M. Asher Lawson
Assistant Professor of Decision Sciences, INSEAD
Piet Mondrian - Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow (1930) ~ Public Domain
I am an Assistant Professor of Decision Sciences at INSEAD.
I completed my doctoral studies at Duke University in the Fuqua School of Business after receiving a BA in Economics and Management from the University of Oxford.
My research focuses on cognitive and gender biases in organisations and society. Using computational and experimental methods, I look at the structural and cognitive antecedents of biases and their relationship with real-world outcomes.
This research addresses questions such as:
Why do decision biases arise? Are there domain-general strategies to mitigate them?
How does hiring women change stereotypes? How do these stereotypes shape women's experiences in the workplace?
This website contains details of my academic research activities. For my musings on decision-making, statistics, and occasionally sports, see my Twitter.