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Shefali V. Patil is an Assistant Professor of Management at the McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin. She studies how employees perceived conflict with the public affects their decision making, attitudes, and performance--and how employees political ideologies shape this perceived conflict. She is currently examining these questions in the context of law enforcement. She received her PhD from the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, and her bachelor of science degree, summa cum laude, in Management and Marketing from the Stern School of Business, New York University.

Publications

S. L. Blader, Shefali Patil, and D. Packer. 2017. Organizational Identification and Workplace Behavior: More Than Meets the Eye. Research in Organizational Behavior, forthcoming.
Shefali Patil, P.E. Tetlock, and Barbara A. Mellers. 2017. Accountability Systems and Group Norms: Balancing the Risks of Mindless Conformity and Reckless Deviation. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 30(2), 282-303.
P.E. Tetlock, F. Vieider, Shefali Patil, and A.M. Grant. 2013. Accountability and Ideology: When Left Looks Right and Right Looks Left. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 122(1), 22-35.
A.M. Grant and Shefali Patil. 2012. Challenging the Norm of Self-Interest: Minority Influence and Transitions to Helping Norms in Work Units. Academy of Management Review 37(4), 547-568.
Shefali Patil, F. Vieider, and P.E. Tetlock. 2012. Process and Outcome Accountability, in Oxford Handbook of Public Accountability, M. Bovens, R.E. Goodin, and T. Schillemans, eds.
N.P. Rothbard and Shefali Patil. 2010. Being There: Work Engagement and Positive Organizational Scholarship, in Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship, K. Cameron and G. Spreitzer, eds. Oxford University Press.

Professional Awards

Best Symposium Award, Academy of Management, Organizational Behavior Division2014