The PhD thesis is the culmination of a student’s work in the program—the student’s first major research effort and a launching pad into a career in academia. Some recent thesis titles are listed below. To request copies of an MIT thesis, please contact Institute Archives.
Yuri Loktionov Does Accounting Quality Mitigate Risk Shifting?
Jialan WangEssays in Human Capital and Financial Economics
Matthew SeloveThree Essays on Strategic and Tactical Issues in Product Design
Anshuman TripathyWork Distribution in Global Product Development Organizations
Jason J. JayParadoxes of Hybrid Organizing in the Cambridge Energy Alliance
Joe HsuehDynamics of High Performance Work Practices and Shared Capitalism Policies in a Startup Company
Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, & Strategic Management
Ethan MollickEssays on Individuals and Organizations
J.C. Penney Professor of Management
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