Faculty Who Teach in the MSx Program

Stanford GSB faculty members have an impressive list of degrees and publications. But it is their innovative research and real-world expertise — their roles as Nobel laureates, International Monetary Fund committee members, successful serial investors, CEOs, and entrepreneurs — that makes your experience as a Sloan Fellow so unique.

Stanford GSB faculty members are researchers and practitioners with a passion for developing the next generation of global business, government, and social-impact leaders. And they are committed to support Stanford GSB in its effort to change lives, change organizations, and change the world.

Both inside and outside the classroom, Sloan Fellows have comprehensive access to the insight, intelligence, and guidance of some of the most respected minds in the world. Because faculty research is included in a wide range of elective courses, Sloan Fellows are often the first to be exposed to new insights and innovative approaches.

An extensive collection of awards and honors further demonstrates the unparalleled achievement of the Stanford faculty.

Stanford MSx Core Course Faculty
Stephen J. Anderson
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Course: Marketing
Mary E Barth
The Joan E. Horngren Professor of Accounting
Course: Accounting
Margaret Ann Neale
The Adams Distinguished Professor of Management
Course: Negotiations
Anne Beyer
Associate Professor of Accounting
Course: Accounting
Wesley R Hartmann
Professor of Marketing
Course: Strategy
Saumitra Jha
Associate Professor of Political Economy
Course: Strategy Beyond Markets
Keith   Krehbiel
The Edward B. Rust Professor of Political Science
Course: Ethics
Hau L. Lee
The Thoma Professor of Operations, Information, and Technology
Course: Operations
Paul Oyer
The Mary and Rankine Van Anda Entrepreneurial Professor and Professor of Economics
Course: Economics
Paul   Pfleiderer
The C.O.G. Miller Distinguished Professor of Finance
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Course: Finance
Peter C. Reiss
The MBA Class of 1963 Professor of Economics
Course: Data & Decisions
Sarah A. Soule
The Morgridge Professor of Organizational Behavior
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Course: Organizational Design