Rupietta, Christian; Meuer, Johannes; Backes-Gellner, Uschi (2018). Organizational Innovation Across the Technological Innovation Process: The Moderating Influence of Hybrid Change Agents. Swiss Leading House Working Paper 145, University of Zurich.
Meuer, Johannes; Angstmann, Michèle; Pull, Kerstin; Backes-Gellner, Uschi; Tröster, Christian (2017). Embeddedness and the repatriation intention of assigned and self-initiated expatriates. UZH Business Working Paper Series 373, University of Zurich.
Meuer, Johannes; Rupietta, Christian (2017). A review of integrated QCA and statistical analyses. Quality & Quantity, 51(5):2063-2083.
Meuer, Johannes; Rupietta, Christian (2017). Integrating QCA and HLM for Multilevel Research on Organizational Configurations. Organizational Research Methods, 20(2):324-342.
Meuer, Johannes; Rupietta, Christian (2015). Qualifying “fit”: the performance dynamics of firms’ change tracks through organizational configurations. Compasss Working Papers 2014-81, Compasss.
Caves, Katherine M; Meuer, Johannes; Rupietta, Christian (2015). Advancing Educational Leadership Research Using Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA). In: Bowers, Alex J; Shoho, Alan R; Barnett, Bruce G. Challenges and Opportunities of Educational Leadership Research and Practice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, 147-170.
Meuer, Johannes; Rupietta, Christian; Backes-Gellner, Uschi (2015). Layers of co-existing innovation systems. Research Policy, 44(4):888-910.
Meuer, Johannes (2014). Archetypes of inter-firm relations in the implementation of management innovation: A set-theoretic study in China's biopharmaceutical industry. Organization Studies, 35(1):121-145.
Meuer, Johannes; Krug, Barbara; DiVito, Lori (2012). A Grand Entrance? Li Ning’s Emergence as a Global, Chinese Brand. In: Dias Ferreira, Manuel. AESE 32 Anos a Ensinar com Casos. Lisboa: Edições AESE, online.
Meuer, Johannes; van der Ent, Henric (2012). Revisiting system theories in Strategic Human Resource Management - A set-theoretic analysis of high performing firms in the UK. Economics of Education Working Paper Series 076, University of Zurich.