Dr. Stefan T. Mol
|Dept.||Business School - HRM-OB|
Visiting Scholar (Dec 2006-Jan 2007)
Department of Management and Marketing, University of
PhD Candidate (June 2002-December 2007). Institute of Psychology, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Stefan Mol is assistant professor in Organizational Behavior at the Amsterdam Business School of the University of Amsterdam. He was previously affiliated with the same university as a student and received his Master's degree in psychology upon the completion of a thesis validating the Multicultural Personality Questionnaire (MPQ) among both expatriate and international student populations while living in Taiwan. Upon returning to the Netherlands he worked as a research consultant with GITP International BV, but returned to academia in 2002 when he started his PhD in psychology at the Institute of Psychology of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Stefan obtained his PhD in December 2007. His dissertation consists of four studies investigating expatriate selection practices and one study aimed at assessing the performance of police trainees in South-Africa. His research collaborations have appeared in the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (2013), the International Journal of Knowledge and Learning (2013), Human Performance (2009), the International Journal of Selection and Assessment (2009), the International Journal of Intercultural Relations (2005), the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (2005), and the Asian Journal of Social Psychology (2003). In addition he has coauthored several book chapters.
Research programmeHuman Resource Management-Organizational Behaviour
Research interestsOrganizational behavior
-Proactivity in the workplace
Dissertation titleCrossing Borders with Personnel Selection: From Expatriates to Multicultural Teams Download Fulltext PDF
Prizes and honours2010 University of Amsterdam - Faculty of Economics and Business Excellent Teacher Award ( 750 euro).
European Union Education and Culture DG: Leonardo da Vinci Multilateral project. Research grant for Ontology based competency matching between vocational education and the workplace. 2009-2011, with Gabor Andras, Miklos Biro, Andrea Ko, Boris Eustatia, Nelleke van der Voort, Gabor Kismihok, Marco Rimedio, Giovanni Sorrentino, Valentina Costello (394,027 euro).
GITP International, Research Grant for Intercultural Job Performance Criteria: Unravelling Key Issues in Criterion Development. 2002-2006, with Marise Born (177,211 euro).
Research Grant, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Amsterdam, 1999. (1000 guilders)