Since July 2014 Florian Kunze (*1981) is holder of the chair for Organisational Studies at the department for politics and public administration at the University of Konstanz. From 2001-2006 he studied politics and management at the University of Konstanz. Thereafter (2006-2010), he did his doctoral studies at the Institute for Leadership and Human Resource Management at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. From 2010-2011 he was a post-doctoral researcher at the same institute. Subsequently he was a one year visiting scholar at the Anderson School of Business, which is part of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) financed through a scholarship of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF). From 2013-2014 he was an Assistant Professor for Leadership at the University of St. Gallen. His main research focus is on management of the demographic change in public and private organisations, the design of effective leadership behaviors for individuals, teams and organisations and evidence-based human resource management. He currently serves as an Associate Editor at the European Journal for Work and Organisational Psychology.
Reinwald, M., Kunze, F. (in press): Being Different, Being Absent? A Dynamic Perspective on Demographic Dissimilarity and Absenteeism in Blue-Collar Teams. Academy of Management Journal
Kunze, F., Menges J.(2017): Younger supervisors, older subordinates: An organizational-level study of age differences, emotions, and performance. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38 (4): 461-486
Kunze, F., De Jong, S., Bruch, H. (2016):Consequences of collective-focused and differentiated individual-focused leadership –Development and testing of an organizational-level model. Journal of Management.42(4), 886-914.
Kunze, F., Raes, A., Bruch H. (2015): It matters how old you feel -Organizational-level antecedents and performance consequences of relative-subjective age. Journal of Applied Psychology. 100(5), 1511-1526
Kunze, F., Boehm, S., Bruch, H. (2013):Organizational boundary conditions to prevent negative performance consequences of age diversity. Journal of Management Studies, 50(3): 413-442.
Kunze, F., Boehm, S., Bruch, H. (2011):Age diversity, age discrimination, and performance consequences -a cross organizational study. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 32(2): 264-290.
The office hour of Prof. Kunze takes place on Monday between 11:45 and 12:45. Please sign up in advance in the list in front of D235.
Letters of recommodation
Letters of recommendation can be written for students that have successfully participated in at least 2 courses with good or very good results (final grade >= 2,0). All letters will be confidential in the sense that they will only be mailed to the respective institution/organization the student is applying to. Please mail your CV, transcript of records, and the receiver's address to Office.Kunze@uni-konstanz.de