prof.dr. (Jaap) J. Paauwe

Professor of Human Resource Management

Full Professor Erasmus School of Economics Applied Economics
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
H 13-29
Telephone
+31 10 4082566
Email
paauwe@ese.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

K.D. Doekhie, M. Buljac, M.M.H. Strating & J. Paauwe (2017). Who is on the primary care team? Professionals’ perceptions of the conceptualization of teams and the underlying factors: a mixed-methods study. BMC Family Practice, 18 (111). doi: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12875-017-0685-2

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Jaap Paauwe is a part-time professor of organisation and human resource management at the Department of Applied Economics, the Erasmus School of Economics (ESE).

His main research interests are in the areas of HRM, corporate strategy, organizational change and industrial relations. His actual research topics are HR functional excellence, HR governance, flexicurity and HRM, and performance in healthcare organizations.

For his research on performance in healthcare organizations he leads the research programme of the EUR's Institute of Health Policy and Management.

Professor Paauwe is the author of the book HRM and Performance: achieving long term viability (Oxford University Press, June 2004), for which he was awarded the Dutch HRM network Award in 2005. In 2013 Jaap Paauwe published a renewed version of this book, which is called ' HRM and performance: Achievements and Challenges' .

He obtained his PhD from Erasmus University Rotterdam.

