MAJID MAJZOUBI
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ABOUT

PACCAR Hall, 4273 E Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA 98195
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Majidmj@uw.edu
Hello. I am a Ph.D. candidate in management at the University of Washington. Welcome to my Personal and Academic profile.

ABOUT ME

RESEARCH INTERESTS

I am a Ph.D. candidate in management. My research is on the interface between audiences and organizations. I draw on strategic management, organizational theory, and socio-cognitive foundations of social judgments to study how firms' positioning claims influence their audience evaluations. I explore (1) how identity change affects audience evaluations, (2) how market positioning affects audiences’ benchmark selection, (3) how firms could use machine learning to strategically position themselves. I use cutting-edge machine learning and various textual analysis techniques to conduct large-scale longitudinal studies of firms’ market identities and equity analysts’ evaluations.

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RESEARCH

RESEARCH PORTFOLIO

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Theoretical areas of interest: Strategic Positioning and Optimal Distinctiveness, Organization Theory, Institutional Theory, Evaluations and Rankings

Methodical areas of interest: Quantitative Econometrics, Machine Learning Modeling, Textual Analysis and Topic Modeling

UNDER REVIEW

Majzoubi, M., Kotha, S., [title redacted] (Submitted for 2nd Revise and Resubmit, Academy of Management Journal)

Majzoubi, M., Zhao, E., Zuzul, T., Fisher, G., [title redacted] (Submitted to Administrative Science Quarterly)

Majzoubi, M., Zhao, E., [title redacted] (Submitted to Management Science)

WORK IN PROGRESS

Majzoubi, M., Goudarzi, K., Defending the identity domain: Identity claims similarity, audience overlap, and competitive intensity (Under theoretical development; data collection complete)

Harrison, D., Gupta, A., Majzoubi, M., TMT political ideology heterogeneity and corporate misconduct (Data collection and analysis phase complete)

Majzoubi, M., Using Machine Learning for Causal Inference in Management Research (Under theoretical development)

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TEACHING

TEACHING POSITIONS
  • Winter 2019
    Spring 2018

    INSTRUCTOR

    MGMT 430: Strategic Management (capstone course)

    Instructor, Evaluation: 4.8/5.0 Excellence in Teaching Award
  • Autumn 2018
    Spring 2018

    CO-INSTRUCTOR

    FGBUS 250: Foundations of Global business

    Co-instructor, Evaluation: 4.7/5.0
TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIPS
  • Autumn 2018

    ADMIN 511: Fundamental of Business Administration (Online)

    Teaching assistant, Suresh Kotha
  • Spring 2019

    MGMT 430: Strategic Management

    Teaching assistant, Tiona Zuzul
  • Winter 2017

    ENTRE 372: Grand Challenges for Entrepreneurship

    Teaching assistant, Emily Cox Pahnke
  • Summer 2018

    ENTRE 564: Competitive Strategy

    Teaching assistant, Suresh Kotha
  • Winter 2018

    MGMT 430: Strategic Management

    Teaching assistant, Dan Olson
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CONTACT

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