Bibliography

Bibliography of literature related to teleworking by ITA Former Board Members 

 

1.Attema, J., K.Breedveld, et al. (2007). ICT en arbeid: over de verwachtingen van tijdwinst, tijdsoevereiniteit en leuker werk. Jaarboek ICT en Samenleving: digital gewoon. J. Steyaert and J. d. Haan Amsterdam, Boom: 109-127. 

 

2. Batenburg, R. and P. Peters (2005). The Diffusion and Implementation of Telework in Organizations.Creation, Use and Deployment of Digital Information. H. v. Oostendorp, Breuer and A. Dillon. Mahwah, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: 263-278. 

 

3. Bergum, S. (2000). Managerial communication in telework. Linkoping Studies in Science and Technology. Linkoping, Linkoping University, Department of Computing and Information Science.

 

4. Bergum, S. (2007). “What happened to telecommuting? – Failure, Diffusion or Modification.”TheJournal of eWorking 1 (2).

 

5. Bergum, S. (2008). Remote management is not uniform: Variations in the management of remote employees in a geographically distributed public organization. ICE 2008. Lisbon, Portugal. 

 

6. Bergum, S. (2009). Teleworkers Management. Turku, Turku School of Economics. 

 

7. Bergum, S. (2010). Remote subordinate management: a balance between virtual and co-located activities. 6th European Conference on Management, Leadership and Governance. Wroclaw, Poland, Edukacja Business School and Edukacja Professional Development Center. 

 

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). Prepare the way for labor inclusion: Discapacidad y teletrabajo. Build an inclusive, information-centered, development-oriented Information Society. CB Aires. Buenos Aires, United Nations Information Center for Argentina and Uruguay: np http://www.innovemosdoc.cl/nuevas_tecnológicas/documento/cumbre_mundial.pdf 

 

10. Boiarov, S. (2007). Export of teleservices for social and labor inclusion from Latin America and the Caribbean, IDRC. http://www.etis-lac.org.ar/english/summary.html 

 

11. Boiarov, S. (2009). Telecapacizados. Teletrabajo for the labor inclusion of people with disabilities (Summary of the investigation). Colección Temas de Derecho Laboral N ° 2 – Teletrabajo, parasubordinación y dependencia laboral. AG Vior. Buenos Aires, Erreparar: 69-96. http://www.caminandoutopias.org.ar/contenidos/notas/teletrabajo/Errepar_BOIAROV.pdf 

 

12. Boiarov, S. (2009). Teleworking for the labor inclusion of people with disabilities, IDRC. http://www.telecapacitados.tic.org.ar/index.en.php 

 

13. Boiarov, S. (2010). How can I telework? Buenos Aires, Edicon. 

 

14. Boiarov, S. (2011). What the winners of a foreground have to know about teletrabajo. Buenos Aires, Teleservice Commission on Information Society and Knowledge. http://www.caminandoutopias.org.ar/accesible/tt_lideres_rrhh_boiarov.pdf 

 

15. Boiarov, S., Ed. (2011). Teletrabajo for Labor Inclusion of People with Disabilities, IDRC. http://www.telecapacitados.tic.org.ar/index.es.php 

 

16. Boiarov, S. (2011). Telework Argentina, Telework for Sustainable Development, IDRC. 

17. Boiarov, S. and AC Rozo (2007). Internet Service Exporters. Buenos Aires, Ñ El Cid Editor. 

 

18. Cullen, K., K. Gareis, et al. (2010). Company initiatives for workers with care responsibilities for children with disabilities 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 child care and leave arrangements in Western and Eastern Europe.” Baltic Journal of Management 5 (2): 156-184. empirical (2003). Benchmarking Work, Skills and Employment in the Information Society in Europe and the USA. SIBIS topic reports. Brussels, European Commission. 

 

21. Gareis, K. (1998). Teleworking and Final Results – Costs and Benefits of Teleworking in German Insurance Companies. Teleworking Environments, Third International Workshop on Teleworking. R. Suomi, P. Jackson, L. Hollmén and M. Aspnäs. Turku, Finland, TUCS. 

