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News

A new(ish) drug

Professor seeks policy changes to encourage innovation in drug development.

New research: interest rate cuts don't shift corporate investment

Professor dispels conventional wisdom about how and when companies decide to spend.

MIT Sloan professor appointed to U.S. Treasury committee

Simon Johnson will provide advice on financial stability.

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Expert Insights

Otto Scharmer

Otto Scharmer: Prototyping the 21st-century university

Higher education needs a fundamental shift in perspective.

Sharmila Chatterjee

Sharmila Chatterjee: Cultivating a holistic approach

An MBA track for students who will manage and lead in large organizations.

Andrei Kirilenko

Andrei Kirilenko: Here’s proof that Wall Street regulators listen to you

A new algorithm measures how government rules respond to public sentiment.

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Events

Aug. 20

Master of Finance Information Session: Washington, D.C.

Learn about applying to MIT Sloan's one-year program in finance.

Aug. 28

MIT Sloan Latin America - China Conference

Business leaders and policy advisors meet to discuss prospects for economic growth.

Sept. 2

MIT Sloan on the Road: San Francisco

Join alumni and admissions representatives to learn about attending MIT Sloan.

Community

In career guidance, an ‘a-ha’ moment

Meet Banu and Tom Atkinson, the co-chairs of the MIT Sloan Alumni Board.

Alumnus’s SCiO searches physical world

Consumer Physics launches hand-held spectrometer to analyze chemical makeup of objects.

Remembering Warren Bennis, a “giant in leadership”

Professor developed his humanistic view of leadership at MIT Sloan, advised U.S. presidents.

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