Elinor Flynn is a post-doctoral scholar in Management at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She received her Ph.D. in Management from NYU Stern in 2022. Her research focuses on gender and diversity in organizations. Within this stream, she is interested in understanding whether new ways of working (e.g. remote work) can help organizations better promote diversity and inclusion, and what tradeoffs the future of work poses for employees' personal and professional lives.
Michael Impink is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at HEC Paris and a research affiliate at Hi! Paris (AI for Society and Business) and Boston University TPRI. He holds a PhD in Management from NYU Stern. Prior to the PhD, Michael was a senior manager at Microsoft based in Seattle and Singapore and a fellow at Harvard University's Weatherhead Center for International Affairs.
Kevin W. Lee is an Assistant Professor at the UBC Sauder School of Business. His research concerns the changing nature of work and organizing, focusing on what we have been recognizing as valuable enough to take with us as opposed to leave behind amid these transformations. Pursuant to these interests, his dissertation focused on music composers developing a generative AI that threatened to cannibalize their own occupational community. He holds a PhD from NYU Stern and a BA from Columbia.
Katia Meggiorin is an Assistant Professor in Information Systems at Stevens Institute of Technology. She earned her PhD from NYU Stern. Professor Meggiorin's research focuses on the effect of regulatory uncertainty on digital platform markets, with a focus on the sharing economy. She studies the tradeoffs between platforms’ positive and negative spillovers to society. Her research informs digital platforms on how to improve their economic and social performance by managing these tradeoffs.
Manav Raj is an Assistant Professor in the Management Department at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. His research studies encompass a) the heterogeneous effects of technology-enabled industry change on firm performance and strategy; and b) how institutional features and non-market forces affect innovation and entrepreneurship.