Chair of Human Resources Management and Asian Business

Chair of Human Resources Management and Asian Business

Welcome to the Chair of Human Resources Management and Asian Business

In today’s knowledge intensive world, highly qualified people have become a source for superior financial firm performance. Changing demographics and globalization have further led to a ‘global war for talent.’ In response to these trends, human resource management has become an important department in (multinational) enterprises and an important subject for business students. The Chair offers courses and conducts research that tackles these challenges. The Chair’s core expertise includes (international) human resource management, cross-cultural management, and Asian business. Considering the increased political and economic power of Asia, particular emphasis is placed on China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, and Indonesia, in addition to Germany.


We are recruiting

We are seeking exceptional candidates to join our Chair. If interested, please take a look at our current vacancies. The full job descriptions and application details can be found in the vacancies section in the column to the right (last updated on April 3rd, 2018). At the moment, the following positions are available:

  • Student assistant for IT support / Studentische Hilfskraft für Unterstützung in IT


K.I.T.F.E.M. – Knowledge and Innovation in, to and from Emerging Markets

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The European Commission has successfully approved the first scientific deliverable from Goettingen University within the project K.I.T.F.E.M. (Knowledge and Innovation in, to and from Emerging Markets) – A review on expatriate knowledge transfer to and from emerging markets.

The related work package within the project titled “Expatriates as agents of knowledge transfer” investigates the opportunities and challenges of knowledge acquisition and transfer of different types of expatriates with special focus on emerging countries. In the literature review, several promising directions for future studies were identified, such as reverse knowledge transfer from developing countries involving inpatriates and repatriates. The review laid foundations for the upcoming qualitative and quantitative studies involving different types of expatriates at different stages of their assignments, which will explore expatriate knowledge transfer in greater depth (scheduled for 2018-2019).

K.I.T.F.E.M. is a collaborative project and staff exchange program between 22 partners from academia, industry and public administration from 10 countries running until the end of 2019. The project received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 734447.

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