Alisa comes to academia after more than a decade of finance and entrepreneurship experience. Her goal is to help students, entrepreneurs and their ventures understand who they are and how it impacts their decisions and outcomes so that they can develop into and effectively communicate who they want to be. As such, her research centers on venture identity development, traditional and social media impact, communication and discourse analysis, and legitimacy and financing acquisition.
Her professional career spans private equity investment, hedge fund trading, real estate financing, and business intelligence systems design and product management.
Alisa holds a Ph. A from Babson College. Brad Johnson joined the faculty as Visiting Lecturer in the fall of Prior to joining Babson, Johnson was Vice President at Wayfair, where he developed, launched and managed CastleGate Fulfillment, that provides order fulfillment, inventory storage and management, freight pick-up and container induction services, and guaranteed 2-day and next-day delivery to customers. Johnson also developed and grew channel sales and established Wayfair as the 1 partner or 1 in the home category for sales on Amazon.
Additionally, Johnson developed Wayfair Canada strategy, private label credit card, and managed the acquisition of DwellStudio. Successful exit as business was sold to Xerox Corporation and VitalSource. Johnson is a strategic advisor to Candy. He specializes in trade policy and institutional issues, particularly those focusing on the World Trade Organization. Most recently, his research has dealt with the evolution of regional trade agreements and trade policies of countries such as the UK Brexit and Cuba.
Jones began his international education at the Bundesrealgymnasium Leibnitz, Austria, as a foreign exchange student. In addition to his academic career, Dr. Jones has served as a consultant to the National Science Foundation and the International Labor Office and as a research associate at the U. International Trade Commission, and also served as senior economist for trade policy at the U. Department of State. Jones is the author of numerous articles and five books, including Politics vs.
He is the father of two daughters and pursues extracurricular interests in music, choral singing, literature and travel. He has also taught in the undergraduate program. Before joining the Babson Faculty he taught at Wake Forest University, where he was a tenured professor. Prior to pursuing his doctoral studies, he worked for Deloitte Haskins and Sells. Juras has expertise in strategic management accounting. He has published articles in many journals, including the Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, Issues in Accounting Education, The CPA Journal, and Strategic Finance and his current research interests focus on contemporary cost management systems.
Currently he is a co-author of a cost management text and is working on a series of cases with a cost management perspective. Nathan Karst received his B.
Olin College of Engineering in and his doctorate in applied mathematics from Cornell in Most recently, his research has focused on the role of nonlinear dynamics in microvascular networks and various problems in surface hydrology. Kassarjian has been Professor of Management - at Babson. He has served as consultant to organizations in the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East , in such areas as leading change, strategic restructuring, and senior management team building.
He has been the recipient of two case-writing awards: his 3-part case series, Sony Europa A , B , and C , co-authored with K. Goh, to be published IAP, in early Previously he was awarded the Deans prize for Excellence in Teaching, in the graduate programs of Babson College, September, Professor Kassarjian's career reflects an abiding interest in management education at the executive level in diverse cultural settings. Hamilton Chair of Free Enterprise. She is a frequent presenter on the topic of global entrepreneurship for executive, policy and academic audiences around the world.
Her current research interests include examining the impact of policy and other ecosystem conditions on the rate and nature of entrepreneurship in a society. Besides teaching a variety of entrepreneurship courses at Babson College, Prof. Kelley has taught seminars and courses at top universities in China and Korea, and worked in Bandung, Indonesia as a Fulbright Specialist. She received her Ph. She earned her M. In addition to several research and teaching development grants, Babson awarded her the C. McCarthy Family Term Chair. She teaches courses at the foundation, intermediate and advanced levels, and she frequently staffs the Writing Center.
Professor Kelly teaches and publishes in both literary studies and the theory and pedagogy of writing.
She has written numerous articles on composition and business writing and is a co-author with Janis Forman of The Random House Guide to Business Writing. Davit Khachatryan is an applied statistician with research interests in analyzing patent data.
In the latter role he consulted in the area of predictive modeling and advanced data analytics, helping clients from financial, healthcare, and government sectors with building automatic predictive models and enhancing business intelligence solutions. Davit has earned his B. Phillip H. Kim is an internationally recognized expert on entrepreneurship. He studies, teaches, and advises on different aspects of how entrepreneurial ideas become reality.
- Human Development Report 2007/2008: Fighting climate change - Human solidarity in a divided world.
Specifically, his research interests include start-up processes and founding teams, institutions and entrepreneurship, cross-national differences in entrepreneurship especially in emerging economies , technology entrepreneurship, and innovation narratives. To explore these interests, he has examined data from a variety of contexts including surveys of entrepreneurs in the U.
He regularly presents his research at prominent academic conferences worldwide. His publications can be downloaded here.
- Rechtliche Aspekte im Internet - Stand 2003 (German Edition).
- 50 Big Ideas You Really Need to Know (50 Ideas You Really Need to Know series);
- Country Loving (Talyton St George Book 7);
He has taught entrepreneurship courses at undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels and has significant experience teaching students with business and non-business backgrounds. Kim has taught both foundational courses and advanced electives in entrepreneurship. He has a special interest in entrepreneurship pedagogy and designs innovative curriculum for his students to enable them to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams.
Kim regularly advises entrepreneurs on issues related to launching and establishing their businesses and coaches student entrepreneurs as they start their businesses. Prior to becoming an academic, he worked as a management consultant advising businesses in the manufacturing, agriculture, professional services, and non-profit sectors. He also worked for a leading regional supermarket as an operations analyst. She received a B. She was awarded the Babson College Dean's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching and is involved in curriculum development and revision.
She has taught offshore course in South Africa and in Tanzania and maintains a strong interest in global education and global citizenship. She teaches managerial accounting to both undergraduate and graduate students at Babson.
Her research interests are in accounting information systems and auditing. Her research in accounting information systems focuses on user interactions with internal control monitoring systems, with an emphasis on automated alerts. Her research in auditing examines audit fee discounting in first year audit engagements.
She received her doctoral degree in also from the University of Texas at El Paso. Julia is a Certified Public Accountant. He consults on the analysis of data and on the applications of emerging technologies to business. His current research interests include the assessment of web site quality as well as the affect of emerging web technologies on business practices and on education.
Kopcso was a visiting fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Korsak has worked as a comptroller in political campaigns and as a product marketing manager for an internet software company. He has been a featured speaker at Comnet, worked on a project to provide an online economics class for the Commonwealth of Virginia and has been a recurring panelist at the Colleges of the Fenway teach-in on global climate change.
His fields of interest are poverty research, behavioral economics and statistical measurement. Danielle Krcmar is a Sculptor and Curator. Krigman specializes in the study of initial public offerings, investment banking and corporate finance. She has presented her work at numerous professional conferences and has published in leading academic journals including The Journal of Finance, The Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Financial Studies and the Journal of Corporate Finance.
Previously, Dr. Krigman was on the faculty at the University of Arizona where she taught at the undergraduate, M. A and Ph. Prior to returning to academics, she was a money manager with Trinity Investment Management Corporation.
Elaine Landry is an Associate Professor of Management at Babson College, teaching courses and seminars in negotiations in the graduate, undergraduate, and executive education programs. Professor Landry's professional activities have included leadership of the Harvard Program on Negotiation's Dispute Resolution Forum and academic and practitioner project groups on negotiation pedagogy; dispute resolution in the workplace; cooperative labor management; and, a study of mediator practitioners.
Professor Landry has consulted with a wide range of organizations interested in developing effective dispute-resolution strategies and systems. She has published work in the areas of managerial negotiations, conflict in the online environment, and mutual gains bargaining. Lange is the Governor Craig R.