Jack McGuire is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. He received his PhD in Management & Organization from the National University of Singapore Business School and his MSc from University College London. Prior to this, he was an Experimental Lab Manager and Research Assistant at the University of Cambridge, Judge Business School.
Jack's research examines the psychological consequences of artificial intelligence and its increasing application in the workplace. This work has been published in Journal of Business Ethics, Computers in Human Behavior, International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction, and Harvard Business Review, among others.
- Ph.D., Management and Organizations, National University of Singapore, 2019 – 2023
- M.Sc., Social Cognition, University College London, 2016 – 2017
- M.A. (Hons), Psychology, University of Glasgow, 2012 – 2016
- McGuire, J., De Cremer, D., Hesselbarth, Y., De Schutter, L., Mai, M., & Van Hiel, A (2023). The reputational and ethical consequences of deceptive chatbot use. Scientific Reports, 13(1), 16246.
- Narayanan, D., Nagpal, M., McGuire, J., Schweitzer, S., & De Cremer, D. (2023). Fairness Perceptions of Artificial Intelligence: A Review and Path Forward. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction, 1-20.
- McGuire, J., & De Cremer, D. (2022). Algorithms, leadership, and morality: why a mere human effect drives the preference for human over algorithmic leadership. AI and Ethics, 1-18.
- De Cremer, D., Narayanan, D., Deppeler, A., Nagpal, M., & McGuire, J. (2022). The road to a human-centred digital society: opportunities, challenges and responsibilities for humans in the age of machines. AI and Ethics, 2(4), 579-583.
- De Cremer, D., & McGuire, J. (2022). Human–Algorithm Collaboration Works Best if Humans Lead (Because it is Fair!). Social Justice Research, 1-23.
- Haasevoets, T., De Cremer, D., De Schutter, L., McGuire, J., Jian, X., Yang, Y., & Van Hiel, A. (2021). Transparency and Control in Email Communication: The More the Supervisor is Put in cc the Less Trust is Felt. Journal of Business Ethics, 168, 733-753.
- Haesevoets, T., De Cremer, D., & McGuire, J. (2020). How the use of Cc, Bcc, forward, and rewrite in email communication impacts team dynamics. Computers in Human Behavior, 112, 106478.