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  • There's one question you must ask before solving any problem (it's also the most underrated management skill)
    Published: June 20, 2017
    Outlet: Inc.
    MIT Sloan Prof. Nelson Repenning says this skill is the best way to enhance individual and organizational problem-solving...
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    Simulating the future of climate policy
    Published: June 20, 2017
    Outlet: NPR's WCAI
    In the two and a half weeks since President Trump announced that the US would withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, there's been a lot of speculation about how the rest of the world will respond, and whether they can address climate change without the US on board. MIT Sloan's John Sterman plans to test exactly this idea with a simulation this Thursday.
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    MIT Sloan essay prompt 2017-2018
    Published: June 19, 2017
    Outlet: Clearadmit
    MIT Sloan has just posted its 2017-2018 essay prompt. An encore of last year’s change, the MIT Sloan application is foregoing the traditional essay requirement in favor of a cover letter and résumé. New this year, however, is the addition of a brief video statement.
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    Augmentation versus automation: AI's utility in the workplace
    Published: June 19, 2017
    Outlet: MIT Sloan Management Review
    On May 23, 2017, MIT Sloan hosted the 14th annual CIO Symposium: “The CIO Adventure: Now, Next and… Beyond.” The one-day event brought senior IT executives together to discuss key technologies, including IoT, AI, blockchain, big data, DevOps, cloud computing, and cybersecurity. This series highlights insightful sessions from the event.
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    ¿Pueden los mercados y los economistas vencer el cáncer?
    Published: June 17, 2017
    Outlet: Clarín (Argentina)
    “El cáncer nos toca a todos”. La frase no pertenece a un oncólogo sino a un economista, Andrew Lo, estadounidense, economista y profesor reconocido de MIT, Cambridge. En su último libro, Mercados adaptables: la evolución financiera a la velocidad del pensamiento, Lo expone una idea para encontrar una cura al cáncer: conformar un megafondo billonario que financie proyectos de investigación.
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    Why John Flannery's leadership could be a win for GE
    Published: June 15, 2017
    Outlet: Fortune (Opinion Piece)
    Hal Gregersen is executive director of the MIT Leadership Center and a senior lecturer in leadership and innovation at MIT Sloan. He writes: "With the news this week that Jeff Immelt is stepping down as CEO of GE and John Flannery is stepping up to the job, plenty of people are asking: What will Immelt's departure mean for GE's performance?"
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    New data analysis method merges previous study results
    Published: June 15, 2017
    Outlet: Information Management (Opinion Piece)
    MIT Sloan Prof. Hazhir Rahmandad writes: "There is a common problem often associated with managing data across scientific disciplines. As the stock of information rapidly grows through scientific discoveries, a major data management challenge emerges as data professionals try to tap prior research findings..."
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    It's time to stop blaming poor people for the financial crisis
    Published: June 15, 2017
    Outlet: The Washington Post
    A new paper co-authored by MIT Sloan Prof. Antoinette Schoar shows that the share of Americans owning homes increased the most among the well off, while that share actually declined among the poor.
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    A new b-school startup reinvents the MBA experience
    Published: June 15, 2017
    Outlet: Poets & Quants (Video)
    Long-time MIT Sloan Prof. Charles Fine is the founding President and Dean of the Asia School of Business. He literally took a blank sheet of paper and, with no legacy or politics, crafted the shape of what he believes is an ideal MBA program for the times.
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    When artificial intelligence is bad news for the boss
    Published: June 13, 2017
    Outlet: Financial Times
    Albert Einstein is supposed to have said: “Make things as simple as possible, but not simpler.” That advice, quoted in MACHINE, PLATFORM, CROWD, is well followed by MIT authors Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson in their latest business book, which tries to make sense of the “technology surge” that is bewildering so many executives.
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    Pizza proffer punctures privacy protection, prompts pals' perfidy
    Published: June 13, 2017
    Outlet: The Register (UK)
    In "Digital Privacy Paradox: Small Money, Small Costs, Small Talk," a paper published Monday through the National Bureau of Economic Research, authors Susan Athey, Christian Catalini and Catherine Tucker explore the disconnect between what people say about privacy and what they do.
