My peer-reviewed and published academic journal articles .
Computers in Human Behavior
Doty, D. H. et al. (2020). Passion as an excuse to procrastinate: A cross-cultural examination of the relationships between Obsessive Internet passion and procrastination. Computers in Human Behavior, 102, 103-111.
Organizational Research Methods
DeRond, M. & Tuncalp, D. (2017). Where the wild things Are: How dreams can help identify Countertransference in organizational research. Organizational Research Methods, 20(3): 413-443.
Tuncalp, D. (2016). Questioning the ontology of sociomateriality: A critical realist perspective, Management Decision, 54(5): 1073-1087.
Research in the Sociology of Organizations
Tuncalp, D. & Güneştepe, K. (2016). Viva Solidarity! Framing the repertoire of emerging social movements against Institutional change in two Turkish universities. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 45, pp.297-326.
Journal of Organizational Ethnography
Tuncalp, D. & Lee, P. L. (2014). (Re)Locating Boundaries: A Systematic Review of Online Ethnography, Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 3(1): 59-79.
Denizel, M., Üsdiken, B. & Tuncalp, D. (2003). Drift or Shift? Continuity, Change, and International Variation in Knowledge Production, Operations Research, 51:711-720.
Books & Book Chapters
Academic books and book chapters.
Türkiye’de Yenilik Tabanlı Girişimcilik
Çelik, E. & Tuncalp, D. (2021). İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi’nden Türkiye girişimcilik ekosistemine: İTÜ Çekirdek kuluçka merkezi modeli. In Akçomak, S., Beyhan, B, Tandoğan, V.S., & Çetindamar, D. (eds.) Türkiye’de Yenilik- tabanlı Girişimcilik. Bilgi Üniversitesi Yayınları.
Creating Social Value through
Güneştepe, K., Güngördü, M. & Tunçalp, D. (2020). Conforming with diverse expectations: How social enterprises acquire symbolic capital? In Findikli-Afacan, M. & Erdur-Acar, D. (Eds.) Creating Social Value through Social Entrepreneurship, IGI Publishing.
New Ways of Working: Organizations and Organizing in the Digital Age
Güneştepe, K., Topal, Z. S., & Tunçalp, D. (2021). More Than Perks and a Shared Office: How Coworking Spaces Participate in Entrepreneurs’ Resource Acquisition. In Mitev, N., Aroles, J. Stephenson, K. & Malaurent, J. (editors) New Ways of Working: Organizations and Organizing in the Digital Age, Palgrave.
Delivery and Adoption of Cloud Computing Services in Contemporary Organizations
Tuncalp, D. (2015). Management of Privacy and Security in Cloud Computing: Contractual Controls in Service Agreements, in Chang, V., Walters, R., and Wills, G. (eds.), Delivery and Adoption of Cloud Computing Services in Contemporary Organizations, IGI Publishing.
Global Issues and Ethical Concerns in Human Enhancement Technologies
Tuncalp, D. & Fagan, M. H. (2014). Anticipating Human Enhancement: Identifying Ethical Issues on Bodyware, in S. J. Thompson (ed.), Global Issues and Ethical Concerns in Human Enhancement Technologies, IGI Publishing.
Technology Adaptation in Organizations
Tuncalp, D. (2009). The Recursive Dualism of Technology: Reconstructing the Process of Technology Adaptation in Organizations, VDM Verlag, Saarbrucken, Germany
Operations Management as a Change Agent
Tuncalp, D., Denizel, M. & Öncü, A. (2004). Enterprise Resource Planning Technology as a Source of Change and Stability in Organizations, in Van Wassenhove, L., De Meyer, A., Yücesan, E., Günes, E.D., Muyldermans, L. (eds.), Operations Management as a Change Agent. p.1167-1176, Vol. 2, Fontainebleau, France.
Editorials and Book Reviews
Other academic publications
Tuncalp, D. (2017). Waves of Change: Globalization and Seafaring Labour Markets, Management Learning, 49(1): 112-115.
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research
Tuncalp, D. (2015). Entrepreneurship and multinationals: Global business and the making of the modern world, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 21(1): 148-151.
Journal of Global Information Technology Management
Tuncalp, D. (2014). Diffusion and adoption of information security management standards across countries and ndustries, Journal of Global Information Technology Management, 17(6): 221-227.