Articles in English

Koster, F. (2019). Innovative HRM. A review of the literature. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 14(2), 97-106. [Link]

Benda, L., Koster, F., & Van der Veen, R. (2019). Activation is not a panacea: active labour market policy, long-term unemployment and institutional complementarity. Journal of Social Policy, first view [Link]

Koster, F., & Koppejan, H. (2019). Sharing older workers among organizations. A vignette study investigating organizational, relational and task characteristics. Journal of Human Resource Management, 12(1), 1-11. [Link]

Koster, F., & Gutauskaite, D. (2019). HRM-culture fit. Why the link between human resource practices and commitment varies across countries. Dynamic Relationships Management Journal, 8(1), 13-27. [Link]

Benda, L., Koster, F., & Van der Veen, R. (2019). Levelling the playing field? Active labour market policies, educational attainment and unemployment. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 39(3/4), 276-295. [Link]

Benda, L., Koster, F., & Van der Veen, R. (2018). Active labour market policy as a socialising agent: a cross-national analysis of learning attitudes. Studies in Continuing Education, ##(##), ###-###. [Link]

Fleischmann, & Koster, F. (2018). How is employers’ willingness to provide training to their older workers dependent on workers and public authorities? A vignette study. Ageing & Society, 38(10), 1995-2018. [Link]

Koster, F., & Bloem, D. (2018). “Have a little faith”. A vignette study of inter-organizational cooperation and innovation performance. International Journal of Business Science and Applied Management, 13(1), 25-41. [Link]

Dekker, F., & Koster, F. (2018). Outsourcing in 18 European countries: The role of worker power. Economic & Industrial Democracy, 39(3), 481-499. [Link]

Koster, F., & Van Bree, G. (2018). How managers evoke ambidexterity and collaboration. A qualitative study in a Dutch hospital. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, forthcoming. [Link]

Van Zijl, A., Vermeeren, B., Koster, F., & Steijn, B. (2018). Towards sustainable local welfare systems: The effects of functional heterogeneity and team autonomy on team processes in Dutch neighbourhood teams. Health & Social Care in the Community, forthcoming. [Link]

Koster, F. (2018). Age stereotypes and attitudes towards welfare state arrangements for the old. A multilevel analysis across 29 countries. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 45(2), 67-90. [Link]

Koster, F., & Lambooij, M. S. (2018). Managing innovations. A study of the implementation of Electronic Medical Records in Dutch hospitals. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, forthcoming. [Link]

Benda, L., Koster, F., & Van der Veen, R.J.J. (2018). Contextualising institutional complementarity. How long-term unemployment depends on active labour market policies, employment protection legislation and the economic climate. International Journal of Social Welfare, 27(3), 258-269. [Link]

Benda, L., Fenger, M., Koster, F., & Van der Veen, R.J.J. (2017). Social investment risks? An explorative analysis of new social risks in the social investment state. Corvinus Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 8(2), 25-42.

Pouwels, I., & Koster, F. (2017). Inter-organizational cooperation and organizational innovativeness. A comparative study. International Journal of Innovation Science, 9(2), 184-204. [Link]

Lambooij, M. S., Drewes, H., & Koster, F. (2017). Use of Electronic Medical Records and Quality of patient data: Different reaction patterns of doctors and nurses to the hospital organization. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 17,17. [Link]

Koster, F., & Fleischmann, M. (2017). Under pressure. An international comparison of job security, social security, and extra effort. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 37(13/14), 823-839. [Link]

Lambooij, M.S., & Koster, F. (2016). How organizational escalation prevention potential affects success of implementation of innovations: Electronic medical records in hospitals. Implementation Science, 11(75). [Link]

Koster, F., & Wittek, R.P.M. (2016). Competition and constraint. Economic globalization and human resource practices in 23 European countries. Employee Relations, 38(2), 286-303. [Link]

Gërxhani, K., & Koster, F. (2015). Making the right move. Investigating employers’ recruitment strategies. Personnel Review, 44(5), 781-800. [Link]

Fleischmann, M., Koster, F., & Schippers, J. (2015). Nothing ventured, nothing gained! How and under which conditions employers provide employability-enhancing practices to their older workers. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(22), 2908-2925. [Link]

Meurs, D., Koster, F., Van Nispen tot Pannerden (2014). Expectations and performance. Journal of Positive Management, 5(4), 50-68. [Link, Open Access]

Struik, M.H.L., Koster, F., Schuit, A.J., Nugteren, R., Veldwijk, J. & Lambooij, M.S. (2014). The preferences of users of Electronic Medical Records in hospitals: Quantifying the relative importance of barriers and facilitators of an innovation. Implementation Science, 9. [Link, Open Access]

Koster, F. (2014). “When two worlds collide”. Career satisfaction and altruistic organizational citizenship behavior. International Journal of Business Science and Applied Management, 9(1), 1-12. [Link, Open Access]

Paskov, M., & Koster, F. (2014). Institutions, employment insecurity and polarization in support for unemployment benefits. Journal of European Social Policy, 24(4), 367-382.

