Joel Gehman is Assistant Professor of Strategic Management and Organization. He studies the strategies and practices organizations pursue in response to concerns related to sustainability and values, and how concerns related to sustainability and values impact technology innovation and institutional policies and vice versa. His work has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Studies, Research Policy, Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review, Environmental Practice, and Research in the Sociology of Work. Ongoing research examines these issues in the context of shale gas drilling, hydraulic fracturing patents, social benefit corporations, multinational divestitures, climate change, energy risk perspectives, and organizational codes of conduct, among others. He previously spent 13 years in industry as an entrepreneur, manager and executive in the areas of management consulting, business development, technology management, and marketing strategy. He graduated from Cornell University (B.S.) and the Pennsylvania State University (Ph.D.).