Martijn Jungst

Associate Professor

Main contributions

Journal of Small Business Management (2021), Personality and Individual Differences (2021), International Journal of Cross Cultural Management (2020), International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (2019), International Journal of Conflict Management (2015)

Discipline: Management
Faculty: Management & Humanities
Expertise: Social Networks, Workplace Conflict, Cross-Cultural Research, Change Management, Engagement

Bio

Martijn Jungst, Ph.D is Associate Professor of Management at EDHEC School of Business. He earned his PhD in Organizational Behavior from Maastricht University, The Netherlands. His current research interests include workplace conflict, social networks, and cross-cultural research.


Publications of Martijn Jungst

26.05.2022 - Article in a peer reviewed journal

Technological Complexity and Employee Silence: The Buffering Role of Social Support

Martijn Jungst
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Volume tba, May 2022, Pages 1 - 34


02.04.2021 - Article in a peer reviewed journal

Knowledge Management Practices and Innovation: A Deliberate Innovation Management Model for SMEs

Lorraine Uhlaner, Zhou Haibo, Martijn Jungst
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Journal of Small Business Management, March 2021, Pages 1 - 34


09.03.2021 - Article in a peer reviewed journal

The effect of leader member exchange on voice: the role of engagement and digital communication

Martijn Jungst, Julia Milner, Milner Trenton
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International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, March 2021, Pages 1 - 33


04.03.2021 - Article in a peer reviewed journal

Differential Benefits of Social Resources for Low versus High Machiavellians:A Three-Study Constructive Replication

Martijn Jungst, Schreurs Bert, Jawahae Jim, Serban Nicolae
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Personality & Individual Differences, March 2021, Pages 1 - 37


26.02.2020 - Article in a peer reviewed journal

Task and extra-role performance: A cross-national perspective between east and west

Martijn Jungst, Bas Janssens
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International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Volume 1, March 2020, Pages 71 - 87