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Seminar : Jaime Bonache, Madrid

[16] [Sep 2022] [ 1:30 pm] [ ]


Grenoble Ecole de Management
12 Rue Pierre Sémard
All times are GMT+1


Seminar : The challenges facing researchers trying to publish multiparadigm studies

Jaime Bonache is Professor of Management at Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain). He holds a PHD in Management from UAM (Madrid, Spain), and a Master of Arts in Philosophy from Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada). He has also been Full Professor of International Human Resource Management at Cranfield School of Management (United Kingdom) and Full Professor of Human Resource Management at Esade Business School (Spain). For almost 20 years, Professor Bonache has been combining his teaching and research activities with consultancy in human resource management. 

His research interests include expatriation and global mobility, international compensation, and global people management. Professor Bonache’s academic publications include more than thirty articles in international journals, including Journal of World Business, Journal of Organizational Behavior, IJHRM, Organization Studies, Human Resource Management, Journal of Business Ethics, and HRM Review. He has also been a guest editor of a number Special Issues of international academic journals on trends in expatriation, with Professors Chris Brewster and Vesa Suutari. In addition to his articles, he has written and edited four books, one of them (Dirección de Personas, with Angel Cabrera) has been a best-seller in a number of Spanish-speaking countries. With a focus on international human resource management, he co-authored a book with Paula Caligiuri and David Lepak entitled Managing a Global Workforce (Wiley Publishers, 2012).

Professor Bonache has participated in scientific committees for the Academy of Management and other major international research institutions. He is Associate editor of the International Journal of Human Resource Management. He has lectured at numerous universities in Europe, the United States and Latin America. He has also been advisor of the Government Accountability Officer (GAO) of the USA on compensation issues facing US expatriates.

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