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Auschra, C./Sydow, J. (2022): Resourcing goal-directed networks: Toward a practice-based perspective. In: Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 32 (in print).

Auschra, C./Bartosch, J./Lohmeyer, N. (2022): Differences in female representation in leading management and organization journals: Establishing a benchmark. Research Policy 51 (in print).

Kremser, W./Sydow, J. (2022): When practices control practitioners: Integrating self-reinforcing dynamics into practice-based accounts of managing and organizing. In: Organization Theory 3 (in print).

Stache, F./Sydow, J. (2022): Breaking a path by creating a new one – How organizational change boosts children’s cancer care. In: Organization Studies 43 (in print).

Berthod, O./Grothe-Hammer, M./Hagen, R./Sydow, J. (2021): Managing resource mutation in the face of extreme events: Fieldwork at two public networks in Germany and the U.S. In: Public Administration 99, 171-188.

Bruder, I. (2021): A social mission is not enough: Reflecting the normative foundations of social entrepreneurship. In: Journal of Business Ethics 174, 487-505.

Samimi, E./Sydow, J. (2021): Human resource management in project-based organizations: Revisiting the permanency assumptions. In: International Journal of Human Resource Management 32 (1), 49-83.

Sydow, J./Helfen, M./Auschra, C. (2021): Re-thinking global production networks in the face of crises: A comment from Germany in light of Covid-19. In: Management and Organization Review 17 (2), S. 401-406.

Helfen, M./Sydow, J./Wirth, C. (2020): Service delivery networks and employment relations at German airports: Jeopardizing industrial peace on the ground? In: British Journal of Industrial Relations 58 (1), 168-198.

Fortwengel, J./Sydow, J. (2020): When many Davids collaborate with one Goliath: How inter-organiza­tio­nal networks (fail to) manage size differences. In: British Journal of Management 31 (2), S. 403-420.

Sydow, J./Helfen, M./Wirth, C. (2020): Strategy emergence in service delivery networks: Network-oriented HRM practices at German airports. In: Human Resource Management Journal 30 (4), S. 566-585.

Sydow, J./Schreyögg, G./Koch, J. (2020): On the theory of organizational path dependence: Clarifications, replies to objections, and extensions. In: Academy of Management Review 45 (4), S. 717-734.

Berthod, O./Grothe-Hammer, M./Sydow, J. (2016): Network ethnography: A mixed-method approach for the study of practices in interorganizational settings. In: Organizational Research Methods 19 (in press).

Flickinger, M./Wrage, M./Tuschke, A./Bresser, R. (2016): How CEOs protect themselves against dismissal:
A social status perspective
. Strategic Management Journal 37(6), 1107-1117.

Helfen, M./Schüßler, E./Dimitris, S. (2016): Translating European labor relations to the US through Global Framework Agreements? A comparative analysis of German and Swedish MNEs. Industrial and Labor Relations Review 69 (3): 631-655.

Helfen, M./Schüßler, E./Botzem, S. (2015): Legitimation strategies of corporate elites in the field of labor regulation: Changing responses to Global Framework Agreements. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 43, 243-268.

Schüßler, E./Grabher, G./Müller-Seitz, G. (2015): Field-configuring events: Arenas for innovation and learning? Industry & Innovation, 22(3), 165-172.

Schulz, A.-C./Nicolai, A. (2015): The intellectual link between management research and popularization media: A bibliometric analysis of the Harvard Business Review. Academy of Management Learning and Education 14 (1), S. 31-49.

Sydow, J./Schmidt, T./Braun, T. (2015): Business Model Change and Network Creation: Evidence from Berlin Start-ups. In: Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Vancouver, Canada (in press).

Berthod, O./Müller-Seitz, G./Sydow, J. (2014): Out of nowhere? Interorganizational assemblage as the answer to a food-borne disease outbreak. In: Schmalenbach Business Review 66 (3) (in press).

Burger, M./Sydow, J. (2014): How inter-organizational networks can become path-dependent: Bargaining practices in the photonics industry. Schmalenbach Business Review 66 (1), S. 73-99.

Dunbar, R./Bresser, R. (2014): Knowledge Generation and Governance in Management Research. Journal of Business Economics 84 (1), S. 129-144.

Jackson, G. et al. (2014): Grey areas: irresponsible corporations and reputational dynamics. Socio-Economic Review 12 (1), S. 153-218.

Mangematin, V./Sapsed, J./Schüßler, E. (2014): Disassembly and reassembly: An introduction to the Special Issue on digital technology and creative industries. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 83, S. 1-9.

