2013

  • Paul M. Healy: Winner of the second place 2013 Hermes Fund Managers' Best Paper Prize for the paper "Causes and Consequences of Firm Disclosures of Anticorruption Efforts" (with George Serafeim, Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 12–077, 2012).

  • Paul M. Healy: Awarded an Honorary Doctorate in 2013 by the University of Turku (Turun yliopisto) in Finland.

  • Krishna G. Palepu: Elected a Fellow of the International Academy of Management in 2013.

  • Karthik Ramanna: Awarded the 2013 Marvin Bower Fellowship by Harvard Business School to support research by outstanding scholars.

  • George Serafeim: Winner of the second place 2013 Hermes Fund Managers' Best Paper Prize for the paper "Causes and Consequences of Firm Disclosures of Anticorruption Efforts" (with Paul Healy, Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 12–077, 2012).

  • George Serafeim: Runner-up for the 2013 Whitebox Grant for Research in the Behavioral Sciences for the paper with Mozaffar Khan and Leonid Kogan, "Mutual Fund Trading Pressure: Firm-Level Stock Price Impact and Timing of SEOs" (Journal of Finance, 2012).

  • Suraj Srinivasan: Winner of the 2013 Apgar Award for Innovation in Teaching from the Harvard Business School.

  • Charles C.Y. Wang: Winner of the 2013 Academic Research Award from the IRRC Institute (Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute) for his paper with Lucian A. Bebchuk and Alma Cohen, "Learning and the Disappearing Association Between Governance and Returns" (Journal of Financial Economics, 2013).

2012

  • Srikant M. Datar: Recipient of a Doctorate of Literature, Honoris Causa, from Symbiosis International University in 2012.

  • Karthik Ramanna: Henry B. Arthur Fellow, 2012-2014.

  • Eugene F. Soltes: Winner of the 2012 Best Paper Award from the Financial Research Association for his paper with David H. Solomon “What Are We Meeting For? The Consequences of Private Meetings with Investors” (September 2012).

  • Charles C.Y. Wang: Awarded the 2011-2012 Bradley Graduate Fellowship from the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR).

2011

  • Dennis Campbell: Won the 2011 Charles M. Williams Award for Teaching Excellence.

  • Dennis Campbell: Won the Award for Excellence in Mentoring Doctoral Students from Harvard Business School in 2011.

  • Dennis Campbell: Won the 2011 Stan Hardy Award for Outstanding Paper published in the field of Operations Management from the Decision Sciences Institute for his paper with Ryan W. Buell and Frances X. Frei, “Are Self-Service Customers Satisfied or Stuck?” (Production and Operations Management, 2010).

  • Tatiana Sandino: Won the 2011 Emerging Scholar Competitive Manuscript Award from the Institute of Management Accountants for “Introducing the First Management Control Systems: Evidence from the Retail Sector” (Accounting Review, January 2007).

  • George Serafeim: Received the Scandinavian Private Bank (SEB) Award at the 2011 PRI-Mistra Conference for his paper with Beiting Cheng and Ioannis Ioannou, “Corporate Social Responsibility and Access to Finance" (Strategic Management Journal, forthcoming).

  • Charles C.Y. Wang: Received a 2011 Centennial Teaching Assistant Award from Stanford University.

  • Gwen Yu: Received the 2011 Outstanding Dissertation Award from the International Section of the American Accounting Association for her 2010 dissertation, "Accounting Standards and International Portfolio Holdings: An Analysis of Mutual Fund Holdings Following Mandatory Adoption of IFRS."

2010

  • Srikant M. Datar: Rethinking the MBA: Business Education at a Crossroads (Datar, Garvin, Cullen, Harvard Business Press, 2010) was selected by Strategy + Business as one of the Best Business Books of 2010.

  • Tatiana Sandino: Received the 2010 Deans Award for Research Excellence from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.

  • George Serafeim: Selected for publication in the 2010 Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings for "The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Investment Recommendations," coauthored with Ioannis Ioannou.

  • George Serafeim: Won the 2010 Wyss Award for Excellence in Doctoral Research.

  • Charles C.Y. Wang: Received a 2010 George P. Schultz Graduate Student Fellowship in Economic Policy from the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR).

2009

  • Dennis Campbell: Awarded the Marvin Bower Fellowship in 2009 by Harvard Business School in honor of Marvin Bower (MBA '30) to support research by outstanding scholars.

