Acquisition of Technological Capabilities and
Development: Concepts, Practice and Policy Lessons’, Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade 3(3), 187-210.
2.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and B. Verspagen, (2001), ‘Barriers to knowledge spillovers and regional convergence in an
evolutionary model’, Journal of Evolutionary Economics 11(3), 307-329. ISI. 2009 Impact Factor: 0.947
1.
Fagerberg, J., Verspagen, B. and M.C.J. Caniëls, (1997), ‘Technology, growth and unemployment across European
regions’, Regional Studies 31(5), 457-466. ISI. 2009 Impact Factor: 1.462; 2009 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.610
Chapters in books (refereed):
1.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and A. Roeleveld, (2012), ‘The role of power and dependence in outsourcing’, in: Molinelli, F.E. and
L.S. Paccagnella (eds), Economics of Regulation and Outsourcing, Nova Science Publishers: New York.
2.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and P.A. Kirschner, (2012), ‘Determinants, benefits and barriers of informal learning in the
Netherlands’, in: Van den Bossche, P., Gijselaers, W.H. and R.G.Milter (Eds), Advances in Business Education and
Training 4. Springer Verlag: Dordrecht, 93-110.
3.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H. van den Bosch, (2012), ‘Improving the Involvement of Higher Education Institutions in
learning and innovation in a regional framework’, in: Van den Bossche, P., Gijselaers, W.H. and R.G.Milter (Eds),
Advances in Business Education and Training 4. Springer Verlag: Dordrecht, 111-126.
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4.
Semeijn, J., Semeijn, J.H. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2011), ‘How should service-dominated logic be applied to business
education?’, in: P. Van den Bossche, W.H. Gijselaers and R. Milter (Eds), Advances in Business Education and
Training 3: Building Learning Experiences in a Changing World. Springer Verlag: Dordrecht, 45-54.
5.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2010), ‘Impact of land use change on greenhouse gas emissions from Jatropha
biofuels: Review of recent studies’, in: C. Ponterio and C. Ferra (Eds), Jatropha Curcas as a Premier Biofuel: Costs,
Growing and Management. Nova Science Publishers: New York, 103-114.
6.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2009), ‘Strategic Niche Management as a Policy Instrument for Climate Change
Mitigation’, in: V. Piana (Ed.), Innovative Economic Policies for Climate Change Mitigation. Economics Web
Institute: Rome, Italy, 67-82.
7.
van Raaij, E.M. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2009), ‘Supplier perceived fairness of electronic reverse auctions’ in: Academy
of Management, Best Paper Proceedings of the 2009 Academy of Management Meeting. Academy of Management:
Briarcliff Manor, New York.
8.
Caniëls, M.C.J., E. Kesidou and H.A. Romijn (2009) 'The software sector in Uruguay: A Sectoral Systems of
Innovation perspective', in: F. Malerba and S. Mani (Eds), Sectoral Systems of Innovation and Production in
Developing Countries: Actors, Structure and Evolution. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, Mass,
USA, 131-155.
9.
Caniëls, M.C.J., A.H.J. Smeets-Verstraeten and H.M.J. van den Bosch (2007), 'LMS, LCMS and E-Learning
Environments: where did the didactics go?', in M.K. McCuddy, H. Van den Bosch, W.B. Martz Jr., A.V. Matveev and
K.O. Morse (Eds), The challenge of educating people to lead in a challenging world. Springer Verlag: Dordrecht,
401-421.
10. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2006), ‘Localised knowledge spillovers – The key to innovativeness in industrial
clusters?’, in: P. Cooke and A. Piccaluga (Eds), Regional Development in the Knowledge Economy, Routledge:
London and New York, 22-42.
11. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2004), ‘Conceptualising technological capability building in SME clusters in
developing countries’, in: Pietrobelli, C. and A. Sverrison (eds), Linking Local and Global Economies - The Ties that
Bind, Routledge: London, 36-55.
12. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2004), ‘Exploring the firm-level foundations of regional dynamism’, in: Karlsson,
C., Flensburg, P. and S. Hörte (eds) Knowledge Spillovers and Knowledge Management, Edward Elgar:
Cheltenham, 65-93.
13. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2004), ‘Technological learning in small enterprise clusters: Conceptual framework
and policy implications’, in: Mani, S. and H.A. Romijn (eds), Innovation, Learning and Technological Dynamism of
Developing Countries, UNU-Press: New York, 135-157.
14. Caniëls, M.C.J. en B. Verspagen, (2003), ‘Spatial distance in a technology gap model’, in: Fingleton, B. (ed.),
European Regional Growth, Springer – Verlag: Berlin, 159-182.
15. Fagerberg, J., Verspagen, B. and M.C.J. Caniëls, (2002), ‘Technology, growth and unemployment across European
regions’, in: Fagerberg, J. (ed.), Technology, Growth and Competitiveness: Selected Essays, Edward Elgar:
Cheltenham.
II.
1.
Less rigorously refereed publications
Caniëls, M.C.J. (2012), ‘Lerende organisaties in de kenniseconomie’, in Schramade, P.W.J. (Ed.), Handboek
Effectief Opleiden (13.7), Elsevier: Amsterdam, 71-90.
2.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and T. Van Vuuren (2011), ‘Lifelong learning and sustainable employment’, in: Rienties, B., Daly,
P., Reeb-Gruber, S., van den Bossche, P. (Eds), From Innovation to Crème de la Crème Education! FEBA ERD
Press: Lyon, 214 – 223.
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3.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and P.A. Kirschner (2010), ‘Informal learning in the Netherlands’, in: Halley, S., Birch, C.,
Tempelaar, D., McCuddy, M., Hérnandez Nanclares, H., Reeb-Gruber, S., Gijselaers, W., Rienties, B., Nelissen, E.
(Eds), Crossing borders in education and work-based learning, Thames Valley University: London, UK, 339-348.
