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Laura Doering

Laura Doering

    Laura Doering

    Assistant Professor of Strategic Management

    Degrees: PhD in Sociology and Business Administration, University of Chicago
    MA in Sociology, University of Chicago
    MA in International Social Development, University of New South Wales
    BA in Psychological and Brain Sciences, Dartmouth College
    Email: Send an email to Laura Doering
    Phone: 416-978-8627

    Bio

    Laura Doering is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management. As an economic sociologist, her research examines how micro-level decisions, relationships, and circumstances affect economic outcomes in developing countries.  Substantively, she focuses on entrepreneurship and capital access in low-income areas. A former Fulbright Scholar, Professor Doering’s research has received a number of awards, including the Burt Outstanding Paper Award from the Economic Sociology Section of the ASA.  She teaches Entrepreneurship for Social Ventures at Rotman.

    Academic Positions

    2014-present  Assistant Professor of Strategic Management; University of Toronto

    Selected Publications - Papers

    Selected Publications - Books and Chapters

    • Sustainable Enterprise in Panama (Chapter); Doering, Laura; Small, Mauro; The World Guide to Sustainable Enterprise; 2016; Pages: 122-128
    • The Outsider Entrepreneurs (Book Review); Doering, Laura; American Journal of Sociology; Issue: 120(4); 2014; Pages: 1245-47
    • Freedom from Work (Book Review); Doering, Laura (forthcoming); American Journal of Sociology

    Honors and Awards

    2017-2020  Insight Development Grant; SSHRC
    2015-2016  Faculty Grant; Lee-Chin Institute for Corporate Citizenship
    2014  Burt Outstanding Paper Award-Economic Sociology; American Sociological Association
    2013-2014  Dissertation-Year Grant; Mellon Foundation
    2012  Dissertation Grant; Kauffman Foundation
    2011  Fulbright IIE Scholar; Fulbright Foundation

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