Amandine Ody-Brasier

Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior

Professor Amandine Ody-Brasier

Professor Ody-Brasier's research lies at the intersection of strategy and organization theory. She explores the role of identity in inter-firm exchange relations, focusing on understanding the processes by which identity affects a variety of organizational outcomes—including the practices an organization may adopt or the prices it charges/receives. Of particular interest to her is the extent to which identity shapes the perceptions of buyers and sellers in vertical exchange relations, including mutual expectations about firm behaviors and attributes. More broadly, she is interested in understanding the social foundations of key market processes, especially the formation of prices. Empirically, she has investigated these questions using a mix of qualitative and quantitative field-based data on the Champagne industry. Some direct practical implications of this work include a better understanding of how organizations create and capture economic value from their exchange relations.

Professor Ody-Brasier teaches a Strategic Management elective at the MBA level.


  • PhD, London Business School, 2012
  • MS, HEC Montreal, 2004
  • MA, Institut d’Etudes Politiques, 2002


Strategic Management
MGT 530
MGT 421


Selected Articles

A. Ody-Brasier and F. Vermeulen
Administrative Science Quarterly
March 2014

Selected Working Papers

Not the usual suspect: Default expectations and contested behaviors in the Champagne industry
A. Ody-Brasier
Friend or Foe: Who gets punished more for norm violations?


Posts by Amandine Ody-Brasier