 

22. Gareis, K. (2000). Wirtschaftlichkeit der Telearbeit – aktueller Stand from Debatte und neue Erkenntnisse. Telearbeit Report – Wie man sie einführt und als Innovationsmotor nutzt. WB Korte, C. Flüter-Hoffmann and R. 

 

23. Kowitz Düsseldorf, Symposium: 93-104. 

 

24. Gareis, K. (2001). The electronic freelancer economy: myth or reality? An overview of the evidence. STAR Emission Reports. Milano, database. 

 

25. Gareis, K. (2001). Internet-based labor markets: status quo and potential. E-work and e-commerce. New solutions and practices for a global network 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. and 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 Congress of the International Teleworking Forum. Badajoz, Spain. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2002/Gareis_Telework-intensity_2002.pdf 

 

28. Gareis, K. (2003). Home-based versus mobile telemarketing: the interrelationship between different types of telework. Organization and Work Beyond 2000. B. Rapp and P. Jackson. Heidelberg Physica: 171-185. 

 

29. Gareis, K. (2006). New Work Environments: An Overview of the Evidence Available on Success Factors and Impacts. empirica Working Paper Series, Bonn, empirica. 07/2006. 

 

30. Gareis, K. (2006). New Work Environments: A Future 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 Results of the 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 Organization: reaping the benefits of ICT-based ways of working. 12th International Workshop on Teleworking (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 for measuring spread and Telework results. Challenges and Achievements in E-business and E-work. B. and Stanford-Smith. Amsterdam et al., IOS Press: 497-503. 

 

35. Gareis, K. and T. Hüsing (2008). Measuring the Transformational Use of ICTs at the Regional Level. Research Manual on Transformational Governance with ICT: A Global Perspective ‘. V. Weerakkody, Janssen, M. and Dwivedi, YK 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 of the determinants of eWork absorption in Europe. 9th International Workshop on Teleworking. Heraklion. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2004/Gareis-ea_What-Drives-eWork_2004.pdf 

 

37. Gareis, K., T. Hüsing, et al. (2003). Multi-site work and the Region. Building the Knowledge Economy. Issues, Applications, Case Studies. P. and 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 the global world – mixing differences. G. e. al. Lodz, Poland, CASE Foundation, Lodz 2003. 

 

39. Gareis, K. e N. Kordey (1999). “Teletrabalho – uma visão geral dos impactos prováveis ​​nos padrões de tráfego e liquidação”. Netcom 13 (3-4): 265-286. 

 

40. Gareis, K. e N. Kordey (2000). A disseminação do Teletrabalho em 2005. E-Business – Principais Problemas, Aplicações, Tecnologias. B. Stanford-Smith and PT Kidd. Amsterdam et al., IOS Press: 83-89. 

 

41. Gareis, K. e N. Kordey (2000). Economics. CSCW Compendium – instruction and manual for computer-assisted cooperative work. G. Schwabe, N. Streitz e R. Unland. Berlim, jumper. 

 

42. Gareis, K., N. Kordey, et al. (1999). Teleworking insurance. Mídia series NRW. Düsseldorf, mídia NRW. 

 

43. Gareis, K., N. Kordey, et al. (1999). “Implementation of telework in practice. Specific recommendations for insurance companies. Insurance industry (8): 524-528. 

 

44. Gareis, K., N. Kordey, et al. (2002). Spatial Effects of Teleworking – Effects on Urban Development. “New media” and urban development – expert contributions. H. Floeting. Berlim, German Institute for Urbanism: 35-43. 

 

45. Gareis, K. e W. Korte (2002). As TIC and a adaptabilidade dos acordos de trabalho na UE 10ª Conferência Europeia sobre Sistemas de Informação – ECIS 2002 – Sistemas de Informação e o Futuro da Economia Digital. S. Wrycza. Gdansk, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego: 1101-1112. 

 

46. ​​Gareis, K. e WB Korte (2002). Teletrabalho na Europa: status quo e potencial, boas práticas e más práticas. Teleworking: occupational health and safety from an international perspective. B. f. A. u. Health. Dortmund e Berlim: 43-74. 

