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Conferences

Hagmann, D., Sajons, G., & Tinsley, C.H. Population neglect and the emergence of statistical discrimination. Presentation at the Annual Asia-Pacific Economic Science Association meetings. 2023.

Hagmann, D., Sajons, G., & Tinsley, C.H. Population neglect and the emergence of statistical discrimination. Presentation at the Annual Behavioral Science and Policy Association Annual Conference (virtual). 2023


Checketts, M. B., Howell, T. M., Loyd, D. L., Amanatullah, E. T., & Tinsley, C. H. Advocating for female leaders: The role of positive stereotypes and male allies.  Academy of Management Annual Conference; Boston. 2023

Tinsley, C.H., Smith, A., Ladge, J., & Little., L. Allies and advocacy for social justice and equality in the workplace. Panel at the Annual Dismantling Bias Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, March. 2022.


Tinsley, C.H. Equity in reward systems: Closing the pay gap. Panel at the Annual Dismantling Bias conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, March. 2022.


Checketts, M. B., Howell, T. M., Loyd, D. L., Amanatullah, E. T., & Tinsley, C. H. Emphasizing the female leadership advantage: The unintended consequences of positive stereotypes. Presentation at the Annual Dismantling Bias Conference; Purdue University, West Lafayette, March. 2022

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Lang, M., Tinsley, C.H., & Soule, E. Do investments in psychological wellbeing and non-technical skills complement poverty reduction programs? Evidence from Rwanda. Paper presented at the Psychology and Economics of Poverty Convening. Virtual. 2021


Madsen, P., Dillon Merrill, R., Tinsley, C. H. Don't sweat the small stuff: Superstitious learning from near miss events. Academy of Management Annual Conference. 2021

 

Sajons, G. & Tinsley, C.H. Negotiation and Gender: An exploration in virtual reality. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management. Dublin Ireland, July 2019.

Tinsley, C.H., Howell, T.M., & Amanatullah, E.A. Not all stereotypes are created equal: When perceptions are exaggerated vs. accurate. Paper presented at the International Atlantic Economic Conference. Athens, Greece, March 2019

 

Sajons, G. & Tinsley, C.H. (2019). Negotiation and Gender: An experiment in virtual reality. Paper presented at the 6th International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioral Sciences (IMEBESS), Utrecht, Netherlands

 

Tinsley, C.H. & Ely, R.J. “If men are from Mars, women are too”  Conference on Business and Public Policy.  INSEAD, November 2017.

 

Howell, T. M., Tinsley, C. H., Amanatullah, E. T.. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Avoiding the off-ramp caused by gender stereotypes, San Antonio, Texas. January 2017.

Tinsley, C. H., World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2017 - Responsive and Responsible Leadership. World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, January 2017.

Soule, E.A., Tinsley, C.H., & Rivoli, P. Evaluating the economic, psycho-social and health impacts for women in a targeted global value chain intervention.  FACE conference, Seattle, December 2016.

Tinsley, C. H., Howell, T. M., Amanatullah, E. T. In her shoes or your old shoes: How perspective taking increases the usefulness of feedback,& Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, California, August 2016.

Tinsley, C.  The dialogue of gender differences. The Gender and Work Symposium, Harvard Business School, March 2016.

Tinsley, C. The Role of Confidence and Women’s Economic Empowerment.  World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, January 2016.

Tinsley, C. Confidence and Power.  World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, January 2015.

Bendersky, C. & Tinsley, C.H. The effects of structural status in cross-functional teams on decision making. Applications to inter-agency task forces. Presentation at the Annual Academy of Management Meetings, August, 2014.

Dillon, R.L. & Tinsley, C.H., Heuristics and biases: Challenges for cyber security decision making, presented at the Business and Public Policy in a Global Economy Workshop, Center for Business and Public Policy, Washington, DC, March 12-14, 2014.

Dillon, R.L. & Tinsley, C.H., How near-miss events can embolden or mitigate risky decision making, presented at the Harvard Center for Risk Analysis, Risk Perception and Response Conference, Boston, MA, March 20-21, 2014.

Tinsley, C. H., Howell, T. M., & Amanatullah, E. T. Who should bring home the bacon? How deterministic views of gender constrain wage preferences. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and SocialPsychology, Austin, Texas. February 2014.

