Pinar Fletcher is a doctoral candidate in organizational behavior at Harvard Business School working closely with WAPPP director, Iris Bohnet, and affiliated faculty, Max Bazerman and Kathleen McGinn. Her research focuses on judgment and decision making.
Pinar Fletcher is a doctoral candidate in organizational behavior at Harvard Business School. Her research interests are in the judgment and decision making area. She studies how commonly utilized motivational tools (e.g., competition, goal-setting and social comparison) affect individuals’ judgment and decision making as well as gender differences in perceptions of these motivational tools. During her WAPPP fellowship, Fletcher will examine the conditions under which men and women’s displays of confidence will be judged and treated differently. She holds an MBA degree from Columbia Business School and BS degree in Management from Bilkent University in Turkey. Prior to her doctoral studies, Fletcher worked in the investment banking industry.
John is Confident Jane is Arrogant: Gender and Perceived Arrogance