In “The foundation and future of finance,” MIT Sloan’s renowned Finance faculty reexamines the global financial crisis of 2008. Through research, teaching, and outreach, they seek ways to ensure a stable system in the future.
Deans Emeriti Glen L. Urban and Richard L. Schmalensee reflect on their careers, accomplishments and contributions in “Service, leadership, scholarship: Celebrating two extraordinary careers.”
Professor Katherine C. Kellogg, PhD ’05, spent two and a half years examining the complex ways that institutional reforms are accepted, or rejected, when they challenge long–standing beliefs, roles, and systems of authority. In this summary of her new book, Challenging Operations: Medical Reform and Resistance in Surgery, she shares her experience, and her recommendations for affecting change.