Aslani, S., Adair, W., Brett, J.M., Ramirez-Marin, Semnani-Azad, Z., Tinsley, C.H., Weingart, L.R., Yao, J.J.,& Zhang, Z. Honor, face, and dignity cultures: A tri-cultural study of negotiations. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management, Tacoma WA, June 2013.

Dillon, R.L. & Tinsley, C.H. How near-miss events can increase risky decision making”, presented at the Incentives and Regulation of Cyber security Conference, Georgetown University (NSF/DHS/CBPP), June 2013.

Dillon, R.L., Rogers, E.W., Madsen, P, and Tinsley, C.H., Improving the Recognition of Near-Miss Events on NASA Missions, IEEE Aerospace Conference Proceedings, Big Sky, Montana, March 3-7, 2013.

Dillon, R.L., Tinsley, C.H., & Burns, W. How terrorism near-misses influence perceptions of risk: comparisons and contrasts, Society of Risk Analysis, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 10-12, 2012.

Dillon, R.L., Tinsley, C.H., & Burns, W.  The perception of the risk of future terrorist events and the influence of near-misses over time. Did that almost blow up? Did we just get lucky? INFORMS, Charlotte, NC, November 13-15, 2011.

Dillon. R.L., Tinsley, C.H., & Burns, W. The Perception of Terrorist Events and the Influence of the Near-Miss: Did that almost blow up?, Security Analysis and Risk Management Association (SARMA), Arlington, VA, September 2011.

Tinsley, C., Howell, T., & Amanatullah, E. Times are changing, but can we? Intrapersonal conflict and beliefs about gender role stability.  International Association of Conflict Management, Istanbul, Turkey. July 2021.

Ramirez-Marin, J. Aslani, S., Brett, J.M., Tinsley, C.H., & Munduate. Cool down and explain yourself: Spanish honor and Anglo dignity in intercultural negotiations. Paper presented at the Academy of Management, Boston, Ma. August 2012.


Aslani, S., Ramirez-Marin, J., Brett, J.M., Tinsley, C.H., Weingart, L.R., & Adair, W.L. Implications of honor and dignity culture for negotiation: A study of Middle-Easterners and Americans. Paper presented at the Academy of Management, Boston, Ma. August 2012.

Tinsley, C.H. & Dillon, R.L. How near-miss events influence decisions under risk:  Evidence for natural and man-made disasters.  Paper presented at the National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) conference, University of Southern California, March 2010.

Tinsley, C.H. & Amanatullah, E. Attenuating backlash with social status cues. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA: March 2010.


Howell, T., Tinsley, C.H., & Amanatullah, E. The gender gap: It’s different at home. Paper accepted for the Society of Judgment and Decision Making Conference, 2010, St.Louis, Mo.

Dillon, R.L. & Tinsley, C.H.  Framing decisions:  Using multi-attribute utility models to structure domestic intelligence policy.  Paper presented at the National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) conference, University of Southern California, March 2010.

Dillon, R.L., Tinsley, C.H., & Rogers, E.W. MIST Case Study, part II.  Delivered to the 7th Annual NASA project management challenge conference, Daytona Beach, February, 2009.

Tinsley, C.H., Dillon, R.L., & Rogers.  Near-miss events as threats to learning.  Delivered to the International Association for Management and Business. New Orleans, January, 2009.

Dillon, R.L. & Tinsley, C.H. Should I stay or should I go? Delivered to the Society of Judgment and Decision Making, Chicago, Nov. 15- 17, 2008.

Dillon, R.L., Tinsley, C.H., & Cronin, M.A.  Communicating risks to the public:  Research on how individuals interpret past events.  Delivered to the Society for Risk Analysis, May, 2008.

Dillon, R.L., Tinsley, C.H., & Rogers, E.W. MIST Case Study.  Delivered to the 6th Annual NASA project management challenge conference, Daytona Beach, February, 2008.

Tinsley, C.H., Dillon, R.L., & Rogers, E.W.  Recognizing and learning from near-misses:  Lessons from NASA.  Delivered to the 5th Annual NASA project management challenge conference, Daytona Beach, February, 2007.

Dillon, R.L. & Tinsley, C.H.  The psychology of avoiding disaster and readiness disasters.  Delivered to the Federal Emergency Management Association Higher Education Conference, May, 2006.

