Business Administration: Evening and Weekend MBA

University of California, Berkeley

About the Program

The Berkeley MBA Program is about innovative leadership, fresh thinking, positive impact, and an incredibly talented, diverse, collaborative community—one that forms an invaluable, lifelong network. As the top ranked program of its kind, the Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program offers you the rigor of a premier degree program in a flexible, convenient format ideal for working professionals. As the faculty and staff work with you to achieve your career goals, you will experience the highly personal nature of an MBA program like no other.

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Admissions

Please see departmental website at http://ewmba.haas.berkeley.edu/

Admission to the University

Minimum Requirements for Admission

The following minimum requirements apply to all graduate programs and will be verified by the Graduate Division:

  1. A bachelor’s degree or recognized equivalent from an accredited institution;
  2. A grade point average of B or better (3.0);
  3. If the applicant comes from a country or political entity (e.g., Quebec) where English is not the official language, adequate proficiency in English to do graduate work, as evidenced by a TOEFL score of at least 90 on the iBT test, 570 on the paper-and-pencil test, 230 on the computer-based test, or an IELTS Band score of at least 7 (note that individual programs may set higher levels for any of these); and
  4. Sufficient undergraduate training to do graduate work in the given field.

Applicants Who Already Hold a Graduate Degree

The Graduate Council views academic degrees not as vocational training certificates but as evidence of broad training in research methods, independent study, and articulation of learning. Therefore, applicants who already have academic graduate degrees should be able to pursue new subject matter at an advanced level without need to enroll in a related or similar graduate program.

Programs may consider students for an additional academic master’s or professional master’s degree only if the additional degree is in a distinctly different field.

Applicants admitted to a doctoral program that requires a master’s degree to be earned at Berkeley as a prerequisite (even though the applicant already has a master’s degree from another institution in the same or a closely allied field of study) will be permitted to undertake the second master’s degree, despite the overlap in field.

The Graduate Division will admit students for a second doctoral degree only if they meet the following guidelines:

  1. Applicants with doctoral degrees may be admitted for an additional doctoral degree only if that degree program is in a general area of knowledge distinctly different from the field in which they earned their original degree. For example, a physics PhD could be admitted to a doctoral degree program in music or history; however, a student with a doctoral degree in mathematics would not be permitted to add a PhD in statistics.
  2. Applicants who hold the PhD degree may be admitted to a professional doctorate or professional master’s degree program if there is no duplication of training involved.

Applicants may apply only to one single degree program or one concurrent degree program per admission cycle.

Any applicant who was previously registered at Berkeley as a graduate student, no matter how briefly, must apply for readmission, not admission, even if the new application is to a different program.

Required Documents for Applications

  1. Transcripts:  Applicants may upload unofficial transcripts with your application for the departmental initial review. If the applicant is admitted, then official transcripts of all college-level work will be required. Admitted applicants must request a current transcript from every post-secondary school attended, including community colleges, summer sessions, and extension programs. Official transcripts must be in sealed envelopes as issued by the school(s) attended. 
    If you have attended Berkeley, upload your unofficial transcript with your application for the departmental initial review. If you are admitted, an official transcript with evidence of degree conferral will not be required.
  2. Letters of recommendation: Applicants may request online letters of recommendation through the online application system. Hard copies of recommendation letters must be sent directly to the program, not the Graduate Division.
  3. Evidence of English language proficiency: All applicants from countries or political entities in which the official language is not English are required to submit official evidence of English language proficiency. This applies to applicants from Bangladesh, Burma, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Latin America, the Middle East, the People’s Republic of China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, most European countries, and Quebec (Canada). However, applicants who, at the time of application, have already completed at least one year of full-time academic course work with grades of B or better at a US university may submit an official transcript from the US university to fulfill this requirement. The following courses will not fulfill this requirement: 1) courses in English as a Second Language, 2) courses conducted in a language other than English, 3) courses that will be completed after the application is submitted, and 4) courses of a non-academic nature. If applicants have previously been denied admission to Berkeley on the basis of their English language proficiency, they must submit new test scores that meet the current minimum from one of the standardized tests.

Where to Apply

Please go to https://apply.haas.berkeley.edu/Account/LogOn?program=ewmba.

Master's Degree Requirements

Curriculum

Courses Required
EWMBA 200CLeadership Communications1
MBA 200SData and Decisions2
EWMBA 200PProblem Finding, Problem Solving1
EWMBA 201AEconomics for Business Decision Making2
EWMBA 201BMacroeconomics in the Global Economy2
EWMBA 202Financial Accounting2
EWMBA 203Introduction to Finance2
EWMBA 204Operations2
EWMBA 205Leading People2
EWMBA 206Marketing Management2
EWMBA 207Ethics and Responsibility in Business1
EWMBA 290TSpecial Topics in Innovation and Design (Applied Innovation)2
EWMBA 299Strategic Leadership2
Business Administration Electives for specialized study list re General Management Fundamentals and areas of emphasis in the following:
General Management Fundamentals: Accounting, Business and Public Policy, Economic Analysis and Public Policy, Finance, Management of Organizations, Marketing, Operations and Information Technology Management
Areas of Emphasis: Marketing, Strategy/Consulting, Corporate Social Responsibility, Energy and Clean Technology, Entrepreneurship, Global Management, Nonprofit and Public Leadership, Real Estate, Technology

Courses

Business Administration: Evening and Weekend MBA

EWMBA 200C Leadership Communications 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Leadership communication is a workshop in the fundamentals of public speaking in today's business environment. Through prepared and impromptu speeches aimed at moving others to action, peer coaching, and lectures, students will sharpen their authentic and persuasive communication skills, develop critical listening skills, improve abilities to give, receive, and apply feedback, and gain confidence
as public speakers.
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EWMBA 200P Problem Finding, Problem Solving 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 8 Week Session, Spring 2017
Problem Finding, Problem Solving (PFPS) teaches basic skills drawn from the fields of critical thinking, design thinking and systems thinking that support innovation. Specifically, it covers ways of collecting information to characterize a problem, framing and re-framing that problem, coming up with a range of solutions and then gathering feedback to assess those solutions. Following
Confucius’s notion: "I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand." The class consists primarily of hands-on exercises to experiment with and learn the tools and techniques presented, applying them to the design and testing of alternative business models for start-up and other businesses.
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EWMBA 200S Data and Decisions 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016
The objective of this core course is to make students critical consumers of statistical analysis using available software packages. Key concepts include interpretation of regression analysis, model formation and testing, and diagnostic checking.

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EWMBA 201A Economics for Business Decision Making 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
This course uses the tools and concepts of microeconomics to analyze decision problems within a business firm. Particular emphasis is placed on the firm's choice of policies in determining prices, inputs usage, and outputs. The effects of the state of the competitive environment on business policies are also examined.

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EWMBA 201B Macroeconomics in the Global Economy 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
This course builds on the foundations developed in E201A to develop theories of fiscal policy, monetary policy, and other macro-economic policies. Both the issues and the evidence in connection with these policies will be examined. Other topics covered in the course range from the specifics of the U.S. balance of payments situation to the broader problems associated with economic growth and decay
in the world.
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EWMBA 202 Financial Accounting 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Published financial reports provide the most important single set of data on modern organizations. This course is designed to provide a working knowledge of accounting measurements which are necessary for a clear understanding of published financial reports.

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EWMBA 203 Introduction to Finance 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
This course will examine the wide menu of available assets, the institutional structure of U.S. and international financial markets, and the market mechanisms for trading securities. Topics include discounting, capital budgeting, historical behavior of asset returns, and diversification and portfolio theory. Course will also provide introductions to asset pricing theory for primary and derivative
assets and to the principles governing corporate financial arrangements and contracting.
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EWMBA 204 Operations 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
An introduction to the application of quantitative methods to management decision problems. Topics include linear programming, probability theory, decision analysis, regression and correlation, and time series analysis.

