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András Tilcsik

Andras Tilcsik

    András Tilcsik

    Assistant Professor of Strategic Management

    Degrees: Ph.D., Harvard University
    A.M., Harvard University
    A.B., Harvard College

    Bio

    András Tilcsik is an assistant professor of strategic management at the Rotman School of Management and a faculty fellow at the Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship. He studies the organizational aspects of work, employment, and occupations.  His research has been recognized with the several awards from the American Sociological Association, including the W. Richard Scott Award for Distinguished Scholarship, the Mark Granovetter Prize for Best Article in Economic Sociology, and the James D. Thompson Award. András teaches a PhD seminar on economic sociology and a popular MBA course on catastrophic failure in organizations.

    Academic Positions

    2012-  Assistant Professor of Strategic Management; Rotman School of Management
    2015-  Fellow; Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship

    Selected Publications - Papers

    Selected Publications - Books and Chapters

    Academic / Professional Service

    2015-  Editorial Board member; Administrative Science Quarterly
    2014-  Editorial Board member; Academy of Management Journal

    Honors and Awards

    2016  40 Under 40 Most Outstanding Business School Professors; Poets & Quants
    2016  Best Existing Course on Disaster Risk Management in a Business School; The United Nations - UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
    2015  Bracken Bower Prize; Financial Times / McKinsey and Company
    2015  W. Richard Scott Award for Distinguished Scholarship; American Sociological Association (Organizations, Occupations & Work Section)
    2015  Granovetter Prize for Best Article; American Sociological Association (Economic Sociology Section)
    2015  Rotman School of Management Teaching Award
    2015  Rotman Graduate Business Council Faculty Teaching Award
    2014  Excellence in Teaching Award; Rotman School of Management
    2011  James D. Thompson Award; American Sociological Association (Organizations, Occupations & Work Section)
    2009  Derek C. Bok Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching; Harvard University
    2008  Aage B. Sorensen Memorial Award; Harvard University

    Research and Teaching Interests

    Research interests: organizations, occupations, and work. Teaching interests: organization theory, economic sociology, catastrophic failure in organizations.  

    Other Info

    For practitioner-oriented writings on catastrophic failure in organizations, visit www.rethinkrisk.net  

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