Prof. Rob van Tulder

Rob van Tulder

Professor of International Business-Society Management
Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Profile

Rob van Tulder is a professor of International Business-Society Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).

Professor van Tulder has published extensively on topics of multinational enterprise strategies, high-tech industries, corporate social responsibility, issues management, skills, network strategies, smaller industrial countries (welfare states) and European Community/Union policies. He has received numerous accolades for his intellectual and societal contributions.

His latest books include ‘Getting all the motives Right’ (on driving international corporate responsibility to higher levels), ‘Managing the transition to a sustainable enterprise’ (also in Dutch), ‘Business and the Sustainable Development Goals’ (RSM series publication), “Corporate Responsibilities in Turbulent Times” (also in Chinese) and the third edition of the “Skill Sheets: An Integrated Approach to Research, Study and Management”.

Professor van Tulder is co-founder of RSM's Department of Business-Society Management, a world-leading department on the global issues surrounding sustainability. The department offers a highly successful master's specialising in sustainability.

He is founder and academic director of The Partnerships Resource Centre, an expert centre bringing together leading NGOs, firms and governments in the study and management of cross-sector partnerships for the social good. He supports the creation of other expert centres around the world that try to help companies improve their sustainability strategy together with other societal stakeholders. His recent initiative has been the creation – together with the University of the Philippines – of an expert centre around ‘inclusive value chains’ (the C4C centre in Manila).

Professor van Tulder consults for international organisations, ministries and companies. He teaches executive courses for managers and academics on international strategic management and has been a visiting professor at several international universities.

Professional experience

Full Professor

Erasmus University Rotterdam
RSM - Rotterdam School of Management
Department of Business-Society Management

Publications

Professional Publications (106)

