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Ueberbacher, F. (2014). Legitimation of New Ventures: A Review and Research Programme. Journal of Management Studies(forthcoming), 1-40.
   
Ueberbacher, F., & Jacobs, C. D. (2013). How entrepreneurs become strategic cultural actors. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings(1), 1-40.
   
Jacobs, C. D., Steyaert, C., & Ueberbacher, F. (2013). Anticipating intended users - Prospective sensemaking in technology development. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 25(9), 1027-1043, DOI:10.1080/09537325.2013.832749.
   
conference paper
Jacobs, C. D., & Ueberbacher, F. (2012). Seeking strategic coherence: Balancing internal and external legitimacy in pluralistic settings. In DESIGN!?. Berlin: EGOS European Group for Organizational STudies.
   
Ueberbacher, F., & Jacobs, C. D. (2011). Acculturation as Resourcing: Entering the Public Sector Outsourcing Market. In .
   
Ueberbacher, F., & Jacobs, C. D. (2011). Overcoming Liability of Newness through Socialization: How Legitimation Strategies of a New Venture evolve. In EGOS 2011: Reassembling Organizations. BrĂ¼ssel: EGOS European Group for Organizational Studies.
   
Ueberbacher, F., & Jacobs, C. D. (2010). A Process Model for Establishing Relational Legitimacy in Contexts of Institutional Complexity. In Dare to Care: Passion and Compassion in Management Practice and Research, Session Paper 1679. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Ueberbacher, F., & Jacobs, C. D. (2010). Achieving Congruence in Difference: Toward a Process Model for Establishing Interpartner Legitimacy in Context of Institutional Complexity. In The Relationship Between Institutions And Work.
   
Ueberbacher, F., & Jacobs, C. D. (2010). Practices of Legitimizing Interorganizational Relationships under Institutional Complexity. In Waves of Globalization: Repetition and Difference in Organizing over Time and Space. Berlin: EGOS - European Group for Organizational Studies.
   
 
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