Waddock, S., Pavlovich, K. & Egel, E. (2018). An Interview with Sandra Waddock: sacredness and intellectual shamanism - Journal of Management Spirituality & Religion
Fry, L. & Egel, E. (2017). Spiritual Leadership. Embedding Sustainability in the Triple Bottom Line - Graziadio Business Review
Korten, D.; Egel, E. & Pavlovich, K. (2017). An Interview with David Korten : Inquiry into the sacred - Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion
Egel, E. & Fry, L. (2017). Cultivating a Global Mindset through “Being-centered “Leadership" - in J.Neal (Ed) The Handbook of Personal and Organizational Transformation.
Tackney, C. ,Chappell, S., Harris, D., Pavlovich, K., Egel, E., Major, R., Finney, M. & Stoner, J. (2017). Management, Spirituality, and Religion (MSR) ways and means: A paper to encourage quality research - Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion .
Egel, E. & Fry, L. (2017). Spiritual Leadership as a Model for Islamic Leadership - Public Integrity, Routledge, 19 (pp.77-95)
Egel, E. (2014). Islamic Leadership. in R.J. Blomme and B. van Hoof (Eds) Another State of Mind: Perceptions from the Wisdom Traditions on Management and Business (pp. 91-111) - UK: Palgrave Publishing
Empirical research looking into the potential role that leaders’ higher order motivations play in the integration of refugees in family-owned firms in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Work presented on InternationalFamilyEnterpriseResearchAcademy (IFERA).
Business case study describing an applied model of social entrepreneurship on a citizen initiative - CHERISY CONSTANZ in cooperation with the General Manager, Mr Andreas Maucher.
Theoretical research on halal exploring the risk the halal market faces to lose its Islamic spiritual identity while functioning in a neoliberal paradigm. Work presented at Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL).
Book focusing on the study of the relevance (what) and relation(how) of Islamic spirituality to organizational life. The book aims to bridge the existent gap in cross-cultural understanding and rapprochement created by the dominance of western-based secular models in leadership research and practice to the detriment of a worldview derived from the ontology of Islam as expressed in the foundational religious sources -the Qur’an and the Sunnah.