Organization and Human Resources
PhD, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
PhD, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
MSc, London School of Economics, England
MSc, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
BSc, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Paek, J. J. W., Goya-Tocchetto, D. & Wade-Benzoni, K. A. (Forthcoming). The Andrew Carnegie Effect: Legacy motives increase the intergenerational allocation of wealth to collective causes. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Goya-Tocchetto, D., Kay, A. C., and Payne, B. K. (Accepted). Can selecting the most qualified candidate be unfair? Learning about socioeconomic advantages and disadvantages reduces the perceived fairness of meritocracy and increases support for socioeconomic diversity initiatives in organizations. Journal of Experimental Psychology General.
Goya-Tocchetto, D. and Davidai, S. (2022) Reducing class-based prejudice with simple reminders of how socioeconomic background impacts individual achievements. Academy of Management Proceedings. *Best Paper
Goya‐Tocchetto, D., & Payne, B. K. (2022). How economic inequality shapes thought and action. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 32(1), 146-161.
Jachimowicz, J. M., Davidai, S., Goya‐Tocchetto, D., Szaszi, B., Day, M. V., Tepper, S. J., ... & Hauser, O. P. (2022). Inequality in researchers’ minds: Four guiding questions for studying subjective perceptions of economic inequality. Journal of Economic Surveys.
Goya-Tocchetto, D., Kay, A. C., Vuletich, H., Vonasch, A., & Payne, K. (2022). The partisan trade-off bias: When political polarization meets policy trade-offs. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 98, 104231.
* Covered by Politico