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Robert Chico

Ph.D. Student

Academic Department: Management & Organization

Area of Specialization: Management


BA, Knox College (2015)
MBA, Aurora University (2020)
MS, Arizona State University (2022)

Research Interests

My research interests are on employee voice, intersectionality, leader identity, and research methods.


Trinh, M. P., Chico, R. J., Reed, R. M. (2023). How fun overcame fear: The gamification of a graduate-level statistics course. Journal of Management Education. https://doi.org/10.1177/10525629231181120

Faculty Collaborators

Christopher M. Barnes

Working Papers

Trinh, M. P., van Esch, C., Castillo, E. A., & Chico, R. J. (Data Analysis & Writing). How gender-based micro-inequalities lead to macro-inequalities: An examination of time usage in the U.S. before and after COVID-19 and implications on career advancements. Target: Academy of Management Discoveries
Chico, R. J., Lester, G. V., & Trinh, M. P. (Data Analysis & Writing). Teaching promotive and prohibitive voice behaviors using role-play: An experiential exercise. Target: Journal of Management Education