  • K.E.H. Maas, C. Relou, T. Sadiq, R. Van Tulder & M. Hillen (2018). Sociaal Ondernemen. Van Ambitie naar meervoudig rendement. Assen: Koninklijke Van Gorcum
  • R.J.M. van Tulder & B. collective (2018). Mainstreaming Sustainable Business. 20 years department of B-SM, 20 years impact. The Hague: SMO Books
  • R. Van Tulder & r. van asperen (2017). Wicked Problems Plaza. Principles and Practices for Effective Stakeholder Dialogue. Rotterdam: RSM: Partnerships Resource Centre
  • R. Van Tulder (2016). Solving wicked problems through partnerships. RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 28 (4), 5-7.
  • R. Van Tulder (2016). Cross-sector partnerships key to sustainable development. RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 26 (2), 5-7.
  • R. Van Tulder, N. Keen & A. Gossens (2014). the people's perspective: making communities a success factor for partnerships. (Extern rapport). rotterdam: partnerships resource centre
  • N. Keen & R. Van Tulder (2014). the applicant's perspective: two ppp facilities - survey results. rotterdam: partnerships resource centre
  • R. Van Tulder (2014). the committee's perspective: managing two innovative PPP facilities. rottedam: partnerships resource centre
  • M.H. van Dijke, S.R. Giessner, R. Van Tulder & R.I. Gilbert (2014). What value ethical leadership? RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 18 (2), 8-11.
  • R. Van Tulder (2013). Chains for Change – managing value chains for inclusive growth (application of general C4C project to 2SCALE frames). Fourth Max Havelaar lecture, Lecture series research in management: Erasmus University Rotterdam.
  • R. Van Tulder (2013). Setting up two innovative PPP facilities, official evaluation report for the ministry of Foreign Affairs on the FDW and FDOV facilities.
  • R. Van Tulder & I.M.M. Stöteler (2013). Cross-sector partnership formation: how to set up partnerships. (Extern rapport). : RSM: Partnerships Resource Centre
  • R. Van Tulder, A. Hoekstra & M. De Wal (2012). State of partnerships Report 2011. Dutch development NGOs facing the partnering challenge. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: RSM:Partnership Resource Centre
  • R. Van Tulder & A. da Rosa (2012). Inclusive business through partnerships, Busan: position paper for Dutch government in Busan conference. (Extern rapport). busan: ministry of foreign affairs/partnerships resource centre
  • R. Van Tulder (2012). Fairtrade and climate change. (ERIM Lecture Series in Management, no 5). Rotterdam: ERIM
  • R. Van Tulder & K. Rijken (2012). Foresight in Partnering. rotterdam: partnerships resource centre
  • F.H. Wijen & R. Van Tulder (2011). International Regulatory Turbulence: Strategies for Success. RSM Insight, 8 (4), 4-6.
  • S.M. Pfisterer, J. Fraats & R. Van Tulder (2011). Moving the transparency wheel for development effectiveness in Colombia. (Extern rapport). : Rotterdam School of Management
  • R. Van Tulder (2010). The Collaborative Paradigm:Dealing with the Increasing Role of Partnerships in Sustainable Development. (Preprints, Working Paper Series). Rotterdam: The Partnerships Resource Centre
  • R. Van Tulder (2010). Partnering Skills.The Basic Philosophy. (Preprints, Working Paper Series). Rotterdam: The Partnerships Resource Centre
  • R. Van Tulder (2010). Leadership in times of crisis: New demands for leaders. RSM Insight, 3 (2), 4-6.
  • R. Van Tulder, F.N. Fortanier & A. da Rosa (2010). Linking Inclusive Business Models and Inclusive Growth.Cross-Sector Partnerships in Poverty Alleviation Strategies of Multinational Enterprises. (Preprints, Working Paper Series). Rotterdam: The Partnerships Resource Centre
  • R. Van Tulder & S. Vellema (2009). Buitenlandse investeringen en landbouwontwikkeling. In ESB dossier (pp. 31-35)
  • F.N. Fortanier & R. Van Tulder (2009). Corporate social responsibility 2009: Building blocks, Employee perspectives, Management messages. Krauthammer International .
  • M. Kaptein & R. Van Tulder (2007, augustus 8). Maatschappelijk ondernemen zet door. Het Financiële Dagblad
  • R. Van Tulder & E. Kostwinder (2007). From Idea to Partnership: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Development Partnerships [as initiated by DGIS’ Call for Ideas in 2003]. (Extern rapport, Expert Center for Sustainable Business & Development Cooperation). Den Haag: Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken/ DGIS
  • M. Kaptein, L. Kooning, R. Van Tulder & L.M. van Vliet (2007). Report on European CSR Survey. (Intern rapport). onbekend: Rotterdam School of Management
  • R. Van Tulder (2006). International Responsibility Codes. In M.J. Epstein & K.O. Hanson (Eds.), The accountable corporation 3 (pp. 147-174). Westport: Praeger
  • R. Van Tulder & E. Kostwinder (2006). DGIS en Publiek-Private Partnerschappen. Eerste evaluatie van de Call for Proposals 2003/2004. (Extern rapport). Den Haag: ministerie van buitenlandse zaken/DGIS
  • A.R. Muller & R. Van Tulder (2006). Partnerships, Power and Equity In Global Commodity Chains: A ‘Rough Guide to Partnerships for Development[also available in Chinese]. (Extern rapport). Utrecht: ECSAD / ICCO
  • A.R. Muller & R. Van Tulder (2005). The Search for Synergy between Institutions and Multinationals: Institutional Uncertainty and Patterns of Internationalization. (Extern rapport, ERIM Report Series). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • R. Van Tulder, M. Kaptein, J. van Mill, R. Schilpzand & S. van der Pijll (2004). De Strategische stakeholderdialoog. Ook voor overheden een effectief instrument. In Management in Overheidsorganisaties (pp. A4120-1-A4120-18). Deventer: Kluwer
  • A.R. Muller, D. Frans & R. Van Tulder (2004). Assesing the Development Squeeze: Income loss to Less Developed Countries as a Result of Tax Incentives, Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance. (Extern rapport). Den Haag: Dutch Directorate of Development Cooperation
  • A.M.H. Slager, D.M.N. van Wensveen & R. Van Tulder (2004). Jachtseizoen Banken weer geopend: Internationalisatie weer volop in de belangstelling. Bank- en Effectenbedrijf, 53 (6), 24-25.
  • A. Mulder & R.J.M. van Tulder (2004). PPPs: Beneficial to whom? European Business Forum, 18 , 24-26. [go to publisher's site]
  • R. Van Tulder (2003). Voorbij de globaliseringsgedachte. In H. Welters & P. de Langen (Eds.), Het onzekere voor het zekere nemen! Een visie vanuit de wetenschap op de ontwikeling van het haven- en industriecomplex Rotterdam op de lange termijn (pp. 96-100). Rotterdam: Reed Business Information Transport
  • A. van der Zwart & R. Van Tulder (2003). Last Words: Goede Reputaties. P+ PeoplePlanetProfit, magazine, 2003 (voorjaar), 82-82.
  • R. Van Tulder & A. van der Zwart (2003). Verantwoord Ondernemen in een Onderhandelingssamenleving. Manager en Literatuur, 9 (April), 8-9.
  • A. Kolk & R. Van Tulder (2002). International Codes of Conduct: Trends, Sectors, Issues and Effectiveness. Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Department of Business-Society Management
  • M. Kaptein & R. Van Tulder (2002, augustus 12). Strategische stakeholderdialoog als lakmoesproef duurzaam ondernemen. Het Financiële Dagblad
  • M.J. Mol, P.R. Beije & R. Van Tulder (2002). Global sourcing: zeker geen haarlemmerolie. Tijdschrift voor Inkoop en Logistiek, 4 , 16-18.
  • M.J. Mol, P.R. Beije & R. Van Tulder (2002). Wanneer leveren uitbestedingsrelaties iets op? Tijdschrift voor Inkoop en Logistiek, 1 (2), 38-40.
  • A. Kolk & R. Van Tulder (2002). Codes voor kinderarbeid. De effectiviteit van zelfregulering: gedragscodes van ondernemingen en kinderarbeid. Tijdschrift voor Strategische Bedrijfscommunicatie, 8 (4), 4-21.
  • R. Van Tulder (2002). The power of core companies. European Business Forum, 10 (summer), 9-11.
  • A. Kolk & R. Van Tulder (2002). The effectiveness of self-regulation: corporate codes of conduct and child labour. European Management Journal, 20 (3), 260-271.
  • M.J. Mol & R. Van Tulder (2002). Global sourcing: solution in search of a problem? European Business Forum, 9 (spring), 60-64.
  • R. Van Tulder & M. Kaptein (2002). Principes. Verantwoording en dialoog in Opkomst: over Bedrijfsethiek en duurzaam ondernemen als stragegische uitdagingen. Interface, 19 (1), 44-46.
  • C. van Lamoen & R. Van Tulder (2001). Accepteren, aanmodderen of afwijzen. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 86 (4337), 932-934.
  • R. Van Tulder (2001). Internationale rivaliteit en technologie: als reuzen op een niet erg vlak speelveld spelen. Internationale Spectator, 55 (2), 70-73.
  • A. Kolk, R. Van Tulder & I. Sloekers (2001). Werken gedragscodes kinderarbeid? Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 86 (4295), 160-163.
  • M.J. Mol, R. Van Tulder & P.R. Beije (2001). Uitbestedingsrelaties: Hoe leveren ze iets op? Tijdschrift voor Inkoop en Logistiek .
  • R. Van Tulder (2000). Wat, als... Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 85 (4285), 991-991.
  • R. Van Tulder (2000). Waarde(n)vol ondernemen. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 85 (4288), D16-D19.
  • R. Van Tulder (1999). The boundaries of redrawing organizations. In R.J.M van Tulder (Ed.), Papers presented at: Syllabus SVIIB Congres, Management week - Redrawing Organizational Boundaries (pp. 1-37). Rotterdam: Sviib/BSM Publications
  • R. Van Tulder (1999). Investeringen en Ontwikkeling. Economisch-Statistische Berichten , 787-787.
  • R. Van Tulder & R.V. Goedegebuure (1999). Nederland Exportland: Dossier, economie en infrastructuur. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 84 (4217), d29-d32.
  • R. Van Tulder (1998). Ik heb geen oplossing, maar ik bewonder het probleem...... Een bedrijfskundig boekje over problemen en oplossingen. Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculteit Bedrijfskunde
  • R. Van Tulder, A. Sari & G. Embrechts (1998). Een Toekomststudie naar de Ontwikkeling van Buitenlandse Directe Investeringen. (Extern rapport). ?: Netherlands Foreign investment Agency
  • R. Van Tulder (1997). Skill Sheets (loose-leaf system, 4th completely revised edition). Den Haag: Delwel Publishers
  • R. Van Tulder (1997). Grote ondernemingen ontwijken mededingingsbeleid. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 82 (4123), 760-763.
  • W.J.J. Bijman, R. Van Tulder & L.M. van Vliet (1997). Agribusiness, R&D en internationalisatie: Internationaliseringsstrategieën van agro-ondernemingen en de betekenis voor het eigen kennismanagement. (Extern rapport, NRLO-rapport, no 97/12). Den Haag: Nationale Raad voor Landbouwkundig Onderzoek
  • R. Van Tulder (1997). Skill sheets: towards a professionalisation of teachers and students. In A.J. Kallenberg & W.A. van den Brink (Eds.), Succesvol studeren. Proceedings Landelijke dag studievaardigheden 1996 . Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
  • R. Van Tulder (1997). Skill Sheets (loose-leaf system). Den Haag: Delwel Publishers
  • R. Van Tulder & W.M. Ruigrok (1996). The Nature of Institutional Change: Managing Rival Dependencies. (Intern rapport, Management Report, no 292). : .
  • R. Van Tulder (1996). ERASM research project Internationalisation and Competitive Space #1. (Intern rapport, Management Report, no 289). :
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1996, januari 5). Why nationality is still important. Financial Times
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1995). Laten we 'globalisering' voorlopig maar vergeten. NRC Handelsblad , 11-11.
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1995). Misverstand: Globalisering. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 80 (4038), 1140-1143.
  • R. Van Tulder & R.W. Wagenaar (1995). Conclusie: over problemen en oplossingen. In R.J.M. van Tulder & R.W. Wagenaar (Eds.), Omgaan met dilemma's: zeven cases in strategie en informatie technologie in Mainport Rotterdam (pp. 181-201). Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen
  • R. Van Tulder & R.W. Wagenaar (1995). Wat bepaalt het succes van informatietechnologie en telecommunicatie(IT). In R.J.M. van Tulder & R.W. Wagenaar (Eds.), Omgaan met dilemma's: zeven cases in strategie en informatie technologie in Mainport Rotterdam (pp. 3-31). Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen
  • R. Van Tulder & R.W. Wagenaar (Ed.). (1995). Omgaan met dilemma's. Zeven cases in strategie en informatie technologie in Mainport Rotterdam. Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen
  • R. Van Tulder, E. Eskes & K.F. van Joost (1995). Informatie Technologie als marketing instrument: electronisch sparen bij Q8. In R.J.M. van Tulder & R. Wagenaar (Eds.), Omgaan met dilemma's: zeven cases in strategie en informatie technologie in Mainport Rotterdam (pp. 161-177). Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen
  • R. Van Tulder (1995). Ten geleide. In R.J.M. van Tulder & R. Wagenaar (Eds.), Omgaan met dilemma's: zeven cases in strategie en informatie technologie in Mainport Rotterdam (pp. xi-xiii). Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen
  • A.W.M. Smeulders & R. Van Tulder (1995). De complexiteit van 'Cim'plisme: Business Processes Integration bij Van den Bergh & Jurgens Margarinefabriek. De Van Den Bergh case. In R.J.M. van Tulder & R.W. Wagenaar (Eds.), Omgaan met dilemma's: zeven cases in strategie en informatie technologie in Mainport Rotterdam (pp. 131-159). Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1994). Strategie en implementatie - Industriële netwerken als determinant van internationaliseringsstrategieën. Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie, 17 (3), 125-158.
  • R. Van Tulder (1994). De Franse school. Dl. 1. Institut Français des Relations Internationales. Dl. 2. Ecole de la Regulation. Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie, 17 (3), 196-200.
  • R. Van Tulder (1994). Nederlandse auteurs over strategisch management. Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie, 17 (3), 192-195.
  • R. Van Tulder & H. Schenk (1994). Strategisch management: modeverschijnsel of blijvertje. Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie, 17 (3), 3-7.
  • U. Hodges & R. Van Tulder (1994). The Chemistry of Dependence: Cars, Chemicals and technological Change in the USA, Germany and Japan. The Berkeley Round Table on the International Economy. (Extern rapport). California: University of California/BRIE (The Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy)
  • R. Van Tulder (1994). Nieuwe bladen. Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie, 17 (3), 200-203.
  • R. Van Tulder & W.M. Ruigrok (1993). Over ideologie en interdependentie: een zoektocht naar de logica achter economische en politieke verandering. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 140). :
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1993). Ondernemingsstrategie en handelsbeleid in de auto-industrie. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 78 (3938), 1072-1077.
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1993). Stokkend industriebeleid. De Helling, 6 (4), 40-45.
  • R. Van Tulder, P. Harteveld & R. Lacroix (Ed.). (1993). Toyotisme in Nederland: implementatie van Japanse managementtechnieken in Nederlandse ondernemingen. Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit, Faculteit Bedrijfskunde
  • R. Van Tulder (1993). Toyotisme en management van afhankelijkheden. In R.J.M. van Tulder, P. Harteveld & R. Lacroix (Eds.), Toyotisme in Nederland; Implementatie van Japanse Managementtechnieken in Nederlandse Ondernemingen (pp. 9-35). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1992). Toyotisme' en de crisis in de sociaal-democratie. Socialisme en Democratie, 49 (2), 68-75.
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1992). Belang Nederlands industrie verdient permanente discussie. NRC Handelsblad, 9 (16 November 1992).
  • R. Van Tulder (1992). The Misleading Notion of a Meta-paradigm Shift. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 116). :
  • R. Van Tulder (1992). Restructuring Strategies of Industrial Firms: Cooperation or Conflict? (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 115). :
  • R. Van Tulder (1991). R&D in Middenmoot. Ingenieurskrant, 19 (5 September 1991), 5-5.
  • R. Van Tulder (1991). Manager kiest verkeerd. Ingenieurskrant, 17-18 (22 Augustus 1991), 5-5.
  • R. Van Tulder (1991). Wankele kracht van Nederlandse industrie. Ingenieurskrant, 1 (10 January 1991), 19-19.
  • R. Van Tulder (1991). Tips: corporatisme/herstrukturering/wereld automobielindustrie. Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie, 14 (1/2).
  • R. Van Tulder (1991). De economische geografie van bedrijven. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 76 (3824), 894-895.
  • R. Van Tulder & W.M. Ruigrok (1991). Globalisering: ideologie of strategie? Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 76 (3839), 1257-1261.
  • R. Van Tulder (1991). Dat verdraaide concurrentievermogen. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 76 (3834), 1141-1144.
  • R. Van Tulder (1991). Europa en multinationale ondernemingen [Bespreking van het boek Multinationals and Europe, Strategies for the Future ]. .
  • R. Van Tulder (1990). Breedband wacht op investeerders. Ingenieurskrant, 25 (29 November 1990), 39-39.
  • R. Van Tulder (1990). Chipproject staat los van industriele cultuur: Druk op JESSI groeit met de dag. Ingenieurskrant, 14 (12 July 1990), 15-15.
  • R. Van Tulder (1990). Meer LAT-relaties in het bedrijfsleven. Ingenieurskrant, 10 (17 May 1990), 25-25.
  • R. Van Tulder (1990). Stratego in de telecommunicatie. Ingenieurskrant, 6 (22 March 1990).
  • R. Van Tulder (1990). De internationale technologie inzet: veranderingen in de internationale arbeidsverdeling en in de handels- en transportstromen. In W.J. Stam (Ed.), De internationale concurrentiepositie van de Randstad (Technisch-Bestuurskundige Verkenningen, 9) (pp. 7-25). Delft: Delftse Universitaire Pers
  • R. Van Tulder (1990). Verre Oosten top in creativiteit. Ingenieurskrant, 9 (3 May 1990).
  • R. Van Tulder (1990). Herstructureringsbeleid: naar een brede invulling van smalle marges. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 4-4-1990 , 324-327.
  • R. Van Tulder (1990). Dutch Dilemmas: The Netherlands and European Technology Programmes. International Spectator, 44 (11), 671-678.
  • R. Van Tulder (1990). Europese illusies in electronica. Ingenieurskrant, 16 (September 1990).

