MIT Sloan

Executive Education Faculty

Roberto Fernandez

William F. Pounds Professor in Management
Professor of Organization Studies

Roberto M. Fernandez is an organizational sociologist who currently serves as the head of MIT Sloan’s Behavioral and Policy Sciences area, and as co-director of its Ph.D. program in Economic Sociology. His executive teaching duties include the management of innovation, change, and human resources; negotiations; networks; and power and politics in organizations... Read More»


Organization Studies

Research Center(s):
MIT Workplace Center (Closed June 2008); MIT Center for Digital Business

General Expertise:
Labor market policy; Gender issues
workplace; Hiring; Human resource management; Managing diversity; Recruitment; Change management; Changing work environments; Managing change; Personal networking; Organizational business; Organizational studies; Organizational change; Organizational culture; Social networks; Sociology; occupational

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Contact Information:

Office: E62-387

Tel: 617-253-7256

Fax: 617-253-2660


Support Staff:

Name: Keira Horowitz

Tel: 617-253-3681


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Gender Sorting and the Glass Ceiling in High Tech

Date Added: March 25, 2013

Working Paper by Roberto Fernandez

The Causal Status of Social Capital in Labor Markets

Date Added: November 14, 2012

Working Paper

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