جامعة نيويورك, Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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+971 2 628 4944

I am an Adjunct Assistant Professor at NYU Abu Dhabi

I work in the Social Sciences Division. My main research interests lie within the field of economic sociology.



About Me

Research

I study legal actors experimentally, financial technique behavior, corporate social responsibility and polysemy.  I am also interested in gender, as well as performativity.


Contact Information:

Department of Economics

NYU Abu Dhabi

alicja.reuben@nyu.edu

+971 2 628 4944

Office A5-193


PUBLICATIONS


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Process Management in Local Government Shared Services Centres - From An Inventory of Shared Service Processes to SLA Designing Acta Sciences Politicae Oeconomia  17 (3) 2018, 63–73 (with Pawel Modrzynski and Robert Karaszewski) 

Banks Asset and Liability Valuation in the New Regulatory Environment: A Game Theory Perspective. Journal of Banking Regulation 18(2): 1-8, 2017 (with Amira Annabi) 

The people's hired guns? Experimentally testing the motivating force of a legal frame. International Review of Law and Economics, 43: 67-82, 2015 (with Christoph Engel) 

Multinational corporations. International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Edition, James Wright, Editor-in-Chief, 2014 (with Bruce Kogut)

   


WORKING PAPERS


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On post-crisis banks’ fair value measurement disclosure (with Amira Annabi) under review 

Subjects in the Lab, Activists in the Field: Public Goods and Punishment  (with Chetan Dave, Curtis Kephart and Sjur Hamre) 

Let the punishment fit the crime: how prosecutors apply polysemantic laws (with Eric Abrahamson)

Do snitches get stitches?: The role of compensation schemes on the willingness to blow the whistle (with Ernesto Reuben and Caroline Stein) 


Teaching

At New York University Abu Dhabi I normally teach the Strategic Management course for advanced undergraduate students. This course is listed as BUSOR-AD-116. I also teach Management and Organizations, listed as BUSOR-AD-115, as well as Corporate Finance, listed as ECON-UH 3520-001.


At Manhattan College, I taught the Strategic Management course for Undergraduate Seniors, listed as MGMT 406. In this course, we focused on how managers analyze key environmental forces and then formulate, implement and evaluate strategies. We considered various normative strategic planning models and discuss cases featuring small businesses, profit and non-profit firms, and multinational corporations. I also taught the Advanced Strategic Management course, which is listed as MGMT 720 and uses the case method. Moreover, I co-taught the Criminal Justice Ethics course listed as RELS 399. I have also taught independent studies in Entrepreneurship and Advanced Strategic Management. I also have experience working with MBA, and Executive MBA students.  


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New York University Abu Dhabi

Coauthors

Christoph Engel

Chetan Dave

Curtis Kephart

Caroline Stein

Ernesto Reuben

Eric Abrahamson