Scholarly Publications (170)

  • R.J.M. van Tulder, A. Verbeke & L. Piscitello (2019). International Business in the Information and Digital Age - an overview of themes and challenges. In International Business in the Information and Digital Age Vol: 13 (pp. 1-14). Bingley: Emerald
  • A.A. Lashitew, R. Van Tulder & Y. Liasse (2019). Mobile Phones for Financial Inclusion: What Explains the Diffusion of Mobile Money Innovations? Research Policy, 48 (5), 1201-1215. doi: 10.1016/j.respol.2018.12.010
  • R. Van Tulder & T. Kahlen (2019). Creating a better Fit: a Scoping Role for Partnership Brokers. In Leda Stott (Ed.), Shaping Sustainable Change: The role of partnership brokering in optimising collaborative action (pp. 35-50). Austin: Greenleaf
  • R. Van Tulder & L. Lucht (2019). Reversing materiality – from a reactive matrix to a proactive SDG agenda. In N Bocken, P Ritala, L Albareda & R Verburg (Eds.), Innovation for Sustainability: Business transformations towards a better world (pp. 271-289). Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan
  • J.L.D. Capacio, E.S. De Dios & R. Van Tulder (2019). Breaking barriers in agriculture financing: Enhancing the inclusiveness and sustainability of agriculture value chains.
  • R. Van Tulder & M. Roman (2019). Re-assessing Risk – the increasing relevance of sustainability risk. In C Leonidas, S Constantine, S Samiee & C.N. Leonidou (Eds.), Socially-responsible international business: Critical issues and the way forward . Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • K. Maas, C. Relou, M.T.A. Sadiq, M. Hillen & R. Van Tulder (2019). Sociaal Ondernemen. Van Ambitie naar meervoudig rendement. Assen: Van Gorcum
  • R. Van Tulder (2019). Skill Sheets: an integrated approach to research, study and management. 3rd (completely revised) edition. Amsterdam: Pearson International
  • R. Van Tulder (2019). Getting all the Motives Right: driving ICR to the next level. The Hague: SMO Books
  • I. Susha, A. Gronlund & R. Van Tulder (2019). Data Driven Social Partnerships: A Systematic Knowledge Review of Main Achievements and Challenges. Government Information Quarterly, 36 (1), 112-128. doi: 10.1016/j.giq.2018.11.002
  • A.A. Lashitew & R. Van Tulder (2019). The Limits of Embeddedness as a Strategy for Social Value Creation. Critical Perspectives on International Business, accepted . doi: 10.1108/cpoib-02-2018-0021
  • A.A. Lashitew, L. Bals & R. Van Tulder (2019). Inclusive Business at the Base of the Pyramid: The Role of Embeddedness for Enabling Social Innovations. Journal of Business Ethics, Accepted . doi: 10.1007/s10551-018-3995-y
  • R.J.M. van Tulder, A. Verbeke & L. Piscitello (Ed.). (2019). International Business in the Information and Digital Age Vol: 13. (Progress in International Business Research). Bingley: Emerald
  • R. Van Tulder & J. Van Zanten (2018). “MNEs and the Sustainable Development Goals: what do first steps reveal?”. In Columbia FDI Perspectives
  • R. Van Tulder (2018). Bottoms up? OECD Guidelines and the race to the bottom or to the top. In OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises: a Glass Half Full - A Liber Amicorum for Dr. Roel Nieuwenkamp, Chair of the OECD Working Party on Responsible Business Conduct 2013-2018 (pp. 135-142). Paris: OECD
  • R. Van Tulder & J. Van Zanten (2018). The sustainable development goals – evidence from early adopters. In Columbia FDI Perspectives (227). Columbia: Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment
  • A. Verbeke, R. Van Tulder & J. Puck (2018). Distance in International business studies – an introduction. In Distance in International Business: Concept, Cost and Value (pp. 17-45). Bingley: Emerald
  • A. Verbeke, J. Puck & R. Van Tulder (2018). Distance in International Business: Concept, Cost and Value. In Distance in International Business: Concept, Cost and Value - Progress in International Business research (Progress in International Business research, 12). Bingley: Emerald
  • R. Van Tulder (2018). Business & The SDGs - A Framework for effective corporate involvement. (Series on Positive Change). Rotterdam: Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University [go to publisher's site]
  • A. Verbeke, J. Puck & R. Van Tulder (2018). Distance in International Business: Concept, Cost and Value (Progress in International Business Research, Volume 12). Bingley: Emerald
  • J. Van Zanten & R. Van Tulder (2018). Multinational Enterprises and the Sustainable Development goals: an institutional approach to corporate engagement. Journal of International Business Policy, 1 (3-4), 208-233. doi: 10.1057/s42214-018-0008-x
  • M. Jansen, R. Van Tulder & R. Afrianto (2018). Exploring the conditions for inclusive port development: the case of Indonesia. Maritime Policy and Management, 45 (7), 924-943. doi: 10.1080/03088839.2018.1472824
  • R. Van Tulder & N. Keen (2018). Capturing Collaborative Complexities – designing complexity sensitive theories of change for transformational partnerships. Journal of Business Ethics, 150 (2), 315-332. doi: 10.1007/s10551-018-3857-7
  • R. Van Tulder & T. Dietz (2017). een pleidooi voor duurzame diplomatie. Working Paper 136 / 2017; PrC Working Paper/2017: Leiden, Rotterdam. [go to publisher's site]
  • R. Van Tulder & T. Dietz (2017). Van Economische naar Duurzame Diplomatie. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 102 (4748), 168-171.
  • A.A. Lashitew & R. Van Tulder (2017). Inclusive Business in Africa: Priorities, Strategies and Challenges. In A Akinyoade & T Dietz (Eds.), Entrepreneurship in Africa (pp. 71-94). Leiden: Koninklijke Brill, African Studies Centre
  • R. Van Tulder & a. van lakerveld (2017). Managing the transition to sustainable supply chain management practices: Evidence from Dutch leader firms in Sub-Saharan Africa. Review of Social Economy, 7 , 1-25. doi: 10.1080/00346764.2017.1286033
  • R. Van Tulder, A. Verbeke, J. Carneiro & M.A. Gonzalez-Perez (2017). The Challenge of BRIC Multinationals. (progress in international business research, 11). Bingley: Emerald
  • R. Van Tulder (2017). Duurzame diplomatie in een wankelende wereldorde. Internationale Spectator, 70 (5), 1-5.
  • R. Van Tulder, J. Carneiro & M. Gonzalez (2017). what makes BRIC Multinationals special? In Van Tulder et al. (Ed.), The Challenge of BRIC Multinationals (PIBR, 11) (pp. 41-61). Bingley: Emerald
  • L. Kano, A. Verbeke & R. Van Tulder (2017). Third world multinationals - then and now. In r. Van Tulder, Verbeke, Carneiro and Gonzalez, a. Verbeke, j. Carneiro & m. Gonzalez (Eds.), The Challenge of BRIC Multinationsl (pibr, 11) (pp. 17-41). bingley: emerald
  • M. Boersma-De Jong, R.A. Benedictus, L. Rutkens-Oudman & R. Van Tulder (2017). Control in tijden van maatschappelijke complexiteit. MAB, 91 (09), 308-314.
  • R. Van Tulder & L. Lucht (2016). reversing materiality- sdgs as a source for strategic alignment and regaining trust. In rsm (Ed.), the dawn of a new era? (max havelaar lectures, 2015) (pp. 45-69) rotterdam: erim
  • R. Van Tulder, M. Seitanidi, A.W. Crane & S. Brammer (2016). Enhancing the impact of cross-sector partnerships. Four impact loops for channelling partnership studies. Journal of Business Ethics, 135 (1), 1-17. doi: 10.1007/s10551-015-2756-4
  • R. Van Tulder (2015). Getting all the motives right. A holistic aproach to internationalization motives of companies. The Multinational Business Review, 23 (1), 36-56. doi: 10.1108/MBR-12-2014-0068
  • R. Van Tulder, A. Verbeke & R. Drogendijk (2015). The Future of Organizing (PIBR, 10). Bingham: Emerald
  • P. Konijn & R. Van Tulder (2015). Resources-for-infrastructure (R4I) Swaps: A new model for successful internationalisation strategies of Rising power firms? Critical Perspectives on International Business, 11 (3/4), 1-36.
  • R. Drogendijk, R. Van Tulder & A. Verbeke (2015). Three Organizational Challenges for Multinational Enterprises. In The Future of Global Organizing (PIBR, 10) (pp. 3-23). Bingham: Emerald
  • R. Van Tulder & R. Van Asperen (2015). Generation Y challenges you! Are young sustainable entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs going to make a difference? Seventh Max Havelaar lecture; Lecture series research in management, 80 pp.: Rotterdam.
  • R. Van Tulder & T. Muuse (2015). do generations matter. In rsm (Ed.), generation Y challenges you (max havelaar lectures, 2014) (pp. 11-34). rotterdam: ERIM
  • R. Van Tulder, R. van Tilburg, M. Francken & A. da Rosa (2014). Managing the Transition to a sustainable Enterprise. Lessons from Frontrunner Companies. London: Earthscan/Routlege
  • R. Van Tulder, A. Verbeke & R. Strange (2014). International Business and Sustainable Development (Progress in International Business Research volume 8). Bingley: Emerald
  • A. Verbeke, R. Van Tulder & S. Lundan (2014). Multinational Enterprises, Markets and Institutional Diversity (progress in international business research, 9). Bingley: Emerald
  • R. Van Tulder & S. Pfisterer (2014). Creating Partnering Space: Exploring the right fit for sustainable development partnerships. In M. Seitanidi & A. Crane (Eds.), Social Partnerships and Responsible Business: A Research Handbook (pp. 105-124). London: Routledge
