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Marieke Huysentruyt

Assistant Professor
Strategy and Business Policy

Marieke Huysentruyt’s research and teaching concern the effectiveness of organizations at addressing today’s major societal challenges, like inequality and global warming. She has studied, among other topics: the effects of personal values, organizational culture and management practices on firm productivity (drawing on both experimental evidence and large-scale, cross-country panel data on social enterprises), the role of individual intrinsic and extrinsic motives in influencing the performance of nascent social entrepreneurs (using a field experiment), how empathy affects the success of corporate social initiatives (using field experiments). 

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