Career development, career mobility, career success
Organizational behavior and employee reactions
Cultural and institutional factors in human resource management
Human-animal relations in organizations
2020–2022: Interim Professor of Strategic Management, Technical University of Munich
Since 2019: Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management, University of Mannheim
2017: Ph.D. in Management, Graduate School of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Mannheim
2013–2018: Research and teaching assistant, Chair of Human Resource Management and Leadership, University of Mannheim
2012: Diploma in Psychology, University of Koblenz-Landau
2023: Excellence in Reviewing Award from Human Resource Management
2023: Best Reviewer Award, Careers Division of the Academy of Management
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
Kandel, I., Dlouhy, K., & Schmitt, A. (forthcoming). Animal roles in organizations: A framework for exploring organizational human–animal relations. Organization.
Dlouhy, K., & Froidevaux, A. (forthcoming). Evolution of professionals’ careers upon graduation in STEM and occupational turnover over time: Patterns, diversity characteristics, career success and self-employment. Journal of Organizational Behavior. doi.org/10.1002/job.2615
Wieschollek, V., & Dlouhy, K. (2022). Employee referrals as counterproductive work behavior? Employees’ motives for poor referrals and the role of the cultural context. International Journal of Human Resource Management,34(14), 2708-2731. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2022.2060714
Dlouhy, K., & Casper, A. (2021). Downsizing and surviving employees’ engagement and strain: The role of job resources and job demands. Human Resource Management, 60, 435–454. doi.org/10.1002/hrm.22032
Biemann, T. , Mühlenbock, M., & Dlouhy, K. (2020). Going the distance in vocational behavior research: Introducing three extensions for optimal matching analysis based on distances between career sequences. Journal of Vocational Behavior. doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2020.103399
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.
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.
Professional Activities and Associations
Representative-at-large for the Academy of Management Careers Division (2023–2026)
Associate editor, Applied Psychology
Editorial board member, Human Resource Management
Ad-hoc reviewer for the Journal of Vocational Behavior
Ad-hoc reviewer for the Journal of Organizational Behavior
Ad-hoc reviewer for Human Resource Management Review
Ad-hoc reviewer for Human Relations
Ad-hoc reviewer for Academy of Management Discoveries
Membership in Professional Associations
Academy of Management, European Group for Organizational Studies, Sequence Analysis Association (SAA), German Academic Association of Business Research
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)