International Business

Prof. Dr. Markus Pudelko

Director Department of International Business

 

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Short Bio

1992
Maîtrise ès Sciences Economiques (Masters in Economics)

Sorbonne University

1994
Diplom-Kaufmann (Masters in Business Studies)

University of Cologne

1994
Masters in International Management (MIM)

Community of European Management Schools – CEMS

2000
Dr. rer. pol. (Ph.D. in Business Studies)

University of Cologne (‘summa cum laude’ in all five assessments)

2001-2009
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Reader in International Business

at the University of Edinburgh Business School

2008-2009
Visiting Professor

at the Fudan University Management School, Shanghai

since 2009
Professor of International Business

at Tübingen University

2011-2016
Associate Dean for International Affairs

of the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences of Tübingen University and member of the Executive Board of the Faculty

2012-2016
Vize-Dean

of the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences

Research Interests

  • Subsidiary-headquarters relations
  • Multinational teams
  • Impact of language on international business
  • Trust
  • International and comparative HRM
  • Convergence vs. divergence of (HR) management practices
  • Japanese (HR) management
  • Cross-cultural management

Published in (excerpt)

  • Journal of International Business Studies
  • Leadership Quaterly
  • Academy of Management Lerning and Education
  • Journal of World Business
  • Management International Review

Awards (excerpt)

2018

  • Journal of World Business Best Articel Award
  • Finalist for the VHB Best Paper Award

2017

  • OB / HRM / OT Best Paper Award of the Internaitonal Management Division in the Academy of Management
  • Award for the Best Qualitative Paper in International Business of the International Management Division in the Academy of Management
  • Best Reviewer Award from the Journal of World Business.

2015

  • Research Excellence Award, IESE Alumni Association

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Lectures University of Tübingen

Bachelor

  • B290 Global Strategy
  • B392 Bachelor Thesis Seminar

Master

  • B490 Managing Across Cultures
  • B492A Introduction into Qualitative Research in Management
  • B493B Doing Business in Africa
  • B590 Master Seminar in International Business
  • ZB591 Introduction into Publication Strategies for International Management Journal
  • MA5_07 Master Colloquium in International Business

Reviewed Journal Articles (published)

