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Mark Kritzman wins two Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Outstanding Article Awards

MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Mark Kritzman has won two Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Outstanding Article Awards, which recognize research excellence in the theory and practice of portfolio management. These annual awards for articles appearing in The Journal of Portfolio Management are based on subscriber voting. The first winning paper, "Liquidity and Portfolio Choice: A Unified Approach" (The Journal of Portfolio Management, Winter 2013), is co-authored with Will Kinlaw and David Turkington (both of State Street). The article illustrates innovative techniques for investors to determine the optimal allocation to illiquid assets. Mark's second awarded paper, "Risk Disparity" (The Journal of Portfolio Management, Fall 2013), addresses how to balance growth of portfolio wealth over time with avoidance of large draw-downs.
Faculty: Mark Kritzman

Mark Kritzman receives the 2013 Peter L. Bernstein Award

MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer, Mark Kritzman, has won the 2013 Peter L. Bernstein Award for Best Paper in an Institutional Investor Journal. The award honors outstanding, compelling research published in any of Institutional Investor's 10 journals over the past year. The winning paper, "Liquidity and Portfolio Choice: A Unified Approach" (The Journal of Portfolio Management, Winter 2013), is co-authored with Will Kinlaw and David Turkington (both of State Street). The article illustrates how managers can employ simulation techniques to quantify how much their unique portfolios benefit from liquidity or suffer from illiquidity. It also shows how they can use this information to construct portfolios that take liquidity considerations into account.
Faculty: Mark Kritzman

World Federation of Exchanges to award the 2013 WFE Award for Excellence to Nobel Laureates Robert C. Merton and Myron S. Scholes

The 2013 WFE Award for Excellence will be awarded to Professor Robert C. Merton, MIT Sloan School of Management, and Professor Myron Scholes, Stanford Graduate School of Business and the late Fischer Black, former Director of the Quantitative Strategies Group at Goldman Sachs, in recognition of their development of the groundbreaking Black-Scholes Model in 1973. The WFE Award for Excellence is presented annually in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the advancement of regulated exchange markets. The Award acknowledges innovation and advancement leading to greater understanding and better usage of the world's capital markets.
Faculty: Robert C. Merton

Katherine Kellogg is the recipient of the first annual Best Published Paper Award from the Organization and Management Theory (OMT) division of the Academy of Management.

Katherine Kellogg is the recipient of the first annual Best Published Paper Award from the Organization and Management Theory (OMT) division of the Academy of Management. Kate's winning paper, "Operating Room: Relational Spaces and Microinstitutional Change in Surgery," appeared in the November 2009 issue of the American Journal of Sociology.
Faculty: Kate Kellogg

Jared Curhan (with doctoral student/co-author Ashley Brown) received the "Outstanding Theoretical Paper" award.

Jared Curhan (with his MIT Sloan doctoral student/co-author Ashley Brown) received the "Outstanding Theoretical Paper" award from the International Association for Conflict Management (IACM) at its 23rd Annual Conference held in Boston in late June. The winning paper, entitled "The other edge of the sword: Parallel and divergent effects on objective and subjective value in negotiation," will appear in the forthcoming Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship (Oxford University Press).
Faculty: Jared Curhan

Thomas Kochan has been elected to the National Academy of Arbitrators

Tom Kochan has been elected to the National Academy of Arbitrators, whose members are chosen by involved parties to hear and decide labor and employment arbitration cases in private industry, the public sector, and non-profits in both the United States and Canada.
Faculty: Thomas Kochan

Yasheng Huang has recently been selected in the first class of Research Associates and Fellows of the National Asia Research Program

Professor Yasheng Huang has recently been selected in the first class of Research Associates and Fellows of the National Asia Research Program (NARP), a joint project of the National Bureau of Asian Research and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Yasheng and his SHASS colleague Professor M. Taylor Fravel were selected for their excellent research on policy issues of importance to United States interests in Asia.
Faculty: Yasheng Huang

Don Rosenfield received the 2009 Joseph A. Martore (1975) Excellence in Teaching Award

Don Rosenfield (Director of the MIT Leaders for Global Operations (LGO) Program as well as Senior Lecturer at Sloan) received the 2009 Joseph A. Martore (1975) Excellence in Teaching Award. This honor is given to a full-time member of the ESD (Engineering Systems Division) faculty or teaching staff in recognition of outstanding contributions to an ESD academic program in the areas of education and program development.
Faculty: Don Rosenfield

John Hauser's, Glen Urban's, and Michael Braun's article "Website Morphing" has won an Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence

John Hauser's, Glen Urban's, and Michael Braun's article "Website Morphing" (co-authored with Guilherme Liberali of Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Brazil) has been selected as one of the 50 best articles published in 2009 in management and has therefore won an Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence. Their article was published in Marketing Science (Vol. 28, No. 2, March-April 2009).
Faculty: John Hauser

Professor Andrew Lo elected to the Academy of Arts and Sciences

Andrew Lo, Charles E. and Susan T. Harris Professor, is one of the 198 new members elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Members of the Academy include some of the world’s most accomplished scholars, scientists, writers, artists, and civic, corporate, and philanthropic leaders.
Faculty: Andrew Lo

Professor Leonid Kogan wins 2013 Crowell Second Prize from PanAgora Asset Management's Quantitative Research Institute

MIT Sloan Professor of Finance Leonid Kogan won for his paper "Technological Innovation, Resource Allocation, and Growth" co-authored with D. Papanikolaou of Kellogg, A. Seru of Chicago Booth, and N. Stoffman of Indiana University's Kelley School of Business. The prize, which recognizes contributions to the field of quantitative asset management, provides a forum for new and cutting-edge research that connects theory and practice, in support of the continued development of the science of economics. The prize is named in honor of PanAgora's founder, the late Dr. Richard A. Crowell, a pioneer in the field of quantitative investing.
Faculty: Leonid Kogan

MIT Sloan faculty win first and second Roger F. Murray Prize from the Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance

Mark Kritzman, Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan, won the Roger F. Murray Prize for his presentation entitled "Systemic Risk: Applications for Investors and Policy Makers" (co-authored with William Kinlaw and David Turkington of State Street). Professors Jun Pan and Jiang Wang were awarded second prize for their presentation of "Noise as Information for Illiquidity" (co-authored with Grace Xing Hu, University of Hong Kong).
Faculty: Mark Kritzman

