Prof. Dr. Maike Andresen

Since 2009, Prof. Dr. Maike Andresen holds the Chair of Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour at the University of Bamberg. 

Her main research interests are in the field of behavioural scientific personnel and management research. In particular, Prof. Dr. Andresen deals with strategic and international aspects of human resource management such as global mobility, careers and human resource development, as well as work hour flexibilisation. For more detailed information on current research projects, please refere here.

Prof. Dr. Andresen also heads the “ European Human Resource Management Programme ”, which is carried out in cooperation with other leading European business schools and universities.

Contact

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Maike Andresen
University of Bamberg
Chair of Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour
Feldkirchenstraße 21
96045 Bamberg
Room FMA 1.08

T: 0951/863-2570
T: 0951/863-2571 (Assistant)
F: 0951/863-5571

Email: maike.andresen(at)uni-bamberg.de

Office hours: by appointment via mail to sekretariat.bwl-personal(at)uni-bamberg.de

Publications

The current list of Publications can be found here.

Orcid ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9073-4849

 

Qualifications / study / school

2008
Habilitation / Venia Legendi in Business Administration at the Helmut-Schmidt-University, monograph: "The (mis)fortune of working time freedom. An economic-psychological analysis and evaluation "

2003
PhD (Dr. rer. pol.) in Business Administration at the University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg; monograph: "corporate universities as an instrument of strategic management" Rating: summa cum laude

1999
"Master Programme in European Human Resource Management (EHRM)" of six universities: Copenhagen Business School (DK), Cranfield University (UK), EM Lyon (F), ESADE (E), Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School (B), University of Federal Armed Forces Hamburg (D)

1998
Diploma / State Examination (Dipl.-Hdl.) in the subjects of Business Studies, Romance/French Studies and Business Education Studies at the University of Hamburg

1994-1995
Studies, International Management and Finance (Magistère) at the University of Montesquieu Bordeaux IV, France Erasmus scholarship

1993-1998
Economic Studies, Romance/French Studies, Business Education Studies at the University of Hamburg

1991-1993
Apprenticeship as a bank clerk, Deutsche Bank AG, Hamburg

1990
Abitur at the academic high-school (Gymnasium) Hamburg-Rissen

Scientific Activities

since 2009
University of Bamberg, Faculty of Social Sciences, Economics, and Business Administration, Chair of Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour
University Professor and Head of Chair

2019                 
Deakin University, Melbourne/Australia
Visiting Professor

2015-2018
University of Bamberg
Vice-president for research and young academics

2014
Copenhagen Business School (DK)
External Examiner für die MSc in Human Resource Management, MSc in Management of Innovation and Business Development, MSc in Business Administration and Psychology, MSocSc in Human Resource Management

2012-2016
Cranfield University, Cranfield School of Management (UK)
External Examiner für den MSc in International Human Resource Management

2009
Helmut-Schmidt-University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Institute for Logistics and Organization (Prof. Dr. Günther Ortmann)
Associate Professor (Privatdozentin)

2008-2009
Helmut-Schmidt-University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Institute for Human Resource and International Management (Prof. Dr. Michel E. Domsch)
Associate Professor (Privatdozentin)

2008-2009
Hamburgisches Welt Wirtschafts Institut (HWW)
Migration Research Group
Freelance worker

2007-2009
EuroFH - European Remote University Hamburg:
Director of Studies, “Business Administration & Business Psychology”;
Director of Studies “Personnel and Organisation”;
Lecturer

2008
Copenhagen Business School (DK):
Visiting Professor

2003-2007
Helmut-Schmidt-University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Institute for Human Resource and International Management (Prof. Dr. Michel E. Domsch)
Assistant Professor

1999-2003
University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg, Faculty of Economic and Organizational Sciences, Institute for Human Resource and International Management (Prof. Dr. Michel E. Domsch)
PhD-candidate

1996-1999
University of Hamburg, Faculty of Education, Institute for Business and Vocational Education (Prof. Dr. Pawlik):
Research Assistant

 

Other teaching functions at home and abroad

since 2000
Miscellaneous teaching functions at Copenhagen Business School / DK, Cranfield School of Management / UK, EM Lyon / F, ESADE Barcelona / E, Helmut-Schmidt-University / D, Radboud University Nijmegen / NL, Reykjavik University / IS, Rotterdam School of Management / NL, Tilburg University/NL, Vlerick management School / B

2019                 
Deakin University, Melbourne/Australia:
Visiting Professor

2007
HSBA Hamburg School of Business Administration:
Lecturer for the subject of Organisational Behavior

2006-2007
VWA Administration and Business Academy in Hamburg:
Lecturer for the subject Human Resource Management

2004-2007
FOM University of Applied Sciences for Economics & Management:
Lecturer for the subject Human Resource Management

