PhD, Organizational Behavior and Industrial Relations, UC Berkeley
At Haas since 2006
2006 - Present, Professor, Sociology and Business, UC Berkeley
1998 - 2007, Professor, Columbia University, Graduate School of Business
1994 - 1999, Associate to Full Professor, Cornell University, Johnson Graduate School of Management
1990 - 1994, Assistant to Associate Professor, Duke University, Fuqua School of Business
Current Research and Interests
Selected Papers and Publications
Goldstein, Adam, and Heather A. Haveman. 2013. Pulpit and press: Denominational dynamics and the growth of religious magazines in antebellum America. American Sociological Review, 78 (5): 797-827.
David, Robert J., Wesley D. Sine, and Heather A. Haveman. 2013. Seizing opportunity in emerging fields: How entrepreneurs legitimated the professional form of management consulting. Organization Science, 24 (2): 356-377.
Haveman, Heather A., Jacob Habinek, and Leo A. Goodman. 2012. How entrepreneurship evolves: The founders of new magazines in America, 1741-1860. Administrative Science Quarterly, 57 (4): 585-624.
Haveman, Heather A., and Lauren S. Beresford. 2012. If you’re so smart, why aren’t you the boss? Explaining the persistent vertical gender gap in management. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 639: 114-130.
Evaluation of Evidence, Soc 5
Organizations, Soc 280D
Research Design , Soc 275
Sociology of Entrepreneurship, Soc 190
Honors and Awards
2008 Invited to participate in 2008 Nobel Symposium on the Foundations of Organization
2005 Elected to the Sociological Research Association
2001 Best Symposium, Academy of Management, Organization & Management Theory Division
1999-2007 Faculty Fellow, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, Columbia University
1997-1998 Clifford H. Whitcomb Faculty Fellow, Cornell University
1997 Max Weber Award from the Organizations, Occupations, and Work Section of the American Sociological Association (best paper published in the last three years, for Haveman and Cohen, 1994 AJS)
1990 Lou Pondy Award, from the Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management (best paper from a dissertation, later published as Haveman, 1992 ASQ)