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  • Benjamin C. Esty: Won the 2013–2014 Greenhill Award for Outstanding Faculty Service.

  • W. Carl Kester: Recipient of the Robert F. Greenhill Award in 1992, 1994, 2005, and 2011.

  • Malcolm P. Baker: Second Place Winner of the 2012 Jensen Prize for the Best Corporate Finance Paper Published in the Journal of Financial Economics for "The Effect of Reference Point Prices on Mergers and Acquisitions" (with Xin Pan and Jeffrey Wurgler, October 2012).

  • Benjamin C. Esty: Received the 2012 Charles M. Williams Award for Excellence in Teaching.

  • Benjamin C. Esty: Won the 2012 Trailblazer Award from the HBS African American Student Union and the African American Alumni Association for contributions to the Harvard community and the summer venture in management program (SVMP).

  • Stuart C. Gilson: Winner of the 2012 Distinguished Paper Award from the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management for his paper with Emilie Feldman and Belén Villalonga, “Do Analysts Add Value When They Most Can? Evidence from Corporate Spinoffs” (Strategic Management Journal).

  • Carliss Y. Baldwin: In 2012, "Where Do Transactions Come From? Modularity, Transactions, and the Boundaries of Firms" (2008) was selected as one of the Best Twenty Articles from First Twenty Years of Publication, Industrial and Corporate Change, 1992-2011.

  • Benjamin C. Esty: Received the 2012 HBS Student Association Faculty Teaching Award for exceptional contributions to the graduating class's HBS experience.

  • Christopher A. Parsons: Winner of the 2012 Michael Brennan Award for the Best Financial Research Paper Published in the Review of Financial Studies for the paper with C. Dougal, J. Engelberg, and D. Garcia, "Journalists and the Stock Market" (2012).

  • Christopher A. Parsons: Second Place Winner of the 2012 Eugene Fama-Dimensional Fund Advisors (Fama-DFA) Prize for the Best Paper Published in the Journal of Financial Economics in the Areas of Capital Markets and Asset Pricing for the paper with J. Engelberg, and P. Gao, “Friends with Money” (2012).

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