  • R. Van Tulder, A. Verbeke & R. Strange (2014). Taking Stock of Complexity: in Search of New Pathways to Sustainable Development. In International business and sustainable development (Progress in international business research, 8) (pp. 1-20). Bingley: Emerald
  • A. Verbeke, R. Van Tulder & S. Lundan (2014). international business theory and institutional diversity. In multinational enterprises, markets and institutional diversity (progress in international business research, 9) (pp. 1-15). bingley: emerald
  • R. Van Tulder & J. Post (2014). the untapped potential of fair trade. In managing the transition to a truly value-creating economy (erim lecture series research in management, 6) (pp. 11-27). rotterdam: erim
  • R. Van Tulder & A. da Rosa (2014). Multinationals and small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs): a linkages perspective on inclusive development strategies. In International Business and Sustainable Development (pp. 203-227). United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
  • S.M. Pfisterer & R. Van Tulder (2014). Creating partnering space: exploring the right fit for sustainable development partnerships. In M. M. Seitanidi and A. Crane (Ed.), Social Partnerships and Responsible Business. A research handbook (pp. 105-124). Oxon: Routledge
  • R. Van Tulder (2014). Skill Sheets - how hearts, heads and hands can work together. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Education of the Heart Symposium
  • J.M. Bos, V. Blok & R. Van Tulder (2013). From Confrontation to Partnerships: The Role of a Dutch Non-Governmental Organization in Co-Creating a Market to Address the Issue of Animal Welfare. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 16 (A), 69-75.
  • M. Pascual Sanz, S. Veenstra, U. Wehn de Montalvo, R. Van Tulder & G. Alaerts (2013). What counts as 'results' in capacity development partnerships between water operators?A multi-path approach toward accountability,adaptation and learning. Water Policy, 15 , 242-266.
  • M. Lem, R. Van Tulder & K. Geleynse (2013). Doing Business in Africa. A strategic Guide for Entrepreneurs. The Hague: Netherlands Africa Business Council
  • V.M. Immink, M.J. Reinders, R. Van Tulder & J.C.M. van Trijp (2013). The livestock sector and its stakeholders in the search to meet the animal welfare requirements of society. Journal on Chain and Network Science, 13 , 151-160.
  • A. Verbeke, R. Van Tulder & L. Voinea (2012). New Policy Challenges for European Multinationals: A Resource Bundling Perspective. In R.J.M Tulder, A. Verbeke & L. Voinea (Eds.), New Policy Challenges for European Multinationals (Progress In International Business Research, Volume 7) (pp. 1-27). Emerald Group Publishing Limited
  • Romy Kraemer & R. Van Tulder (2012). A license to operate for the extractive industries? Operationalizing stakeholder thinking in international business. In A. Lindgreen (Ed.), A stakeholder approach to corporate social responsibility (pp. 97-120). Surrey: Gower Publishing Ltd.
  • R. Van Tulder & A. da Rosa (2012). The Role of Cross Sector Partnership Portfolios in the Inclusive Business Strategies of Multinational Enterprises. In R.J.M Tulder, A. Verbeke & L. Voinea (Eds.), New Policy Challenges for European Multinationals (Progress In International Business Research, Volume 7) (pp. 153-181). Emerald Group Publishing Limited
  • R. Van Tulder (2012). Corporate Responsibilities in Turbulent times: Cases and Tool Book. Beijing: China Economic Publishing House
  • R. Van Tulder, A. Verbeke & L. Voinea (2012). New Policy Challenges for European Multinationals (Progress In International Business Research, Volume 7). Bingley,United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
  • R. van Tilburg, R. Van Tulder, M. Francken & A. da Rosa (2012). Duurzaam ondernemen waarmaken.Het bedrijfskundig perspectief. Assen: Koninklijke Van Gorcum
  • R. Van Tulder (2012). Skill Sheets. An Integrated Approach to Research,Study and Management [2nd edition]. Amsterdam: Pearson Benelux
  • R. Van Tulder & A. da Rosa (2011). Inclusive Business Through Partnerships. (Preprints, Working Paper Series). Rotterdam: The Partnerships Resource Centre
  • R. Van Tulder (2011). Crisis ... what crisis? (revisited) : exploring multinational enterprises' responsiveness to the financial crisis. In D.H Claes & C.H Knutsen (Eds.), Governing the global economy : politics, institutions, and economic development (Warwick Studies in Globalisation) (pp. 247-276). London: Routledge
  • A. Verbeke, A.T. Tavares Lehmann & R. Van Tulder (2011). Entrepreneurship in the Global Firm. Bingley,United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
  • R. Van Tulder (2011). Fairtrade and climate change. (Extern rapport, ERIM lecture series in management, no 5). Rotterdam: ERIM
  • F.H. Wijen & R. Van Tulder (2011). Integrating environmental and international strategies in a world of regulatory turbulence. California Management Review, 53 (4), 23-46. doi: 10.1525/cmr.2011.53.4.23
  • G.H.M. Gijsbers & R. Van Tulder (2011). New Asian Challenges: Missing Linkages in Asian Agricultural Innovation and the Role of Public Research Organisations in Four Small- and Medium-Sized Asian Countries. Science, Technology and Society, 16 (1), 29-51. doi: 10.1177/097172181001600103
  • M.P. Van Dijk, S.M. Pfisterer & R. Van Tulder (2011). Flower Partnerships in Africa. In Kwartaalschrift Economie: tijdschrift voor algemeen en bedrijfseconomische vraagstukken
  • R. Van Tulder & A. da Rosa (2011). The State of Partnership Report 2010. How the world’s leading corporations are building up a portfolio of partnerships. (Extern rapport, PrC). Rotterdam: RSM:Partnership Resource Centre
  • R. Van Tulder (2010). The Past, Present and Future of Managing Distance: Stakeholders and Development. In T. Devinney, T. Pedersen & L. Tihanyi (Eds.), The Past, Present and Future of International Business & Managemetn (pp. 137-169). Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
  • R. Van Tulder (2010). Toward a Renewed Stages Theory for BRIC Multinational Enterprises? A Home Country Bargaining Approach. In K. Sauvant, G. McAllister & W. Maschek (Eds.), Foreign Direct Investments from Emerging Markets (pp. 61-75). New York: Palgrave Macmillan
  • R. Van Tulder (2010). With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility. (Extern rapport, lecture series research in managemnt, no 4). Rotterdam: erim
  • A. Kolk & R. Van Tulder (2010). International business, corporate responsibility and sustainable development. International Business Review, 19 (2), 119-125. doi: 10.1016/j.ibusrev.2009.12.003
  • M.P. van Dijk, S. Pfisterer & R. Van Tulder (2010). Publiek-private partnerschappen voor duurzame ontwikkeling: lessen uit de Oost-Afrikaanse tuinbouwsector van een vernieuwde Nederlandse aanpak. Kwartaalschrift Economie, 7 (3), 381-393.
  • R. Van Tulder (2010). Corporate Responsibilities in Turbulent Times. Challenges for the 21st century. Beijing: China Economic Publishing House
  • R. Van Tulder (2010). Transnational Corporations and Poverty Reduction: Strategic and Regional Variations. In J.C. Marques & P. Utting (Eds.), Corporate Social Responsibility and Regulatory Governance (pp. 151-180). UK: Palgrave Macmilland and UNRISD
  • R. Van Tulder, J.C.A.C. van Wijk & A. Kolk (2009). From chain liability to chain responsibility. MNE approaches to implement safety and health codes in international supply chains. Journal of Business Ethics, 85 (suppl.2), 399-412. doi: 10.1007/s10551-008-9742-z
  • R. Van Tulder & F.N. Fortanier (2009). Business and Sustainable Development: From Passive Involvement to Active Partnerships. In M. Kremer, P. Van Lieshout & R. Went (Eds.), Doing Good or Doing Better: Development Policies in a Globalizing World (Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR)) (pp. 211-236). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
  • L. Dell, R. Van Tulder, H. Duursema & D.A. McNeill (2009). Leiderschap & coaching in tijden van crisis. Rotterdam: KPMG/RSM
  • R. Van Tulder, M. Bleijenbergh, M. Danse, R. Wiersinga & M. Torppe (2009). CSR business models and change trajectories in the retail industry. The Hague: RSM/LEI
  • S. Gande, F.N. Fortanier & R. Van Tulder (2009). Making Financial Sense of Corporate Societal Responsibility. Corporate Finance, 14 , 23-28.
  • R. Kraemer & R. Van Tulder (2009). Internationalization of TNCs from the extractive industries: a literature review. Transnational Corporations, 18 (1), 137-157. doi: 10.18356/23870dc3-en
  • A.H.L. Slangen & R. Van Tulder (2009). Cultural distance, political risk, or governance quality? Towards a more accurate conceptualization and measurement of external uncertainty in foreign entry mode research. International Business Review, 18 (3), 276-291. doi: 10.1016/j.ibusrev.2009.02.014
  • F.N. Fortanier & R. Van Tulder (2009). Internationalization trajectories- a cross-country comparison: Are large Chinese and Indian companies different? Industrial and Corporate Change, 18 (2), 223-247.
