Wiley is interested in why people might feel good after doing bad things, how feelings of community and gratitude may motivate groups to engage in questionable (but supportive) behavior, and how poorly calibrated expectations can lead to disaster. He relies on field data, experiments, and archival data to examine these phenomenon, and genuinely wonders what sort of trouble you can get up to when you write about yourself in the third person.
His work has been published in Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Harvard Business Review, been part of best paper proceedings at the Academy of Management, been nominated for best paper at European Group of Organizational Studies, and won best student paper at the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Studies.
He received his PhD in Organizational Behavior from London Business School, MSc in Psychology from University College London, and BA in Political Science from Hobart College. When he is not working or thinking about working, he is sailing or thinking about sailing.