In his dissertation ‘Leader-Subordinate Relations: The Good, the Bad and the Paradoxical’ Benjamin Ashlin Korman highlighted the diverse emotional and behavioral effects that leader-subordinate relations can have on focal subordinates and their coworkers. In doing so, the research presented herein reveals the good, the bad and the at times paradoxical effects that leader-subordinate relations can have on an organization’s overall work environment.
Consistently ranked in the top of management research centres in Europe, the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM) has created an environment for the development of internationally recognised management knowledge with academic and societal impact since 1998.
ERIM researchers, a community of over 350 management scientists, are focused on the real needs of business and management, and dedicated to produce relevant and excellent research that adds innovative dimensions to management knowledge. ERIM combines publishing in leading academic journals with effective dissemination through research projects and an advanced doctoral programme in business and management for aspiring researchers. Where possible, research is created in conjunction with business.
In her dissertation ‘Mobile Consumers and Applications: Essays on Mobile Marketing’ Zeynep Aydin reflected both sides of the mobile eco-system by combining novel data sets reflecting the actions of mobile businesses and the reactions of mobile users. Drawing from multiple research streams, this dissertation contributes to various literatures such as mobile applications, user generated content, and new product development. In the broader sense, the findings collectively relate to creating successful products in digital markets and continuous product development.