Teresa M. Amabile: “How Leaders Kill Meaning at Work” (with Steven J. Kramer) was ranked by readers as the second most popular article of 2012 in the McKinsey Quarterly.
William R. Kerr: Winner of the 2013 Ewing Marion Kauffman Prize Medal for Distinguished Research in Entrepreneurship, awarded annually to one scholar under age 40 whose research has made a significant contribution to the literature in entrepreneurship.
William R. Kerr: Winner of the 2012 FPD Academy Award for Best World Bank Research in Finance and Private Sector Development.
Elisabeth Koll: Received a 2005 fellowship from The American Council of Learned Societies.
Elisabeth Koll: Elected President of the Historical Society for 20th-Century China (HSTCC), 2004–2006.
Mihir A. Desai: Runner up for the 2009 Review of Financial Studies-Michael Brennan Best Paper Prize for his paper with C. Fritz Foley and Kristen Forbes, "Financial Constraints and Growth: Multinational and Local Firm Responses to Currency Crises" (November 2008).
Mihir A. Desai: Received the Student Association Award for Teaching Excellence from the HBS Class of 2001.
Mihir A. Desai: Won the 2004 Barclays Global Investor Best Symposium Paper for his paper with Daniel Bergstresser and Joshua Rauh, “Managerial Opportunism and Earnings Manipulation: Evidence from Defined Benefit Pension Plans.”
Matthew Rhodes-Kropf: Won 2012 World Finance Conference Best Paper for "Investment Cycles and Startup Innovation" with Ramana Nanda.
Ramana Nanda: Won 2012 World Finance Conference Best Paper for "Investment Cycles and Startup Innovation" with Matthew Rhodes-Kropf.