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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    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 51410 Xavier Giroud Ford International Career Development Professor of Finance Assistant Professor of Finance Biography Selected Publications Xavier Giroud is the Ford International Career Development Professor of Finance and an Assistant Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management He is also a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research NBER Giroud teaches 15 402 Finance Theory II in the MIT Sloan MBA program His research interests are in the area of corporate finance and corporate governance His recent research examines the reallocation of resources within firms as well as the role of proximity between corporate headquarters and company units Giroud s work has appeared in leading academic journals including the Quarterly Journal of Economics and The Journal of Finance He has received various research awards including the Herman E Krooss Award for the best doctoral dissertation across all disciplines at the Stern School of Business New York University Giroud holds an MA in quantitative economics and finance from the University of St Gallen as well as an MPhil in finance and a PhD in finance from the Stern School of Business New York University Current Reseach Focus Professor Giroud s research interests are in the areas of corporate finance and corporate governance His current research examines the reallocation of resources within firms as well as the role of proximity between corporate headquarters and company units His research in corporate governance examines the interaction between corporate governance and product market competition Xavier Giroud is the Ford International Career Development Professor of Finance and an

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    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 41269 Renee Gosline Zenon Zannetos 1955 Career Development Professor Assistant Professor of Marketing Biography Selected Publications Renée Richardson Gosline is the Zenon Zannetos 1955 Career Development Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Management Science group at the MIT Sloan School of Management She has been named one of the World s Top 40 Professors under 40 by Poets and Quants an MIT Iron Professor and a scholar at the MIT Center for Digital Business Her main interest is in how status based bias and technology affect self perceptions and behavior Her research projects include the positive impact of imitation on brand strength the effect of social media storytelling on persuasion the role of status dynamics in health and performance and the use of wearable technology to aid willpower In order to address these issues rigorously she employs experimental methodology both in the field and laboratory Prior to academia she was a marketing practitioner at LVMH Moet Hennessy and Leo Burnett Gosline received her undergraduate and graduate training at Harvard University including a Doctorate from the Harvard Business School Renée Richardson Gosline is the Zenon Zannetos 1955 Career Development Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Management Science group at the MIT Sloan School of Management She has been named one of the World s Top 40 Professors under 40 by Poets and Quants an MIT Iron Professor and a scholar at the MIT Center for Digital Business Her main interest is in how status based bias and technology affect self perceptions and behavior Contact Information Office E62 539 Tel

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Openings Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 58811 Joao Granja Assistant Professor of Accounting Biography João Granja is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the MIT Sloan School of Management His research interests include analyzing the relationship between disclosure and financial development with a focus on examining the way accounting information affects the stability and development of financial institutions João has consulted on several projects that involved the use of financial statements to assess the efficiency of regulated industries in Portugal He has taught financial accounting corporate finance and microeconomics He is also an ad hoc reviewer for the Journal of Accounting Research João holds an undergraduate degree in economics from the Universidade do Porto an MSc in economics from the Universidade Católica Portuguesa Lisbon and a PhD in accounting from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business João Granja is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the MIT Sloan School of Management His research interests include analyzing the relationship between disclosure and financial development with a focus on examining the way accounting information affects the stability and development of financial institutions João has consulted on several projects that involved the use of

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    International Action Learning Programs G Lab China India Lab GO Lab Biography John Grant is a Senior Lecturer in Global Economics and Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management His focus is in the domains of global strategy corporate finance and valuation entrepreneurship and strategic management Grant is a member of the teaching team for two MBA courses 15 389 Global Entrepreneurship in Developing Economies and 15 225 Economy and Business in Modern China and India where he is the Associate Course Lead He teaches strategy analysis market entry strategy private equity venture capital and multinational operating strategy In addition Grant is a mentor in four of MIT Sloan s International Action Learning Programs Global Entrepreneurship Lab China Lab India Lab and the Global Organization Lab He has mentored teams supporting companies in East Southeast Asia Australia the Middle East Europe and South America in addition to the U S Company issues have involved business strategy development operations management new market entry global organization and integrated strategic management Grant s management interests are the result of over 30 years experience as a global strategic management consultant He has worked on six continents with organizations ranging from startups to the world s largest most complex multinational companies Grant has been a principal in three leading strategy consulting firms managing consulting practices in Europe Asia and North America He has also been involved in the startup of new ventures in healthcare energy services and biotechnology and has held the positions of chief operating officer and chief financial officer Mr Grant holds a BS in applied mathematics from the University of Washington and an SM in management finance concentration from the MIT Sloan School of Management John Grant is a Senior Lecturer in Global Economics and Management at the MIT Sloan School