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EWMBA 205 Leading People 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
A survey of knowledge about behavior in and of organizations. Covered will be issues of individual behavior, group functioning, and the actions of organizations in their environments. Problems of work motivation, task design, leadership, communication, organizational design, and innovation will be analyzed from multiple theoretical perspectives. Implications for the management of organizations will
be illustrated through examples, cases, and exercises.
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EWMBA 205L Leadership 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2012, Spring 2011, Spring 2010
The objective of this course is to help students develop an understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses as leaders and to nurture their confidence to envision themselves as, and aspire to be, leaders throughout their careers. The course will include four main components: 1) 360-degree assessment and an accompanying leadership self-assessment analysis; 2) live cases run by leaders in organizations;
3) advanced practices about leadership; 4) experiential exercises.
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EWMBA 206 Marketing Management 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
Topics include an overview of the marketing system and the marketing concepts, buyer behavior, market research, segmentation and marketing decision making, marketing structures, and evaluation of marketing performance in the economy and society.

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EWMBA 207 Ethics and Responsibility in Business 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
A study of basic ideas, concepts, attitudes, rules, and institutions in our society that characterize the legal, political, and social framework within which the system operates.

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EWMBA 210 Strategy, Structure, and Incentives 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
This course uses insights from economics to develop structure, tactics, and incentives to achieve the firm's goals. It develops a framework for analyzing organizational architecture, focusing on the allocation of decision rights, the measurement of performance, and the design of incentives. Includes managing the vertical chain of upstream suppliers and downstream distributors, design and operation of
incentive and performance management systems, techniques for dealing with informational asymmetries.
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EWMBA 211 Game Theory 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 First 6 Week Session, Spring 2017
A survey of the main ideas and techniques of game-theoretic analysis related to bargaining, conflict, and negotiation. Emphasizes the identification and analysis of archetypal strategic situations in bargaining. Goals of the course are to provide a foundation for applying game-theoretic analysis, both formally and intuitively, to negotiation and bargaining; to recognize and
assess archetypal strategic situations in complicated negotiation settings; and to feel comfortable in the process of negotiation.
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EWMBA W211 Game Theory (Online Version) 2 or 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
A survey of the main ideas and techniques of game-theoretic analysis related to bargaining, conflict, and negotiation. Emphasizes the identification and analysis of archetypal strategic situations in bargaining. Goals of the course are to provide a foundation for applying game-theoretic analysis, both formally and intuitively, to negotiation and bargaining; to recognize and assess archetypal strategic
situations in complicated negotiation settings. This course is taught online.
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EWMBA 212 Energy and Environmental Markets 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
Business strategy and public issues in energy and environmental markets. Topics include development and effect of organized spot, futures, and derivative energy markets; political economy of regulation and deregulation; climate change and environmental policies related to energy production and use; cartels, market power and competition policy; pricing of exhaustible resources; competitiveness
of alternative energy sources; and transportation and storage of energy commodities.
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EWMBA 212A Cleantech to Market 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
In this course, interdisciplinary teams of graduate students work with scientists from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and across the UCB campus to commercialize new solar, biofuel, battery, and smart grid/energy management technologies. Students are drawn from Business, Engineering, Science, Law, and the Energy and Resources Group. Students explore topics such as: Potential application in
multiple markets; alignment with target or desired market(s); distinguishing advantages and disadvantages; customer and user profiles; top competitors; commercialization and scale-up challenges; relevant government policies; revenue potential and cost sensitivities; intellectual property issues; and multiple other related topics.
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EWMBA 212C Modeling for Energy and Infrastructure Project Finance 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017
This course compliments the course "Legal and Regulatory Frameworks for Energy and Infrastructure Project Finance". Where the former focuses on the legal and risk framework for project financings, this course is devoted to the financial and quantitative aspects of project finance. The course focuses on the application of project finance to the power generation industry with a particular emphasis on examples from
gas-fired, wind and solar technologies.
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EWMBA 215 Business Strategies for Emerging Markets: Management, Investment, and Opportunities 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This course helps students to study the institutions of emerging markets that are relevant for managers, analyze opportunities presented by emerging markets, analyze the additional ethical challenges and issues of social responsibility common in emerging markets, and learn to minimize the risks in doing business in emerging markets. This course is a combination of lectures, class participation, and
cases.
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EWMBA 217 Topics in Economic Analysis and Policy 0.5 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017, Spring 2017
Advanced study in the field of economic analysis and policy. Topics will vary from year to year and will be announced at the beginning of each semester.

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EWMBA 222 Financial Information Analysis 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Issues of accounting information evaluation with special emphasis on the use of financial statements by decision makers outside the firm. The implications of recent research in finance and accounting for external reporting issues will be explored. Emphasis will be placed on models that describe the user's decision context.

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EWMBA 223 Financial Reporting Analysis for Investors 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Intensive study of the theory and practice of financial accounting. Asset and liability measurement, income determination, financial reporting.

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EWMBA 224A Managerial Accounting 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Management is dependent on an information system which provides dependable, timely, and relevant information to all decision makers. The goal of this course is to identify the information needs of managers and to develop the methods by which managerial accountants can provide the necessary data through appropriate budget, cost, and other informational systems.

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EWMBA 227B Taxes and Firm Strategy 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2013, Spring 2008, Spring 2007
This course will cover various topics in personal or corporate taxation or both. Topics will vary from semester to semester.

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EWMBA 231 Corporate Finance 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 8 Week Session, Spring 2017
Financial policies of firms including asset acquisition and replacement, capital structure, dividends, working capital, and mergers. Development of theory and application to financial management decisions.

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EWMBA 232 Financial Institutions and Markets 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013
Structure and operation of the Federal Reserve System commercial bank and non-bank financial institutions. Impact of monetary policy and of public regulation. Portfolio composition amd market behavior of financial intermediaries. Organization and functions of money markets. The structure of yields on financial assets and the influence of financial intermediaries and monetary policy.

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EWMBA 233 Asset Management 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
This course will analyze the role of financial markets and financial institutions in allocating capital. The major focus will be on debt contracts and securities and on innovations in the bond and money markets. The functions of commercial banks, investment banks, and other financial intermediaries will be covered, and aspects of the regulation of these institutions will be examined.

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EWMBA 236A Corporate Risk Management and Valuation Using Derivatives 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2009, Spring 2009, Fall 2005
This course concentrates on topics pertaining to financial risks faced by corporations, in particular, the topics of "hedging" and "valuation." The course will consider the following type of question. What risks does a firm face? Should it hedge any of these risks? If so, how should the firm implement the hedge, i.e., using what instruments, and in what quantity? The main tool
that the course will make use of is financial derivatives. An important aspect of the study of derivatives is the valuation method, which provides an understanding of the market prices and can be used to evaluate investment opportunities, corporate securities, and others. The course will consist of a mixture of lectures and case discussions.
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EWMBA 236B Investment Strategies and Styles 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
Introduction to alternative investment strategies and styles as practiced by leading money managers. A money manager will spend approximately half of the class discussing his general investment philosophy. In the other half, students, practitioner, and instructor will explore the investment merits of one particular company. Students will be expected to use the library's resources, class handouts, and
their ingenuity to address a set of questions relating to the firm's investment value.
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EWMBA 236C Global Financial Services 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Fall 2010
Survey of the forces changing and shaping global finance and intermediation, especially the effects of greater ease of communication, deregulation and globalized disciplines expected to continue to be essential to corporate finance and intermediation, e.g., investment analysis, valuation, structured finance/securitization, and derivative applications. The case method is utilized with occasional additional
assigned readings and text sources.
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EWMBA 236D Portfolio Management 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
This course explores the broad range of portfolio management in practice. The class will examine the assets, strategies, characteristics, operations, and concerns unique to each type of portfolio. Practitioners will present descriptions of their businesses as well as methods and strategies that they employ.

