Faculty Research

Our professors publish in top Management journals in Organizational Behavior, Oranizational Theory, Strategy, and Entrepreneurship. They are routinely referenced in news articles, and are recognized for their research and teaching. Here you can find a list of selected publications, news articles and awards. 

 

Links to research authored by Department of Management faculty are available below.
 

Full-Time Professors

Beth Bechky Jason Greenberg Joseph F. Porac
Steven Blader Deepak Hegde     Robert Salomon
Gino Cattani Gavin Kilduff Rebecca Schaumberg
Dolly Chugh Lisa Leslie Melissa Schilling
Sinziana Dorobantu Joe Magee Robert Seamans
J.P. Eggers Frances Milliken Zur Shapira
Christina Fang Elizabeth Morrison Belen Villalonga
Claudine Gartenberg Michael North Batia Wiesenfeld
Pankaj Ghemawat Nathan Pettit  
Ari Ginsberg L. Taylor Phillips  

Visiting Professors
Yair Berson

Postdoctoral Research Scholar
Elad Sherf

 

 

Featured: Management Professors on Brexit

  • Rob Salomon discusses the potential implications of "Brexit." (Forbes)                                             

  • In an oped, Pankaj Ghemawat illustrates how other regions can learn from "Brexit." (Fortune)

Currently in the News

  • Michael North ​discusses his research on the role of generational divides within the current political climate (Quartz). 

  • Robert Salomon shares his views on potential job growth in the US. (Nightly Business Report).

  • Robert Seamans' research on robots and their impact on the economy is featured (Forbes).

  • Claudine Gartenberg and co-author find that social comparison influences both compensation levels and the degree of performance sensitivity within firms. (Organization Science)

  • Pankaj Ghemawat argues that digital technologies alone will not drive globalization forward. (Harvard Business Review)

  • Gavin Kilduff's research on athletic rivalry and performance is referenced. (US News & World Report)

  • Melissa Schilling explains why collective bargaining agreements for bank employees might result in diminished service for customers. (Bloomberg)

  • Robert Salomon explains why the organization of a small group of Facebook shareholders is unlikely to influence the company. (Mashable)

  • Seth Freeman shares advice for negotiating with a tough counterpart in the age of Trump. (US News & World Report)

  • Steven Blader comments on Donald Trump's negotiation style and working relationship with Senator Chuck Schumer. (WNYC)