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2021 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition Finalists

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    Posted 08-23-2021 18:37

    2021 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition Finalists


    I am pleased to announce the finalists for the 2021 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition. There were nearly 100 submissions, with many innovative and high-quality proposals submitted. Before revealing the eight finalists, I would like to take a moment to thank the over 170 scholars who generously volunteered their time to provide reviews of the candidate proposals. This competition would be nothing without them, and I am grateful to them for their willingness to provide thoughtful and timely feedback.

     

    The eight individuals below will be presenting their dissertation proposals to a distinguished panel of judges who will select the winner and runner-up for this year's competition. If you know any of the finalists, please offer them your congratulations for a significant accomplishment.

     

    The finalists are:

     

    Giselle Antoine

    University of Washington, Foster School of Business

    "Organizational Cultures of Guilt & Shame: Systems of Social Control"

     

    Farnaz Ghaedipour

    McMaster University, DeGroote School of Business

    "Autonomy Paradox in Platform Work: A Sociomaterial Perspective on the Work of Instagram Content Creators"

     

    Anna McKean

    Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management

    "From Covert Action to Overt Activism: The Evolution of Corporate Sociopolitical Involvement"

     

    Rebecca Ponce De Leon

    Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business

    "'Invisible' Discrimination: The Paradoxical Effects of Non-Prototypicality for Black Women"

     

    Melanie Prengler

    Texas A&M University, Mays Business School

    "Beyond 'Do Better, Try Harder': A Grounded Exploration of How Employees Evaluate and Respond To Allyship Failure"

     

    Kimberly Rocheville

    Boston College, Carroll School of Management

    "Relational Emotional Processing Following Traumatic Events in Life-And-Death Work"

     

    Bryan Spencer

    Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

    "How Artificial Intelligence is Reshaping Work and Professions: The Case of Medical Trainees in China"

     

    Daniel Wilde

    University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School

    "Cognitive Microfoundations of Industry Foresight and Strategic Commitments: Evidence Within The Global Automotive Industry"

     

    Sincerely,
    Basima

     

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    Basima Tewfik

    Assistant Professor, Work and Organization Studies

    The Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    btewfik@mit.edu



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    Basima Tewfik
    MIT Sloan School of Management
    Cambridge MA
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