Darden’s Parmar Among World’s Top 40 B-School Professors Under 40

Bidhan (Bobby) Parmar

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School, Deepak Malhotra of Harvard Business School and Anindya Ghose of New York University’s Stern School of Business have been featured in Poets&Quants’ “40 Most Outstanding B-School Professors under 40” list.

The specialized website covering business schools asked B-school officials, faculty, students and alumni for their top picks, and put out an open nomination to compile the list of Top 40 Professors Under the Age of 40. Most of the professors who made the list were found to have the following common characteristics: they create engaging classroom environments, build genuine and meaningful relationships with their students, and pursue another profession or serious hobby on the side.

Here are some of the faculty members who made the Poets&Quants’ “40 Most Outstanding B-School Professors Under 40:”







Ethan Mollick


U Penn (Wharton)

Philadelphia, PA

Bradley Staats


UNC-Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)

Chapel Hill, NC

Jeremy Kees


Villanova University

Villanova, PA

Anindya Ghose

Information, Operations, and Management

NYU (Stern)

New York, NY

Michael Sinkinson

Business Economics and Public Policy

U Penn (Wharton)

Philadelphia, PA

Deepak Malhotra


Harvard Business School

Boston, MA

Leslie Robinson

Business Administration

Dartmouth (Tuck)

Hanover, N.H.

Sreekumar R. Bhaskaran

Operations Management

Southern Methodist University (Cox)

Dallas, TX

Catherine Tucker


MIT (Sloan)

Cambridge, MA

David Schweidel


Emory (Goizueta)

Atlanta, GA

Rodrigo Canales

Organizational Behavior


New Haven, CT

Bill Mayew


Duke (Fuqua)

Durham, NC

Bidhan (Bobby) Parmar                  


Business Administration

University of Virginia (Darden)

Charlottesville, VA

Eric Yeung                              



Cornell University (Johnson)

Ithaca, N.Y.

Hajo Adam                            

Organizational Behavior

Rice University (Jones)

Houston, TX

Wendy Murphy                   


Babson (Olin)

Wellesley, MA

Sinan Aral                              

IT and Marketing

MIT (Sloan)

Cambridge, MA

Omar Besbes                      


Decision, Risk, and Operations

Columbia Business School

New York, N.Y.

Kenneth Merkley                   


Cornell University (Johnson)

Ithaca, N.Y.

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