Explore the Fall 2021 issue of Stanford Business — and see how people from all corners of the Stanford GSB community are coming together to change lives, organizations, and the world.
Nearly two years into the global pandemic, Stanford GSB faculty are helping us understand what’s changed and what’s ahead.
Researchers propose a method to balance the power of genomic searches with privacy concerns.
Prejudice against older coworkers persists even among those who openly oppose racism and sexism.
“I owed this country and I wanted to pay it back in whatever role my future would hold.”
Madhu Yalamarthi, MBA ’19, offers advice to other first-generation grads with audacious goals.
Enrolling at Stanford GSB at the height of the women’s movement was an inflection point for both the students and the school.
Auctions intended to level the playing field for Google’s rivals have not reduced the search giant’s dominance, new research shows.
The director of Stanford GSB’s Computational Marketing Lab talks about the “horrendously complex science” behind online advertising research.
Even modest improvements to organ exchange markets can save many lives. That’s where economists and operations experts come in.
When companies shut down because of executive malfeasance, bottom-tier workers suffer most — especially when it comes to future earnings.
The basic lessons of this perennially popular class are simple. Putting them into practice is not.
The state-of-the-art complex, designed for “structured serendipity,” prepares to open — again.
A one-of-a-kind gift evokes lessons learned at an eclectic bookstore.
Stanford GSB’s predoctoral fellowship is helping the next generation of academics jumpstart their careers — and bringing needed diversity to the professorship pipeline.
Tips for landing a seat in the boardroom at any stage of your career.