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Researcher: Mathison, K (Dr Karin Mathison)

Fields of Research

Organisation and management theory
Business ethics
Business and labour history
Health services and systems
Human resources management
Geriatrics and gerontology
Health and community services
Higher education

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in commerce, management, tourism and services
Health education and promotion
Work and labour market
Industrial relations
Public health (excl. specific population health)
Business ethics
Policies and development

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

An integrated model of justice and ethical climates and the influence of cultural diversity; Management and Organization Review
Country-of-Origin culture and Work-Life Balance in MNE subsidiaries: Using Grounded Theory to investigate employee experiences; European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies
Distilling authentic community-led strategies to support people with dementia to live well; Community Development
Effects of the performance management context on Australian academics' engagement with the scholarship of teaching and learning: a pilot study; Australian Educational Researcher
Embedding ethics: dialogic partnerships and communitarian business ethics; Journal of Business Ethics
Identifying dementia friendly community strengths through authentic engagement; 49th AAG Conference
Illuminating the work-life interface: A grounded theory of organisational identification among MNC subsidiary employees; ANZAM
Process Ethics and Business: Applying Process Thought to Enact Critiques of Mind/Body Dualism in Organizations; Process Studies
Recording Tasmanian labour history: analysing the narratives of three breakthrough women union leaders; Business and Labour History
Ties That Define: A Communitarian Theory of Ethics in Organizations; 2014 Academy of Management Annual Meeting
Using Grounded Theory to investigate employee perspectives on work-life balance in an MNE subsidiary; 2010 Academy of Management Conference

Research Projects

Donation for Ms Karin Dowling's Scholarship

Research Candidate Supervision

A Core-Periphery Model of Voluntary CSR Disclosure in Corporate Comminications- A Comparative Study of Multinational Finance Corporations
Workplace Mental Health Promotion