Pamela R. Haunschild holds the Jack R. Crosby Regents Chair in Business Emeritus at the McCombs School of Business and is also one of IC2’s Cynthia Hendrick Kozmetsky Fellows. Professor Haunschild earned her Ph.D. in organizational behavior and theory in 1992 from the Graduate School of Industrial Administration at Carnegie Mellon University. Before coming to The University of Texas at Austin, she was employed at Stanford University.
Her research involves studying organizational (and inter-organizational) learning processes, especially how and under what circumstances organizations learn from their “errors” or “mistakes.” Professor Haunschild also is interested in issues related to networks and corporate governance as well as how governance decisions are affected by network information and influence.
Her awards include a Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Corporate Governance, Best Paper Award from the Academy of Management, Louis R. Pondy Award for Best Paper Based on a Dissertation and the McCombs Research Excellence Award.
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