Anne-Laure Winkler is an Assistant Professor within the Narendra Loomba Department of Management, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY. Her research lies at the intersection of business ethics, corporate social responsibility, strategic human resource management, and broad-based employee ownership. The guiding thread throughout her work is the evaluation of alternative organizational forms and conditions, which support the co-creation of economic and social value for the firm’s stakeholder, in particular the employee. One stream of her research evaluates whether companies, such as B Corporations, that give employees more stock ownership and more say in running the company manage their external stakeholders more responsibly. Before gaining her PhD at Rutgers University, Anne-Laure worked eight years in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry, in strategic management consulting at ZS Associates in France, and product management at Genzyme in the US and Japan.
Jiang, K., Lepak, D. P., Han, K., Hong, Y., Kim, A., & Winkler, A.-L. 2012. Clarifying the construct of human resource systems: Relating human resource management to employee performance. Human Resource Management Review.
Finegold, D., Ali, M., & Winkler, A-L. 2011. Governing Value Creation: New Models for the Global Economy. In C. Crouch, & C., MacLean (Eds.), The Responsible Corporation in a Global Economy: 251-284. New York: Oxford University Press.
Finegold, D., Klossek, A., Nippa, M. & Winkler, A.-L.* 2010. Explaining Firm Approaches to Corporate Social Responsibility: Institutional Environment and Firm Size. European Journal of International Management, 4: 213-233. (*authors contributed equally)
Winkler, A-L. & Finegold, D. 2008. Giving patients a say: how to work with patient advocacy groups. Nature Biotechnology, 26: 23-26
American Coalition of Stock Plan Administrators Fellow, 2013-2014
Granted data by B Lab / CASE (Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship, at Duke University), 2012-2013
Society for Business Ethics, emerging scholars award, 2009, 2010, 2012
Labor and Employment Relations Association, best student paper finalist, 2011