Directory of persons

Who can I contact with my questions and concerns? Here is an overview of our team.

Professors

Prof. Dr. Ingo Weller

Head of the Institute

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+49 89 2180-6723

+49 89 2180-17926

Team-Assistant

Kerstin Gottscheber

Team-Assistant

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+49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 6723

+49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 17926

Post-Doc

Dr. Steffen Burkert, MBR

Postdoc

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+49 (0) 89 / 2180-3684

+49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 17926

Research and Teaching Assistants / Doctoral Students

Sebastian von Beck, M.Sc.

Research Assistant and PhD Candidate

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+49 (0)89 / 2180-17926

Felix Bölingen, MBR

Research Assistant and PhD Candidate

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089/2180-6727

089/2180-17926

Alejandro Hermida Carrillo, MBR

Research Assistant and PhD Candidate

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+49 (0)89 / 2180-3280

+49 (0)89 / 2180-17926

Tobias Oberpaul, MBR

Research Assistant and PhD Candidate

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+49 (0)89 2180-6617

+49 (0)89 / 2180-17926

Student Assistants

Tobias Burkhard, B.Sc.

Student Assistant

Julia Thaler

Student Assistant

Jianan Zhao, B.Sc.

Student Assistant

Alumni

Our former research assistants at HCM and the titles of their dissertations some of which are published by HCM-Verlag

  • Dr. Marco Tonellato, Assistant Professor from 2018-2022; extended CV (PDF, 187 KB)
  • Dr. Julian Huff, (Volume 1): Studying Human Resource Management as a Complex Phenomenon: A Systems-based Approach to HRM System Effectiveness
  • Dr. Julian Süß, (Volume 2): Individual and Organizational Effects of HRM Systems
  • Dr. Daniel Mühlbauer, (Volume 3): Individual Heterogeneity and Collective Behavior Formation: Theory, Experiments, and Implications for Human Resource Management
  • Dr. Prisca Friedrichs, (Volume 4): Firm Flexibility, Firm Structure, and Human Resource Management.
  • Dr. Julia Ebert, (Volume 5): Human Resource Management and Family-Friendly Work Practices: Mechanisms, Boundary Conditions and Employee-Based Outcomes.
  • Dr. Michael Schüßler, (Volume 6): Essays on Microfoundations in Strategic Human Resource Management:
    Mechanisms, Experimental Evidence, and Future Research Avenues
  • Dr. Maximilian Abele, (Volume 7): Strategic Human Resource Management in Small and Medium-Sized Technology Enterprises: Content and Process Perspectives
  • Dr. Hanna Kuschel, (Volume 8): Flexibilität in Arbeitszeit und Arbeitsort – Eine empirische Untersuchung der Einführung von mobilem Arbeiten in einem deutschen Industrieunternehmen
  • Dr. Lena Göbel, (Volume 9): Corporate Responsibility
    and Human Resource Management - A Path from Antecedents to Impacts
  • Dr. Nicolas Tichy, (Volume 10): Inducements in Organizations - Empirical Essays on the Antecedents and Consequences of Compensation Complexity, Pay Design Dispersion, and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Dr. Nathalie Haidegger-Rieß, (external PhD student, 2021): In the Pursuit of Sustainable Compensation: Regulation of Executive Pay at Publicly Held Corporations and Global Systemically Relevant Banks

Spin-Off

functionHR was founded by three former doctoral students of the Institute for Human Capital Management. The spin-off develops and sells a software solution for employee surveys and HR analytics. It uses data from surveys and the core HR system to provide managers and leadership with AI-based recommendations to improve employee engagement and performance. The clients of functionHR are companies with 50 to 100,000 employees.

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