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Associate Professor Alessandra Capezio

Research School of Management

Position: Associate Professor
Email: alessandra.capezio@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 51754
Office: Room 1073, LF Crisp Bld (26)

Associate Professor Alessandra Capezio

Biography

Alessandra Capezio completed her PhD at the University of Sydney and is an Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour in the Research School of Management. Alessandra is passionate about promoting and teaching Evidence-based Practice in Management and is a Fellow of the Centre for Evidence Management. 

She is core member of the Work Effectiveness and Leadership Lab (WELL) which conducts high-quality research on dysfunctional workplace behaviours, careers, emotion, and self-regulation at work.  Her research focuses on:

 

  • Evidence-based decision-making & practice in organisations
  • The 'dark' side of organisational behaviour
  • Conduct risk & unethical behaviour
  • Corporate governance from a behavioural perspective
  • Career development

Alessandra's research has been published in the Journal of Management (Financial Times Top 50), Human Relations (Financial Times Top 50),  Journal of Vocational Behavior (ABDC: A*), Journal of Management Studies (FT50, ABDC: A*), Tourism Management (ABDC: A*), Journal of Construction & Engineering Management (ABDC: A*), Journal of Business Ethics (FT50, ABDC: A), and the Journal of Career Assessment (ABDC: A).  

 

Discipline(s)

  • Management

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