  • R. Van Tulder (2009, november 4). Chains for Change. Rotterdam, Third Max Havelaar Lecture.
  • F.N. Fortanier & R. Van Tulder (2008). Internationalization Trajectories- A Cross- Country Comparison: Are Large Chinese and Indian Companies Different? (Extern rapport, UNU-MERIT Working Paper Series, no #2008-054). Maastricht: United Nations University- Maastricht Economic and Social Research and training centre on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT)
  • R. Van Tulder & A. Kolk (2008). Poverty Alleviation as a Corporate Issue. In C. Wankel (Ed.), 21st Century Management. A Reference Handbook (pp. 95-105). Los Angeles: Sage Publications
  • R. Van Tulder (2008). Emergent integration: The creation of an enlarged European Automobile Space under Institutional Uncertainty. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, 8 (5), 581-602. doi: 10.1504/IJEIM.2008.022322
  • R. Van Tulder (2008). Nations and firms in the global economy, the INSEAD-wharton alliance on globalizing. Development and Change, 39 , 179-183.
  • R. Van Tulder (2008). Position Paper: Partnerships for Development. In Max Havelaar Lectures, Partnerships for Development (Lecture Series in Management) (pp. 17-32). Rotterdam: RSM Erasmus University- Max Havelaar Foundation
  • A. Kolk, R. Van Tulder & E. Kostwinder (2008). Business and partnerships for development. European Management Journal, 26 (4), 262-273. doi: 10.1016/j.emj.2008.01.007
  • J.C.A.C. van Wijk, M.G. Danse & R. Van Tulder (2008). Making Retail Supply Chains Sustainable: Upgrading opportunities for developing country suppliers under voluntary quality standards [also published in Chinese in 2009]. (Extern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management, no ERS-2008-080-ORG). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • R. Van Tulder (2007). The Locational Challenges of Open Innovation. In V. Cadil, Z. Kucera & M. Pazour (Eds.), Localisation Motives for Research and Development Investment of Multinational Enterprises (pp. 53-61). Prague: Technology Centre AS CR
  • R. Van Tulder (2007, oktober 31). Poverty and Business: a Research Agenda for Business Schools. Rotterdam, First Max Havelaar Lecture.
  • R. Van Tulder (2007). Skill sheets. An integrated approach to research, study and management [First Edition]. Amsterdam: Pearson Education
  • F.N. Fortanier, A.R. Muller & R. Van Tulder (2007). Internationalization and Performance: The Moderating Role of Strategic Fit. In A. Rugman (Ed.), Regional Aspects of Multinationality and Performance (Research in Global Strategic Management, 13) (pp. 177-200). Amsterdam: Elsevier JAI
  • R. Van Tulder & A. van der Zwart (2006). International Business-Society Management: Linking Corporate Responsibility and Globalization. London and New York: Routledge
  • A. Kolk, R. Van Tulder & B. Westdijk (2006). Poverty alleviation as business strategy? Evaluating Commitments of Frontrunner Multinational Corporations. World Development, 34 (5), 789-801. doi: 10.1016/j.worlddev.2005.10.005 [go to publisher's site]
  • R. Van Tulder (2006). MVO en de rol van de overheid. In L. Moratis & M. van der Veen (Eds.), Basisboek MVO: Maatschappelijk verantwoord ondernemen (pp. 359-371). Assen: Koninklijke Van Gorcum
  • M.J. Mol, R. Van Tulder & P.R. Beije (2005). Antecedents and performance consequences of international outsourcing. International Business Review, 14 (5), 599-617. doi: 10.1016/j.ibusrev.2005.05.004 [go to publisher's site]
  • A.R. Muller & R. Van Tulder (2005). Exploring Patterns of Upstream Internationalization: The Role of Home-Region ‘Stickiness'. (Extern rapport). Beijing: ERIM Report Series
  • A. Kolk & R. Van Tulder (2005). Setting new global rules? TNCs and codes of conduct. Transnational Corporations, 14 (3), 1-27.
  • A. Kolk & R. Van Tulder (2005). Corporate Codes of Conduct and Child Labour. In G.K. Lieten (Ed.), The Child Labour Problem. Issues and Solutions (pp. 119-135). Amsterdam/Geneva: Irewoc/DCI
  • R. Van Tulder (2004). The Risk of Go-it-Alone: The Japanese Car Industry - From Boom to Bust? In J. Carillo, Y. Lung & R.J.M. van Tulder (Eds.), Cars, Carriers of Regionalism (pp. 205-217). Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan
  • R. Van Tulder & D. Audet (2004). The Faster Lane of Regionalism. In J. Carillo, Y. Lung & R.J.M. van Tulder (Eds.), Cars, Carriers of Regionalism (pp. 23-41). Basingstoke: Palgrave-MacMillan
  • Y. Lung & R. Van Tulder (2004). In search of a viable automobile space. In J. Carillo, Y. Lung & R.J.M. van Tulder (Eds.), Cars, Carriers of Regionalism (pp. 1-20). Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan
  • A.W.V. Breukel & R. Van Tulder (2004). Tijd en effectiviteit: de dagindeling van nederlandse managers. M en O, 3 (mei/juni), 50-65.
  • R.V. Goedegebuure & R. Van Tulder (2004). National Competitiveness as Portfolio Assessing Past and Future Comparative and Competitive Advantages of Countries: the Case of the European Union. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 4 (winter), 1-35.
  • A.R. Muller & R. Van Tulder (2004). Public-Private Partnerships: Beneficial to Whom? European Business Forum, 18 , 24-26.
  • A. Kolk & R. Van Tulder (2004). Ethics in International Business; Multinational Approaches to Child Labour. Journal of World Business, 39 (1), 49-60. doi: 10.1016/j.jwb.2003.08.014 [go to publisher's site]
  • R. Van Tulder (2004). Peripheral Regionalism: The Consequences of Integrating Central and Eastern Europe in the European Automobile Space. In J. Carillo, Y. Lung & R.J.M. van Tulder (Eds.), Cars, Carriers of Regionalism (pp. 75-90). Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan
  • R. Van Tulder, M. Kaptein, E. van Mil & R. Schilpzand (2004). De Strategische Stakeholderdialoog: Opkomst - Kenmerken - Toekomst. Rotterdam-The Hague: EUR/S&P
  • J. Carillo, Y. Lung & R. Van Tulder (2004). Cars, Carriers of Regionalism. London: Palgrave-MacMillan
  • M. Kaptein & R. Van Tulder (2003). Toward Effective Stakeholder Dialogue. Business and Society Review, 108 (2), 203-224. doi: 10.1111/1467-8594.00161
  • R. Van Tulder & A. van der Zwart (2003). Reputaties op het Spel. Maatschappelijk verantwoord ondernemen in een onderhandelingssamenleving. Utrecht: Het Spectrum
  • M. Kaptein & R. Van Tulder (2003). De stakeholder dialoog: enkele beginselen. In J.P. Balkenende, S.P. Kaptein, E. Kimman & J.P. van den Toren (Eds.), Onderneming & Maatschappij– op zoek naar vertrouwen (pp. 307-319). Assen: Koninklijke Van Gorcum
  • A. Kolk & R. Van Tulder (2003). Internationalization and environmental reporting. In S. Lundal (Ed.), Multinationals, environment and global competition (Research in Global Strategic Management, 9) (pp. 95-117). Oxford, UK: JAI press
  • R. Van Tulder & M.J. Mol (2002). Reversed Auctions or Auctions reversed: First experiments by Philips. European Management Journal, 20 (5), 447-456. doi: 10.1016/S0263-2373(02)00099-3 [go to publisher's site]
  • A. van der Kolk & R. Van Tulder (2002). Child labor and Multinatinal Conduct: A comparison of International Business and Stakeholder codes. Journal of Business Ethics, 36 (3), 291-301. doi: 10.1023/A:1014009313508
  • M.J. Mol, R. Van Tulder & P.R. Beije (2002). Global Sourcing: Fad or Fact? (Extern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • M. Kaptein & R. Van Tulder (2002). Noodzaak van en eisen aan stakeholderdialoog. Civis Mundi, 41 (1), 22-28.
  • D.A.F. van den Berghe & R. Van Tulder (2002). The Geography of Foreign Direct Investment: A Tripartite Framework. Journal of International Business and Economy, 3 (1), 1-24.
  • M. Kaptein & R. Van Tulder (2002). Van bedrijfscode naar rapportage ingebed in stakeholderdialoog. Fiducie, november , 33-36.
  • R.V. Goedegebuure & R. Van Tulder (2002). Nieuwe indicatoren voor het Nederlandse concurrentievermogen. In De Nederlandse economie 2002 (pp. 79-84). Heerlen: CBS Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
  • M. Kaptein & R. Van Tulder (2002). Principes voor een effectieve stakeholderdialoog: Het process bepaalt de uitkomst. M en O, 6 (November/December), 5-20.
  • F.N. Fortanier, H. Schenk & R. Van Tulder (2001). Buitenlandse ondernemingen en gezonde concurrentie in ontwikkelingslanden. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Univeristy Rotterdam
  • N. Righton & R. Van Tulder (2001). Ondernemingen en Ontwikkelingsbeleid. (Extern rapport, BSM-Memorandum, no 01-70). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • R. Van Tulder, D.A.F. van den Berghe & A.R. Muller (2001). Erasmus (S)coreboard of Core Companies.The World's Largest Firms and Internationalization. Rotterdam,The Netherlands: Rotterdam School of Management
  • R. Van Tulder, M. van Leeuwen & A. Kolk (2001). Multinationality and Corporate Ethics: Codes of Conduct in the Sporting Goods Industry. Journal of International Business Studies, 32 (2), 267-283. doi: 10.1057/palgrave.jibs.8490952
  • A.R. Muller & R. Van Tulder (2001). Macro Intentions, Micro Realities: A two level strategic approach to the single European Market. (Extern rapport, Report Series Research in Management, no November 2001). Rotterdam: ERIM
