William R. Kerr: Awarded a 2004 Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching from the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard University.
Josh Lerner: Innovation and Its Discontents: How Our Broken Patent System Is Endangering Innovation and Progress, and What To Do About It (Princeton University Press, 2004), with Adam Jaffe, was selected by The Economist as one of the Best Business and Economics Books of the Year.
Ramana Nanda: Awarded a GBI-Stern Aspen Foundation Grant in 2004 for research on the Indian software industry.
Josh Lerner: Winner of the 2003 Western Finance Association’s NASDAQ Award for Best Paper on Capital Formation for "Transaction Structures in Developing Countries: The Case of Private Equity" (with Antoinette Schoar).
Noam T. Wasserman: Winner of the 2003 Aage Sørensen Memorial Award for sociological research for "Founder-CEO Succession and the Paradox of Entrepreneurial Success" (Organization Science, March–April 2003).
Paul A. Gompers: Winner of the 2002 Geewax, Terker & Company Prize in Investment Research offered by the Rodney L. White Center at Wharton for "Corporate Governance and Equity Prices" (with Joy L. Ishii and Andrew Metrick, Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 2003).
Josh Lerner: Received the 2002 All Star Paper Award from the Journal of Financial Economics for “Venture Capitalists and the Decision to Go Public” (1994).
Noam T. Wasserman: Winner of the 2002 George S. Dively award for dissertation research for "The Venture Capitalist as Entrepreneur: Characteristics and Dynamics within VC Firms" (Harvard University, 2002).
Mihir A. Desai: Received the Student Association Award for Teaching Excellence from the HBS Class of 2001.
Elisabeth Koll: Received a grant from the Research Foundation of Japanese Banks in Tokyo in 1999.