prof.dr. (Gabriele) G Jacobs

prof.dr. (Gabriele) G Jacobs
Full Professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Erasmus University College (EUC)
Location
Nieuwemarkt 1A, Rotterdam
Telephone
0104081609
Email
jacobs@euc.eur.nl

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*Gabriele Jacobs is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Culture at the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioral Sciences (ESSB) and Dean of the Erasmus University College (EUC). *Her research interests include: Organizational change, justice and identity, leadership, international management, civic engagement, co-creation, methodology.

Gabriele Jacobs worked from 2000 to 2019 at the Rotterdam School of Management / Erasmus University Rotterdam (RSM) and acted from 2016 to 2019 as Academic Director of the International Business Administration Bachelor Programme (IBA). Next to this she was co-director of the Centre of Excellence on Public Safety Management (CESAM) at RSM from 2014 to 2019.
She graduated with her…

*Gabriele Jacobs is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Culture at the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioral Sciences (ESSB) and Dean of the Erasmus University College (EUC). *Her research interests include: Organizational change, justice and identity, leadership, international management, civic engagement, co-creation, methodology.

Gabriele Jacobs worked from 2000 to 2019 at the Rotterdam School of Management / Erasmus University Rotterdam (RSM) and acted from 2016 to 2019 as Academic Director of the International Business Administration Bachelor Programme (IBA). Next to this she was co-director of the Centre of Excellence on Public Safety Management (CESAM) at RSM from 2014 to 2019.
She graduated with her PhD from University of Münster, Germany in 1998 within a multidisciplinary PhD program of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). From 1992 - 99 she worked as researcher and Assistant Professor at the University of Cologne (Department of Economic and Social Psychology). In 1998 she was Visiting Professor at HEC, Paris (Department of Human Resource Management). Next to presenting her work at international conferences, Gabriele publishes in a wide range of academic journals in organizational behavior, marketing and management and also in journals with an applied focus.

She coordinates and conducts several EU-projects in the field of safety and security. Next to this she is involved in national research projects.

From 2016 to 2019 she coordinated the Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliance on "International Security Management", which aimed at creating sustainable and concrete resources and structures to foster international security collaborations. Between 2010 and 2014 she coordinated COMPOSITE (Comparative Police Studies in the EU), a FP7 EU project in the field of security. COMPOSITE looked into small and large scale change processes in police forces across Europe. 

Gabriele derives her academic passion and inspiration from the collaboration and dialogue with inter-disciplinary academics and multi-sector practitioners. She feels that academia needs to address core societal challenges in order to facilitate sustainable and innovative solutions. 

Gabriele Jacobs is married and has a son and two daughters. A dog and (adopted) parrot also belong to the family. She loves traveling, sport, reading and admiring art, especially photography. Also she is excited about the family hobby, namely discovering the Netherlands by boat. The home harbor is beautiful Delfshaven in Rotterdam. 

