Sven Horak, Ph.D.
MS, International Business, London South Bank University
Horak, S. (2017). The informal dimension of Human Resource Management in Korea - Yongo, recruiting practices and career progression. International Journal of Human Resource Management. vol. 28, pp. 1409-1432.
Horak, S., Rowley, C., Bacouël-Jentjens, S., and Bae, J. (2017). Distinctiveness of Human Resource Management in the Asia Pacific Region: Typologies and Levels. International Journal of Human Resource Management. vol. 28, pp. 1393-1408 .
Horak, S., and Cui, J. (2017). Firm Size, Financial Performance and Risk Behavior of Gender-Diversified Boards in the Chinese Automotive Industry – Initial Insights. Personnel Review. vol. 46, pp. 847-866.
Horak, S., and Taube, M. (2016). Same but different? Similarities and fundamental differences of informal social networks in China (Guanxi) and Korea (Yongo). Asia Pacific Journal of Management. vol. 33, pp. 595-616.
Horak, S. (2016). Join in or opt out? A normative-ethical analysis of affective ties and networks in South Korea. Journal of Business Ethics. pp. forthcoming.
Horak, S., and Restel, K. (2016). A Dynamic Typology of Informal Institutions: Learning from the Case of Guanxi. Management and Organization Review. vol. 12, pp. 525-546.
Horak, S., and Yang, I. (2016). Affective networks, informal ties, and the limits of expatriate effectiveness. . International Business Review. vol. 25, pp. 1030-1042.
Horak, S., and Klein, A. (2016). Persistence of informal relation-based networks in East Asia: Evidence from South Korea. Asia Pacific Journal of Management. vol. 33, pp. 673–694 .
Horak, S. (2016). Decision-making behavior, gender differences, and cultural context variables. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management. vol. 16, pp. 281-299.
Horak, S. (2014). Antecedents and characteristics of informal relation-based networks in Korea: Yongo, Yonjul and Inmaek. Asia Pacific Business Review. vol. 20, pp. 78-108.
Horak, S. (2013). Towards a cultural integration in ASEAN and the EU: Supranational values and identity. Harvard Asia Quarterly. vol. 15, pp. 46-51.