Professor Antoinette Schoar named one of the top 10 academics by aiCIO magazine

MIT Sloan Professor Antoinette Schoar has been named one of the top 10 academics influencing the institutional investment industry by aiCIO magazine. Schoar joins a group of academics who have significantly aided pensions, endowments, foundations, and sovereign wealth funds, as well as institutional investors who are fulfilling their obligations to stakeholders.
Faculty: Antoinette Schoar

Professor Stewart Myers awarded honorary degree by Lancaster University

Lancaster University awarded an honorary degree to one of the world's most distinguished financial economists - Professor Stewart C. Myers - at December's graduation ceremonies.
Faculty: Stewart Myers

Professor Steve Ross has been awarded the $200,000 2012 Onassis Prize for Finance

This prestigious honor recognizes Professor Ross' significant lifetime contributions to the field: "Professor Ross is best known for having invented 'arbitrage pricing theory' and the 'theory of agency.' He is also celebrated as the co-discoverer of 'risk neutral pricing' and of the 'binomial model' for pricing derivatives."
Faculty: Steve Ross

Andrew Lo has won the first-ever Harry M. Markowitz Award with co-author Mark T. Mueller

Andrew Lo has won the first-ever Harry M. Markowitz Award with co-author Mark T. Mueller for their paper "Warning: Physics Envy May Be Hazardous to Your Wealth!" The award honors the best paper appearing in the Journal of Investment Management (JOIM) during 2010. Sponsored jointly by JOIM and New Frontier Advisors, LLC, the award was established to honor the legacy of Dr. Markowitz's work and its seminal impact on both theoretical finance and the practice of asset management, as well as to support future research and innovation in practical investment management. Papers were judged based on their practical significance, technical excellence, and theoretical quality.
Faculty: Andrew Lo

Adrien Verdelhan was the First Prize recipient of the Terker Family Prizes in Investment Research

Adrien Verdelhan (with co-authors Hanno Lustig of UCLA Anderson and Nikolai Roussanov of Wharton) was the First Prize recipient of the Terker Family Prizes in Investment Research for the period June 1, 2008 - May 31, 2009.
Faculty: Adrien Verdelhan

Michael Cusumano has been named one of the top 50 Agenda Setters in Information Technology

Michael Cusumano has been named one of the top 50 2009 Agenda Setters in Information Technology by silicon.com "for altering the way the business cycle of tech firms is viewed."
Faculty: Michael Cusumano

Gustavo Manso has won the 2009 Swiss Finance Institute (SFI) Outstanding Paper Award for his paper

Gustavo Manso has won the 2009 Swiss Finance Institute (SFI) Outstanding Paper Award for his paper (co-authored with Bruce Carlin) entitled "Obfuscation, Learning, and the Evolution of Investor Sophistication." The Institute is a private foundation created by Switzerland's banking and finance community in cooperation with leading Swiss universities. Gustavo has been invited to present the paper to both academics and finance practitioners in Switzerland next spring. This annual award for an unpublished research paper making an outstanding contribution to the field of finance was formerly known as the FAME Research Prize.
Faculty: Gustavo Manso

Matt Marx has recently been honored with two awards

First, Marx received a 2009 Wyss Award for Excellence in Doctoral Research from Harvard Business School. Second, earlier this month in Chicago at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Marx received the TIM (Technology and Innovation Management) Division Best Student Paper Award for his paper "Good Work If You Can Get It...Again: Non-Competes Technical Expertise, and Staffing Small Firms."
Faculty: Matt Marx

Jason Davis collected three awards at the recent Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meeting in Chicago

His dissertation, "Collaborative Innovation, Organizational Symbiosis, and the Embeddedness of Strategy," won the Technology and Innovation Management (TIM) Division Best Dissertation Award. Jason's first paper from this dissertation, "Rotating Leadership and Symbiotic Organization: Relationship Processes in the Context of Collaborative Innovation," garnered him both the TIM Division Best Paper Award and the Academy-wide William H. Newman Award (for best paper based on a recent dissertation).
Faculty: Jason Davis

Kristin Forbes has been named a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations

Kristin Forbes was named a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), a nonpartisan and independent national membership organization, think tank, and publisher. The CFR is dedicated to being a resource for policymakers and interested citizens to help them better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other countries.
Faculty: Kristin Forbes

Sr. Associate Dean Alan White awarded an Honorary Professorship at the School of Management at Fudan University

Alan was recognized as the architect of Sloan's China Management Education Project, which has contributed greatly to the development of Fudan's IMBA program (and which has been an anchor of Sloan's international educational programs).
Faculty: Alan White

John Little was honored at a "John D. C. Little Festschrift Celebration," which took place at the 2009 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference

John Little was honored by friends, colleagues, former students, and many others at a "John D. C. Little Festschrift Celebration," which took place June 6-7 at the 2009 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference held at the University of Michigan. A festschrift is a volume of papers written to honor an individual, which in John's case will eventually include about twenty papers and be published in 2010. Among John's achievements, he is famous for Little's Law in queuing, decision calculus models for marketing managers, his paper on marketing decision support systems, and his role in creating marketing science as a field. Other well-known research by John includes papers on choosing advertising media schedules, adaptive control of promotional spending, brand-size choice models calibrated on scanner panel data, and marketing mix models for consumer packaged goods.
Faculty: John Little

Glen Urban was named a Fellow of ISMS at the 2009 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference

Glen Urban was named a Fellow of ISMS (the INFORMS Society for Marketing Science) at the 2009 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference, held earlier this month at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. The Fellows Awards are given in recognition of cumulative long-term contributions in research, practice, education, and service to the ISMS's efforts to improve the understanding and practice of marketing. Glen shares this honor with Sloan colleagues and inaugural (2008) Fellows John Hauser and John Little.
Faculty: Glen Urban

Ed Schein is the recipient of the 2009 Distinguished Practitioner Scholar Award, an Academy of Management (AOM) Career Achievement Award

