András Tilcsik holds the Canada Research Chair in Strategy, Organizations, and Society and is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management at the Rotman School of Management. He is an Associate Editor at Administrative Science Quarterly and a faculty research fellow at the Institute for Gender and the Economy.
His research focuses on organizations, occupations, and work, and he is particularly interested in the causes and consequences of inequality in labor markets and the workplace. This line of his research has appeared in the American Journal of Sociology, the American Sociological Review, and the Administrative Science Quarterly and has been recognized with the W. Richard Scott Award for Distinguished Scholarship, the Granovetter Award for Best Article in Economic Sociology, and the ASQ Award for Scholarly Contribution.
At Rotman, András teaches a strategic management elective on organizational failure. His book Meltdown (New York: Penguin Press, 2018), coauthored with Chris Clearfield, is based on this course and explores the enduring insights of organizational sociologist Charles Perrow. Meltdown received the George R. Terry Book Award of the Academy of Management, the National Business Book Award, and the Bracken Bower Prize, and was named one of the books of the year by the Financial Times.