  • Pudelko, M. & Tenzer, H. (2018) ‘Boundaryless Careers or Career Boundaries? The Impact of Language Barriers on Academic Careers in International Business Schools’, Academy of Management Learning and Education.
  • Büechl, J. & Pudelko, M. (2018) ‘Do Chinese Subordinates Trust Their German Supervisors? Developing a Trust Development Model’, Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2017) ‘The Influence of Language Differences on Power Dynamics in Multinational Teams’, Journal of World Business, 52, 1, 45-61.
  • Hajro, A.; Gibson, C. & Pudelko, M. (2017) ‘Knowledge Exchange Processes in Multicultural Teams: Linking Organizational Diversity Climates to Teams' Effectiveness’, Academy of Management Journal, 60, 1, 345-372.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2016) ‘Media Choice in Multilingual Virtual Teams: Rethinking Theories of Media Richness, Synchronicity, Naturalness and Redundancy’, Journal of International Business Studies.
  • Harzing, A.-W., Pudelko, M. & Reiche, S. (2016) ‘The Bridging Role of Expatriates and Inpatriates in Knowledge Transfer in Multinational Corporations’, Human Resource Management, 55, 4, 679-695. DOI: 10.1002/hrm.21681.
  • Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2016, in press) ‘Do We Need to Distance Ourselves from the Distance Concept? Why Home and Host Country Context Might Matter More Than (Cultural) Distance’, Management International Review.
  • Tenzer, H.; Pudelko, M. (2016) ‘How Partnerships between African and European Entrepreneurs Can Support the UN Post-2015 Development Agenda’, Africa Journal of Management, DOI 10.1080/23322373.2015.1056648.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2016) ‘Leading Across Language Barriers: Successful Management of Language-induced Emotions in Multinational Organizations’, Leadership Quarterly, 26, 4, 606–625.
  • Reiche, B.S.; Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2015) ‘Why and How Does Shared Language Relate to Subsidiary Knowledge Inflows? A Social Identity Perspective’, Journal of International Business Studies, eprints.mdx.ac.uk/15457/.
  • Volk, S.; Köhler, T. & Pudelko, M. (2014) ‘Brain Drain: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Foreign Language Processing in Multilingual Corporations’ Journal of International Business Studies, 45, 7, 862-885.
  • Tenzer, H.; Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2014) ‘The Impact of Language Barriers on Trust Formation in Multinational Teams’, Journal of International Business Studies, 45, 5, 508–535.
  • This paper has been formally recognized by ISI as a “highly cited paper”, i.e. it belongs to the 1% of most cited papers in the discipline of Economics and Business published in 2014 and as a “hot paper”, i.e. it has been highly cited very quickly after publication.
  • Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2014) ‘Hablas vielleicht un peu la mia language? A Comprehensive Overview of the Role of Language Differences in Headquarters-Subsidiary Communication’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25, 5, 696–717.
  • Pudelko, M. & Tenzer, H. (2013) ‘Subsidiary Control in Japanese, German and US Multinational Corporations: Direct Control from Headquarters versus Indirect Control through Expatriation’, Asian Business & Management, 12, 4, 409-431.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2013) ‘Leading Across Language Barriers: Strategies to Mitigate Negative Language-induced Emotions in MNCs’, Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Harzing, A.W.; Pudelko, M. (2013) ‘Language Competencies, Policies and Practices in Multinational Corporations: A Comprehensive Review and Comparison of Anglophone, Asian, Continental European and Nordic MNCs’, Journal of World Business, 48, 1, 87-97.
  • Harzing, A.-W.; Reiche, S. & Pudelko, M. (2013) ‘Challenges in International Survey Research: A Review with Illustrations and Suggested Solutions for Best Practice’, European Journal of International Management , 7, 1, 112-134.
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2012) ‘Multinational Teams: How Team Interactions Mediate Between Cultural Differences and Team Performance’, Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • (This paper received the Robert H. Schaffer Award for the Best Paper in Applied International Management by the International Management Division of the Academy of Management.)
  • (This paper received the Solkovo Best Paper Finalist Award by the International Management Division of the Academy of Management.)
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2012) ‘The Impact of Language Barriers on Shared Mental Models in Multinational Teams’, Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Pudelko, M. & Tenzer, H. (2011) ‘Cultural and Institutional Sources of Conflict in Foreign Subsidiaries of Multinational Corporations’, Schmalenbach Business Review, 3, 11, 117-137.
  • Pudelko, M. & Tenzer, H. (2011) ‘Conflict in Foreign Subsidiaries of Japanese and Western Multinational Corporations: The Impact of Cultural Distance and Differences in Home-Host Country Combinations’, Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft, 3, 49-71.
  • Volk, S. & Pudelko, M. (2010) ‘Challenges and opportunities for Islamic retail banking in the European context: Lessons to be learnt from a British-German comparison’, Journal of Financial Services Marketing, 15, 191-202.
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2010) ‘An Analysis of Core-Competences of Successful Multinational Team Leaders’, International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 10, 2, 175-194.
  • Pudelko, M. & Mendenhall, M. (2009) ‘The Contingent Nature of Best Practices in National Competitiveness: The Case of American and Japanese Innovation Process’, European Management Journal, 27, 6, 456– 466.
  • Pudelko, M. (2009) ‘The End of Japanese-Style Management?’, Long Range Planning, 42, 4, 439-462.
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2009) ‘Multinational Teams in the Context of Organizational Culture: A Multi-Company Case Study’, Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • (This paper was recognized at the Academy of Management with the Samsung Best Paper Finalist Award by the International Management Division and the UMSL Best Paper Finalist Award in OB / HRM / OT Award Finalists of the same division.)
  • Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2008) ‘The Golden Triangle for MNCs: Standardization towards Headquarters Practices, Standardization towards Global Best Practices and Localization’, Organizational Dynamics, 37, 4, 394-404.
  • Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2007) ‘Country-of-Origin, Localization or Dominance Effect? An Empirical Investigation of HRM Practices in Foreign Subsidiaries’, Human Resource Management, 46, 4, 535–559.
  • (This publication was awarded with the Ulrich & Lake Award for Excellence in HRM Scholarship by the journal Human Resource Management for the best publication in this journal in the year 2007.)
  • (This paper was nominated for the Thomson Prize, rewarding the best published research by a member of the University of Edinburgh Management School & Economics in 2007. From contributions of some 70 faculty members, eight were shortlisted and this paper came in second.)
  • (A previous version of the article was nominated for the AIB Best Paper Award at the 2006 Academy of International Business (AIB) Annual Meeting, i.e. was among the top 10 papers selected from over 1000 submissions.)
  • Pudelko, M. & Mendenhall, M. (2007) ‘The Japanese Management Metamorphosis: What Western Executives Need to Know about Current Japanese Management Practices’, Organizational Dynamics, 36, 3, 274-287.
  • Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2007) ‘How European is Management in Europe? An Analysis of Past, Present and Future Management Practices in Europe’, European Journal of International Management, 1, 3, 206-224.
  • Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘German Human Resource Management: A Source of Inspiration?’, European Management Journal, 24, 6, 430-438.
  • Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘The Seniority Principle in Japanese Companies: A Relic of the Past?’, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 44, 3, 276-294.
  • Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘Universalism, Particularism and Singularism in Cross-National Management’, International Studies of Management & Organization, 36, 4, 9-37.
  • Carr, C. & Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘Convergence of Management Practices in Strategy, Finance and HRM between the USA, Japan and Germany’, International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 6, 1, 75-100.
  • Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘A Comparison of HRM Systems in the USA, Japan and Germany in their Socio-Economic Context’, Human Resource Management Journal, 16, 2, 123-153.
  • (This article received the Paper of Excellence Award by the HR Division of the Academy of Management for having written one of the twelve best papers in International HRM in 2005 and 2006).
  • (This article received the Citation of Excellence Award by Emerald as one of the top fifty management articles published in 2006, selected from over 15,000 articles published in the top-400 management journals.)
  • Pudelko, M. (2005) ‘Cross-National Learning from Best Practice and the Convergence-Divergence Debate in HRM’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 16, 11, 2047-2076.
  • (A previous version of this paper received the Best Paper Award at the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 19th Workshop on Strategic Human Resource Management.)
  • Pudelko, M. & Bhargava, N. (2005) ‘The Influence of Islam on the Economic Development of Muslim Countries’, Economy, Business and Finance, 20, 235, 16-28.
  • Pudelko, M. (2004) ‘Benchmarking: Was amerikanische, japanische und deutsche Personalmanager voneinander lernen’ (Benchmarking: What American, Japanese and German HR managers learn from each other), Zeitschrift für Personalforschung, 18, 2, 139-163.
  • Pudelko, M. (2004) ‘HRM in Japan and the West: What are the Lessons to Be Learnt from Each Other?’, Asian Business and Management, 3, 3, 337-361