Ed Schein is the recipient of the 2009 Distinguished Practitioner Scholar Award, an Academy of Management (AOM) Career Achievement Award. This award recognizes, over the course of a career, significant contributions in using practice-based learning to influence theory and/or research-based theory to influence the practice of management.
Faculty: Ed Schein

Damon Centola is the co-winner of an American Sociological Association (ASA) Section Award: the 2009 Outstanding Article Publication Award in Mathematical Sociology

Damon Centola is the co-winner of an American Sociological Association (ASA) Section Award: the 2009 Outstanding Article Publication Award in Mathematical Sociology. This honor recognizes the contributions of Damon's American Journal of Sociology article, "Complex Contagions and the Weakness of Long Ties" (joint with Michael Macy, November 2007).
Faculty: Damon Centola

Stew Myers is a co-winner of the 2009 III Edition of the Jaime Fernández de Araoz Corporate Finance Award

Stew Myers is a co-winner of the 2009 III Edition of the Jaime Fernandez de Araoz Corporate Finance Award, which was created to encourage the development of knowledge within the field of corporate finance by rewarding individuals or teams that contribute to this field through their research work or applied experience. The award was for the paper "The Internal Governance of Firms" (joint with Viral V. Acharya and Raghuram Rajan), for opening new and pathbreaking insights into corporate governance structures which had not been explored up to date in the classical agency theory perspective, as well as opening very promising research possibilities for scholarly work in this area.
Faculty: Stew Myers

Mark Ritson and Kristen Forbes were each named 2009 Teacher of the Year

Mark Ritson and Kristen Forbes were each named 2009 Teacher of the Year for their classes 15.846 Branding and 15.014 Global Economic Challenges, respectively.
Faculty: Mark Ritson  |  Kristen Forbes

Alan MacCormack and Rebecca Henderson were named Outstanding Teachers

Alan MacCormack and Rebecca Henderson were named Outstanding Teachers for their exceptional performance and motivation.
Faculty: Alan MacCormack  |  Rebecca Henderson

John Sterman and Roberto Fernandez each received the Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching

John Sterman and Roberto Fernandez each received the 2009 Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching. This prize, funded by MIT alumnus J. Burgess Jamieson, was established to honor educational innovation and excellence.
Faculty: John Sterman  |  Roberto Fernandez

Bob Gibbons has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Bob Gibbons has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The Academy announced its 2009 Class of Fellows on April 20th. The Academy, established in 1780, is one of the nation's most prestigious honorary societies and is a center for independent policy research. The current membership includes more than 250 Nobel laureates and more than 60 Pulitzer Prize winners.
Faculty: Robert Gibbons

Kristin Forbes and Simon Johnson have recently been appointed to the Congressional Budget Office's Panel of Economic Advisers

Kristin Forbes and Simon Johnson have recently been appointed to the Congressional Budget Office's Panel of Economic Advisers. The Congressional Budget Office is the non-partisan organization that provides the formal analysis for Congress -- most importantly the estimates of the costs of different proposals that are then used as inputs for proposed legislation and the Congressional budget process.
Faculty: Kristin Forbes  |  Simon Johnson

Lotte Bailyn named the 2009 recipient of Gordon Y. Billard Award

Lotte Bailyn, Professor of Management, has been named the 2009 recipient of MIT's Gordon Y. Billard Award. This award is presented annually for "special service of outstanding merit performed for the Institute," with a fund established by Mr. Gordon Y Billard, '24.
Faculty: Lotte Bailyn

Kristin Forbes has been named as a member of the Governor's Council of Economic Advisors

Kristin Forbes has been named by Governor Deval Patrick as a member of the Governor's Council of Economic Advisors.
Faculty: Kristin Forbes

Andreas S. Schulz and his coauthors received the best paper award of the INFORMS Transportation Science and Logistics Society

In October 2008, Andreas S. Schulz and his coauthors received the best paper award of the INFORMS Transportation Science and Logistics Society for their paper "System-Optimal Routing of Traffic Flows with User Constraints in Networks with Congestion," which appeared in Operations Research. This award is given every year to an outstanding paper in the field of transportation science and logistics. The paper must have been published in a refereed journal and must present innovative approaches for solving complex problems in transportation and/or logistics, with an emphasis on operations research and quantitative methods.
Faculty: Andreas Schulz

Ed Roberts recognized by the International Association of Management of Technology

International Association of Management of Technology (IAMOT) has recognized Ed Roberts, David Sarnoff Professor of the Management of Technology, and Eric von Hippel, Professor of Management of Innovation, as two of the top 50 authors of technology and innovation management over the last 5 years. This exceptional achievement places Ed and Eric within the top 1% of all researchers in the field.
Faculty: Ed Roberts

Retsef Levi has received a National Science Foundation Career Grant

Retsef Levi has received a National Science Foundation Career Grant for his proposal: "New Algorithmic Approaches to Computationally Challenging Stochastic Supply Chain and Revenue Management Models." This award is among the most highly-regarded distinctions in government-funded scientific organizations.
Faculty: Retsef Levi

Antoinette Schoar has received the Ewing Marion Kauffman Prize Medal for Distinguished Research in Entrepreneurship

Antoinette Schoar has received the Ewing Marion Kauffman Prize Medal for Distinguished Research in Entrepreneurship. This award was established by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation in 2005 to inspire promising young scholars to contribute new insight to entrepreneurship. The honor, which includes a cash prize, is awarded every two years to one scholar younger than 40 "whose research has made a significant contribution to the literature in entrepreneurship."
Faculty: Antoinette Schoar

Michael Cusumano's article, "Software Development Worldwide: The State of the Practice," was selected as a Top Pick

Michael Cusumano's 2003 article in IEEE Software, "Software Development Worldwide: The State of the Practice," co-authored with Alan MacCormack, Chris Kemerer, and Bill Crandall, was selected by IEEE Software's editorial and advisory boards as one of its 25th-Anniversary Top Picks for full-length, peer-reviewed articles. Thirty-five articles were selected in total, and seven others, including "Software Development Worldwide," were nominated for follow-up reports.
Faculty: Michael Cusumano

