Management of Organizations
Dissertations & Placements

Mary Kate Stimmler, 2013
Google, Inc.
Essays on Financial Risk Taking and Embedded Heuristics

Fiona Kun Yao, 2013
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Social Context of the Exercising and Dating of Stock-Options: Three Essays

Emily Wu Choi, 2012
University of Texas at Dallas
Organizational Identity and Interorganizational Alliances

Jessica Kennedy, 2012
Vanderbilt University
Power and Dissent: Implications for Ethics in Organizations

Nydia MacGregor, 2011
Santa Clara University, California
Geographic Scope, Scale, and Local Social Structure: Survival of Chain and Independent Retailers in California, 1990-2004

Aiwa Shirako, 2011
New York University, Stern School of Business, Visiting Scholar
Power to the Powerless: Interpersonal Influence through Sympathy Appeals

Sebastien Brion, 2010
IESE, Barcelona
How Power is Lost: Illusions of Alliance Among the Powerful

Gavin Kilduff, 2010
New York University, Stern School of Business
The Psychology of Rivalry

Jennifer Ann Kurkoski, 2010
Google, Inc.
How Did I Get Here?: The Evolution of Social Network Position Within Firms

Atul Ashok Teckchandani, 2010
California State University, Fullerton
Building a Better Community: The Role of Banks and Voluntary Associations

Caneel K. Joyce, 2009
London School of Economics
The Blank Page: Effects of Constraint on Creativity

Connson Chou Locke, 2008
London School of Economics
The Downside of Looking Like a Leader: Examining the Effects for Leadership Demeanor on Follower Voice

Christopher I. Rider, 2008
Emory University, Goizueta Business School
Network Positions and Processes: Evidence fro U.S. Private Equity

Kuo-Hui Frank Yu, 2008
City University of Hong Kong
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Managing Uncertainty

Erika Gail Henik, 2008
Goldman Sachs & Co.
The Effects of Value Conflict and Emotions on Potential Whistle-Blowers

Vinit Desai, 2007
University of Colorado, Denver
Constraints on Organizational Learning from Poor Performance in the Modern American Railroad Industry, 1978-2003

Michael Haselhuhn, 2007
Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Seeing What We Want to See: How Approach-Avoidance Orientations Affect Motivated Reasoning

Margaret Ormiston, 2007
London Business School
Beyond a Preference for Similarity: The Distinctiveness Motive in Similar and Diverse Groups

Carmit Tadmor, 2006
Harvard University, Research Fellow
Biculturalism: The Plus Side of Leaving Home? The Effects of Second-Culture Exposure on Integrative Complexity and its Consequences for Overseas Performance

Peter Madsen, 2006
Brigham Young University
The Co-diffusion of Organizational and Policy Innovations: The Spread of a New Organizational Form and Its Supporting Legislation in the U.S. Insurance Industry

Jack Goncalo, 2004
Cornell University
Hidden Consequences of the Group-Serving Bias: An Attributional Theory of convergent Thinking in Groups

Elaine Michelle Wong, 2005
Northwestern University
It Could Have Been Better: The Effects of counterfactual Communication on Impression Formation and Performance

Alicia Dolbashian Boisnier, 2003
State University of New York, buffalo
Strong Cultures and Subcultures: A Multilevel Framework for Understanding the Emergence and Consequences of Organizational Subcultures

Olga Michael Khessina, 2003
Georgetown University
EntryMode. Technological Innovation and Firm Survival in the Worldwide Optical Disk Drive Industry 1983-1999

Gwendolyn Kuo-Fang Lee, 2003
INSEAD Singapore
Competitive Consequences of Technological Convergence in an Era of Innovations Telephone Communications and Computer Networking. 1989-2001

Lindy Archambeau, 2001
University of Utah
The Structure of Opportunity: A Multi-level Analysis of Job Mobility

Jonathan Jaffee, 2001
Carnegie-Mellon University
The Resource Partitioning of a Corporate Legal Market: The Competitive Dynamics of Generalist and Specialist Corporate Law Firms

First-Person

Christopher Rider

Christopher Rider
PhD 08

Assistant Professor, Organization & Management
Goizueta Business School
Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia

"I learned that an academic environment that encourages intellectual curiosity and accepts open-ended answers to interesting research questions is one that I prefer to a corporate environment."