 

47. Gareis, K. e WB Korte (2004). eWork na Alemanha. Colaboração @ Trabalho. O relatório de 2004 sobre novos ambientes e práticas de trabalho. DIS a. M. Comissão das Comunidades Europeias. Luxemburgo, Serviço das Publicações Oficiais das Comunidades Europeias. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2004/GareisKorte_ework-Germany_2004.pdf 

 

48. Gareis, K. e WB Korte (2005). eWork na Alemanha. Colaboração @ Trabalho. O relatório de 2005 sobre novos ambientes e práticas de trabalho. DIS a. M. Comissão das Comunidades Europeias. Luxemburgo, Serviço das Publicações Oficiais das Comunidades Europeias. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2005/Gareis-Korte_eWork_2005.pdf 

 

49. Gareis, K., WB Korte, et al. (2006). eWork e Novas Formas de Organização do Trabalho na Alemanha. Colaboração @ Trabalho. O relatório de 2006 sobre novos ambientes e práticas de trabalho. DIS a. M. Comissão das Comunidades Europeias. Luxemburgo, Serviço das Publicações Oficiais das Comunidades Europeias: 64-68. 

 

50. Gareis, K., S. Lilischkis, et al. (2006). Mapeando o eWorkforce Móvel na Europa. Trabalho Virtual Móvel – About Novo Paradigm? E. Andriessen e M. Vartiainen. Berlim, Springer: 45-70. 

 

51. Gareis, K. e A. Mentrup (2001). Well fronteira do e-Work: Desenvolvimentos rumo a um mercado de trabalho baseado na Internet em uma indústria de precursores. Relatórios de Emissão STAR. Milano, banco de dados. 

 

52. Gareis, K. e A. Mentrup (2001). Virtualização das Transacções do Mercado de Trabalho: Potencial Tecnológico e Status Quo. Relatórios de Emissão STAR. Milano, banco de dados. 

 

53. Hanhike, T. e K. Gareis (2004). Modelagem de eWork – Para uma melhor compreensão do impacto da tecnologia da informação nos locais de trabalho e locais de trabalho. 22ª Conference Anual do Processo Internacional do Trabalho. Amesterdão http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2004/HanhikeGareis_ModellingeWork_2004.pdf 

 

54. Hempel, V., N. Kordey, et al. (2005). “The project active @ work.” Personal leadership 3: 28-37 

 

55. Heuvel, V. d., T. e P. Peters (1994). Vrouwen, em zorg: a memorable bibliography. Tilburg, Tilburg University Press. 

 

56. Hillebrink, C., J. Schippers, et al. (2008). “Oferecendo escolha em benefícios: for novo arranjo holandês de gestão de recursos humanos.” International Journal of Manpower 29 (4): 304-322. 

 

57. Hillebrink, C., J. Schippers, et al. (2004). “Gebruik van een meerkeuzesysteem arbeidsvoorwaarden.” Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraaagstukken 20 (1): 47-60. 

 

58. Hillebrink, C., J. Schippers, et al. (2007). Tempo e dinheiro de negociação: Explicando a participação dos funcionários e deixando opções em um Plano de Benefícios Flexível. Reivindicações concorrentes no trabalho e na vida familiar. T. vd Lippe e P. Peters. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 175-194. 

 

59. Klaveren, M. v., K. Tijdens et ai. (2003). ICT en telewerken. As TIC, em geral, são organizadas. P. Ester, D. Fouarge, M. Kerkhofs and A. Román. Tilburg, OSA: 185-208. 


60. Klaveren, M. v., K. Tijdens et al. (2005). IT and teleworking. Flexible Work and Organizational 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, WB (2000). What to do in Telezentren in Deutschland und im Ausland – Top oder Flop? Telezentren -Zukunft oder schon Vergangenheit? W. Glaser. Stuttgart et al., Kohlhammer: 108-119. 

