Research Lab Group & Collaborators

THE AGE (ACCOMMODATING GENERATIONS IN EMPLOYMENT) INITIATIVE

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Age is universal: with sufficient lifespan, all living people join each age category. Age-related concerns are global: Countries worldwide currently grapple with changing age demographics. Similarly, this map reflects the countries from which our research team hail and/or work. We are proud of our global representation and strive for our work to have that same level of impact.

Based at NYU Stern, but with a worldwide collaborator network, the AGE Initiative conducts research on the cutting-edge topics of the increasingly older and intergenerational workplace and workforce. Broad study themes include age, ageism, and generational issues, and related organizational, HR, legal, public policy, and societal implications. 

Our research focus emphasizes two key trends that affect industrialized economies around the globe: the aging workforce and the multi-generational workforce. Nevertheless, very little scholarship elucidates the implications of these trends for the modern workplace. Filling in the gaps, we seek to be at the forefront of research on these topics. Our ultimate aim is to help maximize the productivity of businesses and societies within an aging, intergenerational world, and to encourage scholars to acknowledge age as a consequential factor in its own right.

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Michael North

Principal Investigator

Founding Director

The AGE Initiative

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Angela Shakeri

Ph.D Student

Primary AGE Research Projects

Age and negotiations; age and entrepreneurship

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Emily Ye

Ph.D Student

Primary AGE Research Projects

TBD

 
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Ashley Chang

Research Assistant

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Yolanda Guo

Research Assistant

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Angus Lai

Research Assistant

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Nicole Lai

Research Assistant

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Erick Martinez

Research Assistant

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Daniel McMichael

Research Assistant

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Abishek Raja

Research Assistant

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Clara Schloendorff

Research Assistant

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Andrew Yu

Research Assistant

CURRENT nyu lab members

 

PH.D STUDENT ALUMNI

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Stephane Francioli

Current Affiliation: Postdoctoral Researcher,

Management Department,

Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

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Thea Tomova

Current Affiliation: Assistant Professor,

Management Department

McNeely School of Business, Texas Christian University

RECENT VISITING SCHOLARS

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Irina Gioaba

Prior Affiliation: University of Lausanne (Switzerland)

Current Affiliation: Postdoctoral Fellow,

School of Management & Marketing,

Kean University

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Noemi Nagy

Prior Affiliation: University of Bern (Switzerland)

Current Affiliation: Assistant Professor,

Career and Technical/Workforce Education,

University of South Florida

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Allison Flamion

Prior Affiliation: University of Liege (Belgium)

Current Affiliation: Smith Street Maternelle (Brooklyn)

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Peter Gahan

Prior and Current Affiliation:

Professor of Management 

University of Melbourne (Australia)

EXTERNAL COLLABORATORS

Yair Berson

DeGroote Leadership Centre

McMaster University (Canada)

Felix Danbold

Organisations and Innovation

UC London (UK)

Seval Gundemir

Work and Organizational Psychology

University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Jon Jachimowicz

Organizational Behavior

Harvard Business School

Gavin Kilduff

Management & Organizations

NYU Stern School of Business

Ashley Martin

Organizational Behavior

Stanford Graduate School of Business

Shaul Oreg

Organizational Behavior

Hebrew University of Jerusalem School of Business Administration

Daron Sharps

Research

Pinterest Labs

Ting Zhang

Organizational Behavior

Harvard Business School

Anne Burmeister

Organisation and Personnel Management

Rotterdam School of Management (Netherlands)

Ulrike Fasbender

Work and Organizational Psychology

Justus-Liebig-University Giessen (Germany)

Hal Hershfield

Marketing

UCLA Anderson School of Business

In Seong Lewis Jeong

Lingnan University

Hong Kong

Laura Kray

Management of Organizations

UC Berkeley Haas School of Business

Kieran O'Connor

Atkinson Graduate School of Management

Willamette University

Julian Pfrombeck

Management

Columbia Business School

Chris To

School of Management and Labor Relations

Rutgers University

Xin Zhang

Developmental and Educational Psychology

Peking University Beijing

Jennifer Chatman

Management of Organizations

UC Berkeley Haas School of Business

Gudela Grote

Management, Technology, and Economics

ETH Zurich (Switzerland)

Astrid Homan

Work and Organizational Psychology

University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Sabine Richter-Trummer

Organizational Behavior

Bundeswehr University Munich (Germany)

Anyi Ma

Management

Tulane Freeman School of Business

Grace Oh

Marketing

Hong Kong University School of Business and Management

Sonja Sackmann

Organizational Behavior

Bundeswehr University Munich

Mo Wang

Management

University of Florida Warrington College of Business

FORMER undergrad & predoctoral RESEARCH ASSISTANTS

Victoria Barbalat
Sydney Cheng
Lavinia Ding
Sanjana Gupta
Alice Jiang
Kitty Liang
Terra Matsushima
Megan Montero
Rihani Shah
Jenna Smith
Eileene Suh
Shari Wang
Alex Zoeckler
Emily Brown
Catie Collins
Grace Fang
Samyak Jain
Jane Kyerematen
Lucy Lian
Jodie Miller
Jonny Rothberg
Deepti Shankar
Lauren Smith
Lisa Testa
Ron Yakar
Kathleen Zhang
Ellen Chen
Allison Dai
Aleena Francisco
Richa Jatia
Ivan Lacroix
Steven Lim
Paisley Millhausen
Karan Shah
Avijit Singh
Zac Stern
Frank Wang
Judy Zhou
 

INTERESTED IN HELPING OUT AS A STUDY PARTICIPANT?

We are always looking for study participants of all ages, regardless of current employment status! We offer both in-person studies and online surveys.

 
In-person studies take place at our NYU offices: NYU Stern's Tisch Hall, 40 West 4th Street in Manhattan. Participants will be asked to complete various work-related tasks and surveys. In-person studies take between 30-60 minutes and pay in cash immediately upon completion.
 
Online studies can be completed anywhere and anytime. Participants will receive an email with a link to a survey. Most online surveys will only take a few minutes, but vary in their length and compensation.
 
Virtually all participants find the studies stimulating and, at times, even fun. If interested, please fill out the form linked below, and we will follow up with you if you are eligible. The information you provide will be used solely for the purpose of contacting you for research studies. It will not be sold to anyone, or used for any other purpose other than scheduling your participation in AGE@NYU research studies.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have paused all in-person research activities. However, those who are interested in in-person studies can still indicate so on the participant eligibility survey. We will reach out to you once it is safe to resume in-person studies.

*Click here to fill out our participant eligibility survey*

 

INTERESTED IN JOINING OUR TEAM AS A RESEARCH ASSISTANT?

We are always happy to talk with those interested in helping run research studies! We especially value conscientious, detail-oriented individuals whose broad goals or experiences reflect our research mission.

How to apply to join us depends on your current affiliation:

Current NYU Stern Undergraduates may apply through our posting on the Stern Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) at the beginning of each semester. In rare cases, students may propose a thesis project under the supervision of Prof. North through the Stern Honors Program. Click the links above for more information.

Current NYU non-Stern Undergraduates, NYU Stern MBA Students, and Non-NYU Affiliates can apply to join our lab by filling out this form.

We look forward to working with you soon!