Anita Elberse: Marketing Science article ("Demand and Supply Dynamics for Sequentially Released Products in International Markets: The Case of Motion Pictures," 2003, with Jehoshua Eliashberg) chosen as finalist for the INFORMS Society for Marketing Science "Long Term Impact Award," awarded annually to papers published in the last ten years that are viewed to have made a significant long run impact on the field of Marketing.
Anita Elberse: Received the 2012 Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence Award, for Harvard Business Review article ("Should You Invest in the Long Tail", 2008) as one of the top 50 articles with proven impact since its publication date from the top 300 management journals in the world.
John A. Deighton: Won a 2012 European Case Clearing House (ecch) Award in the Marketing category for his case "Dove: Evolution of a Brand" (HBS Case 508-047).
John A. Deighton: Received the 2002 Robert B. Clarke Outstanding Educator Award from the Direct Marketing Education Foundation.
John A. Deighton: Received the Hillel J. Einhorn Excellence in Teaching Award in 1995.
Anita Elberse: Selected as the 2011 Marketing Science Institute Young Scholar, "identified as a likely leader of the next generation of marketing academics".
Anat Keinan: Won the 2011 Robert Ferber Award from the Journal of Consumer Research for the best interdisciplinary dissertation article for “Productivity Orientation and the Consumption of Collectable Experiences” (April 2011).
Michael I. Norton: Won a SAGE Young Scholars Award from the Foundation for Personality and Social Psychology in 2011.
Anita Elberse: Received the HBS Class of 2011 Faculty Award for "excellence in teaching".
Anita Elberse: One of three faculty elected by the HBS Class of 2011 to take part in the "Best of EC Year" Speaker Series, honoring faculty teaching in the second year, Elective Curriculum (EC).