• 12.PD Addressing Intergroup Inequality by Invoking the Moral Responsibility of the Powerful

    12.4 Gendered Complicity as Motivated Ignorance: Shared Responsibility in Cases of Oppression

    12.3 Methods of justification and the role of moral theory in bioethics

    12.1 Decision Making and Responsibility Allocation

    11.6 Mobilizing Households for a Sustainable Energy Transition

    11.3 Identity Signaling and Sustainable Cooperation

    10.6: Global financial governance networks: ruptures, reforms and the rise of China

    9.7 Connecting Organizational Stakeholders: Corporate Values and Business Practices

    9.2 Running the family business: Stakeholders, values and reputation

    7.7 The role of organizational diversity approaches and employee diversity ideologies in LGBTI+ inclusion in organizations

    7.6 Cross-border network governance for sustainable training in health care

    7.4 Diversity and multiplexity on the job: drawing on colleagues for career success

    7.3 The professional-private life distinction and its implications for employees’ well-being and cooperation with co-workers

    6.5 Informal Social Networks and Organizational Inclusion: The Invisible Minority’s Dilemma

    6.4 Reconciling epistemic and demographic diversity

    5.7 The impact of volunteer initiatives for informal language learning on the integration of migrant newcomers

    5.6 Urban Collective Living Arrangements: Golden Key to Sustainable Communities?

    4.5 Sustainable Labor Market Integration of First Generation Migrant Groups: The Quest for the ‘Migrant-Organization Fit’

    4.3. Volunteering for helping refugees in the Netherlands: Building a common identity

    2.7 Long-term employment consequences of informal caregiving: A life-course perspective

    2.5 Family Members Stimulating Community Involvement

    2.2 Childrearing in Diverse Family Structures: Behavior and Fairness

    4.1 Caring Communities: Integrating Newcomers into the Labour Market

    8.5 Social Network and Prosocial Work Behavior of Men and Women

    10.3 The Link between Cooperation and Social Networks: Exclusion or Stimulation of Defectors?

    9.6 Gigs of their own: Are worker-owned and worker-governed platforms viable?

    4.2 Sustainability of Public Goods in a Changing Society

    3.3 The emergence of sustainable care cooperatives: the role of social networks

    12.2 Degrees of Moral Responsibility

    7.5 Sustainable Collaborative Networks: Design, Dynamics, and Decay of Cooperation in a Multilevel Organizational Field

    11.2 Group Norms, Intrinsic Motivation and Sustainable Energy Consumption

    8.2 Flexible Employment in 21st Century Workplaces: The Co-Evolution of Inter-Organizational Employment Networks, Flexible Employment Practices, and Workplace Cooperative Performance

    6.3 Ethnic Diversity, Norms and Networks

    2.1 Dual Identities and Cooperation between Partners: Facilitating Work-Life Balance