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  • OFFICE HOURS: By Appointment
  • ADDRESS: BOSTON UNIVERSITY
    Questrom School of Business
    Rafik B. Hariri Building
    595 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston, MA 02215

PROFILE SUMMARY

Michel Anteby is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at Boston University's Questrom School of Business and (by courtesy) Sociology at Boston University's College of Arts and Sciences. Prior to joining BU, he taught in master, doctoral, and executive programs at the Harvard Business School and the Yale School of Management.

His research looks at how individuals relate to their work, their occupations, and the organizations they belong to. He examines more specifically the practices people engage in at work that help them sustain their chosen cultures or identities. In doing so, his research contributes to a better understanding of how these cultures and identities come to be and manifest themselves. Field settings for these and other inquiries have included aeronautics factory workshops, airport security teams, MBA classrooms, and whole-body donation programs.

Michel's research has appeared in journals such as Administrative Science Quarterly, Ethnography, Organization Science, Social Science & Medicine, and Sociologie du Travail. He also is the author of two monographs: an ethnography of the Harvard Business School titled Manufacturing Morals: The Values of Silence in Business School Education and a study of illegal factory production titled Moral Gray Zones: Side Productions, Identity, and Regulation in an Aeronautics Plant. His work was recognized by NYU's Herman E. Krooss outstanding dissertation award and the David M. Graifman Memorial award. He also is a recipient of the Donald & Valerie Ruth Honerkamp fellowship, a Susilo fellowship, and a Marvin Bower fellowship. He currently serves a Senior Editor at Organization Science.

Michel earned a joint Ph.D. in management from New York University and in sociology from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS, Paris). He holds a M.A. in economics from the Sorbonne and a M.P.A. from Harvard. After growing up in France and previously working there as a consultant (focusing on labor issues), he remains affiliated as a Research Fellow with the Centre de Sociologie des Organisations in Paris. He also serves on the Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth to help all branches of state goverment develop cultures that allow all youth to thrive.

  • EDUCATION Open or Close

    PH D, New York University, 2005.

    PH D, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), 2005.

    MPA, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2000.

  • CURRENT COURSESOpen or Close

    GSM DS999 G1 Dissertation

    GSM OB713 B1 Leading Organizations and People

    GSM OB713 D1 Leading Organizations and People

  • PUBLICATIONSOpen or Close

    JOURNAL ARTICLES:

      Chan, C., & Anteby, M. (2016). Task Segregation as a Mechanism for Within-Job Inequality: Women and Men of the Transportation Security Administration. Administrative Science Quarterly, 61(2), 184-216.

      Anteby, M., Chan, C., & Julia, D. (2016). Three Lenses on Occupations and Professions in Organizations: Becoming, Doing, and Relating. The Academy of Management Annals, 10(1), 183-244.

      Anteby, M., & Bechky, B. (2016). How Workplace Ethnographies Can Inform the Study of Work and Employment Relations. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 2(69), 501-505.

      Knight, C., Tilcsik, A., & Anteby, M. (2016). The Geography of Stigma Management: The Relationship Between Sexual Orientation, City Size, and Self-Monitoring. Socius, (2), 1-10.

      Tilcsik, A., Anteby, M., & Knight, C. (2015). Concealable Stigma and Occupational Segregation: Toward a Theory of Gay and Lesbian Occupations. Administrative Science Quarterly, 60(3), 446-481.

      Anteby, M., & Wrzesniewski, A. (2014). In Search of the Self at Work: Young Adults' Experiences of a Dual Identity Organization. Research in the Sociology of Work, (25), 13-50.

      Anteby, M., & Anderson, C. (2014). The Shifting Landscape of LGBT Organizational Research. Research in Organizational Behavior, (34), 3-25.

      Asad, A., Anteby, M., & Garip, F. (2014). Who Donates their Bodies to Science? The Combined Role of Gender and Migration Status among California Whole-Body Donors. Social Science & Medicine, (106), 53-58.

      Anteby, M. (2013). Relaxing the Taboo on Telling Our Own Stories: Upholding Professional Distance and Personal Involvement. Organization Science, 4(24), 1277-1290.

      Anteby, M., & Molnar, V. (2012). Collective Memory Meets Organizational Identity: Remembering to Forget in a Firm's Rhetorical History. Academy of Management Journal, 3(55), 515-540.

