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Wolfgang Mayrhofer, o. Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. rer. soc. oec.

Anschrift: IVM - Inter­dis­zi­pli­näres Institut für Verhal­tens­wis­sen­schaft­lich Orien­tiertes Manage­ment, Wirt­schafts­uni­ver­sität Wien, Welt­han­dels­platz 1, Gebäude D2, Eingang B, 2.OG, Zimmer 2.619, A-1020 Wien, Öster­reich
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e-mail: wolf­gang.mayr­ho­fer@wu.ac.at

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geb. 1958; Studium der Betriebs­wirt­schafts­lehre an der Wirt­schafts­uni­ver­sität (WU) Wien von 1977-1982; Vertrags­as­sis­tent an der WU Wien 1982-1985; wissen­schaft­li­cher Mitar­beiter bzw. Hoch­schul­as­sis­tent an der Univer­si­tät-G­H-Pa­der­born 1985-1990; Vertrags- bzw. Univer­si­tät­sas­sis­tent an der WU Wien 1990-1993; 1993-1997 Lehr­stuhl­ver­tre­tung bzw. Ordi­na­rius für Betriebs­wirt­schafts­lehre, insbe­son­dere Perso­nal­wirt­schaft, an der Fakultät Wirt­schafts­wis­sen­schaften der Tech­ni­schen Univer­sität Dresden; seit 1997 Ordi­na­rius der Inter­dis­zi­pli­nären Abtei­lung für Verhal­tens­wis­sen­schaft­lich Orien­tiertes Manage­ment an der Wirt­schafts­uni­ver­sität Wien.

Forschungs­schwer­punkte: Inter­na­tio­nale Perso­nal- und Unter­neh­mens­füh­rung; Karriere- und Lauf­bahn­for­schung; Neuere System­theorie und Betriebs­wirt­schafts­lehre.

Regel­mä­ßige Trai­nings- und Bera­tungs­ar­beit mit Orga­ni­sa­tionen aus dem For- und Nonpro­fit-Be­reich und in verschie­denen univer­si­tären und außer­uni­ver­si­tären Lehr­gängen, v.a. im Bereich Teament­wick­lung, Karrie­r­e­work­shops, Human Resource Manage­ment; Outdoor-­Trai­ning im Bereich Segeln zu Führung, Teamen­wick­lung und Selbst­ent­wick­lung (mehr unter www.cham­pi­onS­HIPs.at)

Full list of publi­ca­tions and presen­ta­tions (PDF down­load, ca. 256 kB)

Bücher

  1. Mayr­hofer, W., Furt­müller, G., & Kasper, H. (Eds.). 2015. Perso­nal­ma­nage­ment - Führung - Orga­ni­sa­tion (5th ed.). Wien: Linde.

  2. Mabey, C. & Mayr­hofer, W. (Eds.). 2015. Deve­lo­ping Leadership. Ques­tions Busi­ness Schools Don't Ask. Los Angeles et al.: Sage.

  3. Brewster, C., & Mayr­hofer, W. (Eds.). 2012. Hand­book Of Rese­arch On Compa­ra­tive Human Resource Manage­ment. Chel­tenham: Edward Elgar.

  4. Briscoe, J. P., Hall, D. T., & Mayr­hofer, W. (Eds.). 2012. Careers Around the World. Indi­vi­dual and Contextual Perspec­tives. New York, Oxon: Rout­ledge.

  5. Mayr­hofer, W., Meyer, M., & Titscher, S. (Eds.). 2010. Praxis der Orga­ni­sa­ti­ons­ana­lyse. Anwen­dungs­felder und Methoden (Prac­tice of orga­niza­t­ional analysis. Areas of applia­tion and methods). Wien: Facultas wuv.

  6. Kasper, H., & Mayr­hofer, W. (Eds.). 2009. Perso­nal­ma­nage­ment - Führung – Orga­ni­sa­tion (Personnel Manage­ment – Leadership – Orga­ni­sa­tion) (4th ed.). Wien: Linde.

  7. Titscher, S., Meyer, M., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2008 Orga­ni­sa­ti­ons­ana­lyse. Konzepte und Methoden (Orga­niza­t­ional analysis. Concepts and methods). Wien et al.: facultas wuv UTB.

  8. Erten, C., Mayr­hofer, W., Seeba­cher, U., & Strunk, G. 2006. Perso­nal­ma­nage­ment und Führungs­kräf­teent­wick­lung. Zahlen - Fakten - Prak­ti­sche Konse­quenzen (Human resource manage­ment and manage­ment deve­lop­ment. Figures – facts – prac­tical conse­quences). Wien: Linde.

  9. Larsen, H. H., & Mayr­hofer, W. (Eds.). 2006. Mana­ging human resources in Europe. A thematic approach. London: Rout­ledge.

  10. Zauner, A., Heimerl, P., Mayr­hofer, W., Meyer, M., Nach­ba­gauer, A., Praschak, S., & Schmidtmayr, H. 2006. Von der Subven­tion zum Leis­tungs­ver­trag. Neue Koor­di­na­ti­ons- und Steue­rungs­formen und ihre Konse­quenzen für Nonpro­fit-Or­ga­ni­sa­tionen - eine system­theo­re­ti­sche Analyse (From subsi­dies to perfor­mance related contracts. New forms of coor­di­na­tion and control and their conse­quences for nonprofit orga­ni­sa­tions – a systems theo­re­tical analysis). Bern: Haupt.

  11. Mayr­hofer, W., Meyer, M. & Steyrer, J., (Eds.). 2005. macht?erfolg?reich?glück­lich? Einfluss­fak­toren auf Karrieren (power? success? wealth? happi­ness? Influ­en­cing factors of careers). Wien: Linde.

  12. Weber, W., Mayr­hofer, W., Nien­hüser, W., & Kabst, R. 2005. Lexikon Perso­nal­wirt­schaft (Dictio­nary of Human Resource Manage­ment) (2., modi­fied and enlarged ed.). Stutt­gart: Schäf­fer-­Poe­schel.

  13. Stahl, G. K., Mayr­hofer, W., & Kühl­mann, T. M. (Eds.). 2005. Inter­na­tio­nales Perso­nal­ma­nage­ment - neue Aufgaben, neue Lösungen (Inter­na­tional Human Resource Manage­ment – new tasks, new solu­tions). München, Mering: Hampp.

  14. Mayr­hofer, W., & Iellatchich, A. (Eds.). 2005. Globa­li­sie­rung und Diffu­sion (Globa­li­sa­tion and Diffu­sion). Frank­furt a. Main, London: IKO - Verlag für Inter­kul­tu­relle Kommu­ni­ka­tion.

  15. Brewster, C., Mayr­hofer, W., & Morley, M. (Eds.). 2004. Euro­pean Human Resource Manage­ment – evidence of conver­gence?. London: Butter­wor­t­h-Hei­neman.

Peer Reviewed Arti­cles

  1. Brewster, C., Gooderham, P. N., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2016. Human resource manage­ment: the promise, the perfor­mance, the conse­quences. Journal of Orga­niza­t­ional Effec­tiveness: People and Perfor­mance, 3(2): 181-190.

  2. Schneid­hofer, T. M., Latzke, M., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2016 (forth­co­ming). Karrieren von Diver­si­täts­ma­na­ger_innen: Im Span­nungs­feld sozialer Arenen (Careers of diver­sity mana­gers. A field of tension of social arenas). Diver­sitas - Zeit­schrift für Mana­ging Diver­sity und Diver­sity Studies.

  3. Mayr­hofer, W., Briscoe, J. P., Hall, D. T., Dick­mann, M., Dries, N., Kase, R., Parry, E.. & Unite, J. in press, 2016. Career success across the globe - Insights from the 5C project. Orga­niza­t­ional Dyna­mics, 45(2).

  4. Latzke, M., Katten­bach, R., Schneid­hofer, T., Schramm, F., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2016. Conse­quences of volun­tary job changes in Germany: A multi­level analysis for 1985 - 2013. Journal of Voca­tional Beha­vior, 93: 139-149.

  5. Shen, Y., Demel, B., Unite, J., Briscoe, J. P., Hall, D. T., Chud­zi­kowski, K., Mayr­hofer, W., Abdu­l-G­hani, R., Bogicevic Milikic, B., Colo­rado, O., Fei, Z., Las Heras, M., Oglia­stri, E., Pazy, A., Poon, J. M. L., Shefer, D., Tani­guchi, M., & Zikic, J. 2015. Career success across eleven coun­tries: impli­ca­tions for inter­na­tional human resource manage­ment. Inter­na­tional Journal of Human Resource Manage­ment, 26(13): 1753-1778.

