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Matthias Waldkirch
Matthias Waldkirch
Assistant Professor, EBS Business School
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Pacifying the algorithm–Anticipatory compliance in the face of algorithmic management in the gig economy
EL Bucher, PK Schou, M Waldkirch
Organization 28 (1), 44-67, 2021
852021
Non-family CEOs in family firms: Spotting gaps and challenging assumptions for a future research agenda
M Waldkirch
Journal of Family Business Strategy 11 (1), 100305, 2020
482020
CEO turnover in family firms: How social exchange relationships influence whether a non-family CEO stays or leaves
M Waldkirch, M Nordqvist, L Melin
Human Resource Management Review 28 (1), 56-67, 2018
402018
Controlled by the algorithm, coached by the crowd–how HRM activities take shape on digital work platforms in the gig economy
M Waldkirch, E Bucher, PK Schou, E Grünwald
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 32 (12), 2643-2682, 2021
272021
Theoretical Perspectives on Family Businesses
M Nordqvist, L Melin, M Waldkirch, G Kumeto
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015
262015
Benefitting from benefits—A comparison of employee satisfaction in family and non-family firms
S Querbach, M Waldkirch, N Kammerlander
Journal of Family Business Strategy 13 (2), 100351, 2022
222022
Digital affordances: How entrepreneurs access support in online communities during the COVID-19 pandemic
MM Meurer, M Waldkirch, PK Schou, EL Bucher, K Burmeister-Lamp
Small Business Economics 58 (2), 637-663, 2022
222022
Social identity theory and the family business
M Waldkirch
Theoretical perspectives on family businesses. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham …, 2015
162015
Configurations for corporate venture innovation: Investigating the role of the dominant coalition
M Waldkirch, N Kammerlander, C Wiedeler
Journal of Business Venturing 36 (5), 106137, 2021
142021
Introducing theoretical perspectives on family business
M Nordqvist, L Melin, M Waldkirch, G Kumeto
Theoretical perspectives on family businesses, 1-17, 2015
132015
When the Cure Turns Counterproductive: Parallel Professionalization In Family Firms
M Waldkirch, L Melin, M Nordqvist
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 16270, 2017
122017
Entrepreneurial learning in online communities
PK Schou, E Bucher, M Waldkirch
Small Business Economics 58 (4), 2087-2108, 2022
112022
Professionalizing the business family–The five pillars of competent, committed, and sustainable ownership
CB Astrachan, M Waldkirch, A Michiels, TM Pieper, F Bernhard
a research report sponsored by the FFI 2086 society. Available at https …, 2020
92020
Finding benevolence in family firms: The case of stewardship theory
M Waldkirch, M Nordqvist
Routledge, 2017
72017
No second chance for a first impression: the role of aesthetics in early access video games
A Schlüter, M Waldkirch, K Burmeister-Lamp, J Auernhammer
International Journal of Innovation Management, 2140002, 2021
32021
Illuminating the space between: investigating interpersonal relationships in family firms through qualitative inquiry
M Waldkirch
Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods for Family Business, 2020
32020
We Did Start the Fire: r/wallstreetbets,‘Flash movements’ and the Gamestop Short-Squeeze
P Schou, E Bucher, M Waldkirch, E Grünwald
12022
Pragmatic learning in family SMEs: a qualitative study of functional overload among family SME owner-managers
S Querbach, N Kammerlander, J Singh, M Waldkirch
Journal of Knowledge Management, 2021
12021
Benefitting from Benefits–A Comparison of Employee Happiness in Family and Non-Family Firms
S Querbach, M Waldkirch
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 15708, 2019
12019
From professional interactions to relational work: Investigating relationships around non-family CEOs in family firms
M Waldkirch
Jönköping University, Jönköping International Business School, 2018
12018
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