Madeleine Bausch is currently a Ph.D. candidate (University of Passau, Germany), as well as researcher and lecturer at the University of Chile in Santiago de Chile.
She holds a B.A. from University of Mannheim, Germany (2013) in Culture and Business Studies with a specialization in Romance linguistics and an M.A. in International Cultural and Business Studies from the University of Passau (2017). In her Ph.D. (2022) at the Chair of Intercultural Communication (University of Passau), she examined the transfer of organizational practices (quality management) of German family-led companies in Brazil from an interpretive paradigm using qualitative, case-based methodology. In addition, she has participated in projects examining the development of the research field of International and Intercultural Management.
In research and teaching, she primarily deals with intercultural management and intercultural communication in organizations, as well as creativity and innovation in multicultural workplaces and urban ecosystems. Her main focus of intercultural studies is on the Latin American and European regions. During and between her studies, she has spent several years in South America, mainly in Chile and Brazil.
Madeleine has lectured at the University of Passau (Germany), University of Chile (Chile), Estonian Business School (Estonia), Turkish-German University (Turkey), University Jyväskylä (Finland), and Aix-Marseille University (France).
She is co-author of the textbook Constructive Intercultural Management (2021) with Christoph Barmeyer and Ulrike Mayrhofer, and has published in international journals such as International Business Review, International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, and SAGE Open. Moreover, she has authored and co-authored several book chapters, including on the transfer of managerial practices (2021), on central scholars of intercultural management (forthcoming, in German), and on business school legitimacy (forthcoming).
She is an alumna of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, an active member of AIB, EIBA, and GEM&L, and chairwoman of the German association of Students for Liberty (Studenten für die Freiheit e.V.).
She can be contacted via mbausch AT fen.uchile.cl
Barmeyer, C., Bausch, M., & Mayrhofer, U. (2021). Constructive intercultural management: Integrating cultural differences successfully. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Bausch, M., Barmeyer, C., & Mayrhofer, U. (2021). Facilitating factors in the cross-cultural transfer of management practices: The case of a German multinational in Brazil. International Business Review, 101921. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ibusrev.2021.101921
Wieczorek, O., Eckl, M., Bausch, M., Radisch, E., Barmeyer, C., & Rehbein, M. (2021). Better, Faster, Stronger: The Evolution of Co-authorship in International Management Research Between 1990 and 2016. SAGE Open, October-December, 1 –15. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F21582440211061561
Bausch, M., Barmeyer, C., & Mayrhofer, U. (2020). Cultural challenges and quality management practices of a German multinational in Brazil. In B. Amann & J. Jaussaud (Eds.), Cross-cultural challenges in international management (pp. 74-93). New York: Routledge.
Barmeyer, C. & Bausch, M. (2020). Comprendre l’évolution du management interculturel sur la base des revues académiques entre 2001 et 2016. In F. Goxe, N. Prime, & M. Viegas-Pires (Eds.), La recherche en management international: continuité et ruptures (pp. 199-227). Paris, France: Vuibert.
Bausch, M., Barmeyer, C. & Grigo, B. (2020). Internationaler transfer von qualitätsmanagementpraktiken: Erfolgsfaktoren der interkulturellen zusammenarbeit bei liebherr Brasilien. Zeitschrift Führung + Organisation, 89(2), 121-126.
Barmeyer, C., Bausch, M., & Moncayo, D. (2019). Cross-cultural management research: Topics, paradigms, and methods—A journal-based longitudinal analysis between 2001 and 2018. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 19(2), 218-244.
Work for CID:
Madeleine Bausch wrote KC104: Constructive Intercultural Management and has translated it into German, Portuguese, and Spanish.