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Dr Katharina Bader

Associate Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dr. Katharina Bader's research focusses on diversity management and expatriate management and her special interest lies in international and comparative studies. Before moving to the UK, she has lived and conducted research in several countries including Canada, Germany, India and Japan. Her studies have been published in international, peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Work Employment and Society and The International Journal of Human Resource Management and she has received several international awards for her research. Before her academic career, she gained experience in the private sector where she worked as a leadership development manager and a trainer.

Katharina Bader

Diversity management

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  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • When Foreign Waves Hit Home Shores: Organizational Identification in Psychological Contract Breach‐Violation Relationships During International Assignments, Schuster, T., Bader, B., Bader, A., Rousseau, D. 1 Mar 2022, In: Journal of Organizational Behavior
  • Gender diversity management in foreign subsidiaries: A comparative study in Germany and Japan, Bader, A., Froese, F., Cooke, F., Schuster, T. 17 Dec 2021, In: Journal of International Management
  • ‘I Find it Daunting . . . That I’m Gonna Have to Deal with This until 60’: Extended Working Lives and the Sustainable Employability of Operational Firefighters , Egdell, V., Hussein, R., Harrison, D., Bader, A., Wilson, R. 15 Oct 2021, In: Work, Employment and Society
  • One way or another? An international comparison of expatriate performance management in multinational companies, Bader, A., Bader, B., Froese, F., Sekiguchi, T. 1 Sep 2021, In: Human Resource Management
  • Retaining repatriates: the role of career derailment upon repatriation and how it can be mitigated, Breitenmoser, A., Bader, A. 12 Apr 2021, In: The International Journal of Human Resource Management
  • Can we release the brake on the career re-entry of mothers?: A UK perspective, Bader, A., Blenkinsopp, J. 19 May 2020, Career Dynamics in a Global World, Cheltenham, Edwin Elgar
  • Foreign and domestic company attractiveness to host national employees in Japan: A person–organization fit and image theory perspective, Peltokorpi, V., Bader, A., Froese, F. 1 Dec 2019, In: International Journal of Selection and Assessment
  • Promoting gender equality in a challenging environment: The case of Scandinavian subsidiaries in Japan, Kemper, L., Bader, A., Froese, F. 4 Feb 2019, In: Personnel Review
  • Relocation with or without you: An attachment theory perspective on expatriate withdrawal, Karunarathne, R., Froese, F., Bader, A. 1 Aug 2019, Academy of Management Proceedings, Briarcliff Manor, NY, Academy of Management
  • Surviving the desk-review, Froese, F., Bader, A. 14 Feb 2019, In: Asian Business and Management

  • Divya Vijayan Start Date: 01/02/2022
  • Divya Vijayan Start Date: 01/10/2021 End Date: 05/11/2021
  • Carly Richards Full House: Investigating dual-career parents’ thriving whilst working from home Start Date: 01/10/2021

  • Business Administration PhD May 15 2012
  • Education (other/general) Diploma November 13 2007

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