Since September 2011 Michael Muller-Camen is a Full Professor at the Institute of Human Resource Management. His research concentrates on Sustainable Human Resource Management (HRM). Within this emerging subject, his research focuses on Age Management, Green HRM, Industrial Relations and Social Reporting. In addition he is researching the impact of national institutional differences on HRM and is exploring the link between quantum physics, management and spirituality.
During the past two decades, Professor Muller-Camen’s work has been widely published in peer-reviewed journals including the British Journal of Industrial Relations, the British Journal of Management, the Journal of Management Studies, the Journal of Vocational Behavior, Human Relations and Organisation Studies.
Professor Muller-Camen began his career working in management in Germany. He completed his MSc at the London School of Economics and his PhD at Birkbeck College, before beginning his career in academia. Prior to joining WU, Michael Muller-Camen was a Professor of International HRM at Middlesex University, London, where he retains a visiting professorship. He has also held academic positions at the University of Innsbruck, the WU, DeMontfort University (UK) and the International University (Germany).
He is a co-editor in chief of Zeitschrift für Personalforschung (German Journal of Research in Human Resource Management) and has received research grants from the Economic and Social Research Council (UK), The Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society and the European Union Training and Mobility Researcher Scheme.
At WU he is a member of the Equal Opportunities Working Group, the works council and several self-government committees.
See also Google Scholar Profile at http://scholar.google.at/citations?user=kGx3dooAAAAJ&hl=de
Haddock-Millar, Julie, Sanyal, Chandana, Michael Muller-Camen (2015) Green Human Resource Management: a Comparative Study of a US MNC, International Journal of Human Resource Management (in print)
Ehnert, Ina, Parsa, Sepideh, Roper, Ian, Wagner, Marcus and Michael Müller-Camen (2015). Reporting on Sustainability and HRM: A Comparative Study of Sustainability Reporting Practices by the World’s Largest Companies, International Journal of Human Resource Management (in print).
Schroder, Heike, Muller-Camen, Michael and Matt Flynn (2014). The Management of an Ageing Workforce: Organizational Policies in Germany and Britain, Human Resource Management Journal, Vol. 4, No. 4, 394–409.
Flynn, Matt, Upchurch, Martin, Muller-Camen, Michael and Heike Schroder (2013). Trade Union Responses to Ageing Workforces in the UK and Germany, Human Relations, Vol. 66, No. 1, 45-64.
Jackson, Susan E., Renwick, Douglas W.S., Jabbour, Charbel J.C. and Michael Muller-Camen (2011). State-of-the-Art and Future Directions for Green Human Resource Management: Introduction to the Special Issue, Zeitschrift für Personalforschung, Vol. 25, No. 2, 99-116.
Muller-Camen, Michael, Croucher, Richard, Flynn, Matt and Heike Schroder (2011). National Institutions and Employers´ Age Management Practices in Britain and Germany: ‘Path Dependence’ and Option Exploration, Human Relations, Vol. 64, No. 4, 507-530.
Dickmann, Michael, Muller-Camen, Michael and Clare Kelliher (2009). Exploring Standardisation and Knowledge Networking Processes in Transnational Human Resource Management. Personnel Review, Vol. 38, No. 1, 5-25.
Tempel, Anne, Edwards, Tony, Ferner, Anthony, Muller-Camen, Michael and Hartmut Wächter (2006). Subsidiary Responses to Institutional Duality: Collective Representation Practices of US Multinationals in Britain and Germany, Human Relations, Vol. 59, No. 11, 1543-1570.
Dickmann, Michael and Michael Müller-Camen (2006). A Typology of International Human Resource Management Strategies and Processes, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol. 17, No. 4, 580-601.
Almond, Phil, Edwards, Tony, Colling, Trevor, Ferner, Anthony, Gunnigle, Paddy, Muller-Camen, Michael, Quintanilla Javier and Hartmut Wächter (2005). Unraveling Home and Host Country Effects: An Investigation of the HR Policies of an American Multinational in Four European Countries, Industrial Relations, Vol. 44, No. 2, 276-306.
Muller-Camen, Michael and Stefan Salzgeber (2005). Changes in Academic Work and the Chair Regime: The Case of German Business Administration Academics, Organization Studies, Vol. 26, No. 2, 271-290.
Giardini, Angelo, Kabst, Rüdiger and Michael Müller-Camen (2005). HRM in the German Business System: A Review, Management Revue, Vol. 16, No. 1, 63-80.
Müller-Camen, Michael, Mayrhofer, Wolfgang, Ledolter, Johannes, Strunk, Guido and Christiane Erten-Buch (2004). Pure Rhetorik? Populäre personalwirtschaftliche Handlungsempfehlungen der 1990er Jahre und ihre Umsetzung - eine international vergleichende empirische Analyse, Zeitschrift für Personalforschung, Vol. 18, No. 2, 164-182.
Harley, Sandra, Muller-Camen, Michael and Audrey Collin (2004). From Academic Communities to Managed Organisations: The Implications for Academic Careers in German and UK Universities, Journal of Vocational Behaviour, Vol. 64, No. 2, 329-345.
Ferner, Anthony, Almond, Phil, Clark, Ian, Colling, Trevor, Edwards, Tony, Holden, Len and Michael Muller-Camen (2004). The Dynamics of Central Control and Subsidiary Autonomy in the Management of Human Resources: Case Study Evidence from US MNCs in the UK, Organization Studies, Vol. 25, No. 3, 363-391.
Mayrhofer, Wolfgang, Muller-Camen, Michael, Ledolter, Johannes, Strunk, Guido and Christiane Erten-Buch (2002). The Diffusion of Management Concepts in Europe: Conceptual Considerations and Longitudinal Analysis, Journal of Cross Cultural Competence & Management, Vol. 3, 315-345.
Wächter, Hartmut and Michael Muller-Camen (2002) Co-determination and Strategic Integration in German Firms, Human Resource Management Journal, Vol. 12, No. 3, 76-87.
Mayer, Gerit, Andersen, Torben and Michael Muller (2001) Employment Restructuring and Flexibility in Austrian and Danish Banking, European Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 7, No. 1, 71-87.
Muller, Michael (2000). Employee Representation and Pay in Austria, Germany and Sweden, International Studies of Management & Organization, Vol. 29, No. 4, 66-82.
Muller, Michael (1999). Human Resource Management under Institutional Constraints –The Case of Germany-, British Journal of Management, Vol.10, Special Issue September, S31-S44.
Muller, Michael (1999). Enthusiastic Embrace or Critical Reception? –The German HRM Debate-, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 35, No. 4, 465-482.
Muller, Michael (1999). Unitarism, Pluralism and Human Resource Management in Germany, Management International Review, Vol. 39, Special Issue 1999/3, 125-144.
Muller, Michael (1998). Human Resource and Industrial Relations Practices of UK and US Multinationals in Germany, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol. 9, No. 4, 732-749.
Muller, Michael (1997). Institutional Resilience in a Changing World Economy: The Case of the German Banking and Chemical Industries, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 35, No. 4, 609-628.