4.
Piana V. (ed.), Aliyev S., Andersen M. M., Banaszak I., Beim M., Bullywon L., Caniëls M., Doon H., Gaurav J.,
Ghafary M., Karbasi A., Komalirani Y., Kua H. W., Hussey K., Lee J., Masinde J., Matczak P., Mathew P. M., Mahdie
Z., Mossannan M, Rafieirad S., Romijn H., Oltra V., Schram A., Malik V. S., Stewart G., Wagner Z., Weiler R.,
(2009). Innovative economic policies for climate change mitigation, Economics Web Institute, Lulu Publisher,
Londra.
5.
van Merriënboer J.J.G., P.A. Kirschner, F. Paas, P. Sloep, and M.C.J. Caniëls (2009), ‘Towards an Integrated
Approach for Research on Lifelong Learning’, Educational Technology Magazine 49(3), 3-14.
6.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and A.H.J. Smeets-Verstraeten (2009), ‘The integration of instruction strategies into an e-learning
environment’, The European Journal Vocational Training 46(2009/2), 4-27.
7.
Caniëls, M.C.J., W. Kooistra and J. Semeijn (2008) ‘Drivers and obstacles for innovation in logistics’, in: ICIM
organizing committee (Eds), Proceedings of presentation papers, the 5th international conference on innovation &
management, Wuhan University of Polytechnology Publishing House: Wuhan, 857-871.
8.
Caniëls, M.C.J., J.A.J. van Eijck and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘Development of new supply chains: Insights from
Strategic Niche Management’, in: E. Kaynak and T.D. Harcar (Eds), Beyond borders: new global management:
Development challenges and opportunities, The International Management Development Association:
Hummelstown, 498-505.
9.
Caniëls, M.C.J., A. Roeleveld, and J. Semeijn (2007), ‘Power and dependence perspectives on outsourcing
decisions’, in: E. Kaynak and T.D. Harcar (Eds), Beyond borders: new global management: Development
challenges and opportunities, The International Management Development Association: Hummelstown, 506-513.
10. Caniëls, M.C.J., (2005), 'Enseñanza eficaz de competencias a través de Internet: un ejemplo práctico', Formación
Profesional 34(Enero-Abril 2005/I), 44-52.
11. Caniëls, M.C.J., (2005), ‘La transmission efficace des compétences via Internet: exemple pratique', Formation
Professionnelle 34 (Janvier-Avril 2005/I), 44-52.
12. Caniëls, M.C.J., (2005), 'Para um ensino eficiente das competências através da Internet: um exemplo prático',
Formação Profissional 34(Janeiro-Abril 2005/I), 45-54.
13. Caniëls, M.C.J., (2005), 'Teaching competencies efficiently through the internet: A practical example', Vocational
Training European Journal 34(January-April 2005/I), 40-48.
14. Caniëls, M.C.J., (2005), 'Wirksame Vermittlung von Kompetenzen über das Internet: ein praktisches Beispiel',
Berufsbildung 34(Januar-April 2005/I), 47-56.
15. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn, (2004), 'Firm-level knowledge accumulation and regional dynamics’, Globiz.
16. Caniëls, M.C.J., (2004), ‘Via internet tentamen doen, per definitie onmogelijk?’, Examens, Tijdschrift voor de
Toetspraktijk 4, 5-8.
17. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn, (2003), ‘Les clusters de PME l'acquisition de capacités technologiques et le
développement: le concept, la pratique et les leçons politiques’, Business Development Services 4(fevrier), 18-22.
18. Caniëls, M.C.J. and B. Verspagen, (1992), ‘R&D-intensiteit bij bedrijven: Hoopvol of zorgwekkend?’, Economische
Statistische berichten, 7 Oktober, No. 3880, 978-979.
III. Policy reports, chapters in textbooks, working papers and conference papers
Policy reports:
1.
Kirschner, P., M.C.J. Caniëls and M. Bijker (2012), ‘Informeel Leren in Nederland - Deelname en Kenmerken van
Mensen met een VMBO en MBO Vooropleiding’, Open Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen.
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2.
Caniëls, M.C.J. (2010), ‘A Learning Based Approach Towards The Regional Development of Skåne’, in: Eriksson, A.,
M.C.J. Caniëls, Ph. Cooke, M. Sotarauta, E. Uyarra, and J. Wallin (2010), ‘Regional innovation policy in transition –
Reflections on the change process in the Skåne region’, VINNOVA - Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation
Systems / Verket för Innovationssystem, Stockholm, pp. 79-96.
3.
Caniëls, M.C.J., Ph. Cooke, M. Sotarauta, E. Uyarra, J. Wallin and A. Eriksson (2010), ‘A systemic regional
innovation policy in Skane – views on rationale, policy approaches, leadership and governance’, Region Skane,
Malmö.
4.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and M. Coun, (2008), ‘Elektronisch werkboek – resultaten van twee workshops’, Open Universiteit
Nederland, Heerlen.
5.
Caniëls, M.C.J. (2005), ‘Wetenschappelijk jaarverslag 2005 Faculteit Managementwetenschappen’, Open
Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen.
6.
Caniëls, M.C.J. (2005), ‘Onderzoeksjaarverslag 2004 Faculteit Managementwetenschappen’, Open Universiteit
Nederland, Heerlen.
7.
Caniëls, M.C.J. (2004), ‘Notitie Onderzoeksbeleid Faculteit Managementwetenschappen’, Open Universiteit
Nederland, Heerlen.
8.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and G.A.P. Duijf, (2000), ‘Toekomst van het Brabantse bedrijfsleven’, Technische Universiteit
Eindhoven, Eindhoven.
9.
Caniëls, M.C.J., (1999), ‘Report on regional competitiveness and less favoured regions (first conference session)’,
in: Cohesion, Competitiveness and RTDI: their impact on regions, Province of Limburg, Maastricht.