Yasheng Huang's book cited as one of the best books of 2008 by The Economist

Yasheng Huang's book "Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics: Entrepreneurship and the State" was cited by The Economist as one of the best books of 2008 and a pick of the pile in economics and business.
Faculty: Yasheng Huang

Dimitris Bertsimas was awarded the 2008 Farkas Prize of the INFORMS Optimization Society

Dimitris Bertsimas was awarded the 2008 Farkas Prize of the INFORMS Optimization Society, for his research work on robust optimization and its applications. The Farkas Prize is awarded bi-annually by INFORMS for the most significant contribution to the field of optimization by a researcher.
Faculty: Dimitris Bertsimas

Retsef Levi and coauthers were chosen to receive the INFORMS Optimization Society Young Researcher Prize

Retsef Levi and his co-authors Mahesh Nagarajan from UBC and Ganesh Janakiraman from NYU Stern, were chosen to receive the INFORMS Optimization Society Young Researcher Prize at the INFORMS annual conference in October for their paper entitled "A 2-Approximation Algorithm for Stochastic Inventory Control Models with Lost Sales" that appeared in Mathematics of Operations Research.
Faculty: Retsef Levi

Donald Lessard is one of three MIT faculty members awarded "Class of 1960 Fellows" support

Don Lessard is one of three MIT faculty members awarded "Class of 1960 Fellows" support. Other faculty recipients are Vladimir Bulovic from Electrical Engineering and Washington Taylor from Physics. Taken together, the Class of 1960 funds will be focused on developing the core of the evolving energy curriculum at MIT.
Faculty: Donald Lessard

Robert B. McKersie is the recipient of the 2008 Cushing/Gavin Award from the Boston Labor Guild

Robert B. McKersie is the recipient of the 2008 Cushing/Gavin Award from the Boston Labor Guild. The Guild is a community labor management organization affiliated with the Archdiocese of Boston. Each year it honors an individual who has made outstanding contributions as a neutral to our labor management community.
Faculty: Robert McKersie

John Hauser and John Little were elected as inaugural Fellows of ISMS

Hauser and Little were elected as inaugural Fellows of ISMS (the INFORMS Society of Marketing Science) at the 30th Annual Marketing Science Conference in Vancouver, BC. The 10 Fellows Awards were given in recognition of significant, long-term contributions in research, education, and service to the Society of Marketing Science's efforts to improve the understanding and practice of marketing.
Faculty: John Hauser  |  John Little

Vivek Farias and Tavneet Suri have each received funding from the Solomon Buchsbaum Research Fund

Vivek Farias and Tavneet Suri have each received approval from the MIT Research Support Committee for $50,000 of funding from the Solomon Buchsbaum Research Fund. This fund's purpose is "to launch new research initiatives that cut across disciplinary lines" in "support of innovative ideas advanced primarily by young faculty."
Faculty: Vivek Farias  |  Tavneet Suri

Ed Roberts has been selected for the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Promoting Entrepreneurship

The Global Agenda Councils include "the most innovative and relevant leaders to capture the best knowledge on each key issue and integrate it into global collaboration and decision-making processes."
Faculty: Ed Roberts

Noubar Afeyan, Senior Lecturer, received the 2008 Ellis Island Medal of Honor given by the National Ethnic Coalition

"In choosing Dr. Afeyan as a Medal of Honor recipient, NECO recognized his achievements not only as a successful technologist and entrepreneur, but also as a humanitarian who has had a positive impact on his local community and in his ethnic home country of Armenia," having played an extensive role in supporting long-range visions for Armenia, its business environment and culture, and worldwide understanding and awareness of Armenian issues.
Faculty: Noubar Afeyan

Ewa Sletten's dissertation has been selected by the American Accounting Association Financial Accounting and Reporting Section as one of the two best dissertations completed in 2007

Sletten's dissertation, "Essays on Discretionary Disclosure," tied for first place with Karthik Ramanna, an MIT accounting PhD. The Best Dissertation Award is made to the author(s) of an outstanding financial accounting/reporting dissertation completed during the previous year, recognizing the importance of the financial accounting/reporting issue, the quality of execution of the study, and the contribution to the accounting research literature.
Faculty: Ewa Sletten

Fiona Murray has won the Davis Conference on Qualitative Research 2008 Best Paper Award

Murray's winning paper is titled "Trading in the shadow of the market: An analysis of layman-scientist exchange relationships in genetics."
Faculty: Fiona Murray

Stew Myers has been appointed as a Research Fellow of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI)

Myers's appointment was announced earlier this month at the ECGI's General Assembly in Barcelona. The ECGI, which was founded in 2002, is an international scientific non-profit association. It provides a forum for debate and dialogue between academics, legislators and practitioners, focusing on major corporate governance issues and thereby promoting best practice.
Faculty: Stew Myers

Kristin Forbes was recently selected to be a member of the Trilateral Commission

"The Trilateral Commission is a non-governmental, policy-oriented discussion group of about 350 distinguished citizens from Western Europe, North America and Pacific Asia formed to encourage mutual understanding and closer cooperation among these three regions on common problems."
Faculty: Kristin Forbes

JoAnne Yates was chosen to give the Laurent Picard Lecture at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management

Speakers for this annual lecture, which was named in honor of a former dean, are chosen based on excellence and relevance of their work to a wide range of fields in the school. Through a competitive process their faculty identifies a leading scholar whose work is both highly impactful but also attractive to the broad set of interests among management faculty members. JoAnne Yates will give her lecture at McGill on April 18 in Montreal.
Faculty: JoAnne Yates

James Orlin is a co-winner of the Leonard G. Abraham Prize

The Leonard G. Abraham Prize is given annually to the best original paper published in the past year in the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications. Jim Orlin received the award for the paper, "Preconfiguring IP-over-Optical Networks to Handle Router Failures and Unpredictable Traffic," co-authored with Murali Kodialam, T. V. Lakshman, and Sudipta Sengupta.
Faculty: James Orlin

Ed Roberts is the fourth recipient of the annual Adolf F. Monosson Prize for Entrepreneurship Mentoring

"The Monosson Prize for Entrepreneurship Mentoring recognizes those who support and guid business pioneers who are blazing new pathways in entrepreneurship," and Ed was awarded for his extensive mentoring of aspiring entrepreneurs in the classroom and entrepreneurs active in the business world.
Faculty: Ed Roberts

