Danielle Warren

Dissertations Supervised:

Name: Pratama, Andika
Graduation Date: 2015/October
Thesis Title: Homo Religiosus at Work: An Exploration of How "Religiosity" Relates to Ethics

 

Dissertation Committee:

Miguel Alzola, PhD Candidate in Business Ethics, Rutgers Business School – Newark and New Brunswick, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Katherina Glac PhD Candidate in Legal Studies and Business Ethics, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Yuxuan Nie, PhD Candidate in Criminal Justice, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Grishma Shah, PhD Candidate in Global Affairs, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Presentations & Symposiums

Glac, K., Warren, D., & Chen, C. Misrepresentation in the name of self or group: Effects of ingroup-outgroup distinctions for individualists and collectivists.  Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, August 2005.

Glac, K., Warren, D., & Chen, C. Misrepresentation in the name of self or group: Effects of ingroup-outgroup distinctions for individualists and collectivists.  Group Decisions and Negotiations Conference 2007, Montreal, May 2007.

Warren, D. E. & Alzola, M. Auditors: Designated constructive deviants.  Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 2007.

Warren, D. E. & Vadera, A. K. [Symposium Co-Chairs] Doing good or doing evil? Identity and deviance in organizations.   Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 2007.

Papers

Glac, K., Warren, D., & Chen, C. Misrepresentation in the name of self or group: Effects of ingroup-outgroup distinctions for individualists and collectivists.  Working Paper.

Warren, D. E. & Alzola, M. Auditors: Designated constructive deviants. Under review Group Decisions and Negotiations.

Summer Project 2007

Warren, D. & Alzola, M. Unintentional Deviance in Organizations.