Centers & Research Initiatives

Stanford GSB encourages and enables faculty research, curriculum development, and interaction among academic disciplines.

We provide tailored programs and services responsive to the needs of faculty members, including:

  • Facilitated connections to industry leaders
  • Research design, analysis, and dissemination
  • Curriculum development
  • Event management for webinars, seminars, roundtables and conferences
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Our mission is to identify mechanisms and policies that create thriving neighborhoods and cities, and improve the lives of all residents.

Computational Marketing Lab

We combine computing, data science, and economics to advance the theory and practice of marketing and to make it effective in technology-driven businesses.

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EBI examines the challenges and opportunities for the electricity, transportation, and industrial sectors that emerge from the transition to a decarbonized energy future.

VCI brings together faculty, staff, students, and practitioners to advance and promote research and teaching on innovation and venture capital.

Research Partnerships Across Stanford

Stanford University’s Precourt Institute for Energy concentrates the full talents of the university on energy research and education, from basic science and technology, to policy and business. The institute also helps the university develop energy-literate leaders through educational programs and disseminating research results.

The Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies seeks to stimulate, develop, and disseminate research and innovations that enable entrepreneurs, managers, and leaders to alleviate poverty in developing economies.

Founded in 2011 as a joint initiative between Stanford Law School and Stanford GSB, the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy & Finance develops and explores economically sensible policy and finance solutions that advance cleaner and more secure energy.

The Rock Center was founded in 2006 as a way for leading academics, business leaders, policymakers, practitioners, and regulators to work together to advance the understanding and practice of corporate governance in a cross-disciplinary environment.