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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    in Chinese Economy and Business and a Professor of Global Economics and Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management Huang founded and runs the China Lab and the India Lab which aim to help entrepreneurs in those countries improve their management skills He is an expert source on international business political economy and international management In collaboration with other scholars Huang is conducting research on human capital formation in China and India entrepreneurship and ethnic and labor intensive foreign direct investment FDI Prior to MIT Sloan he held faculty positions at the University of Michigan and at Harvard Business School Huang also served as a consultant to the World Bank His research has been profiled in many publications including The Wall Street Journal The Economist Businessworld Le Monde the Economic Times as well as in numerous Chinese publications He also has contributed to the Financial Times The New York Times and Foreign Policy Huang s published books include Inflation and Investment Controls in China 1996 FDI in China 1998 Selling China 2003 and Financial Reform in China 2005 co edited with Tony Saich and Edward Steinfeld His most recent book Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics 2008 is based on detailed archival and quantitative evidence spanning three decades of reforms Huang shows that private entrepreneurship facilitated by financial liberalization and microeconomic flexibility played a central role in China s economic miracle Huang has held or received prestigious fellowships such as the National Fellowship at Stanford University and the Social Science Research Council MacArthur Fellowship He is a member of the Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship a Fellow at the Center for Chinese Economic Research and the Center for China in the World Economy at Tsinghua University a Fellow at the William Davidson Institute at Michigan Business School and a World Economic

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    teams of business engineering science and policy students through the process of creating new energy ventures Hynes is also the founder and president of XL Hybrids a company which addresses one of the largest and most immediate challenges in energy rapidly reducing dependence on petroleum for transportation XL Hybrids has developed a proprietary hybrid electric powertrain which is cost effective for commercial fleets and can be installed in both new and existing vehicles in four hours This hybrid powertrain is rapidly getting adopted by Fortune 500 companies and uses components from leading suppliers like Johnson Controls XL Hybrids has also developed an advanced telematics platform which wirelessly collects vehicle operational data to optimize the performance of hybrid technology in real world applications Hynes raised over 10M to launch this venture and assembled and manages a cross disciplinary team Hynes is the cofounder of the MIT Clean Energy Prize and is on the Advisory Board He also works with and advises startups and established companies active in energy Hynes was the director of alternative energy for Citizens Energy for five years and launched the company s wind development business He successfully developed and sold over 230 MW of wind projects and expanded the company s wind business to include a project pipeline of over 2 000 MW In addition to directing project acquisition development management activities and operations he assessed and developed new alternative energy business opportunities in energy efficiency waste to renewable fuel GHG offset projects low head hydro energy storage and other sectors of the energy space Prior to joining Citizens Energy Hynes was the principal director and cofounder of Strategic Energy Systems a consulting and engineering services firm focused on distributed power generation and wind power He also was the cochair of the Energy Committee for CERC the

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Groups LearningEdge International Programs Office Faculty Openings Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 41396 William Isaacs Senior Lecturer MIT Leadership Center Biography William Isaacs is a Senior Lecturer in the MIT Leadership Center at the MIT Sloan School of Management Isaacs is the founder and president of Dialogos a company offering transformational leadership educational programs in dialogue and dialogic consulting He also is the director of the Dialogue Project Isaacs holds an AB in policy studies from Dartmouth College an MSc in political philosophy from the London School of Economics and an MPhil and a DPhil from Oxford University in organizational behavior social theory and applied social psychology William Isaacs is a Senior Lecturer in the MIT Leadership Center at the MIT Sloan School of Management Isaacs is the founder and president of Dialogos a company offering transformational leadership educational programs in dialogue and dialogic consulting He also is the director of the Dialogue Project Isaacs holds an AB in policy studies from Dartmouth College an MSc in political philosophy from the London School of Economics and an MPhil and a DPhil from Oxford University in organizational behavior social theory and applied social psychology

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 41358 Rajkamal Iyer Associate Professor of Finance Biography Selected Publications Rajkamal Iyer is an Associate Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management Iyer s research focuses on the area of banking and contract theory with a particular interest in understanding the role of interbank markets in the provision of liquidity Recent research projects include examining the factors that mitigate depositor incentive to run on banks and examining how market participants overcome frictions in contracting Iyer holds a BA and an MA in economics from Bombay University an MSc in economics and finance from the London School of Economics and a PhD in finance from INSEAD Current Research Focus Iyer works on issues related to financial crisis contracting in developing economies and public policy Current projects include the role of depositors in monitoring banks the effect of liquidity injections by central banks on lending and the dynamics of relational contracting Rajkamal Iyer is an Associate Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management Iyer s research focuses on the area of banking and contract theory with a particular interest in understanding the role of interbank markets in the provision

