csegb

Department of International Economics, Government and Business

Carolin
Schütze
Postdoc


Room: POR/24.A-1.84
Tel:
+4538152436
E-mail: cs.egb@cbs.dk
Carolin Schütze
Presentation

I am a postdoc at the Department of International Economics, Government and Business at Copenhagen Business School.

I have a broad interest in organization and ethnic and racial relations research. I focus on the individual level and investigate people’s attitudes and perceptions towards various issues in relation to organizational factors.

Current interests/projects:

Currently I am interested in the impact of corona on health care systems, health care professionals, and patients, such as pregnant women.

I am also part of the ‘Exploration of hiring discrimination and possibilities for intervention through eye-tracking’ project that is funded by the Swedish research council https://mau.se/en/research/projects/exploration-of-hiring-discrimination-and-possibilities-for-intervention-through-eye-tracking/

Methodologically, I am specialized in quantitative data research with a specific focus on survey design and analysis which I combine with qualitative data analysis, such as text analysis.

Primary research areas
  • Organizations
  • Professionals’ attitudes
  • Discretion
  • Ontological security
  • Ethno-racial relations
  • Racial attitudes
  • Discrimination
Social media
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/csegb
Courses

Course coordinator: Research Design and Quantitative Methods I

Supervision

I am open to any form of relevant supervision

Publications sorted by:
2021
Carolin Schütze / Ontological Security in Times of Global Transformations? : Bureaucrats' Perceptions on Organizational Work Life and Migration.
In: Political Psychology, 22.2.2021
Journal article > peer review
2020
Carolin Schütze / Attitudes Matter : Welfare Work and Migration in Sweden.
In: Migration Studies, Vol. 8, No. 3, 9.2020, p. 424-454
Journal article > peer review
Carolin Schütze; Håkan Johansson / The Importance of Discretion for Welfare Services to Minorities : Examining Workload and Anti-immigration Attitudes.
In: Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 79, No. 4, 12.2020, p. 426-443
Journal article > peer review
2019
Carolin Schütze / Attitudes Matter : Perceptions Towards Welfare Work with Migrants in Swedish Welfare Organisations.
Lund : Lund University 2019, 236 p. (Lund Dissertations in Social Work, No. 55)
Ph.D. thesis
Research Projects
Outside activities

No outside activities to report