Non-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2014) ‘Trade not Aid’, Afrika Wirtschaft.
  • Pudelko, M. & Tenzer, H. (2012) ‘ИЗМЕНЕНИЕ ГЕНДЕРНЫХ РОЛЕЙ В ЯПОНСКИХ ОРГАНИЗАЦИЯХ (Current Changes in Gender Roles in Japanese Organizations)’, Вестник Московского университета Серия 24. МЕНЕДЖМЕНТ (Moscow State University Bulletin, Series 24. Management), 2, 161-174.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2012) ‘Partnership with Africa: Challenges for an African Social Market Economy’, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (ed) Im Plenum Kompakt, 1-12.
  • Pudelko, M. & Haghirian, P. (2008) ‘Senioritätsprinzip und lebenslange Anstellung – Ende eines Mythos?’, Japan Markt, September, 26-28.
  • Pudelko, M. (2005) ‘The Transformation of the Japanese Management Model’, CS Review, Autumn, 8.

Editorials

  • Reiche, S. & Pudelko, M. (2016) ‘New Avenues in International Management Research’, European Journal of International Management, 1, 10.
  • Pudelko, M.; Reiche, S. & Carr, C. (2015) ‘Recent Developments and Emerging Challenges in International Human Resource Management’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26, 2, 127-135.
  • Pudelko, M.; Reiche, S. & Carr, C. (2011) ‘Why International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management Matters in Business Research and Education’, Schmalenbach Business Review, 3, 11, IV-IX.
  • Piekkari, R.; Reiche, S.; Pudelko, M. & Carr, C. (2010) ‘A Meeting of Minds? Insights from Intersections between International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management Research’, Scandinavian Management Journal, 26, 3, 233-235.
  • Reiche, S.; Carr, C. & Pudelko, M. (2010) ‘The Role of Culture at Different Levels of Analysis’, International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 10, 2, 131-136.
  • Pudelko, M.; Carr, C. & Henley, J. (2006) ‘Globalization and its Effects on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management’, International Studies of Management & Organization, 36, 3, 3-8.
  • Pudelko, M.; Carr, C.; Fink, G.; & Wentges, P. (2006) ‘The Convergence Concept in Cross-Cultural Management Research’, International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 6, 1, 15-18.

Journal Guest Editing

  • Reiche, S. & Pudelko, M. (2016) special issue of European Journal of International Management.
  • Pudelko, M.; Reiche, S. & Carr, C. (2015) special issue of International Journal of International Journal of Human Resource Management.
  • Pudelko, M.; Reiche, S. & Carr, C. (2011) sepcial issue of Schmalenbach Business Review.
  • Piekkari, R.; Carr, C.; Pudelko, M. & Reiche, S. (2010) special topic forum of Scandinavian Management Journal.
  • Reiche, S.; Pudelko, M. & Carr, C. (2010) special issue of International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management.
  • Pudelko, M. & Carr, C. (2006), special issue of International Studies of Management & Organization.
  • Pudelko, M.; Fink, G.; Carr, C. & Wentges, P. (2006), special issue of International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management.
  • Member of the guest editorial board for the Association of Japanese Business Studies special issue of Asian Business and Management (2005).

