The research at our department is dedicated to a better understanding of the psychological dimension in economic activities – with the explicit aim to empower the voices of all the stakeholders involved. Psychological research gives voice to people who would otherwise not be heard nor understood. Theory development plays a crucial role for this purpose and is an integral part of our approach. Empirically, we prefer a methodological mix in our research whenever possible as compared to singular methods.
The students at our department are encouraged to develop their research questions for their master thesis from the early start. We do not delegate readymade research packages to our students because we believe the research mastery must be motivated from within: the questions which are most dear to students and their mission.
FAMILY PURPOSE IN THE 21ST CENTURY: UNDERSTANDING AND FOSTERING FAMILY PURPOSE FOR FAMILIES WITH EXTRAORDINARY RESPONSIBILITIES
UHNWI-MOBILITY IN THE 21st CENTURY: A PSYCHOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION
CO-PRODUCTION OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES