Faculty

Asst Prof Michelle Barton Sees Lessons in MBTA’s Winter Crisis

Take everyday glitches seriously, study them closely, and figure out how to anticipate them earlier next time. More

Prof Susan Fournier on the Success of Canada Goose

"People started to think about hardcore Canadians braving the cold, and so it became a fad and then transitioned from a fad into a strong brand." More

Top 10 Bitcoin Risks from Mark Williams at World Bank Conference 2014

Executive-in-Residence Mark Williams presented his top-10 risks associated with Bitcoin during the Virtual Currencies: Regulatory and Legal Challenges of New Peer-to-Peer Technologies in Financial Services panel at the 2014 World Bank Conference. His top-10 risks include: Bitcoin is not legal tender Extreme... More

Kira Fabrizio Wins 2014 Richard R. Nelson Prize

Assistant Professor Kira Fabrizio has been recognized for her article “Absorptive Capacity and the Search for Innovation," which examines the link between a firm’s absorptive capacity-building activities and the search process for innovation. More

New Paper from Shulamit Kahn Finds Gender Discrimination Irrelevant in Math-Intensive Fields

The image of a male-dominated academy persists, but references to gender discrimination are no longer a valid cause of women's underrepresentation in math-intensive fields. More