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Laura Huang

Assistant Professor of Management

Research Interests: entrepreneurship, investor decision making, micro-level foundations of entrepreneurship, perceptions and cues in funding decisions

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  • Laura Huang, J. Pearce (2015), Managing the Unknowable: The Effectiveness of Early-stage Investor Gut Feel in Entrepreneurial Investment Decisions, Administrative Science Quarterly
  • A.W. Brooks, Laura Huang, S.W. Kearney, F. Murray (2014), Investors Prefer Entrepreneurial Ventures Pitched by Attractive Men, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • Laura Huang, M. Frideger, J. Pearce (2014), How Non-native Speakers Can Crack the Glass Ceiling, Harvard Business Review
  • G. Autry, Laura Huang (2014), An Analysis of the Competitive Advantage of the United States of America in Commercial Human Orbital Spaceflight Markets, New Space
  • C. Gibson, Laura Huang, B. Kirkman, D. Shapiro (2014), Where Global and Virtual Meet: The Value of Examining the Intersection of These Elements in Twenty-First-Century Teams, Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior
  • Laura Huang, M. Frideger, J. Pearce (2013), Political Skill: Explaining the Effects of Nonnative Accent on Managerial Hiring and Entrepreneurial Investment Decisions, Journal of Applied Psychology
  • Katherine L. Milkman, Laura Huang, Maurice Schweitzer (Under Revision), Teetering between Cooperation and Competition: How Subtle Cues Unexpectedly Derail Coopetitive Workplace Relationships.    Abstract
  • J. Pearce, Laura Huang (2012), The Decreasing Value of Our Research to Management Education, Academy of Management Learning & Education
  • J. Pearce, Laura Huang (2012), Toward an Understanding of What Actionable Research Is, Academy of Management Learning & Education
  • Laura Huang, Anoop Menon (Work In Progress), Exploring the Radical Shift in Mental Models in the Aerospace Industry.
  • J. Klein, Laura Huang (2007), After All Is Lost: Meeting the Material Needs of Adolescent Disaster Survivors, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing