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Full Name: Andrew HAFENBRACK

Country: United States

Field of specialisation: Organisational Behaviour

Year of entry: 2010

Tel: +65 8518 8922

E-mail: Andrew.HAFENBRACK@insead.edu


Research Interests

Mindfulness, Emotion, Time, Culture, Decision-Making, Negotiation, Interventions


Dissertation

Mindfulness meditation as a workplace intervention.

Committee: Stefan Thau (Co-chair), Zoe Kinias (Co-chair), and Sigal Barsade


Work in Progress

Hafenbrack, A.C., Barsade, S.G., & Kinias, Z. On whether to meditate before a negotiation: A test of state mindfulness.

Hafenbrack A.C. & Thau, S. Mindfulness and motivation.

Hafenbrack, A.C. Mindfulness meditation as a workplace intervention. Manuscript under review at the Academy of Management Review.

Solal, I., Hafenbrack, A.C., & Thau, S. Be mindful, be good.

Nai, J., Narayanan, J., Thau, S., & Hafenbrack, A.C. Mindfulness and negative events.

Falcao, H. & Hafenbrack, A.C. What is success in negotiation? Perception vs. reality of win-win.


Selected Publications

Hafenbrack, Andrew C., Kinias, Zoe, & Barsade, Sigal G. (2014). Debiasing the mind through meditation: Mindfulness and the sunk-cost bias. Psychological Science, 25(2): 369-376.(See Attached File)

---Media Coverage: Businessweek, Forbes, Freakonomics, HBR, Huffington Post, Inc, Le Monde, New York Times, 93.8LIVE news-talk radio:(See Attached File)

Kinias, Zoe, Kim, Heejung S., Hafenbrack, Andrew C., & Lee, Jina J. (2014). Standing out as a signal to selfishness: Culture and devaluation of non-normative characteristics. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 124(2): 190-203.(See Attached File)

Maddux, William W., Bivolaru, Eliza, Hafenbrack, Andrew C., Tadmor, Carmit T., & Galinsky, Adam D. (2014). Expanding opportunities by opening your mind: Multicultural engagement predicts increases in integrative complexity and job market success. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5(5): 608-615.(See Attached File)


Selected Conference Presentations

Hafenbrack, A.C. Mindfulness meditation as a workplace intervention.
- Wharton-INSEAD PhD Consortium, September 2014, Fontainebleau, France
- Mindfulness at Work Conference, September 2014, Cranfield, UK
- Academy of Management (Organizational Behavior Division), August 2014, Philadelphia, PA
- Medici Summer School of Management Studies, June 2014, Florence, Italy

Hafenbrack, A.C., Barsade, S.G., & Kinias, Z. On whether to meditate before a negotiation: A test of state mindfulness.
- Academy of Management (Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division), August 2014, Philadelphia, PA
- International Association for Conflict Management, July 2014, Leiden, The Netherlands

Hafenbrack, A.C., Kinias, Z., & Barsade, S.G. Debiasing the mind through meditation: Mindfulness and the sunk cost bias.
- Mindfulness at Work Conference, September 2014, Cranfield, UK
- Academy of Management (Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division), August 2013, Orlando, FL
- LBS Trans-Atlantic Doctoral Conference, May 2013, London, UK
- Wharton-INSEAD PhD Consortium, October 2012, Fontainebleau, France

Hafenbrack, A.C., Maddux, W.W., Galinsky, A.D., Tadmor, C.T., & Bivolaru, E. The best year of their lives: A longitudinal study of multicultural experience abroad and creativity.
- LBS Trans-Atlantic Doctoral Conference, May 2012, London, UK


Education

[2010-present]
Ph.D. in Management, Organizational Behavior Area (Expected in June 2015)
INSEAD, Singapore and France

[2012-2013]
Visiting Doctoral Fellow, Management Department, Organizational Behavior Area
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA

[2005-2009]
B.S. in Decision Science (Music Performance minor), Phi Beta Kappa with College and University Honors
Carnegie Mellon University, USA

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