Books

  • Pudelko, M. (2000) Das Personalmanagement in Deutschland, den USA und Japan. Band 1: Die Bedeutung gesamtgesellschaftlicher Rahmenbedingungen im Wettbewerb der Systeme (Human Resource Management in Germany, the USA and Japan. Vol.1: The Significance of Societal Contextual Factors in the Competition of the Systems), Cologne: Saborowski, 356 pages.
  • Pudelko, M. (2000) Das Personalmanagement in Deutschland, den USA und Japan. Band 2: Eine systematische und vergleichende Bestandsaufnahme (Human Resource Management in Germany, the USA and Japan. Vol. 2: A Systematic and Comparative Report), Cologne: Saborowski, 268 pages.
  • Pudelko, M. (2000) Das Personalmanagement in Deutschland, den USA und Japan. Band 3: Wie wir voneinander lernen können. Mit einer empirischen Studie über die 500 größten Unternehmen der drei Länder (Human Resource Management in Germany, the USA and Japan. Vol. 3: How We Can Learn From One Another. With an Empirical Study of the 500 Largest Companies of the Three Countries), Cologne: Saborowski, 324 pages

Book Editorships

  • Haak, R. & Pudelko, M. (2005) (eds) Japanese Management: The Search for a New Balance between Continuity and Change, Houndmills: Palgrave.
  • Pudelko, M. (1997) (ed) The European Monetary Union: Blessing or Disaster? CEMS Graduate Conference Committee Köln e.V., Cologne: Schirmer.

Book Chapters

  • Pudelko, M. (in press) ‘Competencies (Primary): Foreign Language Processing’ in: Mendenhall, M.E. (ed), International Leadership: A Reference Guide, Mission Bell Media.
  • Pudelko, M. (in press) ‘Characteristics of Global Teams: Native and non-native speakers’ in: Mendenhall, M.E. (ed), International Leadership: A Reference Guide, Mission Bell Media.
  • Pudelko, M.; Tenzer, H. & Harzing, A.-W. (2015) ‘Cross-Cultural Management and Language Studies within International Business Research: Past and Present Paradigms and Suggestions for Future Research’ in Holden, N.; Michailova, S. & Tietze, S. (eds) Routledge Companion to Cross-Cultural Management, 85-94.
  • Pudelko, M. & Büechl, J. (2011) ‘Three Potential Role Models for the Korean Innovation System: USA; Japan and Germany’, in: Pascha, W. & Mahlich, J. (eds), Innovation Management in Korea, Routledge, 139-158.
  • Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2010) ‘Japanese HRM: Inspirations from Abroad and Current Trends of Change’, in: Bebenroth, R. & Kanai, T. (eds) Challenges of Human Resource Management in Japan, Routledge, 28-60.
  • Pudelko, M. (2009) ‘Innovation in Japanese HRM: Are Japanese Companies Adopting the Pay for Performance Principle?’, in: Haghirian, P. (ed) Innovation and Development in Japanese Management and Technology, Houndmills: Palgrave, 157-173.
  • Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘Japanisches Personalmanagement im Spannungsfeld zwischen Kontinuität und Wandel’ (Japanese HRM between Continuity and Change), in Bellmann, K. & Haak, R. (eds) Der japanische Markt, Wiesbaden: Gabler, 249-266.
  • Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘Decision Making in Japanese Companies’, in: Haak, R. (ed) The Changing Structure of Labour in Japan. Japanese Human Resource Management between Continuity and Innovation’, Houndmills: Palgrave, 88-112.
  • Pudelko, M. (2005) ‘Japanese Human Resource Management: From Being a Miracle to Needing One?’, in: Haak, R. & Pudelko, M. (eds) Japanese Management: The Search for a New Balance between Continuity and Change, Houndmills: Palgrave, 184-212.
  • Pudelko, M. (2005) ‘Continuity versus Change: The Key Dilemma for Japanese Management’, in: Haak, R. & Pudelko, M. (eds)Japanese Management: The Search for a New Balance between Continuity and Change, Houndmills: Palgrave, 241-252.
  • Pudelko, M. & Haak, R. (2005) ‘The Current State of the Japanese Economy and Challenges for Japanese Management: An Overview’, in: Haak, R. & Pudelko, M. (eds) Japanese Management: The Search for a New Balance between Continuity and Change, Houndmills: Palgrave, 3-18.
  • Pudelko, M. (1997) ‘Foreword of the Editor’, in: CEMS Graduate Conference Committee Köln e.V. (ed) The European Monetary Union: Blessing or Disaster?, Cologne: Schirmer, pp. 5-11.
  • Pudelko, M. (1997) ‘Who is ‘Us’?’, in: CEMS Graduate Conference Committee Köln e.V. (ed) The European Monetary Union: Blessing or Disaster?, Cologne: Schirmer, pp. 259-270.

Book Reviews

  • Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘Some Good Recipes for Globalization – But Quite a Few Ingredients Are Missing’, a review of Friedman, T. L. (2005) ‘The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century’, Academy of Management Perspectives, May, 78-80.