John Little paper reprinted for the January/February 2008 special issue of Marketing Science

The papers being reprinted in the Classics Issue is: Peter Guadagni and John Little, "A Logit Model of Brand Choice Calibrated on Scanner Data," originally published in 1983. This Classics Issue celebrates foundation research that is highly cited. Editorials from Editors-in-Chief along with author commentaries are included with the articles in this special issue.
Faculty: John Little

John Hauser paper reprinted for the January/February 2008 special issue of Marketing Science

The papers being reprinted in the Classics Issue is: John Hauser and Steven Shugan, "Defensive Marketing Strategies," originally published in 1983. This Classics Issue celebrates foundation research that is highly cited. Editorials from Editors-in-Chief along with author commentaries are included with the articles in this special issue.
Faculty: John Hauser

Michael Cusumano has received an MIT-Balliol College Exchange Fellowship to spend a semester at Oxford University

Michael Cusumano has received an MIT-Balliol College Exchange Fellowship to spend a semester at Oxford University, which he plans to do next spring. At that time, he will also deliver the 2009 Clarendon Lectures in Management Studies, which are hosted by the Said Business School and will be published as a book, on the theme "In Search of Best Practice: Enduring Ideas in the History of Technology Strategy and Innovation."
Faculty: Michael Cusumano

Steve Graves has been named a POMS (Production and Operations Management Society) Fellow

Stephen C. Graves has been named a POMS (Production and Operations Management Society) Fellow. Each year at most two OM researchers are recognized for their exceptional contributions to the Operations Management profession and the Society through their research and teaching.
Faculty: Steve Graves

Leonid Kogan and co-authors have won the 2007 Crowell Memorial First Prize for their working paper, "Durability of Output and Expected Stock Returns."

Leonid Kogan and co-authors Motohiro Yogo and Joao Gomes have won the 2007 Crowell Memorial First Prize for their working paper, "Durability of Output and Expected Stock Returns." PanAgora Asset Management sponsors the Crowell Prize to support academic research that furthers the field of quantitative management and to provide "a forum for new and cutting-edge research that bridges the gap between theory and practice."
Faculty: Leonid Kogan

Peter Weill has been named one of the "Top 100 Most Influential People in IT"

Peter Weill, Director of the Center for Information Systems Research, has been named one of the "Top 100 Most Influential People in IT," who "not only had a tangible track record of IT success, but also have far-reaching influence, the ability to effect change and a deep level of engagement in developing emerging technologies..."
Faculty: Peter Weill

Bob Gibbons has been elected as a Fellow of the Society of Labor Economists

Bob Gibbons has been elected as a Fellow of the Society of Labor Economists (SOLE), where he joins MIT colleagues Daron Acemoglu and Josh Angrist. The Society "recognizes labor economists who have made contributions of unusual distinction to the field" with this honorary title.
Faculty: Robert Gibbons

Jason Davis has been honored with the Best Paper Award by the OMT Division of the Academy of Management

Jason Davis has been honored with the Best Paper Award by the OMT (Organization and Management Theory) Division of the Academy of Management for his paper, "Network Plasticity and Collaborative Innovation: Processes of Network Reorganization."
Faculty: Jason Davis

John Cox has been elected Fellow of the American Finance Association

John Cox has been elected Fellow of the American Finance Association. The purpose of the Society of Fellows of the Association is to recognize those members who have made a distinguished contribution to the field of finance.
Faculty: John Cox

Book co-written by MIT Scholars honored

The book Lean Enterprise Value: Insights from MIT's Lean Aerospace Initiative (Palgrave/ Macmillan, 2002) was awarded the "Engineering Sciences Book Award" for 2003 from the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA). The book was written by a team of MIT Scholars, with MIT Sloan's Tom Allen and Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld serving as co-authors.
Faculty: Tom Allen

Deborah Ancona and colleagues honored with Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize

Seley Distinguished Professor of Management Deborah Ancona -- along with doctoral candidate Henrik Bresman and visiting scholar Katrin Kaeufer -- won the Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize for the article, "The Comparative Advantage of X-Teams." Given annually by MIT Sloan Management Review (MIT SMR), the Beckhard prize awards the most outstanding SMR article on planned change and organizational development of the year.
Faculty: Deborah Ancona

Professors inaugural winners of the Jamieson Prize for Excellence In Teaching

Paul Asquith (left) and Robert Freund (right) were announced the inaugural winners of the Jamieson Prize for Excellence In Teaching. The Jamieson Prize is awarded for innovative contributions to teaching. Paul Asquith was cited for his creativity in developing his Securities Design course, a course that is in many ways unique to Sloan, and for his superb mentoring of his colleagues to enhance their teaching in both the MBA and Executive Education programs. Robert Freund was cited for playing the central role in designing the DMD core course and for his work as a teaching mentor for the faculty in his group. Rob wrote many MIT Sloan cases that are used in DMD. In addition, Rob worked effectively with other groups (particularly finance and communications) to link DMD to their core offerings.
Faculty: Paul Asquith  |  Robert Freund

Lotte Bailyn won Everett Cherrington Hughes Award

T Wilson Professor of Management Lotte Bailyn won the Everett Cherrington Hughes Award for Careers Scholarship given by the Careers Division of the Academy of Management. The award recognizes scholarship that has contributed significantly to linking careers theory with the broader field of organization studies.
Faculty: Lotte Bailyn

Arnie Barnett named named a Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences

George Eastman Professor of Management Arnie Barnett was named a Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) at the society's annual conference. This award signifies "years of dedicated leadership and valuable experience in the professions of operations research and the management sciences." MIT Sloan professors John Little and Tom Magnanti have received this honor in the past.
Faculty: Arnie Barnett

Berndt received the Faculty Appreciation Award from the Technology Policy Program

Louis B. Seley Professor of Applied Economics Ernie Berndt received the Faculty Appreciation Award from the Technology Policy Program (TPP) students.
Faculty: Ernie Berndt

Dimitris Bertsimas was elected to be an INFORMS Fellow

Dimitris Bertsimas was elected to be an INFORMS Fellow. The Fellow Award recognizes members who have made significant contributions to the advancement of operations research and the management sciences, with such contributions including service to the professional field and to INFORMS.
Faculty: Dimitris Bertsimas

