Sanaz Mobasseri

Assistant Professor, Management & Organizations
    Research Presentations
  • Mobasseri, S. , Linos, E. Rethinking Burnout, Together, Google Conference, Google (Zoom), 2022
  • Mobasseri, S. Asymmetric Peer Effects: How White Co-Workers Shape Non-White Careers, ESMT Berlin, Research Seminar, Zoom, 2022
  • Mobasseri, S. A Systems Psychodynamic Perspective on the Persistence of Racial Inequality at Work, Harvard Business School, Research Lab (NERD), Zoom, 2021
  • Mobasseri, S. , Kahn, W. Organizations’ responses and narratives of workplace inequity, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, virtual, 2021
  • Mobasseri, S. Asymmetric Peer Effects: How White Co-Workers Shape Non-White Careers, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Management Department Seminar, Zoom, 2021
  • Mobasseri, S. Asymmetric Peer Effects: How White Co-Workers Shape Non-White Careers, McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management, Organizational Behavior Seminar, Zoom, 2021
  • Mobasseri, S. Asymmetric Peer Effects: How White Co-Workers Shape Non-White Careers, Northeastern University, Management and Organizational Development Seminar, Zoom, 2021
  • Mobasseri, S. , Linos, E. Workplaces are not the same for everyone, Google, Virtual, 2021
  • Mobasseri, S. Asymmetric Peer Effects
    Awards and Honors
  • 2019, Junior Faculty Fellow
  • 2018, Runner Up Louis Pondy Best Dissertation Paper Award, Academy of Management OMT Section