Case Studies

  • Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘Cooperating and Communicating across Cultures. Americans and Germans Working on a Project in a Team’, ECCH ref. no.: 406-034-1.
  • (This case was published in Hitt, M.A.; Miller, C.C. & Collela, A. Organizational Behavior, 3rd edition, John Wiley and Sons).
  • Pudelko, M. (2006) Teaching Notes for ‘Cooperating and Communicating Across Cultures. Americans and Germans Working on a Project in a Team’, ECCH ref. no.: 406-034-8.
  • Pudelko, M. (2005) ‘Cross-Cultural Negotiation: Americans Negotiating a Contract in China’, ECCH ref. no.: 405-066-1.
  • (This case was published in Cullen, J.B. & Parboteeah, K.P. Multicultural Marketing, Cengage Learning).
  • Pudelko, M. (2005) Teaching Notes for ‘Cross-Cultural Negotiation: Americans Negotiating a Contract in China’, ECCH ref. no.: 405-066-8.
  • Pudelko, M. (2005) ‘An American Expatriate Working in Japan: From the Perspective of the Expatriate, Headquarters and the Foreign Subsidiary’, ECCH ref. no.: 405-027-1.
  • (This case study won the ecch European Case Award in Human Resource Management/OB 2009. The Financial Times reported.)
  • Pudelko, M. (2005) Teaching Notes for ‘An American Expatriate Working in Japan: From the Perspective of the Expatriate, Headquarters and the Foreign Subsidiary’, ECCH ref. no.: 405-027-8.

