Publications 2014

  • AMINOVA, M. & M. JEGERS, Are Hofstede's national cultures homogenous ? The case of Uzbekistan. In: AHRENS, J. & H.W. HOEN (eds.), Economic Development in Central Asia: institutional underpinnings of factor markets, Frankfurt, Peter Lang GmbH, 85-98.
  • ASHWORTH, J., GEYS, B., HEYNDELS, B. & F. WILLE, Competition in the Political Arena and Local Government Performance, Applied Economics, 46(19, 2264-2276.
  • BOUHDAOUI, Y, BOUNIE, D. & A. FRANCOIS, Convenient prices, cash payments and price rigidity, Economic Modelling, 41, 329-337.
  • BUTS, C. & M. JEGERS, Ex post evaluation of State aid, in SCHOENMAEKERS S. , DEVROE W., PHILIPSEN N. (eds.), State aid and public procurement in the European Union, Intersentia, Antwerpen, 33-46.
  • DE WITTE, K., GEYS, B. & C. SOLONDZ, Public expenditures, educational outcomes and grade inflation: Theory and evidence from a policy intervention in the Netherlands, Economics of Education Review, 40, 152-166.
  • EXBRAYAT, N. & B. GEYS, Trade integration and Business Tax Differentials: Theory and Evidence from OECD Countries, International Tax and Public Finance, 21(2): 298-323.
  • GEYS, B., Better not look too nice ? Employeees' Preferences towards (un)likeable managers, Leadership Quarterly, 25(5), 875-884.
  • GEYS, B. & K. MAUSE, Are female legislators different ? Exploring sex differences in German MP's outside interests, Parliamentary Affairs, 67(4), 841-865.
  • GEYS, B. & J. VERMEIR, Party Cues in Elections under Multi-Level Governance: Theory and Evidence from US States, Journal of the European Economic Association,  12(4), 1029-1058.
  • JEGERS, M., Marxists and Accountants: bien étonnés de se trouver ensemble, Metroeconomica (0.279), 65, 2, 271-275.
  • JEGERS, M. & C. HOUTMAN, Boekhouden en financiële analyse voor ziekenhuizen (Accounting and financial analysis for hospitals), Kortrijk, UGA, 1991; 7th edition.
  • MURDOCH, Z. & B. GEYS, Institutional Dynamics in International Organizations: Lessons from the Recruitment Procedures of the European External Action Service, Organization Studies, 35(12), 1793-1811.
  • MICHELSEN, C., BOENISCH, P. & B. GEYS, (De)Centralization and Voter Turnout: Theory and Evidence from German Municipalities, Public Choice, 159(3): 469-483.
  • SZYMANSKA, A. & M. JEGERS, The structure of capital and revenue in social enterprises, Ekonomia Spoleczna, 9, 1.
  • VAN DROOGENBROECK, E., VAN HOVE, L. & G. PETROV, Profiel van de Belgische gebruiker van online boodschappendiensten: een analyse voor Collect & Go (The profile of the Belgian user of online grocery sites: the case of Collect & Go), Accountancy & Bedrijfskunde, vol. 34, 5, 2-16.
  • VAN HOVE, L., Metcalfe's law: not so wrong after all, Netnomics, Vol. 15, 1, July, 1-8.
  • WELLENS, L. & M. JEGERS, Effective governance in nonprofit organizations: a literature based multiple stakeholder approach, European Management Journal, (0.566), 32, 2: 223-243.
  • WELLENS, L. & M. JEGERS, Beneficiary participation as an instrument of downward accountability: a multiple case study, European Management Journal (0.817), 32, 6: 938-949.
  • WILLEMS, J. Antecedents effects of being a manager in the nonprofit, public or private sector: a critical evaluation of LeRoux and Feeney (203), Nonprofit Management & Leadership, vol. 25 Issue 2, 183-189.
  • WILLEMS, J., BOENIGK, S. & M. JEGERS, Seven trade-offs in measuring nonprofit performance and effectiveness, Voluntas, International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations (0.750), 25, 6, 1648-1670.
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