Publications The publications of the CDI-HSG can be tracked continuously in the research platform Alexandria. The link can be found in the column on the right. Please see above a list of selected publications: Dwertmann, D. J. G., & Boehm, S. A. (in press). Status matters: The asymmetric effects of supervisor-subordinate disability incongruence and climate for inclusion. The Academy of Management Journal. Baumgärtner, M. K., Dwertmann, D. J. G., Boehm, S. A., & Bruch, H. (2015). Job satisfaction of employees with disabilities: The role of perceived structural flexibility. Human Resource Management, forthcoming. Kensbock, J. M., & Boehm, S. A. (in press). The Role of Transformational Leadership in the mental Health and Job Performance of Employees with Disabilities. International Journal of Human Resource Management. Boehm, S. A., Dwertmann, D. J. G., Kunze, F., Michaelis, B., Parks, K., & McDonald, D. (2014). Expanding insights on the diversity climate-performance link: The role of work group discrimination and group size. Human Resource Management, 53(3), 379-402. Boehm, S. A., Kunze, F., & Bruch, H. (2014). Spotlight on age-diversity climate: The impact of age-inclusive HR-practices on firm level outcomes. Personnel Psychology, 67, 667-704. Baumgärtner, M. K., Boehm, S. A., & Dwertmann, D. J. G. (2014). Job performance of employees with disabilities: Interpersonal and intrapersonal resources matter. Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion: An International Journal, 33(4), 347-360. Boehm, S. A., Dwertmann, D. J. G., Bruch, H., & Shamir, B. (2015). The missing link? Investigating identity strength and transformational leadership climate as mechanisms that connect CEO charisma with firm performance. The Leadership Quarterly, 26(2), 156-171. Boehm, S. A., & Dwertmann, D. J. G. (2015). Forging a single-edged sword: Facilitating positive age and disability diversity effects in the workplace through leadership, positive climates, and HR practices. Work, Aging, & Retirement, 1(1), 41-63. Dwertmann, D. J. G., & Boehm, S. A. (2014). The moderating effect of climate for inclusion on supervisor-subordinate dissimilarity outcomes. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Briarcliff Manor, New York, NY, USA.