Post-Doctoral Research Fellow of Organisational Behaviour
PhD (Erasmus) MSc (Groningen)
Laura Giurge is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at London Business School and a rising scholar in the field of time, engagement, and the future of work. Laura earned her PhD in Management from Erasmus University Rotterdam and two cum laude Master Degrees in Economics and Business and in Human Resources Management from the University of Groningen. Prior to joining LBS, Laura was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Cornell University and a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Business School.
Laura is passionate about conducting experimental and behavioural field studies with non-profit and company collaborators around the world. Her earlier work on power and ethics has been published in The Leadership Quarterly and Human Relations and was featured on the Dutch National Radio, BBC Wales, and Forbes. Currently, Laura is working on a diverse set of projects that examine the psychology behind how employees and organizations set, push, and maintain boundaries at work and in their personal life to learn how we can thrive and live a happier life. Her most recent work has been published in Harvard Business Review and is under consideration at Nature Human Behaviour and Psychological Science.
Laura is part of the Wellbeing Research Centre at the University of Oxford and the Happier Workplaces and Societies Lab at Harvard Business School. She is currently working together with various nonprofit and for-profit company collaborators around the world to improve workplace engagement, time management, employee well-being, and productivity.
Giurge M L; van Dijke M; Zheng M X; De Cremer D
Leadership Quarterly 2019 In press
Blank C; Giurge L; Newman L; Whillans A
Harvard Business Review Digital Articles 2019 15 November, 2019
Hung Y-C; Zheng X; Carlson J; Giurge L
Journal of Marketing Management 2017 Vol 33:11-12 p 917-941
Kuipers B S; Giurge L
International Journal of Human Resource Management 2016 Vol 28:22 p 3179-3201
Zheng X; van Dijke M; Leuniissen J M; Giurge L; De Cremer D
Human Relations 2016 Vol 69:6 p 1387-1418