Investigating the impact of modern structures on individual lived work experiences
I focus on two contexts:
1). Globalization 2). (dematerialized) Sociomateriality
The self-initiated expatriation of highly qualified workers
TheImpact of technologies on workers
My doctoral thesis "Of Moves and Humans: Expatriation Journeys That Matter" aimed at reconstructing the intra-organizational emancipatory project of highly qualified Self-initiated Expatriate workers.
Building on a multidisciplinary approach, I analyzed the interplay between workers’ aspirations and intra-organizational constraints through, among others, the capture of underlying identity-processes.
You can find an online version of my monograph here.
My work was presented at different conferences (for instance: AOM; EGOS, SMA; EURAM).
Papers are currently under review (revise and resubmit) in journals. I connected expatriation with talent management; voluntary turnover; emancipation; identity, and more.
To what extent does technology reconfigure subjectification dynamics?
What tools do we have to investigate technological change?
Using a disability lens
Work: Does the co-existence with technology shape a new identity?
Academy of Management proceedings
My work was presented at conferences such as AOM, Surveillance Studies Network, Critical Management Studies and more
Example of work: