Constanze Eib

associate senior lecturer at Department of Psychology, Clinical Psychology

Email:
constanze.eib[AT-sign]psyk.uu.se
Telephone:
+4618-471 2115
Visiting address:
Von Kraemers allé 1A och 1C
752 37 Uppsala
Postal address:
Box 1225
751 42 UPPSALA

Short presentation

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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My courses

Biography

Education

PhD in Work and Organizational Psychology, Stockholm University, Sweden (2015)

Diploma, Heidelberg University, Germany (2010), Major: Work and Organizational Psychology

Professional experience

Since May 2018 - Biträdande universitetslektor in Work and Organizational Psychology, Uppsala University.

June 2015 – May 2018 Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Organizational Behavior, Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia.

2011 - 2015 PhD student at Department of Psychology, Stockholm University.

International experience

Dec 2017 Course instructor Work and Organizational Psychology, Department of Psychology, Heidelberg University.

Jan 2017 Course instructor Human Resource Management, EMLYON Business School at Shanghai Campus.

Jan 2016 Course instructor Human Resource Management, EMLYON Business School at Shanghai Campus.

March 2015 Course instructor Organizational Behavior, Department of Management, Law and Human Resources, EMLYON Business School, France.

Visiting Scholar in December 2015, February 2016, March 2017, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University.

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.

Other professional experience

April 2010 – January 2011 Project Officer
School of Management, Department of Occupational Psychology, University of Surrey, UK.

April 2010 – January 2011 Research Officer
School of Management, Department of Occupational Psychology, University of Surrey, UK.

October 2009 – April 2010 Research Assistant
Department of Work and Organizational Psychology, Psychological Institute, Heidelberg University, Germany.

February – September 2009 Project Leader
SHL – Saville & Holdsworth Limited, Frankfurt, Germany.

September 2006 – February 2009 Research Assistant
Department of Personality Research – Section Gender and Health Psychology, Psychological Institute, Heidelberg University, Germany.

GRANTS

Research visit grant (Matariki, PI Constanze Eib). 2020 Uppsala University for Otago University (32,000 SEK).

Workshop Support (One-Day Workshop on Psychological Aspects of Entrepreneurship: Establishing an Interdisciplinary Research Network, PI Constanze Eib). 2019 Supported by Centre for Integrated Research on Culture and Society (CIRCUS), Uppsala University.

Seedcorn funding (Justice trajectories in newcomers, PI Constanze Eib) 2017 University of East Anglia (17,000 SEK).

PhD Scholarship. 2011 Department of Psychology, Stockholm University (ranked as number 1).

Project grant as co-applicant

Program grant (Employment contracts, job insecurity, unionization, working conditions, work-related attitudes and health among women and men in a flexible labor market, PI Magnus Sverke, diarienummer 2019-01311). 2019 FORTE (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working life and Welfare) (8,700,000 SEK for the first 3 years).

Project grant (Beyond ill-health – The impact of organizational injustice on withdrawal from work and labor market exit, PI Constanze Leineweber, diarienummer 2017-00259). 2017 Forte (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working life and Welfare) (3,330,000 SEK).

Project grant Oxfam (Project on fairness of the supply chain in the tea industry in Malawi, PI Andrew Fearne). 2016 University of East Anglia (120,000 SEK).

ESRC Impact Acceleration Account (Project on fairness of the supply chain in the tea industry in Malawi, PI Andrew Fearne). 2016 UEA (140,000 SEK).

Project grant Oxfam (Project on fairness of the supply chain in the tea industry in Malawi, PI Andrew Fearne). 2016 University of East Anglia (100,000 SEK).

Project grant (Organizational justice and health: Effects of organizational changes and insecurity over time, PI Constanze Leineweber, diarienummer P13-0905:1). 2013 Styrelsen för Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (2,650,000 SEK).

Project grant (Development and Validation of a Scale for Social Exhibitionism in the Internet (SEXI) in cooperation with Max Vetter (PI), Sonja Hill-Kloss, Philipp Wollscheid). 2010 Karl-Steinbuch Scholarship (110,000 SEK).

REVIEWER

Ad-hoc Reviewer for Scandinavian Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, Journal of Business Venturing, Social Justice Research, Entrepreneurship, Theory, and Practice, British Journal of Management, Economic and Industrial Democracy, Journal of Business Ethics, BMC Women's Health, Applied Psychology: International Review

Other

Equal Opportunity Officer (Lika Villkorsombud) for Department of Psychology, Uppsala University (since spring 2019)

Research

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.

Publications

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