 

63. Korte, WB and N. Kordey (2003). Teleworking in Europe. Organization and Work Beyond 2000. B. Rapp and P. Jackson. Heidelberg, Physica: 287-299. 

 

64. Leeds, B. (1998). “Different touches: teleworkers management at ICL.” Flexible work 3 (4). 

 

65. Leeds, B. (2002). “Teleworking: an employee or an employer benefit?” Case of Quarterly Management 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 member or employer? Organization and work beyond 2000. B. Rapp and P. Jackson. Heidelberg, Physica-Verlag: 157-170. 

 

68. Limburg, D. and P. Jackson (2007). “Teleworkflow: remote control support 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 telecommuting: the role of workflow management systems.” The Journal of eWorking 2 (2): 159-176. 

 

70. Limburg, D. and P. Jackson (2011). “Information systems that support remote control: an evaluation framework”. Journal of Organizational Transformation and Social Change. 

 

71. Limburg, DO (2002). Making telework a reality. A method of introducing a new way of working in organizations. Enschede, Twente University Press. 

 

72. Limburg, DO (2002). Perceiving new organizational forms. EBusiness and Workplace redesign. PJ Jackson and R. Suomi. London, Routledge: 83-102. 

 

73. Limburg, DO (2003). Learning to Telework. Organization 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 at work and family life. T. vd Lippe and P. Peters. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 1-17. 

 

75. Lippe, T., van der and P. Peters (2007). Preface. Competing claims at work and family life. see Lippe, T. and P. Peters. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: xv-xvi. 

 

76. Pas, BR, ALM Lagro-Janssen, et al. (2008). “Genderverschillen in carrièremotivatie: ambities van vrouwelijke artsen vooral gebaat bij carriereondersteuning.” Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde 152 (40): 2172-2176. 

 

77. Pas, BR, ALM Lagro-Janssen, et al. (2008). “Genderverschillen in carrièremotivatie: ambities van vrouwelijke artsen vooral gebaat bij carriereondersteuning”. Ned Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde 152 (40): 2172-2176. 

 

78. Peters, CP (2001). Onthaasten in het ICT-tijdperk: Utopia of werkelijkheid? And don’t save, bevrijde tijd. De rol van ICT in versnelling onthaasting? C. Hogenhuis, E. vd Panne and T. Hoekstra. Kampen, Uitgeverij Kok: 105-125. 

 

79. Peters, CP (2001). “Tijdsdruk en de individualisering van het Nederlandse work-and-spendmechanisme”. Vrijetijdstudies 19 (1): 5-20. 

 

80. Peters, P. (1996). Combination of roles in Dutch homes and consequences for leisure. Work and leisure and quality of life: a global perspective. C. Gratton. Sheffield, Leisure Industries Research Center. 

 

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 onderoek, cao-ontwikkelingen en praktijkvoorbeelden. OR Handboek, Kluwer. De nieuwe werknemer: trends in arbeidsvoorwaardenbeleid. G. Bruinsma. Alphen aan den Rijn, Kluwer company: 141-159. 

 

83. Peters, P. (2011). New forms of work – Flexibility of working hours in the Netherlands: exchange of good practices, European Commission. 

 

84. Peters, P. and R. Batenburg (2004). “From keuze van organizations voor thuiswerken en formeel thuiswerkbeleid.” Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken 20 (1): 32-46. 

 

85. Peters, P. and R. Batenburg (2004). “The dilemma is on the HRM agenda.” Tijdschrift voor HRM (3): 25-48. 

 

86. Peters, P., I. Bleijenbergh, et al. (2009). “Cultural Sources of Variation in the Adoption of Telework in Two Subsidiaries of a Multinational ICT.” International Journal of Employment Studies 17 (2): 66-101. 

 

87. Peters, P., I. Bleijenbergh, et al. (2009). “T o processo adoção de teletrabalho em uma subsidiária holandesa e francesa da mesma multinacional de tic: como a cultura nacional e os princípios de gestão afetam o sucesso dos programs de teletrabalho.” The Journal of E-Working 3 (1): 1- 16. 