10. Caniëls, M.C.J., (1993), 'Probleemanalyse van de samenwerkings- en opdrachtrelaties tussen Nederlandse
kennisaanbieders en bedrijven', Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Hague.
Chapters in textbooks
1.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and C.J. Gelderman (2003),‘Marktinformatie en marktonderzoek’, in: E. Huizingh (ed.), Brugboek
Marketing, Schoonhoven: Academic Service, 255-290.
2.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and C.J. Gelderman (2003),‘Marktinformatie en marktonderzoek’, in: E. Huizingh (ed.), Brugboek
Marketing Opgaven, Schoonhoven: Academic Service, 45-52.
3.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and C.J. Gelderman (2003), Marktinformatie en marktonderzoek’, in: E. Huizingh (ed.), Brugboek
Marketing Docentenhandleiding, Schoonhoven: Academic Service, 41-46.
Working papers (selection since 1999)
1.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2010), ‘The Jatropha Biofuels Sector in Tanzania 2005-9: Evolution Towards
Sustainability?’. ECIS Working Paper 2010/4, Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies, Eindhoven University of
Technology, Eindhoven.
2.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2009), ‘The Jatropha Biofuels Sector in Tanzania 2005-9: Evolution Towards
Sustainability?’. Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography #9.19, Urban and Regional Research Centre Utrecht,
Faculty of GeoSciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht.
3.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and S. Blok (2008), ‘The moderating effect of trust on the relationship between power asymmetry
and inter-firm learning’. Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr08-04, Open Universiteit Nederland,
Heerlen.
4.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and E.M. van Raaij (2008), ‘Do all suppliers dislike electronic reverse auctions?’
Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr08-03, Open Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen.
5.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘Does innovation matter for LDCs? Discussion and new agenda’,
Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr07-07, Open Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen.
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6.
Caniëls M.C.J., E. Kesidou and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘The software sector in Uruguay: A Sectoral Systems of
Innovation perspective’, Managementwetenschappen Working Paper ge07-02, Open Universiteit Nederland,
Heerlen.
7.
Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘Actor networks in Strategic Niche Management: Insights from Social
Network Theory’, Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr07-04, Open Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen.
8.
Kesidou, E., M.C.J. Caniëls and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘Mechanisms of local knowledge spillovers: Evidence from the
software cluster in Uruguay’, ECIS Working Paper 07-02, Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies, Eindhoven
University of Technology, Eindhoven.
9.
Kesidou, E., M.C.J. Caniëls and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘Mechanisms of local knowledge spillovers: Evidence from the
software cluster in Uruguay’, Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr07-03, Open Universiteit Nederland,
Heerlen.
10. Caniëls, M.C.J., J.A.J. van Eijck and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘Development of new supply chains: Insights from
Strategic Niche Management’, ECIS Working Paper 07-01, Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies, Eindhoven
University of Technology, Eindhoven.
11. Caniëls, M.C.J., J.A.J. van Eijck and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘Development of new supply chains: Insights from
Strategic Niche Management’, Managementwetenschappen Working Paper ge07-01, Open Universiteit Nederland,
Heerlen.
12. Caniëls, M.C.J., A. Roeleveld, and J. Semeijn (2007), ‘Power and dependence perspectives on outsourcing
decisions’, Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr07-02, Open Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen.
13. Caniëls, M.C.J. and C. J. Gelderman (2007), ‘The safeguarding effect of legal, economic and social control: The
decisive role of mutual opportunism’, Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr07-01, Open Universiteit
Nederland, Heerlen.
14. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2006), ‘Strategic Niche Management as an operational tool for sustainable
innovation: guidelines for practice’, Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr06-03, Open Universiteit
Nederland, Heerlen.
15. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2006), ‘Strategic Niche Management as an operational tool for sustainable
innovation: guidelines for practice’, ECIS Working Paper 06-07, Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies,
Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven.
16. Caniëls, M.C.J. and C. J. Gelderman (2005), ‘Power and interdependence in buyer supplier relationships: A
purchasing portfolio approach’, Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr05-01, Open Universiteit Nederland,
Heerlen.
17. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2005), ‘What works, and why, in Business Services provision for SMEs: Insights
from evolutionary innovation theory’, ECIS Working Paper 05-03, Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies,
Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven.
18. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2005), ‘What works, and why, in Business Services provision for SMEs: Insights
from evolutionary innovation theory’, Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr05-02, Open Universiteit
Nederland, Heerlen.
19. Caniëls, M.C.J. and C. J. Gelderman (2004), ‘Buyer-supplier relationship development – Empirical identification and
quantification’, Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr04-03, Open Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen.
20. Caniëls, M.C.J. and A.H.J. Smeets-Verstraeten (2004), 'How to integrate didactic principles in an e-learning
environment', Managementwetenschappen Working Paper gr04-01, Open Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen.
21. Caniëls, M.C.J. , H.A. Romijn and M. de Ruijter-De Wildt, (2003), 'Can Business Development Services
practitioners learn from theories on innovation and services marketing?', ECIS Working Paper No. 2003-07,
Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven.
22. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2003), ‘Firm-level knowledge accumulation and regional dynamics’, Management
Wetenschappen Working Paper, Open Universiteit Nederland, Heerlen.
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23. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn, (2003) ‘What drives innovativeness in industrial clusters? Transcending the
debate’, ECIS Working Paper No. 2003-04, Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies, Eindhoven University of
Technology, Eindhoven.
24. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2002), ‘Firm-level knowledge accumulation and regional dynamics’, ECIS Working
Paper No. 2002-02, Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven.
25. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2001), ‘Small-industry clusters accumulation of technological capabilities and
development: a conceptual framework’, ECIS Working Paper 01.05, Eindhoven.
26. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2001), ‘Small-industry clusters accumulation of technological capabilities and
development: a conceptual framework’, EBB Working Paper 0102, Heerlen.
27. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2001), ‘SME Clusters, Acquisition of Technological Capabilities and Development:
Concepts, Practice and Policy Lessons’, EBB Working Paper 0103, Heerlen.
28. Caniëls, M.C.J. en B. Verspagen, (1999), ‘The effects of economic integration on regional growth, an evolutionary
model’, ECIS Working Paper 99.13, Eindhoven.
29. Caniëls, M.C.J. en B. Verspagen, (1999), ‘The effects of economic integration on regional growth, an evolutionary
model’, MERIT Research Memorandum 2/99-31, Maastricht.
30. Caniëls, M.C.J. en B. Verspagen, (1999), ‘Spatial distance in a technology gap model’, ECIS Working Paper 99.10,
Eindhoven.
31. Caniëls, M.C.J. en B. Verspagen, (1999), ‘Spatial distance in a technology gap model’, MERIT Research
Memorandum 2/99-23, Maastricht.
Recent conference papers and presentations (since 2001)
1.
Schenkel, M. , Krikke, H.R. , Caniëls, M.C.J. & van der Laan, E. , "Value Creation in Closed Loop Supply Chains - A
Research Framework", paper presented at the International PhD Conference, 3 November 2012, Nyenrode.
2.
Schenkel, M. , Krikke, H.R. , Caniëls, M.C.J. & van der Laan, E. , "Value Creation in Closed Loop Supply Chains - A
Research Framework", paper presented at the Internal Faculty Research Meeting, 12 November 2012, Heerlen.
3.
Schenkel, M. , Krikke, H.R. , Caniëls, M.C.J. & van der Laan, E. , "Value Creation in Closed Loop Supply Chains - A
Research Framework", paper presented at the ICOVACS, 13-15 December 2012, Izmir, Turkey.
4.
Schenkel, M. , Krikke, H.R. , Caniëls, M.C.J. & van der Laan, E. , "Value Creation in Closed Loop Supply Chains - A
Research Framework", paper presented at the DINALOG Winterschool, 28 January - 1 February 2013, Breda.
5.
Schenkel, M. , Krikke, H.R. , Caniëls, M.C.J. & van der Laan, E., "From Costs to Value- Value Creation from Product
Returns" , paper presented at the Alumnidag Faculteit Managementwetenschappen, 24 November 2012, Den
Bosch.
6.
Zhu, Q., Krikke, H. and Caniëls, M. C. J. (2012), 'Supply chain continuous improvement supported by interorganizational learning', paper presented at the ICOVACS conference, 13-15 December 2012, Izmir, Turkey.
7.
Caniëls, M.C.J., Kronenberg, K. and C.W. Werker (2012), ‘Conceptualizing Proximity in Research Collaborations’,
paper presented at the DFG/NOW conference “Knowledge Networking: Exploring Social Dynamics of Innovation”,
7-8 December 2012, department of Geography, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen.
8.
Caniëls, M.C.J., C. Neghina and N. Schaerts (2012), ‘Exploring ambidexterity: The effects of empowerment,
knowledge conversion and motivation’, paper presented at the research meting of the Open University of the
Netherlands, 12 November 2012, Heerlen.
9.
Caniëls, M.C.J. (2012), ‘Developing Organizational Creativity: Does Organizational Creativity Require Constraints?’,
Keynote lecture at the Workshop Creativity and Innovation Management, 29 June 2012, Technische Universität
Berlin, Berlin.
10. Caniëls, M.C.J. (2012), ‘From creative spark to innovative success: The impact of contextual factors on the
creative process’. Track at the CIM community workshop 28-29 June 2012, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin.
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11. Chini, B. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2012), ‘How to enhance organizational creativity’, paper presented at the CIM
community workshop 28-29 June 2012, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin.
12. Caniëls, M.C.J. (2012), ‘Gebruik van social media in onderwijs en onderzoek’, seminar at the faculty of
Management Sciences lunchmeeting, 29 May 2012, Open Universiteit, Heerlen.
13. Caniëls, M.C.J. (2012), ‘Innovatie en kennisoverdracht - Leren van fouten’, lecture at Delta, Middelburg, 15 May
2012.
14. Chini, B. and M.C.J. Caniëls, ‘Developing organizational creativity: The moderating role of contextual factors’,
paper presented at the EURAM conference, 5-8 June 2012, Rotterdam.
15. Lenaerts, H., Caniëls, M.C.J. and C.J. Gelderman, ‘Explaining the Internet usage of SMEs - The impact of market
orientation, behavioural norms, motivation and technology acceptance’, paper presented at the EURAM conference,
5-8 June 2012, Rotterdam.
16. Taekema, S., Caniëls, M.C.J. and J. Semeijn, ‘The importance of interfunctional coordination for innovation
success’, paper presented at the EURAM 2012 conference, 5-8 June 2012, Rotterdam.
17. Neghina, C., Caniëls, M.C.J., van Birgelen, M.J.H. and J.M.M. Bloemer, ‘The role of organizational learning in the
service firm’, paper presented at the OLKC conference, 25-27 April, Valencia, Spain.
18. Bout, A., Caniëls, M.C.J. and C.M. Gelderman (2012), ‘Supply chain collaboration: A dyadic study of buyer-supplier
relationships’, paper presented at the IPSERA conference, 1-4 April, Naples.
19. Gehrsitz, M., Caniëls, M.C.J. and J. Semeijn (2012), ‘Participation of suppliers in greening supply chains: An
empirical analysis of German automotive suppliers’, paper presented at the IPSERA conference, 1-4 April, Naples.
20. Chini, B. and M.C.J. Caniëls, (2011), ‘Developing organizational creativity: The moderating role of contextual
factors’, paper presented at the Boston Decision Sciences Institute 42nd Annual Meeting: Decision Sciences as a
Catalyst for Interdisciplinary Exchange and Cultural Change, Boston, November 19-22, 2011.