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EWMBA 236E Mergers and Acquisitions: A Focus on Creating Value 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Survey of the day-to-day practices and techniques used in change of control transaction. Topics include valuation, financing, deal structuring, tax and accounting considerations, agreements, closing documents, practices used in management buyouts, divestitures, hostile takeovers, and takeover defenses. Also covers distinctions in technology M&A, detecting corruption in cross border transaction
attempts, and betting on deals through risk arbitrage. Blend of lectures, case studies, and guest lectures.
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EWMBA 236F Behavioral Finance 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This course looks at the influence of decision heuristics and biases on investor welfare, financial markets, and corporate decisions. Topics include overconfidence, attribution theory, representative heuristic, availability heuristic, anchoring and adjustment, prospect theory, "Winner's Curse," speculative bubbles, IPOs, market efficiency, limits of arbitrage, relative mis-pricing of common
stocks, the tendency to trade in a highly correlated fashion, investor welfare, and market anomalies.
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EWMBA 236G Designing Financial Models that Work 1 or 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 Second 6 Week Session, Spring 2017
Spreadsheet financial models are often too big, complicated, and buggy to help people. In this course, students learn to design financial models that work because they're small (fit on a screen or two), straightforward (involve basic math), clear (a non-MBA can follow them readily), and fast to build. These simple yet powerful representations of the cash flow for a new product/deal/venture
help people share their vision, recognize tradeoffs, brainstorm possibilities, and make decisions.
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EWMBA 236H Financial Statement Modeling for Finance Careers 1 or 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
Financial statement modeling refers to taking historical financial statements for a specific company, projecting those statements two to five years into the future, and using the resulting projections for valuation and insight into the potential for transactions such as a strategic merger, an initial public offering, a leveraged recapitalization, or a leveraged buyout. This course teaches this
skill set in a way that is simultaneously high level and hands-on.
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EWMBA 236I Fixed Income 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Not yet offered
This course first surveys the basics of fixed income: terminology, security types, debt and money markets. Attention then moves to the valuation of cash flows, term structure of interest rates and modeling of credit risk. Building on that foundation, the course then examines the key role that fixed income plays in the global financial system, other asset classes and derivatives. The course is firmly grounded in a quantitative
and analytical approach, with each topic placed in the relevant real world context -- for example, the role that high yield securities play in an LBO, and negotiation of bond covenants. The course is at the more quantitative end of the MBA curriculum, with a large focus on bond math, including duration and convexity.
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EWMBA 236L Private Equity, Leveraged Buyouts 1 or 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Not yet offered
This course focuses primarily on leveraged buyouts (LBOs), as the largest category of PE transactions. The study includes the sourcing of potential acquisitions, analysis of operations and potential improvements, corporate valuation, optimal capital structures, modeling of expected cash flows and debt repayment, negotiation of purchase price and financing terms, incentivizing management teams, and eventual monetizing
investments through M&A or IPOs. These subjects are studied through lectures, interactive discussion, case studies, individual assignments and especially group projects. The 2-unit section covers a broader spectrum of types of PE transactions and includes guest speakers from the PE industry, and a more expansive final project.
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EWMBA 236M Turnarounds 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Not yet offered
This course introduces the world of operational and strategic turnarounds of troubled and underperforming businesses. It focuses on the leadership practices that work in fixing flawed enterprises, from underperforming businesses to those on the brink of a death spiral. Most time in the course is spent learning how to more effectively lead companies that are underperforming or in trouble. The course is taught by cases
, with the view that the best way to learn leadership is by taking the perspective of business leaders facing crises that demand new direction. Since a rescue plan only works if it is embraced, students take various roles in the cases, including bosses, subordinates, boards and lenders.
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EWMBA 236V New Venture Finance 2 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016
This is a course about financing new entrepreneurial ventures, emphasizing those that have the possibility of creating a national or international impact or both. It will take two perspectives--the entrepreneur's and the investor's- and it will place a special focus on the venture capital process, including how they are formed and managed, accessing the public markets, mergers, and strategic alliances.

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EWMBA 237 Topics in Finance 0.5 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 First 6 Week Session, Summer 2017 Second 6 Week Session
Advanced study in the field of Finance. Topics will vary from year to year and will be announced at the beginning of each semester.

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EWMBA 240 Risk Management via Optimization and Simulation 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Survey of the formulation, solution, and interpretation of mathematical models to assist management of risk. Emphasis on applications from diverse businesses and industries, including inventory management, product distribution, portfolio optimization, portfolio insurance, and yield management. Two types of models are covered: optimization and simulation. Associated with each model type is a piece
of software: Excel's Solver for optimization and Excel add-in Crystal Ball for simulation.
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EWMBA 246A Service Strategy 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
This course is designed to teach general management principles involved in the planning, execution, and management of service businesses. It covers both strategic and tactical aspects, including the development of a strategic service vision, building employee loyalty, developing customer loyalty and satisfaction, improving productivity and service quality, service innovation, and the role of technology
in services. Blend of case studies, group projects, class discussions, and selected readings.
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EWMBA 247 Topics in Operations and Information Technology Management 0.5 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Advanced study in the field of Manufacturing and Operations. Topics will vary from year to year and will be announced at the beginning of each semester.

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EWMBA 248A Supply Chain Management 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
Supply chain management concerns the flow of materials and information in multistage production and distribution networks. This course provides knowledge of organizational models and analytical decision support tools necessary to design, implement, and sustain successful supply chain strategies. Topics include demand and supply management, inventory management, supplier-buyer coordination via incentives
, vendor management, and the role of information technology in supply chain management.
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EWMBA 252 Negotiations and Conflict Resolution 2 or 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 8 Week Session, Spring 2017
The purpose of this course is for students to understand the theory and processes of negotiation so that they can negotiate successfully in a variety of settings. This course is designed to complement the technical and diagnostic skills learned in other courses in the MBA program.

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EWMBA 254 Power and Politics in Organizations 2 or 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This course will provide students with a sense of "political intelligence." After taking this course, students will be able to: (1) diagnose the true distribution of power in organizations, (2) identify strategie for building sources of power, (3) develop techniques for influencing others, (4) understand the role of power in building cooperation and leading change in organizations, and (5)
make sense of others' attempts to influence them. These skills are essential for effective and satisfying career building.
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EWMBA W254 Power and Politics in Organizations 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
This course will provide students with a sense of "political intelligence," enabling them to: 1) Diagnose the true distribution of power in organizations, 2) Identify strategies for building sources of power, 3) Develop techniques for influencing others, 4) Understand the role of power in building cooperation and leading change, and 5) Make sense of others' attempts to influence them. This
is an online course, utilizing multiple media and providing flexibility in when and how students learn.
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EWMBA 255 Leadership 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
This course will increase your awareness of your own strengths and opportunities for improvement while gaining an understanding of the qualities essential to being an extraordinary leader. By the end of the course, we are hoping that you will have: Increased your understanding of what distinguishes between more and less successful leaders and construct a plan for your own development as a leader; sharpened
your ability to diagnose situations and determine how you can add value; gained experience and confidence in leadership situations, such as dealing with difficult people and inspiring others to accomplish shared team and organizational goals; and developed the ability to accept and leverage feedback and offer useful feedback to others.
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EWMBA 256 Global Leadership 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
Key behaviors of successful global leaders are examined based on recent research and examples. Blended learning approach enables students to build skills for working effectively with virtual colleagues, motivating people from different backgrounds, running a global team, exerting influence without direct authority, integrating a merger or acquisition, leading a cross-border innovation effort, handling
customer or supplier relations, coaching and developing talent, driving a change initiative, and making tough ethical choices. Areas of focus will include self, team, and organization, with the aim to increase both personal awareness and organizational impact in a global context.
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EWMBA 257 Special Topics in the Management of Organizations 0.5 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Advanced study in the field of Organizational Behavior and Industrial Relations. Topics will vary from year to year and will be announced at the beginning of each semester.

