Ben A. Rissing, Cornell University

Assistant Professor Ithaca, New York rissing@cornell.edu

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Ben Rissing studies employment-relevant decisions in organizations, including businesses, government, and academic institutions. His research contributes to the sociology, industrial relations, and management literature on work and organizations, labor markets, and regulation (both public and pri...

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Bio/Research

Ben Rissing studies employment-relevant decisions in organizations, including businesses, government, and academic institutions. His research contributes to the sociology, industrial relations, and management literature on work and organizations, labor markets, and regulation (both public and private) – while examining settings including immigrant work authorization decisions, university admissions assessments, and voluntary codes of conduct. Ben’s research seeks ordered theoretical explanations, supported by empirical and qualitative analyses, to better understand complex social processes of managerial and policy importance. His teaching interests include organizational behavior, labor markets and employment, networks, and inequality.

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