      • G. Jacobs, G.N.G. Vanderveen, T. Hak, M.J. Flory, T. Thuis, S. Valkeman & M. Franken (2018). Een klacht is een gratis advies. (Politiekunde, 96). Den Haag: Politie en Wetenschap/ Sdu Uitgevers [go to publisher's site]
      • G. Jacobs (2000). Kulturelle Unterschiede der Gerechtigkeitswahrnehmung eurpaeischer Manager. Munster-Hamburg-London: Lit Verlag
        • P.S. Bayerl & G. Jacobs (2017). Evaluating the design and implementation of CP-support technologies: A participatory framework. In Community Policing - A European Perspective (pp. 247-268). Cham: Springer
        • G. Jacobs & M. Kuntze (2017). Internationale Polizeikooperation. In J. Stierle, D. Wehe & H. Siller (Eds.), Handbuch Polizeimanagement. Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler doi: 10.1007/978-3-658-08926-9
        • M. van der Giessen, E.G. Brein & G. Jacobs (2017). Community Policing: The Relevance of Social Contexts. In P.S. Bayerl, R. Karlovic, B. Akhgar & G. Markarian (Eds.), Community Policing - A European Perspective (pp. 35-50). Cham, Switzerland: Springer doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-53396-4
        • G. Jacobs & H. Wimber (2017). Plädoyer für eine Kooperation zwischen Polizei und Managementwissenschaften. In J. Stierle, D. Wehe & H. Siller (Eds.), Handbuch Polizeimanagement. Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler doi: 10.1007/978-3-658-08926-9
        • G. Jacobs & P.S. Bayerl (2015). Accounting for Cultural Influences in Big Data Analytics. In B. Akhgar, G.B. Saathoff, H.R. Arabnia, R. Hill, A. Staniforth & P.S. Bayerl (Eds.), Application of Big Data for National Security (pp. 250-261). Amsterdam: Elsevier
        • G. Jacobs & S.R. Giessner (2014). Führung von Veränderungsprozessen: Die Bedeutung von Identität und der Umgang mit Widerstand. In J Felfe (Ed.), Trends der psychologischen Führungsforschung – Neue Konzepte, Methoden und Erkenntnisse (pp. 491-500). Hogrefe
        • S.R. Giessner & G. Jacobs (2014). Identität und Prototypikalität. In J. Felfe (Ed.), Trends der psychologischen Führungsforschung – Neue Konzepte, Methoden und Erkenntnisse (pp. 117-128). Hogrefe
        • G. Jacobs, A.E. Keegan & J. Christe-Zeyse (2007). Eine Organisation begegnet sich selbst - Über die ungeplanten Folgen geplanter Veränderungen. In Mensching,.A. Werner, J.-T. Ohlemacher, Th. (Ed.), Empirische Polizeiforschung VIII: Polizei im Wandel? Organisationskultur(en) und -reform (pp. 203-223). Frankfurt am Main: Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft
        • G. Jacobs, A.E. Keegan, J. Christe-Zeyse, I. Seeberg & B. Runde (2005). The police change project case. In S. Magala (Ed.), Cross-Cultural Competence (pp. 113-116). London: Routledge
        • G. Jacobs, B. Runde, I. Seeberg, J. Christe-Zeyse & C. Barthel (2005). Erfolgskritische Faktoren bei der Durchführung von Veränderungsprojekten in der deutschen Polizei. In J. Christe-Zeyse (Ed.), Modernes Management in der deutschen Polizei (pp. 303-336). Frankfurt: Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft
        • G. Jacobs, F.D. Belschak & B. Krug (2004). Social Capital in China: the Meaning of Guanxi in Chinese Business. In B. Krug (Ed.), China's Rational Entrepreneurs. The development of the new private business sector (pp. 166-188). London: RoutledgeCurzon
        • G. Jacobs (1999). Personalentscheidungen in Europäischen Banken - Welche (kulturelle) Regeln widerstehen der Deregulierung? In L. Fischer, T. Kutsch & E. Stephan (Eds.), Finanzpsychologie (pp. 387-406). München, Germany: R. Oldenbourg
        • G. Jacobs, K.E. Horton & P.S. Bayerl (2017). Doing European police research! An exciting expedition called COMPOSITE. In Detlef Nogala, János Fehérváry, Hans-Gerd Jaschke, Monica den Boer (Ed.), European Police Science and Research Bulletin (pp. 85-93). Luxemburg: Publications Office of the European Union
        • P.S. Bayerl, G. Jacobs & K.E. Horton (2017). Ignoring, tolerating or embracing? Social media use in European police forces. In Detlef Nogala, János Fehérváry, Hans-Gerd Jaschke, Monica den Boer (Ed.), European Police Science and Research Bulletin (pp. 295-308). Luxemburg: Publications Office of the European Union
