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  • Home - Finance
    Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Finance Home About Us Faculty PhD Students Teaching Seminars Events Research Centers and Labs News Finance Matters Blog MIT Sloan Faculty Academic Groups Finance Finance Finance is the study of how economic resources are channeled through time across business activities and around the globe to help individuals and institutions manage their affairs more effectively Finance has become the universal language of commerce cutting across industries countries and circumstances and is now an indispensable tool for fueling innovation and economic growth planning for retirement and managing risk If used improperly finance can also be a source of misaligned incentives and systemic risk hence the stakes have never been higher The MIT Sloan Finance Group is dedicated to conducting rigorous and relevant research in finance educating a broad range of students and executives in the latest financial models and methods and advising regulators and policymakers on finance related policy issues With 19 full time tenure track and 16 affiliated faculty the MIT Sloan Finance Group covers a broad range of research interests including corporate finance consumer finance risk management international finance derivative securities financial engineering asset management and behavioral finance Educational programs include the MBA Finance Track the Master of Finance and the Finance PhD program while the Laboratory for Financial Engineering the Center for Finance and Policy and the MIT Sloan Trading Room provide opportunities for faculty and students to engage in joint research and teaching activities Through innovative academic programs a wide selection of course offerings and groundbreaking research the MIT Sloan Finance Group is committed to its role as a world leader in financial thought and education Learn more about Finance Focus On Finance at MIT Sloan Professor Antoinette Schoar head of the MIT Sloan Finance Group discusses the legacy of the group

    Original URL path: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/group/finance/ (2015-03-14)
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  • Home - Global Economics and Management
    Press Releases Media Highlights Expertise Guide Publications RSS Feeds About MIT Sloan Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Global Economics and Management Home Faculty Courses Programs Publications Working Papers Events Research Centers News MIT Sloan Faculty Academic Groups Global Economics and Management Global Economics and Management MIT Sloan s Global Economics and Management Group is an explicitly interdisciplinary group that includes faculty with backgrounds in economics political science sociology finance and strategy The group s research and teaching focuses on the global business environment through a range of disciplines including macroeconomic institutional and strategic perspectives and the strategy and organization of firms operating internationally The goal of Global Economics and Management faculty research is to increase understanding of the international economy and influence global economic policy for the better Areas of research include contagion the global financial crisis the fiscal cliff international capital flows and tax holidays the Euro crisis capital flows capital controls international tax policy global strategic management international business Chinese economy and business and the political economy Global Economics and Management faculty members are important voices in the ongoing conversations about the global financial crisis

    Original URL path: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/group/global-economics/ (2015-03-14)
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    RSS Feeds About MIT Sloan Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Information Technology Home About Us Faculty PhD Students Courses Programs Publications Working Papers Seminars Events Research Centers News MIT Sloan Faculty Academic Groups Information Technology Information Technology The MIT Sloan Information Technology Group conducts research on the economic business and organizational implications of the digital technologies that transform the way we live and work For 20 years leading arbiters like U S News and World Report have ranked the group first among business school IT programs The group s legendary strength is in part a function of being rooted at one of the world s most respected business schools within one of the world s most influential institutions of technology What further distinguishes the group is its breadth The IT Group faculty covers all the key disciplines comprising the study of IT from economics to organizational behavior to computer science Each member of the faculty is a leader in his or her field and works closely with industry partners and with pioneering research centers like the MIT Center for Digital Business the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence

    Original URL path: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/group/it/ (2015-03-14)
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  • Home - Law
    MBA MIT Sloan Fellows Program MBA or SM Executive Education Corporate Connection Newsroom Articles Press Releases Media Highlights Expertise Guide Publications RSS Feeds About MIT Sloan Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Law Home Faculty Courses Research Centers MIT Sloan Faculty Academic Groups Law Law MIT Sloan s Law Unit offers courses that explore the various areas of business and technology related law including entrepreneurship innovation strategy finance management social media and cutting edge technology These courses are open to students from any department across MIT One of the most important goals of the MIT Sloan Law Unit is creating the foundational knowledge and sensitivity of the law needed by managers in all industries and in companies of all sizes Given the strong entrepreneurial ecosystem within MIT it is also critical for the group to provide a proper legal framework for entrepreneurship and innovation The MIT Sloan Law Unit consists of faculty with unparalleled experience in the law and legal education All faculty hold JDs with specialties including intellectual property and computer privacy corporate law mergers and acquisitions banking healthcare regulation and legislation To learn more please view

    Original URL path: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/group/law/ (2015-03-14)
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  • Home - Managerial Communication
    About MIT Sloan Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Managerial Communication Home Faculty Courses Publications Working Papers Research Centers Faculty Openings News MIT Sloan Faculty Academic Groups Managerial Communication Managerial Communication The Managerial Communication unit offers theory and skill development in oral written interpersonal cross cultural and leadership communication Unit faculty members teach core courses in the MBA

    Original URL path: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/group/communication/ (2015-03-14)
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  • MIT Sloan
    Expertise Guide Publications RSS Feeds Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Marketing Faculty PhD Students Courses and Programs Publications and Working Papers Seminars Past Seminars Research Centers home faculty and research academic groups marketing Pioneering research methods Combining quantitative fundamentals with an interdisciplinary approach Collaborative relationships Faculty mentoring enriches the student experience Engaging Curriculum Enabling students to master concepts and research skills Social Media Pioneering contributors and exploring further The 3Cs and 4Ps And much much more MIT Sloan s marketing faculty continues the proud tradition established at MIT Sloan nearly half a century ago combining scientific fundamentals with innovative ideas and an interdisciplinary approach to research Members of the MIT Sloan marketing group have pioneered research methods marketing models and decision support systems that have enhanced new product development identified customer desires predicted customer behavior and have led to enhanced understanding of marketing strategy The concept of marketing science established and popularized at MIT Sloan remains a critical component of marketing strategy in corporations across the globe Marketing faculty have diverse interests with advanced degrees in marketing psychology economics management science sociology and operations research These diverse

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  • Home - Operations Research and Statistics
    Sloan Management Review Faculty Directory Alumni Directory Get Involved Events Publications News Resources Give Contact Us Executive Programs MIT Executive MBA MIT Sloan Fellows Program MBA or SM Executive Education Corporate Connection Newsroom Articles Press Releases Media Highlights Expertise Guide Publications RSS Feeds About MIT Sloan Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Operations Research and Statistics Home Faculty Courses Publications Working Papers Research Centers Faculty Openings MIT Sloan Faculty Academic Groups Operations Research and Statistics Operations Research and Statistics The Operations Research and Statistics Group at MIT Sloan applies advanced analytical methods to data driven problems to generate better solutions This group investigates a broad range of theoretical and applied topics related to optimization probability statistics and machine learning With probabilistic modeling expertise and strong optimization skills the Operations Research and Statistics faculty is developing leading edge solutions to the most vital data driven problems facing today s organizations and enterprises The members of this highly collaborative group are well integrated into the broad community of scholars across MIT who work in the areas of operations research statistics machine learning operations management industrial engineering and computational science Most

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  • Home - System Dynamics
    Sloan Fellows Program MBA or SM Executive Education Corporate Connection Newsroom Articles Press Releases Media Highlights Expertise Guide Publications RSS Feeds About MIT Sloan Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory System Dynamics Home About Us Faculty PhD Students Courses Programs Publications Working Papers Events Research Centers News MIT Sloan Faculty Academic Groups System Dynamics System Dynamics Thoughtful leaders increasingly recognize that we are not only failing to solve the persistent problems we face but are in fact causing them From road building programs that actually increase traffic congestion to pathogens that evolve resistance to antibiotics to failed process improvement initiatives our best efforts to solve problems often make them worse System dynamics is designed to avoid such policy resistance and identify high leverage policies for sustained improvement We develop formal mathematical models grounded in empirical evidence to build theoretical understanding of complex systems and seek to use those models to design and implement policies that yield lasting benefits for businesses and society Learn more about System Dynamics Focus On Sustainability MIT Sloan s Sustainability Initiative is greatly influenced by the interdisciplinary approach pioneered by the System Dynamics Group

    Original URL path: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/group/system-dynamics/ (2015-03-14)
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