Amandine Ody-Brasier is an associate professor of organizational behavior at Yale SOM. She is interested in the social determinants of market behavior, especially price setting. In her research, she has examined the social construction of the market for Champagne grapes, highlighting the role of normative expectations and social relationships between market actors.
- PhD, London Business School, 2012
- MS, HEC Montreal, 2004
- MA, Institut d’Etudes Politiques (France), 2002
- Religious Affiliation and Wrongdoing: Evidence from U.S. Nursing Homes
A. Cohen-Mohliver and A. Ody-Brasier
2022, article in advance
- The Price of Belonging: Price Setting in the Market for Champagne Grapes
- Time and Punishment: Sanctioning in Colombian Microsavings Group
A. Ody-Brasier and L. Doering
American Journal of Sociology
Volume 127, Issue 2
- Who Gets Punished Most for Trying to Change the Status Quo?
A. Ody-Brasier and F. Vermeulen
Academy of Management Journal
Volume 63, Issue 5, pp 1621-1651