        • G. Jacobs, P.S. Bayerl & K.E. Horton (2012). Marktforscher (m/w) - Ein Traumberuf? In H. Muller-Peters (Ed.), Marktforschung in der digitalisierten Welt (pp. 85-91). Koln: Aegidius Marktforschungsportal GmbH
      • G. Jacobs, I.I. Suojanen, K.E. Horton & P.S. Bayerl (Ed.). (2021). International Security Management - New Solutions to Complexity (Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications). Cham, Switzerland: Springer doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-42523-4
        • J.H.J. Verbaan, G. Jacobs-Belschak, E.G. Brein, T.A.A. Thuis, M. van der Giessen & P.S. Bayerl (2015). Eindrapportage ZSM en Rechtsbijstand. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam - Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
        • G. Jacobs, P.S. Bayerl, E.G. Brein, M.J. Flory, H.G. van de Bunt, N.E. Haas & R.S. Prins (2015). Evaluatie Politiewet 2012 in de Eenheid Oost-Nederland en landelijke thema's. (Extern rapport). : WODC
        • S. Denef, N. Kaptein, P.S. Bayerl, K. Birdi, F. Bisogni, D. Cassan, J. Christe-Zeyse, P. Costanzo, M. Gasco, K.E. Horton, G. Jacobs, T. Jochoms, K. Krstevska, S. Mirceva, A. van den Oord, C. Otoiu, R. Rajkovchevski, Z. Reguli, T. Stojanovski & G. Vonas (2011). ICT Trends in European Policing. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: EU-Deliverable COMPOSITE Project
        • A. van den Born, K. Allen, D. Andrei, M. Barlage, P.S. Bayerl, K. Betteridge, M. Betz, F. Bisogni, K. Birdi, R. Casey, D. Cassan, J. Christe-Zeyse, P. Costanzo, S. Denef, M. Gasco, L. Graham, M. Gruschinske, K.E. Horton, G. Jacobs, T. Jochoms, C. Mouhanna, C. Otoiu, H. Pautz, S. Rogiest, S. Sapulete, T. Stojanovski, N. Vallet, A. van den Oord, A. van Witteloostuijn & M. Vit (2011). Policing Opportunities and Threat. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: EU-Deliverable COMPOSITE Project
        • K.E. Horton, G. Jacobs, P.S. Bayerl, M. Rothengatter, K. Elliott, M. Gasco, S. Giljohann & C. Rus (2015). A balancing act: How to avoid professional disidentification when faced with stakeholder critique. In Best paper proceedings at the 75th Annual Meeting Academy of Management
        • P.S. Bayerl, K.E. Horton, G. Jacobs & B. Akhgar (2014). Who wants police on social media? In Proceedings 1st European Conference on Social Media (pp. 42-49)
        • G. Jacobs, P.S. Bayerl, E.G. Brein & M.J. Flory (2015). Von unseren Nachbarn lernen? Eine Blaupause zur Evaluation der niederlaendischen Polizei. In R. Grieger & J. Christe-Zeyse (Eds.), Oranienburger Schriften (pp. 56-75). Fachhochschule der Polizei des Landes Brandenburg
        • J. van Rekom, T.W.M. van Steekelenburg, P.W.J. Verlegh & G. Jacobs (2004). Establishing and preserving brand essence. In Proceedings of the 8th Reputation Institute Conference on Reputation, Image, Identity, & Competitiveness. Fort Lauderdale, FL
        • G. Jacobs, E.G. Brein, M.J. Flory, G.N.G. Vanderveen & P.S. Bayerl (2016). Onderzoeksvoorstel ‘Een klacht is een gratis advies’. Politie en Wetenschap call 2016 - 2e ronde (gehonoreerd): .
        • G. Jacobs, E.G. Brein, M.J. Flory, G.N.G. Vanderveen & P.S. Bayerl (2016). Onderzoeksvoorstel 'Een klacht is een gratis advies'. Politie en Wetenschap call 2016 - 1e ronde: .
        • G. Jacobs, E.G. Brein, M.J. Flory, G.N.G. Vanderveen & P.S. Bayerl (2018). Onderzoek ‘Een klacht is een gratis advies’ -subsidie.
      • G. Jacobs & G.N.G. Vanderveen (2018, december 6). Een klacht is een gratis advies: toelichting op het onderzoek en het rapport. Den Haag, Discussiebijeenkomst en presentatie rapport.
  • Full Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Department
    Erasmus University College (EUC)
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    0104081609

Address

Visiting address

Nieuwemarkt 1A 3011 HP Rotterdam

Postal address

Nieuwemarkt 1A 3011 HP Rotterdam