Marius is professor of Behavioural Ethics within the Department of Human Resource Management. He has a research focused role; not only focusing on publishing in top tier (i.e. ABS 4 star) journals himself but also helping more junior staff members and PhD students to grow as researchers.
Marius is also professor of Behavioural Ethics with Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam. Previously, Marius worked as assistant professor of organizational psychology at the Open University of The Netherlands and Associate Professor at Rotterdam School of Management.
Professor van Dijke previously held an appointment as an assistant professor in organizational psychology at the Open University of the Netherlands.
Marius’ research is concerned with behavioural ethics and leadership of high integrity. Examples of issues he examines in his research include when power stimulates moral and immoral behaviour, why people so deeply value social justice, and what the role is of intuitive and controlled processes in moral judgment and behaviour. These issues have important implications both for theory and practice, supplying tools that stimulate employees and managers to function both productively and ethically. He publishes widely on these topics in top tier Management and Psychology journals. He also advises PhD and DBA students on Behavioural Ethics research.