Einblick in eine Lernzone im LC Gebäude

Michael Müller-Camen

Full Professor, Head of Institute

Full Professor, Head of Institute

Career Details
Since 2011 Full Professor of Human Resource Management, WU Vienna
2018-2020 Distinguished Professor, The Open University of Hong Kong
2005-2018 Full Professor of International Human Resource Management (part-time), Middlesex
2005-2006 Reader in Human Resource Management, Middlesex University Business School London
2001-2005 Full Professor of International Management, International University in Germany
1999-2001 Senior Research Fellow, De Montfort University Leicester
1999-2001 Researcher, WU Vienna
1997-1999 Marie Curie Research Fellow, University of Innsbruck
1990-1996 Doktoral Studies in Organizational Behaviour, Birkbeck College, University of London
1989-1990 MSc Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, London School of Economics

Areas of Research
Sustainable HRM

Common Good HRM
Green HRM
Sustainability Reporting
New Forms of Organizing and HRM

Introduction to HRM

Business & Society
Sustainable HRM
Research Seminar

Current Publications (selected)

Aust, I., Matthews, B., & Muller-Camen, M. (2020). Common Good HRM: A paradigm shift in Sustainable HRM?. Human Resource Management Review, 30(3), 100705.

Aust, I., Muller-Camen, M., & Poutsma, E. (2018). Sustainable HRM: A comparative and international perspective. In C. Brewster, E. Farndale, & W. Mayrhofer (Eds.), Handbook of Research in Comparative Human Resource Management (2nd ed.) (pp. 358-369). Edward Elgar Publishing.

Matthews, B., Obereder, Aust, I. & Muller-Camen, M. (2018). Competing Paradigms: Status-quo and Alternative Approaches in HRM. In D. Renwick (Ed.), Green HRM (pp. 116-134). Routledge.

Muller-Camen, M. & Camen, J. (2018). Sonnentor and the Economy of the Common Good In E. O'Higgins and L. Zsolnai (Eds.), Progressive Business Casebook (pp. 123-142). Palgrave Studies in Sustainable Business.

Parsa, S., Roper, I., Muller-Camen, M., & Szegitvari, E. (2018). Have labour and human rights disclosures enhanced corporate accountability? Accounting Forum, 42, 47-64.