 

88. Peters, P., I. Bleijenbergh, et al. (2010). “Part-time work: Imaging about ambition and part-time work with Dutch women and their managers.” Journal of Gender Studies 13 (4): 21-32. 

 

89. Peters, P., d. Bruijn, T. et al. (2011). “Fun and the New Way of Working.” Journal of HRM 14 (1): 31-47. 

 

90. Peters, P. and L. d. Dulk (2003). “Diferenças culturais cruzadas no apoio dos gerentes ao teletrabalho domiciliar. Uma elaboração teórica. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 3 (3): 329-346. 

 

91. Peters, P., L. d. Dulk et al. (2008). “Efforts of time-spatial flexibility and new working conditions” on the balance between work and private life. 

 

92. Peters, P., L. d. Dulk et al. (2009). “Os Efeitos da Flexibilidade do Tempo-Espacial and Novas Condições de Trabalho no Equilíbrio entre Trabalho and Vida dos Funcionários: O Caso Holandês.” Community, Work & Family 12 (3): 279-298. 

 

93. Peters, P., L. d. Dulk et al. (2010). “Posso trabalhar em casa? As opiniões sobre a relação de emprego refletem as atitudes dos teletrabalhadores and seis organizações do setor financeiro. Igualdade, Diversidade and Inclusão: Uma revista internacional 29 (5): 517-531. 

 

94. Peters, P. and S. Heusinkveld (2008). “Telecommuting as an HR mission.” Personnel policy 44 (6): 16-19. 

 

95. Peters, P. and S. Heusinkveld (2008). “Defender or crossbar? The van der van environmental factors on the expectations of managers with regard to telework. “Management and Organization Journal 62 (6): 22-41. 

 

96. Peters, P. and S. Heusinkveld (2010). “Explicações Institucionais para as Atitudes dos Gerentes and relação ao Teletrabalho”. Human Relations 63 (1): 1-29. 

 

97. Peters, P. and T. vd Lippe (2005). “The van der van der Coordination and trust issues regarding access to working from home. A multi-actor approach. “Journal of Employment Issues 21 (4): 327-342. 

 

98. Peters, P. and T. vd Lippe (2007). Acesso ao teletrabalho baseado em casa: uma perspectiva multinível e multi-ator. Reivindicações concorrentes no trabalho e na vida familiar. T. vd Lippe and P. Peters. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 233-248. 

99. Peters, P. and T. vd Lippe (2007). “O Potencial Redutor da Pressão do Tempo do Trabalho em Equipe: o Caso Holandês”. International Journal of HRM 18 (3): 430-447. 

 

100. Peters, P., K. During et ai. (2002). May, want and do not always be right! Access, wish and practice of telecommuting in the Netherlands. Labor and IT and Research. R. Batenburg, J. Benders, N. vd Heuvel, P. Leisink and J. Onstenk. Utrecht, Lema: 137-150. 

 

101. Peters, P., KG Tijdens et al. (2004). “Opportunities, preferences and practices of employees when adopting teleworking”. Information and Management 41 (4): 469-482. 

 

102. Peters, P., C. Wetzels, et al. (2008). “Teleworking: a time saver or a time consumer? An investigation into the relationship between teleworking and employees’ actual working hours. ”Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics 19 (4): 421-442. 

 

103. Peters, P. and M. Wildenbeest (2010). “Telewerken als hulpbron: And vergelijking van flow inputing tussen marginale en substantiële telewerkers.” Gedrag & Organisatie 23 (2): 97-117. 

 

104. Schaffers, H., K. Gareis, et al. (2008). The role of collaborative work environments in enabling global business. 2008 International Conference on Competitive Entrepreneurship (ICE) Nottingham, Center for Competing Companies, Nottingham University Business School. 

 

105. Stanoevska-Slabeva, K., M. Blijsma, et al. (2009). Collaborative work: Globalization and New Collaborative Work Environments. Final report. New Global Project Report. St. Gallen, Institut für Medien- und Kommunikationsmanagement, Universität St. Gallen. http://www.empirica.com/publikationen/documents/2009/FinalReport_FinalVersion.pdf