2003-2009
EuroFH - European Remote University Hamburg:
Lecturer for the subject of Corporate Management

2003-2005
HWP - Hamburg University of Economics and Politics:
Lecturer for the subject Human Resource Management

Science organisation (extracts)

since 2020          
BAGSS – Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences
Member of the board

since 2019           
GLOBE Project
Country co-investigator Germany and core member of the research group

since 2019
Co-editor: Elgar Footprints in Human Resource Management and Employment Relations. (Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd)

since 2018          
H2020 Project GLOMO
Coordinator of the research group (50 researchers)

since 2018           
Journal of Global Mobility
Editorial Board: Advisory Board Member

2017-2019        
Academy for Key Qualifications and Scientific Continuing Education (ASwW)
Advisory Board

since 2017          
University Foundation of the Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg
Deputy Chairwoman

seit 2014
Co-editor: Personal, Organisation und Arbeitsbeziehungen. (Eul Verlag)

since 2013
,Human Resource Management Journal'
Editorial Board: Associate Editor (since 2017)
Editorial Advisory Board (2013-2017)
HRMJ (published by Wiley) has an impact factor of 2.843 (5-year: 3.100) and is ranked 4/27 (Industrial Relations & Labor) and 77/217 (Management) in the ISI rankings, is rated 4 in the ABS ranking, and A in the ABDC listing; onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291748-8583

2016                  
"5-Euro-Business" for the university location Bamberg-Coburg
Jury member

since 2015           
German Research Foundation (dfg)
Reviewer

since 2015
Co-Editor 'Work, Organisation, and Employment' (Springer)

2014
External Examiner in PhD / DBA evaluations (e. g., Université de Strasbourg/France, Vaasa University/Finland, Pondicherry University/India, Southern Cross Business School/Australia)

since 2013
,International Journal of Human Resource Management'
Associate Editor

Reviewer

Asia Pacific Journal of Management (APJM)
Career Development International (CDI)
Die Betriebswirtschaft (DBW)
Human Relations
Human Resource Management (HRM)
Human Resource Management Journal (HRMJ)
International Journal of Human Resource Management (IJHRM)
Journal for East European Management Studies (JEEMS)
Journal of Global Mobility (JoGM)
Journal of Managerial Psychology (JMP)
Journal of World Business (JWB)
management review
Personnel Review
Zeitschrift für Personalforschung (ZfP)
Zeitschrift Führung + Organisation (ZFO)
Journal of Business Economics (JBE)
Zeitschrift für betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung (ZfbF)

Academy of International  Business (AiB)
Academy of Management (AoM)
European Academy of Management (EURAM)
Eastern Academy of Management (EAM)
Herbstworkshop der Kommission Personalwesen des VHB (KomPers)
WK ORG Workshop der Kommision Organisation des VHB
Global Conference in International Human Resource Management (IHRM)

DFG/ANR
DFH
Deutsche Studienstiftung
Fritz Thyssen Stiftung
Margarete von Wrangell-Habitilationsprogramm
Schweizerischer Nationalfonds
Volkswagenstiftung

 

Current memberships in scientific associations

since 2020           
Academy of Management (AoM)
Member of the Careers Division selection committee for the Mid-Career Award

since 2018          
European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS)

2018-2019        
Academy of Management (AoM)
Member of the Best Symposium Award committee

2017                  
Association of university lecturers for business administration (Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft (vhb))

since 2012
European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM)

since 2011
Academy of Management (AoM)
Divisions: Human Resource Management, International Management, Organisational Behaviour

since 2008
Association of university lecturers for business administration  (Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., (vhb))
Commisions: Human Resource Management, Organisation Studies, International Management

since 2006

German Association of University Professors and Lecturers (Deutscher Hochschulverband)

2005-2009
Management Development Center (MDC) e.V. Hamburg

since 2004
European Academy of Management (EURAM)

since 2003
German Case Clearing House (Zentrale für Fallstudien) e.V. Köln/Bonn (ZfF)

since 2003
mobilZeit-Forum (Network of companies from the branches Banking - Trade - Insurance working on the topic of the transition to flexible working hours)

2000-2002
Working team „Corporate Universities“ of the Schmalenbach-Gesellschaft

 

Awards and scholarships

2020    
“Academy of Management's Carolyn B. Dexter Award 2020”
Nomination of the paper “Disabling effects of enabling social policies on gender equality in organizational HR development”, Academy of Management 2020 Annual Meeting, Vancouver/CAN, August 7 - 11, 2020, from Astrid Reichel, Fida Afiouni, Maike Andresen, Eleni Apospori, Silvia Bagdadli, Janine Bosak, Jon Briscoe, Martina Gianecchini, Emma Parry, Mami Taniguchi and Pamela Suzanne