Mellewigt, T./Decker, C. (2014): Costs of partner search and selection in strategic alliances. Journal of Business Economics 84 (1), S. 71-97.

Schüßler, E./Dobusch, L./Wessel, L. (2014): Backstage: Organizing field-configuring events as proto-institutional work in transforming creative industry. Schmalenbach Business Review (in press).

Schüßler, E./Rüling, C.-C./Wittneben, B. (2014): On Melting Summits: The Limitations of Field-Configuring Events as Catalysts of Change in Transnational Climate Policy. Academy of Management Journal 57, S. 140-171..

Schulz, A.-C./Nicolai, A. (2014): The intellectual link between management research and popularization media: A bibliometric analysis of the Harvard Business Review. Academy of Management Learning and Education (in press).


Dobusch, L./Schüßler, E. (2013): Copyright reform and business model innovation: Regulatory propaganda at German music industry conferences. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 22 (3), S. 617-647.

Dobusch, L./Schüßler, E. (2013): Theorizing path dependence: A Review of positive feedback mechanism in technology markets, regional clusters and organizations. Industrial and Corporate Change 22 (3), S. 617-647.

Ferreira, A./Braun, T./Sydow, J. (2013): Citizenship behavior in project-based organizing: Comparing German and Portuguese project managers. International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (20), S. 3772-3793.

Grill, P./Bresser, R. (2013): Strategically Valuable Resources and Capabilities and Successful M&A: A Dyadic Perspective. Journal of Business Economics 83 (3), S. 235-257.

Helfen, M./Sydow, J. (2013): Negotiating as Institutional Work: The Case of Labor Standards and International Framework Agreements. Organization Studies 34 (8), S. 1073-1098.

Jackson, G./Kuruvilla, S./Frege, C. (2013): Across Boundaries: The Global Challenges Facing Workers and Employment Research. British Journal of Industrial Relations 51 (3), S. 425-439.

Jackson, G./Ni, N. (2013): Understanding Complementarities as Organizational Configurations: Using Set Theoretical Methods. Research in the Sociology of Organizations 38, S. 129-158.

Lange, K./Müller-Seitz, G./Sydow. J./Windeler, A. (2013): Financing innovations in uncertain networks – Filling in roadmap gaps in the semiconductor industry. Research Policy 42 (3), S. 595-612.

Mellewigt, T./Krzeminska, A./Hoetker, G. (2013): Reconceptualizing Plural Governance. Strategic Management Journal 34 (13), S. 1614-1627.

Müller-Seitz, G./Schüßler, E. (2013): From event management to managing events: A process perspective on organized and unexpected field-level events. Managementforschung 23, S. 193-226.

Schubert, C./Sydow, J./Windeler, A. (2013): The Means of Managing Momentum. Bridging Technological Paths and Organisational Fields. Research Policy 42, S. 1389-1405.

Schüßler, E./Decker, C./Lerch, F. (2013): Networks of clusters: A governance perspective. Industry & Innovation 20 (4), S. 357-377.

Sydow, J./Frenkel, S. (2013): Labor, Risk and Uncertainty in Global Supply Networks - Exploratory Insights. Journal of Business Logistics 34 (3), S. 233-242.


Botzem, S./Dobusch, L. (2012): Standardization cycles: A process perspective on the formation and diffusion of transnational standards. Organization Studies 33 (5-6), S. 737-762.

Brammer, S./Jackson, G./Matten, D. (2012): Corporate Social Responsibility and institutional theory: new perspectives on private governance, Socio-Economic Review, 10, S. 3-28.

Bresser, R./Powalla, C. (2012): Practical implications of the resource-based view: Assessing the predictive power of the VRIO-framework. Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft (Journal of Business Economics) 82 (4), S. 335-359.

Dobusch, L./Kapeller, J. (2012): Regulatorische Unsicherheit und private Standardisierung: Koordination durch Ambiguität. Managementforschung 22, S. 43-81.

Dobusch, L./Müller-Seitz, G. (2012): Serial Singularities: Developing a Network Organization by Organizing Events. Schmalenbach Business Review 64 (3), S. 204-229.

Jackson, G./Deeg, R. (2012): The long-term trajectories of institutional change in European capitalism. Journal of European Public Policy 19 (8), S. 1109-1125.

Jackson, G./Müllenborn, T. (2012): Understanding the Role of Institutions in Industrial Relations: Perspectives from Classical Sociological Theory. Industrial Relations 51 (S1), S. 472-500.

Jackson, G./Sorge, A. (2012): The trajectory of institutional change in Germany 1979-2009. Journal of European Public Policy 19 (8), S. 1146-1167.

