Dr. Claudia Groß is currently an assistant professor at the Institute for Management Research. She came in September 2007 to Nijmegen after defending her PhD-thesis “Die Multitalente: Identität und Ideologie im Multi-Level-Marketing” (The All-rounders: Identity and Ideology in Multi-Level-Marketing) at the Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Mannheim. She passed her exams with distinction and was awarded the Karin-Islinger-Prize for the best PhD thesis in Business Administration and related fields in 2007/2008 at the University of Mannheim.
From spring 2001 to 2007 she was a research and teaching assistant to Prof. Alfred Kieser, Department of Business Administration and Organizational Behaviour, University of Mannheim, Germany. In 2004 she was granted a scholarship from the Julius-Stiegler Foundation for a 3-month stay at the SCANCOR Consortium for Organizational Research at Stanford University. In 2000 she worked as a r esearch assistant for “CEMP – The Creation of European Management Practices“ at the Department of Economics, Reading, UK. CEMP was an EU-funded project, involving research on international publications of management consultancies. Claudia Groß received her master in Sociology and Philosophy with distinction at the University of Tübingen, Germany.
More information can be found on her website at the Institute for Management Research at the Radboud University Nijmegen: http://www.ru.nl/personen/gross-c/
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