  • D.A. Bols, D.A.F. van den Berghe, D. Frans & R. Van Tulder (2001). Fiscaliteit, locatieconcurrentie en eerlijke belastingafdracht - position paper over de rol van MNO's, NGs en de overheid in het stimuleren van een eerlijke belastingafracht in ontwiukkeleingslanden. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • R. Van Tulder (2000). Nederland, multinationa(a)l land. Internationale Spectator, 54 (4), 176-181.
  • R. Van Tulder (1999). Meso Institutions and Innovation Paradoxes. Paradoxes embedded in the chemistry of dependence in the Car industries of the United States, Germany and Japan. In D. Sauer & C. Lang (Eds.), Paradoxien der Innovation. Perspektiven sozialwissenschaftlicher Innovationsforschung (pp. 57-97). Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag
  • J. Bijman & R. Van Tulder (1999). Internationalization and Vertical Relationships in the Dutch Agrifood Sector. In G. Galizzi & L. Venturini (Eds.), Vertical Relationships and Coordination in the Food System (pp. 197-210). Heidelberg/New York: Physica Verlag
  • R. Van Tulder (1999). Small, smart and sustainable. Dutch experiences in governing (together) with multinationals. In R. Narula & R. Van Hoesel (Eds.), Multinational Entreprises from the Netherlands (pp. 282-301). London: Routledge
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1999). A Two-Way Street in Asia: EU - US Trade Cooperation in the Automobile and Auto Parts Industries. In R. Steinberg & B. Stokes (Eds.), Partners or Competitors? The Prospects for U.S.-European Cooperation on Asian Trade (pp. 65-105). Lanham, UK: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • R. Van Tulder (1999). Rival internationalisation trajectories: The national and regional embeddedness of core firms ' internationalisation strategies '. In A. Eckhardt, H. Koehler & L. Pries (Eds.), Global players in lokalen bindungen (pp. 53-79). Berlin, Germany: Editon Sigma
  • R. Van Tulder, L.M. van Vliet, D.A.F. van den Berghe, X.S.P. van Leeuwe & F.N. Fortanier (1999). Internationalisering en de Belastingdienst. (Extern rapport). Utrecht: Belasting Informatie Centrum
  • R.V. Goedegebuure & R. Van Tulder (1999). Een portfolio analyse voor de Nederlandse concurrentiekracht. (Extern rapport). Heerlen: CBS
  • A. Kolk, R. Van Tulder & C. Welters (1999). International codes of conduct and corporate social responibility. Transnational Corporations, 8 (1), 143-180.
  • R. Van Tulder (1998). Multinationals in de Polder: De Nederlandse overlegeconomie in internationaal perspectief (Oratie Tekst). (Intern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • R. Van Tulder (Ed.). (1998). Leren van d!lemm@'s. Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen
  • R. Van Tulder (1998). Governing with Multinationals: Dutch smartness in coping with home-based and host multinationals. Administrative Studies, 3 , 160-178.
  • R. Van Tulder & A.W.M. Smeulders (1998). De Complexiteit van "Cim"plisme. De Van den Bergh case. In R. van Tulder (Ed.), Leren van D!lemm@'s (pp. 102-130). Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen
  • R. Van Tulder, E. Eskes & K.F. van Joost (1998). IT als Marketing Instrument: Elektronisch Sparen bij Q8. In R. van Tulder (Ed.), Leren van D!lemm@'s (pp. 131-145). Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen
  • R. Van Tulder & R.W. Wagenaar (1998). Wat bepaalt het succes van Informatietechnologie en telecommunicatie. In R. van Tulder (Ed.), Leren van D!lemm@'s (pp. 1-27). Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen
  • W.J.J. Bijman, R. Van Tulder & L.M. van Vliet (1998). Internationalisation Strategies of Agribusiness Companies and Changing R&D Orientations. In G.W. Ziggers, J.H. Trienekens & P.J.P. Zuurbier (Eds.), Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Chain Management in Agribusiness and the Food Industry (pp. 103-111). Wageningen: Agricultural University
  • R. Van Tulder & W.M. Ruigrok (1998). International Production Networks in the Auto Industry: Central and Eastern Europe as the Low End of the West European Car Complexes. In J. Zysman & A. Schwartz (Eds.), Enlarging Europe: The Industrial Foundations of a New Political Reality (pp. 202-238). Berkeley: IAS-International and Area Studies University of California
  • R. Van Tulder & W.M. Ruigrok (1997). The nature of institutional change: managing rival dependencies. In A. Amin & J. Hausner (Eds.), Beyond Market and Hierarchy. Interactive Governance and Social Complexity (pp. 129-159). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • R. Van Tulder (1997). Werkgelegenheid in Europa. In O. Holman (Ed.), Europese dilemma's aan het einde van de twintigste eeuw: democratie, werkgelegenheid, veiligheid, immigratie (pp. 95-99). Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis
  • R. Van Tulder & W.M. Ruigrok (1997). Internationalisering en Nederlands herstructureringsbeleid : smalle marges zijn ook marges. In F. Becker & B. Dankbaar (Eds.), Economisch beleid in een ondernemende samenleving (WBS-cahiers) (pp. 82-110). Houten: Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum
  • R. Van Tulder (1997). Coreferaat. In M.F. Gelok & W.M. de Jong (Eds.), Volatisering in de economie (V98) (pp. 77-86). Den Haag: -
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1996). Misverstand globalisering. In F. Rutten (Ed.), Jaarboek 1995/96 Koninklijke Vereniging voor de Staatshuishoudkunde (pp. 127-136). Rotterdam: ESB
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1996). The price of diversity: rival concepts of control as a barrier to an EU industrial policy? In P. Devine, Y. Katsoulacos & R. Sugden (Eds.), Competitiveness, Susidiarity and Industrial Policy (pp. 79-104). London: Routledge
  • R. Van Tulder (1996). Voorkom vermijdbare feedback. Interface, 12 (4), 29-29.
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1996). A qui profite vraiment la rhétorique de la globalisation? l'Expansion, 83 , 50-60.
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1996). De hardnekkige mythe van de 'globale onderneming'. Holland Management Review , 17-26.
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1995). The Logic of International Restructuring. London [etc.]: Routledge
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1994). Management van afhankelijkheden in netwerken. In A. Witteveen (Ed.), Top twintig trends in strategisch mangement (pp. 171-177). Amsterdam: De Management Bibliotheek
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1994). Globalisation and trade blocs: European car complexes in the squeeze. In U. Muldur, R. Petrella & H.G. Colombo (Eds.), The European Community and the Globalization of Technology and the Economy (pp. 309-340). Luxemburg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
  • R. Van Tulder & W.M. Ruigrok (1993). Regionalisation, Globalisation or Glocalisation: the Case of the World Car Industry. In M. Humbert (Ed.), The Impact of Globalisation on Europe's Firms and Industries (pp. 22-33). London: Pinter
  • R. Van Tulder & B. Dankbaar (1992). The Illusion of a Common Supranational Interest: Democratising the Standardisation Process in Factory Automation. In J. Marceau (Ed.), Reworking the World: Organisations, Technologies, and Cultures in Comparative Perspective (pp. 247-275). Berlin; New York: Walter de Gruyter
  • B. Dankbaar & R. Van Tulder (1992). The Influence of Users in Standardization: the Case of MAP. In M. Dierkes & U. Hoffmann (Eds.), New Technology at the Outset: Social Forces in the Shaping of Technological Innovations (pp. 327-350). Frankfurt; New York: Campus Verlag
  • R. Van Tulder (1991). Fordisme [Bespreking van het boek The Machine that Changed the World ]. .
  • R. Van Tulder (1991). Small industrialized countries and the global innovation race: the role of the state in the Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland. In U. Hilpert (Ed.), State Policies and Techno-industrial Innovation (pp. 281-304). London: Routledge
  • W.M. Ruigrok, R. Van Tulder & G. Baven (1991). Cars and complexes: globalisation versus global localisation strategies in the world car industry. (Extern rapport, Monitor/FAST Prospective Dossier, no 2, Vol. 13). @: @
  • R. Van Tulder & W.M. Ruigrok (1991). Rival global strategies in the world car industry. Nouvelle de la Science et des Technologies, 9 (2), 83-97.
  • G. Baven & R. Van Tulder (1990). Transnational Use of High Speed Data Communications and Digital Video Services: Case Studies- The Netherlands. (Extern rapport, Perspectives for Advanced Communications in Europe, no Pace 90 Vol VII). Brussels: Commission of the European Communities
  • R. Van Tulder & G. Baven (1990). The changing contents of control: conflict, cooperation and a new comprehensive concept of control. (Extern rapport, Working Paper Series, no 13). Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology
  • R. Van Tulder (1990). Toyotisme: strukturele componenten van een economische "wonder". (Extern rapport, Voor wie rijst de zon? De internationalisering van het Japanese economische model). Amsterdam: Internationaal Secretariaat van de Partij van de Arbeid

