Herbert Simon Award
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|Herbert Simon Award|
|Awarded for||Outstanding contribution to business and management research, effect on the College's research directions.|
|Presented by||Rajk László College for Advanced Studies|
The Herbert Simon Award was established in 2004 by the Rajk László College for Advanced Studies. It is given annually to an outstanding scholar in the field of business and management, whose works have contributed to the understanding or solving of practical business problems and had a substantial influence, over a long period of time, on the studies and intellectual activity of the students of the college.
This award is given by students of the college, decided on whom they rated the highest. The students select the nominees and vote for the prize-winner in the Assembly of the college, after a review and debate regarding the selected names.
The award was given to the following scholars:
|2005||James G. March||Stanford University||United States|
|2006||Henry Mintzberg||McGill University||Canada|
|2007||Michael C. Jensen||Harvard University||United States|
|2008||Robert M. Grant||Bocconi University||United States|
|2009||C. K. Prahalad||University of Michigan Ross School of Business||India|
|2010||Håkan Håkansson||BI Norwegian School of Management||Norway|
|2011||David Teece||University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business||New Zealand|
|2012||Pankaj Ghemawat||IESE Business School||India|
|2013||Aswath Damodaran||NYU Stern School of Business||India|
|2014||Clayton M. Christensen||Harvard Business School||United States|
|2015||Erik Brynjolfsson||MIT Sloan School of Management||United States|
|2016||Jeffrey Pfeffer||Stanford University||United States|
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