  6. Supangco, V. & Mayr­hofer, W. 2014. Deter­mi­nants of work role tran­si­tion outcomes of Fili­pinos in Sing­a­pore. Journal of Global Mobi­lity, 2(3): 317-342.

  7. Katten­bach, R., Schneid­hofer, T. M., Lücke, J., Latzke, M., Loacker, B., Schramm, F., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2014. A quarter of a century of job tran­si­tions in Germany. Journal of Voca­tional Beha­vior, 84: 49-58.

  8. Demel, B., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2013. Dimen­sionen des Karrie­re­er­folgs: Wie sich Flex­pa­triates von Expa­triates unter­scheiden. PERSO­NAL­Quar­terly, 65(4): 20-25.

  9. Schneid­hofer, T. M., Schif­finger, M., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2012. Still a man’s world? The influ­ence of gender and gender role type on income in two busi­ness school graduate cohorts over time. Equa­lity, Diver­sity and Inclu­sion: An Inter­na­tional Journal, 31 (1): 65-82.

  10. Mayr­hofer, W. 2012. Falling for the Change Hype - or: (Career, HR, and OB) Rese­arch Should Know Better. Zeit­schrift für Perso­nal­for­schung, 26(1): 77-82.

  11. Gunz, H., Mayr­hofer, W., & Tolbert, P. 2011. Career as a Social and Poli­tical Pheno­menon in the Globa­lized Economy. Orga­niza­tion Studies, 32(12): 1613-1620

  12. Schneid­hofer, T. M., Schif­finger, M., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2011. Ein altes Spiel mit neuen Regeln? Karrieren, Gender und Mikro­po­litik aus einer Bour­dieu’schen Perspek­tive (An old game with new rules? Career, gender, and micro-­po­li­tics from a Bour­dieuan perspec­tive). Freie Asso­zia­tion – Zeit­schrift für das Unbe­wusste in Orga­ni­sa­tion und Kultur, 14(3+4): 133-155.

  13. Mayr­hofer, W., Brewster, C., Morley, M. J., & Ledolter, J. 2011. Hearing a diffe­rent drummer? Conver­gence of human resource manage­ment in Europe — A longi­tu­dinal analysis. Human Resource Manage­ment Review 21 (1): 50-67

  14. Brewster, C., Mayr­hofer, W., & Reichel, A. 2011. Riding the tiger? Going along with Cranet for two decades - A rela­tional perspec­tive  Human Resource Manage­ment Review, 21(1): 5-15

  15. Chud­zi­kowski, K., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2011. In search of the blue flower? Grand social theo­ries and career rese­arch: The case of Bour­dieu's theory of prac­tice. Human Rela­tions, 64(1): 19-36

  16. Gunz, H., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2011. Re-con­cep­tua­li­zing career success: a contextual approach. Zeit­schrift für Arbeits­markt­For­schung, 43(3): 251-260.

Beiträge in Sammel­werken

  1. Dick­mann, M., Cerdin, J.-L., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2016. Global Careers in Euro­pean MNEs: Diffe­rent Career Patterns in Europe? In M. Dick­mann & C. Brewster & P. Sparrow (Eds.), Inter­na­tional Human Resource Manage­ment. Contem­porary Issues in Europe, 3 ed.: 297-328. New York, Oxon: Rout­ledge.

  2. Latzke, M., Schneid­hofer, T., Pern­kopf, K., Rohr, C., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2015. Rela­tional career capital: towards a sustainable perspec­tive. In A. De Vos & B. Van der Heijden (Eds.), Hand­book of rese­arch on sustainable careers: 50-66. London: Edward Elgar Publis­hing.

  3. Kasper, H. & Mayr­hofer, W. 2015. Prolog: Zur Herstel­lung von Wirk­lich­keiten in Wirt­schaft und ihren Orga­ni­sa­tionen (About produ­cing reality in the economy and ist orga­ni­sa­tions). In W. Mayr­hofer & G. Furt­müller & H. Kasper (Eds.), Perso­nal­ma­nage­ment - Führung - Orga­ni­sa­tion: 9-16. Wien: Linde.

  4. Mayr­hofer, W. & Pern­kopf, K. 2015. Moti­va­tion und Arbeits­ver­halten (Moti­va­tion and work beha­viour). In W. Mayr­hofer & G. Furt­müller & H. Kasper (Eds.), Perso­nal­ma­nage­ment - Führung - Orga­ni­sa­tion: 71-110. Wien: Linde.

