Dr K.F. van den Oever (Koen)
Assistant professor - Strategy
I am an assistant professor at the department of Business Administration (Nijmegen School of Management) at Radboud University Nijmegen. My research is centered around three main topics: interorganizational relationships (IORs), strategic decision-making, and board of director composition. In short, I use a behavioral lens to study when organizations engage in IORs, the influence of board of director composition on the strategic decision-making process, and how different forms of decision-making affect organization's behavior in IORs.
- Haans, R.F.J. & Oever, K.F. van den (2021). Foreign entrepreneurs engage in less misconduct than native entrepreneurs: Evidence from U.K. director disqualifications. Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 16:e00281. doi: 10.1016/j.jbvi.2021.e00281 Full text
- Oever, K.F. van den & Martin, X. (2019). Fishing in troubled waters? Strategic decision‐making and value creation and appropriation from partnerships between public organizations. Strategic Management Journal, 40 (4), 580-603. doi: 10.1002/smj.2975 Full text
- Oever, K.F. van den & Martin, X. (2015). Business model change: Managerial roles and tactics in decision-making. In C. Baden-Fuller & V. Mangematin (Eds.), Advances in Strategic Management (33) (pp. 387-420). Bingham, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited Full text