Monika Hamori’s research focuses on career management and employee development. Her work was published in Organization Science, the Academy of Management Annals, the Strategic Management Journal, the Journal of Applied Psychology and Human Resource Management, among others.
Her recent research interests include management development practices, top executive career paths, gender diversity in top management teams, and gender and career success. These topics have great relevance to practitioners as well. As a result, her research was published in the Harvard Business Review and in the MIT Sloan Management Review. It was featured in the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, The London Times and the Economist, among others.
• PhD in Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (USA), 1998 - 2004
• BA and MA in Literature and Linguistics, Eötvös Lorànd University, Budapest (Hungary), 1990 - 1996
• BA in Business Administration, College for Foreign Trade, Budapest (Hungary), 1993 - 1996
• Associate Professor of Human Resource Management, IE Business School, 2009 - Present
• Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management, IE Business School, 2004 - 2009
• Teaching and Research Assistant, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (USA), 1998 - 2004
• Project manager, Hungarian Productivity Centre, Budapest, Hungary, 1997 - 1998
• Hamori, M. (2019). “MOOCs at Work: What Induces Employer Support for Them?”. The International Journal of Human Resource Management
• Cao, J., Hamori, M. (2020). “How Can Employers Benefit Most from Developmental Job Experiences? The Needs-Supplies Fit Perspective”. Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 105 (4): 422-432
• Bonet, R., Cappeli, P., Hamori, M. (2020). “Gender differences in speed of advancement: an empirical examination of top executives in the fortune 100 firms”. Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 41 (4): 708-737
• Gorbatov, S., Hamori, M., Khapova, S.N., Lysova, E.I., Oostrom, J.K. (2020). “More Than a Course: Participation in MOOCs to Signal Professional Value”. In Setzekorn, K., Patnayakuni, N., Burton, T. (Eds.). Socioeconomics, Diversity, and the Politics of Online Education. IGI Global
• Sarabi, A., Hamori, M., Froese, J. F. (2019). “Managing global talent flows”. In Collings, D. D., Scullion, H., Caliguri, P. M. (Eds.). Global Talent Management. Routledge