Yanhua Zhou is a doctoral candidate in the joint program in Organizational Behavior and Sociology at Harvard University. She studies how external institutions and social/legal environments, organizational structures, and organizations’ identities influence corporate social practices and corporate sustainability.Empirical contexts include global supplier factories' labor conditions, American Credit Unions' investment behaviors, and Chinese public firms' environmental penalties, etc. Yanhua holds a M.A. in Organization & Management, a B.A. in Sociology and a B.A. in Economics from Peking University.