21. van Vuuren, T., J. Semeijn, and M.C.J. Caniëls (2011), ‘Ageing, human resource practices and employability in
primary education in the Netherlands’, paper presented at 7th Biennial International Conference of the Dutch HRM
network “Evidence based HRM”, University of Groningen, Groningen, 10 & 11 November 2011.
22. Caniëls, M.C.J. (2011), ‘Gebruik van Twitter in onderwijs en onderzoek’, seminar at the IPO onderwijsbijeenkomst,
Open Universiteit, Heerlen, 11 October 2011.
23. Caniëls, M.C.J. , van Vuuren, T., Semeijn, J.H. and H. van den Bosch (2011), ‘Lifelong learning and sustainable
employment’, paper presented at the annual EDINEB conference “From Innovation to Crème de la Crème
Education”!, IDRAC Lyon, France, 7 – 10 June 2011.
24. Caniëls, M.C.J. and T. van Vuuren (2011), ‘Monitoring lifelong learning’, paper presented at the Eastern Academy
of Management - International Conference on Managing in a Global Economy XIV: Global Web of Knowledge,
Bangalore, India, 26-30 June, 2011.
25. Van Emmerik, H., H. Guenter, B. Schreurs, A. de Grip, J. van Loo, N.M. Agrawal, V. Srinivasan, A.K. Ojha, N.
Bozionelos, T. van Vuuren, M.C.J. Caniëls, and M. Crociutto, (2011), ‘Ways of Measuring and Monitoring
Employees’ Performance and Well-Being: And What About Cultural Differences?’ Accepted Panel Discussion,
Eastern Academy of Management, International Conference on Managing in a Global Economy XIV: Global Web of
Knowledge, Bangalore, India - June 26-30, 2011.
26. Van Emmerik, H., H. Guenter, B. Schreurs, A. de Grip, J. van Loo, N.M. Agrawal, V. Srinivasan, A.K. Ojha, N.
Bozionelos, T. van Vuuren, M.C.J. Caniëls, and M. Crociutto, (2011), ‘Ways of Measuring and Monitoring
Employees’ Performance and Well-Being in Different Cultures’ Accepted Symposium at the Eastern Academy of
Management, International Conference on Managing in a Global Economy XIV: Global Web of Knowledge,
Bangalore, India - June 26-30, 2011. This symposium has been selected as the Best Submission to the Research
Methods Track of the Conference. This award was sponsored by SMA and was accompanied by a $500 check.
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27. Romijn, H.A. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2011), ‘Pathways of technological change in developing countries: Review and
new agenda’, paper presented at the DIME workshop “Perspectives from economics, anthropology and geography
on agrarian change”, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, Germany, February 18-19, 2011.
28. De Blick, K., Caniëls, M.C.J. and C.M. Gelderman (2011), ‘Performance of key account management teams – The
buyer’s perspective’, Paper presented at the 20th Annual IPSERA Conference 2011: Vision 20/20 - Preparing today
for tomorrow’s challenges, Maastricht, the Netherlands, 10-13 April 2011.
29. Caniëls, M.C.J., van Vuuren, T. and J. Semeijn (2011), ‘Lifelong learning and sustainable employment’, paper
presented at the 15th Conference of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Maastricht,
the Netherlands, 25-28 May 2011.
30. van Vuuren, T., J. Semeijn, and M.C.J. Caniëls (2011), ‘Ageing, human resource practices and employability in
primary education in the Netherlands’, paper presented at the 15th Conference of the European Association of
Work and Organizational Psychology, Maastricht, the Netherlands, 25-28 May 2011.
31. Kohlsdorfer, A., Caniëls, M.C.J., Semeijn, J., and D. Hofenk (2011), ‘Relationship Marketing in Third Party Logistics
- the Influence of Customer Relationship Orientation’, Paper presented at the 20th Annual IPSERA Conference
2011: Vision 20/20 - Preparing today for tomorrow’s challenges, Maastricht, the Netherlands, 10-13 April 2011.
32. Krikke, H. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2010), ‘Can inter-organizational learning support redesigning supply chains? A
literature synthesis’, paper presented at the “International IPSERA workshop on customer attractiveness, supplier
satisfaction and customer value”, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, 25-26 November 2010.
33. Caniëls, M.C.J. (2010), ‘Innovatie en kennisoverdracht - Leren van fouten’, Paper presented at the
Managementwetenschappen Studenten- en Alumnidag 2010, Verkadefabriek, Den Bosch, 27 November 2010.
34. Caniëls, M.C.J. and P. Kirschner (2010), ‘Informal learning in the Netherlands’. Paper presented at the EDINEB
Conference 2010, London, 9-11 June 2010.
35. Van den Bosch, H.M. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2010), ‘The role of Higher Education Institutions in regional learning and
development’. Paper presented at the EDINEB Conference 2010, London, 9-11 June 2010.
36. Van den Bosch, H.M. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2010), ‘The role of Higher Education Institutions in regional learning and
development’. Paper presented at the workshop on Knowledge Networking and Regional Development, TU Delft,
27-28 May 2010.
37. Caniëls, M.C.J. (2010), ‘A Learning Based Approach Towards The Regional Development of Skåne’. Paper
presented at the Workshop Skånsk Innovationskraft, Malmö, Sweden, March 10, 2010.
38. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2009), ‘Jatropha Biofuels in Tanzania: An Innovation System Evolving Towards
Sustainability?’. Paper accepted for presentation at the DIME workshop ‘Innovation Systems in developing
countries’, Milan, 10-11 December 2009.
39. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2009), ‘Jatropha biofuel production in Tanzania: Global connections and local
impacts’. Paper presented at the workshop “Globalisation and the changing geographies of production and
innovation: Implications for workers, firms, regions and countries”, the Urban and Regional Research Centre
Utrecht, Faculty of GeoSciences, Utrecht University, 5-7 Nov 2009.