  5. Schneid­hofer, T., Latzke, M., & Mayr­hofer, W. 2015. Careers as Sites of Power: A Rela­tional Under­stan­ding of Careers Based on Bour­dieu's Corners­tones. In A. Tatli & M. Özbilgin & M. Kara­ta­s-Özkan (Eds.), Pierre Bour­dieu, Orga­ni­sa­tion, and Manage­ment: 19-36. New York, London: Rout­ledge

  6. Mayr­hofer, W. & Stein­be­reithner, M. A. 2015. Reli­gion and spiri­tua­lity – the blind spot of busi­ness schools? Empi­rical snap­shots and theo­re­tical reflec­tions. In S. Gröschl & R. Bendl (Eds.), Mana­ging Reli­gious Diver­sity in the Work­place. Exam­ples from Around the World: 281-302. Farnham, Burlington: Gower.

  7. Mayr­hofer, W. 2015. Fort. Schritt. Aber nicht: Marsch. Biblio­gra­phi­sche Montage über einen promis­kui­tiven Begriff (Pro.Gress. But not: March. Biblio­gra­phic montage about a promis­cui­tive concept). In T. Behrends & T. Jochims & W. Nien­hüser (Eds.), Erkenntnis und Fort­schritt. Beiträge aus der Perso­nal­for­schung und Manage­ment­praxis (Cogni­tion and progress. Cont­ri­bu­tions of personnel rese­arch and manage­ment prac­tice): 1-5. München, Mering: Hampp.

  8. Mabey, C. & Mayr­hofer, W. 2015. What Kind of Leader Are You Beco­ming?  In C. Mabey & W. Mayr­hofer (Eds.), Deve­lo­ping Leadeship. Ques­tions Busi­ness Schools Don't Ask: 1-28. Los Angeles et al.: Sage.

  9. Ward, A. & Mayr­hofer, W. 2015. Ques­tions Busi­ness Schools Are Unable to Ask. In C. Mabey & W. Mayr­hofer (Eds.), Deve­lo­ping Leadeship. Ques­tions Busi­ness Schools Don't Ask: 46-56. Los Angeles et al.: Sage.

  10. Mabey, C. & Mayr­hofer, W. 2015. Coda: Reflec­tions on the Book, Its Genesis and Its Impact?  In C. Mabey & W. Mayr­hofer (Eds.), Deve­lo­ping Leadeship. Ques­tions Busi­ness Schools Don't Ask: 288-292. Los Angeles et al.: Sage.

  11. Brewster, C., Mayr­hofer, W., & Cooke, F. L. 2015. Conver­gence, diver­gence and diffu­sion of HRM in emer­ging markets. In F. Horwitz & P. Budhwar (Eds.), Hand­book of Human Resource Manage­ment in Emer­ging Markets: 451-469. Chel­tenham, UK; Nort­hampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.

  12. Brewster, C. & Mayr­hofer, W. 2015. Compa­ra­tive Human Resource Manage­ment. In A.-W. Harzing & A. Pinnington (Eds.), Inter­na­tional Human Rescource Manage­ment: 45-79 London: Sage.

  13. Mayr­hofer, W. 2014. Karriere - Annäh­e­rungen an eine Miss­ver­stan­dene. In B. Pless­l-­Schorn (Ed.), Karriere in der Pflege - genug Platz für alle? Gestal­tungs­mög­l­ich­keiten beruf­li­cher Lauf­bahnen: 11-125. Wien: Facultas.wuv.

  14. Mayr­hofer, W. 2013. Verhalten in und von Teams (Beha­viour in and of teams). In B. Grei­mel-­Fuhr­mann (Ed.), Soziale Kompe­tenz im Manage­ment (Social compe­tence in manage­ment): 111-130. Wien: Facultas.

  15. Mayr­hofer, W. 2013. Macht Macht Macht? Jeden­falls: Macht macht (Powers power power? In any case: power powers). In H. Hoßfeld, & R. Ortlieb (Eds.), Macht und Employ­ment Rela­tions. Fest­schrift für Werner Nien­hüser (Power and employ­ment rela­tions. Special edition for Werner Nien­hüser): 15-20. München, Mering: Hampp.

      Vorträge

      1. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Mana­ging HRM in Europe. The Cranet inter­na­tional obser­va­tory. Invited keynote presen­ta­tion at AIDP confe­rence on ‘Enga­ge­ment o effi­ci­enza? I trend nella gestione delle risorse umaneu’, Milano, Italy, 1 December 2015.

