PhD

Students on the Job Market

MIT Sloan produces top-notch PhDs in management. Immersed in MIT Sloan's distinctive culture, upcoming graduates are poised to innovate in management research and education.

David Holtz

Academic Area: Management Science
Research Group: Information Technology
Previous Degrees: B.A. Physics, Princeton University; M.A. Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University
Research Interests: Online Platforms, Online Markets, Field Experiments, Causal Inference, Data Science, Computational Social Science 
Advisor: Sinan Aral
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Summer Jackson

Academic Area: Behavioral & Policy Sciences
Research Group: Economic Sociology
Previous Degrees: B.A. International Relations, Stanford University; M.A. International Development, Brandeis University Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Research Interests: organizational inequality, work and occupations, ethnography
Advisors: Katherine Kellogg, Ray Reagans, Ezra Zuckerman Sivan
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Jenna Myers

Academic Area: Behavioral & Policy Sciences
Research Group: Organization Studies
Previous Degree: B.S. Business Process Management, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Research Interests: worker voice, technology and organizations, education and training, labor market institutions
Advisors: Kate Kellogg, Tom Kochan, Wanda Orlikowski
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Jeremy Z. Yang

Academic Area: Management Science
Research Group: Marketing
Previous Degrees: B.A. Management and Economics, University of International Business and Economics; M.A. Statistics, New York University
Research Interests: optimizing marketing decisions with machine learning, field experiments and unstructured datasets
Advisors: Sinan Aral, Juanjuan Zhang, Dean Eckles 
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