dr. (Marjan) MJ Gorgievski

dr. (Marjan) MJ Gorgievski
Associate professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T13-36
Email
gorgievski@essb.eur.nl
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Marjan Gorgievski-Duijvesteijn is Associate Professor at the Department of Work and Organizational Psychology at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

With a Ph.D. in Occupational Health Psychology, my aim is to contribute to the development of healthy and engaging work environments in which people thrive, grow and collaborate to contribute to the success of their teams and organizations.

My current fields of interest include Psychology of Entrepreneurship and Positive Organizational Psychology. My research focus has been on investigating reciprocal relationships between entrepreneurs’ wellbeing and business performance. More recently, my attention has shifted to investigating the multilevel relationships between entrepreneurial leadership and employees’ job design, innovativeness and strategic proactive work behavior. I investigate under what circumstances proactive behavior is beneficial for individual growth and well-being and when it might be detrimental.

Major characteristics of my research are employing a multi-level and longitudinal approach in order to capture dynamic interactions between variables on different levels of investigation, such as on the level of individual employees, business owners, business characteristic and characteristics of the business environment. Much of my research has a cross-cultural component.

  • Marjan Duijvesteijn & HB van der Veen (2001) - Boeren in veranderende omstandigheden - Agri-monitor, 7, 7-8

  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2003) - Book review - Organization Studies, 24, 655-657

  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2010) - Entrepreneurial motivation: Independence, money, self-realization and passion for work - Oeconomica Publishers
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn & Arnold Bakker (2010) - Passion for work: Work engagement versus workaholism. - Edward Elgar Publishing
  • U Stephan & Marjan Duijvesteijn (2010) - Planning and entrepreneurial success - Oeconomica Publishers
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn & MP Laguna (2008) - More than money: gain and loss spirals in entrepreneurship - UNED
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn & K Zarafshani (2008) - Entrepreneurial Success, a values approach - UNED
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn & SE Hobfoll (2008) - Work can burn us out and fire us up - Nova Publishers
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2007) - Successful enterprises - UNED
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2007) - Entrepreneurial stress - UNED

  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2018) - DISCOtech 2018 Summary Report, AOM ENT Session 193, August 10, 2018, Chicago, Il, US - [link]
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, Arnold Bakker, PMA Desmet & AE Pohlmeyer (2018) - Tiny Tasks at Work Improving Work Engagement and Performance using Behavioral Intervention Technologies
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn & Jason Gawke (2017) - Rocking the Corporate Boat, Stimulating Employee Proactive Strategic Behaviors for better Organizational Performance.
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, MP Laguna & A Verhoeff (2017) - Motivational Job Design, employee innovative behavior and subjective business performance: a multisource approach.
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, Jason Gawke, Brigit Rijbroek & Arnold Bakker (2017) - Relational Job Design and Proactive Work Behavior, When do they relate to engagement and good performance?
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, Jason Gawke & T Junker (2016) - Employee Intrapreneurial Behavior and Job Crafting: A Kaleidoscope Career Perspective.
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn & J Jumelet (2015) - Entrepreneurs’ Challenge and Hindrance Job Demands.
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn & Anne Annink (2014) - Financial problems and perceived well-being among the European self-employed, the role of social trust and collectivism.
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, AC Starke, P Ujmiakova & A Verhoef (2014) - Entrepreneurs’ basic human values and employees’ innovative behaviour.
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, BIJM van der Heijden & Arnold Bakker (2012) - Effort-Reward Imbalance, Work-Home Interference and Health: A Longitudinal Study among Nurses in Europe.
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, Serge Rijsdijk & AJ (Andreas) Rauch (2012) - Entrepreneurs’ active personality traits and perceived business success, a three year follow-up study.
  • Marjan Gorgievski, D Dej & U Stephan (2011) - A Cross-cultural investigation of the role of planning in the gain spiral of resources, work engagement and entrepreneurial success
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2010) - Entrepreneurs’ psychological capital, innovativeness and business performance.
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, Arnold Bakker & WB Schaufeli (2009) - Workaholism and Work Engagement as Predictors of Performance: Comparison of the Self-Employed versus Employees on Pay-Role
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn & M van Delden (2008) - Mood And Decision-Making. A Diary Study Among Entrepreneurs
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, ML Landmeter & MEE (M. Evelina) Ascalon (2007) - Entrepreneurial Stress and Engagement
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, ARW Elbers, PG Van der Velden & K Zarafshani (2007) - Delays in reporting highly contagious animal diseases, a grounded theory approach.
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2006) - The value of Applying Occupational Health Psychology in entrepreneurship research
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn & MEE (M. Evelina) Ascalon (2005) - Entrepreneurial Success: What it means to different types of entrepreneurs.

  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2003) - Feeling down brings you down

  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, RGM Kemp & A Faber (2006) - Shared values in Dutch SME's, adjustment of O'Reilly's Organisational Culture Profile
  • J Zwemstra, MEE (M. Evelina) Ascalon & Marjan Duijvesteijn (2006) - Differentiating between Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs: A Competency approach

  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, SGA Van Herpen & Linda Zuijderwijk (2009) - Ervaring met flexibele werkplekken op de faculteit bouwkunde, TU Delft - Risbo - Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
  • ARW Elbers, Marjan Duijvesteijn & R van der Velde (2007) - Onderzoek naar overwegingen (economische, psychologische en psychosociale) die een rol spelen bij de aangifte van een vermoeden van een aangifteplichtige dierziekte door veehouders en dierenartsen - CIDC
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, RGM Kemp & A Faber (2006) - Waarden in het MKB: Literatuuronderzoek en ontwikkeling metmethodiek - EIM
  • ARW Elbers, Marjan Duijvesteijn, PG van der Velden & WLA Loeffen (2006) - Toepassing uitsluitingsdiagnostiek voor Varkenspest bij a-specifieke klinische problemen op varkensbedrijven: een enquête onder varkenshouders en dierenartsen - CIDC

  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2017) - Journal of Career Development (Journal)
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2012) - Applied Psychology (Journal)

  • Marjan Duijvesteijn (2019) - Innovative Behavior in Small and Medium Sized Businesses, a Multi-Level, Multi-source Approach - Small Group Meeting: Psychological Perspectives on Entrepreneurship.
  • Marjan Duijvesteijn, Jacqueline Jumelet & Arnold Bakker (2019) - Working 24-7, surviving or thriving? A multi-level study among entrepreneurs - Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 2019

2.8P Training for trainers

Year
2021
Course Code
FSWP2-081-A

3.1 Crosscultural Psychology

Year
2021
Course Code
FSWP-MINOR-6B

2.3P Professional Ethics

Year
2021
Course Code
FSWP2-037

Thesis

Year
2021
Course Code
FSW-140

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