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Former Faculty Affiliate

Adina Sterling

Former Faculty Affiliate
King Center on Global Development

Professor Adina D. Sterling was an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Graduate School of Business (GSB). She graduated with honors from Ohio State University with a BS in chemical engineering in 2002 and graduated with her PhD from Emory in organization and management in 2011. She is an economic sociologist and organizational theorist who specializes in studying the way firms and labor and product markets interact and the implications of these interactions on organizational behaviors and career outcomes. Ultimately, her work helps to identify the underlying causes of workplace, career, and labor market inequality, as well as how workplace and labor market practices can be effective in remediating inequality. Her work has appeared in journals such as Administrative Science QuarterlyManagement ScienceOrganization ScienceResearch in Organizational BehaviorIndustrial Labor Relations Review, and the Annals of the Academy of Management. Prior to academia, Professor Sterling worked at Procter and Gamble as a senior engineer.

Work, Entrepreneurship, and Finance
Gender and Equity