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EWMBA 258A International Business: Designing Global Organizations 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Spring 2011
This course is about flexible organizational designs and adaptive leadership strategies in global markets. It will be of special interest to students working in high tech, life sciences and biotechnology, telecommunications, management consulting, and financial services. Topics include new trends in global organizational design, leading geo-dispersed teams of knowledge workers, managing offshore
partnerships, integrating acquisitions, and executing change with multicultural knowledge workers.
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EWMBA 260 Consumer Insights 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
Examines concepts and theories from behavioral science useful for the understanding and prediction of marketplace behavior and demand analysis. Emphasizes applications to the development of marketing policy planning and strategy and to various decision areas within marketing.

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EWMBA 261 Marketing Research: Tools and Techniques for Data Collection and Analysis 2 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This course develops the skills necessary to plan and implement an effective market research study. Topics include research design, psychological measurement, survey methods, experimentation, statistical analysis of marketing data, and effective reporting of technical material to management. Students select a client and prepare a market research study during the course. Course intended for students
with substantive interests in marketing.
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EWMBA 262 Strategic Brand Management 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
The focus of this course is on developing student skills to formulate and critique complete marketing programs including product, price, distribution, and promotion policies. Case analyses are heavily used. The course is designed primarily for students who will take a limited number of advanced marketing courses and wish an integrated approach.

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EWMBA 262A Brand Manager Boot Camp 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Prior to 2007
This course will immerse students in the roles and responsibilities of a Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). Students will examine key marketplace drivers of B2B and B2C companies and learn how to generate organic growth. Emphasis will be placed on practical skills needed to successfully execute job responsibilities. Students will explore various product launch strategies and marketing mixes in different country contexts
, examine how to use Big Data to generate sales growth, and learn the key elements to producing and executing a strategic marketing plan. The course uses a combination of lecturer, case studies, and group and individual projects. Presentation and writing skills are given extra attention.
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EWMBA 263 Marketing Analytics 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
Information technology has allowed firms to gather and process large quantities of information about consumers' choices and reactions to marketing campaigns. However, few firms have the expertise to intelligently act on such information. This course addresses this shortcoming by teaching students how to use customer information to better market to consumers. In addition, the course addresses how
information technology affects marketing strategy.
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EWMBA 264 High Technology Marketing Management 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Spring 2011
High technology refers to that class of products and services which is subject to technological change at a pace significantly faster than for most goods in the economy. Under such circumstances, the marketing task faced by the high technology firm differs in some ways from the usual. The purpose of this course is to explore these differences.

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EWMBA 265 Influencing Consumers 2 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2012, Fall 2011, Spring 2011
A specialized course in advertising, focusing on management and decision-making. Topics include objective-setting, copy decisions, media decisions, budgeting, and examination of theories, models, and other research methods appropriate to these decision areas. Other topics include social/economic issues of advertising by nonprofit organizations.

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EWMBA 266 Sales Force Management and Channel Strategy 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
The success of any marketing program often weighs heavily upon its co-execution by members of the firm's distribution channel. This course seeks to provide an understanding of how the strategic and tactical roles of the channel can be identified and managed. This is accomplished, first, through studying the broad economic and social forces that govern the channel evolution. It is completed through
the examination of tools to select, manage, and motivate channel partners.
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EWMBA 267 Topics in Marketing 0.5 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Advanced study in the field of Marketing. Topics will vary from year to year and will be announced at the beginning of each semester.

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EWMBA 268B International Marketing 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 8 Week Session, Spring 2017
Provides frameworks, knowledge; and sensitivities to formulate and implement marketing strategies for competing in the international arena. Regions and countries covered include the Americas, Europe, Japan, China, India, Russia, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. Issues covered include global versus local advertising, international pricing strategies, selecting and managing strategic international
alliances and distribution channels, managing international brands and product lines through product life cycle, international retailing, and internatiional marketing organization and control.
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EWMBA 268C Social Media Marketing 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
The course covers the implications of the evolution of communication on marketing strategy in the new landscape where traditional and digital media coexist and interact. While advertising spending on traditional media has recently declined, increasing amounts are spent online in addition to unpaid media. These new communication channels, however, are presenting significant challenges to marketers in
selecting the best strategies to maximize returns. The course covers a number of topics including, but not limited to: The differences and interaction between traditional and social media; two-sided markets and social media platforms; a basic theory of social networks online and offline; consumer behavior and digital media.

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EWMBA 268D Design and Marketing New Products 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Prior to 2007
With rapid advancements in materials and technologies, the product life cycle is getting shorter and shorter. Consequently, companies need to constantly improve existing products and develop new ones. This course examines the strategies, processes and methods used by these companies, and the cutting-edge tools and techniques used for new-product development. Readings and guest speakers from both product and services
will be used to develop understanding and mastery. Upon conclusion, students will be able to identify new market space opportunities, evaluate qualitative and quantitative research and turn it into actionable decisions, and develop long-range business plans to meet both strategic and financial objectives of a new product launch.
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EWMBA 269 Pricing 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 8 Week Session, Spring 2017
This three-module course aims to equip students with proven concepts, techniques, and frameworks for assessing and formulating pricing strategies. The first module develops the economic and behavorial foundations of pricing. The second module discusses several innovative pricing concepts including price customization, nonlinear pricing, price matching, and product line pricing. The
third module analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of several Internet-based, buyer-determined pricing models.
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EWMBA 273 Dynamic Capabilities and Innovation 2 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This is a course in strategic management. It draws on a variety of disciplines and integrates them in the fashion that will generate key insights into how technology can be developed and managed.
This course will help students acquire and practice concepts and skills that are relevant to management in a technologically dynamic environment. It provides frameworks for intellectual capital management
in the private sector.
This course is aimed at those interested in working for either large or small firms in technologically progressive industries, as well as those wishing to understand how mature industries can create and respond to innovation.

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EWMBA 275 Business Law: Managing the Legal Environment 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
A manager must understand the legal environments which impact business and understand how to work effectively with lawyers. This course addresses the legal aspects of business relationships and business agreements. Topics covered include forms of business organization, duties of officers and directors, intellectual property, antitrust, contracts, employment relationships, criminal law, and debtor-creditor
relationships including bankruptcy.
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EWMBA 277 Special Topics in Business and Public Policy 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Topics vary by semester at discretion of instructor and by student demand. Topical areas include business and professional ethics and the role of corporate social responsibility in the mixed economy; managing the external affairs of the corporation, including community, government, media and stakeholder relations; technology policy, research and development, and the effects of government regulation
of business on technological innovation and adoption.
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EWMBA 280 Real Estate Investment and Market Analysis 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
Intensive review of literature in the theory of land utilization, urban growth and real estate market behavior; property rights and valuation; residential and non-residential markets; construction, debt and equity financing; public controls and policies.

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EWMBA 282 Real Estate Development 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
The interaction of the private and public sectors in urban development; modeling the urban economy; growth and decline of urban areas; selected policy issues: housing, transportation, financing, local government, urban redevelopment, and neighborhood change are examined.

