Professur für Personalmanagement mit Schwerpunkt China / Asien

Professur für Personalmanagement mit Schwerpunkt China / Asien

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.

Opening conference of the Centre for Global Migration Studies (CeMig)

This opening conference of the Centre for Global Migration Studies (CeMig) focuses on migration as a global phenomenon. It offers cross-regional and interdisciplinary perspectives to contribute to the understanding that current migration can only be understood in the context of global processes rather than national frameworks. This is illustrated in various panels covering a broad range of conjoining factors, such as human rights, climate change, education, labor or religious pluralization.

For more information on the program and how to register visit:
Registration deadline 10.06.2018 (Students and all who are interested are welcome to join).
Sponsored by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur.

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Spots available in the masters lecture: Doing Business in Korea

Doing Business in Japan / India / Korea
Learn more about the economic and cultural environment of Korean business, obtain insights into successfully doing business in South Korea, and apply theory into practice by using contemporary case studies.

For more details, please contact Sonja Franzke: