Bibliography of telework related literature by members of the ITA Board

  1. Attema, J., K. Breedveld, et al. (2007). ICT en arbeid: over de verwachtingen van tijdwinst, tijdsoevereiniteit en leuker werk. Jaarboek ICT en Samenleving: gewoon digitaal. J. Steyaert and J. d. Haan. Amsterdam, Boom: 109-127.
  2. Batenburg, R. and P. Peters (2005). The Diffusion and Deployment of Telework in Organizations. Creation, Use and Deployment of Digital Information. H. v. Oostendorp, L. Breure and A. Dillon. Mahwah, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: 263-278.
  3. Bergum, S. (2000). Managerial communication in telework. Linkøping Studies in Science and Technology. Linköping, Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science.
  4. Bergum, S. (2007). “What Has Happened to Telework? – Failure, Diffusion or Modification.” The Journal of eWorking 1(2).
  5. Bergum, S. (2008). Management at a distance is not uniform: Variations in management of remote employees in a geographically distributed public organisation. ICE 2008. Lisbon, Portugal.
  6. Bergum, S. (2009). Management of Teleworkers. Turku, Turku School of Economics.
  7. Bergum, S. (2010). Management of Subordinates at a Distance: A Balance Between co-located and virtual activities. 6th European Conference on Management, Leadership and Governance. Wroclaw, Poland, College of Management Edukacja & Professional Delvelopment Centre Edukacja.
  8. Bleijenbergh, I., P. Peters, et al. (2010). “Diversity Management: Beyond the Business Case.” Equality, Diversity and Inclusion 29(5): 413-421.
  9. Boiarov, S. (2005). Preparar el camino de la inclusión laboral: Discapacidad y teletrabajo. Construir una Sociedad de la Información inclusiva, centrada en la persona y orientada al desarrollo. C. B. Aires. Buenos Aires, Centro de Información de Naciones Unidas para Argentina y Uruguay: n.p. http://www.innovemosdoc.cl/nuevas_tecnologias/documento/cumbre_mundial.pdf
  10. Boiarov, S. (2007). Export of teleservices for the social and labor inclusion of Latin America and the Caribbean, IDRC. http://www.etis-lac.org.ar/english/summary.html
  11. Boiarov, S. (2009). Telecapacitados. Teletrabajo para la inclusión laboral de personas con discapacidad  (Resumen de la investigación). Colección Temas de Derecho Laboral N° 2 – Teletrabajo, parasubordinación y dependencia laboral. A. G. Vior. Buenos Aires, Erreparar: 69-96. http://www.caminandoutopias.org.ar/contenidos/notas/teletrabajo/Errepar_BOIAROV.pdf
  12. Boiarov, S. (2009). Teleworking for labor inclusion of people with disabilities, IDRC. http://www.telecapacitados.tic.org.ar/index.en.php
  13. Boiarov, S. (2010). Cómo empiezo a teletrabajar? Buenos Aires, Edicon.
  14. Boiarov, S. (2011). Lo que los líderes de recursos humanos deben saber sobre el teletrabajo. Buenos Aires, Comisión de Teleservicios en la Sociedad de la Información y el Conocimiento. http://www.caminandoutopias.org.ar/accesible/tt_lideres_rrhh_boiarov.pdf
  15. Boiarov, S., Ed. (2011). Teletrabajo para la inclusión laboral de personas con discapacidad, IDRC. http://www.telecapacitados.tic.org.ar/index.es.php
  16. Boiarov, S. (2011). Telework Argentina, Telework For Sustainable Development, IDRC. http://telework2010.tic.org.ar/libros/libroingles.pdf
  17. Boiarov, S. and A. C. Rozo (2007). Exportadores de Servicios en Internet. Buenos Aires, Ñ El Cid Editor.
  18. Cullen, K., K. Gareis, et al. (2010). Company initiatives for workers with care responsibilities for disabled children or adults. Working Papers. Dublin, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions. http://www.eurofound.europa.eu/pubdocs/2010/62/en/1/EF1062EN.pdf
  19. Cullen, K., N. Kordey, et al. (2003). Work and Family in the eWork Era. Amsterdam et al., IOS Press.
  20. Dulk, L. d., P. Peters, et al. (2010). “The Extended Business Case for Childcare and Leave Arrangements in Western and Eastern Europe.” Baltic Journal of Management 5(2): 156-184. empirica (2003). Benchmarking Work, Skills and Employment in the Information Society in Europe and the US. SIBIS Topic Reports. Brussels, European Commission.
