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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    M Stein is Senior Lecturer in Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management and also holds the position of Research Affiliate at the MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering He has been actively engaged in developing implementing and writing about new approaches to applied risk modeling and financial prediction for almost 25 years He and his teams have developed implemented and delivered products and services that have become industry benchmarks in banking and finance In addition to his academic work Stein has held a number of senior positions in industry He was the Chief Analytics Officer at State Street GX as well as Senior Managing Director of Product Strategy Before this he wasmanaging director of research and academic relations globally for Moody s Corporation and prior to this president of Moody s research labs Earlier in his career he was co head of research at Moody s KMV Stein has written over fifty professional and academic articles and has coauthored two full length texts on applied analytics His current research interests are in the areas of systemic risk credit risk model risk and validation biomedical funding and the interface between data mining and financial theory He is also Affiliated Researcher at the Berkeley Center for Risk Management Research Stein is on the editorial board of several finance journals He is also the founder and president of the Consortium for Systemic Risk Analytics and a member of the Advisory Council of the Museum of Mathematics the Board of PlaNet Finance USA and the Academic Advisory Board of the EC s SYstemic Risk Tomography Project SYRTO Stein holds a master s degree and PhD from the Stern School of Business New York University Roger M Stein is Senior Lecturer in Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management and also holds the

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    and organizational learning computer simulation of corporate strategy and public policy issues and environmental sustainability He is the author of many scholarly and popular articles on the challenges and opportunities facing organizations today including the book Modeling for Organizational Learning and the award winning textbook Business Dynamics Sterman s research centers on improving decision making in complex systems including corporate strategy and operations energy policy public health environmental sustainability and climate change He has pioneered the development of management flight simulators of corporate and economic systems which are now used by corporations universities and governments around the world His research ranges from the dynamics of organizational change and the implementation of sustainable improvement programs to climate change and the implementation of policies to promote a sustainable world Sterman has been recognized for his work with an honorary doctorate from the Università della Svizzera italiana Switzerland has twice been awarded the Jay W Forrester Prize for the best published work in system dynamics has won an IBM Faculty Award as well as the Accenture Award for the best paper of the year published in the California Management Review has seven times won awards for teaching excellence and was named one of MIT Sloan s Outstanding Faculty by the BusinessWeek Guide to the Best Business Schools He has been featured on Public Television s News Hour National Public Radio s Marketplace CBC television Fortune the Financial Times BusinessWeek and other media for his research and innovative use of interactive simulations in management education and policymaking Sterman holds an AB in engineering and environmental systems from Dartmouth College and a PhD in system dynamics from MIT John D Sterman is the Jay W Forrester Professor in Computer Science a Professor of System Dynamics and Engineering Systems and the Director of the System Dynamics

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    Retired Faculty 41362 Scott Stern David Sarnoff Professor of Management of Technology Biography Selected Publications Scott Stern is the David Sarnoff Professor of Management and Chair of the Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management Group at the MIT Sloan School of Management Stern explores how innovation and entrepreneurship differ from more traditional economic activities and the consequences of these differences for strategy and policy His research in the economics of innovation and entrepreneurship focuses on entrepreneurial strategy innovation driven entrepreneurial ecosystems and innovation policy and management Recent studies include the impact of clusters on entrepreneurship the role of institutions in shaping the accumulation of scientific and technical knowledge and the drivers and consequences of entrepreneurial strategy Stern has worked widely with practitioners in bridging the gap between academic research and the practice of innovation and entrepreneurship This includes advising start ups and other growth firms in the area of entrepreneurial strategy as well as working with governments and other stakeholders on policy issues related to competitiveness and regional performance In recent years Stern has developed a popular new MIT Sloan elective Entrepreneurial Strategy co founded the MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program advised the development of the Social Progress Index and served as the lead MIT investigator on the US Cluster Mapping Project Stern started his career at MIT where he taught from 1995 to 2001 Before returning to MIT in 2009 he held positions as a professor at the Kellogg School of Management and as a Non Resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution Stern is the director and co founder of the I nnovation Policy Working Group at the National Bureau of Economic Research In 2005 he was awarded the Kauffman Prize Medal for Distinguished Research in Entrepreneurship Stern holds a BA in economics from New York University and

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    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 41171 Thomas Stoker Gordon Y Billard Professor in Management and Economics Professor of Applied Economics Biography Thomas M Stoker is the Gordon Y Billard Professor in Management and Economics and a Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management Stoker is a leading researcher in economic modeling econometric methodology and empirical analysis of economic relationships His specialties include aggregation in economics which connect individual decisions with overall economic aggregates and semiparametric econometrics which refer to flexible methods of estimation for economic models Stoker has done applications to a diverse range of empirical problems in economics including consumer demand energy demand and supply housing wealth and consumption and the study of unemployment He is a Fellow of the Econometric Society Stoker holds a BS in mathematics from the University of Arizona and an MS and a PhD in economics from Harvard University Thomas M Stoker is the Gordon Y Billard Professor in Management and Economics and a Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management Stoker is

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  • MIT Sloan Faculty Directory - MIT Sloan
    By Research Center Retired Faculty 58805 Donald Sull Senior Lecturer Biography Donald Sull is a Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management Sull is a global authority on managing in turbulent markets and directs a week long course on effectively executing strategy in volatile markets He has been identified as a leading management thinker by The Economist the Financial Times and Fortune which named him among the ten new management gurus to know The Economist listed his theory of active inertia among the ideas that shaped business management over the past century He has published five books including The Upside of Turbulence 2009 His book Made in China was named one of the top eight business books of 2005 by the Financial Times and his book Why Good Companies Go Bad was a finalist for the Academy of Management s Outstanding Management Book Award Sull has also written over 100 book chapters case studies and articles including several bestselling Harvard Business Review articles As a consultant and management educator Sull has worked with companies including Mars Oracle PIMCO Royal Bank of Canada Standard Chartered Bank Emirates Airline Baker McKenzie Burberry and Schneider Electric He speaks regularly at leading management conferences such as Microsoft s CEO Summit and the McKinsey Strategy Summit Prior to academia he worked as a consultant with McKinsey Company and a management investor with the leveraged buyout firm Clayton Dubilier on the Uniroyal Goodrich Tire Company deal He remains active in private equity as an investor and advisor to start up companies He lives in London and Cape Cod Sull received his AB MBA and doctorate from Harvard University where he taught entrepreneurship at the Harvard Business School before rejoining the London Business School faculty as a professor of management practice in strategy and entrepreneurship

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    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 41285 Tavneet Suri Maurice F Strong Career Development Professor Associate Professor of Applied Economics Biography Selected Publications Tavneet Suri is the Maurice F Strong Career Development Professor and an Associate Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management Suri is a development economist with a regional focus on sub Saharan Africa Her research centers on agriculture household financial access and informal risk sharing and more recently governance and political participation A large body of her work focuses on the constraints to technology adoption in agriculture She has also conducted a lot of research on the impacts of mobile money for example M PESA in Kenya and applications of the mobile money platform for credit contracts e g trade credit and credit for solar panels Her most recent work has focused on governance issues in the Kibera slum in Nairobi and a large scale field experiment she conducted in Kenya during the 2013 general election the project where they sent a million text messages literally She spends a lot of time in the field collecting her own data primarily in Kenya Sierra Leone and Rwanda She is the Scientific Director for Africa for J PAL a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research an affiliate of BREAD and CEPR and co director of the Agriculture Research Program at the International Growth Center Suri holds a BA in economics from Trinity College Cambridge University as well as an MA in international and development economics an MPhil in economics and a PhD from Yale University Tavneet

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    Professor of Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management Biography Neil Thompson is an Assistant Professor of Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management Thompson s work focuses on the intersection of business and public policy His areas of research are Moore s Law and the impact of computation on firms technology transfer and academic licensing synthetic biology and dominant design and how Wikipedia impacts academic science Thompson has had a wealth of career experiences working for such varied organizations as Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories Bain and Company The United Nations the World Bank and the Canadian Parliament He received a BA in physics and a BA honors in economics and international development from Queen s University an MS in economics from the London School of Economics an MS in computer science and an MA in statistics from the University of California Berkeley and a PhD in business and public policy from the University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business Neil Thompson is an Assistant Professor of Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management Thompson s work focuses on the intersection of business and public policy His areas of research are Moore s Law and the impact of computation on firms technology transfer and academic licensing synthetic biology and dominant design and how Wikipedia impacts academic science Thompson has had a wealth of career experiences working for such varied organizations as Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories Bain and Company The United Nations the World Bank and the Canadian Parliament He received a BA in physics and a BA honors in economics and international development from Queen s University an MS in economics from the London School of Economics an MS in computer science and an MA in statistics from

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    Asia Pacific Initiatives and Dean Emeritus at the MIT Sloan School of Management His career at MIT Sloan spans more than 40 years Thurow was Dean of MIT Sloan from 1987 until 1993 and taught at Harvard from 1966 to 1968 after a term as a staff economist on President Lyndon Johnson s Council of Economic Advisers His formal academic work focuses on globalization economic instability and the distribution of income and wealth He writes for the general public in a number of American and international newspapers has been featured twice on 60 Minutes and has been on the cover of The Atlantic magazine Thurow is the author of several books three of which have been New York Times bestsellers aimed at a general audience Head to Head The Coming Economic Battle Among Japan Europe and America 1992 looked at the nature of the global economic competition and was on the New York Times bestseller list for more than six months His 1996 book The Future of Capitalism How Today s Economic Forces Shape Tomorrow s World examined the forces changing the structure of the world economy His 1999 book Building Wealth The New Rules for Individuals Companies and Nations in a Knowledge Based Economy analyzes how the new knowledge based economy works His latest book Fortune Favors the Bold What We Must Do To Build a New and Lasting Global Prosperity examines today s most pressing global issues Published in October 2003 it became an international bestseller In the past Thurow has served on the editorial board of The New York Times as a contributing editor for Newsweek and as a member of Time magazine s board of economists He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and served as vice president of the American

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