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EWMBA 283 Real Estate Finance and Securitization 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of real estate financial analysis, including elements of mortgage financing and taxation. The course will apply the standard tools of financial analysis to specialized real estate financing circumstances and real estate evaluation.

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EWMBA 284 Real Estate Investment Strategy 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
Analysis of selected problems and special studies; cases in residental and non-residental development and financing, urban redevelopment, real estate taxation, mortgage market developments, equity investment, valuation, and zoning.

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EWMBA 287 Special Topics in Real Estate Economics and Finance 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Summer 2017 8 Week Session, Spring 2017, Summer 2016 8 Week Session
Topics vary each semester. Topic areas include advanced techniques for real estate financial analysis and structuring and evaluation; the securitization of real estate debt and equity; issues in international real estate; cyclical behavior of real estate markets; portfolio theory and real estate asset allocation.

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EWMBA 290B Biotechnology Industry Perspectives and Business Development 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Prior to 2007
This course is designed to examine the strategic issues that confront the management of the development-stage biotech company, i.e., after its startup via an initial capital infusion, but before it might be deemed successful, or otherwise has achieved "first-tier" status. The intention is to study the biotech organization during the process of its growth and maturation from an early-stage existence through
"adolescence" into an early-stage existence.
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EWMBA 290H Haas@Work 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
The primary objective of this course and the associated innovation consulting projects is for students to learn and apply the approaches, skills, and behaviors required to successfully initiate and drive innovation in a complex organization. Students taking the course will use concepts and tools from several other Haas courses, including Economic Analysis for Business Decisions, Strategic Leadership
, Leading People, Finance, and Problem Finding Problem Solving. As important, the student teams are expected to deliver the highest quality work and deliverables, genuine insights, innovative solutions, and real value on mission-critical client projects.
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EWMBA 290I Managing Innovation and Change 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
This course is designed to introduce students to the innovation process and its management. It provides an overview of technological change and links it to specific strategic challenges; examines the diverse elements of the innovation process and how they are managed; discusses the uneasy relationship between technology and the workforce; and examines challenges of managing innovation globally.

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EWMBA 290K Innovation in Services and Business Models 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
This course examines services innovation, first covering key concepts, including how services innovation differs from product innovation, the role of openness in services, the role of business models, and co-creation. The course then introduces several tools and frameworks to apply those concepts to specific services situations. These include process design, process mapping and improvement, business
models, co-creation, and platform innovation.
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EWMBA 290P Project Management Case Studies 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Prior to 2007
This course presents case studies of projects that required intervention to avert catastrophic failure. Students will discuss case studies and review real management problems of major corporations. They will create strategic plans to alleviate problems and learn how to manage a large project to a successful completion.

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EWMBA 290S Strategy for the Information Technology Firm 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017
This course is a strategy and general management course for students interested in pursuing careers in the global information technology industry. Students are taught to view the IT industry through the eyes of the general manager/CEO (whether at a start-up or an industry giant). They learn how to evaluate strategic options and their consequences, how to understand the perspectives of various industry players, and how
to anticipate how they are likely to behave under various circumstances. These include the changing economics of production, the role network effects and standards have on adoption of new products and services, the tradeoffs among potential pricing strategies, and the regulatory and public policy context.
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EWMBA 290T Special Topics in Innovation and Design 0.5 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 First 6 Week Session, Summer 2017 Second 6 Week Session
Advanced study in the fields of innovation and design. Topics will vary from year to year and will be announced at the beginning of each semester.

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EWMBA 290V Corporate Strategy in Telecommunications and Media 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This course is intended for students who wish to gain better understanding of one of the most important issues facing management today--designing, implementing, and managing telecommunication and distributed computer systems. The following topics are covered: a survey of networking technologies; the selection, design, and management of telecommunication systems; strategies for distributed data processing;
office automation; and management of personal computers in organizations.
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EWMBA 291C Active Communicating 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This course develops the basic building blocks of impactful communication--e.g., concentration, energy, voice, physical expressiveness, spontaneity, listening, awareness, and presence--by drawing upon expertise from theater arts. Active, participatory exercises allow for the development and embodiment of effective communication skills. Class readings, lectures, and discussions address participants'
specific workplace applications.
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EWMBA 291D Presentation Design for Analytical Communications 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
This course exposes the problems of poor data presentation and introduces design practices necessary to communicate quantitative business information clearly, efficiently, and powerfully. This course identifies what to look for in the data and describes the types of graphs and visual analysis techniques most effective for spotting what is meaningful and making sense of it.

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EWMBA 291I Improvisational Leadership 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016
This class explores the broad principles of improvisation, a performing art form that has developed pedagogical methods to enhance individual spontaneity, listening and awareness, expressive skills, risk-taking, and one’s ability to make authentic social and emotional connections. The ultimate aim of the course is to help students develop an innovative and improvisational leadership mindset, sharpening in-the-moment
decision making and the ability to quickly recognize and act upon opportunities when presented. In practical terms, this course strives to enhance students’ business communication skills and increase both interpersonal intuition and confidence.
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EWMBA 291L Leader as Coach 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Prior to 2007
This course focuses on the art and science of coaching including theory and practice. The curriculum will cover theory and practice for three aspects of the coaching process – knowledge-based (information and skills), motivation-based (inspiration and passion), and strategy-based (communication and integration). The curriculum will focus on primary coaching skills, tools, processes and behaviors that a coach uses. In
addition, participants will learn facilitation skills as the preferred methodology in achieving successful coaching programs. Course participants will have the opportunity to utilize this material in practice coaching sessions with supervision and feedback from peers and the instructor.
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EWMBA 291S Storytelling for Leadership 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Prior to 2007
This course provides students with personal leadership development through the ability to tell "Who Am I" leadership journey stories, for use in the business context. For leaders, whose job it is to manage change, the approach to storytelling facilitates learning and is a vehicle to assist others in overcoming obstacles, generating enthusiasm and team work, sharing knowledge and ultimately leading to build
trust and connection. This course give strategies, skills and practices for the three elements of telling powerful leadership stories: Story Content, Story Structure and Story Delivery. The course is highly interactive.
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EWMBA 291T Topics In Managerial Communications 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This course will provide the student with specialized knowledge in some area of managerial communications. Topics include multimedia business presentations, personal leadership development, diversity management, and making meetings work. Topics will vary from semester to semester.

