Jeroen Neckebrouck

Profile

Jeroen Neckebrouck is a PhD candidate at Vlerick Business School and Ghent University. His research focuses on the areas of corporate governance, family firms and entrepreneurship. He was visiting scholar at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah in 2017 and the University of St. Gallen in 2016. He qualified magna cum laude as a Civil Engineer at Ghent University in 2009 and obtained additional Master Degrees in Industrial Engineering and Business Economics the year after. Until 2012, he worked as a management consultant.

 

Job Title : Doctoral Researcher

Management Domain
Accounting & Finance
Entrepreneurship

Publications

Articles in refereed journals with impact

  • Neckebrouck J. Schulze W. Zellweyer T.  forthcoming. Are family firms good employers?. Academy of Management Journal,

Articles in other (un)refereed journals

  • Neckebrouck J.  2017. Private Equity: zinvol voor familiebedrijven?. CxO Magazine, : 78-79.

  • Neckebrouck J. Manigart S. Meuleman M.  2017. Attitudes of family firms towards external investors: The importance of organizational identification. Venture capital, 19(1/2): 29-50.

Conference Presentations

  • Neckebrouck J. Manigart S. Meuleman M.  2016. Working for divergent principals: Effects of private equity on employment practices in family firms. Paper presented at Rencontres de St. Gall - Institutional Context and Governance of SMEs and Family Firms: Trends and Challenges, August 29-31, St. Gallen, Switzerland.

  • Neckebrouck J. Manigart S. Meuleman M.  2016. Working for divergent principals: Effects of private equity on employment practices in family firms. Paper presented at Entfin Conference Lyon 2016, July 8-9, Lyon, France.

  • Neckebrouck J. Manigart S. Meuleman M.  2016. When two worlds collide: employement decisions in private-equity backed family firms. Paper presented at Strategic Management Society Special Conference, June 5-7, Rome, Italy.

  • Neckebrouck J. Manigart S. Meuleman M.  2016. Working for divergent principles: Effects of private equity on employment practices in family firms. Paper presented at 14th Corporate Finance Day, September 23-23, Antwerp, Belgium.

  • Neckebrouck J. Manigart S. Meuleman M.  2015. Working for divergent principals: The Effects of private equity on employment levels and employment terms in family firms. Paper presented at Babson Conference in Entrepreneurship, June 10-13, Boston, United States.

  • Neckebrouck J. Meuleman M. Manigart S.  2015. Working for Divergent Principals: The Effects of Private Equity on Employment Levels and Employment Terms in Family Firms. Paper presented at 11th EIASM Workshop on Family Firm Management Research, May 29-30, Lyon, France.

  • Meuleman M. Wilson N. Wright M. Neckebrouck J.  2014. When the going gets tough: using multiple agency theory and the resource-based view to explain outcomes of financial distress in entrepreneurial buyouts. Paper presented at Babson Conference in Entrepreneurship, June 4-7, London, Ontario, Canada.

  • Neckebrouck J. Meuleman M. Manigart S.  2014. Working for divergent principals: The Effects of private equity on employment security and employment terms in family firms.. Paper presented at RENT 2014 Conference, November 19-21, Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

  • Meuleman M. Wilson N. Wright M. Neckebrouck J.  2014. When the going gets tough: using multiple agency theory and the resource-based view to explain outcomes of financial distress in entrepreneurial buyouts. Paper presented at RENT 2014 Conference, November 19-21, Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

Conference Proceedings

Research reports

  • Meuleman M. Neckebrouck J.  2014. Entrepreneurial Buyout Monitor. A clear view on investment results 2013 - outlook 2014. Vlerick Business School. (24 p.)