Conference Paper Presentations and Proceedings

  • Büechl, J. & Pudelko, M. (2015) 'The Intgration of Cultural Identity Negotiation Theory into Cross-Cultural Organizational Justice Theory: A Qualitative Study', Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Bangalore, 27-30 June.
  • Tenzer, H.; Pudelko, M.; Zellmer-Bruhn, M. & Maloney, M. (2015) 'The Impact of Language Barriers on Interaction Processes, Knowledge Exchange and Team Cognition on Multinational Teams', Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Bangalore, 27-30 June.
  • Reiche, S.; Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2014) 'The Effect of Shared Language on Subsidiary Knowledge Inflows', Verband der Hochschullehrer der Betriebswirtschaftslehre (German Academic Association of Business Research), Annual Meeting, Vienna University of Economics and Business, 27-29 May.
  • Hajro, A.; Pudelko, M. & Gibson, C. (2014) 'The Relationship Between Organizational Diversity Climate, Knowledge Exchange Processes and Effectiveness in Multicultural Teams', European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 12th Workshop on International Management, Copenhagen Business School, 24-25 October.
  • Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2014) 'Why Home and Host Country Context Matters More Than (Cultural) Distance: An Empirical Study', Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, 1-5 August.
  • Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2014) 'The Power of Words in Multinational Contexts: The Impact of Language Diversity on Power Relations in Multinational Teams', Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, 1-5 August.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2014) ‘Selecting Communication Media in Multilingual Virtual Teams’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, 1-5 August.
  • Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2014) ‘Why the Importance of the (Cultural) Distance Concept in International Business Is Not Justified: A Literature Analysis’, Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Vancouver, 23-26 June.
  • Hajro, A.; Pudelko, M. & Gibson, C. (2014) ‘Linking Multicultural Teams to Organizational Context: The Role of Diversity Climate, Multicultural Team Interactions and Cognitive Integration/Differentiation’, Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Vancouver, 23-26 June.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2014) ‘The Impact of Language Barriers on Media Choice in Multilingual Virtual Teams: Radically Rethinking Media Richness, Synchronicity and Naturalness Theories’, Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Vancouver, 23-26 June.
  • Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2013) ‘Home and Host Country Versus Distance Effects in the Field of Entry Mode Choice, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 11th Workshop on International Management, ESCP Europe, Berlin Campus, 18-19 October.
  • Reiche, S.; Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2013) ‘The Relationship Between Shared Language and Subsidiary Knowledge Inflows: A Social Identity Perspective, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 11th Workshop on International Management, ESCP Europe, Berlin Campus, 18-19 October.
  • Volk, S.; Köhler, T. & Pudelko, M. (2013) 'Brain Drain: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Foreign Language Processing in Multilingual Organizations', Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), 9-13 August.
  • Reiche, S.; Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2013) 'The Sensitivity of Subsidiary Knowledge In- and Outflows to Language Proximity', Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Lake Buena Vista (Orlando) 9-13 August.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2013) 'Leading Across Language Barriers: Strategies to Mitigate Negative Language-Induced Emotions in MNCs', Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), 9-13 August.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2013) 'Emotionally Intelligent Leadership in Multilingual Workplaces', Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Istanbul, 3-6 July.
  • Harzing, A.-W.; Pudelko, M. & Reiche, S. (2013) 'Developments in Knowledge Transfer Activities of Expatriates and Inpatriates', Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Istanbul, 3-6 July.
  • Harzing, A.-W.; Pudelko, M. & Reiche, S. (2013) 'How International Assignees Affect Knowledge Transfers in MNCs: A Multinational Comparison', Association of Japanese Business Studies Annual Meeting, Istanbul, 2 July.
  • Reiche, S.; Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2012) 'Changing Patterns of International Assignee Staffing and Their Role in Knowledge Transfer', European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 10th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Reykjavik University, 19-20 October.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2012) 'Language and Emotin in Multinational Teams: The Importance of Emotionally Capable Leaders', European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 10th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Reykjavik University, 19-20 October.
  • Tenzer, H.; Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2012) ‘Cognition, Emotion and Identification: The Influence of Language Barriers in Multinational Teams‘, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 10th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Reykjavik University, 19-20 October.
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2012) ‘Multinational Teams: How Team Interactions Mediate between Cultural Differences and Team Performance’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, 3-7 August.
  • (This paper received the Robert H. Schaffer Award for the Best Paper in Applied International Management by the International Management Division of the Academy of Management.)
  • (This paper received the Solkovo Best Paper Finalist Award by the International Management Division of the Academy of Management.)
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2012) ‘The Impact of Language Barriers on Shared Mental Models in Multinational Teams’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, 3-7 August.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2012) ‘The Impact of Language Barriers on Trust Formation in Multinational Teams’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, 3-7 August.
  • Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2012) ‘The Role of Language in HQ-Subsidiary Relationships: A Cross-National Study’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, 3-7 August.
  • Hajro, A.; Pudelko, M. & Gibson, C. (2012) ‘Multinational Teams: Cultural Differences, Interactions, Organizational Context, and Performance’, Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., 30 June - 3 July.
  • Tenzer, H. & Pudelko, M. (2012) ‘Language Differences as Impediments to Shared Mental Model Formation in Multinational Teams’, Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., 30 June - 3 July.
  • Reiche, S.B.; Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2012) ‘Knowledge Transfer in Multinationals and the Role of Formal and Informal Headquarters-Subsidiary Relationships’, Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., 30 June - 3 July.
