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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 22672 Erik Brynjolfsson Schussel Family Professor of Management Science Professor of Information Technology Director The MIT Center for Digital Business Biography Selected Publications Erik Brynjolfsson is the Schussel Family Professor of Management Science a Professor of Information Technology and the Director of the MIT Center for Digital Business at the MIT Sloan School of Management Brynjolfsson explores how advances in information technology contribute to business performance and organizational change He directs the MIT Center for Digital Business a research initiative that analyzes the business uses of the Internet and other digital Technologies His projects include a study of information worker productivity a valuation method for intangible organizational capital calibration of increased product variety online a k a the long tail and an analysis of optimal pricing strategies for digital goods In a related work Brynjolfsson is assessing how investments in computers and networks alter economic growth industry structure and labor demand Brynjolfsson holds an AB in applied mathematics from Harvard College an SM in decision sciences from Harvard University and a PhD in managerial economics from MIT Erik Brynjolfsson is the Schussel Family Professor of Management Science a Professor of Information Technology and the Director of the MIT Center for Digital Business at the MIT Sloan School of Management Brynjolfsson explores how advances in information technology contribute to business performance and organizational change Full curriculum vitae Website Contact Information Office E62 414 Tel 617 253 4319 Fax 617 258 7579 E mail erikb mit edu Support Staff Name Susan Young Tel 617 324 7328 E mail susany mit edu Group s Information Technology Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management Research Center s MIT Center for Collective Intelligence MIT Center for Digital Business MIT Center for Information Systems Research General

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Retired Faculty 54182 Philip Budden Senior Lecturer Biography Phil Budden is a Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan affiliated with the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship and the TIES Group He co teaches a course on entrepreneurial ecosystems known as the Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Lab REAL with Fiona Murray REAL combines academic and real world perspectives on how different stakeholders including policymakers can contribute to building successful ecosystems Phil is currently on leave from the British Government working in Boston s private sector for the Royal Bank of Scotland s US subsidiary RBS Citizens focusing on financing transatlantic especially British American trade and investment In the fall of 2012 while a Visiting Scholar at MIT Phil undertook a project on entrepreneurship for the British Prime Minister s office at No 10 and UK Trade and Investment to inform the UK s Entrepreneurs Campaign From 2007 until 2012 he had served as the British consul general to New England As consul general Phil had responsibility for transatlantic business affairs including trade and investment politics and policy issues as well as science and innovation leading him to an abiding interest in entrepreneurship He moved the British Consulate to One Broadway aka E70 to be closer to MIT Sloan and the Cambridge Innovation Center Phil had joined the British Foreign Office in 1993 His first ten years as a diplomat focused on Britain s membership of the European Union and its key economic and technology policies His second decade was spent in the US first at the British Embassy in Washington focused on transatlantic economic and business issues including technology security international science and innovation links and trade policy and later based in Boston as Her Britannic Majesty s consul general to New England Phil holds a BA and MA in History from

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Office Faculty Openings Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 41043 John Carrier Senior Lecturer Biography John Carrier is a Senior Lecturer of System Dynamics at the MIT Sloan School of Management Carrier instructs senior managers on improving manufacturing and business processes and serves as an on site coach in support of projects His research focuses on strategic marketing and new business development in high technology specialty chemicals and service segments Carrier has more than 15 years of experience in a variety of corporate entrepreneurial and consulting environments Since 2006 he has worked with Arsenal Capital Partners as director of Six Sigma where he is responsible for increasing portfolio company valuation by adapting and applying Six Sigma techniques to midsize companies Carrier also handles due diligence post merger integrations and financial analysis and improvement Prior to joining Arsenal Capital Partners he was employed by Grace Construction Products Bain Company Inc and SuperCool LLC Carrier holds a BS in chemical engineering from the University of Michigan a PhD in chemical engineering from MIT and an MBA from Harvard Business School John Carrier is a Senior Lecturer of System Dynamics at the MIT Sloan School of Management Carrier instructs senior managers on improving manufacturing and business processes and serves as an on site coach in support of projects Contact Information E mail jfcarrie mit edu Group s System Dynamics General Expertise Action learning Applied probability Automotive industry Bankruptcy Business education Business process modeling Business process modeling Business process modeling Business transformation Canada Case studies Change management Competitive strategy Crisis management Data analytics Education Employee motivation Energy Europe Executive education Executive education Experimental design Family business Fracking Gas Healthcare delivery Healthcare industry Healthcare operations management Hospital operations management Hostile work environment Hydraulic fracturing Industrial organization Industrial relations Industrial