  21. Gareis, K. (1998). Telework and the Bottom Line – Costs and Benefits of Telework in German Insurance  Companies. Teleworking Environments, Third International Workshop on Telework. R. Suomi, P. Jackson, L. Hollmén and M. Aspnäs. Turku, Finland, TUCS.
  22. Gareis, K. (2000). Wirtschaftlichkeit der Telearbeit – aktueller Stand der Debatte und neue Erkenntnisse. Report Telearbeit – Wie man sie einführt und als Innovationsmotor nutzt. W. B. Korte, C. Flüter-Hoffmann and R.
  23. Kowitz. Düsseldorf, Symposion: 93-104.
  24. Gareis, K. (2001). The Electronic Freelancing Economy: Myth or Reality? An Overview of Evidence. STAR Issue Reports. Milano, Databank.
  25. Gareis, K. (2001). Internet-based Labour Markets: Status Quo and Potential. E-work and E-commerce. Novel Solutions and Practices for a Global Networked Economy. B. Stanford-Smith and E. Chiozza. Amsterdam et al., IOS Press: 263-269.
  26. Gareis, K. (2002). e-Lancing – The Future of Work? Challenges and Achievements in E-business and E-work. B. e. a. Stanford-Smith. Amsterdam et al., IOS Press: 448-457.
  27. Gareis, K. (2002). The Intensity of Telework in 2002 in the EU, Switzerland and the USA. New Work 2002 – Annual International Telework Forum Congress. Badajoz, Spain. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2002/Gareis_Telework-intensity_2002.pdf
  28. Gareis, K. (2003). Home-based vs. Mobile Telework: The Interrelationship between Different Types of Telework. Organisation and Work Beyond 2000. B. Rapp and P. Jackson. Heidelberg Physica: 171-185.
  29. Gareis, K. (2006). New Work Environments: An Overview of Available Evidence on Success Factors and Impacts. empirica Working Paper Series, Bonn, empirica. 07/2006.
  30. Gareis, K. (2006). New Work Environments: An Upcoming Paradigm and How to Measure It. empirica Working Paper Series, Bonn, empirica. 06/2006.
  31. Gareis, K. (2007). The State of eWork in Europe Today. 12th International Workshop on Telework Lillehammer, unpublished. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2007/gareis_keynote%28final%29.pdf
  32. Gareis, K. (2008). Consolidated Findings from NEW GLOBAL Survey. St. Gallen, Institut für Medien- und Kommunikationsmanagement, Universität St.Gallen. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2008/newglobal_surveyresults-final.pdf
  33. Gareis, K., T. Hanhike, et al. (2007). eWork and Pro-Active Work Organisation: Reaping the Benefits of ICTbased Forms of Working. 12th International Workshop on Telework (ITA 2007). Lillehammer, unpublished. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2007/gareis+hanhike+ylostalo.pdf
  34. Gareis, K. and T. Hüsing (2002). A New Approach Towards Measuring Spread and Outcomes of Telework. Challenges and Achievements in E-business and E-work. B. e. a. Stanford-Smith. Amsterdam et al., IOS Press: 497-503.
  35. Gareis, K. and T. Hüsing (2008). Measuring Transformational Use of ICTs at Regional Level. Research Handbook on ICT Enabled Transformational Government: A Global Perspective’. V. Weerakkody, Janssen, M. and Dwivedi, Y.K. Hershey, PA, IGI Global. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2008/transformative_egov_final.pdf
  36. Gareis, K., T. Hüsing, et al. (2004). What Drives eWork? An Exploration into Determinants of eWork Uptake in Europe. 9th International Telework Workshop. Heraklion. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2004/Gareis-ea_What-Drives-eWork_2004.pdf
  37. Gareis, K., T. Hüsing, et al. (2003). Multi-locational Work and the Region. Building the Knowledge Economy. Issues, Applications, Case Studies. P. e. a. Cunningham. Amsterdam/Berlin IOS Press. 2: 1156-1162. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2003/eChallenges_e-2003_ref_132.pdf
  38. Gareis, K., T. Hüsing, et al. (2003). New Ways of Working in the Information Society: A Regional Perspective. Europe in Global World – Blending Differences. G. e. al. Lodz, Poland, CASE Foundation, Lodz 2003.