        • J. Paauwe, D. Guest & P. Wright (2013). HRM and Performance: Achievements and Challenges. America: Wiley Press
        • J. Paauwe (2004). HRM and performance: Achieving longterm viability. Oxford: Oxford University Press
        • J. Paauwe (1997). Personeelsmanagement: personeelsmanagement als organisatorisch vraagstuk, cursusdeel 2b. Heerlen: Open Universiteit
        • J. Paauwe (1997). Personeelsmanagement: personeelsmanagement in de praktijk, cursusdeel 3. Heerlen: Open Universiteit
        • F. Kluytmans, G. Evers & J. Paauwe (1997). Personeelsmanagement: Organisatie, omgeving en personeel. Heerlen: Open Universiteit
        • J. Paauwe (1997). Personeelsmanagement: personeelsmanagement als organisatorisch vraagstuk, cursusdeel 2a. Heerlen: Open Universiteit
        • J. Paauwe & J.H. Huijgen (1996). Personeelsmanagement in bedrijf. Alphen aan den Rijn: Samsom Bedrijfsinformatie
        • J. Paauwe, H.A.J. Krosse & A.R.T. Williams (1996). Shared frontiers of learning. Delft: Eburon BV
        • J. Paauwe, K.M. Schilstra & E.J. Smit (1996). Markt, Overlegeconomie of Bedrijfsgemeenschap. Alphen aan den Rijn: Samsom BedrijfsInformatie B.V.
        • P.C. Flood, M.J. Cannon & J. Paauwe (1995). Managing without traditional methods - international innovations in Human Resource Management. Cambridge: Addison Wesley
        • J. Paauwe (1994). Organiseren, een Grensoverschrijdende Passie. Alphen a/d Rijn: Samsom Bedrijfsinformatie
        • J. Paauwe, W. Korevaar & A.R.T. Williams (1990). Outplacement. Deventer: Kluwer
        • J. Paauwe (2013). Het vizier op scherp: optimaal presteren voor mens en bedrijf. Amsterdam: Reed Business Education
        • J. Paauwe & L.H. Hoeksema (1998). Management van employability (Schriftelijke cursus, Deel VI). Eindhoven: IMF International Management Forum
        • J. Paauwe & T. Blok (2015). Unravelling the different black boxes: in search of theories that explain the black boxes between HRM and Performance. In R Valle-Cabrera & A. López-Cabrales (Eds.), New Clues for Analysing the HRM Black Box. Cambridge Scholars Publishing
        • C.W. Alingh, J.D.H. van Wijngaarden, J. Paauwe & R. Huijsman (2015). Commitment or Control: Patient Safety Management in Dutch Hospitals. In R. Valle-Cabrera & A. López-Cabrales (Eds.), New Clues for Analysing the HRM Black Box (pp. 97-124). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
        • P. Boselie, E. Farndale & J. Paauwe (2015). Performance Management. In C Brewster, E Farndale & W Mayrhofer (Eds.), Handbook of research in comparative human resource management. Cheltenham: Edward Elghar Publishing
        • C. Freese, R. Schalk & J. Paauwe (2014). Employability in the New Psychological Contract. In Employment security and job security: synergies and trade offs in labour market policies for the 21st century. Cheltenham UK, Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar
        • P. Jansen, J. Paauwe & J. Dikkers (2013). Chapter 9. Knowledge Management in Professional Services Firms. In Professional services firms, 3rd Ed. Laren Strategic Management Centre
        • P. Boselie & J. Paauwe (2013). Hoofdstuk 3. De Hollandse School in Human Resource Management. In HRM, het nuttigheidsdenken voorbij? (pp. 11-26)
        • J. Paauwe, C. Boon, P. Boselie & D. Den Hartog (2013). Reconceptualizing fit in strategic human resource management: ' Lost in translation?'. In Human Resource Management and Performance: Achievements and Challenges. Chichester: Wiley Press
        • D. Guest, P. Wright & J. Paauwe (2013). Progress and Prospects. In Human Resource management and Performance: Achievements and Challenges. Chichester: Wiley Press
        • J. Paauwe, P. Wright & D. Guest (2013). HRM and Performance: What do we know and where should we go? In Human Resource Management and Performance: Achievements and Challenges. Chichester: Wiley
        • J.P.P.E.F. Boselie, J. Paauwe & E. Farndale (2013). The contribution of HRM to fairness, social legitimacy and public value: Human resource governance and risk management in seven leading multinational companies. In Managing social issues: A public values perspective (pp. 238-257). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
        • J. Paauwe & E. Farndale (2006). International human resource management and firm performance. In G.K. Stahl & I. Bjorkman (Eds.), Handbook of research in international human resource management (pp. 91-112). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing
        • F. Pot & J. Paauwe (2004). Continuing divergence of HRM practices: US and European-Based Company-Level HRM Practices. In J. Paauwe (Ed.), HRM and Performance: Achieving longterm viability (pp. 155-178). Oxford: Oxford University Press
        • K.M. Schilstra, G.R. Dietz & J. Paauwe (2004). Contrasting the metal and IT sectors: internal versus external regulation of flexibility. In J. Paauwe (Ed.), HRM and Performance: Achieving longterm viability (pp. 121-154). Oxford: Oxford University Press
