- Assistant Professor of Organization & Management
- Phone: 404-727-0526
- Fax: 404-727-6313
Mailing Address:1300 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30322
Emily Bianchi joined the Goizueta Business School in 2011. She holds a PhD in Management from Columbia University and a BA in Psychology from Harvard University. Bianchi's research investigates people make sense of their work environments and the individuals within them. In one line of research she examines how early workforce experiences can have lasting implications for how people think about, approach, and respond to their work. In another line of research she examines how people perceive others within their organizations, and in particular how they determine whether their colleagues are fair, intrinsically motivated, generally likable, or capable leaders. Her work has been covered by The Financial Times, BusinessWeek, Harvard Business Review, Yahoo!, Georgia Public Broadcasting, and others. Prior to graduate school, Bianchi was a Senior Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton.
- Bianchi, E.C. (2013). The bright side of bad times: The affective advantages of entering the workforce in a recession, Administrative Science Quarterly, 58(4), 587-623.
- Bianchi, E.C. & Brockner, J. (2012). In the eyes of the beholder?: The role of dispositional trust in judgments of procedural and interactional fairness.Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 118, 46-59.
- Brockner, J. & Bianchi, E.C. (2012). Able and willing: The importance of motive and competence attributions on trust repair. R.M. Kramer & T.L Pittinsky (Eds.), Restoring Trust in Organizations: Challenges and Insights (pp. 257-275). Oxford University Press: New York.
- Ames, D.R., Bianchi, E.C., & Magee, J.C. (2010). Professed impressions: What people say about others affects onlookers' perceptions of speakers' power and warmth. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 152-158.
- Ames, D.R. & Bianchi, E.C. (2008). The agreeableness asymmetry in first impressions: Perceivers' impulse to (mis)judge agreeableness and how it is moderated by power. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 34, 1719-1736.
Areas of Specialization
- Job attitudes
- Person perception
- Organizational justice
- Interpersonal trust
- Generational imprinting
Achievements and Honors
- Graduated with distinction, award given to less than 15% of Columbia PhD graduates
- Donald C. Hambrick Award for excellence in the Ph.D. Program, 2010
- Asenath Marie & Duncan Merriweather Award for performance in the PhD program, 2007
- Dean's List, Columbia University, 2007
- Thomas Hoopes Prize for outstanding senior thesis, 2001
- John Harvard Scholarship, 2000-2001
Memberships and Activities
- Academy of Management
- Society for Personality and Social Psychology
- American Psychological Association
- Ph.D. in Management, Columbia University, New York, NY 2012
- Master's Philosophy in Management, Columbia Business School, Columbia University, New York, NY 2009
- Bachelor's in Psychology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 2001