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MIT Sloan School of Management’s Work and Organizations research associate

Prof. Nathan Wilmers is seeking a full-time Predoctoral Technical Associate to coordinate
and conduct sociological research on rising wage inequality. This position will be housed in the
MIT Sloan School of Management’s Work and Organizations group. The research associate will
support a research agenda investigating the effects of organizational change, work restructuring,
and market power on economic inequality. The position is for one year, beginning July 15, 2018,
with the possibility of a second year extension.... Read more about MIT Sloan School of Management’s Work and Organizations research associate

Aggression & Decision-Making

Faculty Member: Professor Joshua Buckholtz

We are interested in how and why people make poor cost-benefit decisions in order to harm others. For example, why might someone choose to hurt another person in a dispute when the consequences for this action loom large? This project will investigate how and why people make decisions to aggress using a series of behavioral tasks looking at traits such as aggression, decision-making, impulsivity, and cognitive flexibility.... Read more about Aggression & Decision-Making