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    MIT Accelerator Program underway
    Published: June 13, 2017
    Outlet: NECN (Video)
    The Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship has launched tens of thousands of companies that have generated hundreds of billions in annual revenues. Bill Aulet, managing director, joins NECN to talk about the center.
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    Lead(H)er: Vanessa Kafka, VP of Product Management at KAYAK
    Published: June 13, 2017
    Outlet: VentureFizz
    After four years at E&Y, Vanessa Kafka decided to attend MIT Sloan full-time to further her professional development and explore her interest in tech and business. The education at Sloan is driven by a hands-on approach to coursework through research projects, so Kafka started working on a project with a taxi hailing startup in the UK called Hailo.
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    Transforming today's bad jobs into tomorrow's good jobs
    Published: June 12, 2017
    Outlet: Harvard Business Review (Opinion Piece)
    Zeynep Ton is an adjunct associate professor in the operations management group at MIT Sloan and Sarah Kalloch is a research affiliate at MIT Sloan. They write: "All eyes are on the future of work and the impact that automation and machine learning will have on U.S. jobs..."
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    'Skenirali smo ljudski mozak i otkrili - kreditne kartice nam otvaraju apetite za kupnju'
    Published: June 11, 2017
    Outlet: JutarnjiLife (Croatia)
    Psihologija, ekonomija i neuroznanost. Te naizgled vrlo različite znanosti u svojoj izvanrednoj karijeri odlično povezuje Dražen Prelec, jedan od najuspješnijih hrvatskih znanstvenika u svijetu na području društvenih znanosti...
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    U.S. business schools embrace 'fintech' as students clamor for courses
    Published: June 9, 2017
    Outlet: Reuters
    "There is no ready-made teaching material that you can put together," Antoinette Schoar, a professor of finance at MIT Sloan, said in an interview. "You have to try your own curriculum or develop real life cases."
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    How AI and machine learning are helping drive the GE digital transformation
    Published: June 7, 2017
    Outlet: Forbes (Opinion Piece)
    "The GE transformation is an effort that is still in progress, but one which is increasingly looking like a success story, as chronicled in the 2016 MIT Sloan Management Review story 'GE's Big Bet on Data and Analytics,'" write Randy Bean and Thomas H. Davenport. Davenport is a research fellow at the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy.
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    Trump cited MIT climate data. Not so fast, researchers say
    Published: June 6, 2017
    Outlet: The Boston Globe
    John Sterman, an MIT researcher who works to analyze climate change scenarios, and Andrew Jones, a researcher with Climate Interactive, said their analysis shows that the current country level pledges under the Paris agreement would reduce the planet's warming by the year 2100 down from 4.2 degrees Celsius to 3.3 degrees Celsius, or nearly a full degree.
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    This is your brain on stocks
    Published: June 3, 2017
    Outlet: MarketWatch (Opinion Piece)
    MIT Sloan Prof. Andrew Lo writes: "Ever since I was a graduate student in economics, I've been struggling with the uncomfortable observation that economic theories often don't seem to work in practice..."
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    2017 Best EMBAs: Sharon Pian Chan, MIT Sloan
    Published: June 2, 2017
    Outlet: Poets & Quants for Executives |
    Poets & Quants included MIT Sloan's Sharon Pian Chan in their list of 2017 Best EMBAs. She is a “Seattleite Californian Asian American woman truth teller writer child of immigrants and refugees,” and currently VP of Innovation, Product & Development at The Seattle Times.
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    Interview: MIT's John Sterman and Wharton's Eric W. Orts on US withdrawal from Paris Agreement
    Published: June 1, 2017
    Outlet: Sirius XM Radio's Knowledge@Wharton (Audio)
    MIT Sloan's John Sterman and Wharton's Eric W. Orts discuss the negative impact of withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement.
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    Interview: Andrew Lo, MIT Sloan School of Management
    Published: June 1, 2017
    Outlet: Investment & Pensions Europe Magazine
    An interview with MIT Sloan Prof. Andrew Lo. His new book, ADAPTIVE MARKETS, seeks to reconcile “the apparent contradictions between the academic perspective of rational markets and the behavioural evidence to the contrary” into a consistent theory about how markets work, and why they can fail.