      2. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Die im Dunkeln sieht man nicht. Oder: context matters – auch und gerade bei ideen­ge­schicht­li­cher Rekon­struk­tion (Those in the dark are invi­sible. Or: context matters – also and in parti­cular when recon­struc­ting the history of ideas). Paper presented at Ideen­ge­schichte der Betriebs­wirt­schafts­lehre, Hamburg, Germany, 21-22 September 2015.

      3. Katha­rina Pern­kopf, Mila Laza­rova, & Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. A multi-­si­tua­tional perspec­tive on the study of stra­tegic HRM: Cont­ri­bu­tions from conven­tion theory. Paper presented at the Academy of Manage­ment Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 6-11 August 2015.

      4. Silvia Dello Russo, Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer, Antonio Caetano, & Ana Passos. HR prac­tices during the Portu­guese finan­cial crisis. Paper presented at sympo­sium on ‘The impact of the finan­cial crisis on HRM and employee beha­vior: Evidence from Europe’, Academy of Manage­ment Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 6-11 August 2015.

      5. Petra Eggen­ho­fer-­Re­hart, Markus Latzke, Michael Schif­finger, & Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Career patterns of Austrian busi­ness school graduates – a sequence analysis. Paper presented at sympo­sium on ‘Applying Sequence Analysis in Careers & HRM Rese­arch – Taking It to the Next Level’, Academy of Manage­ment Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 6-11 August 2015.

      6. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Personal bran­ding through digital tools. Presented at Profes­sional Deve­lop­ment Work­shop on ‘Become an Academic Rock Star: Using Digital Tools to Build Your Personal Brand’, Academy of Manage­ment Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 6-11 August 2015.

      7. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer, & Petra Eggen­ho­fer-­Re­hart. Compa­ra­tive Career Rese­arch – an emer­ging field. Presented at Profes­sional Deve­lop­ment Work­shop on ‘New avenues in inter­na­tional career rese­arch’, Academy of Manage­ment Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 6-11 August 2015.

      8. Katha­rina Pern­kopf, & Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Vorwärts, zurück in die Vergan­gen­heit. Anmer­kungen zu einer Theorie der Pfad­bre­chung (Ahead, back into the past. Remarks on a theory of path disrup­tion). Presented at Pfingst­ta­gung des Verbands der Hoch­schul­lehrer für Betriebs­wirt­schaft e.V., Vienna, Austria, 28-29 May 2015.

      9. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Career Divi­sion Ambas­sador Initia­tive – Expe­ri­ences and Outlook. Presented at Europan Asso­cia­tion of Work and Orga­niza­t­ional Psycho­logy (EAWOP), Oslo, Norway, 21-23 May 2015.

      10. Katha­rina Pern­kopf, & Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Part of a bigger game: Being a good work­place for inno­va­tive people – A conven­ti­on-­theo­re­tical perspec­tive. Presented at Europan Asso­cia­tion of Work and Orga­niza­t­ional Psycho­logy (EAWOP), Oslo, Norway, 21-23 May 2015.

      11. Katha­rina Pern­kopf, Mila Laza­rova, & Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Trans­na­tional orga­niza­t­ions and insti­tu­tional comple­xity: Actors’ compe­tence to incor­po­rate global stra­tegic orga­niza­t­ional prac­tices into local coor­di­na­tion situa­tions. Paper presented at New Insti­tu­tional Theory Work­shop, WU Vienna, Austria, 26-27 March 2015.

      12. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Invited comments on Stefan W. Konlechner, Gerald Eisen­kopf, Wolf­gang H. Güttel, Stephan Nüesch, Barbara Müller, Irina Koprax, Karin Link (JKU Linz): A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Orga­niza­t­ional Defense in Inter­pre­tive Schema Change. Kommis­sion Orga­ni­sa­tion, Zurich, Swit­z­er­land, 13 February 2015.

      13. Petra Eggen­ho­fer-­Re­hart, Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer, & Astrid Reichel. Dimen­sions of career success – A global perspec­tive and a coun­try­-­spe­cific illus­tra­tion. Paper presented at 1st Inter­na­tional Work­shop on Career Manage­ment „Promo­tion Systems: Rules – Expe­ri­ences – Prefe­rences – Atti­tudes“, Reut­lingen (Germany), December 11-13, 2014.

