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Aruna Ranganathan is an Associate Professor of organisational behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Her research combines field-experimental and quantitative research designs with ethnography and interviews, to study how people in low-income occupations in developing countries understand and respond to their work, and how organisations affect the workplace and social inequality. She earned a Ph.D. in management from the Work and Organizational Studies Group at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Sloan School of Management.
Posts by Aruna Ranganathan
The developing world is replete with people working in low-income, but creative occupations, such as artisanship. However, little is concretely known about how they set prices for their products. Base...
- Aruna Ranganathan
- 13 August, 2020