  • Charles C.Y. Wang: Won the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award from Stanford University, 2008–2010.

2008

  • Karthik Ramanna: Received the 2008 Best Dissertation Award from the Financial Accounting and Reporting Section of the American Accounting Association for "The Implications of Unverifiable Fair-Value Accounting: Evidence from the Political Economy of Goodwill Accounting" (Ph.D. diss., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2007).

  • Karthik Ramanna: Received the 2008 Elsevier/Journal of Accounting & Economics Best Paper Prize for "The Implications of Unverifiable Fair-Value Accounting: Evidence from the Political Economy of Goodwill Accounting" (Journal of Accounting & Economics, 45, nos. 2-3, August 2008).

2007

  • Suraj Srinivasan: Winner of the 2007 Ernest R. Wish Accounting Research Award from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business.

  • Suraj Srinivasan: Received a 2007 Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Research Grant.

  • Suraj Srinivasan: Received a 2007 Initiative on Global Financial Markets Research Grant from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business.

  • Charles C.Y. Wang: Received a Stanford University Graduate Fellowship, 2006–2008.

2006

  • Paul M. Healy: Winner of the 2006 Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence for "Which Types of Analyst Firms Are More Optimistic?" (with Amanda Paige Cowen and Boris Groysberg, Journal of Accounting & Economics, April 2006).

  • Suraj Srinivasan: Received a 2006 Initiative on Global Financial Markets Research Grant from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business.

2005

  • Tatiana Sandino: Won the 2005 Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award from the Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association for "Introducing the First Management Control Systems: Evidence from the Retail Sector."

  • Suraj Srinivasan: Received a 2005 Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Research Grant.

2004

  • Tatiana Sandino: Awarded the 2004 Outstanding Paper in Corporate Finance from the Eastern Finance Association for "Stock Options Expensing: Evidence from Shareholders’ Votes" with F. Ferri and G. Markarian.

2003

  • Dennis Campbell: Awarded the Harvard Business School Mel Tukman Dean Fellowship to new HBS Faculty in 2003.

  • Suraj Srinivasan: Won the 2003 George S. Dively Award for outstanding thesis research from Harvard Business School.

2002

  • Dennis Campbell: Received the 2002 George S. Dively Award for Outstanding Dissertation Research from Harvard Business School.

  • Suraj Srinivasan: Selected as a 2002 American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium Fellow.

  • Suraj Srinivasan: Received the 2002 Deloitte and Touche Doctoral Fellowship Award.

2000

  • Robert Simons: Winner of the 2000 Notable Contribution to Management Accounting Literature Award from the Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association for Levers of Control: How Managers Use Innovative Control Systems to Drive Strategic Renewal (Harvard Business School Press, 1995).

1999

  • Paul M. Healy: Business Analysis and Valuation Using Financial Statements (South-Western College Publishing, 1996), with Victor L. Bernard and Krishna G. Palepu, won the 1999 American Accounting Association Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award.

  • Krishna G. Palepu: Business Analysis and Valuation Using Financial Statements (South-Western College Publishing, 1996), with Victor L. Bernard and Paul M. Healy, won the 1999 American Accounting Association Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award.

1997

  • Paul M. Healy: Recipient of the MIT Sloan School of Management Outstanding Teacher Award in 1997. Also a recipient of this award in 1991 and 1992.

  • Paul M. Healy: Business Analysis and Valuation Using Financial Statements (South-Western College Publishing, 1996), with Victor L. Bernard and Krishna G. Palepu, won the 1997 Wildman Medal from the American Accounting Association.

  • Krishna G. Palepu: Business Analysis and Valuation Using Financial Statements (South-Western College Publishing, 1996), with Victor L. Bernard and Paul M. Healy, won the 1997 Wildman Medal Award from the American Accounting Association.

  • Tatiana Sandino: Received High Distinction and Best Student, Masters in Business Administration, INCAE Business School, in 1997.

1996

  • Tatiana Sandino: Received High Distinction and Best Student, Graduate Degree in Functional Administration, INCAE Business School, 1996.

1990

  • Paul M. Healy: Winner of the 1990 American Accounting Association Notable Contribution Award for the article "The Effect of Bonus Schemes on Accounting Decisions" (Journal of Accounting & Economics, April 1985).