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EWMBA 292A Strategy and Leadership for Social Impact 2 or 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This course prepares students conceptually and practically to create, lead, and manage nonprofit organizations. Focuses on the centrality of the mission, governing board leadership, application of strategy and strategic planning, and strategic management of issues unique to or characteristic of the sector: performance measurement, program development, financial management, resource development, community
relations and marketing, human resource management, advocacy, and management.
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EWMBA 292B Nonprofit Boards 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
The purpose of this class is to acquaint Evening & Weekend Master of Business Administration students, many of whom will be asked to serve on nonprofit boards throughout their careers, with the nonprofit sector and the roles and responsibilities of nonprofit boards. Students will learn why nonprofit boards exist, how they are structured, how they differ from corporate boards, what their legal
responsibilities are, how boards and chief executives relate to each other, and how boards contribute to the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations.
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EWMBA 292C Strategic and Sustainable Business Solutions 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This course explores the concept and practice of corporate sustainability (CS) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) through a series of lectures, guest speakers, and live consulting projects focused on CS and CSR challenges facing actual companies. The course provides the tools and experiences that sustainable management practitioners can utilize as a part of their value-creating strategies.
Viewing CS and CSR from a corporate strategy perspective enables students to understand how considerations of social impact can, in fact, support core business objectives, core competencies, and bottom-line profits.
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EWMBA 292F Strategic Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
The course focuses on financial management issues faced by board members and senior and executive managers in nonprofit organizations. Students learn tools and techniques for effective planning and budgeting and how to control, evaluate and revise plans. Use and development of internal and external financial reports are studied with an emphasis on using financial information in decision making.
Tools and techniques of financial statement analysis, interpretation, and presentation are practiced.
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EWMBA 292I Social Investing--Recent Findings in Management and Finance 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
This course introduces the field of social investment. The use of ESG (environmental, social, and governance) criteria is becoming increasingly prevalent among both high net worth individuals and institutions. Many ethical and religious traditions advocate altruism and community-mindedness in all dealings, while some economic and financial theorists argue for a narrow focus on risk and reward, with
little regard for the impact of decisions on stakeholder groups or the environment.
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EWMBA 292J Haas Socially Responsible Investment Fund 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
In this course, students manage a real investment fund ($1.7 million +) focused on both social and financial returns. Through the Fund students have the opportunity to test the investment and corporate responsibility principles they have learned in the classroom, and to experience the complexities, challenges, and rewards of the investing world. Students have full responsibility for investment decisions
, including conducting their own research on companies’ environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. Students receive guidance from both a faculty advisor and an advisory board. The faculty advisor provides regular input on portfolio management, understanding portfolio performance and ESG investing.
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EWMBA 292N Topics in Social Sector Leadership 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Advanced study in the field of Social Sector Leadership. Topics will vary from year to year and will be announced at the beginning of each semester.

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EWMBA 292S Social Sector Solutions: Social Enterprise 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
The purpose of this course is to develop students' skills and knowledge in problem solving, management consulting, and nonprofit organizations. Instruction covers frameworks for problem solving, senior management consulting, and assessing nonprofit organizations. The course includes an assignment to a consultation team that works with a select nonprofit client to help them succeed in an entrepreneurial
venture. A partnership with a professional management consulting firm, McKinsey & Company, the course includes experienced McKinsey consultants coaching each of the student teams.
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EWMBA 292T Topics in Socially Responsible Business 0.5 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017, Spring 2017
Advanced study in the field of Socially Responsible Business. Topics will vary from year to year and will be announced at the beginning of each semester.

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EWMBA 293 Individually Supervised Study for Graduate Students 1 - 5 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 8 Week Session, Spring 2017
Individually supervised study of subjects not available to the student in the regular schedule, approved by faculty adviser as appropriate for the student's program.

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EWMBA 293C Curricular Practical Training Internship 0.0 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Summer 2017 8 Week Session, Summer 2016 8 Week Session, Summer 2015 8 Week Session
This is an independent study course for international students doing internships under the Curricular Practical Training program. Requires a paper exploring how the theoretical constructs learned in MBA courses were applied during the internship.

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EWMBA 295A Entrepreneurship 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
The development of creative marketing strategies for new ventures, as well as the resolution of specific marketing problems in smaller companies which provide innovative goods and services. Emphasis is on decision making under conditions of weak data, inadequate resources, emerging markets, and rapidly changing environments.

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EWMBA 295B Venture Capital and Private Equity 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
This is an advanced case-based course intended to provide the background, tools, and themes of the venture capital industry. The course is organized in four modules of the private equity cycle: (1) fund raising -- examines how private equity funds are raised and structured, (2) investing -- considers the interactions between private equity investors and the entrepreneurs that they finance, (3) exiting
-- examines the process through which private equity investors exit their investments; and (4) new frontiers -- reviews many of the key ideas developed in the course.
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EWMBA 295F The Lean Launch Pad 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
This course provides real world, hands-on learning on what it’s like to actually start a high-tech company. This class is not about how to write a business plan. It’s not an exercise on how smart you are in a classroom, or how well you use the research library to size markets. And the end result is not a PowerPoint slide deck for a VC presentation. And it is most definitely not an incubator where
you come to build the “hot-idea” that you have in mind. This is a practical class: Our goal, within the constraints of a classroom and a limited amount of time, is to create an entrepreneurial experience for you with all of the pressures and demands of the real world in an early stage start up.
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EWMBA 295I Entrepreneurship Workshop for Startups 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
This workshop is intended for students who have their own experimental venture project under development. The business concept may be in the startup mode or further along in its evolution. The pedagogy is one of guided entrepreneurship where students, often working in teams, undertake the real challenges of building a venture. Students must be willing to discuss their projects with others in the
workshop, as group deliberation of the entrepreneurial challenges is a key component of the class.
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EWMBA 295M Business Model Innovation and Entrepreneurial Strategy 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
The course teaches how to characterize and analyze business models and how to efficiently construct and test new business models. The course examines businesses across industries and phases of a firm's growth. Critical entrepreneurial strategies are illuminated for new ventures or in building a new enterprise inside a corporation. The course provides students with the skills and knowledge to rapidly
assess and shape business models to their advantage in constructing new enterprises.
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EWMBA 295N Media: New and Otherwise 1 Unit

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Prior to 2007
This course provides students with an overview of the media business and how it is changing — from startups to global conglomerates. It addresses the economics of media organizations (and industries), their organizational structures, cultures, brands, and approaches. Some of the questions discussed include: (1) How do traditional media address changing technologies; (2) How is the media business driven by metrics and
data; (3) How is it driven by artistic creativity; (4) Are media companies too big? Are they too small? Students will develop and present competitive strategies for media companies, hear from guest speakers, and discuss the transformations happening in media.
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EWMBA 295T Topics in Entrepreneurship 0.5 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Advanced study in the field of entrepreneurship. Topics will vary from year to year and will be announced at the beginning of each semester.

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EWMBA 296 Special Topics in Business Administration 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Summer 2017 8 Week Session, Spring 2017
Advanced study in various fields of business administration. Topics will vary from year to year and will be announced at the beginning of each semester.

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EWMBA 297A Healthcare in the 21st Century 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
This course gives a systematic overview of the U.S. health care system by providing students with an understanding of its structure, financing, and special properties. Applies social science theory, disciplinary contributions, and research findings to the understanding of health care delivery problems; examines current courses of data about health status, health services use, financing, and performance
indicators; analyzes the larger management and policy issues that drive reform efforts.
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EWMBA 298S Seminar in International Business 2 or 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Summer 2017 8 Week Session, Spring 2017, Summer 2016 8 Week Session
This course involves a series of speaker and seminar-type classes in preparation for a two-week study tour of a specific country or region. Participants will visit companies and organizations and meet with top-level management to learn about the opportunities and challenges of operating in a specific country or region. Evaluation is based on student presentations
, participation, and a research paper.
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EWMBA 298X EWMBA Exchange Program 1 - 15 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Students who participate in one of the Haas School's domestic or international exchange programs receive credit (usually 12 units) at Haas for the set of courses that they successfully complete at their host school. The courses that the students take at the host school are subject to review by the EWMBA Program office to ensure that they match course requirements at the Haas School.

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EWMBA 299 Strategic Leadership 2 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Course covers core topics in strategy, including selection of goals; the choice of products and services to offer; competitive positioning in product markets; decisions about scope and diversity; and the design of organizational structure, administrative systems, and other issues of control and internal regulation.