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 55733 Nathaniel Gregory Senior Lecturer in Finance Biography Before joining MIT Sloan School of Management in the fall of 2013 Nat Gregory was Clinical Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business where he taught from 2005 2013 Prior to Chicago Booth he was chairman and CEO of NATCO Group Inc a NYSE oilfield equipment and services company Previously Gregory held various positions in investment banking including general partner in mergers and acquisitions at Lazard Freres Co in the 1980s For a number of years he was a managing director at a private equity firm Capricorn Holdings Gregory serves or has served on several boards of directors including OCI Partners Rotech Healthcare Plainfield Direct NATCO Group Mrs Fields Cookies and Marine Drilling In the early 1980s he was chief economist and a vp financial services at Bechtel Group a privately owned engineering contractor based in San Francisco Prior to Bechtel and before graduate school he had been a foreign affairs analyst and speechwriter at the Congressional Research Service in Washington DC Gregory holds a master s degree in American government from Georgetown University and a master s degree in public

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    Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 85359 Isabel Guerrero Senior Lecturer Biography Isabel Guerrero is a Senior Lecturer in the MIT Leadership Center at the MIT Sloan School of Management She is an economist who has worked in development all her professional life Her career began as a macroeconomist designing policy reforms from the World Bank adjustment operations in Philippines Morocco and the Former Soviet Union she also wrote the World Bank s first Poverty Report on the Philippines Isabel was a manager in the Economic Development Institute training government officials parliamentarians and journalists on macroeconomics decentralization and trade Between 1997 and 2008 Isabel was a country director for Bolivia Ecuador Paraguay Peru Colombia Mexico and India In that capacity she designed the World Bank Country Strategy for each of these countries covering a wide range of sectors including infrastructure social development environment private sector development rural development and livelihood programs the financial sector macroeconomics and trade policy In 2013 she retired from the WB after five years as vice president for the South Asia region where she managed a US 39 billion dollar portfolio a US 150 million administrative budget and US 6 billion in Trust Funds Isabel

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    as a founder investor director legal counsel or employee and has advised entrepreneurs high growth businesses and venture capitalists Hadzima is a founding judge of the MIT 10K Entrepreneurship Competition now the MIT 100K Entrepreneurship Competition and has taught the popular IAP course Nuts and Bolts of Business Plans since 1989 He is a frequent speaker for the MIT Enterprise Forum s Satellite Broadcast Series SBS including programs on company valuation and structuring venture capital deals Hadzima is the managing director of Main Street Partners LLC a venture development and technology commercialization firm as well as the president of its portfolio company IPVision Inc an intellectual property management systems and services firm He was a director of the Global MIT Enterprise Forum for over 25 years and was its chairman of the board for four years Hadzima practiced law for 17 years first at Ropes Gray in Boston and then at Sullivan Worcester as founder and director of the High Tech New Ventures Group He is a former director of the New England chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors and of several private and public companies His Starting Up column appeared regularly in the Boston Business Journal A member of the MIT Venture Mentoring Service he has advised federal and state government agencies universities and nonprofits on the creation and support of entrepreneurial ecosystems to create economic growth He is the recipient of the MIT Bronze Beaver Award the highest MIT alumni award for his work in entrepreneurship He was the second recipient of the Adolf F Monosson Prize for Entrepreneurship Mentoring Hadzima holds a BSc from MIT an SM in management from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a JD from the Harvard Law School Joseph Hadzima is a Senior Lecturer in the Martin Trust Center

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    States and abroad At MIT Sloan he teaches in the MBA program and Leaders for Global Operations for which he moderates a mandatory two year leadership program He has also taught in MIT s Industrial Liaison MIT China Management Education Master of Finance Management of Technology Nanyang Fellows Sloan Fellows in Innovation and Global Leadership Supply Chain Management and System Design and Management programs Since 1996 Hafrey has moderated the Aspen Institute s Seminar in Leadership Values and the Good Society and other seminars sponsored by the Institute in the U S and abroad From 1993 to 2010 together with his wife Sandra Naddaff Hafrey was a co Master of Mather House one of the 12 residential complexes in Harvard College The Mather community brings together 400 undergraduates 100 faculty administrative and alumni fellows and dozens of advisory and other staff A former staff editor at The New York Times Book Review Hafrey has published book translations from French and German His reporting essays reviews and interviews have appeared in The New York Times and other American and European periodicals He serves on the editorial advisory board of Philosophy of Management U K and the Journal of Business Ethics Education U S His book on how people use stories to articulate ethical norms The Story of Success Five Steps to Mastering Ethics in Business appeared in 2005 Hafrey holds an AB in English from Harvard College and a PhD in comparative literature from Yale University Leigh Hafrey is a Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management Since 1991 Hafrey has worked in professional ethics with a focus on ethical leadership teaching courses at Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan and consulting with professional practitioners in the United States and abroad At MIT Sloan he teaches in the MBA

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