The global reputation of the Stanford MBA Program begins with our accomplished faculty members — each individually committed to developing the next generation of organizational leaders.
Featuring multiple Nobel laureates, members of the National Academy of Sciences, and many other impressive academic leaders, Stanford GSB faculty will share their expansive range of experience, expertise, and insight. With a six-to-one student-to-faculty ratio, you will have direct access to these world-renowned business experts.
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Aaker is a behavioral psychologist and author. Her research focuses on the psychology of time, money, and happiness — specifically how people choose to spend their time and money and how those choices drive lasting happiness.
Athey’s current research focuses on the economics of digitization, marketplace design, and the intersection of econometrics and machine learning.
Operations, Information & Technology
Lee’s areas of specialization include global value chain innovations, supply chain management, global logistics, inventory modeling, and environmental and social responsibility.
Malhotra has authored over sixty articles on numerous topics including American politics, political behavior, and survey methodology. He currently serves as an associate editor of Public Opinion Quarterly and the Journal of Experimental Political Science.
Shiv has done extensive work on the emotional brain, documenting its powerful role in shaping decisions and experiences. His work includes the application of neuroeconomics to the study and practice of innovation and entrepreneurial leadership in companies from Silicon Valley startups to Fortune 500 companies.
Lee’s interest is in the effect of human cognitive constraints on market participants and other factors that impact the efficiency with which market prices incorporate information. His publications have been in the areas of behavioral finance, financial statement analysis, equity valuation, quantitative investing, market microstructure, and security market regulation.
Lowery is a social psychologist by training. He works to change the way people interact with each other in the world. At Stanford GSB, he is currently driving an initiative to shape enlightened and purposeful leaders for a diverse society and, in so doing, to define the meaning and nature of leadership itself.
Beyer is a Michelle R. Clayman Faculty Scholar and her research focuses on corporate disclosure, information economics and corporate governance. She teaches the introductory class in financial accounting for which she has received the MBA Distinguished Teaching Award.