A Marshall researcher and co-authors reveal why some carbon-offset projects are approved and others are not
Marshall PhD and new Assistant Professor of Strategy and entrepreneurship at the Terry College of Business studies the crux of firms, technology, politics, and social movements
Business students want more sustainability in their curriculum. Here's how Marshall is meeting the demand.
The Provost Professor receives second honor for his distinguished interdisciplinary scholarship
USC Marshall expert in global energy says Russian invasion of Ukraine complicates green energy efforts in Europe and U.S.
New research from USC Marshall may help women enter leadership roles
New Marshall Research Inspects Differing Impacts of Perceived Gender Discrimination on Women and Men
The latest from Leigh Tost and co-authors suggests new theories about a multi-faceted threat to productive workplace engagement
Gender-Based Differences in Cultural Narratives about Perceived Discrimination Produce Divergent Psychological Consequences, Academy of Management Journal.
Paul Adler just got final acceptance on a paper at the Academy of Management Annals. Congratulations Paul!
Forthcoming article, “Situating LIS Pedagogy and Curriculum in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility, and Anti-Racism: A Reflection on Process”
New research co-authored by USC Marshall scholar finds distinct perception difference for White audiences between "Black" and "African American" that could impact media coverage, fundraising
With grants and awards for her work, Teodoridis researches the ‘ideas sector’
Organizational behavior scholar Eric Anicich is fascinated by trying to understand, and explain, human behavior.
Florenta Teodoridis won the Emerging Scholar Award from the Technology and Innovation Management (TIM) Division of the Academy of Management. Congratulations!!!
What’s the future of leadership? Of capitalism? Two groundbreaking Fall 2020 classes from USC Marshall ask those questions to leading experts—and invite every USC student to participate
Please join us in congratulating a few of our PhD students who recently won competitive grants.
Santi Furnari (Cass), Donal Crilly (LBS), Vilmos Misangyi (Penn State), Thomas Greckhamer (LSU), Ruth Aguilera (Northeastern), and Peer Fiss just got a manuscript entitled “Capturing causal complexity: A configurational theorizing process,” accepted to the AMR Special Topic Forum on The Role of Theory in Management Research, edited by Heather Haveman, Joseph Mahoney, and Elizabeth (Beta) Mannix. The abstract is below.
PS: You may have noticed that this is the same gang that published a recent review piece in JoM on “Embracing Causal Complexity: The Emergence of a Neo-Configurational Perspective” (JOM 2017). Yup, there is a pattern here.
If you were able to be part of the virtual Marshall End of Semester Celebration this afternoon (and some 300+ members of the Marshall community were there), you already know that MOR did terrifically well in terms of awards. If you were not able to attend, here are again the awards won by MOR members in order of their presentation:
Roshni Raveendhran, Nate Fast, and Peter Carnevale had a paper accepted by Computers in Human Behavior. Title and abstract are below. Congratulations on this true MOR collaboration!
Paul Adler, Harold Quinton Chair in Business Policy and Professor of Management and Organization, is recipient of the Golden Apple Award for Elective Core Teaching
Carl Voigt, Professor of Clinical Management and Organization and academic director of IBEAR (International Business Education And Research MBA), received the Golden Apple Mentoring Award.
Please join us in congratulating Cheryl Wakslak on her appointment as the McAlister Associate Professor in Business Administration. The Dean's and Vice Dean's announcement is copied below. Congratulations, Cheryl, from the entire MOR community!
Please join us in congratulating Kyle Mayer on his appointment as Chair of the Department of Management and Organization, effective July 1, 2020, for a three-year term. The Dean's and Vice Dean's announcement is copied below. Congratulations, Kyle, from the entire MOR community!
Please join us in congratulating Peer Fiss on his appointment to the Jill and Frank Fertitta Chair in Business Administration. The Dean's and Vice Dean's announcement is copied below. Congratulations, Peer, from the entire MOR community!
It is my distinct pleasure to let you know that, upon the recommendation of the MOR senior faculty and the deans, the Provost has approved a joint appointment of Professor Christine Beckman.
Dear MOR Community,
I am very sad to tell you that our former MOR colleague Jonathan Jaffee passed away on April 21st after battling cancer.
Jonathan was an Assistant Professor in MOR from 2003 to 2008, and those of you who knew him will remember his infectious smile, quick wit, and his deep commitment to excellence in his teaching. He was a wonderful colleague and friend.
Hyo Kang, along with Eunkwang Seo (University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign) and Jaeyong Song (Seoul National University), just had a piece accepted for publication in the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS). The title and abstract are below.
Please join us in congratulating Christine El Haddad on her promotion to Associate Professor of Clinical Management and Organization, effective immediately. The Vice Dean's announcement is copied below. Congratulations, Christine, from the entire MOR community!
Hyo Kang just had his paper with Lee Fleming (UC Berkeley) accepted at the Journal of Economics & Management Strategy. The title and abstract are below.
David Newman, Nate Fast, and Derek Harmon (U. Michigan) just had their article entitled “When Eliminating Bias Isn’t Fair: Algorithm Reductionism and Procedural Justice in Human Resource Decisions” accepted by OBHDP. As you probably noticed, this is an all MOR collaboration, with David being a current doctoral student and Derek a graduate of MOR. Title and abstract are below.
Congratulations to the three of them!
A little bit of good news -- Journal of Personality and Social Psychology for Sarah Townsend
Please join us in congratulating Kate, who successfully defended her dissertation and obtained a wonderful placement at Pennsylvania State University.
Well done, Kate!
Please join us in congratulating Sarah Townsend on her promotion to Associate Professor of Management and Organization, with tenure, effective immediately. The Vice Dean's announcement is copied below. Congratulations, Sarah, from the whole MOR community!
Lori Yue, Kate Wang, and Botao Yang won this year's IACMR-RRBM Award for Responsible Research in Management for their paper “Contesting Commercialization.”
Florenta Teodoridis won an iOrb award for her research showing that AI tools enhance scientists' performance rather than displace them—congratulations to her! The link to the press release about her work follows.
Great news! Mindy Truong, Nate Fast, and Jennifer Kim just got a manuscript accepted by OBHDP. Below is a link to the journal, along with the citation and abstract.
Congratulations to all of them.
Associate Professor of Management and Organization Nate Fast is at the forefront of a new field of business research: The psychology of technology.
Florenta Teodoridis and Jeff Furman publish "Machine Learning Could Improve Innovation Policy"
Nan Jia wins an iORB Impact award for her work showing that in certain Chinese state-owned firms, public policy intended to encourage innovation sharply increased the quantity of patents but decreased the novelty of patents.
Christopher Stewart, Interim Director, MMLIS program, has just been named Editor for The Political Librarian
Florenta Teodoridis’ paper with Avi Goldfarb and Bledi Taska selected for inclusion in the 2020 edition of the AEA Papers and Proceedings
Mark Young named as recipient of the 2020 AAA Lifetime Contribution Award
Shon Hiatt and Jake Grandy (MOR alumnus) just had an article accepted by ASQ, Congratulations, Jake and Shon!
Our former colleague, Frank Nagle, was interviewed by HBS Working Knowledge about the recently published SMJ article with our own Florenta Teodoridis, entitled "Jack of all trades and master of knowledge: The role of diversification in new distant knowledge integration."
Sarah Townsend and her co-authors just had an article accepted by JPSP. You will find the title and abstract below. Congratulations, Sarah!