Mannig, S./Sydow, J./Windeler, A. (2012): Securing access to lower-cost talent globally: The dynamics of active embedding and field structuration. Regional Studies 46 (9), S. 1201-1218.

Mellewigt, T./Decker, C. (2012): Business exit and strategic change: Sticking to the knitting or striking a new strategic path? British Journal of Management 23 (2), 165-178.

Mellewigt, T./Decker, C./Eckhard, B. (2012): What drives contract design in alliances? Taking stock and how to proceed. Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Online First™, 26 Mai 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s11573-012-0591-y.

Müller-Seitz, G./Sydow, J. (2012): Maneuvring between networks to lead - A longitudinal case study in the semiconductor industry. Long Range Planning 45 (2-3), S. 105-135.

Ortlieb, R./Sieben, B. (2012): How to safeguard critical resources of professional and managerial staff: Exploration of a taxonomy of resource retention strategies. International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (8), S. 1688-1704.

Schüßler, E./Wessel, L./Gersch, M. (2012): Taking stock: Capability development in inter-organizational projects. Schmalenbach Business Review 64 (3), S. 171-186.

Sieben, B./Haunschild, A. (2012): Paradoxes of luxury work. Zeitschrift für Personalforschung, 26 (2), S. 189-194.

Sydow, J./Windeler, A./Müller-Seitz, G./Lange, K. (2012): Path constitution analysis - A methodology for understanding path dependence and path creation. Business Research 5 (2), S. 1-22.

Sydow, J./Windeler, A./Schubert, C./Möllering, G. (2012): Organizing R&D consortia for path creation and extension: The case of semiconductor manufacturing technologies. Organization Studies 33 (7), S. 907-936.

Wilhelm, M./Sydow, J. (2012): Compete to cooperate - Practicing the paradox of coopetition in supplier networks. Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management, Boston, Mass.


Dobusch, L./Quack, S. (2011): Interorganisationale Netzwerke und digitale Gemeinschaften: Von Beiträgen zu Beteiligung? Managementforschung 21,  S. 171-213.

Fichter, M./Helfen, M./ Sydow, J. (2011): Employment Relations in Global Production Networks - Initiating Transfer of Practices via Union Involvement. Human Relations 63 (4), S. 599 - 624.

Gebhardt, C./Müller-Seitz, G. (2011): Phönix aus der Asche – Eine ereignisorientierte Betrachtung des Siemens Korruptionsskandals Nexus zwischen Organisation und Umwelt. Managementforschung 21, S. 41-90.

Mellewigt, T./Ehrmann, T./Decker, C. (2011): How Does the Franchisor’s Choice of Different Control Mechanisms Affect Franchisees’ and Employee-Managers’ Satisfaction? Journal of Retailing, Vol. 87(3), S. 320-311.

Nicolai, A.T./Schulz, A.-C./Göbel, M. (2011): Between Sweet Harmony and a Clash of Cultures: Does a Joint Academic-Practitioner Review Process Reconcile Rigor and Relevance? Journal of Applied Behavorial Science 47 (1), S. 53-75.

Schreyögg, G./Sydow, J. (2011): Organisational path dependence: A process view. Organization Studies 32 (3), S. 321-335.

Sydow, J./Lerch, F./Huxham, C./Hibbert, P. (2011): A silent cry for leadership: Organizing for leading (in) clusters. Leadership Quarterly 22 (2), S. 328-343.

Sydow, J./Müller-Seitz, G. (2011): Practicing uncertainty in R&D networks – Explorative evidence from a semiconductor industry network. In: Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, San Antonio, Texas.

Wilhelm, M.M (2011): Managing coopetition through horizontal supply chain relations: linking dyadic and network levels of analysis. Journal of Operations Management 29, S. 663-676.


Aguilera, R. V./Jackson, G. (2010): Comparative and International Corporate Governance. Academy of Management Annals 4 (1), S. 485-556.

Hibbert, P./Huxham, C./Lerch, F.-Sydow, J. (2010): Barriers to process learning: Authority and anomie in regional clusters. Management Learning 41 (4), S. 453-471.

Jackson, G./Apostolakou, A. (2010): Corporate Social Responsibility in Western Europe: CSR as an Institutional Mirror or a Substitute? Journal of Business Ethics 94 (3), S. 371-394.

Nicolai, A.T./Schulz, A.-C./Thomas, T.W. (2010): What Wall Street Wants - Exploring the Role of Security Analysts in the Evolution and Spread of Management Concepts. Journal of Management Studies 47 (1), S. 162-189.