      Anteby, M., Garip, F., Martorana, P., & Lozanoff, S. (2012). Individuals’ Decision to Co-Donate or Donate Alone: An Archival Study of Married Whole Body Donors in Hawaii. PLOS One, 8(7), e42673.
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      Battilana, J., Anteby, M., & Sengul, M. (2010). The Circulation of Ideas Across Academic Communities: When Locals Re-Import Exported Ideas. Organization Studies, 6(31), 695-713.

      Anteby, M. (2010). Markets, Morals, and Practices of Trade: Jurisdictional Disputes in the U.S. Commerce in Cadavers. Administrative Science Quarterly, 4(55), 606-638.

      Anteby, M. (2009). A Market for Human Cadavers in All but Name?. Economic Sociology: The European Electronic Newsletter, 1(11), 3-7.

      Anteby, M., & Hyman, M. (2008). Entrepreneurial Ventures and Whole-Body Donations: A Regional Perspective from the United States. Social Science & Medicine, 4(66), 963-969.

      Anteby, M. (2008). Identity Incentives as an Engaging Form of Control: Revisiting Leniencies in an Aeronautic Plant. Organization Science, 2(19), 202-220.

      Anteby, M. (2006). Factory 'Homers': Understanding a Highly Elusive, Marginal, and Illegal Practice. Sociologie du Travail (English edition), S1(48), e22-e38.

      Anteby, M. (2003). La 'Perruque' en Usine: Approche d'une Pratique Marginale, Illegale et Fuyante. Sociologie du Travail, 4(45), 453-471.

      Anteby, M. (2003). The 'moralities' of Poaching: Manufacturing Personal Artifacts on the Factory Floor. Ethnography, 2(4), 217-239.

    BOOKS:

      Anteby, M. (2015). L'École des Patrons: Silence et Morales d'Entreprise à la Business School de Harvard. Paris: Editions Rue d'Ulm.
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      Anteby, M. (2013). Manufacturing Morals: The Values of Silence in Business School Education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
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      Anteby, M. (2008). Moral Gray Zones: Side-Production, Identity, and Regulation in an Aeronautic Plant. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
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    BOOK CHAPTERS:

      Anteby, M. (2016). Denials, Obstructions, and Silences: Lessons from Field Resistance (and Field Embrace), in Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods: Innovative Pathways and Methods : K. D. Elsbach and R. M. Kramer (eds). New York: Routledge, pp 197-205.

      Anteby, M. (2015). Un scénario écrit entre les lignes : Le silence normatif dans les notes pédagogiques de Harvard Business School, in Une anthropologie de l'éthique entrepreneuriale, Gallenga, G., and Soldani, J., Paris: Archives contemporaines, pp 113-132.

      Manning, R., & Anteby, M. (Accepted). Wrong Paths to Right: Defining Morality with or Without a Clear Red Line, in Organizational Wrongdoing New York: Oxford University Press.

      Anteby, M., & Anderson, C. (Accepted). Management and Morality: The Elusive Corporate Morals, in Oxford Handbook of Management: Management – Past, Present and Future Oxford University Press.

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

      Anteby, M. (2016). Review of "Songs of the Factory: Pop Music, Culture, and Resistance" by M. Korczynski.3(37), 449-451.: Organization Studies.

      Anteby, M. (2015). Review of "The Moral Background: An Inquiry into the History of Business Ethics" by G. Abend.1(57), 126-127.: Sociologie du Travail.

      Anteby, M. (2008). Review of "Sociologie de l’Atelier: Renault, le Travail Ouvrier et le Sociologue" by G. Rot.2(5), 258-260.: Sociologie du Travail.

      Anteby, M. (2006). Review of "Selling Technology: The Changing Shape of Sales in an Information Economy" by A. Darr.3(15), 522-525.: Administrative Science Quarterly.

  • EDITORIAL AND REVIEW ACTIVITIESOpen or Close

    Anteby, M. Organization Science, Associate Editor. (July 1, 2014 - Present).

    Anteby, M. Administrative Science Quarterly, Editorial Board Member. (July 1, 2011 - Present).

    Anteby, M. Research in the Sociology of Work, Editorial Board Member. (July 1, 2015 - Present).

    Anteby, M. Stanford University Press, Culture & Economic Life series, Editorial Board Member. (July 1, 2014 - Present).

    Anteby, M. Industrial & Labor Relations Review, Editorial Board Member. (September 16, 2015 - Present).

  • ACADEMIC, MILITARY AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONSOpen or Close

    Chair, Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth. (January 1, 2017 - Present).

    Secretary-Treasurer, American Sociological Association - Organizations, Occupations & Work Section. (July 24, 2014 - Present).

    Co-Chair, Safe Schools Committee, Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth. (July 24, 2013 - January 1, 2016).