40. Caniëls, M.C.J., (2009) ‘Strategic Niche Management as a policy instrument for regional development of Skåne’,
paper presented at the workshop Future value creation and systemic innovation, Malmö, Sweden, September 15,
2009.
41. Caniëls, M.C.J. (2009) ‘Research on learning networks and communities in Organizational Learning’, paper
presented at the seminar in honour of Etienne Wenger, Heerlen, the Netherlands, September 4, 2009.
42. Van Raaij, E.M. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2009), ‘Supplier perceived fairness of electronic reverse auctions’ Paper
presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, August 7-11, in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
43. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2009), ‘Strategic Niche Management as a Policy Instrument for Climate Change
Mitigation’. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Innovative Economic Policies for Climate Change
Mitigation, Economics Web Institute, Rome, 25th-26th June 2009.
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44. Caniëls, M.C.J. (2009), ‘The moderating effect of trust on the relationship between power asymmetry and
organizational learning’. Paper presented at the International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge
and Capabilities (OLKC) VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 26-28 April 2009.
45. Caniëls, M.C.J. (2009), ‘The impact of power asymmetries on inter-firm learning’. Paper presented at the 18th
annual IPSERA conference 2009, Oestrich-Winkel, Germany 5 – 8 April, 2009.
46. Caniëls, M.C.J., (2009) ‘The moderating effect of trust on the relationship between power asymmetry and interfirm learning’, paper presented at the Business Administration and Business Economics Speakers seminar, Heerlen,
the Netherlands, March 19, 2009.
47. Caniëls, M.C.J., (2009) ‘Inter-organizational learning’, paper presented at the NELLL seminar, Heerlen, the
Netherlands, March 11, 2009.
48. Caniëls, M.C.J., (2009) ‘Converting good research in publishable articles (Tips & Tricks)’, presentation at the
CELSTEC/NELLL colloquium, Heerlen, the Netherlands, June 4, 2009.
49. Caniëls, M.C.J., E. Kesidou and H.A. Romijn (2009) 'The software sector in Uruguay: A Sectoral Systems of
Innovation perspective', paper presented on the International Conference on Regional Competitiveness Clusters
and economic development, Liège, Belgium, March 2-3, 2009.
50. Caniëls, M.C.J. (2009), Invited discussion panel member on the International Conference on Regional
Competitiveness Clusters and economic development, Liège, Belgium, March 2-3, 2009.
51. Van Raaij, E.M. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2009), ‘Supplier perceived fairness of electronic reverse auctions’ Paper
presented at the Workshop Inkoop Onderzoek Nederland (WION), Lunteren, The Netherlands, January 20-21,
2009.
52. Caniëls, M.C.J., W. Kooistra and J. Semeijn (2008) ‘Drivers and Obstacles for innovation in logistics’ Paper
presented at the 5th International Conference on Innovation and Management (ICIM2008) Maastricht, the
Netherlands, December 10-11 2008.
53. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2008), ‘Actor networks in Strategic Niche Management: Insights from Social
Network Theory’ Paper presented at the international workshop “Analysing innovation networks for sustainable
energy technologies” Graz, Austria, November 26 – 27 2008.
54. Caniëls, M.C.J. and E.M. van Raaij (2008), ‘Do all suppliers dislike electronic reverse auctions?’, Paper presented at
the 17th annual IPSERA (International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association) conference
2008, Perth, Australia, March 9 - 12 2008.
55. Caniëls, M.C.J. and E.M. van Raaij (2008), ‘Do all suppliers dislike electronic reverse auctions?’, Paper presented at
the Workshop Inkoop Onderzoek Nederland (WION), Lunteren, The Netherlands, January 18-19, 2008.
56. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘Does innovation matter for LDCs? Discussion and new agenda’, paper
presented at the CAS Workshop "Innovation in Firms", 30/10-1/11/2007, Oslo.
57. Caniëls, M.C.J., J.A.J. van Eijck and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘Development of new supply chains: Insights from
Strategic Niche Management’, presented at the International Management Development Association (IMDA) 16th
World Business Conference, July 4-8th, 2007, Maastricht.
58. Caniëls, M.C.J., A. Roeleveld, and J. Semeijn (2007), ‘Power and dependence perspectives on outsourcing
decisions’ presented at the Business Administration and Business Economics Speakers seminar, April 26, 2007,
Heerlen.
59. Caniëls, M.C.J., A. Roeleveld, and J. Semeijn (2007), ‘Power and dependence perspectives on outsourcing
decisions’ presented at the International Management Development Association (IMDA) 16th World Business
Conference, July 4-8th, 2007, Maastricht.
60. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘What makes networks function in Strategic Niche Management? Insights
from social network theory and diffusion studies’, accepted for the DIME WP 2.3 Workshop "Interdependencies of
interactions in local and sectoral innovation systems", Jena, Germany, March 23-24, 2007.
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61. Caniëls, M.C.J., J.A.J. van Eijck and H.A. Romijn (2007), ‘Development of new supply chains: Insights from
Strategic Niche Management’, accepted for the 2007 ISPIM Conference, "Innovation for Growth: The Challenges
for East & West", Warsaw, Poland, 17-20 June 2007.
62. Caniëls, M.C.J. and A.H.J. Smeets-Verstraeten (2007), 'How to integrate didactic principles in an e-learning
environment', virtual presentation at the International Conference on Design Principles and Practices, January 4-7,
2007, London.
63. Caniëls, M.C.J. and E. Kesidou (2006), ‘Mechanisms of localised knowledge spillovers and innovation: The case of
the Uruguayan software cluster’, paper presented at the GLOBELICS Conference “Innovation Systems for
Competitiveness and Shared Prosperity in Developing Countries”, October 4-7 2006, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.
64. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2006), ‘Strategic Niche Management as an operational tool for sustainable
innovation: Guidelines for practice’, paper accepted for the Schumpeter Conference, 21 -24 June 2006, Nice,
France.
65. Caniëls, M.C.J. and C. J. Gelderman (2005), 'Power and interdependence in Kraljic's purchasing portfolio matrix',
paper presented at the 14th annual IPSERA (International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research
Association) conference 2005 Conference, Archamps, France, March 20-24 2005.
66. Caniëls, M.C.J. and A.H.J. Smeets-Verstraeten (2004), 'LMS, LCMS and E-Learning Environments: where did the
didactics go?', paper presented at the 11th EDINEB conference The Changing Face of Globalization: Its Impact on
Educating Future Leaders, Maastricht, June 16-18, 2004.
67. Caniëls, M.C.J. and A.H.J. Smeets-Verstraeten (2003), ‘Sophia: Didactic principles integrated in an LCMS’ paper
accepted by the International Conference on Networked e-learning for European Universities Granada, Spain, 23 25th November 2003.
68. Caniëls, M.C.J., H.A. Romijn and M. de Ruijter-De Wildt (2003), ‘Can Business Development Services practitioners
learn from theories on innovation and services marketing?’, paper presented at the 7th annual EUNIP Conference,
Porto, Portugal, 18th - 20th September 2003.
69. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2003), ‘What drives innovativeness in industrial clusters? Transcending the
debate’, paper presented at the ECIS/CfER Workshop on Knowledge and Innovation in Creating and Sustaining
Regional Growth in a Global Environment, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 10th -12th July 2003.
70. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2003), ‘What drives innovativeness in industrial clusters? Transcending the
debate’, paper presented at the Regional Studies Association International Conference, Pisa, Italy, 12th -15th April
2003.
71. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2002), ‘SME Clusters, Acquisition of Technological Capabilities and Development:
Concepts, Practice and Policy Lessons’, paper presented at the UNU/INTECH Conference on Innovation, Learning
and Technological Dynamism of Developing Countries, Maastricht, the Netherlands, 15 May 2002.
72. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2002), ‘Firm-level knowledge accumulation and regional dynamics’, paper
presented at the International Workshop on Knowledge Spillovers and Knowledge Management in Economic
Networks and Industrial Clusters, The Centre for Information Logistics, Ljungby, Sweden, 18-22 September 2002.
73. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2002), ‘Explaining dynamic clusters in developing countries: does the collective
efficiency approach suffice?’, paper presented at the EADI 10th General Conference, EU Enlargement in a changing
world – challenges for development co-operation in the 21st century, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 19-21 September 2002.
74. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2001), ‘SME Clusters, Acquisition of Technological Capabilities and Development:
Concepts, Practice and Policy Lessons’, paper presented at the 5th EUNIP Conference, Vienna, Austria, November
29th – December 1st 2001.
75. Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2001), ‘Small-industry clusters accumulation of technological capabilities and
development: a conceptual framework’, paper presented at the EADI Workshop, Campobasso, Italy, 22-24 March
2001.
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IV. Presence in national media
1.
Column in IntermediairPW voor P&O professionals (2011), ‘Leren van fouten’, #11 / 29 november 2011, p. 17.
2.
Interview met Marjan Bleeker voor PW Maandblad voor HR professionals (20 oktober 2011).
3.
Interview met L1 TV voor Goeiemiddag Limburg (30 maart 2011) over hoogopgeleide vrouwen in topposities.
4.
Interview met L1 radio voor Balkon van Limburg (29 maart 2011) over hoogopgeleide vrouwen in topposities.
5.
Interview with Rob Hartgers in Management Scope (2010), ‘Foutje, bedankt!’, oktober 2010.
6.
Interview met Annegreet van Bergen in Slow Management (2009), ‘Nieuwe leervormen vragen om autonomie en
zelfsturing’, december 2009, pp. 60-69.
V.
Publications in progress
Under review
1.
De Stobbeleir, K.E.M., Caniëls, M.C.J., De Clippeleer, I. and S. De Baets, ‘Being proactive and creative: How
different types of proactivity impact creative performance’, paper submitted on 20 December 2012 to the IPSIM
Conference “Innovating in Global Markets: Challenges for Sustainable Growth”, Helsinki, Finland, 16-19 June 2013.
2.
De Stobbeleir, K.E.M., Caniëls, M.C.J., De Clippeleer, I. and S. De Baets, ‘Being proactive and creative: How
different types of proactivity impact creative performance’, paper submitted on 13 December 2012 to the Journal
of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (Manuscript ID: JOOP-S-12-00343). To be submitted to… UNDER
REVISION
3.
Arora, S., Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn, ‘Governing the emergence of a biofuel economy in Tanzania: a
historical-institutional analysis’. Paper submitted on 1 November 2011 to Industrial and Corporate Change
(Manuscript ID: ICC-11-11-0176). Paper resubmitted on 2 October 2012 (Manuscript ID: ICC-11-11-0176.R1).
UNDER REVISION
4.
Caniëls, M.C.J., De Stobbeleir, K.E.M. and I. De Clippeleer, ‘From creativity to success: Barriers and critical success
factors in bridging the gap between idea generation and idea implementation, paper resubmitted on 25 August
2012 to Creativity and Innovation Management (Manuscript ID 0621-CIM-A-08-2012). UNDER REVISION –
Deadline 1 FEB
5.
Gehrsitz, M., Caniëls, M.C.J. and J. Semeijn (2012), ‘Participation of suppliers in greening supply chains: An
empirical analysis of German automotive suppliers’, paper submitted on 4 June 2012 to Journal of Purchasing and
Supply Management (Manuscript ID: JPSM-D-12-00053). UNDER REVISION – Deadline 22 FEB
6.
