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Just how multi-level is leadership research? A document co-citation analysis 1980–2013 on leadership constructs and outcomes

Bernd Vogel;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Feb 2017
  • Publisher: Elsevier
The use of multi-level theories and methodologies in leadership has gained momentum in recent years. However, the leadership field still suffers from a fragmented and unclear evolution and practice of multi-level approaches. The questions of how and to what extent multi-level research has evolved in both leadership phenomena and leadership outcomes, and which informal research networks drove this evolution, remain vastly unexplored. In this study, the extent of literature published between 1980 and 2013 is analyzed using a document co-citation analysis and invisible colleges' framework. This allows us to map the evolution of the multi-level intellectual structur...
free text keywords: Applied Psychology, Business and International Management, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, Sociology and Political Science
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