Employees are an integral factor for the success of organisations. As such, the research group of the Chair of Global Business and Human Resource Management analyses questions at the centre of this resource with a special focus on three main areas.
Human Resource Management
Between joining and leaving a company or organization, an employee goes through a number of stages. At each of these stages, the management of the organization is faced with various critical decision problems that are critical to the success of the organization. The research of the chair focuses on the theoretical foundation of these decision problems, especially in an international context.
Educational decisions are a central issue for both individuals and organizations. Accordingly, the research group of the chair deals with factors that influence individual educational decisions as well as with the design of training measures on the organizational level.
Methodologically, two elements characterize the research approach. The approach is theoretically (usually economic) founded and focused on the analysis of data (usually quantitative). The scope of the analyses naturally depends on the research question. Often the focus is on organizations (e.g. companies, universities), departments in organizations or individuals.
The publications of the chair's scientists can be found in their CVs on the subpage “ Team”.
Researchers from six working groups meet annually for a scientific conference on topics of personnel, education and organisational economics. Young researchers have the opportunity to present papers from current research projects and network with other researchers. The conference is organized by six working groups in rotation.
The Chair of Global Business and Human Resource Management has been a member of the network since 2013. In 2015, 2021 and 2022, the meeting was hosted at different locations under the organization of the chair.
The following working groups are involved in the network:
- Uschi Backes-Gellner, Empirical Research in Business, Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management, University of Zurich
- Bernd Frick, Organizational, Media and Sports Economics, University of Paderborn
- Kerstin Pull, HRM and Organisation, University of Tübingen
- Dieter Sadowski, Personnel Economics, University of Trier
- Martin Schneider, Human Resources, University of Paderborn
- Susanne Warning, Global Business and Human Resource Management, University of Augsburg