Hanieh Mohammadi

Title: 
PhD Student, Strategy & Organization
Hanieh Mohammadi
Contact Information
Phone: 
15145785817
Email address: 
hanieh.mohammadi [at] mail.mcgill.ca
Alternate email address: 
Hanieh_mohammadi [at] hks15.harvard.edu
Address: 

Bronfman Building [Map]
1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montreal, Quebec
Canada
H3A 1G5

Degree(s): 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Master in Public Administration in International Development (MPA/ID), May 2015

SHARIF UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Master of Science in Management, Distinction, June 2012

SHARIF UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering and Physics (Dual Degree), Distinction, June 2009

Area(s): 
Strategy & Organization
Group: 
PhD Student
Research areas: 
Impact of AI & Analytics on Work
International Collaboration
Labour Issues
Leadership & Governance
Strategic Management
Awards, honours, and fellowships: 

Mintzberg Graduate Award, 2019-2023

Bashir Al-Haffar Public Service Fellowship, awarded to women from Middle East to contribute to the public policy issues in the region, 2013-2014

Chen Family Foundation Fellowship part of the HAND foundation scholarship program, awarded to the young economists to contribute to positive economic relations between China, United States, and Iran in the decades to come, 2013

Middle East Initiative Research Grant, awarded to the students whose research has contribution to the economic issues of the Middle East, 2015

Harvard Kennedy School Degree Program Research Grant, awarded to the successful second year policy analysis in MPA/ID program, 2015

National Talented Student Government Grant, awarded to the top 0.05% college students in Iran because of their academic merits, 2005-2009

Current research: 

I am currently working on how the relationship of different actors (government, NGOs, research centers and private sector) is shaping policies in different industries and Jobs – for e.g., minimize labor market impact, reduce job disruptions and workplace discrimination, boost economic growth, and enable the larger ecosystem to thrive and grow.

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