Eliot Sherman

Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour

BA (Pennsylvania) MS PhD (Berkeley)
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Dr. Eliot Sherman’s research examines the structural constraints that impede women's careers, with an emphasis on testing feasible organizational solutions using field experiments. An additional stream of work assesses intrapreneurship and job mobility. His research has been published in leading sociology and management journals, including the American Journal of Sociology, Management Science, and Organization Science. He has taught the "Paths to Power" elective since 2016 and has taught in executive education programs since 2018.

2020

Discretionary remote working helps mothers without harming non-mothers: evidence from a field experiement

Giá máy bắn cáSherman E L

Management Science 2020 Vol 66:3 p 1351-1374

2019

Blurred lines: how the collectivism norm operates through group perceived diversity to boost or harm group performance in Himalayan mountain climbing

Chatman J; Greer L; Sherman E L; Doerr B

Giá máy bắn cáOrganization Science 2019 Vol 30:2 p 235-259

2015

Agents of change or cogs in the machine?: reexamining the influence of female managers on the gender wage gap

Giá máy bắn cáSrivastava S B; Sherman E L

Giá máy bắn cáAmerican Journal of Sociology 2015 Vol 120:6 p 1778-1808


Teaching portfolio

Our teaching offering is updated annually. Faculty and programme material are subject to change.