Erik Stafford: Winner of the 2002 Smith Breeden Prize for Outstanding Paper in the Journal of Finance for "Limited Arbitrage in Equity Markets" (with Mark Mitchell and Todd Pulvino, April 2002).
Luis M. Viceira: Winner of the 2002 TIAA-CREF Paul A. Samuelson Award for Outstanding Scholarly Writing on Lifelong Financial Security for Strategic Asset Allocation: Portfolio Choice for Long-Term Investors (with John Y. Campbell, Oxford University Press, 2002).
Benjamin C. Esty: Received the 2001 HBS Student Association Faculty Teaching Award for exceptional contributions to the graduating class's HBS experience.
Lauren H. Cohen: Winner of a Simon Kuznets Fellowship, Outstanding Undergraduate in Economics, Penn Institute for Economic Research, 2000.
Joshua D. Coval: Winner of the 2000 Smith Breeden Prize for the best paper in the Journal of Finance for "Home Bias at Home: Local Equity Preference in Domestic Portfolios" (with Tobias J. Moskowitz, December 1999).
Erik Stafford: Winner of the 2000 Merton Miller Prize for "Managerial Decisions and Long-Term Stock-Price Performance" (with Mark Mitchell, Journal of Business, July 2000).
Luis M. Viceira: Winner of the 1999 FAME Research Prize from the International Center for Asset Management and Financial Engineering and University of Lausanne for "Who Should Buy Long-Term Bonds? (with John Y. Campbell, American Economic Review, March 2001).
Benjamin C. Esty: Received the 1999 HBS Student Association Faculty Teaching Award for exceptional contributions to the graduating class's HBS experience.
Malcolm P. Baker: Winner of the 1998 George S. Dively Award for outstanding dissertation research for "Essays in Financial Economics" (Harvard University, PhD, 2000).
Kenneth A. Froot: Winner of the 1998 Journal of Financial Economics First Place Jensen Prize for Corporate Finance and Organizations for "Risk Management, Capital Budgeting and Capital Structure Policy for Financial Institutions: An Integrated Approach" (with Jeremy Stein, January 1998).