Dr. Tine Köhler is Associate Professor for International Management in the Department of Management and Marketing at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She received her Pre-Diploma from the Philipps-University Marburg in Germany and her MA and PhD degrees from George Mason University in the USA.
Before joining the University of Melbourne, she worked at the International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group, USA) as a consultant for leadership development. Her research focuses on Global Teamwork and Research Methods. Her main research interests are in the area of cross-cultural management, cross-cultural communication and coordination, group processes, trust, and motivation, qualitative research methods, meta-analysis and regression.
Dr. Köhler is an Associate Editor at Organizational Research Methods and former Associate Editor at Academy of Management Learning and Education. She is an editorial board member of Organizational Research Methods, Journal of Management Studies, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Journal of Management Education, Small Group Research, and the Research Methods in Strategy and Management book series (Emerald publishers). She further reviews for the Academy of Management Journal, the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and the Canadian Journal of Administrative Science. Her work has appeared in the Journal of International Business Studies, Organizational Research Methods, Journal of Management, Human Resource Management, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and Small Group Research. She has further published book chapters and papers in conference proceedings on global teamwork and on research methods and statistics. She regularly presents her work at prestigious international conferences and holds teamwork and research methods workshops around the world. Dr. Köhler serves on the International Advisory Board of the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) and is a CARMA instructor.
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Play It Again, Sam! An Analysis of Constructive Replication in the Organizational Sciences
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Supporting Robust, Rigorous, and Reliable Reviewing as the Cornerstone of Our Profession: Introducing a Competency Framework for Peer Review
Tine Köhler, Maria González-Morales, George Banks, Ernest O'Boyle, Joseph Allen, Ruchi Sinha, Sang Eun Woo, Lisa Gulick
Journal article | 2020 | Industrial and Organizational Psychology: perspectives on science and practice
Peer review is a critical component toward facilitating a robust science in industrial and organizational (I-O) psychology. Peer r..
Using Scripts to Address Cultural and Institutional Challenges of Global Project Coordination
Catherine Durnell Cramton, Tine Köhler, Raymond Levitt
Journal article | 2020 | Journal of International Business Studies
Complex project work often is carried out by groups spanning national and cultural boundaries. This work is vulnerable to poorly u..
From Apples and Cases to Barrels and Orchards: Macro-Level Drivers of Workplace Abuse
Victor Sojo Monzon, Victoria Roberts
Conference Proceedings | 2019 | Academy of Management Proceedings
Workplace abuse, broadly defined as interpersonal mistreatment against employees in the workplace that might harm or injure them a..
From the Editors: Introduction to the Special Issue on Rhythms of Academic Life
Jon Billsberry, Tine Köhler, Micheal Stratton, Michael Cohen, M Susan Taylor
Journal article | 2019 | Academy of Management Learning & Education
Multiple motivations lie behind the creation of this special issue on the rhythms of academic life and academic careers. First and..
The effect of team pay dispersion and team LMX on perceived incivility
Jesse Olsen, Tine Koehler, Victor Sojo Monzon, Gloria Gonzalez-Morales, Jose Cortina, Adrienne O’Neil, Rebecca Schachtman, Adriana Vargas-Saenz, Elise HOLLAND
Conference Proceedings | 2019 | Proceedings of 33rd Annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management Conference
The current paper explores the effect of pay dispersion in the team and team LMX on individual incivility perceptions. Employing B..
If it Were Only That Easy: The Use of Meta-Analytic Research by Organizational Scholars
Justin A DeSimone, T Köhler, Jeremy L Schoen
Journal article | 2019 | Organizational Research Methods
This paper evaluates how researchers are currently citing meta-analytic results and provides specific recommendations for interpre..
How you see me, how you don’t: ethnic identity self-verification in interactions between local subsidiary employees and ethnically similar expatriates
X Fan, A-W Harzing, T Köhler
Journal article | 2019 | International Journal of Human Resource Management
Multinational corporations often assign expatriates who share an ethnicity with host country employees (termed ethnically similar ..
Restricted Variance Interaction Effects: What They Are and Why They Are Your Friends
JM Cortina, T Koehler, KR Keeler, BB Nielsen
Journal article | 2019 | Journal of Management
Although interaction hypotheses are increasingly common in our field, many recent articles point out that authors often have diffi..
Who Is the Wolf and Who Is the Sheep? Towards a More Nuanced Understanding of Workplace Incivility
T Köhler, MG Gonzalez-Morales, V Sojo Monzon, JE Olsen
Journal article | 2018 | Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Cortina, Rabelo, and Holland's (2018) perspective on studying victimization in organizations is a welcome contribution to workplac..
The benefits of being understood: The role of ethnic identity confirmation in knowledge acquisition by expatriates
X Fan, C CREGAN, AW Harzing, T Köhler
Journal article | 2018 | Human Resource Management
In this article, we propose that the concept of ethnic identity confirmation (EIC), the level of agreement between how expatriates..
Application of Cultural Metaphors and Cross-Cultural Paradoxes in the Classroom
Yochanan Altman, Michael Berry, Paul R Cerotti, Claire Davison, Martin J Gannon, Tine Koehler, Christine Nielsen, Rajnandi Pillai, Lawrence C Rhyne, Carl A Scheraga
Journal article | Online Readings in Psychology and Culture
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Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Best Reviewer Award
Outstanding Reviewer Award
Best Paper Award at the Standing Track of Expatriate Management at the EURAM 2017 Conference (Runner-up)
PhD Outstanding Alumni Award
Management Education Division Global Forum Best Symposium Award (Winner)
Careers Division Best Symposium Award (Runner-up)
Best Paper Award at the Standing Track of Expatriate Management at the EURAM 2016 Conference (Winner)
Dean's Award for Research Excellence
Dean's Award for Research Excellence
Outstanding Editorial Board Reviewer Award
Edwin A. Fleishman Dissertation Award
Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship Award
Associate Professor In International Management
Management And Marketing
European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology
Academy of International Business
Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management
Interdisciplinary Network of Group Researchers
European Group of Organization Studies
American Psychological Association
Academy of Management
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology
George Mason University
Master of Arts in Psychology
George Mason University
PreDiploma in Psychology