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Semi Scientific Publications (18)

  • R. Van Tulder (2018). De adaptatieparadox – grootste uitdaging voor teammanagement en coaching. In Aty Boers & Marijke Lingsma (Eds.), De 10 principes van agile-lean teamcoaching. Zelforganiserend verbetern in praktijk (pp. 7-10). Amsterdam: Boom
  • R. Van Tulder (2017). Rescuing the Collaborative Paradigm from its supporters? In Annual Review of Social Partnerships (pp. 27-31)
  • Z.M. Strijker - van Asperen, R. Van Tulder, L. Lucht & J.A.P. van Zanten (2016). The Dawn of a New Era? - Max Havelaar Lecture 2015. (Extern rapport, Max Havelaar Lecture Series). Rotterdam: the Partnerships Resource Centre; Rotterdam School of Management; Erasmus University
  • R. Van Tulder & X. and others (2015). State of the Partnership Report 2015.
  • R. Van Tulder (2014). ING-Erasmus TOP 100 of international corporations. (Extern rapport). Amsterdam/Rotterdam: ING Bank
  • R. Van Tulder, S. Vellema & S. Drost (2013). 2SCALE – A Qjuick Scan; exemplary first patterns and support requirements.
  • R. Van Tulder (2010). The State of Partnership Report 2010. Dutch NGOs facing the partnering challenge. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: RSM:Partnership Resource Centre
  • R. Van Tulder & M. Kaptein (2007). Les 4: Maatschappelijk Verantwoord Ondernemen’. (Extern rapport, Duurzaam Ondernemen). Eindhoven: EUROFORUM
  • F.N. Fortanier, R. Van Tulder & E. Oskam (2007). Locomotive puts R&D on track. Research Europe, May 31th , 7-8.
  • Romy Kraemer & R. Van Tulder (2007). Internationalisation Strategies of Extractive Industries: A Review of the Literature. (Extern rapport, Wold Investment Report). New York: United Nations/ United Nations Centre on Transnational Corporations
  • R. Van Tulder & F.N. Fortanier (2007). Nederland in het krachtenveld van globalisering. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 92 (4514), 54-58.
  • R. Van Tulder Multinationals en MVO: een wereld te winnen. FNV Company Monitor, Multinationals en vakbonder: een wereld te winnen , pp. 14-17.
  • M. Kaptein & R. Van Tulder (2002, augustus 22). Verantwoord ondernemen is praten met stakeholder. Het Financieele Dagblad , pp. 9-9.
  • R. Van Tulder & R.V. Goedegebuure (2001). National concurrentievermogen en internationalisering van innovatie. (Extern rapport, Kennis en Economie). Amsterdam: Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
  • R. Van Tulder (1999). Mondialisering van de economie: Toekomst globalisering is regionaal. Zeggenschap, 10 (4), 18-21.
  • R. Van Tulder (1998, oktober 1). Europa zit tussen de oren. Management & Bestuur , pp. 1-1.
  • R. Van Tulder (1998, december 1). Strategie omdat het moet. Management & Bestuur , pp. 1-1.
  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1993). Op naar een zestig-urige werkweek. Hervormd Nederland, 49 (4), 4-5.