Erik Brynjolfsson won the Best Paper Award

Prof. Erik Brynjolfsson won the Best Paper Award, 2006 International Conference on Information Systems, for Information Worker Productivity: Task-level Evidence, co-authored with Sinan Aral, '06 PhD and Marshall van Alstyne, '98 PhD. He also won the award for Best Paper in the Valuing IT Track at the 2006 International Conference on Information Systems for Which Came First, IT or Productivity? The Virtuous Cycle of Investment and Use in Enterprise Systems with Sinan Aral (MIT and NYU) and D.J. Wu (Georgia Tech).
Faculty: Erik Brynjolfsson

Cusumano delivers Oxford lecture

Michael Cusumano has been invited to deliver the 13th Annual Clarendon Lectures in Management Studies at Oxford University, in 2009. Previous lecturers include John Roberts, David Teece, Ron Burt, Woody Powell, and Joel Podolny. The lectures will be public and then published as a book by Oxford University Press in their Clarendon Press Series.
Faculty: Michael Cusumano

Michael Cusumano has been awarded the Samuel M. Seegal Prize

Michael Cusumano has been awarded the Samuel M. Seegal Prize, conferred jointly by MIT Sloan and the School of Engineering. In May, 1992, Paula Seegal-Thompson and her family established the Samuel M. Seegal Prize Fund, a separate endowment fund in honor of their father, a member of the Class of 1922. They requested that the prize be awarded every other year at its onset and be given to a professor who "inspires students in pursuing and achieving excellence."
Faculty: Michael Cusumano

Steve Eppinger was named Distinguished Fellow

Deputy Dean and GM LFM Professor Steve Eppinger was named Distinguished Fellow by the Product Innovation & Technology Management College of the Production and Operations Management Society.
Faculty: Steve Eppinger

Roberto Fernandez was awarded the annual Distinguished Article Award by the Cornell University Center for the Study of Inequality.

William F. Pounds Professor of Behavioral Science Roberto Fernandez was awarded the annual Distinguished Article Award by the Cornell University Center for the Study of Inequality. The article, "Skill-based Technological Changes and Wage Inequality: Evidence from a Plant Retooling" was chosen unanimously by the Center's selection committee.
Faculty: Roberto Fernandez

Jay Forrester has been inducted into the IFORS Operational Research Hall of Fame

Professor Jay Forrester has been inducted into the IFORS Operational Research Hall of Fame. The IFORS (the International Federation of Operational Research Societies) OR Hall of Fame is a select group of the most significant OR pioneers and their successors.
Faculty: Jay Forrester

Robert Freund won the 2007 Longuet-Higgins Prize

Robert Freund won the 2007 Longuet-Higgins Prize, "given 10 years later for a paper that has stood the test of time," awarded at the 2007 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. Rob and co-authors Edgar Osuna and Federico Girosi received the prize for a 1997 paper they wrote on face detection and machine learning, "Training Support Vector Machines: An Application to Face Detection" (CVPR'97 Proceedings).
Faculty: Robert Freund

Carola Frydman has been named Faculty Fellow in the NBER Development of the American Economy Program

Carola Frydman has been named Faculty Fellow in the NBER Development of the American Economy Program.
Faculty: Carola Frydman

Robert Gibbons was named the Frank W. Taussig Research Professor in the Economics Department at Harvard University

Robert Gibbons was named the Frank W. Taussig Research Professor in the Economics Department at Harvard University for the 2007-08 academic year (where, consistent with the title of the position, his primary duty will be to carry out research).
Faculty: Robert Gibbons

Arnoldo Hax was awarded the degree of Doctor Honoris Causa

Arnoldo Hax was awarded the degree of Doctor Honoris Causa by the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid.
Faculty: Arnoldo Hax

John Hauser and James Orlin have been elected as INFORMS Fellows

John Hauser and James Orlin have been elected as INFORMS Fellows. The Fellow Award recognizes members who have made significant contributions to the advancement of operations research and the management sciences, such contributions including service to the professional field and to INFORMS.
Faculty: John Hauser  |  James Orlin

Simon Johnson has been appointed Economic Counselor and Director of the Research Department at the IMF

Simon Johnson has been appointed Economic Counselor and Director of the Research Department at the International Monetary Fund. Simon will be taking a leave from the Sloan School.
Faculty: Simon Johnson

Paul Joskow receives the Yale Medal in 2005

Paul Joskow has been selected by the Association of Yale Alumni (AYA) to receive the Yale Medal in 2005. In announcing the award, the Association said that Joskow "has made many contributions to the Yale community, foremost among them his presidency for twelve years of the University Council and his associated roles on the Honorary Degree selection committee and the Alumni Fellow Nominating Committee for the Yale Corporation."
Faculty: Paul Joskow

Paul Joskow will receive a Doctor Honoris Causa in January 2007

Paul Joskow will receive a Doctor Honoris Causa from the University of Paris Dauphine in January 2007
Faculty: Paul Joskow

Kate Kellogg, Wanda Orlikowski, and JoAnne Yates won the 2007 award for Best Published Paper

Kate Kellogg, Wanda Orlikowski, and JoAnne Yates won the 2007 award for Best Published Paper from the Organizational Communication & Information Systems (OCIS) Division at this week's Academy of Management meetings. Their co-authored paper "Life in the Trading Zone: Structuring Coordination Across Boundaries in Postbureaucratic Organizations" was published in Organization Science last year (Vol. 17, No. 1).
Faculty: Kate Kellogg  |  Wanda Orlikowski  |  and JoAnne Yates

Leonid Kogan was named Associate Professor with tenure

Leonid Kogan was named Associate Professor with tenure as of July 1, 2004, announced Richard Schmalensee, John C Head III Dean. Formerly an assistant professor at MIT Sloan, Kogan studies asset pricing theory, derivatives, and investment. He received his PhD in finance from MIT Sloan in 1999.
Faculty: Leonid Kogan