2019    
Young Talent Promotion Prize 2019 of the Federal Association of Human Resources Managers
2nd place for the bachelor thesis supervised by me, written by J. I. Herbst on the topic 'Influence of foreign experience gained in childhood on the willingness to be professionally mobile abroad'

2019    
“All Academy Best International Symposium Award 2019”
Award for the symposium "Comparing careers across countries: New scholarship and directions", Academy of Management 2019 Annual Meeting, Boston/USA, August 9 - 13, 2019, from Maike Andresen, Eleni Apospori, Jon Briscoe

2019    
“International Theme Committee’s (ITC’s) Emerald Best Symposium Award”
Finalist for the symposium "Comparing careers across countries: New scholarship and directions", Academy of Management 2019 Annual Meeting, Boston/USA, August 9 - 13, 2019, from Maike Andresen, Eleni Apospori, Jon Briscoe

2018    
“International Theme Committee’s (ITC’s) Emerald Best Symposium Award”
Finalist for the symposium "Careers and career success across national contexts", Academy of Management 2018 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL/USA, August 10 - 14, 2018, from Mila Lazarova, Maike Andresen, Janine Bosak

2018    
“Careers Division 2018 Best Symposium Award”
Finalist for the symposium "Careers and career success across national contexts", Academy of Management 2018 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL/USA, August 10 - 14, 2018, from Mila Lazarova, Maike Andresen, Janine Bosak

2016
Emerald Awards for Excellence, awarded as “highly commended article”: Andresen, M. (2015). What determines expatriates’ performance while abroad? The role of job embeddedness. Journal of Global Mobility, 3(1), S. 62 – 82, DOI: 10.1108/JGM-06-2014-0015

2016
Journal of Global Mobility (JGM) Best Paper Award, 16th conference of the European Academy of Management (EURAM) 2016: First runner-up for the conference paper  "Global Mindset Development of International Business Travelers: An Empirical Analysis of its Antecedents Based on the Constructivist Learning Theory” by Prof. Dr. Maike Andresen and Franziska Bergdolt 

2016
International Human Resource Management Scholarly Research Award
Nomination by the Human Resources Division of the Academy on Management for the article "What makes them move abroad? Reviewing and exploring differences between self-initiated and assigned epatriation", written by Maike Andresen, Torsten Biemann, Marshall Pattie, published in the International Journal of Human Resource Management (Vol. 26, pp. 932-944)

2014
Journal of Global Mobility (JGM) Best Paper Award, 14th conference of the European Academy of Management (EURAM): First runner-up for the conference paper "The bright and dark side of job embeddedness: The role of job embeddedness: The role of job embeddedness in predicting job performance and OCBs of organizational and self-initiated expatriates"

2012
University-wide student survey concerning the conditions of studying and teaching at the University of Bamberg: 3rd place in the ranking of the best professors

2012
Ars legendi-Prize for excellent academic teaching awarded by the "Stifterverbandes für die Deutsche Wissenschaft und die Hochschulrektorenkonferenz": Nomination on the suggestion of the faculty and student committee for social sciences at the University of Bamberg, Ranked within the seven best candidates

2011
Davis-Kopf Academic-Prize: 3rd Place for the diploma thesis supervised by Ms. Andresen and authored by T. Gustschin on the topic: 'International mobility of employees in development aid'

2010
Best Paper Award Nomination for the conference paper 'A Taxonomy of Global Careers: Comparing global careerists to other international (and national) managers', together wirh T. Biemann, IHRM 11th Conference, 9-12 June 2010, Birmingham, UK

2007
Best Paper Award of the Emerald publishing house for the article "The Corporate University Landscape in Germany", published in the 'Journal of Workspace Learning' (2007), together with B. Lichtenberger, including the publishing of a review in the Emerald Database as well as in the journal 'Development and Learning in Organizations'

2007
Best Paper Award Nomination for the conference paper 'Psychological Contract of Expatriates: The Role of Reciprocity', together with M.  Göbel, IHRM 9th Conference, 12-15 June 2007, Tallinn, Estonia

2005
Ludwig-Schunk-Prize in Economics, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen for the PhD thesis graded with "summa cum laude"

2004
Science Award of the Friends and Promoters of the Helmut-Schmidt-University e.V. for the PhD thesis graded with "summa cum laude"

1994-1995
Erasmus scholarship to study at the elite programme “Magistère Finances et Management International” University of Montesquieu Bordeaux IV, France

1993-1998
Sponsored by the Supporting Initiative of the Deutsche Bank AG, connected with business activities in Hamburg and Brussels / Belgium

 

Practical activities in the business

F.G.H. Forschungsgruppe Hamburg:
Consulting in business and administration in the field of personnel management/organisation

Deutsche Bank AG, Hamburg and Brussels (B):
Study-related business activities in the legal department, corporate clients department and human resource department, training and development during the course of study

 

Language skills

  • German
  • Danish
  • English
  • French