Tinsley, C.H., Dillon, R.L., & Rogers, E.W. Including precursor events in decision making.  Delivered to the 4th Annual NASA project management challenge conference, Galveston, Texas, February, 2006.

Tinsley, C.H., Adair, W.L., & Taylor, M.S. Culture and negotiation failure.  Delivered to the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Vienna, Austria, July, 2005.

Adair, W.L., Taylor, M.S., & Tinsley, C.H. Managing the intercultural interface: Third cultures, Antecedents, & Consequences.   Presented to the Research on Groups and Teams Annual Conference, New York, May, 2005.

Tinsley, C.H., Dillon, R.L., & Rogers, E.W. The near-miss effect in NASA project management.  Delivered to the 3rd Annual NASA project management challenge conference, Galveston, Texas, February, 2005.

Tinsley, C.H. & Dillon, R.L. Interpreting precursor events.  Delivered to the NASA-CPMR Annual Fellows Conference, January, 2005.

Invited Talks

Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University. Don’t sweat the small stuff:  Learning (or not) from near-miss events.  February, 2020.

Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University.  Not all stereotypes are created equal: When perceptions of genders stereotypes are exaggerated vs attenuated and why we need to care.  December, 2018,

Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland.  Rethinking what you know about gender differences.  November 2018.

University of Basel.  Rethinking what you know about gender differences. August 2018.

Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation:  The quest for zero-cost

learning by improving the recognition of near-miss events,  February, 2018.

Harvard Business School: Should I stay or should I go:  How fit, feedback and financial

factors influence undergraduates’ major switching behavior, November, 2016.

Harvard Program on Gender:  A social enterprise link in a global fashion chain: 

Performance and potential of a new supplier model, October, 2016.

Harvard Business School.  Improving outcomes for women by De-emphasizing Gender

Differences.  September 2016.

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Harvard Program on Negotiation:  Should we worry about gender differences in negotiation?  September, 2016.

American Society of Safety Engineers.  Keynote address:  Roots of the Crisis.  November 2013.

Harvard Kennedy School:  Progress on gender diversity for corporate boards:  Are we running in place?  September 2013. 

University of Texas at Dallas:  Who should bring home the bacon?  How deterministic views of gender constrain spousal wage preferences, February 2013.

Washington University in St. Louis:  Who should bring home the bacon?  How deterministic views of gender constrain spousal wage preferences, September, 2012.

University of Southern California/ CREATE:  Did that Almost Blow up?  How people perceive terrorist events that are Near-Misses.  February, 2011

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University of California, Haas School of Business. Gender and pay equity: Does it work the same at home?  March, 2011.

European School of Management & Technology, GmBH, Annual Forum on Leadership.  Berlin Germany June 2010.

Keynote speech delivered to the Copenhagen Conference on International and Intercultural Negotiation, Copenhagen Business School, April 2009.

Women’s Bar Association, November 2008.

Fortune Most Powerful Women’s Summit, October 2007.

Kellogg Graduate School of Management, April 2007.

Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, March 2007.

Focus on reaching women for academics, research, and development in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics, Galludet University, May 2005.

Indus Women Leaders, Feb 2005.

American News Women’s Corporation, December 2004.

Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwester University, October 2004.

Michigan State University, September 2004.

Association of Women in Science, April 2004.

Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, November 2003.

Council of Women World Leaders’ meeting of the Ministers of Women’s Affairs, October 2003.

University of Cincinnati, April 2003.

Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rotary Club, November 2002.

Helsinki Women Business Leaders Summit—Washington DC portion, November 2002.

Helsinki Women Business Leaders Summit—Helsinki portion, September 2002.

Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, October 2001.

School for Advanced International Studies, John's Hopkins, Washington DC, Nov 2000.

Korean Organization of Small Business Interests, Seoul Korea, September 1998.

Dongguk University, Seoul Korea, November 1997; September 1998.

Korean International Trade Association, Seoul Korea, November 1997.

School for Advanced International Studies, Washington DC, February 1997.

Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Evanston, IL, May, 1996.

Australian Graduate School of Management, Sydney Australia, February, 1996.

Australian National University, Canberra Australia, February, 1996.

University of Western Australia, Perth Australia, February, 1996.

Keio University, School of Business, Yokohama Japan, November, 1994.

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