Abraham Oshotse is a 6th year PhD Student in Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. His research interests pertain to cultural phenomenon in social and market contexts, as well as career attainment within organizations. Methodologically, his work spans various techniques from computational linguistics, to experimental approaches, to traditional econometric methods.
At the GSB he is a member of the Computational Culture Lab, which aims to pioneer novel ways to unearthing and systematically measuring culture and modeling its evolution. Prior to his time at Stanford, he received an M.S. in Quantitative Methods from the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education and worked as a research analyst in the Capital Markets function at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
He will be on the academic job market in 2023!
- Organizational Theory
- Computational Sociology
- Cultural Sociology
- Career Attainment