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Christine Moser is an Assistant Professor of Organization Sciences at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. In her research, she focuses on knowledge flows at the intersection of offline and online collaboration networks. In addition, she is interested in corporate social responsibility in the context of food (waste). Her research has been published among others in New Media and Society, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, and Information Systems Journal. She is a guest editor for Organization Studies and has recently co-edited a volume of Research in the Sociology of Organizations. In addition, she is part of the organizing team for the EGOS Colloquium in 2021 which will be held at VU Amsterdam.


My research is organized around two major themes: Knowledge and food.

Around the theme of "knowledge", and relatedly knowledge sharing and meaning networks, I am working on a number of projects, collaborating with other researchers from different universities. For example, at the Academy of Management in Chicago (2018) I chaired a symposium entitled "Networks of Meaning – Recent Research on Structure, Content and Meaning Networks". This symposium builds on a recent volume in the series "Research in the Sociology of Organizations" and aims to continue the emerging conversation about how social and meaning networks are intertwined, and how this matters for organizations. For this symposium, I collaborate among others with Steve Borgatti (University of Kentucky), Peter Groenewegen (VU Amsterdam), Dirk Deichmann (RSM), Stefano Tasselli (RSM), Francesca Pallotti (University of Greenwich) and Alessandro Lomi (University of Italian Switzerland).

The topic of “food” is also a core theme of my research. Empirically, I study corporate social responsibility and specifically I question how food waste in Dutch supermarkets is organized. In line with this interest, I currently work with Jean-Pascal Gond (Cass Business School) on the topic of micro-CSR. I am a guest editor of Organization Studies, working on a special issue on the topic of “Food Organizing Matters”. This project brings together a great team of researchers: Frank den Hond, Juliane Reinecke, Gregoire Croidieu and Silviya Svejenova. Working toward this special issue is exciting and we hope to deliver a tasty, fruitful and satisfying special issue.


I am teaching across different levels and in different courses. Most recently, I have developed, coordinated and taught two Master courses, one course for BCO students about "Organizing Strategically", in Dutch; and one course for BCO and SBI students (Faculty of Exact Sciences) about "Networked Organizations and Communication"). I regularly supervise Master theses in the BCO Master. The topic of the theses is currently "Food waste in Dutch supermarkets". In 2018, one of my students from this project was nominated for the FSW Master thesis award. In addition, I teach a module in a course for PhD candidates and discuss how to use virtual data.

Prizes and Awards


Emerald Literati Award, Outstanding Author Contribution

Personal research grant, Institute for Societal Resilience, VU Amsterdam



Wilhelmina Drucker Talent Award, VU Amsterdam

Research project grant, Institute for Societal Resilience, VU Amsterdam



Research grant Network Institute, VU Amsterdam

Research project grant Institute for Societal Resilience, VU Amsterdam

Finalist KnowVU Teaching Award, VU Amsterdam



Personal research grant, department of Organization Science, VU Amsterdam



Runner-up Rubicon grant, NWO.



PhD award, department. of Economics & Business Administration, for early completion of PhD project



Graduate School of Social Sciences grant to support participation in Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, VU Amsterdam

US National Science Foundation grant for OCIS doctoral consortium participation, Academy of Management.

ACM/SIGWEB WebSci travel grant

Research grant, dept. of Economics & Business Administration, VU Amsterdam to support research visit at University of Victoria.


Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Culture, Organization & Management (cum laude), Master, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam


  • H Social Sciences (General)
  • Organization sciences
  • Food/waste
  • Knowledge sharing
  • Information systems
  • CSR
  • Informal organization

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Research Output 2009 2019

The flipped classroom: supporting a diverse group of students in their learning

Goedhart, N. S., Blignaut-van Westrhenen, N., Moser, C. & Zweekhorst, M. B. M., 7 Mar 2019, In : Learning Environments Research. p. 1-14 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

Open Access

Bridging members increasing organizational social capital

Moser, C., Reus, S. F. & Groenewegen, P., 2018.

Research output: Contribution to ConferencePaperAcademic

Social capital
Social networks
Social relations
Social processes

From collaboration to competition: Knowledge sharing in the online cake community

Moser, C., 2018.

Research output: Contribution to ConferencePaperAcademic

Online communities
Knowledge sharing
The Netherlands

From friendfunding to crowdfunding: Relevance of relationships, social media, and platform activities to crowdfunding performance

Borst, W. A. M., Moser, C. & Ferguson, J. E., 1 Apr 2018, In : New Media and Society. 20, 4, p. 1396-1414

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

Open Access
social media
Chemical activation

Frontmatter [for the] Proceedings of the Netwerk Institute Academy Assistants programme 2017-2018

de Boer, V., Fokkens, A. S., Moser, C. & Vermeulen, I. E., 2018, Proceedings of the Network Institute Academy Assistants Program 2017/2018. Vrije Universiteit, 3 p. (Proceedings of the Network Institute Academy Assistants Program).

Research output: Chapter in Book / Report / Conference proceedingForeword/postscriptProfessional

Open Access
academic career

Activities 2009 2018

From concept to reality: Maturing new ideas to become successful innovation projects

Christine Moser (Speaker)
22 Jan 2018

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Cass Business School, City University, London

Christine Moser (Visiting researcher)
21 May 201826 May 2018

Activity: Visiting an external institutionVisiting an external academic institution

Workshop on New Organizational Forms

Christine Moser (Organiser)
7 Dec 2018

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventWorkshopAcademic

Practice Makes Cakes: How Entrepreneurs Engage in Online Social Practices

Christine Moser (Speaker)
14 Feb 2018

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

University of Liverpool Management School

Christine Moser (Visiting researcher)
8 Oct 201812 Oct 2018

Activity: Visiting an external institutionVisiting an external academic institution


Emerald Literati Award

C. Moser (Recipient), 2018



ISR Personal Research Grant

C. Moser (Recipient), 2018


Wilhelmina Drucker Award

C. Moser (Recipient), Oct 2017


academic career

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Hoe redden we onze groente?

C. Moser


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Hoe krijgt Nederland een aansprekende eetcultuur?

C. Moser


1 media contribution

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