        • H. Scullion & J. Paauwe (2004). Strategic human resource management in multinational companies. In A.W. Harzing & J. Ruysseveldt (Eds.), International Human Resource Management (pp. 65-88). London: Sage
        • J. Paauwe (2004). The future of organising: In search for the tribe. In D.N. den Hartog & j. Paauwe (Eds.), The Spice of Science: A Collection of Papers in Honour of Roger Williams (pp. 7-21). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
        • H. Scullion & J. Paauwe (2003). International human resource management: recent developments in theory and empirical research. In A.-W. Harzing (Ed.), International human resource management (Chapter 3) (pp. 65-88). London: Sage
        • B.A.S. Koene, F. Pot & J. Paauwe (2003). Contingent employment in the Netherlands. In O. Bergström & D. Storrie (Eds.), Contingent employment in Europe and the United States (pp. 195-223). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
        • J.C. Looise & J. Paauwe (2002). Veranderingen in organisatie en arbeid: vernieuwing van personeelsbeleid? In R. Batenburg, T. van der Lippe & E. de Gier (Eds.), Met het oog op de toekomst van de arbeid (pp. 55-76). Den Haag: Elsevier Bedrijfsinformatie
        • A.R.T. Williams & J. Paauwe (1999). Een zevental basisvragen voor management development. In J. Paauwe (Ed.), Management Development: grensoverschrijdende perspectieven (pp. 15-34). Deventer: Kluwer
        • A.R.T. Williams & J. Paauwe (1999). Nogmaals management development. In J. Paauwe (Ed.), Management en development (Monografieën personeel & organisatie) (pp. 159-171). Deventer: Kluwer
        • L.H. Hoeksema & J. Paauwe (1999). De eigen employability: te belangrijk om aan de organisatie over te laten. In J. Paauwe (Ed.), Management van employability (pp. VI 1-VI 34). Eindhoven: International Management Forum
        • L.H. Hoeksema & J. Paauwe (1999). De kritieke dubbelrol van de manager bij employability. In J. Paauwe (Ed.), Management van employability (pp. VI 1-VI 30). Eindhoven: International Management Forum
        • J. Paauwe & J.C. Looise (1998). Human resource management: evolving paradigms and research issues from an integrated stakeholders perspective. In F. Evers, B. van Hees & J. Schippers (Eds.), Work, Organization and Labour in Dutch Society, a State of the Art of Research (pp. 139-168). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers
        • J. Paauwe (1997). Afzetmarkt, organisatie en personeelsmanagement. In F. Kluytmans, G. Evers & J. Paauwe (Eds.), Personeelsmanagement: Organisatie, Omgeving en Personeel. Cursusboek Open Universiteit Heerlen, 4 delen, deel 1, hoofdstuk 3 (pp. 65-96). Heerlen: Open Universiteit Heerlen
        • J. Paauwe (1997). Key issues in strategic human resource management in the Netherlands. In S. Tyson (Ed.), The Practice of Human Resource Strategy (pp. 304-324). London: Pitman Publishing / Pearson Professional Limited
        • J. Paauwe & L.H. Hoeksema (1996). Grenzeloze carrières: uitdagingen voor managers en organisaties. In H.A.J. Krosse, J. Paauwe & A.R.T. Williams (Eds.), Shared Frontiers of Learning (pp. 63-84). Delft: Eburon Uitgeverij
        • J. Paauwe (1996). Personnel management without personnel. In P.C. Flood, M.J. Gannon & J. Paauwe (Eds.), Managing Without Traditional Methods (pp. 185-234). Wokingham, England: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
        • J. Paauwe, P.C. Flood & M.J. Gannon (1996). Competitive advantage through strategic innovations in human resource management. In P.C. Flood, M.J. Gannon & J. Paauwe (Eds.), Managing without traditional methods - International Innovations in Human Resource Management (pp. 307-326). Cambridge: Addison-Wesley
        • L.H. Hoeksema & J. Paauwe (1996). Grenzeloos MD: weggegooid geld of diepte-investering. In J. von Grumbkow & P.G.W. Jansen (Eds.), Management Development: Ontwikkelingen en Trends (pp. 115-136). Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfsinformatie
        • J. Paauwe & P.J. Dewe (1995). Human resource management in multinational corporations: theories and models. In A.W. Harzing & J. van Ruysseveldt (Eds.), International Human Resource Management (pp. 75-98). Londen: Sage
        • J. Paauwe & P.J. Dewe (1995). Organizational structure of multinational corporations: theories and models. In A.W. Harzing & J. van Ruysseveldt (Eds.), International Human Resource Management (pp. 51-74). London: Sage
        • Hans Bruining, T.H. van Neerven & J. Paauwe (1995). Managing without tradional owners. In P. Flood, M. Cannon & J. Paauwe (Eds.), Managing without Traditional Methods - International Innovations in Human Resource Management (pp. 105-146). Cambridge: Addison Wesley Publishers
        • J. Paauwe (1995). Personnel management without personnel managers. In P.C. Flood, M.J. Gannon & J. Paauwe (Eds.), Managing without Traditional Methods - International Innovations in Human Resource Management (pp. 185-234). Cambridge: Addison-Wesley
