January 2018

    December 2017

    • 14 Dec 2017

      Five Harvard Business School Doctoral Candidates Receive Research Awards

      BOSTON—The Harvard Business School Doctoral Programs and their faculty chair, David Scharfstein, the School’s Edmund Cogswell Converse Professor of Finance and Banking, have announced three recipients of the 2017 Wyss Awards for Excellence in Doctoral Research and two winners of the Martin Awards for Excellence in Business Economics. The prizes are presented each year based on excellence in innovative dissertation research. Read more.

    November 2017

    October 2017

    • 25 Oct 2017

      New Report: Degree Inflation Hurting Bottom Line of U.S. Firms, Closing Off Economic Opportunity for Millions of Americans

      BOSTON—The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports over 12 million Americans are either unemployed or underemployed, while new research finds that 3 in 5 employers report difficulty in filling middle-skills jobs – positions that require more education than a high-school diploma, but less than a four-year college degree. According to new research released today, more than six million middle-skills jobs in the U.S. are now at risk of “degree inflation”—the practice of preferring or requiring a college degree for jobs that were traditionally held by middle-skills workers. Read more.

    • 24 Oct 2017

      Sixteen Harvard Business School Faculty Named Top 40 Bestselling Case Authors by Case Centre

      BOSTON—Sixteen Harvard Business School current and former faculty members have been named to the top 40 list of bestselling case authors for the 2016-2017 academic year by The Case Centre, an independent, not-for-profit organization based at England’s Cranfield University. The Case Centre is dedicated to promoting the case method in business education and sharing cutting-edge knowledge and expertise in case teaching, writing, and learning -- a pedagogy first applied to management education more than 90 years ago at Harvard Business School. More than 8,000 case writers are registered with The Centre. Read more.