Other (3)

Doctoral Thesis

  • W.M. Ruigrok & R. Van Tulder (1993, juni 30). The Ideology of Interdependence: the Link Between Restructuring, Internationalisation and International Trade. Universiteit van Amsterdam (497 pag.) Prom./coprom.: G. Junne.

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  • Systeemdenken sluit echte wereld uit

    Even great managers have difficulty applying managementsystems in the real world. Therefore, a new research project conducted in collaboration with the research project on leadership led by Rob van Tulder, aims to bring these two...

  • Een Wicked World

    Between April and November 2016 15 people will try to solve global Wicked Problems, one of which is clean water and sanitation. The method utilized is developed by Rob van Tulder and the New World Campus and focuses on bringing...

  • Hoe maken we Den Haag klimaatneutraal?

    A meeting in the Hague is held to discuss how to achieve a climate neutral the Hague by 2040. The method used is that of Wicked Problems Plaza, developed by Rob van Tulder and the New World Campus.

  • Gedeelde waardecreatie bestaat nog niet

    Rob van Tulder explains that although many managers state they engage in shared value creation, no true practical examples exist yet.

  • ‘Stuur meer op mens en motivatie – minder op cijfers’

    Continuously seeking out risk and still trying to organise security has a downside: the Organization becomes problematic. It is time that financials in the non-profit sector in addition to the hard numbers, the laws and...

  • ‘Partnering is de essentiële verbindende vijfde ‘P’ voor duurzame ontwikkeling’

    The Worldconnectors network celebrates its 10th anniversary, so the upcoming months several interviews with the members will be published. Rob van Tulder is a member of the Worldconnectors since the beginning of this year. Rob's...

  • Aandeelhouders dwingen Unileverbaas Polman in het defensief

    Paul Polman is the Bono of business. Unilever CEO sailing a green course is good for employees and is looking for investors who want to not only make a quick profit. But the pressure increases: Unilever is about to be acquired....

  • Aandeelhouders dwingen Unileverbaas Polman in het defensief

    Paul Polman is the Bono of business. Unilever CEO sailing a green course is good for employees and is looking for investors who want to not only make a quick profit. But the pressure increases: Unilever is about to be acquired....

  • Hoe duurzaamheid de winstgevendheid van Unilever moet verhogen

    Paul Polman is the Bono of business. Unilever CEO sailing a green course is good for employees and is looking for investors who want to not only make a quick profit. But the pressure increases: Unilever is about to be acquired....

  • Genoteerd "Overheid heeft geparasiteerd op de welwillendheid van anderen"

    Paul Polman is the Bono of business. Unilever CEO sailing a green course is good for employees and is looking for investors who want to not only make a quick profit. But the pressure increases: Unilever is about to be acquired....

  • Standbeeld of uitverkoop voor groene CEO?

    Paul Polman is the Bono of business. Unilever CEO sailing a green course is good for employees and is looking for investors who want to not only make a quick profit. But the pressure increases: Unilever is about to be acquired....

  • Standbeeld of uitverkoop voor groene CEO?

    Paul Polman is the Bono of business. Unilever CEO sailing a green course is good for employees and is looking for investors who want to not only make a quick profit. But the pressure increases: Unilever is about to be acquired....

  • Oproep voor groenere economie door 90 hoogleraren

    Ninety Dutch professors want the new parliament to invest in green energy and sustainability. They argue for a capital injection of 200 billion euros in the coming decades. Signatories fear that there is a division in society...

  • Keuzestress Staat Duurzaamheid In De Weg

    The many sustainable choices available to us make us stressed or give us "infobesitas", suggests Professor Rob van Tulder from RSM. The consequence of this is that instead of making a good choice, we just make a choice.

  • Hollandse Quinoa groeit met honderden procenten

    P + will be presenting the Special 'Conquest of Quinoa' this week. The journalistic dossier compares developments in South America and the Netherlands. The P + special also deals with Florian Böhm's award-winning thesis - which...

  • Opening Academic Year and Alumni Day 2017

    The official opening of the academic year of the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education was held on 19 October. 114 new MSc students from 39 different countries were welcomed by the IHE Delft Rector and the president of the...

  • Control in tijden van maatschappelijke complexiteit

    This article, co-authored by Rob van Tulder for MAB, suggests that the assumptions under the control, supervision and accountability of public organisations should be revised. This review also has serious consequences for the...

  • Diversiteit begint in eigen huis

    Rob van Tulder, Professor of International Business-Society Management at RSM, gives his opinion on the diversity in social and development organizations.

  • ABP, roep Shell op beter werk te maken van klimaat

    Jan Rotmans, Professor of Transitions and Transition Management at RSM and Rob van Tulder, Professor of International Business-Society Management at RSM, have signed an open letter directed towards their pension fund. The open...

  • Stepping up the Pace for the SDGs with Corporate-driven Partnerships

    An article co-written by Rob van Tulder, Professor of International Business-Society Management at RSM. The article discusses how companies can embody the Sustainable Development Goals, and make the change from being passive to...

  • MIL-OSI Asia-Pacific: Guest Article: Stepping up the Pace for the SDGs with Corporate-driven Partnerships

    An article co-written by Rob van Tulder, Professor of International Business-Society Management at RSM. The article discusses how companies can embody the Sustainable Development Goals, and make the change from being passive to...

  • How PH can escape the middle-income trap

    An article written by Rob van Tulder, Professor of International Business-Society Management at RSM. The article discusses the research he did together with the University of the Philippines regarding EMIT: Escaping the...

  • Business and the SDGs: A Framework for Effective Corporate Involvement

    An article that discusses Rob van Tulder's report on business and the SDG's. The report presents a framework for making corporate strategies effective for sustainable development by drawing on interdisciplinary research,...

  • Hoe zorg je voor doorbraak in duurzaamheidsdoelen?

    In his new book, Business & The Sustainable Development Goals: A Framework for Effective Corporate Involvement, Rob van Tulder, Professor of International Business-Society Management at RSM, shares seven principles to teach...

  • Event 30 oktober: Krijg inzicht in jouw duurzame motivatie!

    On 30 October, Professor Rob van Tulder of RSM will organise an event in which 130 Master's students in Global Business and Sustainability advise companies on the steps that companies have to go through towards sustainable...

  • Hoogleraar Rob van Tulder: 'Bedrijf met duurzame ambitie moet durven kiezen'

    Many companies find it difficult to turn their sustainable ambition into a concrete business model, concludes Rob van Tulder, professor of International Business at RSM. With his recently published book 'Getting all the Motives...

  • Erasmus Universiteit studenten adviseren bedrijven over duurzaam ondernemen

    Professor Rob van Tulder presented his new book 'Getting all the motives right' this week in Rotterdam. In his book he offers entrepreneurs and businesses the right tools for sustainable business.

  • Van ambitie naar meervoudig rendement

    Rob van Tulder of RSM has co-written the book "Sociaal ondernemen: van ambitie naar meervoudig rendement". The book covers quations like "how can companies pursue societal goals while at the same time guaranteeing (financial)...

  • Sociaal ondernemen: Van ambitie naar meervoudig rendement

    Rob van Tulder of RSM has co-written a book which discusses social entrepreneurship. The book answers the question how companies can pursue societal goals while at the same time guaranteeing (financial) continuity.

  • Iets goeds doen voor de samenleving als bedrijf: hoe ga je dat vertellen?

    As a company, if you do something concrete to make the world a little better, rather than focusing on marketing and sales, does that benefit you as a brand? Or is it a combination? According to some studies it is not all that...

  • De milieustrategie van grote bedrijven? Afwachten

    Rob van Tulder, Hoogleraar international business-society management, and Christiaan Hendriks, onderzoeker, have been mentioned in the article 'De milieustrategie van grote bedrijven? Afwachten'. The article discusses a research...

  • Grote Nederlandse bedrijven niet ‘intrinsiek gemotiveerd’ voor positieve impact natuur

    Rob van Tulder and Christiaan Hendriks, researchers, have been mentioned in the article 'Grote Nederlandse bedrijven niet ‘intrinsiek gemotiveerd’ voor positieve impact natuur'. The article discusses a research that has been...

  • Aanpak van Nederlandse bedrijven op biodiversiteit en natuurlijk kapitaal in kaart gebracht

    Rob van Tulder, professor International Business-Society Management, and Christiaan Hendriks, onderzoeker, have been mentioned in the article 'Aanpak van Nederlandse bedrijven op biodiversiteit en natuurlijk kapitaal in kaart...

  • Aanpak van Nederlandse bedrijven op biodiversiteit en natuurlijk kapitaal in kaart gebracht

    Rob van Tulder, professor International Business-Society Management, and Christiaan Hendriks, onderzoeker, have been mentioned in the article 'Aanpak van Nederlandse bedrijven op biodiversiteit en natuurlijk kapitaal in kaart...

  • Dit doen bedrijven voor de biodiversiteit

    Rob van Tulder, professor International Business-Society Management, and Christiaan Hendriks, onderzoeker have been mentioned in the article 'Dit doen bedrijven met biodiversiteit'. The article discusses their research about the...

  • Rob van Tulder: ‘De vraag is niet meer óf je verduurzaamt, maar hoe en wanneer’

    Rob van Tulder, professor at the Rotterdam School of Management, has been mentioned in an article. The article discusses a new tool that helps businesses to realise their goals. He states that ''Before you undertake something, you...

  • Rob van Tulder: ‘De vraag is niet meer óf je verduurzaamt, maar hoe en wanneer’

    Rob van Tulder, professor at the Rotterdam School of Management, has been mentioned in an article. The article discusses businesses and sustainability and a new tool that helps businesses to realise their ambitions. He states that...

  • Rob van Tulder: 'De vraag is niet meer óf je verduurzaamt, maar hoe en wanneer'

    Rob van Tulder, professor at the Rotterdam School of Management, has been mentioned in an article. The article discusses a new tool that enables business to see where they are at with sustainability and what important challenges...

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