Jon M. Jachimowicz
PhD Candidate, Management Division, Columbia Business School
From July 2019: Assistant Professor, Organizational Behavior Unit, Harvard Business School
jonmjachimowicz [at] gmail [dot] com

I am co-organizing a workshop on the measurement of economic inequality in Montreal on November 14th and 15th. Application deadline is June 16th. For more information on how to apply, please see here and here.

Research Interests

My research focusses on two topics. First, I study employee’s passion for their work (e.g., what the consequences of passion are, how passion is perceived and expressed, how people can attain and maintain their levels of passion). Second I investigate economic inequality (e.g., how economic inequality manifests in communities and organizations, and the psychological implications of varying levels and types of economic inequality). Overall, my research seeks to identify the psychological, behavioral, and structural levers and barriers that facilitate or inhibit people’s ability to succeed. In exploring these topics, I take an interdisciplinary approach, leveraging theory from management, social/cognitive psychology, sociology, and behavioral economics, and conduct studies in collaboration with organizations.

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