Erik Brynjolfsson serves as the schussel family professor at the MIT Sloan School. He co-founded FlexPlay Technologies, a tech company that develops and supplies limited-life DVDs.
Brynjolfsson has been an independent director at the Computer Sciences Corporation since December 2010. He also served as a co-director at BaseSix; a director at CSK Corporation from 2006 to 2008; the director of the MIT Center for Digital Business; and the chairman of the MIT Sloan Management Review.
He lectures worldwide on technology strategy, productivity, and intangible assets. Brynjolfsson is the co-author of Wired for Innovation: How IT is Reshaping the Economy. He is on the academic advisory board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, and he is also co-principal investigator on several grants by the National Science Foundation to study information technology, organizational transformation, and productivity. He has taught at Harvard and Stanford Universities.
Brynjolfsson holds a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in applied mathematics and decision sciences from Harvard University and a PhD in managerial economics from MIT.
Schussel Family Professor of Management
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Jan 7, 2000
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