Seminars

2017-2018 Management and Organization Seminar Series

 

Seminars are typically on Fridays from 11:00AM to 12:30PM unless otherwise specified. 

FALL 2017 Distinguished Speakers

Date Speaker Presentation Title Room Host
9/22/17

Prof. Aaron Chatterji 

Duke University

Learning to Manage: A Field Experiment in the Indian Startup Ecosystem ACC 205 Prof. Mayer, Strategy
9/29/17

Prof. Robert Seamans 

New York University

Technological Opportunity and the Locus of Innovation: Airmail, Aircraft, and Local Capabilities ACC 205 Prof. Nagle, Strategy
10/6/17

Prof. Martie Haselton

UCLA

The Hidden Intelligence of Hormones: How They Drive Desire, Shape, Relationships, Influence Our Choices, and Make Us Wiser ACC 205 Prof. Carnevale, OB
10/20/17

Prof. Toby Stuart 

UC Berkeley

Of Hobos and Highfliers: Disentangling the Classes and Careers of Technology-Based Entrepreneurs ACC 205 Prof. Teodoridis, Strategy
10/24/17

Prof. Neil Thompson 

MIT

Science is Shaped by Wikipedia: Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial ACC 201 Prof. Nagle, Strategy
10/27/17

Prof. Ange-Marie Hancock

USC Dornsife

Intersectionality: A Unique Approach to Addressing Complex Inequality in Organizations ACC 205 Prof. Townsend, OB
11/3/17

Prof. Michael Kraus

Yale University

The Misperception of Racial Economic Equality ACC 205 Prof. Kim, OB
11/10/17

Prof. Katherine DeCelles

University of Toronto

Beyond The Bars: How Physically Dirty Work Contaminates The Home ACC 205

Professors:

Townsend & Kim

 SPRING 2018 Distinguished Speakers 

Date Speaker Presentation Title Room Host
1/12/18

Prof. Jana Gallus

UCLA

Field Experiments on Recognition in the Knowledge Economy ACC 205 Prof. Raffiee, Strategy
2/2/18

Prof. Timothy Gubler

UCR

Connected but Qualified? Social Affiliations, Human Capital, and Service Professional Performance ACC 205 Prof. Raffiee, Strategy
2/16/18

Prof. Nicholas Argyres

Washington Univ. in St. Louis

R&D Organization, Intrafirm Inventor Networks, and Innovation ACC 205 Prof. Nagles, Strategy
2/21/18 2pm-4pm

Prof. Rajshree Agarwal 

University of Maryland

Jewels in the Crown: Exploring the Motivations and Team Building Processes of Employee Entrepreneurs JFF 417 Prof. Rindova, GREIF
3/9/18

Prof. Justin Berg

Stanford University

When Silver is Gold: Forecasting the Potential Creativity of Initial Ideas ACC 205 Prof. Wiltermuth, OB
3/23/18

Prof. Jeff Furman

Boston University

Disclosure & Cumulative Innovation: Evidence from the Patent Depository Library Program ACC 205 Prof. Teodoridis, Strategy
3/30/18

Prof. Maia Young

UCI

How Emotions Move Us: An Integrated Model of Emotions and Decision Making ACC 205 Prof. Townsend, OB
4/6/18 9:30am-11am

Prof. Sendil Ethiraj

London Business School

How Do Firms Respond to Price Wars?  JFF 414 Prof. Raffiee, Strategy
4/13/18

Prof. Jennifer Whitson

UCLA

Compensatory Control and Structure Seeking ACC 205 Prof. Wakslak, OB
4/20/18

Prof. Barry Staw

UC Berkeley

Stumbling Toward a Social Psychology of Organizations: A Discussion of the Field of Organization Behavior ACC 205 Prof. Tost, OB
4/23/18

Prof. Woody Powell

Stanford University

From Iron Cage to Glass House: Rationalization, Receptivity, and Intercalation in the Nonprofit Sector, 2005-2015 RGL 308 USC Price
4/27/18

Prof. Melissa Valentine

Stanford University

Flash Teams ACC 205

Prof. Fast, OB

 

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