vana V. Katic is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at Yale School of Management (SOM). She is interested in the ways in which firms actively shape their institutional environments, as well as the broader societal consequences of corporate political activity. One specific area of focus in her research are antecedents and consequences of the revolving door between regulated firms and regulatory agencies. In other projects, Ivana examines the impact of business elites on democracy, the effects of income inequality on subjective wellbeing, as well as how federal contractors are punished for acts of misconduct. Ivana received her PhD in Management from Columbia Business School. At SOM, she teaches non-market strategy and an immersive course in international business, as well as the PhD pre-seminar.