Eriselda DanajVisiting Researcher
My research interests lie in the emerging field of behavioral ethics and decision making within organizations. I am particularly enthusiastic to examine how job stressors –such as time constraint- affect the moral awareness, judgment and decision making of individuals. In addition, I want to uncover the underlying cognitive processes and psychological mechanisms that lead people to engage in unethical behavior when working under time pressure.
Additionally, I am curious to understand how perceptions and beliefs shape individuals’ moral intentions and interaction with others. Specifically, in my work I am studying how the perception of multitasking –the mere belief that one thinks he/she is working on multiple tasks simultaneously– affects the willingness to engage in unethical behavior and its consequences in the workplace.
- Ph.D. in Management (IESE Business School, Spain), 2019-2022
- Visiting Student at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, Bonn, Germany, 2019-2020
- Master of Research in Management (IESE Business School, Spain), 2019
- MS in Financial Services Analytics, MS in International Business, Graduate Certificate in Statistics (University of Delaware, United States), 2017
- Double Degree MS in Finance (University of Siena, Italy) and MS in Finance and Money (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia), 2016
- BS in Finance and Accounting (University of Tirana, Albania), 2012