Yuhai Xuan

Yuhai Xuan is an Assistant Professor in the Finance Unit of the Harvard Business School.  He currently teaches Corporate Financial Management in the second year of the MBA program and Finance for Senior Executives in the Executive Education program.  He has previously taught the required finance course in the first-year MBA program.  His research interests are in the areas of empirical corporate finance, corporate governance, and behavioral finance.  Professor Xuan holds an...



Joseph Lassiter

Joe teaches Entrepreneurial Finance and Innovation in Business, Energy and Environment in the MBA Program as well as courses in the Executive Education Program. He is Faculty Chair of the University-wide Harvard Innovation Lab.  His academic and professional work focuses on high-potential ventures, including both those formed as new companies and those formed within existing organizations. From 1994 to 1996, Joe was President of Wildfire Communications, a telecommunications software...



Ian Larkin

Ian Larkin is an assistant professor of business administration in the Negotiation, Organizations, and Markets Unit. He teaches the Managing, Negotiating, and Organizing for Value (MONV) course in the MBA elective curriculum, and in several Executive Education programs on employee decision making. Ian researches the impact of formal and informal extrinsic rewards on employee decisions and firm performance, using real-world data from corporations and data generated from experiments. He is...



William Kirby

William C. Kirby is T. M. Chang Professor of China Studies at Harvard University and Spangler Family Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School.  He is a Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor.  He serves as Director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies and Chairman of the Harvard China Fund. A historian of modern China, Professor Kirby's work examines China's business, economic, and political development in an international context...



Regina Herzlinger

Regina E. Herzlinger is the Nancy R. McPherson Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. She was the first woman to be tenured and chaired at Harvard Business School and the first to serve on a number of corporate boards. She is widely recognized for her innovative research in health care, including her early predictions of the unraveling of managed care and the rise of consumer-driven health care, a term that she coined. Money has dubbed her the “Godmother...



Janice Hammond

Janice H. Hammond is the Jesse Philips Professor of Manufacturing at Harvard Business School. She currently teaches Technology and Operations Management in the HBS MBA program.  She also serves faculty chair for the HBS MBA Pre-matriculation Analytics Program; and program chair for the HBS Executive Education International Women’s Foundation and Women’s Leadership Programs. Professor Hammond has previously taught courses in Supply Chain Management, Business Logistics and After-...



Andrei Hagiu

Andrei is an Associate Professor in the Strategy group at Harvard Business School. Andrei's research focuses on multi-sided markets, which feature platforms/intermediaries serving two or more distinct groups of customers, who value each other's participation. He is studying the business strategies used by such platforms and the economic structure of the industries in which they operate: videogames (e.g. OnLive, PlayStation, Wii), e-commerce (e.g. Amazon, eBay, Gazelle, Rakuten),...



Shawn Cole

Shawn Cole is an associate professor in the Finance Unit at Harvard Business School, where he teaches a second-year elective course “Business at the Base of the Pyramid.” He has also taught FIN1 and FIN2 in the core curriculum, as well various executive education courses. His research examines corporate and household finance in emerging markets, with a focus on banking, microfinance, insurance, and the relationship between financial development and economic growth. He has worked in...



Dennis Campbell

Dennis W. Campbell is an Associate Professor in the Accounting & Management Unit at Harvard Business School. He currently teaches the second-year MBA elective Managing Service Operations. From 2003-2005, he taught the HBS required MBA course Financial Reporting and Control. He also teaches in the HBS doctoral program and several executive education programs including Driving Corporate Performance, Achieving Breakthrough Service, and Consumer Financial Services. Professor Campbell's...



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