wuInternational Human Resource Management & Organizational Behavior I, Vienna University of Business & Economics:

How multinational companies can decide what type of expatriation form fit to their organizational strategies the most? How they can select the most suitable person for a foreign assignment? How they can support them, as well as their families, so that they can accomplish the assignment successfully, with exchanging knowledge and without indicating a wish for early termination of the assignment? These are just some examples from the questions that we discuss with the students at the lectures.

Global Leadership, Vienna University of Business & Economics:

Today’s globalized world requires leader to develop good relationship and to communicate effectively with sub-ordinates from diverse cultural backgrounds. In this course students learn about cutting - edge research findings, as well as develop their own skills as global leaders regarding such topics like:

  • self-management for global leaders
  • developing empathy towards multinational followers
  • global leader-follower relationship.




2018-                Male expatriates' experiences with freedom

2016- 2018       Female expatriates’ experiences abroad

Research project about how freedom shapes single female expatriates’ experiences 

Relationship with parents

Women with children abroad

2012-2015    Hungarian women abroad

2011- 2015   Sustainability and careers

Is sustainability of careers always desirable? Conditions for sustaining careers 




publishedGlobal Careers in Internationales Personalmanagement. Rollen – Kompetenzen – Perspektiven. Implikationen für die Praxis (eds. Thrill, K. & Covarrubias-Venegas, B.) Publisher: Springer Gabler (2018)

Baruch, Y., Szűcs, N. & Gunz, H. (2015). Career studies in search of theory: the rise and rise of concepts. Career Development International, 20(1), 3-20.

2014    International commuters: you don't always need to give up your life abroad. Hungarian Journal of Coaching

2014    In harmony abroad- coaching experiences in expat coaching. Hungarian Journal of Coaching

2010    Home, sweet home? Repatriation Shock in Hungarian Journal of Human Resource Management





2016         Single female self-initiated expatriates’ experiences: The Hungarian case.  6th EIASM Workshop on Expatriation, Catania, Italy

2015         Boundaryless career by self-initiated expatriation?: Exploring the existence and nature of career boundaries by Hungarian female SIEs’, Conference on Self-initiated expatriation, Toulouse, France (with Andrea Toarniczky)   

2013         What’s in the label: The rise and fall of careers’ concepts – why career theory stumble? EGOS – conference, Montreal, Canada: (with Yehuda Baruch & Hugh Gunz)

2011          In your shoe – Top managers’ experiences in a culture transformation project, EGOS – conference, Gothenburg, Sweden: (with Andrea Toarniczky)