Magnus Sverke Stockholm University
Magnus Sverke is Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology in the Department of Psychology, Stockholm University, where he also obtained his PhD degree in 1995. His research broadly focuses on how psychosocial factors at work relate to employee work attitudes, behavior, and well-being, but also on organizational change and its effects on employees, labor market flexibility and employment contracts, performance-based pay setting and perceptions of justice, union member attitudes and behavior, as well as career development. Dr. Sverke has published 11 books, more than 100 articles in scientific journal, 49 book chapters, and 40 research reports (including governmental reports). A special interest concerns experiences of job insecurity, a topic where he has co-authored two books and several articles (including meta-analyses and literature reviews). For more than 25 years he has taught courses in work and organizational psychology and research methods at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and supervised 24 competed doctoral theses. Magnus Sverke is a member of a variety of national and international professional associations, and was in 2014 appointed to Fellow of the International Association of Applied Psychology in recognition of outstanding contributions to applied psychology. He is/has been Associate Editor of a handful of scientific journals and serves/has served on the Editorial Board for more than ten journals.