Professor Emily Bianchi says graduating during a recession could mean less money but more happiness. Read her full write up in the Harvard Business Review.
Is the time of the employee close at hand? After more than 20 years of downsizing, offshoring, buyouts, and innovation setting fire to traditional rules of the workplace, things are looking up for experienced, in-demand professionals.
Using rigorous methodologies, Goizueta faculty focus on researching important problems that affect the practice of business. The following is a sample of recently created new knowledge. To learn more, please visit goizueta.emory.edu/faculty.
Assistant Professor of Organization & Management Emily Bianchi shows recession graduates are more ethical, less narcissistic and stay with companies longer in a new article from Harvard Business Review
Goizueta faculty, using rigorous methodologies, focus on researching important problems that affect the practice of business. The following is a sample of recently created new knowledge. To learn more, please visit goizueta.emory.edu/faculty.
Research from Assistant Professor Emily Bianchi suggests those with higher incomes may be more likely to live more isolated lives. In her TedExPeachtree Talk, she also paints a picture of… Read more »
More than 250 invited guests, including alumni and prospective business students, attended the inaugural #GoizuetaENGAGE women’s conference held in late October at the Southern Exchange in Atlanta. The conference is… Read more »
Assistant Professor of Organization and Management Emily Bianchi spoke with NPR this week on new research tying some social behaviors to income.
Each year numerous awards are bestowed on faculty members at Goizueta Business School with emphasis on their roles in the classroom. For the 2015-16 academic year, professors from multiple academic areas and programs were… Read more »
Assistant Professor Emily Bianchi finds that people who move into adulthood during tough times — like the Great Recession — may not be so narcissistic later in life.