Lyonel Laulié

  • Profesor Asistente
    Formación Académica
  • Ph.D. in Business Management, Organizational Behavior track, Wayne State University, Detroit, USA
    Master in Human Resources and Labor Relations, Michigan State University, Míchigan, USA
    Magíster en Ciencias de la Ingeniería, mención Ingeniería Industrial, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Santiago, Chile
    Ingeniero Civil Industrial, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Santiago, Chile

    Biografía
  • Lyonel Laulié es Profesor Asistente del Departamento de Administración de la Facultad de Economía y Negocios de la Universidad de Chile.

    Actualmente el profesor Laulié realiza labores en el Journal of Managerial Psychology, Editorial Advisory Board Member.

    Campos de Investigación
  • Gestión de Personas, intercambios sociales, rotación de personal, y decisiones complejas en ambientes de trabajo.
Publicaciones en Revistas con Comité Editorial
2019 (Forthcoming) / Why Grant I-Deals? Supervisors’ Prior I-Deals, Exchange Ideology, and Justice Sensitivity / JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND PSYCHOLOGY -
2019 / Antecedents of Union Member Retention in Right-to-Work Environments / PERSONNEL REVIEW - Vol. 48, No. 5
2019 (Forthcoming) / Contextualizing psychological contracts research: a multi-sample study of shared individual psychological contract fulfilment / European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology -
2017 / "Small business enterprises and Latino entrepreneurship: An enclave or mainstream activity in South Texas?" / JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Vol. 15, No. 3
2016 / A Multi-Level Theory of Psychological Contract Fulfillment in Teams / GROUP AND ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT - Vol. 41, No. 5
2010 / The CLEHES-MOOD: An Enactive Technology Towards Effective and Collaborative Action / SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE - Vol. 27, No. 3
Academic/Professional meeting Proceedings
2017 / Construct validity and antecedents of shared team psychological contract fulfillment / Vol. 2.017, No. 1
Academic/Professional meeting Presentations
2014 / The effects of poverty on employee motivation: An experimental desing