Awarded Amazon’s "Best Books of 2013," Business and Investing category, for Blockbusters: Hit-making, Risk-taking, and the Big Business of Entertainment (Henry Holt and Company).
Named a TriBeCa Disruptor Foundation Fellow.
Received the 2014 Robert F. Greenhill Award for "exemplary work on behalf of the Harvard Business School and its mission."
Finalist for the 2014 Best Article Award for a Journal of Consumer Research article published in 2011 for "The Underdog Effect: The Marketing of Disadvantage and Determination Through Brand Biography" (with Neeru Paharia, Jill Avery, and Juliet B. Schor).
Finalist for the 2014 Best Article Award for a Journal of Consumer Research article published in 2011 for "Productivity Orientation and the Consumption of Collectable Experiences" (with Ran Kivetz).
Research selected in 2014 for the JCR Research Curation on “Meaningful Choice.”
V. Kasturi Rangan:
Winner of the 2014 Case Centre Award in the Economics, Politics and Business Environment Category for his case with Sunru Yong, "Alpen Bank: Launching the Credit Card in Romania" (HBS Case 104-559).
Doug J. Chung:
Received a 2011 ISMS Doctoral Dissertation Award for “Do Bonuses Enhance Sales Productivity? A Dynamic Structural Analysis of Bonus-Based Compensation Plans” from the INFORMS Society for Marketing Science.
Doug J. Chung:
Runner-up in 2011 for the Mary Kay Doctoral Dissertation Award from the Academy of Marketing Science.
John A. Deighton:
Received the 2011 Edward N. Mayer Jr. Education Leadership Award from the Direct Marketing Educational Foundation (DMEF).
Received the 2011 Charles M. Williams Award for "outstanding and effective teaching" in the MBA program, awarded by HBS Dean Nitin Nohria.
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).
Received the HBS Class of 2011 Faculty Award for "excellence in teaching".
Selected as the 2011 Marketing Science Institute Young Scholar, "identified as a likely leader of the next generation of marketing academics".
Runner-up for the 2011 William F. O'Dell Award from the Journal of Marketing Research.
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.