Schreyögg, G./Schmidt, L. (2010): Open Windows: Shaping Information Technology as a Contenuous Organizational Process.  Managementforschung 20, S. 151-182.

Schreyögg, G./Sydow, J. (2010): Organizing for Fluidity? On the Dilemmas of New Organizational Forms. Organization Science 21 (6), S. 1251-1262.

Schulz, A.-C./Nicolai, A.T./Göbel, M. (2010): Does a Joint Academic-Practitioner Review Process Reconcile Rigor and Relevance? Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. Montreal.

Sydow, J./Lerch, F./Staber, U. (2010): Planning for path dependence? The case of a network in the Berlin-Brandenburg optics cluster. Economic Geography 86 (2), S. 173-195.


Eckhart, B./Weller, I./Mellewigt, T. (2009): Vertragsgestaltung in der Automobilindustrie: Transaktionsmerkmale, Erfahrungslernen und Wissensmanagement. Zeitschrift für betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung 61, S. 499-529.

Helfen, M. (2009): Soziale Netzwerke und Organisation – Die soziale Einbettung des Verhaltens von und in Unternehmen. Managementforschung 19,  S. 179-220.

Helfen, M./Schuessler, E. (2009) Uncovering divergence: Management attitudes towards HRM practices and works council presence in German SMEs. Economic and Industrial Democracy 30(20), S. 207-240.

Hoetker, G./Mellewigt, T. (2009): Choice and Performance of Governance Mechanisms: Matching Alliance Governance to Asset Type. Strategic Management Journal 30, S. 1025-1044.

Jackson, G. (2009): The Japanese Firm and its Diversity. Economy and Society 38 (3), S. 605-628.

Koch, J./ Eisend, M./Petermann, A.. (2009): Path Dependence in Decision-Making Processes: Exploring the Impact of Complexity under Increasing Returns. Business Research 2, S. 67-85.

Mellewigt, T./Decker, C. (2009): Wissensmanagement: eine Sammelrezension. Die Betriebswirtschaft 69 (5), S. 615-633.

Sydow, J./Schreyögg, G./Koch, J. (2009): Organizational Path Dependence: Opening the Black Box. Academy of Management Review 34 (4), S. 689-709.

Weller I./Holtom B.C./Matiaske, W./Mellewigt, T. (2009): Level and time effects of recruitment sources on early voluntary turnover. Journal of Applied Psychology 94, S. 1146-1162.


Aguilera, R./Filatotchev, I./Gospel, H./Jackson, G. (2008): An Organizational Approach to Comparative Corporate Governance: Costs, Contingencies and Complementarities. Organization Science 19 (3), S. 475-492.

Aoki, M./Jackson, G. (2008): Understanding an emerging diversity of corporate governance and organizational architecture: an essentially-based analysis. Industrial and Corporate Change 17 (1), S. 1-27.

Boyd, J./Bresser, R. (2008): Performance Implications of Delayed Competitive Responses: Evidence from the U.S. Retail Industry. Strategic Management Journal 20 (10),S. 1077-1096.

Bresser, R./Valle-Thiele, R. (2008): Ehemalige Vorstandsvorsitzende als Aufsichtsratschefs: Evidenz zu ihrer Effektivität im Falle des erzwungenen Führungswechsels. Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft 78 (2), S. 175-203.

Deeg, R./Jackson, G. (2008): Comparing capitalisms: understanding institutional diversity and its implications for international business. Journal of International Business Studies 39 (4), S. 540-561.

Jackson, G./Deeg, R. (2008): From comparing capitalisms to the politics of institutional change. Review of International Political Economy 15(4),  S. 680-709.

Kaiser, S./Müller-Seitz, G. (2008): Leveraging Lead User Knowledge in Software Development — The Case of Weblog Technology Economics of Open-source Collaboration. Industry & Innovation 15 (2), S. 199-221.

Ortlieb, R./Sieben, B. (2008): Exclusion, hazard, adding value, or learning? Diversity strategies focused on employees with a migration background. In: Solomon, G.T. (Hg.): Best papers proceedings of the sixty-seventh annual meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643.

Schreyögg, G. (2008): Unternehmensethik zwischen guten Taten und Korruption  - Perspektiven für die Betriebswirtschaftslehre.  (Zeitschrift für betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung, Sonderheft 58, S. 116-135.

Schreyögg, G. (2008): Disponieren und Organisieren – eine kritische Würdigung von Gutenbergs Thesen zum Management aus heutiger Sicht.  Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft  Sonderheft 5/2008, S. 81-98.