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Dr. Julia Rahel Bartosch

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Freie Universität Berlin


Professur für Personalpolitik

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Garystr. 21
Raum 335
14195 Berlin


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Research Interests

Organizational Theory

Institutional Theory

Economic sociology

Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility

Societal reactions to climate change and sustainability

Work organization and employment relations

Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA)


2018 Doctorate degree (Dr. rer. pol.) in Management (summa cum laude)
Advisors: Prof. Dr. Gregory Jackson and Prof. Dr. Jörg Sydow
2014 Georg-August-Universität Göttingen / Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
M.A. in Sociology
2012 Technische Universität Berlin
B.A. in Sociology and Technology Studies

Academic Positions

since 04/2014 Freie Universität Berlin
Research and Teaching Associate, Department of Management, Chair of Human Resource Management and Labor Politics (Personalpolitik), Prof. Dr. Gregory Jackson, Berlin, Germany
2016, 2017, 2018 Waseda University
Visiting Researcher, School of Commerce, Tokyo, Japan
2015 Cornell University
Research Fellow, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Ithaca, NY, USA


Selected Publications

Bartosch, Jörg & Raab, Jörg (forthcoming): Corporate Responsibility - An Overview, in Angeli, F., Metz, A. and J. Raab: Organizing for Sustainable Development, Routledge.

Auschra, Carolin; Bartosch, Julia & Lohmeyer, Nora (2022): “Differences in Female Representation in Leading Management and Organization Journals: Establishing a Benchmark”. Research Policy. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2021.104410

Weinhardt, M., & Bartosch, J. (2020). Surveying Entrepreneurs’ Perception of Society in Times of Corona: A proposal. Survey Research Methods, 14(2), 147-151. https://doi.org/10.18148/srm/2020.v14i2.7744

Jackson, Gregory; Bartosch, Julia; Avetisyan, Emma; Kinderman, Daniel & Knudsen, Jette Steen (2019): “Mandatory Non-financial Disclosure and Its Influence on CSR: An International Comparison”. Journal of Business Ethics.   DOI :10.1007/s10551-019-04200-0.

Bartosch, Julia (2019): The politics of CSR in Japan. What role for CSR in the change of the Japanese Corporate Governance System? INCAS Discussion Paper Series, #06/2019. Paris.

Jackson, Gregory & Bartosch, Julia (2017): Understanding Corporate Responsibility in Japanese Capitalism: Some Comparative Observations. INCAS Discussion Paper Series, #04/2017. Paris.

Jackson, Gregory & Bartosch, Julia (2016): Understanding Corporate Responsibility in Different Varieties of Capitalism. In: Responsible Entrepreneurship - Business and Society: Bridging the Gap. Bertelsmann Foundation (Editor). Gutersloh.

Selected Conference Presentations


36rd EGOS Colloquium, online

American Sociological Association, online

2019 Workshop der WK ORG 2019

Academy of Management, 2018 Annual Meeting, Chicago

SASE, 30th Annual Meeting, Kyoto, Japan


Academy of Management, 2017 Annual Meeting, Atlanta

33rd EGOS Colloquium, Copenhagen, Denmark

WK ORG Workshop 2017, Hamburg, Germany


Japan Forum of Business and Society, 6th Annual Conference, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan

32nd EGOS Colloquium, Naples, Italy

40 Years of Codetermination, Hans-Böckler-Stiftung conference at Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (WZB)

2015 SASE, 27th Annual Meeting, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Teaching Experience

Lecture „Qualitative Forschungsmethoden II“, Freie Universität Berlin (Master Course)

Research Seminar “Moral oder Profit? Soziale Verantwortung und Nachhaltigkeit von Unternehmen”, Freie Universität Berlin (Bachelor Course)

Seminar and Lecture “Einführung in die Personalpolitik” (Introduction to Employment Relations), Freie Universität Berlin (Bachelor Course)

Seminar “Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility”, Freie Universität Berlin (corresponding to lecture by Prof. D. Gregory Jackson) (Bachelor Course)

Social-Economic Review
British Journal of Industrial Relations
Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics
Organized Creativity