      14. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Karriere – Annäh­e­rungen an eine Miss­ver­stan­dene (Career – getting closer to some­thing frequqently misun­ders­tood). Invited keynote presen­ta­tion, Fach­ta­gung Karriere in der Pflege – genug Platz für alle? Gestal­tungs­mög­l­ich­keiten beruf­li­cher Lauf­bahnen. Vienna, Austria, 6 November 2014.

      15. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Der Reform­pro­zess der Bundes­-­S­port­för­de­rung. Refle­xionen mit der Gnade des Rück­blicks. (The reform process of the Federal Sport­sub­sidy System. Reflec­tions based on the grace of hind­sight). Invited keynote presen­ta­tion, Fach­ta­gung Abstim­mung zwischen Bundes­-­S­port­fach­ver­bänden und Bundes­-Dach­ver­bänden, Vienna, Austria 31 October 2014.

      16. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Invited comments on Berna­dette Bullinger/Corinna Treisch: Herding cats and other para­doxes – Future profes­sio­nals’ expec­ta­tions of good employers. Herbst­work­shop Kommis­sion Personal, Graz, Austria, 25  September 2014.

      17. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Spit­zen­sport und Wirt­schaft – eine Refle­xion (Top sports and economy – a reflec­tion). Invited keynote, Praxis­tage Drei, Neusiedl/See, Austria, 12 September 2014.

      18. Chris Brewster, Mila Laza­rova, & Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. The effects of place and time on the work of HRM depart­ments and the profile of senior HRM execu­tives. Paper presented at Academy of Manage­ment Meeting, Phil­adel­phia, PA, USA, 1-5 August 2014.

      19. Jon P. Briscoe, Robert Kaše, Nicky Dries, Anders Dysvik, Julie Unite, K. Övgü Çakmak-Otluoğlu,  Ifedapo Adeeye, Eleni Apospori, Olesegun Babala, Silvia Bagdadli, Jean-Luc Cerdin, Jong-­Seok Cha, Zhang­feng Fei, Martina Gian­ec­chini,  Najung Kim, Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer, Sushanta K. Mishra,  Astrid Reichel, Richa Saxena, Yan Shen, Vivien Supangco,  & Marijke Verbruggen. A Cros­s-­Cul­tu­rally Gene­rated Measure of Career Success:  Results of a three stage study. Presented at Academy of Manage­ment Meeting, Phil­adel­phia, PA, USA, 1-5 August 2014.

      20. Katha­rina Pern­kopf, Mila Laza­rova, & Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Compa­ra­tive HRM and conven­tion theory. Presented at Academy of Manage­ment Meeting, Phil­adel­phia, PA, USA, 1-5 August 2014.

      21. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer, & Noreen Saher. The Import­ance of Being Earnest. Data Collec­tion and Inter­pre­ta­tion in Uncon­ven­tional Contexts – Expe­ri­ences and Lessons Learned. Presented at Profes­sional Deve­lop­ment Work­shop, Academy of Manage­ment Meeting, Phil­adel­phia, PA, USA, 1-5 August 2014.

      22. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Getting Tenure in non-US Univer­si­ties – the case of German-­spea­king coun­tries. Presented at Profes­sional Deve­lop­ment Work­shop HR Divi­sion ‘Getting Tenure in non-US Univer­si­ties’, Academy of Manage­ment Meeting, Phil­adel­phia, PA, USA, 1-5 August 2014.

      23. Thomas Schneid­hofer, Markus Latzke, & Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Caring for others or just for oneself? An explo­ra­tory study of Diver­sity Mana­gers' careers in Austria. Paper presented at 30th EGOS Collo­quium, Stan­ding Working Group 01: Careers within and across Orga­niza­t­ions, Rotterdam, The Nether­lands, 3-6 July 2014.

      24. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. The Social Chro­no­logy Frame­work: towards helping career rese­arch make better use of orga­niza­tion studies. Presented at SCANCOR Monday Seminar Series, Stan­ford Univer­sity, Palo Alto, CA, USA, 12 May 2014.

      25. Wolf­gang Mayr­hofer. Falling into the same trap twice? A plea for a contextua­lized frame­work of human resource manage­ment. Presented at SCANCOR Friday Seminar Series, Stan­ford Univer­sity, Palo Alto, CA, USA, 11 April 2014.

      Forschungs­ar­beiten von Prof. Mayr­hofer in FIDES.

      Lehr­ver­an­stal­tungen von Prof. Mayr­hofer im elek­tro­ni­schen VVZ.