Associate Vice Chancellor, BruinX, UCLA Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Neil Jacoby Chair in Management; Professor of Management and Organizations
Margaret Shih’s research focuses on the effects of diversity in organizations. In particular, she studies social identity and the psychological effects of stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination and stigma in organizations.
Inviting White Workers to Join Diversity Initiatives May Increase Buy-In
Absent such a call, white workers may doubt they have a role
Confront on One Prejudice — and Reduce Overall Bigotry
Whites reprimanded for using a Black stereotype express fewer biases about Latinx people and women
Positive Workplace Experiences White Employees Take for Granted Are Often Lacking for Other Groups
Workplace equality requires more than an end to discrimination
Viewing Multiracial People as Resilient, Rather than Burdened
Revisiting decades of research, scholars find a theory of psychological strength emerges
#MeToo: Company Responses to Harassment Claims Can Mitigate Reputation Damage
New research looks beyond attitudes toward specific executives accused of harassment to focus on people’s perceptions of corporatewide gender culture.
Perceived Gender Equity: How 2016’s Election Widened a Gap
How vote outcomes affect feelings about society