Welcome to the MIT Sloan Organization Studies Group's (“OSG”) spring 2010 seminar series.
Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will be held in E52-598 (Forrester Room) from Noon to 1:30 p.m. on Fridays. Lunch will be provided at 11:45 a.m. As they become available, abstracts or papers for the seminars will be posted below.
|Feb 5||Michel Anteby, Harvard Business School
Markets, Morals, and Practices of Trade
|Feb 12||No meeting|
|Feb 19||Rakesh Khurana, Harvard Business School
Economics in Elite Business Schools: Micro-institutional processes at the Ford Foundation and the dominance of economists and economic thought in business schools
|Feb 26||OSG Community Mtg (for OSG faculty, students, and affiliates)|
|Mar 5||No meeting|
|Mar 12||Cancelled: Rick Gilkey, Emory University|
|Mar 19||Michele Gelfand, University of Maryland
Culture as Constraints and Affordances: A Multilevel Analysis of Situational Constraint across 35 Nations
|Mar 26||No meeting (Spring Break)|
Scott DeRue, University of Michigan
Who will lead and who will follow? A social process of leadership identity construction in organizations
|Apr 9||Ashley Brown, MIT Sloan
Polarized by palpitation: How physiological arousal and construal of negotiation interact to predict subjective outcomes
Robert Livingston, Northwestern University
Empowering the wolf in sheep’s clothing: Why do people choose the wrong leaders?
Gary Fine, Northwestern University
The Native in the Garden: Floral Politics and Cultural Entrepreneurs
Elisabeth Kelan, King’s College London
The Binary Logic and Performing Gender at Work
Steve Maguire, McGill University
Theorizing Risk and Organization
Sheena Iyengar, Columbia University
The Art of Choosing
Traditionally, doctoral students and faculty meet individually and/or in small groups before and after the seminar. Please e-mail Ashley Brown if you would like to arrange such meetings (please note the dates and times in which you're interested).
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Past OSG Seminar Schedules