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Promoting food for the trash bin? A review of the literature on retail price promotions and household-level food waste
G Tsalis, BB Jensen, SW Wakeman, J Aschemann-Witzel
Sustainability 13 (7), 4018, 2021
292021
A counterfeit competence: After threat, cheating boosts one's self-image
SW Wakeman, C Moore, F Gino
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 82, 253-265, 2019
162019
Seeing the issue differently (or not at all): how bounded ethicality complicates coordination towards sustainability goals
SW Wakeman, G Tsalis, BB Jensen, J Aschemann-Witzel
Journal of Business Ethics 178 (2), 325-338, 2022
142022
Dangerous expectations: Breaking rules to resolve cognitive dissonance
C Moore, SW Wakeman, F Gino
Harvard Business School NOM Unit Working Paper, 2014
132014
The type of narcissist that can make a good leader
R Peterson, SW Wakeman
Harvard Business Review 3, 2017
62017
Rewarding Deviants: Unethical Behavior as a Signal of One's Communal Value
SW Wakeman, C Moore
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 12209, 2018
42018
The Promise (and Peril) in Approaching Gender Parity: Preregistered Survey Experiments Addressing Gender Inequality in Negotiation
E Fröberg, J Säve-Söderbergh, R Wahlund, SW Wakeman
Labour Economics, 2023
22023
Changes in Gender Equality on the Labor Market: How Do Business Students Update Their Beliefs of Future Earnings in Response?
E Fröberg, J Säve-Söderbergh, R Wahlund, SW Wakeman
Changes in Gender Equality on the Labor Market: How Do Business Students …, 2023
12023
Consequences of self-interest and group-interest in organizations: exploring ethical implications
J Kim, E Luckman, B Lytle, L Morse, A Soderberg, A Tenbrunsel, ...
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 15689, 2019
12019
A sheep in wolf's clothing: How communal narcissists reduce status conflict in teams.
SW Wakeman, RS Peterson
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 13626, 2017
12017
SES and Impact
SW Wakeman, A Cakanlar, M Fors
OSF, 2024
2024
Income Inequality and Counterfeit-fake vs. non-brand
J Liu, SW Wakeman, MI Norton
OSF, 2023
2023
Repair and Social Progress-Correlations
SW Wakeman, A Cakanlar, J Liu
OSF, 2023
2023
Feeling Good About Doing Bad: The Unforeseen Positive Emotions and Reactions Underlying Wrongdoing
KC Yam, M Chan, W Wakeman, N Xu, S Ayar, NH Bittár, E Danaj, T Eyal, ...
Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, 2023
2023
When Bad is Good (and Good is Bad): Examining the Ironic Antecedents and Consequences of Bad Behavior
EE Umphress, M Chan, N Xu, W Wakeman, L Belkin, E Crawford, ...
Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, 2023
2023
The Promise (and Peril) in Approaching Gender Parity: Preregistered Survey Experiments Aimed to Impact Gender Inequality in Negotiations
E Fröberg, J Säve-Söderbergh, R Wahlund, W Wakeman
SSRN, 2022
2022
Exploiting Bad Behaviors: Stigma and the Space for Innovation
SW Wakeman, MK Burke, G Chimenti
Academy of Management Proceedings 2022 (1), 10957, 2022
2022
The Promise (and Peril) of Approaching the Tipping Point: A Preregistered Study of Salary Requests
E Fröberg, J Säve-Söderbergh, R Wahlund, SW Wakeman
Academy of Management Proceedings 2022 (1), 17758, 2022
2022
PRE-ANALYSIS PLAN FOR A SURVEY INFORMATION INTERVENTION IN THE IMAGE BAROMETERN 2021
J Säve-Söderbergh, E Fröberg, SW Wakeman, R Wahlund
OSF, 2021
2021
Dealing with" survivor syndrome": After a downsizing, those who got to keep their jobs are often far less happy than you might guess.
A Werr, W Wakeman
Sweden through the crisis, 481-488, 2020
2020
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