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Groups LearningEdge International Programs Office Faculty Openings Faculty Directory By Name By Academic Group By Research Center Retired Faculty 41221 Henry Jacoby William F Pounds Professor of Management Emeritus Professor of Applied Economics Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research Biography Selected Publications Henry D Jacoby is the William F Pounds Professor of Management Emeritus in the MIT Sloan School of Management He is the former Co Director of the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change which focuses on the integration of the natural and social sciences and policy analysis applied to the threat of global climate change Jacoby oversees the design and application of the social science component of the Joint Program s research on anthropogenic climate change and its social and environmental consequences he helps lead MIT s research and analysis of national climate policies and the structure of the international climate regime Jacoby has been Director of the Harvard Environmental Systems Program Director of the MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research Associate Director of the MIT Energy Laboratory and Chair of the MIT Faculty He has made extensive contributions to the study of economics policy and management in the areas of energy natural resources and environment writing widely on these topics including seven books He currently serves on a National Academies Committee to Advise the U S Global Change Research Program and as a convening lead author on the U S National Climate Assessment Jacoby holds a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and a PhD in economics from Harvard University where he also served on the faculties of the Department of Economics and the Kennedy School of Government Henry D Jacoby is the William F Pounds Professor of Management Emeritus in the MIT Sloan

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    of Management and Director of the Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan He teaches courses on leadership strategy and innovation for sustainable business Jason engages students and alumni in hands on projects with leading companies and organizations These efforts help build a community of innovators for sustainability that includes MIT students and alumni faculty and researchers with partners in business government NGOs and hybrid organizations Jason s own research focuses on how people navigate the tensions inherent in the quest for sustainability as they simultaneously pursue their own self interest and the flourishing of human and other life This investigation includes deep case studies of cross sectoral collaboration and hybrid organizations that combine social and business goals It also includes action research efforts that help people cultivate authentic effective conversations about sustainability and escape common pitfalls of excessive moral and intellectual certainty Energy efficiency has proven a useful context to explore these questions Jay has conducted an ethnographic study of the Cambridge Energy Alliance and serves as a research partner and facilitator for the EDF Climate Corps program and its network of companies Alongside these efforts Jason is an active leader of sustainability efforts across MIT Through the MIT Sustainable Societies Research Group he brings together scholars from across the Institute to examine the invention implementation and transformation required for a sustainable society He has helped improve the energy and environmental footprint of the MIT campus by founding the MIT Generator and the Greening MIT community engagement campaign and serves as founding member of the Campus Energy Walk the Talk Task Force Prior to MIT Jay ran an Internet startup traveled around the world taught kindergarten in a progressive preschool and worked as a consultant with Dialogos International where he consulted on leadership development and organizational change for major international corporations

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  • Simon Johnson - MIT Sloan Professor of Entrepreneurship
    the MIT Sloan School of Management He is also a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington D C a co founder of BaselineScenario com a member of the Congressional Budget Office s Panel of Economic Advisers a member of the FDIC s Systemic Resolution Advisory Committee and a member of the private sector systemic risk council founded by Sheila Bair in 2012 In July 2014 he joined the Financial Research Advisory Committee of the U S Treasury s Office of Financial Research OFR For his articulate and outspoken support for public policies to end too big to fail Johnson was named a Main Street Hero by the Independent Community Bankers of America ICBA in 2013 Over the past five years Johnson has published more than 300 high impact pieces in the New York Times Bloomberg The Washington Post The Wall Street Journal The Atlantic The New Republic BusinessWeek The Huffington Post The Financial Times and Project Syndicate The Quiet Coup received over a million views when it appeared in The Atlantic in early 2009 His book 13 Bankers the Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown with James Kwak was an immediate bestseller and has become one of the mostly highly regarded books on the financial crisis Their follow up book on U S fiscal policy White House Burning The Founding Fathers Our National Debt and Why It Matters for You won praise across the political spectrum From March 2007 through the end of August 2008 Johnson was the International Monetary Fund s economic counsellor chief economist and director of its Research Department He also helped to found and run the NBER Africa Project Johnson holds a BA in economics and politics from the University of Oxford an MA in economics from the University

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Research Center Retired Faculty 41085 Aleksandra Kacperczyk Fred Kayne 1960 Career Development Professor of Entrepreneurship Associate Professor of Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management Biography Aleksandra Kacperczyk is the Fred Kayne 1960 Career Development Professor of Entrepreneurship and an Associate Professor of Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management Kacperczyk s work focuses on how social structures shape the processes of entrepreneurship and innovation Using the lens of organization theory and economic sociology her research examines how such processes are generated and how they affect the key outcomes for organizations and individuals Her current research explores how entrepreneurial processes interact with organizational boundaries in knowledge intensive industries via an individual s decision to found a new venture inside the organization or to leave and launch a new idea through a startup Using biographical data on portfolio managers in the mutual fund and hedge fund industries over the last two decades Kacperczyk examines how school ties identity and career imprinting affect an individual s entrepreneurship choices In her other projects she studies how changes in the legal environments reshape organizational boundaries by shifting managerial attention to non shareholding stakeholders and how work boundaries influence the structure and content of social ties across time and different cultures Her work experience includes strategy consulting to multiple entrepreneurial ventures in transition economies in Central Europe She lived and worked in several countries including Poland France and Canada Kacperczyk holds a BA from Mount Holyoke College and a PhD in management and organizations from the University of Michigan Aleksandra Kacperczyk is the Fred Kayne 1960 Career Development Professor of Entrepreneurship and an Associate Professor of Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management Kacperczyk s work focuses on how social structures shape the processes

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