  39. Gareis, K. and N. Kordey (1999). “Telework – an Overview of Likely Impacts on Traffic and Settlement Patterns.”Netcom 13(3-4): 265-286.
  40. Gareis, K. and N. Kordey (2000). The Spread of Telework in 2005. E-Business — Key Issues, Applications, Technologies. B. Stanford-Smith and P. T. Kidd. Amsterdam et al., IOS Press: 83-89.
  41. Gareis, K. and N. Kordey (2000). Wirtschaftlichkeit. CSCW-Kompendium – Lehr- und Handbuch für das computerunterstützte kooperative Arbeiten. G. Schwabe, N. Streitz and R. Unland. Berlin, Springer.
  42. Gareis, K., N. Kordey, et al. (1999). Telearbeit in Versicherungen. Schriftenreihe media NRW. Düsseldorf, media NRW.
  43. Gareis, K., N. Kordey, et al. (1999). “Umsetzung von Telearbeit in der Praxis. Konkrete Empfehlungen für Versicherungsunternehmen.” Versicherungswirtschaft(8): 524-528.
  44. Gareis, K., N. Kordey, et al. (2002). Räumliche Wirkungen der Telearbeit – Auswirkungen auf die Stadtentwicklung. “Neue Medien” und Stadtentwicklung – Expertenbeiträge. H. Floeting. Berlin, Deutsches Institut für Urbanistik: 35-43.
  45. Gareis, K. and W. Korte (2002). ICTs and the Adapatability ofWork Arrangements in the EU. 10th European Conference on Information Systems ‘ECIS 2002 – Information Systems and the Future of the Digital Economy’. S. Wrycza. Gdansk, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego: 1101-1112.
  46. Gareis, K. and W. B. Korte (2002). Telework in Europe: Status Quo and Potential, Good Practices and Bad Practices. Telearbeit: Arbeits- und Gesundheitsschutz aus internationaler Sicht. B. f. A. u. Arbeitsmedizin. Dortmund & Berlin: 43-74.
  47. Gareis, K. and W. B. Korte (2004). eWork in Germany. Collaboration@Work. The 2004 Report on new working environments and practices. D. I. S. a. M. Commission of the European Communities. Luxembourg, Office for Offical Publications of the European Communities. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2004/GareisKorte_ework-Germany_2004.pdf
  48. Gareis, K. and W. B. Korte (2005). eWork in Germany. Collaboration@Work. The 2005 Report on new working environments and practices. D. I. S. a. M. Commission of the European Communities. Luxembourg, Office for Offical Publications of the European Communities. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2005/Gareis-Korte_eWork_2005.pdf
  49. Gareis, K., W. B. Korte, et al. (2006). eWork and New Forms of Work Organisation in Germany. Collaboration@Work. The 2006 Report on new working environments and practice. D. I. S. a. M. Commission of the European Communities. Luxembourg, Office for Offical Publications of the European Communities: 64-68.
  50. Gareis, K., S. Lilischkis, et al. (2006). Mapping the Mobile eWorkforce in Europe. Mobile Virtual Work – A New Paradigm? E. Andriessen and M. Vartiainen. Berlin, Springer: 45-70.
  51. Gareis, K. and A. Mentrup (2001). On the e-Work Frontier: Developments Towards an Internet-based Labour Market in a Forerunner Industry. STAR Issue Reports. Milano, Databank.
  52. Gareis, K. and A. Mentrup (2001). Virtualisation of Labour Market Transactions: Technological Potential and Status Quo. STAR Issue Reports. Milano, Databank.
  53. Hanhike, T. and K. Gareis (2004). Modelling eWork – Towards a better understanding of information technology’s impact on workplaces and work locations. 22nd Annual International Labour Process Conference. Amsterdam. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2004/HanhikeGareis_ModellingeWork_2004.pdf
  54. Hempel, V., N. Kordey, et al. (2005). “Das Projekt active@work.” Personal Führung 3: 28-37
  55. Heuvel, V. d., T. and P. Peters (1994). Vrouwen, arbeid en zorg: een geannoteerde bibliografie. Tilburg, Tilburg University Press.
