|Dr Jesse Fagan||Lecturer in Data Analytics|
|Professor Alexandra Gerbasi||Professor of Leadership|
|Professor Joshua Ignatius||Associate Professor of Operations and Business Analytics|
|Professor Joe Labianca||Distinguished Research Professor|
|Professor Alessandro Lomi||Distinguished Research Professor|
|Professor Jessica Methot||Distinguished Research Professor|
|Dr Stephen Nei||Lecturer in Economics|
|Professor Jill Perry-Smith||Distinguished Research Professor|
|Professor Stefano Tasselli||Distinguished Research Professor|
|Professor Leroy White||Head of Management and Professor of Management|
Yijin (Sam) Chen is pursuing his MRes in Management at the Business School. He earned his MSc in Social Research from the University of Edinburgh, with an award of distinction and best overall performance. Sam is currently working on a research project examining the relationship between actors' network positions and promotion using an interpretable machine learning framework.
Zexi (Flavia) Li is a MPhil/Doctoral student in Organisation Studies/Management at the University of Exeter Business School. Her research focuses on studying formal and informal interpersonal workplace relationships from psychology perspective. Flavia’s current research uses attachment theory and social network methods to study the antecedents, characteristics, and outcomes of friendship network and advice network in the workplace.
Aaron Page is a doctoral student at the University of Exeter Business School. His research interests lie in the fields of gender and leadership, with a specific focus on gender and corporate boards. Aaron’s research highlights the antecedents and outcomes of gender diversity on corporate boards, the theories and methods employed within his work derive from the academic disciplines of social network analysis; social psychology; and institutional theory.
Laura Roldan Gomez
Laura is a PhD student in Advanced Quantitative Methods at the University of Exeter Politics Department. Her research centres on studying the nexus between the armed conflict and the deforestation in Colombia. For her research, Laura uses a social-ecological networks approach.