Management and Industrial Relations Department

University of Hawai‘i study finds lack of sleep contributes to prejudice and stereotyping

Does sleepiness make one more likely to be prejudiced or to engage in stereotyping?

Assistant Professor of Management Amol M. Joshi and A. Nerkar Publish Paper

Assistant Professor of Management Amol M. Joshi and A. Nerkar published a paper entitled, “When do strategic alliances inhibit innovation by firms? Evidence from patent pools in the global optical disc industry,” in the Strategic Management Journal in February.

New Book by Hawai‘i Business Professor Can Help People Find Satisfaction in the Workplace

With high unemployment and rising workplace dissatisfaction, Kailua resident Richard Brislin shares his expertise in psychology and management in a revealing book to help people find satisfaction in the workplace and thrive in an imperfect work environment. Brislin is a professor at the Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa in Honolulu, Hawai‘i.

UH Shidler College of Business Professor Finds Muslim Women Who Wear Headscarf Face Workplace Discrimination in the U.S.

Professor Sonia Ghumman from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Shidler College of Business has completed an intensive marketing research on the effects of Muslim women who wear Hijabs (headscarf) in the U.S.

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