Specialisation : Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour
Status : PhD graduate
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Elizabeth Ramberg is a doctoral student at Toulouse School of Management, supervised by Kevin Carillo and Secil Bayraktar at TBS Research Centre. Her research focuses on the use of artificial intelligence in human resource management. She is especially interested in full algorithmic decision making & delegation in HRM. Previously she defended a masters thesis on remote organizational socialization (onboarding) and another on overwork among tech workers.
Prior to her graduate studies, Elizabeth worked 8+ years in Silicon Valley and San Francisco (USA) in the technology sector in both business and technical roles. This experience, along with her personal interests, led her to her interdisciplinary research topic.
She previously obtained a MSc in Human Resources Management from TSM and a MSc in International Business. In addition, she has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Women’s Studies from the University of California at Santa Barbara (USA).
Elizabeth has held leadership and volunteer roles throughout her life, most recently as the 2020-2021 TSM MSc Class Delegate. Prior to moving to France, she served 5 years as the chapter advisor of a student group at Stanford University (USA). In addition, she previously was a volunteer at non-profits & philanthropic organizations focused on women's issues, sustainability, mentorship, and crisis services.
- Human Resource Management
- Artificial Intelligence
- Algorithmic Decision Making
- Personnel Management
- Machine Learning
- Information Systems
- Organizational Behavior
- International Management
- 2021 - MSc, Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour / Toulouse School of Management
- 2019 - MSc, International Business / Léonard de Vinci Business School
- 2014 - Certificate Programme, Sciences, Information Technology - Web Development
- 2006 - Bachelor of Arts, Women's Studies / University of California, Santa Barbara