        • J. Paauwe & P.J. Dewe (1994). Human resource management in multinational corporations. In A.W. Harzing & J. van Ruysseveldt (Eds.), International human resource management (pp. 75-98). London: Sage
        • J. Paauwe & P.J. Dewe (1994). Organizational structure of multinational corporations: theories and models. In A.W. Harzing & J. van Ruysseveldt (Eds.), International Human Resource Management, Chapter 3 (pp. 52-74). London: Sage
        • A.R.T. Williams, J. Paauwe & J.C. van Ham (1989). De toekomst van de vakbeweging. In J.F. Bolweg & F. Kluytmans (Eds.), De noodzaak van nieuwe verhoudingen? (pp. 51-56) Deventer: ,
        • A.R.T. Williams, J.C. van Ham & J. Paauwe (1987). Flexibiliteit en stabiliteit vanuit individu en organisatie. In A. Buitendam (Ed.), Arbeidsmarkt, arbeidsorganisatie arbeidsvershoudingen (pp. 74-90). Deventer: ,
        • A.R.T. Williams, J.C. van Ham & J. Paauwe (1987). Adapting to change; the case of the trade unions in the Netherlands. In G. Spyropolos (Ed.), Trade Unions today and tomorrow (pp. 109-121). Maastricht: ,
        • J. Paauwe & L.H. Hoeksema (1996). Employability: de inzetbaarheid van personeel binnen en buiten de organisatie. In A. Stads & N. Verbeek (Eds.), Human Resource Management, een praktisch handboek voor operationeel leidinggeven, chapter 3 (pp. 102-132). Utrecht: Stichting Teleac
      • J. Paauwe (Ed.). (1999). Management development - Grensoverschrijdende perspectieven (Monografieën personeel & organisatie). Deventer: Kluwer
      • J. Paauwe & M. IJkel (Ed.). (1997). HRM in China: een onderzoek naar het aantrekken, behouden en aansturen van hoger management personeel in China. Rotterdam: Dispuut Interne Organisatie de Eclecticus (Diode)
      • J. Paauwe (Ed.). (1997). Trends in management en organisatiekunde. Alphen aan den Rijn/Diegem: Samsom Bedrijfsinformatie BV
      • J. Paauwe, E. Farndale & A.R.T. Williams (2004). Web-based organizing in traditional brick-and-mortar companies: the impact on HR. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management 2004, no 071-ORG). :
      • J.P.E.F. Boselie & J. Paauwe (2004). Human resource function competencies in European companies. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management 2004, no 069-ORG). :
      • D.N. den Hartog, J.P.E.F. Boselie & J. Paauwe (2004). Performance management: a model and research agenda. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management 2004, no 068-ORG). :
      • B.A.S. Koene, J. Paauwe & J.P.M. Groenewegen (2004). Understanding the development of temporary agency work in Europe. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management 2004, no 086-ORG). :
      • J. Paauwe & J.P.E.F. Boselie (2004). Best practices ... in spite of performance - Just a matter of imitation? (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management 2004, no 070-ORG). :
      • J. Paauwe & J.P.E.F. Boselie (2002). Challenging (strategic) human resource management theory: Integration of resource-based approaches and new institutionalism. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management 2002, no ERS-40 ORG). :
      • J.P.E.F. Boselie, J. Paauwe & R. Richardson (2002). Human resource management, institutionalisation and organisational performance. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management 2002, no 41 ORG). :
      • J.P.E.F. Boselie, M.G. Hesselink, J. Paauwe & A. van der Wiele (2001). Employee perceptions on commitment oriented work systems: effects on trust and perceived job security. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management 2001 (ERS), no 02-ORG). :
      • F. Pot, B.A.S. Koene & J. Paauwe (2001). Contingent employment in the Netherlands. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series 2001, no 04-ORG). :
      • A.R.T. Williams, J. Paauwe & A.E. Keegan (2000). Possible futures for the HR function in different market. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report series, no 54 ORG). :
      • J.P.E.F. Boselie & J. Paauwe (2000). Toezichthoudende- versus participatieve systemen van aansturing: Empirisch onderzoek onder verpleegkundig- en verzorgend personeel in 36 Nederlandse ziekenhuizen. (Intern rapport, Effectiviteit van & Diversiteit in Personeelsbeleid, no 4). :
      • J.P.E.F. Boselie, J. Paauwe & P. Jansen (2000). Human Resource Management and Performance: Lessons from the Netherlands. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series in Management, no 46-ORG). :
      • B.A.S. Koene & J. Paauwe (1999). Vertrouwen in situaties van verandering. (Intern rapport, RIBES, no 9959). :
      • J. Paauwe & J.P.E.F. Boselie (1999). Human research management & het presteren van de organisatie: een overzicht. (Intern rapport, RIBES, no 9953). :
      • A.E. Keegan, J.R. Turner & J. Paauwe (1999). The people side of project-based organizations. (Intern rapport, RIBES, no 9924). :
      • J. Paauwe, A.R.T. Williams & A.E. Keegan (1998). Market situation, competitive advantage and the importance of personnel - the strategic positioning of the personnel function under diverse market conditionss. (Intern rapport, RIBES Papers, no 9843). :
