Louis Lines

Louis Lines
Aalborg University · Department of Business and Management

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Publications

Publications (4)
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This paper addresses authentic leadership at the intersection of tradition and modernity and seeks to advance understandings of authentic leadership by investigating insider-outsider dynamics that arise where traditional cultural groups interface with more modern WEIRD groups. This paper combines the concepts of insider perceptions of legitimacy an...
Conference Paper
This paper conjectures that the Authentic Leadership literature has fallen into a sample trap– primarily drawing its evidence base from modern Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic (WEIRD) contexts. In seeking to address this bias this paper addresses Authentic Leadership at the intersection of tradition and modernity and seeks to...
Conference Paper
The UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, Brexit, has the potential to create uncertainty in different dimensions. For the purpose of this paper, the authors were interested in the future scenarios that might unfold in the Energy Sector in the UK, particularly in regard to the Community Renewable Energy Projects (CREPs) post Brexit. To come up w...
Conference Paper
The UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, Brexit, has the potential to create uncertainty in different dimensions. For the purpose of this paper, the authors were interested in the future scenarios that might unfold in the Energy Sector in the UK, particularly in regard to the Community Renewable Energy Projects (CREPs) post Brexit. To come up w...

Projects

Projects (2)
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'Legitimation of Newness in Modern and Traditional Contexts' research theme, will generate new understanding of how newness emerges and is legitimated in traditional and modern contexts, and how these patterns and consequences of newness compare and compete with newness across traditional and modern contexts.
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LNETN is the first ETN that combines newness, legitimation and theory building to address the need for training of a new generation of Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) with quadruple-i – inter-disciplinary, inter-sectoral, inter-technology and international – and transferable knowledge, skills and broad vision.