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Faculty Profiles

  • Modupe Akinola

    Assistant Professor of Management

  • Daniel Ames

    Associate Professor of Management

  • Kent Daniel

    Professor of Finance and Economics

  • Paul Ingram

    Kravis Professor of Business

  • Sharon Katz

    Associate Professor of Accounting

  • Michel Tuan Pham

    Kravis Professor of Business

  • Olivier Toubia

    Associate Professor of Marketing

  • Hitendra Wadhwa

    Professor of Professional Practice

  • Elke Weber

    Jerome A. Chazen Professor of International Business, Co-director, Center for the Decision Sciences

  • Shang-Jin Wei

    N. T. Wang Professor of Chinese Business and Economy

  • Modupe Akinola

    Assistant Professor of Management

  • Daniel Ames

    Associate Professor of Management

  • Kent Daniel

    Professor of Finance and Economics

  • Paul Ingram

    Kravis Professor of Business

  • Sharon Katz

    Associate Professor of Accounting

  • Michel Tuan Pham

    Kravis Professor of Business

  • Olivier Toubia

    Associate Professor of Marketing

  • Hitendra Wadhwa

    Professor of Professional Practice

  • Elke Weber

    Co-director, Center for the Decision Sciences

  • Shang-Jin Wei

    N. T. Wang Professor of Chinese Business and Economy

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