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    Financial regulation calls for 20/20 vision
    Published: June 1, 2017
    Outlet: Bloomberg View (Opinion Piece)
    Simon Johnson, who served as chief economist at the International Monetary Fund in 2007 and 2008, is a professor of entrepreneurship at MIT Sloan. He and Antonio Weiss write that weakening the Financial Stability Oversight Council will raise the odds of another crisis.
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    Why we shouldn't fear that artificial intelligence will steal our jobs
    Published: May 31, 2017
    Outlet: MarketWatch (Opinion Piece)
    Simon Johnson, a former chief economist of the IMF, is a professor at MIT Sloan and a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Jonathan Ruane teaches the global business of artificial intelligence and robotics at MIT Sloan.
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    Why AI will force businesses to rethink balance between the work of humans and machines
    Published: May 31, 2017
    Outlet: TechRepublic (Video)
    Erik Brynjolfsson, director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE), and Andrew McAfee, principal research scientist and co-director at the MIT IDE, have a new book out in June, MACHINE, PLATFORM, CROWD: HARNESSING OUR DIGITAL FUTURE.
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    2017 MIT CIO Symposium in photos: A SearchCIO snapshot
    Published: May 31, 2017
    Outlet: TechTarget's SearchCIO
    The theme at this year's MIT Sloan CIO Symposium in Cambridge, was all about "the CIO adventure." To help ensure a CIO's adventure is as minimally hazardous as possible, top CIOs and IT executives gathered at MIT's annual event to share their digital successes and pitfalls, and to offer best practices for competing in the digital economy.
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    How globalization sunk many Americans deeper in debt
    Published: May 30, 2017
    Outlet: MarketWatch (Opinion Piece)
    Erik Loualiche, assistant professor of finance at MIT Sloan, writes: "Even as U.S. policy makers continue to debate the relative advantages and drawbacks of globalization, it's abundantly clear that international trade is not the benevolent force it was once thought."
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    Meet the class of 2017's MVP entrepreneurs
    Published: May 26, 2017
    Outlet: The Boston Globe
    MIT Sloan's Lisa Conn helped roll out the Electome, an analytics tool that examined online communications related to the 2016 presidential election. MIT Sloan's Rei Goffer and Itai Zlotnik, and their co-founder Shimon Elkabetz, are building a startup around technology developed in Israel that might be able to provide more accurate, street-by-street-level weather forecasts.
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    How to stage an ICO (and answers to other lingering questions you might have)
    Published: May 24, 2017
    Outlet: TechCrunch
    TechCrunch spoke with MIT Sloan graduate Stan Miroshnik, who runs LA-based Argon Group, one of the first digital finance-focused investment banks. Miroshnik answered an array of questions about ICOs, including how these things get staged, how companies establish a value for their offerings, and more.
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    Create a finance committee at every public company
    Published: May 24, 2017
    Outlet: CFO (Opinion Piece)
    Robert C. Pozen, senior lecturer at MIT Sloan, writes: "Finance committees with economically savvy directors can help ease the burden of the audit committees that have a plethora of new detailed responsibilities. Specifically, these directors can fulfill a much-needed role of carefully considering and evaluating the broader financial issues facing companies today."
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    How to improve Boston's infrastructure future
    Published: May 23, 2017
    Outlet: The Boston Globe (Opinion Piece)
    MIT Sloan Prof. Charles Fine and his co-authors write, "Mayor Marty Walsh and his team deserve a great deal of credit for creating an enlightened, forward-looking vision for Boston's transportation future. The initiative Go Boston 2030 tackles a key challenge for the city: its aging mobility infrastructure..."
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    How inaction on climate change puts America's economy at risk
    Published: May 22, 2017
    Outlet: The Hill (Opinion Piece)
    Valerie Karplus, assistant professor of global economics and management at MIT Sloan, writes: "The election of Emmanuel Macron as president of France may have created an unlikely set of beneficiaries: U.S. climate scientists and clean energy innovators..."
