prof.dr. (Marius) MH van Dijke

prof.dr. (Marius) MH van Dijke

Professor in Behavioral Ethics

Full professor Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Department of Business-Society Management
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T11-57
Email
mvandijke@rsm.nl

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Marius van Dijke is professor of behavioral ethics at Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University. He currently serves as head of the department of Business-Society Management. His research is concerned with behavioral ethics and leadership of high integrity. Examples of issues he examines in his research include when power stimulates moral and immoral behavior, why people so deeply value social justice, and what the role is of intuitive and controlled processes in moral judgment and behavior. These issues have important implications both for theory and practice, supplying tools that stimulate employees and managers to function both productively and ethically. He has published widely on these topics in Management and Psychology journals, for instance in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Management, Journal of Applied Psychology, Leadership Quarterly, and Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. Marius served as Director of Doctoral Education of the Erasmus Research Institute  of Management from April 2015 until December 2017. 

  • J Syroit, Eva Derous, M Hommes, H Lodewijckx, Marius Dijke & P Poelmans (2002) - Interventies in groepen: conflicthantering en mediation - Open Universiteit Nederland

  • Marius Dijke, J Syroit & J Van Ruysseveldt (2009) - Strategisch selecteren - Noordhoff Publishers

  • Preethi Manjunath & Marius Dijke (2019) - Trickle-down effects of unethical behavior: The role of meaning making. - doi: 10.1108/S2514-175920190000003004 - Emerald
  • Marius Dijke, G van Houwelingen, Niek Hoogervorst & Lisanne Versteegt (2018) - Reflection and action: A study on moral learning consultation within Dutch prison authorities - Boom
  • Marius Dijke & D (David) De Cremer (2014) - Justice in the work setting - Springer
  • D (David) De Cremer & Marius Dijke (2009) - Acting fairly to be the boss: Procedural justice as a tool to affirm power relationships with subordinates - Cambridge University Press

  • Marius Dijke, J Syroit & J Van Ruysseveldt (2009) - Trends in selectie - Noordhoff Publishers
  • K Könings & Marius Dijke (2009) - Predictoren en criteria - Noordhoff Publishers
  • K Proost & Marius Dijke (2009) - Werving van personeel - Noordhoff Publishers
  • Marius Dijke & K Proost (2009) - Voorselectie - Noordhoff Publishers

  • Marius Dijke (2002) - Understanding power dynamics. Effects of social comparison on tendencies to change power and power differences - UvT

  • Niek Hoogervorst, Pieter Desmet & Marius van Dijke (2014) - Prophets vs. Profits: How Market Competition influences Leaders’ Disciplining Behavior.

Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent Univ.

Begindatum goedkeuring
december 2018
Einddatum goedkeuring
november 2021
Plaats
NOTTINGHAM

Philosophy of Science

Level
bachelor 1
Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 1
Course Code
BK1207

Leiderschap, Management en Bestuur

Year
2021
Course Code
BMA2109

LMB1, Leiderschap, management & bestuur

Year
2021
Course Code
BMA3078

LMB2, Majorgebonden methodologie Seminar

Year
2021
Course Code
BMA3079

  • Joost Leunissen

    All Apologies: On the willingness of perpetrators to apologize
  • Pieter Desmet

    In Money we Trust? Trust Repair and the Psychology of Financial Compensations
  • Gijs van Houwelingen

    Something to Rely On: The Influence of Stable and Fleeting Drivers on Moral Behavior
  • Niek Hoogervorst

    On The Psychology of Displaying Ethical Leadership. A Behavioral Ethics Approach
  • Philip Eskenazi

    The Accountable Animal: Naturalising the management control problem
  • Laura M. Giurge

    A Test of Time: A temporal and dynamic approach to power and ethics
  • Lisanne Versteegt

    Taking a moral intuition approach to behavioral ethics: On the nature of moral intuitions underlying (un)ethical behaviors in organizations
  • Lisanne Versteegt

    Taking a moral intuition approach to behavioral ethics: On the nature of moral intuitions underlying (un)ethical behaviors in organizations
  • Lemessa Bayissa Gobena

    Towards Integrating Antecedents of Voluntary Tax Compliance
  • Pepijn van Neerijnen

    The Adaptive Organization: The Socio-Cognitive Antecedents of Ambidexterity and Individual Exploration
  • Franziska Zuber

    Looking at the Others. Studies on (un)ethical behavior and social relationships in organizations
  • Leander De Schutter

    Open PhD projects in Value Based Organizing: Acting on unprecedented change
  • Ying Tang

    Open PhD project in Value Based Organizing: Acting on unprecedented change
  • Daan Abraham Petrus Peeters

    Open PhD project in Value Based Organizing: Acting on unprecedented change

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