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The Stanford Graduate School of Business established in 1925 in in the heart of Silicon Valley, California USA, offers a wide range of MBA programs, PhD programs, Global Innovation programs, Sloan Master's programs and executive education.
Additionally, as a resource to encourage curriculum development, research, and interaction among academic disciplines Stanford Graduate School of Business maintains several centres and academic programs.

Research centres include: 

  • The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
  • The Center for Global Business and the Economy
  • The Center for Leadership Development and Research
  • The Center for Social Innovation
  • The Global Innovation Programs
  • The Global Supply Chain Management Forum
  • The Behavioral Lab
  • A Program in Healthcare Innovation
  • The Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies
  • The Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • The Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance

Stanford Graduate School of Business’s excellent research and teaching staff has received many awards including three Nobel Prizes in Economic Science in 1990, 1997 and 2001.
Research is sparked by intellectual curiosity and enriched by interactions with other academics and business leaders around the globe. In addition to working with colleagues in their primary academic area, many are engaged in multidisciplinary work that crosses scholarly boundaries within the School or take part in work that involves faculty from other schools or departments at Stanford University.

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Click here to view Stanford Graduate School of Business' executive education profile on IEDP. 

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