Below is a list of current and former research collaborators.

Matthew Kraatz

Yoda: My advisor and mentor, Prof. Matthew Kraatz is the Merle H. & Virginia Downs Boren Professor at Gies College of Business. Both his advice and his work serves as a north star for me in times of confusion and crisis. I have much to learn in life from his work, words, and actions.
Affiliation: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Collaborative Work: Organizational Culture & Wrongdoing - A view through the Glassdoor

Geoffrey Love

Han Solo: My committee member and guide, Prof. Geoffrey Love is an Associate Professor at Gies College of Business. Geoff’s compassion and welfare towards his students are exemplary. I have learned a great deal from his values and methodological expertise.
Affiliation: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Collaborative Work: Organizational Culture & Wrongdoing - A view through the Glassdoor
National Innovation Ecosystems in the G-20 Countries: Institutions, Knowledge Infrastructure, and Firm Capabilities

Richard Benton

R2-D2: Prof. Richard Benton is an Associate Professor in the Labor and Economic Relations department at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is a tech guru besides other things, and a super valuable member of my doctoral journey (and committee). His genuine desire to see his students happy and successful and his “What else is new?” questions has saved me countless days of pondering over research problems.
Affiliation: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Collaborative Work: Turnover information from employee reviews.

Ruth Aguilera

Obi-Wan Kenobi: My ‘friend, philosopher and guide’ in tough times, Prof. Ruth Aguilera is the Distinguished Darla and Frederick Brodsky Trustee Professor in Global Business at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business. Ruth has poured her advice generously as my first collaborator, shaped my style of work significiantly, and has taught me the ways of academic life.
Affiliation: Northeastern University
Collaborative Work: An Eye for AI: Insights into the Governance of Artificial Intelligence and Vision for Future Research.

Donald Sull

Taking time from his busy schedule as a lecturer at Sloan and a co-founder and consultant at CultureX, Donald Sull has been instrumental in shaping my dissertation.
Affiliation: MIT
Collaborative Work: Organizational Culture & Wrongdoing - A view through the Glassdoor