- PhD, London Business School (U.K.), 2012
- MS, HEC Montreal (Canada), 2004
- MA, Institut d’Etudes Politiques (France), 2002
Amandine Ody-Brasier studies the social determinants of critical market behaviors. Much of her work focuses on how local norms shape price-setting in exchange relationships. She also studies how social relations and shared normative expectations influence reporting behaviors, prosocial contributions, and hiring decisions. Pr. Ody-Brasier received her Ph.D. from the London Business School. Before joining McGill Desautels, she was an associate professor of organizational behavior at the Yale School of Management.
Economic sociology, Organization theory
Ody-Brasier A. and Sharkey A. “Accounting for negative attention: Status and costs in the market for audit services.” Forthcoming in Organization Science.
Cohen-Mohliver A. and Ody-Brasier A. (2022) “Religious affiliation and wrongdoing: Evidence from U.S. nursing homes.” Management Science, 69(1): 533–554.
Ody-Brasier A. (2022) “The price of belonging: price setting in the market for Champagne grapes.” Organization Science, 34(1): 51–74.
Doering L. and Ody-Brasier A. (2021) “Time and punishment: Sanctioning in Colombian microsavings groups.” American Journal of Sociology, 127(2): 441–491.
Ody-Brasier A. and Vermeulen F. (2020). “Who gets punished most for trying to change the status quo?” Academy of Management Journal, 63(5): 1621–1651.
Ody-Brasier A. and Sharkey A. (2019). “Under pressure: Reputation, ratings, and inaccurate self-reporting in the nursing home industry.” Strategic Management Journal, 40(10): 1517–1544.
Ody-Brasier A. and Fernandez-Mateo I. (2017). “When being in the minority pays off: Relations among sellers and price setting in the Champagne industry.” American Sociological Review, 82(1): 147–178.
Ody-Brasier A. and Vermeulen F. (2014). “The Price you pay: Price-setting as a response to norm violations in the market for Champagne grapes.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 59(1): 109–144.