  • Harzing, A.-W. & Pudelko, M. (2011) ‘Language Policies, Competencies, and Problems in Multinational Companies: Comprehensive Evidence from Nine Countries/Regions’, European International Business Academy (EIBA) Annual Conference, Bucharest, 8-10 December.
  • Pudelko, M.; Tenzer, H. (2011) ‘Beyond Feminist and Emic Views: A New Perspective on Gender Roles in Japanese Organizations’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 9th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Moscow, 21-22 October.
  • Pudelko, M.; Tenzer, H. (2011) ‘Foreign Employers' Attractiveness for Japanese Women: A Herald of Societal Change?’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 9th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Moscow, 21-22 October.
  • Pudelko, M.; Tenzer, H. & Varkey, E. (2011) ‘Conflicting Perspectives on Gender Inequality in Japanese Organizations’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Antonio, 12-16 August.
  • Pudelko, M.; Tenzer, H. & Varkey, E. (2011) ‘Female Japanese Managers Working for Foreign Subsidiaries: The Avant-garde of Societal Change?’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Antonio, 12-16 August.
  • Pudelko, M.; Tenzer, H. & Varkey, E. (2011) ‘Gender Inequality in Japanese Organizations: An Integrative Conceptualization’, Academy of International Business Studies Annual Meeting, Nagoya, 24-28 June.
  • Pudelko, M.; Tenzer, H. & Varkey, E. (2011) ‘The Resilience of the Rice Paper Ceiling: Reconciling Differing Views on Gender Roles in Japanese Corporations’, Association of Japanese Business Studies Annual Meeting, Nagoya, 24-28 June.
  • Pudelko, M.; Tenzer, H. & Varkey, E. (2011) ‘Foreign Employers and Career-Minded Japanese Women: Professional and Emotional Attractions’, Association of Japanese Business Studies Annual Meeting, Nagoya, 24-28 June.
  • Pudelko, M.; Tenzer, H. & Varkey, E. (2011) 'Women's Career Opportunities in Japanese Organizations: From a Feminist and an Emic View’, Academy of International Business (UK and Ireland Chapter) 38th Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 14-16 April.
  • Pudelko, M.; Tenzer, H. & Varkey, E. (2011) 'Foreign Subsidiaries as Sites of Self-Actualization for Career-Minded Japanese Women', Academy of International Business (UK and Ireland Chapter) 38th Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 14-16 April.
  • Pudelko, M. & Tenzer, H. (2010) 'The Relative Importance of Cultural and Institutional Sources of Conflict in Foreign Subsidiaries of Multinational Corporations’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 8th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Tübingen, 08-09 October.
  • Volk, S. & Pudelko, M. (2010) 'The Cultural Accomodation Hypothesis Revisited’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 8th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Tübingen, 08-09 October.
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2010) ‘Beyond Cultural Value Dimensions: A Study of Cross-cultural Interactions in Multinational Teams’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, 6-10 August.
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2010) ‘Dynamics of Cross-Cultural Interactions in Multinational Teams: Studying Multinational Teams beyond the Comparison of Cultural Value Dimensions’, Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Rio de Janeiro, 25-29 June.
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2010) ‘The Impact of National Culture on Interactions in Multinational Teams’, European Academy of Management 10th Annual Conference, Rome, 19-22 May.
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2010) ‘Kulturübergreifende Interaktionen in multinationalen Teams: Eine Fallstudie’, Jahrestagung 2010 der Wissenschaftlichen Kommission Internationales Management im Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft, ESCP Europe, Berlin, 19-20 February.
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2009) ‘The Interplay Between Multinational Teams, National Culture and Corporate Culture’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 7th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Helsinki, 22-23 September.
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2009) ‘Multinational Teams in the Context of Organizational Culture: A Multi-Company Case Study’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, 7-11 August.
  • (This paper was recognized with the Samsung Best Paper Finalist Award by the International Management Division and the UMSL Best Paper Finalist Award in OB / HRM / OT Award Finalists of the same division and was published in the Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2009.)
  • Hajro, A. & Pudelko, M. (2009) ‘The Influence of Organizational Culture on Multinational Teams’, Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, San Diego, 27-30 June.
  • Kretzmer, E. & Pudelko, M. (2009) ‘Management Careers for Japanese Women in Japanese Companies: Mission Impossible?’, Association of Japanese Business Studies 22nd Annual Conference, San Diego, 25-26 June.
  • Kretzmer, E. & Pudelko, M. (2009) ‘Japanese Women Working for Foreign Subsidiaries: The Only Way to Pursue a Career in Their Own Country?’, Association of Japanese Business Studies 22nd Annual Conference, San Diego, 25-26 June.
  • Kretzmer, E. & Pudelko, M. (2008) ‘Japanese Women Working for Foreign Subsidiaries: The Only Way to Pursue a Career in Their Own Country?’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 6th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Barcelona, 22-23 September.
  • Kretzmer, E. & Pudelko, M. (2008) ‘Management Careers for Japanese Women in Japanese Companies: Mission Impossible?’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 6th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Barcelona, 22-23 September.
  • Pudelko, M. (2007) ‘Subsidiary Control in Multinational Corporations’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 5th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Istanbul, 28-29 September.
  • Pudelko, M. (2007) ‘The Contingent Nature of Best Practices in National Competitiveness: The Case of American and Japanese Innovation Processes’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 5th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Istanbul, 28-29 September.
  • Pudelko, M. (2007) ‘Subsidiary Control in Multinational Corporations’, Academy of International Business (AIB) Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, 25-28 June.
  • Pudelko, M. (2007) ‘National Competitiveness in the Age of Globalization’, Academy of International Business (AIB) Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, 25-28 June.
  • Pudelko, M. & Mendenhall, M. (2007) ‘The End of Japanese-Style Management?’, Academy of International Business (AIB) Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, 25-28 June.
  • Pudelko, M. (2007) ‘Different Kinds of Control Mechanisms in the Headquarters-Subsidiaries Relations, Academy of International Business (AIB) Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, 25-28 June, presented in a special best paper session of AJBS.
