Matthew Rhodes-Kropf: Won the 2011 First Prize WHU (Otto Beisheim School of Management) Finance Award for the best paper presented at the 2012 Campus for Finance Research Conference for his paper with Marc Martos-Vila, “Waves of Financial Buyers vs. Strategic Buyers.”
Teresa M. Amabile: Included as one of the 2011 Thinkers50—the definitive listing of the world’s top 50 business thinkers.
Thomas R. Eisenmann: Won a 2011 European Case Clearing House (ecch) Award in the Strategy and General Management category for his case with Benjamin G. Edelman, "Google Inc." (HBS Case 910-036) and another ecch Award in the Entrepreneurship category for his case with Mikołaj Jan Piskorski, David Chen, and Brian Feinstein, "Facebook’s Platforms" (HBS Case 808-128).
William R. Kerr: Awarded the 2011 Marvin Bower Fellowship to support research by outstanding scholars.
William R. Kerr: Winner of the 2010-2011 H. Gregg Lewis Prize from the Journal of Labor Economics for his paper with William F. Lincoln “The Supply Side of Innovation: H-1B Visa Reforms and U.S. Ethnic Innovation” (July 2010).
G. Felda Hardymon: Received the 2010 Lifetime Achievement in Venture Capital Award from the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) in recognition of both his professional and academic work in the field.
J. Bruce Harreld: Won the 2010 Accenture Award with Charles O'Reilly and Mike Tushman for the article "Organizational Ambidexterity: IBM and Emerging Business Opportunities" (California Management Review, summer 2009). The Accenture Award is given each year to the author (or authors) of the article published in the preceding volume of the California Management Review that has made the most important contribution to improving the practice of management.
Josh Lerner: Named the 2010 winner of the prestigious Global Award for Entrepreneurship for his pioneering research into venture capital and venture capital-backed entrepreneurship. Among his most important contributions is the synthesis of the fields of finance and entrepreneurship. He has also made several important contributions in the area of entrepreneurial innovation, spanning issues relating to alliances, patents, and open-source project development. The annual award was established in 1996 by the Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum, the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth, and Sweden's Research Institute of Industrial Economics.
Josh Lerner: Won the 2010 Axiom Business Book Award Gold Medal for the best book on entrepreneurship for Boulevard of Broken Dreams: Why Public Efforts to Boost Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Have Failed and What to Do About It (Princeton University Press, 2009).
Noam T. Wasserman: Noam Wasserman received the 2010 Academy of Management Innovation in Entrepreneurship Pedagogy Award for his course, Founders' Dilemmas.