Professor, University of Southampton
Doctor of Science
D.Sc. (1991) Behavioural & Management Sciences, Human Resources Management
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
M.Sc. (1987) Behavioural & Management Sciences, Human Resources Management
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
B.Sc. (1981) Electronic Engineering
Ben Gurion University
Other relevant qualifications:
HDR (2013) Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, Université de Strasbourg, France
Senior Strategic Leadership (2010). The Leadership Foundation for Higher Education UK
2013-present Professor, University of Southampton
2015-present Affiliated Professor, Audencia School of Management, Nantes
2010-2013 Professor, Rouen Business School
2010-2013 Professor, Middlesex Business School (p/t)
2004-2010 Professor, University of East Anglia, Norwich
2000-2003 Reader, University of East Anglia, Norwich
1998-2000 Senior Lecturer, University of East Anglia, Norwich
1995-1998 Lecturer, University of East Anglia, Norwich
1994-1996 Research Fellow, London Business School, London
1991-1993 Research Fellow, City University Business School, London
2017 (Fall) Teppers School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
2014-present EM Strasbourg, Université de Strasbourg, France
2012 (Spring) WU: Vienna University of Economics and Business Institute for Human Resource Management
2009 (Spring) George Mason University, USA
2008 (Fall) Erskine Fellow, University of Canterbury, NZ
2004 (Summer) University of Texas at Arlington, USA
2001-2002 University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Human Resource Management, in particular International HRM
Human Resource Management and Organizational Studies. Academic experience includes research in the areas of careers, international and strategic HRM, impact of MBA, and organizational culture.
- Baruch, Y. & Altman, Y. (2002). Expatriation and repatriation in MNC: A Taxonomy. Human Resource Management, 41(2), 239-259.
- Baruch, Y. & Hall, D. T. (2004). The academic career: A model for future careers in other sectors? Journal of Vocational Behavior, 64(2), 241-262.
- Baruch, Y. & Holtom, B. (2008). Survey response rate levels and trends in organizational research. Human Relations, 61(8), 1139-1160.
- Sullivan, S. E. & Baruch, Y. (2009). Advances in career theory and research: critical review and agenda for future exploration. Journal of Management, 35(6), 1452-1571.
- Baruch, Y., Altman, Y., & Tung, R. L. (2016). Career Mobility in a Global Era – Advances in Managing Expatriation and Repatriation. Academy of Management Annals. Vol 10, pp 841-889.
Audencia Business School, Nates, France (Affiliated Professor)
Scholarships and Prizes
- Listed in Top 100 European Scholars publishing in top journals (the Rotterdam List)
- The 1999 Human Relations’ paper about response rate was included in the 20 ‘Classic papers from Human Relations’ (2016)
- Best Reviewer of the year, Academy of Management Learning and Education (2016)
- Best Reviewer of the year, British Journal of Management (2015)
- The Leading Editor Award, Emerald (2008)
- The Erskine Scholarship, New Zealand (2008)
Research Awards (sample)
- The Foundation Audencia, for study “Modeling Employability and Career expectations of graduates”, 2018, with Christine Naschberger, Celine Legrand: €12,000.
- Research grant by the ESRC, for ‘Investment case behind living wage accreditation’, 2017, with Vithana and Ntim: £57,000.
- Research grant by the EPSRC University of Southampton grant for a study on Diversity and academic entrepreneurship in the STEMM Research Base: Towards inclusivity, 2016, with Karatas-Ozkan and Costanzo: £20,000.
- Research grant for ‘A framework for attracting and retaining highly skilled expatriates’, by United Arab Emirate Federal Demographic Council fund 2011: 245,000 AED (€45,000) (with S. Abdulla and H. Khondker, UAE
- Research grant for ‘Management Education and Careers – A Human Capital Exploration’, by GMAC® 2009: £52,000 ($84,673) (with Lavi-Steiner).
- Research grant for a Seminar Series on ‘Storytelling’, by the ESRC; 2005: £15,000 (with Connell, Gabriel, O’Leary, and Simms).
- Research grant for the study ‘Bullying on the Net’, by Mobil; 1998: £19,000.
Listening to classical music
Walking in nature