PhD (Konstanz University), MPhil (London School of Economics), MSc (University of London), BA (FernUniversitaet Hagen), (Kingston University), Dipl. (Konstanz University)
Dr. Litz is Associate Professor in the Schwartz School of Business, Department of Management. He teaches courses in the following areas: Human Resource Management, International Business, International Human Resource Management, Career Dynamics, Organizational Behaviour, Organizational Analysis, and Corporate Social Responsibility. Before joining St. Francis Xavier University in 2008, Dr. Litz taught Management courses at Universities in Germany including the University of Hamburg and Konstanz University.
His research interests are in the area of Human Resource Management, Globalization, Organization Theory, Organizational Change, Corporate Regulation, and Corporate Social Responsibility. Recent publications include: Litz, S. (ed.) (2015) “Globalization and Responsibility” (Champaign: Common Ground); Litz, S. (2018) “Biopolitics and Sovereignty: Decontextualization and Recontextualization of Anthropolaw", in Global Studies Journal 11 (4): 33-47, and Litz, S. (ed.) (2019) Georg Simmel - Geschichtsphilosophie: Eine erkenntnistheoretische Studie (Vancouver: CHP). Stefan Litz (ed.) (2021):The Many Faces of the City. Exploring the Metropolis. Common Ground: Champaign, Ill.