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Indiana University Bloomington

Management

Doctoral Students

PhD students come from a variety of backgrounds and cultures to enroll in the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship doctoral program at Kelley. For CV's of the students seeking faculty positions, please click on their names below.

Doctoral Student Contact Research Interests
Alisa Boguslavskaya Alisa Boguslavskaya
Doctoral Student


Business School
Entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial cognition, social contagion and influence, rhetoric, logics
Kyle Bradley Kyle Bradley
Doctoral Student


Business School
Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management, Performance Management, Work-Life Interface, Research Methods
Daniel Clark Daniel Clark
Doctoral Student


1319 E Tenth
Entrepreneurship, Management, Attitudes
Jyoti Gupta Jyoti P. Gupta
Doctoral Student


Business School
Jenny House Jenny Marie House
Doctoral Student

(812) 855-9521
Business School
Entrepreneurship, Technology Strategy, External Corporate Venturing
Harry Joo Harry Joo
Doctoral Student


Business School
Star performers, research methods, science-practice divide
Alex Kier Alex Kier
Doctoral Student

(610) 248-7825
Business School
Entrepreneurship and Management
Sola Lawal Sola Lawal
Doctoral Student

(812) 855-9224
Business School
Corporate Venturing, eLancing, Entrepreneurship methodology
Chang Liu
Doctoral Student


Business School
Owen Parker Owen Parker
Doctoral Student

(812) 855-3476
Business School
Corporate Entrepreneurship, Innovation Scope & Timing, Reputational Slack
Benjamin Warnick Benjamin Warnick
Doctoral Student


Business School
Social Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship
Peng Zhao Peng Zhao
Doctoral Student


Business School
Current research interests: (1) validities of cognitive ability tests in personnel selection and college admission, selection bias, and related research methods; (2) multilevel phenomenon in the organizations and the levels of measurement issues (e.g., how individual-level and aggregate- level constructs exhibit differential relationships with individual outcomes) ; and (3) methodological issues including effect of range restriction on predictive validities, validity generalization and meta-analysis, measurement of multi-level variables, and psychometric characteristics of measurements.