D.Phil Social Psychology University of Sussex 2004
BA (Hons) Applied Psychology University of Sussex 1996
PGCert HE Middlesex University 2008
Learning & Teaching Interests
June 2011 – present Programme Leader BA International Business
Sept 2009 – present MBA Module leader 'Management Perspectives'
Sept 2008 – present Senior Lecturer MBA Research Methods and Cross Cultural Perspectives
Sept 2007 – present Module leader and Senior Lecturer
The following are areas of expertise and experience: * Cross Cultural Management * Social Psychology * Identity, Citizenship & Person-Nation Fit * Cultural Values * Research Methods (quantitative, survey) * Negotiation & Communication *
Research Outputs & Interests
The core focus of my research is on the (predictive validity of) cultural values in relation to management, whether at governmental, organisational or individual level. Papers have focused on organisational justice perception, Cultural Intelligence, power relations in aid & development, negotiations and the impact of education & training. Additionally, I'm interested in the underlying factors that drive practical behaviour when we work and live together in the globalised environment, i.e., our identity and sense of belonging.
Jan 2009 – Jan 2013: Research Leader of the Business and Management department
Sep 2007 – present: Co-Supervisor of Ph.D. students and Supervisor of Masters Dissertation students
December 2010 – Sept 2011 Acting Head of Department Business & Management – Research
Claeye, F. & van Meurs, N. (2013) Power, resistance and culture in the construction of NPO identity in South Africa. Academy of Management Proceedings. doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2013.16402abstract
Fischer, R., Ferreira, Maria C., Yu Jiang, D., Cheng, B., Achoui, M. M., Wong, C. C., Baris, G., Mendoza, S., vanMeurs, Nathalie, Hassan, A., Achmadi, D., Hassan, A., Zeytinoglu, G., Dalyan, F., Harb, C., Darwish, D. D., and Assmar, E. M. (2011) Are perceptions of organizational justice universal? An exploration of measurement invariance across thirteen cultures. Social Justice Research, 24 (4). pp. 297-313.
Van Meurs, N.and Spencer-Oatey, H. (2010) Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Intercultural Conflict: The "Bermuda Triangle" of Conflict, Culture, and Communication. In D. Matsumoto (Ed.) APA Intercultural Handbook of Communication. American Psychological Association. 1 edition (April 15, 2010).
Van Ameijde, J., Nelson, P., Billsberry, J. and van Meurs, N. (2008) Distributive leadership in project teams: The importance of integrating dispersed expertise. In K. Turnbull-James (Ed.) Leadership: Knowledge into Action. Belgrave
Coldwell, D.A.L., Billsberry, J., van Meurs, N. and Marsh, P.J.G. (2008) The effects of person-organization ethical fit on employee attraction and retention: Towards a testable explanatory model. Journal of Business Ethics, 78 (4), 611-622
Van Meurs, N. and Spencer-Oatey, H. (2007) Multidisciplinary perspectives on intercultural conflict: The 'Bermuda Triangle' of conflict, culture and communication. In H. Kotthoff & H. Spencer-Oatey (Eds.), Handbook of Applied Linguistics, Volume 7: Intercultural Communication. Mouton: de Gruyter Publishers.
Van Meurs, N. (2003) Cooperative and competitive behaviour between intercultural teams: the predictive validity of Schwartz values. In S. Schmid & A. Thomas (Eds), Impact of Values and Norms on Intercultural Training and Education, Vienna: IDM.
Funded Research & Knowledge Exchange Projects
Engagement & Impact
Social Media: * Blog www.identityresearch.org Identity Research * Follow on twitter: @drvanmeurs