Fenger, M., Koster, F., Struyven, L., & Van der Veen, R. (2014). Smart policies or sheer luck ? Labour market resilience in the low countries. Social Policy & Administration, 48(4), 492–513.

Münderlein, M., Koster, F., Dykstra, P., & Schippers, J. (2014). Hello pension, goodbye tension? The impact of work and institutions on older workers' labour market participation in Europe. International Journal of Ageing and Later Life, 8, 2, 1-35. [Link, Open Access]

Zwiers & Koster, F. (2014). The local structure of the welfare state. Uneven effects of social spending on poverty within countries. Urban Studies, 52(1),87-102. [Link]

Wielers, R.J.J., Münderlein, M. & Koster, F. (2014). Part-time work and work hour preferences. An international comparison. European Sociological Review, 30(1), 76-89. [Link]

Münderlein, M., Ybema, J.F. & Koster, F. (2013). Happily ever after? Explaining turnover and retirement intentions of older workers in the Netherlands. Career Development International, 18(6), 548-568. [Link]

Koster, F. (2013). Economic openness and welfare state attitudes. A multilevel study across 67 countries. International Journal of Social Welfare, 23(2), 128-138. [Link]

Koster, F. (2013). Sociality in diverse societies. A regional analysis across European countries. Social Indicators Research, 111(2), 579-601. [Link, Open Access]

Burgoon, B., Koster, F. & Van Egmond, M. (2012). Support for redistribution and the paradox of immigration. Journal of European Social Policy, 22(3), 288-304. [Link]

Koster, F. & Kaminska, M.E. (2012). Welfare state values in the European Union, 2002-2008. A multilevel investigation of formal institutions and individual attitudes. Journal of European Public Policy, 19(6), 900-920. [Link]

Gërxhani, K. & Koster, F. (2012). "I am not alone". Understanding public support for the welfare state. International Sociology, 27(6), 768-787. [Link]

Caminada, K. Goudswaard, K. & Koster, F. (2012). Social income transfers and poverty: a cross-country analysis for OECD countries. International Journal of Social Welfare, 21(2), 115-126. [Link]

Van Vliet, O.P. & Koster, F. (2011). Europeanisation and the political economy of active labour market policies. European Union Politics, 12(2), 217-239.[Link]

Koster, F. (2011). Able, willing and knowing. The effects of HR practices on commitment and effort in 26 European countries. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22(14), 2835-2851. [Link]

Koster, F. (2010). Welfare state attitudes and economic integration in the EU, 1992-2002. A multilevel investigation across 24 countries. Policy & Politics, 38(2), 179-195. [Link]

Koster, F., Goudriaan, H. & Van der Schans, C. (2009). Shame and punishment. An international comparative study on the effects of religious affiliation and religiosity on attitudes to offending. European Journal of Criminology, 6(6), 481-495. [Link]

Koster, F. (2009). Risk management in a globalizing world. An empirical analysis of individual preferences in 26 European countries. International Social Security Review, 62(3), 79-98. [Link]

Koster, F. (2009). The welfare state and globalisation: down and out or too tough to die? International Journal of Social Welfare, 18(2), 153-162. [Link]

Koster, F. (2008). The effects of social and political openness on the welfare state in 18 OECD countries. International Journal of Social Welfare, 17(4), 291-300. [Link]

Koster, F. & Bruggeman, J.P. (2008). The institutional embeddedness of social capital. A multilevel investigation across 24 European countries. Policy & Politics, 36(3), 397-412. [Link]

Koster, F. (2007). Globalization, social structure and the willingness to help others. A multilevel analysis across 26 countries. European Sociological Review, 23(4), 537-551. [Link]

Koster, F. & Sanders, K. (2007). Serial solidarity: the effects of experiences and expectations on the cooperative behavior of employees. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 18(4), 568-585. [Link]

Koster, F., Stokman, F., Hodson, R. & Sanders, K. (2007). Solidarity through networks: the effects of task and informal interdependence on cooperation within teams. Employee Relations, 29(2), 117-137. [Link]

Lambooij, M., Sanders, K., Koster, F. & Zwiers, M. (2006). Human resource practices and organisational performance: can the HRM-performance linkage be explained by the cooperative behaviours of employees? Management Revue, 17(3), 223-240. [Link]

Koster, F. & Sanders, K. (2006). Organisational citizens or reciprocal relationships? An empirical comparison. Personnel Review, 35(5), 519-537. [Link]

Koster, F., Sanders, K. & Van Emmerik, H. (2003). Solidarity of temporary workers. The effects of temporal and network embeddedness on solidarity of Ph.D. students. The Netherlands Journal of Social Sciences, 38(1), 65-80.