  56. Hillebrink, C., J. Schippers, et al. (2008). “Offering choice in benefits: a new Dutch HRM arrangements.” International Journal of Manpower 29(4): 304-322.
  57. Hillebrink, C., J. Schippers, et al. (2004). “Het gebruik van een meerkeuzesysteem arbeidsvoorwaarden.” Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraaagstukken 20(1): 47-60.
  58. Hillebrink, C., J. Schippers, et al. (2007). Trading time and money: Explaining employee participation and leave choices in a Flexible Benefit Plan. Competing Claims in Work and Family Life. T. v. d. Lippe and P. Peters. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 175-194.
  59. Klaveren, M. v., K. Tijdens, et al. (2003). ICT en telewerken. ICT, arbeid en organisatie. P. Ester, D. Fouarge, M. Kerkhofs and A. Román. Tilburg, OSA: 185-208.
  60. Klaveren, M. v., K. Tijdens, et al. (2005). IT and telework. Flexible Working and Organisational Change. The Integration of Work and Personal Life. B. Peper, A. v. Doorne-Huiskes and L. d. Dulk. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 268-293.
  61. Kordey, N. and K. Gareis (1997). “Telearbeit in Städten und Gemeinden.” Stadt und Gemeinde(4-5): 87-93.
  62. Kordey, N., K. Gareis, et al. (1999). Telearbeit für Führungskräfte in mittelständischen Unternehmen. Eschborn, RKW-Verlag. Korte, W. B. (2000). Erfahrungen mit Telezentren in Deutschland und im Ausland – Top oder Flop? Telezentren -Zukunft oder schon Vergangenheit? W. Glaser. Stuttgart et al., Kohlhammer: 108-119.
  63. Korte, W. B. and N. Kordey (2003). Telework in Europe. Organisation and Work Beyond 2000. B. Rapp and P. Jackson. Heidelberg, Physica: 287-299.
  64. Leeds, B. (1998). “Different strokes: managing teleworkers at ICL.” Flexible Working 3(4).
  65. Leeds, B. (2002). “Telework: an employee or an employer benefit?” Management Case Quarterly 5(3).
  66. Leeds, B. and O. Leeds (2001). Trusting Teleworkers. Telework 2001: The 8th European Assembly on New Ways to Work. Helsinki.
  67. Leeds, B. and O. Leeds (2003). Telework: family friendly Or employer friendly? Organisation And Work Beyond 2000. B. Rapp and P. Jackson. Heidelberg, Physica-Verlag: 157-170.
  68. Limburg, D. and P. Jackson (2007). “Teleworkflow: supporting remote control with Workflow Management Systems.” New Technology, Work and Employment 22(2): 146-167. http://www.inderscience.com/www/info/ijwi/art/tjew2205.pdf
  69. Limburg, D. and P. Jackson (2008). “Performance management for teleworking: The role of workflow management systems.” The Journal of eWorking 2(2): 159-176.
  70. Limburg, D. and P. Jackson (2011). “Information Systems supporting remote control: An evaluation Framework.” Journal of Organizational Transformation and Social Change.
  71. Limburg, D. O. (2002). Making Telework a Reality. A Method of Introducing a New Way of Working into Organisations. Enschede, Twente University Press.
  72. Limburg, D. O. (2002). Realising new organisational forms. eBusiness and Workplace Redesign. P. J. Jackson and R. Suomi. London, Routledge: 83-102.
  73. Limburg, D. O. (2003). Learning to Telework. Organisation And Work Beyond 2000. B. Rapp and P. Jackson. Heidelberg, Physica-Verlag: 117-134.
  74. Lippe, T., van der and P. Peters (2007). Introduction. Competing Claims in Work and Family Life. T. v. d. Lippe and P. Peters. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 1-17.
  75. Lippe, T., van der and P. Peters (2007). Preface. Competing Claims in Work and Family Life. v. d. Lippe, T. and P. Peters. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: xv-xvi.
