Inge Bleijenbergh
Inge Bleijenbergh
associate professor, Radboud University
Verified email at fm.ru.nl
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Kwalitatief onderzoek in organisaties
IL Bleijenbergh
Den Haag: Boom Lemma, 2013
3072013
After the male breadwinner model? Childcare services and the division of labor in European countries
R Ciccia, I Bleijenbergh
Social Politics 21 (1), 50-79, 2014
1572014
Methodological criteria for the internal validity and utility of practice oriented research
I Bleijenbergh, H Korzilius, P Verschuren
Quality & Quantity 45 (1), 145-156, 2011
1092011
Diversity management beyond the business case
I Bleijenbergh, P Peters, E Poutsma
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 2010
912010
Future challenges for practices of diversity management in organizations
Y Benschop, C Holgersson, M Van den Brink, A Wahl
Handbook for Diversity in Organizations, Oxford University Press, Oxford†…, 2015
762015
May I work from home? Views of the employment relationship reflected in line managers' telework attitudes in six financial‐sector organizations
I Bleijenbergh, P Peters, E Poutsma, L den Dulk, J de Ruijter
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 2010
662010
Case selection
IL Bleijenbergh
Londen: Sage, 2010
612010
(Mis) managing diversity: exploring the dangers of diversity management orthodoxy
D Knights, V Omanović
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 2016
572016
Othering women: fluid images of the ideal academic
IL Bleijenbergh, ML van Engen, CJ Vinkenburg
Equality, diversity and inclusion: An international journal, 2013
552013
How can we explain mixed effects of diversity on team performance? A review with emphasis on context
H Haas
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal 29 (5), 458-490, 2010
552010
Taming diversity: an exploratory study on the travel of a management fashion
I Bleijenbergh, P Peters, E Poutsma, L Heres, Y Benschop
Equality, diversity and inclusion: an international journal, 2010
492010
Equality machineries matter: The impact of women's political pressure on European social-care policies
I Bleijenbergh, C Roggeband
Social Politics 14 (4), 437-459, 2007
462007
Equality machineries matter: The impact of women's political pressure on European social-care policies
I Bleijenbergh, C Roggeband
Social Politics 14 (4), 437-459, 2007
462007
The Oxford handbook of diversity in organizations
R Bendl, I Bleijenbergh, E Henttonen, AJ Mills
Oxford University Press, 2015
412015
European social citizenship and gender: The part-time work directive
I Bleijenbergh, J De Bruijn, J Bussemaker
European Journal of Industrial Relations 10 (3), 309-328, 2004
412004
Group model‐building to support public policy: addressing a conflicted situation in a problem neighbourhood
E Rouwette, I Bleijenbergh, J Vennix
Systems Research and Behavioral Science 33 (1), 64-78, 2016
362016
Group model building evaluation in single cases: a method to assess changes in mental models
B Fokkinga, I Bleijenbergh, J Vennix
27th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, New Mexico, USA, 2009
322009
Do online communities change power processes in healthcare? Using case studies to examine the use of online health communities by patients with Parkinson's disease
LM Visser, IL Bleijenbergh, YWM Benschop, ACR Van Riel, BR Bloem
BMJ open 6 (11), e012110, 2016
312016
The telework adoption process in a Dutch and French subsidiary of the same ICT-multinational
P Peters, IL Bleijenbergh, E Oldenkamp
262009
Citizens who care: European social citizenship in EU-debates on childcare and part-time work
I Bleijenbergh
Rozenberg Publishers, 2005
262005
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