Giá máy bắn cáAdecco Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship; Chair, PhD Programme
BA (Carlos III, Madrid) MSc (UPF, Barcelona) PhD (MIT)
A native of Spain, Dr Isabel Fernandez-Mateo holds the Adecco Chair at London Business School. As Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, she has taught in various degree programmes at London Business School, including the required core Strategic Management course for the full time MBA and Executive MBAs, as well as an elective course on “Building your Career Strategy.”
Giá máy bắn cáShe has also taught PhD-level courses, and is involved in a variety of custom Executive Education programmes, where she teaches on the value of social networks for client management, careers, and leadership.
Her work has been published in the American Journal of Sociology, Organization Science, Management Science and other journals. She is on the editorial board of Administrative Science Quarterly and Sociological Science, and is an associate editor of Management Science.
Dr Fernandez-Mateo is an economic sociologist and strategy scholar. She studies how firms and individuals can use relationships to create and capture economic value. Much of her research focuses on how social networks influence career outcomes, particularly in hiring, job transitions and career advancement.
Giá máy bắn cáDr Fernandez-Mateo’s current research projects focus on understanding the organisational and social barriers that prevent women’s access to top management positions. She is especially interested in the role that executive search firms play in increasing female representation in senior management jobs. She is also studying the processes by which negative interactions in hiring processes affect relationships between employers and workers.
2018 Finalist for the Strategic Human Capital Interest Group Best Conference Paper and Best Interdisciplinary Paper (Strategic Management Society Conference)
2018 Best OMT Published paper of 2017 Award by the OMT Division of the Academy of Management (for “Leaning Out: How Negative Recruitment Experiences Shape Women’s Decisions to Compete for Executive Roles”)
2018 Outstanding Publication in OB Award by the OB Division of the Academy of Management Giá máy bắn cá(for “Leaning Out: How Negative Recruitment Experiences Shape Women’s Decisions to Compete for Executive Roles,” published in 2017)
2013 Meritorious Service as Associate Editor Award, Management Science.
2013 American Sociological Association’s W. Richard Scott Award for Distinguished Scholarship. Organizations, Occupations and Work Section (for “Anticipatory Sorting and Gender Segregation in Temporary Employment”)
2012 INFORMS-Industry Studies Association Best Paper Prize (for “Anticipatory Sorting and Gender Segregation in Temporary Employment,” published in 2011.)
2007-to date, Adecco Associate ProfessorGiá máy bắn cá (Endowed Chair at London Business School)
2007 Outstanding Reviewer AwardGiá máy bắn cá, the Editorial Board of the Academy of Management Review
2005 Academy of Management, Careers Division Best Paper Award (for “Beyond Organizational Careers. Information, Learning and Trust in Mediated Employment Arrangements.”)
2004 Industrial Relations Research Association, Best Dissertation Award – Honorable mention.
2004 American Sociological Association’s James D. Thompson Award for Best Graduate Student Paper. Organizations, Occupations and Work Section.
2002 Research Fellowship, MIT Sloan Center for e-Business
2001, 2004 Research FellowshipGiá máy bắn cá, MIT Workplace Center
1998-2000 Full funding of graduate studies, La Caixa Fellowship (Spain)
1997-1998 Research Fellowship, Catalan Government (Spain)
1996 Research fellowship, Spanish Institute for Iberoamerican Cooperation
1995 European Union Erasmus Fellowship
Fernandez-Mateo I; Kaplan S
Giá máy bắn cáOrganization Science 2018 Vol 29:6 p 989-1236
Ody-Brasier A; Fernandez-Mateo I
Giá máy bắn cáHarvard Business Review Digital Articles 2017
Brands R A; Fernandez-Mateo I
Administrative Science Quarterly 2017 Vol 62:3 p 405-442
Fernandez-Mateo I; Ody-Brasier A
American Sociological Review 2017 Vol 82:1 p 147-178
Giá máy bắn cáBrands R A; Fernandez-Mateo I
Giá máy bắn cáHarvard Business Review Digital Articles 2017
Giá máy bắn cáFernandez-Mateo I; Fernandez R
Management Science 2016 Vol 62:12
Fernandez-Mateo I; Coh M
Organization Science 2015 Vol 26:5 p 1381-1399
Bidwell M; Briscoe F; Fernandez-Mateo I; Sterling A
The Academy of Management Annals 2013 Vol 7:1 p 61-121
Giá máy bắn cáFernandez-Mateo; King Z
Giá máy bắn cáManagement Science 2011 Vol 57:6-989 1008
Fernandez-Mateo I; Bidwell M
Giá máy bắn cáOrganization Science 2010 February
Business Strategy Review 2010 Vol 21:4 p 52-57
Giá máy bắn cáAmerican Journal of Sociology 2009 Vol 114:4 p 871-923
Bidwel M; Fernandez-Mateo I
Book Chapter: In Cappelli P. Ed., Employment Relationships: New Models of White Collar Work, CUP, 2008
Giá máy bắn cáBidwell M; Fernandez-Mateo I
Academy of Management Proceedings 2007 p 1-6
Giá máy bắn cáFernandez-Mateo I
Giá máy bắn cáAmerican Sociological Review 2007 April Vol 72:2 p 291-317
Fernandez R; Fernandez-Mateo I
American Sociological Review 2006 Feb Vol 71:1 p 42-71
Bidwell M; Fernandez-Mateo I
In Cappelli P ed., Strategic employment relations, Cambridge University Press, 2006
in Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2005
Munoz-Bullon F; Fernandez-Mateo I
in Cabrera A and Bonache J eds., Direccion estrategica de personas. 2nd ed., Prentice Hall/Financial Times, 2005
in Cabrera A and Bonache J eds., Direccion estrategica de personas, Prentice Hall/Financial Times, 2002
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