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Dr. Günter K. STAHL Professor, International Management, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Vienna

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1987 BA, Japanese Literature, Dokkyo University, Soka
1992/1989 MA/BA, Psychology, University of Göttingen
1997 Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Bayreuth
1998-2000 Consultant
2000-2001 Senior Visiting Fellow, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
2001-2005 Assistant Professor of Comparative Management, INSEAD, Singapore
2005-2008 Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour, INSEAD, Fontainebleau
2006-2007 Visiting Professor, Duke University, Fuqua School of Business, Durham
since 2009 Adjunct Professor of Organizational Behaviour, INSEAD, Fontainebleau and Singapore
since 2009 Professor of International Management, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Vienna
2013 Visiting Professor, Northeastern University, Boston and Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo

Mitgliedschaften

Academic Fellow, Centre for International Human Resource Management, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Fellow, Centre for Global Workforce Strategy, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Chair and Member, Academy of Management IMD Division
Founding Member, ION - International Organizational Behavior Research Network

Publikationen

Björkman I., Morris S., Stahl G. K., Handbook of research in international human resource management (2nd ed.), Edward Elgar, London, 2012
Barsoux J.-L., Schneider S., Stahl G. K., Managing across cultures (3rd ed.), Pearson Financial Times Prentice Hall, London, 2014
Stahl G. K., Sully de Luque M., Antecedents of responsible leader behavior: A research synthesis, conceptual framework, and agenda for future research. Academy of Management Perspectives, 28(3), 235-254, 2014
Stahl G. K., Witt M. A., Foundations of responsible leadership: Asian versus Western executive responsibility orientations toward key stakeholders, Journal of Business Ethics, 1-16, 2015

Auszeichnungen

Multiple winner, CEMS Teacher of the Year Award, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014
SAGE/Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies Best Leadership Paper Award, 2011
Outstanding Teaching Award, University of Minnesota Carlson School Executive MBA, 2015
Best Paper in International Ethics, Social Responsibility and/or Sustainability Award, Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, 2015