Prof. Dr. Almasa Sarabi
Assistant Professorship of International Human Resource Management
Almasa Sarabi studied linguistics, cultural studies, and business administration in Hamburg, Goettingen, Pune (India), and Uppsala (Sweden). She obtained her PhD in Goettingen in 2017 with research stints in South Korea and Canada. In 2017, Almasa became Assistant Professor of International Human Resource Management at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.
Almasa examines new patterns in work and employment. She conducts research focusing on individuals’ (non-)communication behaviors examining when and why (middle) managers remain silent vis-à-vis different stakeholders and how they talk about their work. A second focus of her research examines hiring practices in organizations with current projects exploring how unconscious hiring bias affect subsequent outcomes.
Shades of silence: Why subsidiary managers remain silent vis-à-vis their headquarters
In: Journal of World Business 55 (2020), Article No.: 101147
Entrepreneurial leadership and MNE subsidiary performance: The moderating role of subsidiary context
In: International Business Review (2020)
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Managing global talent flows
In: David G. Collings, Hugh Scullion, Paula M. Caligiuri (ed.): Global Talent Management, New York: Routledge, 2019, p. 61-75
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Is international assignment experience a ticket to the top of a foreign subsidiary? The moderating effect of subsidiary context
In: Journal of World Business 52 (2017), p. 680-690
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