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EWMBA 299B Global Strategy and Multinational Enterprise 2 or 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Identifies the management challenges facing international firms. Attention to business strategies, organizational structures, and the role of governments in the global environment. Special attention to the challenges of developing and implementing global new product development strategies when industrial structures and government policies differ. Efficacy of joint ventures and strategic alliances.
Implications for industrial policy and global governance.
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EWMBA 299E Competitive Strategy 1 - 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Summer 2016 Second 6 Week Session, Summer 2015 Second 6 Week Session, Summer 2014 Second 6 Week Session
Examines optimal production and pricing policies for firms in competitive environments; optimal strategies through time; strategies in the presence of imperfect information. How differing market structures and government policies (including taxation) affect output and pricing decisions. Social welfare implications of decisions by
competitive firms also explored.
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EWMBA 299M Marketing Strategy 3 Units

Offered through: Business Administration
Terms offered: Fall 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2016
Strategic planning theory and methods with an emphasis on customer, competitor, industry and environmental analysis and its application to strategy development and choice.

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Faculty and Instructors

+ Indicates this faculty member is the recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award.

Faculty

Cameron Anderson, Professor. Status hierarchies, psychology of power, self and interpersonal perception.
Research Profile

Ned Augenblick, Assistant Professor. Theoretical and empirical analysis of online markets.
Research Profile

Aaron Bodoh-Creed, Assistant Professor. Industrial organization, market design, psychology and economics.
Research Profile

Severin Borenstein, Professor. Energy policy and climate change, electricity deregulation, airline competition, oil and gasoline market pricing and competition.
Research Profile

Dana Carney, Associate Professor. Ethics, social cognition, social judgment and decision making, nonverbal communication, power and influence, prejudice and discrimination.
Research Profile

Jennifer Chatman, Professor. Organizational culture and firm performance, group demography, norms in social groups.
Research Profile

Henry Chesbrough, Adjunct Professor.

Victor Couture, Assistant Professor. Urban economics, transportation.
Research Profile

Clayton Critcher, Associate Professor. Judgment and decision making, consumer experience, the self, moral psychology, social cognition.
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Ernesto Dal Bo, Professor. Applied microeconomic theory, political economy, corruption and influence, collective decision-making, coercion.
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Lucas Davis, Associate Professor. Energy and environmental economics, applied microeconomics, public finance.
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Rui de Figueiredo, Associate Professor. Game theory, methodology and econometrics, non-market strategy, institutions and organizations, bureaucratic organization, American politics.
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Mathijs de Vaan, Assistant Professor. Economic sociology, social network analysis, causal inference.
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Patricia Dechow, Professor. Accounting accruals, quality and reliability of earnings, use of earnings information in predicting stock returns.
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+ Stefano DellaVigna, Professor. Behavioral economics.
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Sunil Dutta, Professor. Performance measures, incentive contracts, accounting information, cost of capital, equity valuation.
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Omri Even-Tov, Assistant Professor. Corporate debt, relation between accounting information, bond returns, and stock returns, analysts as information intermediaries.
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Ellen Evers, Assistant Professor. Judgment and decision making, collecting, pattern perception, moral psychology.
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Pnina Feldman, Assistant Professor. Operations economics, operations management incorporating strategic consumer behavior, pricing strategies, operations-marketing interface, behavioral operations.
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Frederico Finan, Associate Prfessor. Applied microeconomics, development economics, political economy.
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Lee Fleming, Professor. Strategies for product invention, integration of scientific and empirical search strategies, recombination of diverse technologies, innovation.
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William Fuchs, Assistant Professor. Dynamics, asymmetric information, contracting with limited enforcement.
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Nicolae Garleanu, Professor. Asset pricing, liquidity, contracts, financial innovations, security design, auctions.
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Paul Gertler, Professor. Impact evaluation, health economics.
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Andreea Gorbatai, Assistant Professor. Social structures, social norms, open innovation, collective entrepreneurship.
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Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, Professor. International macroeconomics and finance.
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Brett Green, Assistant Professor. Information economics, dynamic games, contract theory, sports economics.
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Jose Guajardo, Assistant Professor. Business model innovation, business analytics, service innovation, operations strategy, operation-marketing interface.
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Heather Haveman, Professor. Organizational theory, economic sociology, historical sociology, entrepreneurship, organizational development.
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Terrence Hendershott, Professor. Management of information systems, role of information technology in financial markets, electronic communications networks and stock market design.
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Benjamin Hermalin, Professor. Corporate governance, executive compensation, economics of leadership and organization, contract theory, competitive strategy and industrial organization.
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Teck Ho, Professor. Behavioral pricing and revenue model design, bounded rationality, emotional gaming, strategic intelligence quotient.
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Ming Hsu, Associate Professor. Marketing, customer insights, neuroscience, consumer decision-making.
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Ganesh Iyer, Professor. Competitive marketing strategy, distribution channels, marketing information, internet institutions and competition, bounded rationality.
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Drew Jacoby-Senghor, Assistant Professor.

Paul Jansen, Adjunct Professor.

Przemyslaw Jeziorski, Assistant Professor. Industrial organization, quantitative marketing, dynamic games.
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Yuichiro Kamada, Assistant Professor. Revision games, solution concepts for games, social networks, market design, communication, political economy.
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Zsolt Katona, Associate Professor. Online marketing, search advertising, network economics, social networks.
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Michael Katz, Professor. Economics of network industries, intellectual property licensing, telecommunications policy, cooperative research and development.
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Amir Kermani, Assistant Professor. Monetary policy, macroeconomics and housing, securitization market and political economy.
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Jonathan Kolstad, Assistant Professor. Health economics, industrial organization, public economies, applied microeconomics.
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Yaniv Konchitchki, Assistant Professor. Macro-accounting, linkages between accounting information, stock returns, and the macroeconomy.
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Laura Kray, Professor. Negotiation, gender stereotypes, counterfactual mindsets, group decision making, organizational justice.
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Alastair Lawrence, Assistant Professor. Financial disclosures and reporting issues, SEC comment letters, how investors demand financial information, auditing issues.
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Thomas Lee, Associate Adjunct Professor.

Jonathan Leonard, Professor. Employee incentives, affirmative action, job creation, workplace regulation.
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Martin Lettau, Professor. Finance, asset pricing, stocks, bonds.
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Ming Leung, Assistant Professor. Organizational theory, economic sociology, markets, categorization, strategy.
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David Levine, Professor. Organizational learning, economic development, management, workplace, health and education in poor nations.
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Ross Levine, Professor. Financial regulation and economic growth, income inequality, poverty, financial crises, political economy, international capital flows, entrepreneurship.
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Dmitry Livdan, Associate Professor. Asset pricing, informational economics, corporate finance.
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+ Richard Lyons, Professor. Exchange rate economics, microstructure finance, international finance.
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+ Ulrike Malmendier, Professor. Corporate finance, behavioral economics, behavioral finance, economics of organizations, contract theory, law and economics.
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Gustavo Manso, Associate Professor. Corporate finance, entrepreneurship, financial institutions, financial markets.
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Kellie McElhaney, Associate Adjunct Professor.

Conrad Miller, Assistant Professor. Hiring, job networks, affirmative action in the labor market, spatial labor market frictions.
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Don Moore, Professor. Overconfidence in decision-making, negotiation, and ethical choice.
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Enrico Moretti, Professor. Labor economics, urban economics.
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John Morgan, Professor. Competition in online markets, elections and polling, communication in organizations, experimental economics.
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Adair Morse, Associate Professor. Household finance, entrepreneurship, corruption & governance, asset management, development.
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Abhishek Nagaraj, Assistant Professor.

Noel Nellis, Adjunct Professor.

Leif Nelson, Professor. Human judgment and decision making, consumer preferences and choices, consumption experience and consumer well being.
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Alexander Nezlobin, Assistant Professor. Equity valuation, managerial performance measurement, real options, profitability analysis, monopoly regulation.
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Hoai-Luu Nguyen, Assistant Professor.

