Thank you for your interest in our Fall 2022 seminar series, Intersectional Perspectives on Gender & Negotiation. This seminar is organized by HKS’ Women and Public Policy Program (WAPPP) and co-sponsored by the Program on Negotiation (PON) at Harvard Law School. The series will be held virtually, and attendance is open to all.
Sept. 19 — Hannah Riley Bowles, Harvard Kennedy School — "When Gender Matters in Negotiation"
Sept. 26 — Sreedhari Desai, UNC Kenan-Flagler — “Intersecting Gender and Sexual Orientation”
Oct. 3 — Jens Mazei, TU Dortmund University — “Are Tough Negotiators “Real” Men? Novel theory and empirical research on masculinity processes in negotiations”
Oct.17 — Joseph Vandello, University of South Florida — "The Masculine Dilemma of Seeking Work Flexibility”
Oct. 24 — Melissa Reinberg, Negotiation Works and Dan Ames, Columbia Business School — “Bringing Negotiation Skills Trainings to Underserved Communities: Challenges and Successes”
Oct. 31 — Ashley Whillans, Harvard Business School — “When and Why People Ask for Time and Intangible Support”
Nov. 7 — Vivien Shan Wen, Singapore University of Social Sciences — “Different Game, Same Handicap: How Culture Shapes Gender Differences in Negotiation”
Nov. 14 — Jackson Lu, MIT Sloan School of Management — “Who Receive Tenure and Become Deans in US Business Schools? Bamboo Ceiling, Glass Ceiling, and Intersectional Effects”
Nov. 21– Laurie Weingart, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University (moderated by HKS Lecturer Robert Livingston) — “The No Club: Putting a Stop to Women’s Dead-End Work”
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