Impact of Automation and Globalization on Extreme Political Preferences

Funded Research Proposal

In this proposal, we argue that support of populism can be explained by the interaction between individual economic and social experiences and aggregate economic shocks. We test empirically if personal experiences, information environment, and their interaction with aggregate economic shocks shape people‚Äôs political decisions. Read More

The Effects of Pay Dispersion and Demographic Similarity on Employee Turnover

Working Papers

Scholars have long recognized that individuals compare their rewards to those received by similar others and that satisfaction is determined, in part, by perceptions of (un)fairness that arise from these comparisons. Extensive research has also found that individuals frequently select others as pay referents who share the same race and the same gender, suggesting that demographic similarity strongly affects equity perceptions. Read More