Spring 2013 Seminar Series

Spring 2013 WAPPP Seminar Series

february 7

Justifying and
Rationalizing
Questionable
Behavior

Michael Norton,
Associate Professor
of Business
Administration,
Harvard Business
School
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march 7

Diversity in the
Boardroom: A
Content Analysis of
Corporate Proxy
Disclosures

Aaron Dhir, Associate
Professor, Osgoode
Hall Law School of
York University
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april 4

Condoning
Stereotyping: How
Awareness of
Stereotyping
Prevalence Impacts
Stereotype
Expression in
Negotiations
and Beyond

Melissa Thomas-Hunt,
Associate Professor
of Business
Administration,
University of Virginia,
Darden School
of Business
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february 14

Can Female Leaders
Mitigate Negative
Effects of
Diversity?: The Case
of National Leaders

Katherine Phillips,
Professor of
Management,
Columbia Business
School
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march 8

International
Women's Day

Breakfast
8:30am - 10am
Allison Dining Room
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april 11

Black Women Mobilizing Intersectionality in Urban Land Rights Struggles in Brazil
Keisha-Khan Perry, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies, Brown University
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february 21

Diversity on a
Deadline: How We
Created Everyone’s
2012 Olympics

Stephen Frost,
WAPPP Fellow and
Head of Diversity and
Inclusion, London
Olympics Committee
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march 14

The Silent Sex:
Gender, Deliberation
and Institutions

Tali Mendelberg,
Professor,
Department of Politics,
Princeton University
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april 18

Thriving Despite Negative Stereotypes: How Ingroup Experts and Peers Act As Social Vaccines To Inoculate Women’s Self-Concept and Achievement
Nilanjana Dasgupta, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
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february 28

An Integrated Model
of Occupation
Choice, Spouse
Choice, and Family
Labor Supply

Stephanie Hurder,
Ph.D. Candidate in
Business Economics,
Harvard University
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march 28

The Politics of Work
-Family Policies in
France, Germany
and Japan

Patricia Boling,
Associate Professor,
Department of Political
Science, Perdue
University
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april 25

Female Managers and Gender Inequality: Evidence from Private Sector Firms
Matt Huffman, Associate Professor of Sociology; Director, Demographic and Social Analysis (DASA) Program, University of California, Irvine
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