University of California, Riverside

Undergraduate Business Program



Faculty Bio


Michael Haselhuhn

Assistant Professor of Management, A. Gary Anderson Distinguished Faculty Scholar

Curriculum Vitae , updated 11/2014

 

Michael Haselhuhn’s research focuses on the social-cognitive underpinnings of organizational behavior. He is particularly interested in how people’s beliefs and emotions influence trust, negotiation and cooperation. In other research, he has investigated the remarkable links between facial metrics and important organizational outcomes, including ethical behavior, success at the bargaining table, and firm financial performance. He has published in Management Science, Psychological Science, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, and Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, among other top journals.

Professor Haselhuhn earned his Ph.D. in business administration from the University of California, Berkeley, and was a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a post-doctoral fellow at the Wharton School before joining SoBA.

 



(951) 827‑3608
Anderson Hall 0234

Course Schedule

Spring 2017:

BUS 144 001  NEGOTIATION FUNDAMENTALS
OLMSTED HALL 1212,  TR 3:40–5:00 PM

MGT 220 001  NEGOTIATIONS FOR MANAGERS
ANDERSON HALL 105,  TR 8:40–10:00 PM

MGT 290 H02  DIRECTED STUDIES

MGT 297 H02  DIRECTED RESEARCH

MGT 298I 02A  FIELDWORK IN MANAGEMENT

MGT 298I H02  FIELDWORK IN MANAGEMENT


Fall 2017:

MGT 298I H02  FIELDWORK IN MANAGEMENT

MGT 299 H02  RESRCH FOR THESIS, DISSERTATN


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