Publications

Sander Tideman (2017) Discovering the Shared Purpose of Business and Society, Mobius Strip, Boston

Sander G. Tideman (2016) Business as an Instrument for Societal Change: In Conversation with the Dalai Lama, Greenleaf Publications.

Sander G. Tideman (2016). The Need for Contemplative Social Science. Foreword in Bentz V. and Giorgino V. eds. (2016) Contemplative Social Research. Caring for Self, Being and Lifeworld Fielding University Press

Sander G. Tideman (2016), Gross National Happiness: Lessons for Sustainability Leadership South Asian Journal of Global Business Research, Vol. 5 Iss 2 pp. 190 – 213

Sander Tideman (2015) Verlicht Eigenbelang van Bedrijven in ‘Winst, Ondernemen tussen Markt en Mens, AWVN, September 2015

Sander G. Tideman & Muriel C.L. Arts (2015)  Measuring Sustainable Value Creation: the CSV Practice Framework. Conference Paper for WBCSD-EMAN, October 2015

Sander Tideman & Sandra van Nispen (2015) Mindfulness & Yoga: Background in Indo-Tibetan Contemplative Philosophy, Delight Yoga, Amsterdam

Sander G. Tideman & Muriel C.L. Arts (2013) Creating Shared Value: How to Put it into Practice TNO Research Paper, Dec 2013

Sander G. Tideman, Muriel C.L. Arts, Danielle P. Zandee (2013) Sustainable Leadership: Toward a Workable Definition. Journal for Corporate Citizenship, March 2013

Tideman S.G. & Arts M.L (2013) Empowered Leadership: Mindsets and Qualities to Create Post-Crisis Economic, Social and Environmental Value. Nyenrode University Publications, August 2013

Sander Tideman (2012) Mindfulness werkt: het Hoe en Waarom, Nyenrode Business Press, Breukelen.

Tideman S.G. (2012) Theory and Practice of Leadership: A Perspective from Buddhism – Paper presented at ABIS Conference on Business and Buddhism in Thailand, November 2012

Sander Tideman (2010) Vertrouwen: denkfouten in onze economische ideologie, Slow Management, Maart 2010, Amsterdam.

Sander Tideman (2009) Mind over Matter – Naar een Economie met een Hart” (Dutch – Business Contact, 2009) (Dutch)pdf

Sander Tideman (2005) Mind over Matter; Towards a New Paradigm in Leadership of Business and Economics (English 2005) pdf

Sander Tideman (2006) La Mente Supera a la Materia (Spanish translation of Mind over Matter, 2006) pdf

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Tideman S.G. (2009) Compassion or Competition  A Decade of Dialogues with H.H. the Dalai Lama and Leaders in Business, Economics and Society, Asoka Publications comp-comp-dl
Sander Tideman (2005) Maatschappelijk Verantwoord Ondernemen; van Hype naar Mainstream (CFO Magazine, 2005), Dutch
GNH and Development: Proceedings of First GNH conference, 2005

Tideman S.G. (2004) Gross National Happiness – Towards a New Paradigm for Economic Development, 2004 pdf

Sander Tideman (2005) De Earth Charter: Naar een Nieuwe Visie op Publiek Leiderschap, 2005 pdf
Tideman S.G. Chapter in “Een Wereld te Winnen: Visies op Verantwoord Ondernemen” Kluwer, 2006

 

Akiner S., Tideman S.G., Hay J. (1998), Sustainable Development in Central Asia (with Shirin Akiner and Jon Hay), Curzon Press, 1998
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Tideman S.G. & Van der Kerkhof T. (1996) Zakendoen in China – Een Gids voor Ondernemers, Walburg Pers, 1996 (Dutch) pdf
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Tideman, Sander (2004) In de Schaduw van China; Sluimerende Krachten en Verborgen Culturen (Dutch) pdf
Van Baar B., & Tideman S.G. (2006) ‘Tibet; een Cultuur van Vrede’ , Asoka 2006 (Dutch)
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Schulte Nordholt H. & Tideman S.G. (2008) “Tibet en China; Op zoek naar de Middenweg”, Internationale Spectator, The Hague (Dutch) pdf

Tideman S.G. (1994) Non convertibility and other aspects China’s Financial System, Far East Executive Report, Washington D.C..

Tideman S.G. (1990) China’s economie na het TienAnMen-incident: afkoelen of verdrinken? Internationale Spectator,The Hague  januari 1990
Tideman S.G. (1986) Tibetans and Other Minorities in China’s Legal System, Review of Socialist Law, Leiden.  pdf
Tideman S.G. (1987) Rechtshervorming in Volksrepubliek China Internationale Spectator, The Hague juli 1987

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