Marius van Dijke
Marius van Dijke
Professor in behavioural ethics, Rotterdam School of Management
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When does self-sacrificial leadership motivate prosocial behavior? It depends on followers’ prevention focus.
D De Cremer, DM Mayer, M Van Dijke, BC Schouten, M Bardes
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (4), 887, 2009
Trust in authorities as a boundary condition to procedural fairness effects on tax compliance
M Van Dijke, P Verboon
Journal of Economic Psychology 31 (1), 80-91, 2010
Ethical leadership and follower organizational deviance: The moderating role of follower moral attentiveness
S Van Gils, N Van Quaquebeke, D van Knippenberg, M Van Dijke, ...
The Leadership Quarterly 26 (2), 190-203, 2015
Striving for personal power as a basis for social power dynamics
M Van Dijke, M Poppe
European Journal of Social Psychology 36 (4), 537-556, 2006
Can a leader be seen as too ethical? The curvilinear effects of ethical leadership
J Stouten, M Van Dijke, DM Mayer, D De Cremer, MC Euwema
The Leadership Quarterly 24 (5), 680-695, 2013
When does procedural fairness promote organizational citizenship behavior? Integrating empowering leadership types in relational justice models
M van Dijke, D De Cremer, DM Mayer, N Van Quaquebeke
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 117 (2), 235-248, 2012
Leader mistreatment, employee hostility, and deviant behaviors: Integrating self-uncertainty and thwarted needs perspectives on deviance
DM Mayer, S Thau, KM Workman, M Van Dijke, D De Cremer
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 117 (1), 24-40, 2012
A self-interest analysis of justice and tax compliance: How distributive justice moderates the effect of outcome favorability
P Verboon, M Van Dijke
Journal of Economic psychology 28 (6), 704-727, 2007
The role of authority power in explaining procedural fairness effects.
M Van Dijke, D De Cremer, DM Mayer
Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (3), 488, 2010
Cooperating when “you” and “I” are treated fairly: The moderating role of leader prototypicality.
D De Cremer, M Van Dijke, DM Mayer
Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (6), 1121, 2010
Power, justice, and trust: A moderated mediation analysis of tax compliance among Ethiopian business owners
LB Gobena, M Van Dijke
Journal of Economic Psychology 52, 24-37, 2016
Being “in control” may make you lose control: The role of self-regulation in unethical leadership behavior
A Joosten, M Van Dijke, A Van Hiel, D De Cremer
Journal of business ethics 121 (1), 1-14, 2014
Ethical leadership: An overview and future perspectives.
J Stouten, M Van Dijke, D De Cremer
Hogrefe Publishing 11 (1), 1, 2012
When Leaders Are Seen as Transformational: The Effects of Organizational Justice1
D De Cremer, M Van Dijke, AER Bos
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 37 (8), 1797-1816, 2007
When do procedural fairness and outcome fairness interact to influence employees’ work attitudes and behaviors? The moderating effect of uncertainty.
D De Cremer, J Brockner, A Fishman, M Van Dijke, W Van Olffen, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (2), 291, 2010
When are workload and workplace learning opportunities related in a curvilinear manner? The moderating role of autonomy
J van Ruysseveldt, M van Dijke
Journal of vocational behavior 79 (2), 470-483, 2011
Factors related to misperception of physical activity in The Netherlands and implications for health promotion programmes
L Lechner, C Bolman, M Van Dijke
Health promotion international 21 (2), 104-112, 2006
When do severe sanctions enhance compliance? The role of procedural fairness
P Verboon, M van Dijke
Journal of Economic Psychology 32 (1), 120-130, 2011
Fairness as social responsibility: A moral self‐regulation account of procedural justice enactment
L Brebels, D De Cremer, M Van Dijke, A Van Hiel
British Journal of Management 22, S47-S58, 2011
Self-sacrificial leadership and follower self-esteem: When collective identification matters.
D De Cremer, D van Knippenberg, M van Dijke, AER Bos
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 10 (3), 233, 2006
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