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Publications on cooperation, resilience and value creation 2016


Arroyo Abad, L., & Zanden, J. L. van. 2016. Growth under Extractive Institutions? Latin American Per Capita GDP in Colonial Times. The Journal of Economic History, 76(4): 1182-1215.

Bavel, B. J. P. van, & Rijpma, A. 2016. How important were formalized charity and social spending before the rise of the welfare state? A long-run analysis of selected Western European cases, 1400-1850. Economic History Review 69(1): 159–187. 

Bavel, B.J.P. van, & Thoen, E. (Eds.). 2016. The Invisible Hand? How Market Economies have Emerged and Declined Since AD 500. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bekerom, P. van den, Torenvlied, R., & Akkerman, A.  2016. Managing all quarters of the compass? How internally oriented managerial networking moderates the impact of environmental turbulence on organizational performance. American Review of Public Administration 46(6): 639-665. .

Born, M., Thommes, K., & Akkerman, A. 2016. Peer Influence on Protest Participation: Communication and trust between co-workers as inhibitors or facilitators of mobilization. Social Science Research 56(1): 58-72.

Bovens, M., & Hart P. ‘t 2016. Revisiting the study of policy failure. Journal of European Public Policy 23(5): 653-666.

Curtis, D. R., Bavel, B. J. P. van, & Soens, T. E. G. 2016. History and the Social Sciences - Shock Therapy with Medieval Economic History as the Patient. Social Science History 40(4): 751-774.

Faniko, K., Ellemers N., & Derks B. 2016. Queen Bees and Alpha Males: Are successful women more competitive than successful men? European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (7), 903-913. 

Feliciani, T., Flache, A., & Tolsma, J. 2016. Summary of “How, When and Where Can Spatial Segregation Induce Opinion Polarization? Two Competing Models”: Paper under submission as JASS Fast track submission. In M. Baldoni, A. K. Chopra, T. C. Son, K. Hirayama & P. Torroni (Eds.), PRIMA 2016: Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems: 19th International Conference, Phuket, Thailand, August 22-26, 2016, Proceedings. (409–410). Springer.

Geven S., Kalmijn M., & Tubergen F. van. 2016. The ethnic composition of schools and students’ problem behaviour: the role of friends. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42(9): 1473-1495.

Hanno, K., Smith, S., Tubergen F. van, & Maas I. 2016. From Neighbors to School Friends? How Adolescents' Place of Residence relates to same-ethnic School Friendships. Social Networks 44: 130-142.

Jansen, G., Sluiter R., & Akkerman, A. 2016. The Diffusion of Strikes. An Event-History Analysis of Economic Sectors in the Netherlands 1995-2007. American Journal of Sociology 121(6): 1885-1918.

Kleingeld, P. 2016. Kant on ‘Good’, the Good, and the Duty to Promote the Highest Good. In T. Höwing (Ed.), The highest good in Kant's philosophy (33-49). Berlin: De Gruyter.

Kleingeld, P. 2016. Kant's Moral and Political Cosmopolitanism. Philosophy Compass 11(1): 14-23.

Laborda-Pemán, M., & Moor, T. De. 2016. History and the commons: A necessary conversation. International Journal of the Commons 10(2): 517-528. 

Loo, H. M. van, Schoevers, R. A., Kendler, K. S., Jonge, P. de, & Romeijn, J. W. 2016. Psychiatric comorbidity does not only depend on diagnostic thresholds: an illustration with major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder. Depression and Anxiety 33(2): 143-152.

Malinowski M., & Zanden J. L. van. 2016. Income and its distribution in preindustrial Poland. Cliometrica 11(3): 375–404.

Maloku, E., Derks B., Laar C. van, & Ellemers, N. 2016. Building National Identity in Newborn Kosovo: Challenges of Integrating National Identity with Ethnic Identity Among Kosovar Albanians and Kosovar Serbs. In S. McKeown, R. Haji & N. Ferguson (Eds), Understanding Peace and Conflict Through Social Identity Theory (245-260). Cham: Springer.

Moor, T. De. 2016. Dare to dig! More history is needed to take historical demography a few steps further... In K. Matthys, S. Hin, J. Kok & H. Matsuo (Eds.), The future of historical demography: Upside down and inside out (16-18). Leuven: Acco.

Moor, T. De, Lana-Berasain, J. M., Laborda-Pemán, M., Weeren, R. van, & Winchester, A. 2016. Ruling the commons. Introducing a new methodology for the analysis of historical commons. International Journal of the Commons 10(2): 529-588.

Peeters, J., & Romeijn, J. W. 2016. Epistemic considerations about uncertainty and model selection in computational archaeology: A case study on exploratory modeling. In M. Brouwer Burg, H. Peeters & W. Lovis (Eds.), Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analysis in Archaeological Computational Modeling (37-58). Springer. Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology.

Pleijt, A. M. de, & Zanden, J. L. van. 2016. Accounting for the “Little Divergence”: What drove economic growth in pre-industrial Europe, 1300–1800? European Review of Economic History 20(4): 387-409.

Romeijn, J. W., Morey, R., & Rouder, J. N. 2016. The philosophy of Bayes’ factors and the quantification of statistical evidence. Journal of Mathematical Psychology 72: 6–18.

Sanne, S., McFarland D. A., Tubergen F. van, & Maas I. 2016. Ethnic Composition and Friendship Segregation: Differential Effects for Adolescent Natives and Immigrants. American Journal of Sociology 121(4): 1223-1272.

Scheepers, D. T., & Derks, B. 2016. Revisiting Social Identity Theory from a Neuroscience Perspective. Current Opinion in Psychology 11: 74-78.

Scheepers, P. L. H., Tobi, H., & Boeije, H. R. 2016. Onderzoeksmethoden (negende druk). Amsterdam: Boom.

Takács, K., Flache, A., & Maes, M. 2016. Discrepancy and Disliking Do Not Induce Negative Opinion Shifts. Plos one 11(6): e0157948.

Wenmackers, S., & Romeijn, J. W. 2016. New Theory about Old Evidence: A framework for open-minded Bayesianism. Synthese 193(4): 1225-1250.

Werff, E. van der, Perlaviciute, G., & Steg, L. 2016. Transition to smart grids: A psychological perspective. In A. Beaulieu, J. de Wilde & J. M. A. Scherpen (Eds.), Smart grids from a global perspective: Bridging old and new energy systems (43-62). Cham: Springer.

Zanden J. L. van. 2016. North-western Europe. In J. Baten (Ed.), A History of the Global Economy: 1500 to the Present (13-34). Cambridge University Press.