My research is focused on diversity in organizations, and the integration of skilled migrants in the work organization. I burn for equality, equity, and inclusion in organizations and society at large. Some of my latest publications are:

Diedrich, Andreas and Annette Risberg. 2023 “Organizing the "labour of hope": A critical take on the role of internships and mentorships in supporting highly skilled immigrants into jobs”. In Barbara Czarniawska and Andreas Diedrich (Eds): Organizing Immigrants’ Integration: Practices and Consequences in Labour Markets and Societies. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 189-215

  1. Risberg, Annette. 2022. ”How to be a good editor: Ten (very personal) commandments.” In Kostera, Monika (Eds.): How to Write Differently: A Quest for Meaningful Academic Writing. Edward Elgar Publishing. pp. 147–148.
  2. Annette Risberg & Hervé Corvellec (2022) The significance of trying: How organizational members meet the ambiguities of diversity. Gender Work and Organization. Online publication. Open Access:

Risberg, Annette & Romani, Laurence (2022). Underemploying highly skilled migrants: An organizational logic protecting corporate ‘normality’. Human Relations, 75(4), 655–680. Open Access:

Just N, Sine, Risberg, Annette and Villsèche, Florence (Eds) (2021) The Routledge Companion to Organizational Diversity Research Methods. Routledge, UK. ISBN 9780367211486

Romani, Laurence, Holck, Lotte and Risberg, Annette (2019) Benevolent discrimination: Explaining how human resources professionals can be blind to the harm of diversity initiatives., Organization, 26(3), pp. 371–390. Open Access:10.1177/1350508418812585.