Visiting Research FellowDepartment of Business
About Almudena Cañibano
Almudena Cañibano is a visiting researcher at Business School (Department of Business Administration). She is an Associate Professor in Management at ESCP Business School and holds a PhD in Employment Relations and Organizational Behaviour from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her research focuses on the changing nature of work and its connection to employee experiences. She studies innovative work organization systems and practices (e.g. flexible working, virtual teams, participation schemes or digital freelancing) and their effect on occupational health, employee wellbeing, social inclusion and organizational performance.
Cañibano, A. (2019) Workplace Flexibility as a Paradoxical Phenomenon: Exploring employee experiences. Human Relations, vol. 72, nº 2, 444-470
Avgoustaki, A. & Cañibano, A. (2020). Motivational Drivers of Extensive Work Effort: Are Long Hours Always Detrimental to Well-being? Industrial Relations: a Journal of Economy and Society, vol. 53, nº 3, 355-398
Cañibano, A., Chamakiotis, P., Russell, E & Rojahn, L. (2021). Understanding Well-being in Virtual Teams: A Comparative Case Study. Information Systems. M. Themistocleous & M. Papadaki (Eds.). Springer
Cañibano, A., Curto-Millet, D. & Rojahn, L. (2022). Sustained participation in open source: A psychological contract approach. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences Proceedings. T. De Vreede, D. Kong, G.J. De Vreede,(Eds). DOI: 10.24251/HICSS.2022.093