Research Output per year
H.J. Christian van der Krift, MSc. graduated in 2016 at the Eindhoven University of Technology on the topic of perceptual distance between owner and contractor in the construction industry. This master thesis has been further developed into a conference paper presented at the 26th IPSERA Conference. Currently, he pursues a Ph.D. at the School of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences in the Innovation, Technology Entrepreneurship & Marketing group. Van der Krift’s research interests lie in inter-organizational relationships (mainly in the project industry), specifically the relational governance that is applied within these collaborations.
Does controlling work? Mediated power and contractual specificity as means to align perceptions in projectsvan der Krift, H. J. C., van Weele, A. J. & Gevers, J. M. P., 26 Mar 2018, (Unpublished)
Research output: Contribution to conference › Other › Academic
“I want it that way” and other aspects of the application of performance reviews that negatively affect project outcomesvan der Krift, H. J. C., van Weele, A. J. & Gevers, J. M. P., 18 Dec 2018, IEEM 2018 conference.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution › Academic › peer-review
Research output: Book/Report › Report › Professional
Perceptual distance between buyer and supplier and project outcomes: an exploratory study in the construction industryvan der Krift, H. J. C., van Weele, A. J. & Gevers, J. M. P., 11 Apr 2017, (Unpublished)
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › Academic
Activities per year
Student thesis: Master