Sunita Sah

Sunita Sah is KPMG Professor of Management Studies at the Cambridge Judge Business School.

Sunita Sah is an award-winning professor and organisational psychologist who has spent over a decade conducting ground-breaking research on advisor-advisee relationships, trust, conflicts-of-interest, disclosure and compliance. Her research has been published in top academic journals in management, medicine, economics and psychology, and also in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, and Scientific American.

Professor Sah’s research integrates the theories and methods of organisational behaviour, social psychology, behavioural economics, and judgment and decision making. She uses a multi-method approach of randomised laboratory and field experiments, surveys, qualitative analysis, and large real-world archival data sets.

Sah has an MD from University of Edinburgh, an MBA from London Business School, and a MS & PhD from Tepper Business School, Carnegie Mellon University.