Terrance Odean, Professor. Behavioral finance, investor behavior, investor welfare, influence of individual investors on asset prices.
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Marcus Opp, Assistant Professor. Corporate finance, contract theory, DSGE models, trade theory.
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Christopher Palmer, Assistant Professor. Mortgage finance, housing markets, foreclosure crisis, structured finance, gentrification, applied econometrics.
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Yiangos Papanastasiou, Assistant Professor. Dynamic pricing, operations.
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Minjung Park, Assistant Professor. Marketing and microeconometrics, industrial organization, firm behavior .
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Christine Parlour, Professor. Banking, market design.
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Panos Patatoukas, Associate Professor. Measuring and forecasting economic activity using financial statement analysis, valuation, cross-industry economic links, supply-chain performance, financial reporting.
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Trond Petersen, Professor. Organizations, social stratification, inequality, economic sociology, comparative studies, quantitative methods.
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Kristiana Raube, Adjunct Professor.

Andrew Rose, Professor. International trade patterns, contagion in currency crises, exchange rate determination, banking and exchange crises in developing countries, exchange rate regimes.
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Christine Rosen, Associate Professor. History of business and the environment, business history, green chemistry, sustainable business strategies.
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Raul Sanchez de la Sierra, Assistant Professor. Development economics, political economy, taxation, government.
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Juliana Schroeder, Assistant Professor. Social cognition, judgment and decision-making, interpersonal and intergroup processes.
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Carl Shapiro, Professor. Design and use of patents, anti-trust economics, intellectual property and licensing.
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Stephen Shortell, Professor. Organizational correlates of quality and outcomes of care, evaluation of total quality management and community-based health improvement initiatives.
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Nora Silver, Adjunct Professor.

Richard Sloan, Professor. Accounting information and stock returns, earnings management, role of analysts and auditors as information intermediaries.
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David Sraer, Associate Professor. Behavioral finance, corporate finance, entrepreneurship and venture capital, organizations.
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Sameer Srivastava, Assistant Professor. Organizational sociology, organizational theory, network analysis, culture and cognition, economic sociology, research design and methods.
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Richard Stanton, Professor. Mortgage and lease markets, term structure modeling, mutual funds and risk management, employee stock options.
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Toby Stuart, Professor. Corporate strategy, entrepreneurship.
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Steven Tadelis, Professor. E-commerce, economics of organizations, procurement contracting, theory of the firm and industrial organization, contract theory, game theory.
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Terry Taylor, Professor. Social responsibility in and economics of operations management, supply chain management, marketing-operations interface.
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David Teece, Professor. Role of product and process development, intellectual property, competitive performance, innovation and organization of industry.
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J. Miguel Villas-Boas, Professor. Competitive strategy, customer relationship management, internet strategies, organization design.
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Annette Vissing-Jorgensen, Professor. Household consumption and portfolio choice, stock market participation, returns to entrepreneurial investment, corporate governance.
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Johan Walden, Associate Professor. Asset pricing, heavy-tailed risks, networks and capital markets.
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William (Reed) Walker, Assistant Professor. Environmental economics, labor and public economics.
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Nancy Wallace, Professor. Housing price indices, mortgage prepayment and pricing models, option pricing models, executive stock option valuable.
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James Wilcox, Professor. Banking, business conditions, conversions.
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Catherine D. Wolfram, Professor. Energy markets, environmental regulation.
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Candace Yano, Professor. Supply chain management, service systems management, production-quality interface issues, marketing-production interface issues.
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Noam Yuchtman, Associate Professor. Educational institutions, human capital, historical development, labor market institutions, law and economics, political institutions, social interactions.
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Xiao-Jun Zhang, Professor. Financial statement analysis, financial accounting theory, international accounting.
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Affiliated Faculty

Vinod Aggarwal, Affiliated Professor.

Joseph Farrell, Affiliated Professor.

Morten Hansen, Affiliated Professor.

Robert P. Merges, Affiliated Professor. Antitrust, intellectual property, property rights, patent law, law and economics, copyright law, digital content, online contracts.
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Lecturers

Deepak Agrawal, Lecturer.

Wasim Azhar, Continuing Lecturer.

Homa Bahrami, Senior Continuing Lecturer.

Cristina Banks, Senior Continuing Lecturer.

+ Sara Beckman, Senior Lecturer SOE.

Steven Blank, Continuing Lecturer.

David Charron, Continuing Lecturer.

John Danner, Continuing Lecturer.

Timothy Dayonot, Lecturer.

Stephen Etter, Continuing Lecturer.

William Falik, Continuing Lecturer.

William Fanning, Continuing Lecturer.

C. Sean Foote, Continuing Lecturer.

Peter Goodson, Continuing Lecturer.

Ernest Gundling, Continuing Lecturer.

Lynne Heinrich, Continuing Lecturer.

Daniel Himelstein, Continuing Lecturer.

Andrew Isaacs, Senior Continuing Lecturer.

Arina Isaacson, Continuing Lecturer.

Gregory La Blanc, Continuing Lecturer.

Sumon Mazumdar, Continuing Lecturer.

Peter Molloy, Continuing Lecturer.

Samuel Olesky, Continuing Lecturer.

Terry Opdendyk, Continuing Lecturer.

Arturo Perez-Reyes, Continuing Lecturer.

John (Jack) Phillips, Continuing Lecturer.

Mark Rittenberg, Continuing Lecturer.

David Robinson, Senior Continuing Lecturer.

Alan Ross, Continuing Lecturer.

Holly Schroth, Senior Continuing Lecturer.

Frank Schultz, Continuing Lecturer.

Fred Selinger, Continuing Lecturer.

F. Victor Stanton, Senior Continuing Lecturer.

Sarah Tasker, Continuing Lecturer.

Peter Thigpen, Continuing Lecturer.

Krystal Thomas, Continuing Lecturer.

Paul Tiffany, Senior Continuing Lecturer.

Lynn Upshaw, Continuing Lecturer.

Steven A. Wood, Continuing Lecturer.

Cort Worthington, Continuing Lecturer.

Emeritus Faculty

David Aaker, Professor Emeritus.

K. Roland Artle, Professor Emeritus.

Alan Cerf, Professor Emeritus.

Robert Cole, Professor Emeritus.

Robert Edelstein, Professor Emeritus.

Edwin Epstein, Professor Emeritus.

Joseph Garbarino, Professor Emeritus.

Mark Garman, Professor Emeritus.

Michael Gerlach, Associate Professor Emeritus.

Rashi Glazer, Professor Emeritus.

Nils Hakansson, Professor Emeritus.

Robert SN, Associate Professor Emeritus. Japan, Europe, U.S., competitive strategy, industry policy, antitrust regulation, mergers and acquisitions, telecommunications and transportation industries, comparative industry policies, performance in emerging technologies.
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Leo Helzel, Adjunct Professor Emeritus.

Hayne Leland, Professor Emeritus.

James Lincoln, Professor Emeritus.

Thomas Marschak, Professor Emeritus.

Terry Marsh, Associate Professor Emeritus.

Barbara Mellers, Professor Emeritus.

Robert Meyer, Professor Emeritus.

Raymond Miles, Professor Emeritus.

David Mowery, Professor Emeritus.

John Myers, Professor Emeritus.

Charles O'Reilly, Professor Emeritus.

David Pyle, Professor Emeritus.

Karlene Roberts, Professor Emeritus.

Mark Rubinstein, Professor Emeritus.

Pablo Spiller, Professor Emeritus.

Barry Staw, Professor Emeritus.

George Strauss, Professor Emeritus.

Philip Tetlock, Professor Emeritus.

+ M. Frances Van Loo, Associate Professor Emeritus.

Hal Varian, Professor Emeritus.

David Vogel, Professor Emeritus.

Oliver Williamson, Professor Emeritus.

Janet Yellen, Professor Emeritus.

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