Room Number: E345
- Behavioral Strategy
- Stakeholder Theory
- Ethical Decision-Making
- PhD, Strategic Management, West Virginia University
- BS, Economics with a Concentration in Business Administration, Frostburg State University
- BS, Management with a Concentration in Human Resource Management, Frostburg State University
Alanna Hirshman, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at Texas
Tech University. Her research primarily focuses on perceptions of firms' (un)ethical
behaviors and how firms manage these perceptions by interacting with various stakeholders.
Her specific research interests include organizational crisis management, social evaluations
(e.g., social approval, reputation, organizational stigma, and firm celebrity), corporate
social responsibility, and the role of media (e.g., press releases, social media,
and traditional news publications). Her research is primarily anchored in sensemaking
and sensegiving literature, signaling theory, and stakeholder theory.
In addition, Alanna's teaching interests include Strategic Management, Business Ethics, International Business, Organizational Theory, and Entrepreneurship.
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