Senior Associate Dean of MBA Programs; Professor of Management and Organizations
Miguel Unzueta studies diversity, bias and discrimination. His research explores how people understand their position within social and interpersonal hierarchies and the impact this understanding has on their perceptions of self, others and group-based inequality. His latest research explores the manner in which people define diversity and the impact particular diversity definitions have on the representation of racial minorities in organizations.
Accused of Prejudice, Some Claim They’re the Victims
Claiming victimhood of a different sort — say, concerning free speech — seen as more effective in silencing criticism
White Men Admire a Company That Employs White Women
But white men, seeing African American women employed, don’t react so favorably
Diversity: Measuring How and Why Groups See It Differently
Perceived differences between “diverse” and “sufficiently diverse”