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    Michael C. Jensen, Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business...
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    Michael C. Jensen, Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus, Harvard Business School; Co-Founder and Chairman and Integrity Officer, Social Science Electronic Publishing
    The Future of Academic Research | The Future of Accounting Teaching/Learning
    Tuesday Plenary, August 6, 2013 ~ 8:30am–9:45am | Wednesday Plenary, August 7, 2013 ~ 8:30am–9:45am

    Professor Jensen (Ph.D., University of Chicago 1967) has authored more than 100 scientific papers in addition to numerous articles, comments, and editorials on a wide range of economic, finance and business-related topics. See his Harvard Business School vita and his SSRN Author Page. He is author or editor of four books. His co-authored book with Kevin Murphy, CEO Pay and What to Do About It: Restoring Integrity to Both Executive Compensation and Capital-Market Relations will be published by Harvard Business School Press in 2014. In 1994 he co-founded and is currently Chairman and Integrity Officer of Social Science Electronic Publishing, Inc. (SSEP) which is devoted to the electronic publication of scholarly working papers in the social sciences ( Dr. Jensen has served as consultant and board member to various corporations, foundations and governmental agencies, has given expert testimony before congressional and state committees and state and federal courts, and has lectured widely throughout the world. He was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and is a Fellow and Past President of the American Finance Association and Past President of the Western Economic Association International. He has been awarded many prizes and recognitions including most recently the Morgan Stanley – American Finance Association Prize for Excellence in Financial Economics and selected the National Bureau of Economics Research, Harvard Business School and the U. of Rochester Simon School of Business as recipients of the $200,000 total cash grant. In May, 2011 he was awarded the "Economics for Management Lecture Series IESE-Fundacion BBVA Prize."