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    Global Corporate Venturing Powerlist 2017: #1 Rajeev Misra
    Published: May 22, 2017
    Outlet: Global Corporate Venturing
    Rajeev Misra grew up in India before moving to the US to study at the University of Pennsylvania where he earned an engineering bachelor's and master's degrees. Three years later returning to education to gain an MBA from MIT Sloan.
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    The 10 most promising Data Science Masters programs in U.S.
    Published: May 21, 2017
    Outlet: Analytics India Magazine
    #1: Master of Business Analytics (Massachusetts Institute of Technology): MIT usually surfaces on top of such lists, as the analytics program they offer combines expertise from the Sloan School of Management with robust support from the MIT Operations Research Center.
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    Why it's not the end of America's brick and mortar retail stores
    Published: May 19, 2017
    Outlet: The Hill (Opinion Piece)
    Sharmila C. Chatterjee, Senior Lecturer in Marketing at MIT Sloan, writes "Even in a digital age, brick and mortar retailers have distinct advantages over e-commerce. But the other day, I watched as two stores totally blew those advantages..."
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    WannaCry fades, but worries remain
    Published: May 19, 2017
    Outlet: The Boston Globe
    "The government could take a stronger role,” said Stuart Madnick, professor of information technology at MIT Sloan, who suggested that business might be required to quickly patch known security weaknesses in their software. “You could have certain regulations just like you do for nuclear power plants and so on,” Madnick said.
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    Economic effects of restricting immigration called 'grim' in MIT report
    Published: May 18, 2017
    Outlet: Boston Business Journal
    Local firms depend heavily on immigrants, and "the implications of restricting immigration are grim indeed," according to the study compiled by Paul Osterman, a professor human resources and management at MIT Sloan, and two PhD students.
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    The world's most innovative growth companies 2017
    Published: May 17, 2017
    Outlet: Forbes
    Forbes released its annual list of the most innovative public companies with market values between $2 billion and $10 billion. Hal Gregersen, executive director of MIT’s Leadership Center, and Jeff Dyer, a professor at Brigham Young University, ran a sophisticated analysis to create the ranking. Included are links to opinion pieces by Gregerson and Dyer.
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    Digital transformation: MIT's Westerman shares new lessons
    Published: May 17, 2017
    Outlet: The Enterprisers Project
    As a Principal Research Scientist with the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, George Westerman leads the group's research portfolio on digital transformation. In his latest book, LEADING DIGITAL, Westerman and his colleagues studied more than 400 major organizations in traditional industries around the world to learn how they're using digital technology to innovate.
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    Four ways MIT advanced campus entrepreneurship this school year
    Published: May 17, 2017
    Outlet: Xconomy
    Bill Aulet—the managing director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship and a senior lecturer in MIT Sloan—has been appointed a “professor of the practice.”
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    Una nueva visión de mercados financieros adaptativos
    Published: May 16, 2017
    Outlet: El Economista (Mexico)
    En el libro Adaptive Markets: Financial Evolution at the Speed of Thought, del profesor e investigador del MIT Andrew Lo se plantea un concepto que busca explicar la contradicción entre ambas posturas, a partir de lo que denomina Mercados Adaptativos.
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    Digital business talent wars: MIT expert shares new strategies
    Published: May 16, 2017
    Outlet: The Enterprisers Project
    Kristine Dery, research scientist for the MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research (CISR), has been exploring the evolving digital workplace at the annual MIT Sloan CIO Symposium for the past several years.
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    Standout performances in the 2017 executive education rankings
    Published: May 14, 2017
    Outlet: Financial Times
    MIT Sloan is top for the quality of its participants for the first time in the open-enrollment ranking. Sloan's students have been in the top 10 for this measure since 2005.
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    Cressida Pollock on saving the crisis-stricken ENO
    Published: May 14, 2017
    Outlet: Financial Times
    Cressida Pollock is the chief executive of the English National Opera. To talk to the graduate of MIT Sloan (“the geekiest place on earth”) in her office — a disheveled mix of pine veneer furniture, gold theatre seats and stuffed armchairs at the Coliseum theatre in London's West End, where the ENO is based, is to meet a case study come to life.
