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Hemant Kakkar
Hemant Kakkar
Associate Professor, Indian School of Business
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When the appeal of a dominant leader is greater than a prestige leader
H Kakkar, N Sivanathan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (26), 6734-6739, 2017
2052017
Fall from grace: The role of dominance and prestige in the punishment of high-status actors
H Kakkar, N Sivanathan, MS Gobel
Academy of management journal 63 (2), 530-553, 2020
1412020
The dispositional antecedents of promotive and prohibitive voice.
H Kakkar, S Tangirala, NK Srivastava, D Kamdar
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (9), 1342, 2016
1132016
Of pandemics, politics, and personality: The role of conscientiousness and political ideology in the sharing of fake news.
MA Lawson, H Kakkar
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 151 (5), 1154, 2022
692022
The impact of leader dominance on employees’ zero-sum mindset and helping behavior.
H Kakkar, N Sivanathan
Journal of Applied Psychology 107 (10), 1706, 2022
292022
The unintended consequences of argument dilution in direct-to-consumer drug advertisements
N Sivanathan, H Kakkar
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (11), 797-802, 2017
292017
The impact of dynamic status changes within competitive rank-ordered hierarchies
H Kakkar, N Sivanathan, NC Pettit
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (46), 23011-23020, 2019
272019
Tribalism and tribulations: The social costs of not sharing fake news.
MA Lawson, S Anand, H Kakkar
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 152 (3), 611, 2023
222023
Group cohesion benefits individuals who express prejudice, but harms their group
DA Effron, H Kakkar, ED Knowles
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 79, 239-251, 2018
152018
Why we prefer dominant leaders in uncertain times
H Kakkar, N Sivanathan
Harvard Business Review, 2017
82017
If your employees aren’t speaking up, blame company culture
H Kakkar, S Tangirala
Harvard Business Review, 2018
72018
Consequences of perceiving organization members as a unified entity: Stronger attraction, but greater blame for member transgressions.
DA Effron, H Kakkar, DM Cable
Journal of Applied Psychology 107 (11), 1951, 2022
62022
A case based study of the relationship between innovation and organizational structure and architecture
R Misra, R SHARMA, H KADAR
Journal of Academy of Business and Economics 11 (4), 198-203, 2011
52011
Achieving social influence across gender and time: Are dominance and prestige equally viable for men and women?
H Kakkar
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2024
32024
Time and punishment: Time delays exacerbate the severity of third-party punishment
TG Kundro, S Nurmohamed, H Kakkar, SJ Affinito
Psychological Science 34 (8), 914-931, 2023
32023
Economic inequality: Implications for society and organizations
S Davidai, H Kakkar, HB Waldfogel
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 16837, 2020
12020
How Drug Company Ads Downplay Risks
N Sivanathan, H Kakkar
Scientific American, 2019
12019
Explaining the global rise of “dominance” leadership
N Sivanathan, H Kakkar
Scientific American, 2017
12017
Perilous and unaccountable: The positive relationship between dominance and moral hazard behaviors.
GL Brady, H Kakkar, N Sivanathan
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2024
2024
Intergenerational Abusive Leadership: How Attributions Perpetuate the Cycle of Abuse
D Chon, H Kakkar
Academy of Management Proceedings 2023 (1), 18730, 2023
2023
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