Professur für Personalmanagement mit Schwerpunkt China / Asien

Dr. Mohan Pyari Maharjan

Professional Experience

Since 2016

University of Goettingen, Germany
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (from Sept. 2016 on) at the Chair of HRM and Asian Business

2013 - 2016

Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University, Japan
Teaching & Research Assistant, Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior


2013

Panasonic Corporation, Head Office, Osaka, Japan
Intern, HRM Department


2012 - 2016

Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University, Japan
Student Assistant, Exchange Student Support





Academic Experience


2013 - 2016

Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University, Japan
PhD in International Human Resource Management

2011 - 2013

Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University, Japan
MBA in Human Resource Management

2012

ESSEC Business School, Paris, France
Exchange Student


2010 - 2011

Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University, Japan
Research Student



Research Focus

International Recruiting of Global Talent
International Human Resource Management
Expatriate Management


Regional Focus

South Asia
Japan


Publications



Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals



Maharjan, M. P., & Sekiguchi, T. (2016). Human resource management practices at foreign-affiliated companies in least-developed regions: US and Japanese Companies in Nepal. Asian Business & Management, 15(2), 137-164.


Maharjan, M. P., & Sekiguchi, T. (2016). The Influence and Effectiveness of US-style and Japanese-style HR Practices on Indian Firms: A Conceptual Perspective. South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management, 3(1), 58-74.


Grill, T. V., Maharjan, M. P., & Sekiguchi, T. (2016). Human Resource Management of Japanese Companies in Hungary: How do Japanese and Hungarian Styles Blend?. Journal of East-West Business, 22(3), 145-167.


Maharjan M.P. & Sekiguchi T. Human resource management practices of Japanese companies in India: Dealing with transfer?adaptation dichotomy?, Journal of Asia Business Studies (in press).


Conference Presentations



Maharjan M.P. & Sekiguchi T. (2015). Why do Japanese companies establish a particular set of HR practices in India?. Annual Meeting of The Association of Japanese Business Studies. Bengaluru, India, June 2015.


Maharjan M.P. & Sekiguchi T. (2015). Human resource management and labor productivity in Indian firms: The influence of US-style versus Japanese-style HR practices?. Biennial Meeting of The Asia Academy of Management. Hong Kong, June 2015.


Maharjan M.P. & Sekiguchi T. (2014). Shaping the Japanese management abroad: how and why Japanese companies are embedded with particular practices in India. HRM in Asia, Distinctiveness of Asian Human Resource Management Colloquium. Paris, France, September 2014.


Maharjan M.P. & Sekiguchi T. (2014). Indian HRM and the adaptability of Japanese management in India: a review and research agenda. Biennial Meeting of The International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management. Tokyo, Japan, September 2014.


Maharjan M.P. (2014). Human resource management in India: A review and research agenda; public and private sectors, and Japanese Companies. Annual Meeting of The Association of Japanese Business Studies. Vancouver, Canada, June 2014.


Maharjan M.P. & Sekiguchi T. (2014). Shaping the Indian human resource management: A review, a framework development and a future direction. The HR Division International Conference of Academy of Management. Beijing, China, June 2014.


Maharjan M.P. & Sekiguchi T. (2014). Dominance effect in least developed regions: A case on human resource practices of foreign affiliated companies in Nepal. Management Theory and Practice Conference. Kitakyushu, Japan, April 2014.


Maharjan M.P. & Sekiguchi T. (2013). The integration versus installation framework: Human resource practices of foreign-affiliated companies in the least developed regions. Annual Convention of The Japanese Association of Administrative Science. Nagoya, Japan, November 2013.


Maharjan M.P. & Sekiguchi T. (2013). Human resource practices of foreign-affiliated companies in the least developed regions: A case of US and Japanese companies in Nepal. Annual Meeting of The Association of Japanese Business Studies. Istanbul, Turkey, July 2013.


Invited Talks


Research Methodology: Qualitative Study, Beijing Jiaotong University, 17 June 2014, China.


Awards and Honors


Japan Government Scholarship (MEXT) for MBA and PhD, 2010 - 2016.