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Dr. Katja Dlouhy

Dr. Katja Dlouhy

Currently on leave, Interim Professor of Strategic Management at Technical University of Munich
University of Mannheim
Business School
Schloss – Room O 235
68161 Mannheim
Consultation hour(s):
upon arrangement

Research Interests

  • Career development, career mobility, career success
  • Organizational behavior and employee reactions
  • Methods in management research
  • Cultural and institutional factors in human resource management

Education and Experience

  • Since 2019: Assistant professor, Chair of Human Resource Management and Leadership, University of Mannheim
  • 2017: Ph.D. in Management, Graduate School of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Mannheim
  • 2013-2017: Research and teaching assistant, Chair of Human Resource Management and Leadership, University of Mannheim
  • 2012: Diploma in Psychology, University of Koblenz-Landau

Awards

  • 2020: Nominee for the Carolyn B. Dexter Award, Academy of Management
  • 2018: Award for excellence of doctoral dissertation, Karin Islinger Foundation
  • 2018: Finalist for the Michael Driver Best Applied Paper Award, Careers Division of the Academy of Management
  • 2018: Future World of Work Award for outstanding dissertation, Volksbank Weinheim and the Centre for European Economic Research
  • 2017: Finalist for the Arnon Reichers Best Student Paper Award, Careers Division of the Academy of Management
  • 2017: Best Paper Award, Human Resouce Management Division of the German Academic Association for Business Research
  • 2016: Finalist for the Best Overall Paper Award, Careers Division of the Academy of Management
  • 2013-2015: PhD Scholarship, Federal State of Baden-Württemberg

Publications

Peer-Reviewed

  • Dlouhy, K., & Casper, A. (forthcoming). Downsizing and surviving employees’ engagement and strain: The role of job resources and job demands. Human Resource Management.
  • Biemann, T. , Mühlenbock, M., & Dlouhy, K. (forthcoming). Going the distance in vocational behavior research: Introducing three extensions for optimal matching analysis based on distances between career sequences. Journal of Vocational Behavior.
  • Dlouhy, K., & Biemann, T. (2018). Path dependence in occupational careers: Understanding occupational mobility development throughout individuals' careers. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 104, 86-97.
  • Dlouhy, K., & Biemann, T. (2016). Turnover of individuals with similar career sequences as a predictor of employer change. Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, USA.
  • Dlouhy, K., & Biemann, T. (2015). Optimal matching analysis in career research: A review and some best-practice recommendations. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 90, 163-173.

Book Chapters

  • Dlouhy, K., Vinkenburg, C. J., & Biemann, T. (2020). Career patterns. In H. Gunz, M. Lazarova & W. Mayrhofer (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Career Studies.
  • Dlouhy, K., & Biemann, T. (2017). Methodische Herausforderungen in der Karriere- und Laufbahnforschung. In S. Kauffeld & D. Spurk (Eds.), Handbuch Laufbahnmanagement und Karriereplanung. Berlin: Springer.

Presentations in International Conferences

  • Academy of Management Meeting 2019, Boston, USA: “Going the distance in vocational behavior research: Introducing three extensions for optimal matching analysis based on distances between career sequences”, with Biemann, T., & Mühlenbock, M.
  • Academy of Management Meeting 2018, Chicago, USA: “A fifteen-year cross-lagged study of occupational risk propensity and employer changes”, with Mühlenbock, M.
  • Academy of Management Meeting 2017, Atlanta, USA: “A conceptualization and test of path dependence in occupational career trajectories”, with Biemann, T.
  • EURAM Meeting 2017, Glasgow, Scotland: “A conceptualization and test of path dependence in occupational career trajectories”, with Biemann, T.
  • Academy of Management Meeting 2016, Anaheim, USA: “Turnover of individuals with similar career sequences as a predictor of employer change”, with Biemann, T.
  • LACOSA II Conference 2016, Lausanne, Switzerland:  “Turnover of individuals with similar career sequences as a predictor of employer change”, with Biemann, T.
  • Academy of Management Meeting 2015, Vancouver, Canada: “Optimal matching analysis in career research: A review and some best-practice recommendations”, with Biemann, T.

Professional Development Workshops at International Conferences

  • Academy of Management Meeting 2019, Boston, USA: “Professional development workshop on sequence analysis in career & HRM research: techniques and practical applications”, with Biemann, T.
  • Academy of Management Meeting 2018, Chicago, USA: “Professional development workshop on sequence analysis in career & HRM research: techniques and practical applications”, with Biemann, T.
  • Academy of Management Meeting 2017, Atlanta, USA: “Professional development workshop on sequence analysis in career & HRM research: techniques and practical applications”, with Biemann, T.
  • Academy of Management Meeting 2016, Anaheim, USA: “Professional development workshop on sequence analysis in career & HRM research: techniques and practical applications”, with Biemann, T., and Gubler, M.

Professional Activities and Associations

Reviewer Activities

  • Ad-hoc reviewer for the Journal of Vocational Behavior
  • Ad-hoc reviewer for Human Relations
  • Ad-hoc reviewer for Academy of Management Discoveries
  • Editorial board member, Human Resource Management

Associations

Academy of Management: Careers and Organizational Behavior Divisions, Sequence Analysis Association (SAA)

Teaching

  • Human Resource Management (MAN 352)
  • HR Analytics (MAN 646)
  • Strategic and International HRM (MAN 647)
  • Incentives and Performance (MAN 648)
  • Research Seminar on Evidence-Based HRM/ Leadership (MAN 741)