Faculty members win 2006 Smith Breeden Prize

Leonid Kogan, Steve Ross, Jiang Wang, and Mark Westerfield (not pictured) won the 2006 Smith Breeden Prize (first prize) for their Journal of Finance paper, "The Price Impact and Survival of International Traders." This prize is awarded to the best paper in areas other than corporate finance.
Faculty: Leonid Kogan  |  Steve Ross  |  Jiang Wang

Mark Kritzman's paper has received the Outstanding Paper Award

Mark Kritzman's paper entitled Are Optimizers Error Maximizers has received the Outstanding Paper Award from the Journal of Portfolio Management.
Faculty: Mark Kritzman

John Little honored for contributions to theory and practice

Prof. John Little was honored for Contributions to Theory and Practice in the Development of Rigorous and Relevant Marketing Understanding at the Buck Weaver Award Conference and Symposium.
Faculty: John Little

MIT has selected Rick Locke for the Class of 1960 Innovation in Education Award

MIT has selected Rick Locke for the Class of 1960 Innovation in Education Award to recognize his dedication to excellence in teaching and innovative education efforts toward integration of research and education.
Faculty: Rick Locke

Rick Locke was awarded the Aspen Institute Initiative for Socially Responsible Business Faculty Pioneer -- Academic Achievement Award

In June 2005, Rick Locke was awarded the Aspen Institute Initiative for Socially Responsible Business Faculty Pioneer -- Academic Achievement Award for research (the Nike project) and teaching (Global Entrepreneurship Lab).
Faculty: Rick Locke

MIT Entrepreneurship Center accepted the NASDAQ Center of Entrepreneurial Excellence Award

MIT Entrepreneurship Center accepted the NASDAQ Center of Entrepreneurial Excellence Award on behalf of the many people that make MIT's innovative, entrepreneurial culture flourish.
Faculty: MIT Entrepreneurship Center

Fiona Murray has been named one of six outstanding young scholars to receive a Sloan Industry Studies Fellowship for 2005 from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Michael M. Koerner (1949) Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship Fiona Murray has been named one of six outstanding young scholars to receive a Sloan Industry Studies Fellowship for 2005 from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Professor Murray's research focuses on the biomedical technology industry. She was selected by a panel from among 51 scholars in the early stages of their careers who were nominated by department chairs and other senior faculty, on the basis of her exceptional promise to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and to U.S. industrial development and economic competitiveness.
Faculty: Fiona Murray

Stew Myers has been honored by being named by the Financial Management Association as one of two FMA Fellows for the year 2005.

Stew Myers has been honored by being named by the Financial Management Association as one of two FMA Fellows for the year 2005. Professor Myers's research has concentrated on the theory and practice of corporate finance, including the role of information and incentives in corporate financing and methods for evaluating corporate investments.
Faculty: Stew Myers

A paper co-authored by Stew Myers has won the FAME Research Prize for 2005.

A paper co-authored by Stew Myers, R2 Around the World: New Theory and New Tests has won the FAME Research Prize for 2005, has won the FAME Research Prize for 2005. The FAME Foundation is a non-for-profit institution created in 1997 in Geneva, Switzerland, to promote high-level education and research in the areas of financial asset management and financial engineering. The founders are bankers in the Lake Geneva area, Reuters, the Universities of Geneva and Lausanne, and the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva.
Faculty: Stew Myers

James Orlin was a co-winner of the INFORMS Computing Society prize for the best English-language paper.

James Orlin was a co-winner of the INFORMS Computing Society prize for the best English-language paper or group of related papers dealing with the Operations Research/Computer Science interface. The paper "On the Sum-of-Squares algorithm for Bin Packing" appeared in the Journal of the ACM in 2006, and was co-authored with Janos Csirik, David S. Johnson, Claire Kenyon, Peter W. Shor, and Richard R. Weber.
Faculty: James Orlin

James Orlin has been named a Margaret MacVicar Faculty Fellow.

James Orlin has been named a Margaret MacVicar Faculty Fellow. This is MIT's highest teaching honor, recognizing faculty who have made exemplary and sustained contributions to the teaching and education of undergraduates at MIT.
Faculty: James Orlin

Drazen Prelec has been named Leon Levy Member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton

Professor of Management Science Drazen Prelec has been named Leon Levy Member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, and will give the first public Leon Levy Lecture at the Institute on March 29th. The Designated Membership commemorates the late Trustee of Institute, Leon Levy, and his interest in psychology and economics.
Faculty: Drazen Prelec

A paper cowritten by Edward Roberts has received the 2005 Best Paper Award Honorable Mention from the IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management

The paper Technology Alliances and Networks: An External Link to Research Capability, written by PhD alumna, Pek Hooi Soh, and Edward Roberts, has received the 2005 Best Paper Award Honorable Mention from the IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.
Faculty: Edward Roberts

A recent paper of Edward Roberts has been awarded the PICMET Medal for Leadership in Technology Management

A recent paper of Edward Roberts has been awarded the PICMET Medal for Leadership in Technology Management. This is awarded "for leadership in developing technology management policies and strategies, and successful implementation mechanisms for them". The award will be presented at the PICMET annual symposium in Istanbul during the summer of 2006. Recipients of the Medal in previous years include Andy Grove, Carly Fiorina, Jack Welch, Morris Chang, Norman Augustine, and Richard Cyert, among others.
Faculty: Edward Roberts

A recent paper of Edward Roberts', written jointly with MIT Sloan PhD alumna, Pek Hooi Soh receives the 2005 Best Paper Award, Honorable Mention

A recent paper of Edward Roberts', written jointly with MIT Sloan PhD alumna, Pek Hooi Soh, has just received the 2005 Best Paper Award, Honorable Mention, from the IEEE Engineering Management Society. The paper is "Technology Alliances and Networks: an External Link to Research Capability," IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 52(4), November 2005.
Faculty: Edward Roberts

Edward Roberts has been appointed as the first ever university member of the Board of Editors of Research/Technology Management

In June 2005, Edward Roberts was been appointed as the first ever university member of the Board of Editors of Research/Technology Management, the official journal of the Industrial Research Institute, Inc., the world's largest and oldest association of industry research and technology vice presidents and directors.
Faculty: Edward Roberts

