Michel Anteby's research while affiliated with Harvard University and other places

Publications (11)

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Business schools offer a unique window into the making of corporate morals since they bring together future executives at formative moments in their professional lives. And business school faculty members play a crucial role in shaping these morals. This article relies on an analysis of faculty members’ teaching tasks at the Harvard Business School...
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One month after the launch of the Freelancers Insurance Company, Sara Horowitz, Founder and CEO, holds a staff meeting to discuss the outcome. The discussion focuses in particular on members' reaction. With the staff at odds with one another, Horowitz considers what next steps to take. Learning Objective: To examine alternative approaches to managi...
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Sara Horowitz faces a major strategic decision. Founder and CEO of the Freelancers Union, Horowitz has worked tirelessly to operationalize her new mutualist ideals, which comprise collective strength, independence, and shared protections. In 2008, she plans to move the organization into the health insurance industry in an effort to support a multi-...
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Stephen Engelberg, ProPublica's managing editor, entered the organization's newsroom located in lower Manhattan on September 16, 2008. He knew a historical financial debacle was happening at his doorstep yet that none of his journalists were covering that beat. It would take much effort to get up to speed on the story. Uncovering what caused the re...
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Mina O'Reilly, an officer at Logan Airport's Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in Boston, must discipline an employee responsible for a security breach that resulted in a 45-minute terminal closure during peak hours, a potential threat to traveler safety, and travel delays across the U.S. O'Reilly considers the impact of her decision on...
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Michael Fernandes, the Director of Custom Manufacturing Operations at the pharmaceutical company Nicholas Piramal India Limited (NPIL), schedules a meeting with three of his reports, whose interpersonal conflicts with one another are causing his business development function to falter. He struggles to know how to handle these conflicts and bring th...

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... Во-вторых, типология фокусируется не только на самой деятельности, но и на её результатах (типах продуктов и услуг). М. Антеби в своей рецензии на эту же книгу отметила полезность типологии, связанную с вниманием к тому, что именно является незаконным (продукт, потребление, торговля) [Anteby 2018]. Важно, что на эмпирическом уровне та или иная сделка может интерпретироваться как нелегальная с позиций нескольких типов одновременно. ...
... In designing my study, I considered the following types of qualitative designs: (a) mini ethnography, (b) focus group, and (c) phenomenological. An ethnography study required the researcher to study the behavior of persons, describe the behavior, and record that behavior (Anteby & Bechky, 2016). An ethnography research design required extensive data gathering of one group and would be time consuming (Anteby & Bechky, 2016). ...
... Ghoshal (2005) and Swanson and Fisher (2008) lament that business schools discourage students from taking moral responsibility, and Giacalone (2007) entreats business school faculty to accept our role in contributing to the future behavior of our students. When professors refrain from making distinctions among moral viewpoints or prescribing morally appropriate conduct, students may learn to view all behavior as morally justifiable (Anteby 2016). Meanwhile, managers express their dissatisfaction with the negligible impact of business education on the ethics of graduates (Sigurjonsson et al. 2014). ...