      • J.P.E.F. Boselie, B.A.S. Koene & J. Paauwe (1998). HRM & Performance: towards a more balanced perspective. (Intern rapport, RIBES, no 9836). :
      • J. Paauwe & J.C. Looise (1997). HRM in the Netherlands: evolving paradigms and research issues form an integrated stakeholders perspective. (Intern rapport). :
      • J. Paauwe (1995). Key issues in strategic human resource management in the Netherlands. (Intern rapport, no 14). :
      • J. Paauwe, K.M. Schilstra & E.J. Smit (1995). Belangenbehartiging van werknemers: een toekomstverkenning. (Extern rapport). 's-Gravenhage: VUGA Uitgevrij BV
      • L.W. Dorenbosch, M.J.P.M. van Veldhoven & J. Paauwe (2006). An Integrative Conceptual approach to the Well being - Performance Link in the Modern Workplace: Towards a concept of Workforce Vitality. The WAOP conference: Nijmegen, NL.
      • R. Kase, J. Paauwe & N. Zupan (2006). HR practices as antecedents of a fim's social network and knowledge transfer: a conceptual model. Conference `Beyond knowledge management: advancing the organizational knowlegde research agenda: Durham, UK.
      • E. Farndale & J. Paauwe (2006). HRM practices in high-performing multinationals corporations. Meeting of Academy of management: Atlanta, USA.
      • E. Farndale & J. Paauwe (2006). Best practice versus best fit HRM: within and across MCN comparisions. HRM Study group IIRA conference: Lima, Peru.
      • E. Farndale & J. Paauwe (2006). Drivers of varation in HRM practices in multinational companies. IIRA conference: Lima, Peru.
      • E. Farndale & J. Paauwe (2006). HR Shared Service Centres in the Netherlands: Restucturing the HR Function. The first European conference on E-HRM: Twente, The Netherlands.
      • E. Farndale & J. Paauwe (2006). Employee relations. The Sanyo feedback conference: Cambridge University.
      • E. Farndale & J. Paauwe (2006). HR functional excellence. The Sanyo feedback conference: Cambridge University, UK.
      • E. Farndale & J. Paauwe (2006). HRM practices in high-performing multinationals corporations. Meeting of Academy of management: Atlanta, USA.
      • J. Paauwe (1996). HRM and performance; the linkages between resource based approaches and the institutional context, 26 pp. Series on Seminars on HRM and Performance: Oxford (1996, februari 1).
      • J. PaauweZingeving. P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauweChaos of business as usual. P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauweFluitend naar je werk. P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauweObstakels op weg naar HR analytics. P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauwePerformance Management afschaffen? P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe30 jaar Strategisch HRM. P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauweVan promotie naar almotie. P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauweHet verbonden personeelsbestand. P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauweOp weg naar inclusief HRM. P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauweVast of flexibel? P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauweHoe zie je personeelsverloop aankomen? P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauweLoon inleveren: een armoedige oplossing. P&O Actueel
      • J. PaauweHet unieke van routinewerk. P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe (2014, december 1). Gevangenen, touristen en spelers. P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe (2014, november 1). Talent management, alleen voor de Happy Few? P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe (2014, oktober 1). Ed Lawler's visie op de HR functie. P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe (2014, september 1). Van werknemer naar ambassadeur. P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe (2014, januari 1). Big data: een uitdaging!? P&O actueel
      • J. Paauwe (2014, juni 1). Flow. P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe (2014, mei 1). Tevreden, betrokken of bevlogen. P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe (2014, april 1). HRM over de grenzen. P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe (2014, maart 1). Lijnmanager aan bod. P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe (2014, juli 1). De verdwijnende rollen van HR. P&O Actueel
      • J. Paauwe (1989, november 2). Sociaal ondernemingsbeleid: tussen dwang en ambities; een theoretisch-empirisch onderzoek naar de vormgeving van het sociaal-economisch beleid ten tijde van recessie en herstel. Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (345 pag.) (Alphen a/d Rijn: Handelseditie) Prom./coprom.: A.R.T. Williams & Dr. W.A. Arts.
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    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Economics
    Department
    Applied Economics
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 10 4082566
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