2009-10 IRLE Faculty Research Grants

Awardees

P.I. Name/Dept. Project Title
Anderson, Cameron (Haas School of Business) Status Processes in Small Groups
Anderson, Cameron (Haas School of Business)

How Power is Lost: Illusions of Alliance Among the Powerful

Bloom, Joan (Public Health)

Maximum Feasible Participation: The Impact of Community Clinic Governing Boards on Provider and Patient Satisfaction

Brown, Clair (Economics) National Organization Survey on Employment by Business Function in Global Value Chains
Chatman, Jennifer (Haas School of Business)

Norm Durability in Work Groups with Changing Membership

Collier, Ruth (Political Science) Financial Crises and The Working Classes in Latin America
Ding, Waverly (Haas School of Business)

A New Arena for Gender Differences in Scientific Careers?

Fligstein, Neil (Sociology)

Securitization and the Mortgage

Haveman, Heather (Sociology)

Who are the Entrepreneurs: The elite or everyone?

Karabel, Jerome (Sociology) American Exceptionalism, Social Well-Being and the Quality of Life in the United States
Kray, Laura (Haas School of Business)

Stereotype Threat in Organizations

Levine, David (Haas School of Business) The Impact of Cal-OHSA Consultations
Lincoln, James (Haas School of Business)

A network perspective on geographic competition: Market entry decisions of Japanese subsidiaries in global markets

Nemeth, Charlan (Psychology)

Minorities, Entrepreneurs and Creative Thought

Petersen, Trond (Sociology) Family and Careers
Pozner, Jo-Ellen (Haas School of Business) Organizational Risk Taking and Risk Enumeration
Staw, Barry (Haas School of Business)

The Psychology of Rivalry

Voss, Kim (Sociology) 1) The Dynamic of Mobilization: The Immigration Protests of 2006 and the Immigrant Worker Freedom Rides of 2003; 2) Democratic Dilemma: Union Democracy and Union Renewal; 3) workshop on Work and Labor Transformation
Walker, Richard (Geography) 1)California Living New Deal; 2) New/Green Deal Conference
Walker, Richard (Geography) California Studies Dinner-Seminars
Wilensky, Harold (Political Science)

Globalization: Does it Subvert Labor Standards, Job security, and the welfare state: Book