  • Pudelko, M. & Mendenhall, M. (2007) ‘The Japanese Management Model in Transition’, 19th Annual Meeting of Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS), Indianapolis, 24-25 June.
  • Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2007) ‘Headquarters-Subsidiary Relationships: A Trend towards Standardization around Global Best Practices’, 19th Annual Meeting of Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS), Indianapolis, 24-25 June.
  • Pudelko, M. (2007) ‘Different Kinds of Control Mechanisms in the Headquarters-Subsidiaries Relations, 19th Annual Meeting of Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS), Indianapolis, 24-25 June.
  • Pudelko, M. (2007) ‘Subsidiary Control in Multinational Corporations’, Academy of International Business (AIB) UK and Ireland Chapter Annual Meeting, London, 13-14 April.
  • Pudelko, M. & Mendenhall, M. (2007) ‘The Contingent Nature of Best Practices in National Competitiveness: The Case of American and Japanese Innovation Processes, Academy of International Business (AIB) UK and Ireland Chapter Annual Meeting, London, 13-14 April.
  • Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2006) ‘Convergence and Divergence in International HRM’, Proceedings of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 4th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Toulouse, 28-30 September.
  • Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2006) ‘HRM Practices in Subsidiaries of US, Japanese and German MNCs: Country of Origin, Localization or Dominance Effect?’, Academy of International Business (AIB) Annual Meeting, Beijing, 23-26 June.
  • Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘A Systematization and Integration of Different Approaches in Cross-National Management Research’, Academy of International Business (AIB) Annual Meeting, Beijing, 23-26 June.
  • Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2006) ‘A Comparison of HRM Practices in Subsidiaries of Japanese, American and German Companies’, Proceedings of the 18th Annual Meeting of Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS), Beijing, 22-23 June.
  • Pudelko, M. (2006) ‘The Seniority System in Japanese Companies: A Relic of the Past?’, Proceedings of the 18th Annual Meeting of Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS), Beijing, 22-23 June.
  • Pudelko, M. & Harzing, A.-W. (2006) ‘Convergence of HRM Practices in Foreign Subsidiaries: Dominance Effect, Country of Origin Effect or Adaptation Towards the Host Country?’, Proceedings of the Academy of International Business (AIB) UK Chapter Annual Meeting, Manchester, 6-8 April.
  • Carr, C. & Pudelko, M. (2005) ‘Convergence in Management Practices in Strategy, Finance and HRM between the USA, Japan and Germany’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 3rd Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Vienna, 29-30 September.
  • Pudelko, M. (2005) ‘The Seniority Principle in Japanese Companies’, Proceedings of the 8th Conference on International Human Resource Management, Cairns, 14-17 June.
  • Pudelko, M. (2004) ‘Transferability of HRM Practices: A Comparative Study’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 2nd Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Edinburgh, 24-25 September.
  • Pudelko, M. (2004) ‘The Convergence-Divergence Debate in Cross-Cultural Management: Turning the Comparative Management Theory Jungle into a Baroque Garden’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 2nd Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Edinburgh, 24-25 September.
  • Pudelko, M. (2004) ‘Cross-National Learning from Best-Practice in HRM’, Proceedings of the Academy of Management (AM) Annual Conference, New Orleans, 6-11 August.
  • Pudelko, M. (2004) ‘Cross-National Transferability of HRM-Practices: A Comparative Study’, Proceedings of the Academy of International Business (AIB) Annual Meeting, Stockholm, 10-13 July.
  • Pudelko, M. (2004) ‘Cross-National Transferability of HRM-Practices: A Comparative Study’, Proceedings of the 17th Annual Meeting of the Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS), Stockholm, 9 July.
  • Pudelko, M. (2004) ‘Learning from Best Practice Across the Pacific’, Proceedings of the 8th International Meeting of the Western Academy of Management (WAM), Shanghai, 8-12 June.
  • Pudelko, M. & Carr, C. (2004) ‘Is Japanese HRM Converging towards Western Style Management?’, Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management (EURAM), St. Andrews, 5-8 May.
  • Pudelko, M. (2004) ‘Is Japanese HRM Undergoing a ‘Westernization’?’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 19th Workshop on Strategic Human Resource Management, Paris, 22-23 April.
  • Pudelko, M. (2003) ‘Benchmarking in International Human Resource Management: What American, Japanese and German HR Managers Learn from Each Other’, Proceedings of the 7th Conference on International Human Resource Management, Limerick, 4-6 June.
  • Pudelko, M. (2003) ‘Global Benchmarking in the Context of HRM: An Empirical Study’, Proceedings of the European Academy of Management (EURAM) 3rd Annual Conference, Milan, April 3-5.
  • Pudelko, M. (2002) ‘What is the Attitude towards German HRM Practices by Foreign HR Practitioners?’, Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) / International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management (IFSAM) VIth World Congress, Gold Coast, 10-13 July.
  • Pudelko, M. (2002) ‘Culture and Other Societal Contextual Factors within the Context of Cross National Management Research’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 1st Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Växjö, April 25-26.
  • Pudelko, M. (2002) ‘The Transferability of Management Systems among Nations’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 1st Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, Växjö, April 25-26.
  • Pudelko, M. (2001) ‘Are Management Systems Transferable? A New Approach to an Old Question’, Proceedings of the European International Business Academy (EIBA) 27th Annual Meeting, Paris, December 13-15.
  • Pudelko, M. (2001) ‘HRM in the USA, Japan and Germany and the Universalism-Particularism-Controversy in Cross-National Management Research’, Proceedings of the British Academy of Management (BAM) Annual Conference, Cardiff, September 5-7.
  • Pudelko, M. (2001) ‘Management by Managing Contradictions: How to Learn Successfully from the Management Systems of Other Nations’, Proceedings of the British Academy of Management (BAM) Annual Conference, Cardiff, September 5-7.
  • Pudelko, M. (2001) ‘The Universalism-Particularism-Controversy in Cross-National Management Research’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 16th Workshop on Strategic Human Resource Management, Brussels, April 5-6.
  • Pudelko, M. (2000) ‘A Comparison of the Human Resource Management Strategies in the USA, Japan and Germany’, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 15th Workshop on Strategic Human Resource Management, Fontainebleau, March 30 - April 1.
  • Pudelko, M. (2000) ‘The Importance of the Societal-Contextual Factors for Understanding Japanese Human Resource Management’, Graduate Student Conference of the Harvard East Asia Society, Cambridge, MA, March 4-5.