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    Seeing past the hype around cognitive computing
    Published: May 11, 2017
    Outlet: Information Management (Opinion Piece)
    Jeanne Ross, a principal research scientist at MIT Sloan's Center for Information Systems Research (CISR), writes that their research "suggests that small experiments in cognitive computing may help tap the significant opportunities AI offers."
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    The rise of superstar firms has been better for investors than for employees
    Published: May 11, 2017
    Outlet: Harvard Business Review (Opinion Piece)
    MIT Sloan Prof. John Van Reenen and MIT Economics PhD Candidate Christina Patterson write: "In America, labor's share has been on the decline for about three decades, and it has accelerated since the turn of the century..."
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    Will your bank be on your side if it gets hit with a cyberattack?
    Published: May 10, 2017
    Outlet: The Hill (Opinion Piece)
    Douglas Criscitello, senior lecturer and executive director of the MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policy at MIT Sloan, writes: "Would your bank or brokerage stand by you in the event of such an attack or is cyber risk insurance necessary?"
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    Preparing for the cyberattack that will knock out U.S. power grids
    Published: May 10, 2017
    Outlet: Harvard Business Review (Opinion Piece)
    MIT Sloan Prof. Stuart Madnick writes: "In our research consortium at MIT Sloan, we have been studying ways that massive physical damage can happen to power grids and other industrial control systems through a cyberattack..."
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    Analizamos el futuro de la atención médica en salud
    Published: May 10, 2017
    Outlet: emol (Chile) (Video)
    Universidad de Chile junto al MIT reunirán a cientos de investigadores y líderes del rubro de la salud, que presentarán proyectos innovadores de la atención médica; bajar costos y mejorar servicios.
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    In Kenya, phones replace bank tellers
    Published: May 9, 2017
    Outlet: The New York Times
    How could mobile money raise incomes? “When bad stuff happens, people reach out to friends and family,” said Tavneet Suri, a Kenyan who is an associate professor of applied economics at MIT Sloan. “That's what M-Pesa helps them do.”
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    Good managers, not machines, drive productivity growth
    Published: May 9, 2017
    Outlet: BloombergView (Opinion Piece)
    MIT Sloan Prof. John Van Reenen writes: 'When people discuss what drives long-run productivity, they usually focus on technical change. But productivity is about more than robots, new drugs and self-driving vehicles..."
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    Get to know Snejina Zacharia
    Published: May 9, 2017
    Outlet: VentureFizz
    Snejina Zacharia learned about the MIT Sloan Fellows Program from a friend. It ended up being a perfect opportunity for her. “It was a good transition for me in terms of gaining more connections and learning many specific skills for starting a company,” said Zacharia. “The MIT experience was incredibly rewarding and inspiring.”
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    The problem with product proliferation
    Published: May 8, 2017
    Outlet: Harvard Business Review (Opinion Piece)
    Jeanne W. Ross and Martin Mocher of MIT Sloan's Center for Information Systems Research (CISR) write: "We have found that successful innovators follow three principles to help them recover from—or avoid altogether—the downside of innovation..."
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    Security surprises arising from the Internet of Things
    Published: May 8, 2017
    Outlet: Forbes (Opinion Piece)
    MIT Sloan Prof. Stuart Madnick writes: "Threats to IoT can be divided into two categories. First, devices are taken over to do something they are not intended to do, like a security camera that becomes part of a botnet attack. But also devices can be commandeered to do exactly what they are intended to do but in a devious way."
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    Adaptive market hypothesis: Andrew Lo's groundbreaking work combining rational and behavioral market theory
    Published: May 6, 2017
    Outlet: Business Insider
    MIT Prof. Andrew Lo might be the most highly respected academic in financial theory. He's closely followed by the most sophisticated hedge funds. Recently, he was named one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world.
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    2017 Best MBAs: Sally Lambert, MIT Sloan
    Published: May 6, 2017
    Outlet: Poets & Quants
    MIT Sloan MBA Sally Lambert "is genuinely a shining light in our MBA student body," says MIT Sloan Prof. Wanda Orlikowski.
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    2017 Best MBAs: Carolyn Escobar Kent, MIT Sloan
    Published: May 6, 2017
    Outlet: Poets & Quants
    MIT Sloan Prof. Simon Johnson says Carolyn Escobar Kent “is an outstanding student and member of our community. I have been teaching MBAs since 1991 and I cannot remember anyone who has contributed so much and in so many ways."
