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Noah Askin is an Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD in Fontainebleau. Noah’s research interests include social and cultural networks, status, the production and consumption of music, authenticity, organizations, and higher education in the United States.
His current research focuses on two distinct areas. The first is the role and impact of status among colleges and universities in the United States. The second is on music: chart and industry dynamics, perceptions of authenticity, and cultural innovation.
Noah received a joint PhD from the University of Chicago’s Sociology department and Chicago’s Booth School of Business. He also has an MA in Sociology from the University of Chicago and an MBA from Booth, as well as an AB in Psychology from Harvard University. Prior to graduate school, he spent time as a management consultant and as an early member of a start-up in the education space.
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