Professur für Personalmanagement mit Schwerpunkt China / Asien

Samuel E. Davies


Education

Since 2014

University of Goettingen, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Germany
Doctoral Candidate in Management

2005

University of Exeter, Exeter, United Kingdom
MA International Studies

2004

University of Wales, Swansea, United Kingdom
BA Ancient History



Other Qualifications


2007

LAL Torbay Language School, Paignton (UK)
CELTA certificate - Cambridge English Language Teaching Association



Professional Experience


Since 2015

Chair for HRM and Asian Business, University of Goettingen, Germany
Research Associate

2009-2014

Namseoul University, Cheonan, South Korea
Assistant professor - English as a second language

2008-2009

Honam University, Gwangju, South Korea
Lecturer - English as a second language

2005-2008

British Telecom, Exeter, UK
Job Controller - coordinating optical fibre Provision to 3G cell sites



Awards and Honors


2017

European Academy of Management (EURAM), Glasgow, UK, Best Conference Paper

EURAM, Glasgow, UK, Journal of Global Mobility Best Paper Award

Academy of Management (AOM), New Orleans, U.S.A.: Finalist, Carolyn Dexter Award for Best International Paper

AOM, New Orleans, U.S.A.: Finalist, Best Paper OB/HRM/OT International Management Division

2016

European International Business Academy (EIBA), Vienna, Austria: Nominee, Best Reviewer



Publications

Peer-Reviewed Article



Davies, S. E., Stoermer, S., & Froese, F. J. (in press). When the going gets tough: The influence of resilience and organizational inclusion climate on expatriate work adjustment and turnover intentions. The International Journal of Human Resource Management.

Stoermer, S., Davies, S., & Froese, F. J. (2017). Expatriates’ Cultural Intelligence, Embeddedness and Knowledge Sharing: A Multilevel Analysis. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2017(1). https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2017.155.

Stoermer, S., Davies, S. E., Bahrisch, O., & Portniagin, F. (2017). For sensation’s sake: Differences in female and male expatriates’ relocation willingness to dangerous countries based on sensation seeking. Journal of Global Mobility, 5(4), 374–390.

Davies, S., Kraeh, A., & Froese, F. (2015). Burden or support? The influence of partner nationality on expatriate cross-cultural adjustment. Journal of Global Mobility, 3(2), 169-182




Research Interests


 

Expatriate Management


Personality Traits, including Cultural Intelligence, Resilience, and Proactivity


Country and Organizational level factors



Regional Focus

 Asia

Europe



Dissertation project
 

Expatriate Personality Traits