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The Takeaways: MIT Sloan Faculty Members Offer Their Perspectives

Our faculty members generate distinctive and celebrated research that analyzes today’s business challenges and develops transformative solutions and insights. Collected here are perspectives from faculty members pulled from various media sources.

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Matt Marx and Bill Aulet on the United States’ loss of global talent...
“Innovation-driven entrepreneurs are the engine of a vibrant economy. Their high levels of education and their pursuit of global markets and rapid expansion create jobs and economic prosperity. And many of them, such as these MIT students, were not born in the United States.”

“ U.S. Immigration Policy Is Killing Entrepreneurship. Here’s What to Do About It,”
Forbes Leadership Forum, January 9, 2013
Matthew Marx is the Alvin J. Siteman (1948) Career Development Professor of Entrepreneurship and William Aulet is a Senior Lecturer and the Managing Director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship

Caroline Flammer on business values...
“ ‘Companies reported to behave responsibly towards the environment experience a significant stock price increase, whereas firms that behave irresponsibly face a significant stock price decrease.’ In general, she argues that corporate social responsibility ‘generates new and competitive resources for firms.’ ”

“A CFO Questions Business Values,”
CFO Magazine, December 19, 2012
Caroline Flammer is a Lecturer in Global Economics and Management

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