Research Fellow, Harvard University
Dr. Oliver Hauser is a Research Fellow at Harvard University, conducting research at the Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School. His research focuses on two areas of inquiry: (1) behavioural ethics and (2) inequities in the workplace and in society. He teaches the core course "MGMT E-4000: Organizational Behavior" in the Management Unit at the Harvard Extension School.
Oliver earned his Ph.D. in Biology from Harvard University in 2016 with a focus on human cooperation and pro-social behaviour. His research agenda on organisational behaviour incorporates these fundamental insights and human biases in decision-making to help organisations and governments solve problems that matter. His work addresses ethical failures in the financial, charitable and tax sectors, as well as to helps reduce inequities of gender and race in the workplace and economic inequalities in society.