Edward Roberts recently honored

David Sarnoff Professor of the Management of Technology and Chair of the MIT Entrepreneurship Center Edward Roberts was recently honored by the Technology Management Education Association for his "seminal contribution to the field of Technology Management Education through his long leadership efforts in fundamental research, program development, and in fostering an effective dialogue among academic and industry technology professionals." He was also recently honored by the MIT Enterprise Forum as the "Vincent A. Fulmer Lifetime Service Awardee," for long-term contributions to the field of entrepreneurship, with particular reference to his activities at MIT.
Faculty: Edward Roberts

John Rockart was awarded the 2003 Leo Award for Lifetime Exceptional Achievement in Information Systems

Senior Lecturer Emeritus John Rockart was awarded the 2003 Leo Award for Lifetime Exceptional Achievement in Information Systems by the Association of Information Systems. The LEO Award recognizes truly outstanding individuals in the Information Systems community who have made exceptional contributions to research in and/or the practice of Information Systems.
Faculty: John Rockart

Stephen Ross and Leonid Kogan, with co-authors Jiang Wang and Mark Wester, were awarded the FAME prize

Franco Modigliani Professor of Financial Economics Stephen Ross and Associate Professor Leonid Kogan, with co-authors Jiang Wang and Mark Wester, were awarded the FAME prize (International Center for Financial Management and Engineering) for their paper "The Price Impact and Survival of Irrational Traders."
Faculty: Stephen Ross  |  Leonid Kogan

Stephen Ross has been surprised by a new, $100,000 prize named in his honor

Professor Stephen Ross has been surprised by a new, $100,000 prize named in his honor.
Faculty: Stephen Ross

Professor Stephen Ross has been named as the first recipient of the CME/MSRI Prize

Professor Stephen Ross has been named as the first recipient of the CME/MSRI Prize. The prize was created by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute. Its purpose is to recognize individuals who contribute original concepts in the use of mathematical, statistical or computational methods for the study of the behavior of markets.
Faculty: Stephen Ross

Stephen Ross chosen as 2005 recipient of the Jean-Jacques Laffont Prize

Professor Stephen Ross was chosen as the 2005 recipient of the Jean-Jacques Laffont Prize. This prize, created in 2005 by the City of Toulouse in partnership with IDEI (Institut d'Economie Industrielle), honors an economist whose work combines both the theoretical and applied aspects of economics.
Faculty: Stephen Ross

Ed Schein receives two awards from the National Organization Development Network

In Nov. 2005 Ed Schein received two awards from the National Organization Development Network at their annual meeting in Minneapolis. He was given the Life Time Achievement Reward for Organization Development and in addition his book Process Consultation Revisited (1999) received the Members Choice Award for books that have most influenced the practice of Organization Development.
Faculty: Ed Schein

Antoinette Schoar, along with her co-author Josh Lerner, won the NASDAQ Best Paper Prize

Maurice F. Strong Fund Career Development Chair Antoinette Schoar, along with her co-author Josh Lerner, won the NASDAQ Best Paper Prize for "Private Equity in the Developing World: The Determinants of Transaction Structures." The award was presented at the Western Finance Association meeting.
Faculty: Antoinette Schoar

Duncan I. Simester and John R. Hauser, along with co-authors Olivier Toubia and Ely Dahan, were awarded the John D.C. Little award for the best paper

Marketing faculty members Duncan I. Simester and John R. Hauser, along with co-authors Olivier Toubia and Ely Dahan, were awarded the John D.C. Little award for the best paper in 2003 at the Rotterdam Marketing Science Conference in June 2004. Their paper, "Fast Polyhedral Adaptive Conjoint Estimation," appeared in the summer 2003 issue of Marketing Science. Faculty member John Little himself received an award for authoring one of the ten most influential papers in 50 years of Management Science for his paper "Models and Managers -- Concept of a Decision Calculus," which appeared in Management Science in 1970.
Faculty: Duncan I. Simester  |  John R. Hauser

Andreas Schulz and co-author have won the 2006 Glover-Klingman Prize

Andreas Schulz and co-author Nicolas Stier (Columbia) have won the 2006 Glover-Klingman Prize for the best paper published in Networks during 2006. Their paper, "Efficiency and Fairness of System-Optimal Routing with User Constraints," was judged to be outstanding among 46 papers published in the journal during 2006. The reviewers on the editorial board especially appreciated the way in which Andreas's and Nicolas's work "connects theory and practice."
Faculty: Andreas Schulz

John Sterman has won a 2005 IBM Faculty Award

John Sterman has won a 2005 IBM Faculty Award. IBM Faculty Awards are competitive, cash awards granted annually on a global basis. Candidates must have an outstanding reputation for contributions in their field. The award recognizes the quality of the winner's research program and its importance to industry.
Faculty: John Sterman

Tavneet Suri named Faculty Research Fellow

Tavneet Suri, Assistant Professor of Applied Economics, named Faculty Research Fellow in the NBER Productivity Program.
Faculty: Tavneet Suri

James M. Utterback received a lifetime achievement award

David J. McGrath Jr. Professor of Management and Innovation James M. Utterback received a lifetime achievement award from the Technology Management Education Association for "seminal contributions to the field of Technology Management Education through his long-time leadership efforts in fundamental research, program development, and in fostering an effective dialogue among academic and industry technology professionals."
Faculty: James M. Utterback

Eric von Hippel was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Economics

Eric von Hippel, Professor of Management of Innovation, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Economics from Ludwig Maximillians University in a ceremony June 30, 2004, in Munich, Germany. The degree was awarded in recognition of his outstanding work in Innovation Research and Technology Management and for his research on Innovation Processes in Open and Distributed Systems.
Faculty: Eric von Hippel

Eric von Hippel was awarded an honorary degree from the Copenhagen Business School

Eric von Hippel was awarded an honorary degree from the Copenhagen Business School in a ceremony March 16, 2007.
Faculty: Eric von Hippel

JoAnne Yates new book has been selected as a finalist for an award

Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management JoAnne Yates' new book, Structuring the Information Age, has been selected as a finalist for the Academy of Management's George R. Terry Award.
Faculty: JoAnne Yates

In founding the MIT Sloan School of Management, Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. (class of 1895) sought to investigate the complex problems of management in modern industry.