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    World's Top 30 Education Professionals for 2017
    Published: May 4, 2017
    Outlet: Global Gurus
    Otto Scharmer was ranked #1 in the Education category by Global Gurus in their 2017 ranking. Scharmer is a Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan, as well as a Thousand Talents Program Professor at Tsinghua University and co-founder of the Presencing Institute.
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    Building skills for an inclusive economy
    Published: May 4, 2017
    Outlet: WGBH (Video)
    The MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE) hosted a panel highlighting how technology can close the skills gap, increase equity, and build a more inclusive economy. The panel was moderated by Innovation Hub's Kara Miller.
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    The board's role in share repurchases
    Published: May 3, 2017
    Outlet: MIT Sloan Management Review (Opinion Piece)
    MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Robert C. Pozen writes: "Share repurchases are something to which directors should pay more attention. Specifically, directors should carefully consider the capital allocated to repurchases relative to the company's realistic opportunities for value creation through internal development or external acquisitions."
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    Can the market be both rational and irrational?
    Published: May 3, 2017
    Outlet: Fintech Finance
    A groundbreaking new book by award-winning financial expert and MIT Prof. Andrew W. Lo addresses the basic question facing both economists and anyone with investments in the stock market: Are financial markets rational and efficient, as modern financial theory assumes, or irrational and inefficient, as behavioral economists believe?
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    The six best data science master's degree courses in the US
    Published: May 2, 2017
    Outlet: Forbes
    The only program on this list billed as business analytics rather than data science, MIT's graduate analytics option (Master of Business Analytics) is however focused on applying data science tools to business problems. Students receive a grounding in the R statistical programming language as well as Big Data analytical tools and methodologies.
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    Reinventando el sistema de chileno
    Published: May 2, 2017
    Outlet: El Mercurio (Chile) (Opinion Piece)
    Lee Ullmann, Director of the MIT Sloan Latin America Office, and his co-authors write: "El crecimiento económico, la urbanización y la creciente riqueza están teniendo un profundo impacto en la salud de los latinoamericanos. Muy poco de esto es positivo, especialmente en Chile..."
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    Jane launches new cannabis search site with real time inventory data
    Published: May 1, 2017
    Outlet: Forbes
    MIT Sloan graduate Socrates Rosenfeld founded Jane, a new online search engine that is combining cannabis product search with real-time availability. The site also uses a smart search function to help customers determine what they might work for a specific need and then locate the product and even reserve it for pick up or delivery.
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    The limit does not exist: It's going to be okay
    Published: May 1, 2017
    Outlet: Forbes (Podcast)
    Kathleen Stetson is an opera singer, acoustical engineer, startup entrepreneur, and non-profit founder. She co-founded the arts festival, Hacking Arts, while pursuing her MBA at MIT. She is a guest on the first-ever live show of "The Limit Does Not Exist," a podcast from Forbes.
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    How to boil down a pile of diverse research papers into one cohesive picture
    Published: May 1, 2017
    Outlet: The Conversation (Opinion Piece)
    MIT Sloan's Mohammad S. Jalali writes: "My colleagues Hazhir Rahmandad and Kamran Paynabar and I have developed a new, more robust way to pull together all the prior research on a particular topic."
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    'Those jobs are gone'
    Published: April 30, 2017
    Outlet: The Chronicle of Higher Education
    Andrew McAfee, a research scientist at MIT Sloan, has been talking about the political ramifications of automated labor for years. He is a co-author of two books on the topic, RACE AGAINST THE MACHINE and THE SECOND MACHINE AGE, and has been a regular at conferences where prosperous brainiacs discuss the future.
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    Can Uber evolve – quickly?
    Published: April 30, 2017
    Outlet: Entrepreneur (Opinion Piece)
    Court Chilton, a senior lecturer at MIT Sloan, writes: "Uber needs to repair its reputation, shift its culture and continue to grow sustainably. Shifting culture and leadership norms is hard, but there are a number of moves that could help Uber evolve more quickly..."
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