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  • Prof. Cobbenhagenlaan 225, Simon Building, room S 521

    5037 DB Tilburg

    Netherlands

20172018
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Research interests

Lena Knappert graduated in Psychology at the University of Potsdam (Germany) in 2007 (specialization in Social Psychology and Organizational Psychology). She then worked as an analyst and consultant for various clients in Germany and Singapore and earned her PhD (2013) in International Human Resource Management at ESCP Europe in Berlin (Germany). Before joining Tilburg University, Lena was working as an assistant professor at Ozyegin University in Istanbul (Turkey) and held a visiting position at Grenoble Graduate School of Business (France). Her research focuses on workplace diversity and international human resource management.

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Keywords

  • Immigrants
  • Inequality
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Diversity In Organisations
  • Gender In Organisations
  • Intercultural Management
  • Cross-Cultural Research
  • Diversity Management

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refugee Social Sciences
exclusion Social Sciences
gender Social Sciences
Turkey Medicine & Life Sciences
precarious employment Social Sciences
Organizations Medicine & Life Sciences
Exclusion Business & Economics
Refugees Business & Economics

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Research Output 2017 2018

Refugees' exclusion at work and the intersection with gender: Insights from the Turkish-Syrian border

Knappert, L. J., Kornau, A. & Figengul, M., 2018, In : Journal of Vocational Behavior. 105, p. 62-82

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

refugee
exclusion
gender
Turkey
precarious employment