Associate Professor of Management
BBA University of Notre Dame Accounting 1995 MS Loyola University Human Resources 2000 PhD Northwestern University Management & Organizations 2005
Areas of Expertise
Negotiation, decision making, and bounded ethicality
Chugh, D., & Kern, M. (2016). A dynamic and cyclical model of bounded ethicality. Research in Organizational Behavior, 36, 85-100.
Chugh, D., & Kern, M. (2016). Ethical learning: Releasing the moral unicorn. In Palmer, D. A., Greenwood, R., & Smith-Crowe, K. (Ed.), Organizational wrongdoing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Chugh, D., Kern, M., Zhu, Z., Lee, S. (2014). Withstanding moral disengagement: Attachment security as an ethical intervention. Journal of Experimental and Social Psychology, 51, 88-93.
Kern, M., Lee, S., Aytug, Z., Brett, J. (2012). Bridging social distance in inter-cultural negotiations: "You" and the bi-cultural negotiator. International Journal of Conflict Management, 23(1).
Lee, A., Lee, S., Kern, M. (2011). Viewing time through the lens of the self: The fit effect of self-construal and temporal distance on task perception. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(2), 191-200.
Swaab, R., Kern, M., Diermeier, D., Medvec, V. (2009). Who says what to whom? The impact of communication on social exclusion. Social Cognition, 27(3), 385-401.
Kern, Mary C., & Chugh, Dolly. (2009). Bounded ethicality: The perils of loss framing. Psychological Science, 20(3), 378-384.
Loyd, Denise L., White, Judith, and Kern, Mary C. (2008). Duo status: Disentangling the complex interactions within a minority of two. In Mannix, E. and Neale, M. (Eds.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams (11th edition), pps. 75-92.
Brett, Jeanne M., Behfar, Kristin, and Kern, Mary C. (November 2006). Managing Multicultural Teams, Harvard Business Review.
Kern, Mary C., Brett, Jeanne, and Weingart, Laurie. (2005). Getting the floor: Motive-consistent strategy and individual outcomes in multi-party negotiations. Group Decision and Negotiation, 14(1), 21-41.
Editorial Board, International Journal of Conflict Management
Coordinator, Ph.D. program in Management, Baruch College (2010-2014)
Representative at Large, Conflict Management Division, Academy of Management (2014-2016)
Member, International Association of Conflict Management
Awards, Honors, etc.
Bernard Baruch Presidential Teaching Award, Baruch College, 2016.
Lawrence Zicklin Teaching Award, Baruch College, 2016.
Recipient of the 2014 Abraham J. Briloff Prize in Ethics, Baruch College
2014 Abraham J. Briloff Prizes in Ethics for “Becoming as ethical as we think we are: The ethical learner at work.”
2013 Award for Excellence, Emerald Literati Network. “Bridging social distance in inter-cultural negotiations: “you” and the bi-cultural negotiator” published in International Journal of Conflict Management was chosen as an Outstanding Paper Award Winner at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence.
2012 Faculty Service Award, Baruch College Alumni Association.
Academy of Management, Organizational Behavior Division, 2009 Making Connections Award for symposium submission “New directions in ethics research: Disentangling the dynamic processes in ethical decision-making”
PSC-CUNY Research Award, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009.
Dispute Resolution Research Center Research Grants, Northwestern University, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007.
Finalist, Best Paper Award 2005, Academy of Management Learning and Education.
Kellogg School of Management Teaching Award, 2003.
Beta Gamma Sigma National Honors Society, Loyola University-Chicago, 2000.