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Be inspired by faculty who transform the practice of business.


The professors who teach in the Executive MBA program are all hand-picked by the administration, chosen for their thought leadership and expertise in specific business subjects as well as for their experience in teaching experienced professionals.

Our faculty are actively engaged in business, and many receive global recognition for their research.

Stern also invites adjunct and clinical professors to teach in the program. These faculty members, who are entrepreneurs, CEOs and senior executives from large corporations, use their real-world business perspective to create relevant and immediately applicable classroom experiences for Executive MBA students.

Stern professors place a premium on teaching Executive MBA students, who bring insight and vast industry experience to the classroom. You will find that our faculty members are academically demanding yet approachable and accessible. Many Executive MBA students discover that conversations that begin in the classroom continue well beyond graduation.

A Sampling of Executive MBA Faculty by Discipline

Accounting Management & Organizations
Business & Society Marketing
Economics Operations Management
Finance Statistics
Information Systems Miscellaneous
Eli Bartov Financial Accounting & Reporting
Ajay Maindiratta Financial Accounting & Reporting
Joshua Ronen Financial Statement Analysis
Business & Society
Bruce Buchanan Professional Responsibility
Sam Liss Corporate Governance: Leadership & Society
Simon Bowmaker Firms & Markets
Thomas Cooley The Global Economy
Joseph Foudy Asian Economies
Thomas Pugel Firms & Markets
Lawrence J. White Firms & Markets
Stanley Zin Global Economy
Alexander Ljungqvist New Venture Financing
Anthony Lynch Foundations of Finance
Anthony Marciano Behavioral Finance
Cases in Corporate Finance
Holger Mueller Corporate Finance
Charles Murphy Financial Service Industry
James M. Peck Bankruptcy and Reorganization
Alan Rappaport Private Banking and Wealth Management
Anjolein Schmeits Corporate Finance
Roy C. Smith Global Banking & Capital Markets
James Stolpestad Real Estate Primary Markets
Marti G. Subrahmanyam Futures and Options
Raghu Sundaram Futures and Options
Bruce Tuckman Topics in Fixed Income
Ingo Walter Global Banking & Capital Markets
Private Banking and Wealth Management
Alexander Zaharoff Private Banking and Wealth Management
Information Systems
Anindya Ghose Social Media and Digital Marketing
Natalia Levina Globalization, Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing
Alexander Tuzhilin Emerging Technology and Business Innovation
Management and Organizations
Steven Blader Collaboration, Conflict & Negotiation
James Donofrio Advanced Topics in Management Communications
J.P. Eggers Advanced Strategy Analysis
Helio Fred Garcia Crisis Management
Lynn Gonsor-Anvari Managing Change
R. Kabaliswaran Power & Politics in Organizations
Anat Lechner Leadership in Organizations
Diane Lennard Teams & Leaders
Sonia Marciano Strategy
Steve Mellas Advanced Topics in Management Communications
Elizabeth Morrison Collaboration, Conflict and Negotiation
Glenn Okun Foundations of Entrepreneurship
Managing Growing Companies
Business Start-Up Practicum
Robert Salomon Global Strategy
Zur Shapira Collaboration, Conflict & Negotiation
Mark Sirower Mergers & Acquisitions
Jeff Carr Marketing
Kim Corfman Creativity
John Czepiel Competitive Strategy in the Marketplace
Jamyn Edis New Media in Marketing
Tulin Erdem Brand Strategy and Planning
Geeta Menon Customer Insights for Decision Making
Tom Meyvis Consumer Behavior
Vicki Morwitz Judgement and Decision Making-Management
Priya Raghubir Marketing
Luke Williams Innovation and Design
Operations Management
Lucius Riccio Operations Strategy
Rohit Deo Statistics
Peter Lakner Quantitative Methods in Financial Models
Aaron Tenenbein Statistics
Quantitative Methods in Financial Models
Ian Bremmer Political Risk Analysis
Dan Gode Business Drivers

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