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Grado:

Ph.D. Field of Study: International Management

Categorización académica:

Associate professor

Área de investigación:

Administración de Personas

Disciplinas:

Comportamiento Organizacional | Gestión Intercultural | IHRM | Negocios Internacionales

Actividad:

Series Editor Palgrave Macmillan (UK) , Member of the Academy of Management (AOM), Member of the Academy of International Business (AIB), Founder board member of the Academy of International Business in Latinamerica (AIB-LAT)

Cursos que imparte:

People Management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Development, Strategic Human Resources Management, International HRM, Human Behavior & Leadership, Healthy People & Organizations, Research Methodology, Experimental Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT, I/O Psychology.

Leonardo Liberman

RESEÑA BIBLIOGRÁFICA

Leonardo Liberman, is an Associate Professor at the Business Faculty at Universidad de los Andes in Santiago, Chile. Prof. Liberman has previously worked at the School of Management at Queensland University of Technology and as the Director of the International Graduate Program at Stockholm School of Economics in Sweden. He also has been in charge of an International MBA program from a domestic School of Business in Chile (UAI). Before pursuing an academic career, he was the HR Principal of two international companies and the principal coach in executive management courses in Santiago Chile (ICARE). Prof. Liberman has published in top tier, peer reviewed international journals and books, both as the sole author and together with coauthors from several countries and regions. He has also lead several research projects, conferences and private consultancies at local and international level. Leonardo was the founding Chapter Chair of AIB-LAT (2007) and he is currently member of the executive board of the same Chapter.

EDUCACIÓN
  • Ph.D. Field of Study: International Management, Stockholm University
  • Professional Psychologist, (with “Highest Distinction”) UDP, Santiago, Chile
  • Licentiate in Psychology (with “Highest Distinction”), UDP, Santiago, Chile
ARTÍCULOS (PAPERS)
LIBROS
DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO
  • Liberman, L. (2016). "Attributes and Performance of Internationally engaged executives", AIBSEC, Guangzhou, China.
  • Liberman, L. & Spencer, E. D. (2015). "Distinctive Strategies and Approaches within Emerging Chilean MNC operating in the Latin-American Region", AIB-LAT Conference, Santiago, Chile.
  • Liberman, L. & Martinez, J. (2015) "International Talent Management within Chilean Multinational Companies", AIB-LAT Conference, Santiago, Chile.
  • Liberman, L. & Svenson, L. (2015). "Positive Traits and Internationally Engaged Executives.", Academy of International Business, Bangalore, India.
  • Liberman, L., Boehe, D., & Cruz, E. (2013). "Expected task and relational managerial orientations in Chile and Mexico." Working paper, Universidad de los Andes.
  • Liberman, L. (2014). Keynotes on Multilatinas. AIB-LAT Conference, Medellin, Colombia.
  • Liberman, L. & Kimber, D. (2013). "Individual Attributes and Service Performance within a MNC Operating in Latin America.", AIB-LAT Conference, Puebla, Mexico.
  • Liberman, L. & Pellegrini, L. (2011). "The Effect of Paternalism and Delegation of Authority on Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment in Chile and the U.S.", Academy of International Business, Nagoya, Japan.
    Competitive paper
  • Liberman, L., Troncoso, P., & Aqueveque, C. (2010). "The Impact of Paternalism on Chilean Employees and Executives", AIB-LAT Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Liberman, L., & Boehe, D. (2009). "Willingness to Delegate and Business Environments in 47 Countries." Academy of International Business, San Diego, USA.
  • Boehe, D., & Liberman, L. (2009). "Why do MNC subsidiaries outsource product development?", Academy of International Business, San Diego, USA.
  • Liberman, L. (2008). "Knowledge Management in Latin America.", Balas Symposium, Academy of International Business, Milan, Italy.
  • Liberman, L. (2007). "Delegation and Workforce Characteristics of Countries." Academy of Management, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US.
  • Liberman, L., Burrows, T., & Best, S. (2007) "On the Human Capital Road: Management Practices in India and China", Global Asian Perspectives Conference, UNESCO, Paris, France.
  • Liberman, L. (2006). "Examining the Relationship Between Work-related Institutional and Cultural Dimensions in 40 Countries.", ISSWOV, Tallinn, Estonia.
  • Liberman, L (2004). "A Case of International Research Collaboration with Researchers from 27 Countries", Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Santiago, Chile.
  • Liberman, L. (2004). "Actual and Ideal Cross-institutional Managerial Practices within a European multinational company-", Academy of Management, New Orleans, US.
  • Liberman, L. & Zander, L. (2000). "Does institutional environment matter? Management Practices in four Subsidiaries of a Multinational Company." Academy of International Business, Phoenix, US.
  • Liberman, L. (1999). “Cross-cultural Role Expectations”, CAMINO, Institute of International Business, SSE, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Liberman, L. (1998). “Variances in Work-related Practices of Management in eight European Countries”, ISSWOV, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Liberman, L. (1997). “Perception without Awareness” Inter-American Congress of Psychology, Sao Paolo, Brazil.
PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN
  • Project leader of “Human Resource Management in Small and Medium-sized Firms in Chile” (2014-present)
  • Project leader: "International Expatriate Management in Chilean Multinational Companies" (2015-present)
  • Project leader: "Positive Traits and Executive International Performance." (2015-present)
  • Project leader: "Management Styles across Countries." (2009-present)
  • Project Collaborator: "Paternalistic Style of Management Project" (2010-present)
  • Project leader: "CrossculturalRole Expecations" (2016-present)
  • Project Collaborator: Country Rep. Cranet (2016-present)
  • Project Collaborator: Country Rep. Institute of Policy Stucies, IPS. National Competitiveness Research 2009-2013