Pian Shu, Harvard Business School

Are the Best and Brightest Going into Finance?: Career Choice and Skill Development of MIT Graduates

April 18, 2014 | 12:00pm - 1:30pm | Baker Library | Bloomberg Center 102


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BIO: Pian Shu is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration in the Technology and Operations Management Unit. She teaches the Technology and Operations Management course in the MBA required curriculum. She received the Berol Corporation Fellowship from the Harvard Business School in July 2013.  

Professor Shu studies innovation, talent allocation, and productivity from a labor economics perspective. Her current research examines innovators’ accumulation of inventive human capital, top talent and the consequences of their career choices, and the impact of technology and trade shocks on innovation.
A recipient of the Kauffmann Dissertation Fellowship in Entrepreneurship, Professor Shu earned her Ph.D. in economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She graduated from Colgate University with a BA in mathematics and mathematical economics.