Jamie Perry

Jamie Perry

Assistant Professor

ISS Faculty Fellow

Rachel Etess Green '98 and Jason Green Faculty Fellow

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Faculty Area

Interdisciplinary Themes

  • Behavioral Economics and Decision Research
  • Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Technology

Faculty Expertise

  • Team Dynamics
  • Behavioral Research
  • Management & Organizations


School of Hotel Administration
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Professor Jamie Perry is an assistant professor of human resources management and the Rachel Etess Green '98 and Jason Green Faculty Fellow at the Cornell School of Hotel Administration.

Professor Perry's work focuses on team effectiveness, with an interest in how compositional factors and conflict influence team dynamics. She explores how power and status affect interactions within the workplace and broader society. Her work has been published in academic journals, such as Personnel Psychology, American Psychologist, Psychological Bulletin, and Academy of Management Annals. Professor Perry received the 2015 Rutgers Business School Academic Excellence Award. She is also the recipient of the 2016 Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology S. Rains Wallace Dissertation Award.

Professor Perry received her MA in psychology and PhD in organization management from Rutgers University.

Selected Publications

Awards and Honors

  • S. Rains Wallace Dissertation Award for the best dissertation in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (2016) Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)

Recent Courses

  • HADM 2810 - Human Resources Management
  • HADM 4835/HADM 6835 - Leading and Managing Teams

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D Rutgers University, Rutgers Business School- Newark & New Brunswick, 2014
  • MA Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey, 2009
  • BS University of Houston, 2006

In the news

June 21, 2018
Can You Train People To Be Less Prejudiced?

May 28, 2018
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August 01, 2018
The Getaway: Hotels Grapple With Racial Bias