PhD Candidate in Organizations & Management
Goizueta Business School, Emory University
PUBLICATIONS AND INVITED REVISIONS
Lopiano, G. & Williams, M.J. (Under 3rd review at Academy of Management Review). Organizational assets arising from learning to cope with stigma (title disguised).
Williams, M.J., Lopiano G., & Heller, D. (Invited revision at Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes). Structural power, responsibility, and engagement in unpleasant work tasks (title disguised).
Negro, G., Williams, M.J., Pontikes, E., & Lopiano, G. (Under 3rd review at Management Science, minor revisions requested). Destigmatization in the labor market (title disguised).
Holmes, O., Lopiano, G., & Hall, E.V. (2019). A review of compensatory strategies to mitigate bias. Personnel Assessment and Decisions, 5(2), 23-34. (Special issue on Reducing Discrimination in the Workplace, guest edited by Mikki Hebl).
Lopiano, G. & Watson, M.A. (2015). Facebook Folly at Northeast BMW. Case Research Journal, 35(2) 95-99.
Fictionalized version, “Should We Fire Him for That Post?” published in Harvard Business Review, March 2016, p. 103-107.
SELECTED RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
Hall, E.V., Lopiano, G., Washington, E.F., Hall, A.V., & Avery, D. Stigma by association in racially diverse work teams. Working paper.
Lopiano, G. & Williams, M.J. Experienced stigma, socioemotional skills, and work outcomes. Data collection in progress.
Lopiano, G. & Williams, M.J. Stigmatized individuals’ prosocial and self-protective motivations for organizational citizenship behavior. Data collection in progress.
Lopiano, G. & Williams, M.J. Daily fluctuations in identity- and non-identity-related work stressors among LGBTQ employees. Design stage.