Caniëls, M.C.J., Kronenberg, K. and C.W. Werker, ‘Conceptualizing Proximity in Research Collaborations’, book
chapter submitted on 30 October 2012 for possible publication in an edited volume on the Social Dynamics on
Innovation Networks (R.P.J.H. Rutten). UNDER REVISION - Deadline 30 APRIL
7.
Caniëls, M.C.J., Neghina, C. and N. Schaetsaert , ‘Ambidexterity: the Effects of Empowerment, Knowledge
Conversion and Motivation’, paper submitted on 30 November 2012 to the Special Issue HRMJ. UNDER REVIEW
8.
Van Raaij, E.M. and M.C.J. Caniëls, ‘The impact of supplier-perceived fairness of electronic reverse auctions on
buyer-supplier relationship quality’, revised version submitted on 2 February 2012 to the Journal of Operations
Management. UNDER REVISION
9.
Caniëls, M.C.J., J. Semeijn and C.V. van Vuuren (2011), ‘Ageing, human resource practices and employability in
primary education in the Netherlands’, revised version submitted on 15 January 2012 to the Special Issue of the
Journal of Managerial Psychology: “Facilitating age diversity in organizations”. UNDER REVISION
10. van Vuuren, C.V., J. Semeijn and Caniëls, M.C.J., ‘HR and Creativity in organizations; in search of stimulating
factors and conditions’. Proposal for a Symposium at the 16th Congress of the European Association of Work and
Organizational Psychology Münster, Germany, May 22nd-25th 2013. Submission date 2 Oct 2012. UNDER
REVISION
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11. Caniëls, M.C.J. and R.J.J.M. Bakens, ‘De invloed van Projectmanagement Informatie Systemen op de
besluitvorming in een multi-project omgeving’, paper to be revised for Management & Organisatie. UNDER
REVISION
In progress
12. Caniëls, M.C.J. and B. Chini, ‘Does organizational creativity require constraints?’, paper submitted on 28 February
2012 to Organization Studies (Manuscript ID: OS-12-0098).
13. Caniëls, M.C.J. and K.E.M. De Stobbeleir, ‘Creative geniuses: Lone inventors or interaction seekers?’, paper
submitted on 10 May 2012 to Organization Studies (Manuscript ID: OS-12-0264).
14. Chini, B. and M.C.J. Caniëls, ‘Developing organizational creativity: The moderating role of contextual factors’,
paper to be submitted to Journal of Creative Behavior.
15. Lenaerts, H., Caniëls, M.C.J. and C.J. Gelderman, ‘Explaining the Internet usage of SMEs - The impact of market
orientation, behavioural norms, motivation and technology acceptance’, paper to be submitted to a journal.
16. Oude-Wansink, M., Caniëls, M.C.J. and H. van Delden, ‘Changing Local and Regional Production Structures facing
the Internet and a Worldwide Crisis’, paper accepted for presentation at the European Regional Science Association
(ERSA) annual conference, 21 - 25 August 2012, Bratislava, Slovakia. Deadline full paper: 30 June 2012.
17. Caniëls, M.C.J., van Vuuren, T., Semeijn, J.H. and H. van den Bosch, ‘Lifelong learning and sustainable
employment’. Paper to be submitted to a journal.
18. De Blick, K., Caniëls, M.C.J. and C.M. Gelderman, ‘Performance of key account management teams – The buyer’s
perspective’, Paper to be submitted to a journal.
19. Kor, B. and M.C.J. Caniëls, ‘The moderating impact of entrepreneurial orientation on the knowledge management
capability–innovation performance relationship’.
20. Krikke, H. and M.C.J. Caniëls, ‘Can inter-organizational learning support redesigning supply chains? A literature
synthesis’, paper to be submitted to Industrial Marketing Management.
21. van den Bosch, H. and M.C.J. Caniëls, ‘The learning region: a management educational perspective within the
frame of life-long leaning’, paper to be submitted to International Management Literature Review.
22. Caniëls, M.C.J. and P.W.Th. Ghijsen, ‘The moderating effect of trust on the relationship between power asymmetry
and inter-firm learning’, paper to be submitted to Journal of Supply Chain Management.
23. Caniëls, M.C.J. and P.A. Kirschner, ‘Informal learning in the Netherlands’, paper invited to be submitted to Journal
of Higher Education Theory and Practice.
24. Burger, L., Caniëls M.C.J. and C.J. Gelderman, ‘The interplay effects between agent characteristics and
organizational level safeguards on opportunism in buyer-supplier relationships’, paper to be submitted to a journal.
25. Kor, B. and M.C.J. Caniëls, ‘The impact of knowledge management on innovation’.
26. Handayani, N.U. and M.C.J. Caniëls, ‘Measuring the growth of industrial clusters in Indonesia’.
27. Carmen Neghina1,2,*, Marjolein CJ Canïels1,2, Josée MM Bloemer3, Marcel JH van Birgelen, Dimensions and
antecedents of co-creation in service interactions, QUIS
28. Ward Ooms – paper voor PhD workshop
VI.
Project plans in progress
1.
Postdoc proposal with Govert Valkenburg
2.
Postdoc proposal with Anneke de Jongh (Flycatcher)
3.
PhD proposal with Robert Hassink
4.
PhD proposal with Bas Hillebrand
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VII. Exposure in press on websites
http://www.managersonline.nl/nieuws/11107/hoge-werkdruk-funest-voor-innovatievermogen.html
http://gortcoaching.nl/loopbaanadvies-utrecht/hoge-werkdruk-funest-voor-innovatievermogen.html
http://www.hrstrategie.nl/hot-topics/strategische-personeelsplanning/download/onderzoek-naar-invloedwerkomgeving-op-creatiefhttp://www.penoactueel.nl/nieuws/aanmoediging-maakt-werknemer-niet-creatiever-7112.html
http://eyedentitycoach.wordpress.com/2011/07/27/hoge-werkdruk-funest-voor-innovatievermogen/
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