Kalinda Ukanwa

Assistant Professor of Marketing
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PhD, University of Maryland, MBA, M.S. and B.S, Stanford University

Kalinda Ukanwa is Assistant Professor of Marketing at the University of Southern California. A quantitative modeler, Professor Ukanwa researches how algorithmic bias, algorithmic decision-making, and consumer reputations impact firms. She is the winner of the 2018 Eli Jones Promising Young Scholar Award and a finalist for the 2018 INFORMS Service Science Best Student Paper Award, 2019 Howard/AMA Doctoral Dissertation Award, and the 2020 AMS Mary Kay Doctoral Dissertation Award. In a prior life, Professor Ukanwa was an industrial engineer, financial analyst, and finance executive at Walt Disney, Citigroup, Viacom, and Kaplan.
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Ezra Zuckerman, Tai‐Young Kim, Kalinda Ukanwa, James von Rittmann () "Robust Identities or Nonentities? Typecasting in the Feature‐Film Labor Market ,"  American Journal of Sociology  108, 1018-1073.