Hi, I’m Joyce!
I am an Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations at the Anderson School of Management at UCLA.
I received my Ph.D. in the Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management department at Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
My program of research addresses two key questions: How do gender inequalities in organizations and the labor market persist and perpetuate? How can we shift the status quo and disrupt these biases?
Specifically, I adopt a social perception lens to understand how stereotypes and biases contribute to and reify inequality, and how we can harness behavioral insights to correct these biases.
He, J. C., Kang, S. K. & Lacetera, N. Opt-out choice framing attenuates gender differences in the decision to compete in the lab and in the field. Forthcoming at Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
– Vox EU
– Gender Action Portal
He, J. C. & Kang, S. K. Covering in cover letters: Gender and self-presentation in job applications. Forthcoming at Academy of Management Journal.
He, J. C., Kang, S. K.,Tse, K., & Toh, S. M. (2019). Stereotypes at work: occupational stereotypes predict race and gender segregation in the workforce. Journal of Vocational Behavior.
He, J. C., Côté, S. (2019). Is self-insight into emotional and cognitive abilities related to adjustment? Nature Human Behaviour. *Registered Report
– Media coverage: Scientific American, Psychology Today, The Varsity
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He, J. C., Kang, S. K. Identities between the lines: Re-aligning multiple identities by tweaking job advertisement language.