  76. Pas, B. R., A. L. M. Lagro-Janssen, et al. (2008). “Genderverschillen in carrièremotivatie: ambities van vrouwelijke artsen vooral gebaat bij carrièreondersteuning.” Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde 152(40): 2172-2176.
  77. Pas, B. R., A. L. M. Lagro-Janssen, et al. (2008). “Genderverschillen in carrièremotivatie: ambities van vrouwelijke artsen vooral gebaat bij carrièreondersteuning.” Ned Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde 152(40): 2172- 2176.
  78. Peters, C. P. (2001). Onthaasten in het ICT-tijdperk: Utopie of werkelijkheid? Een nieuwe economie, een bevrijde tijd. De rol van ICT in versnelling én onthaasting? C. Hogenhuis, E. v. d. Panne and T. Hoekstra. Kampen, Uitgeverij Kok: 105-125.
  79. Peters, C. P. (2001). “Tijdsdruk en de individualisering van het Nederlandse work-and-spendmechanisme.” Vrijetijdstudies 19(1): 5-20.
  80. Peters, P. (1996). Role combination in Dutch households and consequences for leisure. Work and Leisure and the Quality of Life: A Global Perspective. C. Gratton. Sheffield, Leisure Industries Research Centre.
  81. Peters, P. (2000). “Convergentie, divergentie en tijdsdruk. Ontwikkelingen in tijdsbestedingspatronen van Nederlandse vrouwen en mannen, 1975-95.” Sociale Wetenschappen 43(2): 46-67.
  82. Peters, P. (2010). Telewerken: een overzicht van onderzoek, cao-ontwikkelingen en praktijkvoorbeelden. OR Handboek, Kluwer. De nieuwe werknemer: trends in arbeidsvoorwaardenbeleid. G. Bruinsma. Alphen aan den Rijn, Kluwer business: 141-159.
  83. Peters, P. (2011). New Forms of Work-Flexible working time arrangements in the Netherlands: exchange of good practice, European Commission.
  84. Peters, P. and R. Batenburg (2004). “De keuze van organisaties voor thuiswerken en formeel thuiswerkbeleid.”Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken 20(1): 32-46.
  85. Peters, P. and R. Batenburg (2004). “Dilemma’s in het thuiswerkbeleid van Nederlandse bedrijven: Nieuwe punten voor de HRM-agenda.” Tijdschrift voor HRM(3): 25-48.
  86. Peters, P., I. Bleijenbergh, et al. (2009). “Cultural Sources of Variance in Telework Adoption in Two Subsidiaries of an ICT-Multinational.” International Journal of Employment Studies 17(2): 66-101.
  87. Peters, P., I. Bleijenbergh, et al. (2009). “The telework adoption process in a Dutch and French subsidiary of the same ICT-multinational: how national culture and management principles affect the success of telework programs.” The Journal of E-Working 3(1): 1-16.
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  89. Peters, P., d. Bruijn, T., et al. (2011). “Plezier in Het Nieuwe Werken.” Tijdschrift voor HRM 14(1): 31-47.
  90. Peters, P. and L. d. Dulk (2003). “Cross cultural differences in managers’ support for home-based telework. A theoretical elaboration.” International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 3(3):  329-346.
  91. Peters, P., L. d. Dulk, et al. (2008). “Effecten van tijd-ruimtelijke flexibiliteit en ‘nieuwe arbeidscondities’ op de balans tussen werk en privé.” Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken 24(4): 341-362.
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  95. Peters, P. and S. Heusinkveld (2008). “Voorvechter of dwarsligger? De invloed van omgevingsfactoren op de verwachtingen van managers ten aanzien van telethuiswerken.” Tijdschrift voor Management en Organisatie 62(6): 22-41.
  96. Peters, P. and S. Heusinkveld (2010). “Institutional Explanations for Managers’ Attitudes towards Telehomeworking.” Human Relations 63(1): 1-29.
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  99. Peters, P. and T. v. d. Lippe (2007). “The Time Pressure Reducing Potential of Telehomeworking: the Dutch Case.” International Journal of HRM 18(3): 430-447.
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  103. Peters, P. and M. Wildenbeest (2010). “Telewerken als hulpbron: Een vergelijking van flow en uitputting tussen marginale en substantiële telewerkers.” Gedrag & Organisatie 23(2): 97-117.
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