• I Get By With a Little Help From My Supervisor: Creative-Idea Generation, Idea Implementation, and Perceived Supervisor Support 

      Skerlavaj, Miha; Černe, Matej; Dysvik, Anders (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2014)
      In two studies using both field (165 employees and their 24 direct supervisors from a manufacturing firm in Study 1) and experimental (123 second-year undergraduate student participants in lab Study 2) data, we explore how ...
    • I Want To Be Creative, But… Preference For Creativity, Perceived Clear Outcome Goals, Work Enjoyment, and Creative Performance 

      Aleksić, Darija; Černe, Matej; Dysvik, Anders; Škerlavaj, Miha (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      In today’s quickly changing work environment, many individuals want to be creative at their workplace, but only some of them succeed at manifesting these tendencies. In three studies, using both field and experimental data, ...
    • Ideas are feelings first: epiphanies in everyday workplace creativity 

      van Iterson, Ad; Clegg, Stewart R.; Carlsen, Arne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This paper contributes to the literature on workplace creativity by combining insights on epiphanies with theory on the embodied and relational nature of understanding. We explore and develop the concept of epiphany, defined ...
    • Identification of financial factors in economic fluctuations 

      Furlanetto, Francesco; Ravazzolo, Francesco; Sarferaz, Samad (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      We estimate demand, supply, monetary, investment and financial shocks in a VAR identified with a minimum set of sign restrictions on US data. We find that financial shocks are major drivers of fluctuations in output, stock ...
    • Identification of volatility proxies as expectations of squared financial returns 

      Sucarrat, Genaro (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Volatility proxies like realised volatility (RV) are extensively used to assess the forecasts of squared financial returns produced by volatility models. But are volatility proxies identified as expectations of the squared ...
    • Identity Leadership Going Global: Validation of the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) across 20 Countries 

      Van Dick, Rolf; Lemoine, Jérémy E; Steffens, Niklas K.; Kerschreiter, Rudolf; Akfirat, Serap Arslan; Avanzi, Lorenzo; Dumont, K; Epitropaki, Olga; Fransen, Katrien; Giessner, Steffen Robert; González, Roberto; Kark, Ronit; Lipponen, Jukka; Markovits, Yannis; Monzani, Lucas; Orosz, Gábor; Pandey, Diwakar; Roland-Levy, Christine; Schuh, Sebastian C; Sekiguchi, Tomoki; Song, Lynda Jiwen; Stouten, Jeroen; Tatachari, Srinivasan; Valdenegro, Daniel; van Bunderen, Lisanne; Voros, Viktor; Wong, Sut I; Zhang, Xin-an; Haslam, Alexander (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Recent theorizing applying the social identity approach to leadership proposes a four‐dimensional model of identity leadership that centres on leaders’ management of a shared sense of ‘we’ and ‘us’. This research validates ...
    • Identity, Threat Aversion, and Civil Servants' Policy Preferences: Evidence from in the European Parliament 

      Kuehnhanss, Colin; Murdoch, Zuzana; Geys, Benny; Heyndels, Bruno (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Distinct policy options are typically characterized by a number of advantages (or ‘opportunities’) and disadvantages (or ‘threats’). The preference for one option over another depends on how individuals within an organization ...
    • Ideology, personality disorders and the militant extremist mindset 

      Furnham, Adrian; Robinson, Charlotte (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      This study examined the relationship between demographic factors, intelligence, individual ideology (politics and religious beliefs), all the personality disorders (PDs) and the militant extremism mindset (MEM). Nearly 400 ...
    • Ignorance and Organization Studies 

      Bakken, Tore; Wiik, Eric Lawrence (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      The article discusses ignorance and organization studies, both as a topic of study and a basic problem of organization theory understood as design theory. How should we regard knowledge not yet known? Is the development ...
    • The Impact of Hard Discounter Presence on Store Satisfaction and Store Loyalty 

      Hunneman, Auke; Verhoef, Peter; Sloot, Laurens (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Hard discounters, such as Aldi and Lidl, have become more important in the last decade. Recent research suggests that the presence of a hard discounter (HD) decreases customers’ share of wallet. In this study, we aim to ...
    • The Impact of U.S. Supply Shocks on the Global Oil Price 

      Gundersen, Thomas Størdal (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      I examine the role of the U.S. shale oil boom in driving global oil prices. Using a structural vector autoregressive (SVAR) model that identifies separate oil supply shocks for the U.S. and OPEC, I find that U.S. supply ...
    • Implicit and Explicit Identification of Counterfeit Brand Logos based on Logotype Transposition 

      Pathak, Abhishek; Velasco, Carlos; Calvert, Gemma (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Purpose With trade amounting to more than US$400bn, counterfeiting is already affecting many successful brands. Often, consumers are deceived into buying fake products due to the visual similarity between fake and original ...
    • Impossible (food) experiences in extended reality 

      Velasco, Carlos; Barbosa Escobar, Francisco; Petit, Olivia; Wang, Qian Janice (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      We introduce a model to think about impossible experiences in mixed and virtual reality, while emphasizing the role of said experiences in the context of food. This reality-impossibility model includes two continua, namely, ...
    • Inclusive management in international organizations: How does it affect local and expatriate academics? 

      Jonasson, Charlotte; Lauring, Jakob; Guttormsen, David S. A. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Purpose: A growing number of academics relocate abroad to work as expatriates in the university sector. While this employee group seems to have a highly constructive influence on the performance of university organizations, ...
    • Increasing Or Diversifying Risk?Tail Correlations, Transmission Flows And Prices Across Wind Power Areas 

      Sucarrat, Genaro; Mauritzen, Johannes (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      As wind power costs have declined, capacity has grown quickly, often times in adjacent areas. Price and volatility risk from wind power's intermittency can be mitigated through geographic diversification and transmission. ...
    • Increasing project benefits by project opportunity exploitation 

      Eskerod, Pernille; Ang, Karyne; Andersen, Erling S. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Purpose: Exploitation of project opportunities may bring more benefits than stipulated in the initial business case, and even stakeholder benefits that nobody thought of at the project initiation. The purpose of this paper ...
    • Individual difference factors and beliefs in medical and political conspiracy theories 

      Galliford, Natasha; Furnham, Adrian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This study examined the relationship between a series of individual difference measures and belief in political and medical conspiracy theories. Participants (N=323) rated 20 conspiracy theories (10 medical, 10 political) ...
    • Individuell prestasjonsbasert belønning, motivasjon og prestasjoner 

      Kuvaas, Bård (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Det er i forskningsmessig sammenheng ikke mulig å si noe generelt og samtidig riktig om sammenhengen mellom belønninger og prestasjoner. Både teoretisk og empirisk er egenskaper ved ulike belønningsformer og arbeidsoppgavenes ...
    • Inequalities in Social Media Use and their Implications for Digital Methods Research 

      Lutz, Christoph (Chapter, 2022)
      Inequalities in social media have been investigated under the umbrella of a digital divide. Research has shown how inequalities based on social categories are perpetuated or even reinforced with digital technologies. ...
    • The Influence of Corporate Social Responsibility on Stakeholders in Different Business Contexts 

      Ghanbarpour, Tohid; Crosby, Lawrence; Johnson, Michael; Gustafsson, Anders (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
      The authors explore two important topics related to this special issue. One is how corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities impacts stakeholders, more specifically customers and shareholders/investors. Second is ...