Organisational Learning and Politics, Non-profit, Non-governmental and Civil Society Organisations, Discourses of Socioeconomic Inequality, Power, Status, and Corruption, Bureaucratic Organisation
Gabrielle Lamont-Dobbin received her bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley. She is interested in bridging quantitative and qualitative research in organizational and political behavior. Before joining INSEAD she worked as a research assistant on projects in workforce development and microfinance at institutions including UPENN Law School, Harvard Kennedy School, and Women’s World Banking. She also worked as a field interviewer in Uganda and Turkey. Her undergraduate thesis examined the impacts of the refugee crisis in Turkey on anti-human trafficking policy, focusing on how anti-trafficking advocacy organizations navigated their relationship with the government.