Within People in Organisations or HRM, Maria's research interests focuses on: International HRM, corporate strategies (global talent management, corporate social responsibility, climate change), shared value, emerging economies, artificial intelligence, knowledge management, managerial decision-making.
- Beamond, M.T., Tham T-L. & Bartram, T. (2021). Why brain gain and drain? Talent flow of self-initiated expatriate from emerging economies, an exploratory study. Work in progress.
- Beamond, M. Mann, G. & Montague, A. (2021). From duality to balance: competencies required of HR professionals in the era of the Industry 4.0. Work in progress.
- Beamond, M. T., & Bartram, T. (2021). Shared-Value through the eyes of IHRM-CSR. Human Resource Management Review. Work in progress.
- Beamond, M.T., & Ripley, M. (2021). Creating stakeholder value in the extractive supply chain. Work in progress.
- PhD in Management, Business School, The University of Queensland, Australia
- Postdoctoral Scholar and Research Fellow, Center for International Human Resource Studies, Pennsylvania State University, USA
- Beamond, M.,Farndale, E.,Hartel, C. (2020). Frames and Actors: Translating Talent Management Strategy to Latin America In: Management and Organization Review, 16, 405 - 442
- Beamond, M.,Farndale, E.,Hartel, C. (2020). Emerging markets and talent management: Decision-makers, translators and recipients’ five core challenges In: Business Practices, Growth and Economic Policy in Emerging Markets, World Scientific, Singapore
- Farndale, E.,Horak, S.,Phillips, J.,Beamond, M. (2019). Facing complexity, crisis, and risk: Opportunities and challenges in international human resource management In: Thunderbird International Business Review, 61, 465 - 470
- Bentchikou, I.,Ripley, M.,Beamond, M. (2019). Supply chains and systemic change: the case of a mining multinational in Laos. In: International Labour Organization Geneva, Switzerland
- Beamond, M.,Farndale, E.,Hartel, C. (2016). MNE translation of corporate talent management strategies to subsidiaries in emerging economies In: Journal of World Business, 51, 499 - 510
1 Masters by Research Current Supervisions