associate senior lecturer at Department of Psychology, Personality, Social and Organizational Psychology
My research interests are related to the field of organizational justice (perceptions and enactment), rumination, well-being, occupational health, among employees and entrepreneurs/owner-managers.
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June 2015 – May 2018 Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Organizational Behavior, Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia.
Visiting Scholar in December 2015, February 2016, March 2017, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University.
Since June 2015 Lecturer (Assistant Professor) of Organizational Behavior, Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia, UK.
2015 Course instructor Organizational Behavior, Department of Management, Law and Human Resources, EMLYON Business School, France.
2014 Visiting PhD Candidate, College of Business Administration, University of Central Florida, US.
2012 Visiting PhD Student, Department of Management, Law and Human Resources, EMLYON Business School, France.
The overall aim of my research program is to contribute to the understanding of the relationship between organizational justice and well-being/health. In this, my research combines both fundamental and applied sciences. I am interested in justice enactment (‘the justice actor’ perspective) as well as justice perceptions. I study both employees and small business entrepreneurs. I have also recently begun to study the health processes of entrepreneurs in more detail. As my core goal involves understanding psychosomatic processes, I tend to focus on longitudinal data analysis techniques, as a complement to other techniques including laboratory studies and cross-sectional surveys. In my dissertation, I show that fairness perceptions are important for employees work attitudes, behaviors, and this extends to their health. This makes it an important area for employees and the wider society. Further, as entrepreneurs are crucial for employment creation, it is important to understand the behaviors and well-being of entrepreneurs better.
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