My research revolves around understanding work and organisational behaviour using multidisciplinary theoretical lenses. I am particularly interested in how various characteristics of the work context affect individuals’ attitudes and behaviours at work and beyond the work domain (e.g. family, community).I examine these aspects in different empirical settings, using a variety of analytical methods, including statistical analyses of large longitudinal datasets, social network analysis and qualitative methods. I am passionate about engaging in research that resonates with HR practitioners' dilemmas related to the future of work.
PhD University of Chicago
MBA University of Chicago
MA Sociology, CEU Prague
Lup, Daniela and Booth, Jonathan E. (2018) Work and volunteering: longitudinal relationships between work-related experiences and volunteering behaviour. British Journal of Industrial Relations . ISSN 0007-1080 (Published online first)
Lup, Daniela (2017) Becoming a manager increases men’s job satisfaction, but not women’s. Harvard Business Review . ISSN 0017-8012
Lup, Daniela (2018) Something to celebrate (or not): the differing impact of promotion to manager on the job satisfaction of women and men. Work, Employment and Society, 32 (2). pp. 407-425. ISSN 0950-0170
Yakubovich, Valery and Lup, Daniela (2006) Stages of the recruitment process and the referrer's performance effect. Organization Science, 17 (6). pp. 710-723.
Brown, J. David and Earle, John S. and Lup, Daniela (2005) What makes small firms grow?: finance, human capital, technical assistance, and the business environment in Romania. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 54 (1). pp. 33-70.