Business, Government and the International Economy

2016

  • Laura Alfaro: Recipient of a 2016 Lemann Brazil Research Fund Award from Harvard University.

  • Sophus A. Reinert: Received the 2016 Greenhill Award for Outstanding Service to the HBS Community.

  • Matthew C. Weinzierl: Named a Faculty Research Fellow by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) in 2010.

  • Matthew C. Weinzierl: Awarded the 2016 Richard A. Musgrave Prize from the National Tax Association for “Optimal Taxation When Children’s Abilities Depend on Parents’ Resources” (National Tax Journal, March 2016) with Alexander Gelber.

2015

2014

  • David A. Moss: Received the HBS Student Association Faculty Teaching Award in 2014. Also received this award in 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, and 2013.

  • Matthew C. Weinzierl: Awarded the 2014 Marvin Bower Fellowship by Harvard Business School to support research by outstanding scholars.

2013

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2012 Charles M. Williams Award for Excellence in Teaching.

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2013 Robert F. Greenhill Award.

  • Laura Alfaro: Named Warren Alpert Professor of Business Administration, 2013.

  • Laura Alfaro: Named Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013.

  • J. Gunnar Trumbull: Received the 2013 Charles M. Williams Award for Excellence in Teaching.

  • J. Gunnar Trumbull: Received the 2013 HBS Student Association Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Required Curriculum.

2012

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2012 HBS Student Association Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Required Curriculum.

  • Sophus A. Reinert: Awarded the 2012 EAEPE-Myrdal Prize for Translating Empire: Emulation and the Origins of Political Economy (Harvard University Press, 2011).

  • Sophus A. Reinert: Awarded the 2012 George L. Mosse Prize for Translating Empire: Emulation and the Origins of Political Economy (Harvard University Press, 2011).

  • Sophus A. Reinert: Awarded the 2012 Joseph J. Spengler Prize for the best book in the history of economics for Translating Empire: Emulation and the Origins of Political Economy (Harvard University Press, 2011).

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Semi-finalist for the 2012 Krooss Dissertation Prize in Business History from the Business History Conference.

  • Matthew C. Weinzierl: Excellence in Peer Review, Journal of Public Economics, 2012. Awarded by Elsevier and the Editors of the Journal.

2011

2010

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Received a 2009-2010 Bankard Fund for Political Economy Predoctoral Fellowship from the University of Virginia.

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Received the 2010 Henry Belin du Pont Dissertation Fellowship from the Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society at the Hagley Museum and Archive in Wilmington, Delaware.

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Received the 2010 Sonnedecker Grant for Visiting Research in the History of Pharmacy at University of Wisconsin, Madison.

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Received the 2010 Thomas H. Critchlow Dissertation Research Award given by the Policy History Conference.

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Received a 2010 Tobin Project Summer Research Grant.

2009

  • David A. Moss: Received the 2009 Charles M. Williams Award for Excellence in Teaching.

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Received a 2009 Alfred D. Chandler Travel Fellowship from Harvard Business School for travel to Bocconi University.

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Received a 2009 Huskey Travel Grant from the Corcoran Department of History at the University of Virginia.

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Selected for the 2009 Business History Conference Oxford Journals Dissertation Colloquium in Business History.

2008

  • Laura Alfaro: Named a Young Global Leader 2008 by the World Economic Forum. The honor, bestowed annually, recognizes leaders in business, government, academia, and the media—below the age of 41—for their professional accomplishments, their commitment to society, and their potential to contribute to shaping the future of the world.

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Received the December 2008 Henry Belin du Pont Research Grant from the Hagley Museum and Library.

  • Matthew C. Weinzierl: Review of Economic Studies Tour, 2008. Presented the paper "The Surprising Power of Age-Dependent Taxes,” published in the Review in October, 2011.

2007

  • Laura Alfaro: Named Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, 2007.

  • Laura Phillips Sawyer: Received the 2005-2008 Corcoran Department of History Graduate Fellowship from the University of Virginia.

2006

  • David A. Moss: Received the 2005-2006 The Robert F. Greenhill Award.

2004

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2004 HBS Student Association Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Required Curriculum.

  • David A. Moss: Winner of the 2004 Kulp-Wright Book Award for When All Else Fails: Government as the Ultimate Risk Manager (Harvard University Press, 2002), presented by the American Risk and Insurance Association for the book considered to be the most influential text published on the economics of risk management and insurance.

2002

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Winner of the 2002 Marshall Shulman Prize for Outstanding Book on International Relations for National Purpose in the World Economy: Post-Soviet States in Comparative Perspective (Cornell University Press, 2001).

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2002 Robert F. Greenhill Award.

1999

  • David A. Moss: Winner of the Editors' Prize for the Best Article of 1999 from American Bankruptcy Law Journal for "The Rise of Consumer Bankruptcy: Evolution, Revolution, or Both" (with Gibbs A. Johnson, spring 1999).

1998

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Winner of the Harrison Prize for Best Article Published in Political Studies during 1998 for "The Politics of Monetary Leadership and Followership: Stability in the European Monetary System Since the Currency Crisis of 1992" (June 1998).

  • Laura Alfaro: Recipient of Dissertation Award, Department of Economics, University of California, Los Angeles, 1998.

1993

  • Laura Alfaro: Recipient of Fellowship, Foundation Francisco Marroquín, 1993-1999.