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    About MIT Sloan Facts and Figures Campus Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Faculty Research Faculty Research Home News and Publications Research Spotlight Research Centers Academic Groups LearningEdge International Programs Office Faculty Openings Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 41251 John Carroll Gordon Kaufman Professor of Management Professor of Organization Studies and Engineering Systems Biography Selected Publications John Carroll is the Gordon Kaufman Professor of Management a Professor of Organization Studies and Engineering Systems and the Co Director of the Lean Advancement Initiative at the MIT Sloan School of Management Carroll is an excellent source for information on individual and group decision making with a focus on its relationship to organizational learning and change practices such as self assessment and root cause analysis His recent work focuses on industries that manage significant hazards such as nuclear power petrochemicals and healthcare He has examined the relationships among leadership management philosophies teamwork mental models safety culture and human performance improvement Carroll holds a BS in physics from MIT as well as an MA and a PhD in social psychology from Harvard University John Carroll is the Gordon Kaufman Professor of Management a Professor of Organization Studies and Engineering Systems and the Co Director of the Lean Advancement Initiative at the MIT Sloan School of Management Carroll is an excellent source for information on individual and group decision making with a focus on its relationship to organizational learning and change practices such as self assessment and root cause analysis His recent work focuses on industries that manage significant hazards such as nuclear power petrochemicals and healthcare Contact Information Office E62 318 Tel 617 253 2617 Fax 617 253 2660 E mail jcarroll mit edu Support Staff Name Patricia Curley

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 41313 Emilio J Castilla NTU Professor of Management Associate Professor of Management Biography Selected Publications Emilio J Castilla is the NTU Professor of Management and Associate Professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management Castilla studies how social networks influence organizational and employment processes and outcomes over time He tackles this question by examining different empirical settings with longitudinal datasets both at the individual and organizational levels His focus is on the hiring retention and job mobility of employees within and across organizations and locations as well as on the impact of teamwork and social relations on performance His research and teaching interests include organizational theory and behavior economic sociology and human resources management Castilla joined the MIT Sloan faculty in 2005 after being a faculty member for three years in the management department of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania He is a member of the Institute for Work and Employment Research at MIT as well as a Research Fellow at the Wharton Financial Institutions Center and at the Center for Human Resources at the Wharton School Castilla holds a Graduate Diploma in business from Lancaster University UK a BA in economics from Universitat de Barcelona and a PhD in sociology from Stanford University Emilio J Castilla is the NTU Professor of Management and Associate Professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management Castilla studies how social networks influence organizational and employment processes and outcomes over time He tackles this question by examining different empirical settings with longitudinal datasets both at the individual and organizational levels Website Contact Information Office E62 332 Tel 617 253 0286 Fax 617 253 2660 E mail ecastilla mit edu Support Staff Name Patricia Curley Tel 617 253 5701 E

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    News and Publications Research Spotlight Research Centers Academic Groups LearningEdge International Programs Office Faculty Openings Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 58777 Christian Catalini Fred Kayne 1960 Career Development Professor of Entrepreneurship Assistant Professor of Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management Biography Christian Catalini is the Fred Kayne 1960 Career Development Professor of Entrepreneurship and Assistant Professor of Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management Christian s main areas of interest are the economics of innovation entrepreneurship and scientific productivity His research focuses on crowdfunding and online entrepreneurial finance how proximity affects the recombination of ideas and the adoption of technology standards science and technology interactions In 2009 10 he was a visiting scholar at Harvard IQSS He has presented his research on proximity and innovation at a variety of institutions including Harvard University MIT Yale University and London Business School Christian holds a BE in international markets and new technologies an MSc in economics and management of international markets and new technologies from Bocconi University Milan and a PhD in strategic management from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto Christian Catalini is the Fred Kayne 1960 Career Development Professor of Entrepreneurship and Assistant Professor of Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management Christian s main areas of interest are the economics of innovation entrepreneurship and scientific productivity His research focuses on crowdfunding and online entrepreneurial finance how proximity affects the recombination of ideas and the adoption of technology standards science and technology interactions Full curriculum vitae Website Working Papers Contact Information Office E62 480 Tel 617 253 6727 E mail catalini mit edu Support Staff Name Isabella DiMambro Tel 617 253 6621 E mail dimambro mit edu

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Life Leadership Global Reach History Centennial Visit MIT Sloan Work At MIT Sloan Directory Faculty Research Faculty Research Home News and Publications Research Spotlight Research Centers Academic Groups LearningEdge International Programs Office Faculty Openings Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 7778 Alberto Cavallo Cecil and Ida Green Career Development Professor Assistant Professor of Applied Economics Biography Selected Publications Alberto Cavallo is the Cecil and Ida Green Associate Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research Alberto s research focuses on the micro level behavior of prices and its implications for macroeconomic models and policies His empirical work is based on the use of daily data collected from hundreds of online retailers around the world He co founded the Billion Prices Project at MIT an academic initiative that pioneered the use of online data to conduct research on high frequency price dynamics and inflation measurement He is also a co founder of PriceStats the leading global provider of inflation statistics and Dineromail the first online payments company in Latin America Alberto received a BS fron Universidad de San Andres in Argentina in 2000 an MBA from MIT Sloan in 2005 and a PhD from Harvard University in 2010 He is married and has a son Alberto Cavallo is the Cecil and Ida Green Associate Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research Alberto s research focuses on the micro level behavior of prices and its implications for macroeconomic models and policies His empirical work is based on the use of daily data collected from hundreds of online retailers around the world Full curriculum vitae Contact

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    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 Faculty Research Faculty Research Home News and Publications Research Spotlight Research Centers

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