Research Interests: Markets and institutions; categorization in markets; public policy; organizations; quantitative methods
Stefan Dimitriadis is a Ph.D. student in the Organizational Behavior program jointly offered by Harvard Business School and the Department of Sociology at Harvard.
His research interest centers on the dynamics of markets as understood through the lens of institutional and categories theories. Within that field he explores how globalization and the rise of emerging markets shape the creation and transformation of markets, as well as the role of the state. Prior to joining the doctoral program Stefan worked as a research associate for Professor Julie Battilana at the Harvard Business School, where he did work on hybrid organizations that combine multiple institutional logics. In 2011 he graduated from Oxford University as a Karelia Foundation Scholar with an M.Phil. in Economics. Before that he attended McGill University as William McDonald scholar, majoring in economics, and also the United World College of the Adriatic.
B.A. (Honors), Economics, McGill University
M.Phil., Economics, University of Oxford
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