Evert Van de Vliert

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Data from 43 countries were used to examine the negative association between ambient temperature and economic prosperity during the 1965±1994 period from a cross-cultural perspective. Surprisingly, the inhabitants' overall level of cultural competitiveness does not a€ect economic growth. However, positive temperature±competitiveness and negative(More)
This introduction essay proposes a challenging program for researchers eager to explore factors and process mechanisms contributing to the benefits and costs individuals and groups incur from pursuing innovative approaches. With respect to individual innovation, such moderating factors might be found in the characteristics of the innovative idea, the(More)
Electronic Knowledge Repository (EKR) is one of the most commonly deployed knowledge management technologies, yet its success is hindered by employees’ underutilization and further complicated when implemented in the multinational context. To address these challenges, we propose a research model by conceptualizing employees’ knowledge seeking via EKR as a(More)
3 Electronic knowledge repository (EKR) is one of the most commonly deployed knowledge 4 management technologies, yet its success hinges upon employees’ continued use and is further 5 complicated in today’s multinational context. We integrate multiple theoretical linkages into a 6 research model, conceptualizing knowledge-seeking as an instrumental(More)
Contemporary systems of production, distribution, and retail provide many end-consumers, although certainly not all, with an unprecedentedly wide choice of cheap, high quality goods and services. Yet this bounty comes at ever higher, ultimately unsustainable environmental and social cost. Something must change but what and how? Simply how production,(More)
Electronic Knowledge Repository (EKR) is one of the most commonly deployed knowledge management technologies, yet its success is hindered by employees’ underutilization and further complicated when implemented in the multinational context. To address these challenges, we propose a research model by conceptualizing employees’ knowledge seeking via EKR as a(More)
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