Hear from Stanford GSB faculty and gain insight into what it’s like to research and teach here.
Future generations will judge us as to what type of bold action we do or don’t take today.
William P. Barnett
The Thomas M. Siebel Professor of Business Leadership, Strategy, and Organizations
I’m interested in all things cultural.
Michele J. Gelfand
The John H. Scully Professor in Cross-Cultural Management and Professor of Organizational Behavior
I’ve always been interested in what quantitative methods can teach us about the world.
Class of 1988 Professor of Economics
I came to this realization that nothing was going to work in economic development if the government wasn’t functioning.
Professor of Political Economy
To me, discovering curiosity and generosity — that’s at the heart of scholarship.
The Atholl McBean Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resources
How do we settle this debate? Simple. Look at it mathematically: What is possible to do?
Associate Professor of Operations, Information & Technology
Companies talk about their good intentions. I’d much rather have good institutions than good intentions.
The David S. and Ann M. Barlow Professor of Political Economy
I believe behavioral science is exactly what we need to make a difference in this world.
Associate Professor of Marketing
My main hope remains education... This crisis in capitalism and the crisis in democracy are intertwined.
The George G.C. Parker Professor of Finance and Economics
I’ve been focusing on and talking about these issues of social change for a very, very long time.
The Morgridge Professor of Organizational Behavior and the Sara Miller McCune Director of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences
Crises may be extremely rare, but there is a meaningful difference between extremely rare and impossible.
The Moghadam Family Professor of Finance
What I try to impress on people is that the rational brain is not good at being rational.
The Sanwa Bank, Limited, Professor of Marketing
In some ways, all of academia hinges on this receptiveness to having your mind changed.
Associate Professor of Economics
That first step you take out of school ends up having long-term ramifications for where you end up working later in life.
The Mary and Rankine Van Anda Entrepreneurial Professor and Professor of Economics
I think marketing in 20 years’ time will look like finance. Everything will be rigorous and analytical.
Jonathan B. Berk
The A.P. Giannini Professor of Finance