Phd project: "Evidence-based changes in work and professional development through technology."
My doctoral thesis focuses on the empirical effects of technology and digitization on the work and performance of finance experts and professional financial organizations. Given the dynamics and complexity of recent technological advances, this research has implications for professional development, vocational education and training, and society as a whole.
Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals
Beer, P., & Mulder, R. H. (2020). The Effects of Technological Developments on Work and Their Implications for Continuous Vocational Education and Training: A Systematic Review. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, Article 918. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.00918
Chapters in (peer-reviewed) Books
Mulder, R. H., Beer, P., Schierl, K., & Bornhaupt, L. R. (2022). Möglichkeiten für Professional Development durch die Veränderung von Arbeit als Folge technologischer Entwicklungen im Gesundheitswesen. In U. Weyland, & K. Reiber (Eds.), Professionalisierung der Gesundheitsberufe. Beiheft 33 für die Zeitschrift für Berufs‐ und Wirtschaftspädagogik (pp. 151-181). Franz Steiner Verlag.
Mulder, R. H., & Beer, P. (2020). The Effects of New Technologies at Work on Work Outcomes and the Implications for Human Resource Development. In M. Loon, J. Stewart, & S. Nachmias (Eds.), The Future of HRD. Volume I: Innovation and Technology (pp. 13–51). London: Palgrave Macmillan.https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-52410-4_2" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer"> https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-52410-4_2
Beer, P. (2021, August). The Impact of Technology on Work Characteristics and Professional Development. Paper presented at the 19th Biennial EARLI Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction, Gothenburg (Sweden).
|since 01/2019||Research assistance at the Chair of Educational Science II, Prof. Dr. Regina H. Mulder, University of Regensburg|
|since 01/2019||Project assistant for the development of a part-time continuing education master´s course|
|10/2016-11/1018||Master of Arts in Educational Science at the University of Regensburg |
Master thesis: “Motivation as a mediator between perceived environmental uncertainty and proactive work behaviour”
|11/2017-12/2018||Student research assistant at the Chair of Educational Science II, Prof. Dr. Regina H. Mulder (Tutorials on practical vocational skills)|
|06/2016-11/2017||Freelance Coach & Co-Trainer for part-time continuing education bachelor´s courses (Leadership in healthcare)|
|06/2017-11/2017||Working student in the field of Talent Management and |
Organizational Development (Automotive Industry)
|07/2015-07/2016||Apprenticeship as Career-Coach|
|10/2014-02/2017||Student assistant at the Chair of Educational Science II, Prof. Dr. Regina H. Mulder|
|10/2014-02/2017||Bachelor of Arts in Educational Science at the University of Regensburg |
Bachelor thesis: “The effectiveness and limitations of implementation intentions in the management of volitional problems in the context of the university education”