Laura Doering

Laura Doering

@Laura_B_Doering

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professor at University of Toronto; researching economic sociology, development, entrepreneurship, poverty & gender; teaching #socialentrepreneurship

Toronto, Ontario
Joined on March 13, 2016
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What happens when two professors go stir-crazy during a pandemic? Online teaching pranks! Here's how @jandoering and I are entertaining ourselves at home. Happy Halloween! https://t.co/ZC1i1l58bF

Best email I've received in a while... https://t.co/M6FqrikWbO

Best email I've received in a while... https://t.co/M6FqrikWbO

I’ve often wondered about the historical split between the sociology of organizations and org theory. This @ASQJournal piece from Hinings & Greenwood of @UAlberta offers a clear, concise explanation. Thanks to James Chu for sending it my way! https://t.co/2LAMlehiZr

Looking forward to @CMarquisCornell's talk tonight on his new book Better Business & #BCorps at @rotmanschool! @RotmanEvents @Lee_Chin_Inst https://t.co/7o7h1hGL9x

...but still have almost no ability to explain very much about what the future holds in store” (Envisioning Real Utopias, 302).

Trying to imagine a post-COVID world, I’m humbled by Eric Olin Wright’s reminder that it’s easy to theorize the past, hard to anticipate the future: “We may be able to provide rigorous and convincing explanations for the trajectory of change up to the present...

Social Entrepreneurs! Have a challenge that would benefit from intensive MBA attention? Apply to be a community partner in my @RotmanSchool #SocEnt course this January. Proposals due Oct 30. @SocEntGlobal @netimpact @Changemakers https://t.co/QC879OKGW8

How can group conversation about abstract ideas (like public health) lead us away from the original messaging? Implications of my research in @asr_journal for organizations sharing ideas with diverse audiences @rotmanschool @EconSociology https://t.co/7AZXjqcwvd

...we cannot see in the physical buildings we call home” https://t.co/pwYhvlfspa @ASA_SREM @EconSociology

#Caste is a fantastic new book. @Isabelwilkerson’s magic lies in crafting analogies that make familiar ideas feel new: “Like other old houses, America has an unseen skeleton, a caste system that is as central to its operation as are the studs and joists that...

Register for the Virtual Workshop on Gender, Race, and Entrepreneurship hosted by @rotmanschool with @SarahKaplan @GenderEconomy @wekh_pcfe Every Monday from Oct 19 at 11am EST. We have an exciting program! #EconTwitter Program https://t.co/A8wZ3p7Qs8 info https://t.co/gsd5bZgluY

How might global differences in viral immunity create inequalities in COVID vaccine effectiveness? Neat article by science writer @rkhamsi in @WIRED shows why new vaccines might be less effective in low-income countries: https://t.co/vLdxjyPW2e @SocDevelopment

Prof @Sonia_Kang has a podcast out!

For the Love of Work, made possible @RogersMediaPR, is a podcast that offers a playbook for the modern employee experience. The first episode explores how to be more resilient.

Read on, listen and subscribe today: https://t.co/N9E6QJZrBS @UTM https://t.co/tbjI0UFfXv
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Prof @Sonia_Kang has a podcast out! For the Love of Work, made possible @RogersMediaPR, is a podcast that offers a playbook for the modern employee experience. The first episode explores how to be more resilient. Read on, listen and subscribe today: https://t.co/N9E6QJZrBS @UTM https://t.co/tbjI0UFfXv

How does the meaning of “now” influence sustainable development? Anna Kim, @TimaBansal, & Helen Haugh show how a “long-present perspective” allows for sust dev even in cash-strapped orgs. Neat study of tea producers & Fair Trade in East Africa: https://t.co/wOmPNrsehX

...This is the opposite of disregarding and dismissing, the opposite of treating people as categorically unequal” (23).

“It means viewing the other group as worth understanding and as people who can be understood. It may even mean imagining ourselves believing and behaving similarly were we in their place....

Really enjoying reading The Patchwork City by Marco Garrido of @UChicagoSoc. https://t.co/XWfZ4wnNUv @UChicagoPress I esp appreciate the statement (below) on why researchers should take seriously the perspectives of those whose political views run counter to their own:

My department--Strategic Management @rotmanschool @UofT--is hiring an Asst Prof with a PhD in management, economics, or sociology. Apps due Nov 16. Please check out the full job description: https://t.co/7AA45mY1gQ

The problem-solving #sociology website is live! Thanks to the team that made it happen: Monica Prasad, @misoca, Miri Elihayu, @WiggsDevin. It’s a real service to the field. https://t.co/sYwco9B9Lg

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