Dr. Albert Kräh

Research interests


Expatriate Management
Health and Work-Life Balance Management
IHRM and Tourism


Regional focus


South-East Asia
Middle East


Dissertation topic


Topic: Managing Work and Private Life Demands Abroad - The case of foreign employees in Asia's high performing countries (Abstract)


Awards and Honors


JGM Best Paper Award at the 14th Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management (EURAM 2014)


Conference Presentations and Publications


Kraeh, A., Froese, F.J. Kim, S.G. (2016). Does socio-cultural and psychological adjustment influence physical health? The case of North Korean refugees in South Korea. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 51(1), 54-60.


Kraeh, A., Froese, F. J., Park, H. (2015): Foreign Professionals in South Korea: Integration or Alienantion? In D'Costa, A. (Ed.) After-Development Dynamics: South Korea's Contemporary Engagement with Asia. Oxford University Press.


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


Kraeh, A., Froese F.J. (2015): For better or worse? The influence of socio-cultural and psychological adjustment on North Korean refugees' health in South Korea. 9th Biennial Congress of the International Academy for Intercultural Research (IAIR). Bergen, Norway, June, 2015.


Kraeh, A., Froese, F. J. (2014): Cross-cultural adjustment and burnout. 22nd International Congress of the International Association for Cross-cultural Psychology (IACCP). Reims, France, July, 2014.


Kraeh, A., Froese, F. J. (2014): The Dark Side of Expatriation. 56th Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business (AIB). Vancouver, Canada, June, 2014.


Kraeh, A., Froese, F. J. (2014): Do expatriates suffer from burnout? 14th Annual Conference of the Academy of European Management (EURAM). Valencia, Spain, June, 2014.


Kraeh, A. (2013): Tourism today. Interactive travel and the performance of "mobile sociality". Book Review of "Travel Connections. Tourism, technology and togetherness in a mobile world" by Jennie Germann Molz. Space and Culture,16(4), 461-463.