Andy Wu is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration in the Strategy Unit of the Harvard Business School. He studies how entrepreneurs commercialize new technologies and how policymakers can promote innovation-driven economic growth, through the lenses of industrial organization economics and strategic management. His current research looks at diversity in R&D production team composition, incumbent-entrepreneur alliances in the biotechnology industry, skilled immigration caps and domestic innovation, and new technology discovery by venture capitalists.

Message to the HBS Community from Dean’s Office

Dear members of the HBS community, As a first generation-immigrant to America, I have been distressed by the recent executive order restricting (re)entry to the U.S. for citizens of certain countries that is creating so much anxiety and confusion about how the country will deal with the flow of people through its borders. I want to assure you that we… Read more →

Message to the Penn Community from David L. Cohen

A Message to the Penn Community From David L. Cohen, Chair University of Pennsylvania Board of Trustees I write today to share with you the exciting news that President Gutmann has accepted a three-year extension to her contract, which means that her tenure as President of the University of Pennsylvania will run to June 30, 2022. This will make Amy… Read more →

Letter to the Harvard Community from President Drew Faust

Dear Members of the Harvard Community, In my message of November 15, I urged the Harvard community to affirm fundamental values of inclusion and belonging, and to model the respect for people and ideas that rest at the heart of any academic community. Our responsibility to each other requires us to demonstrate that we are enriched by difference and respectful… Read more →

Letter to the Harvard Community from Alan M. Garber

Election Agreement on Student Unionization Dear Members of the Harvard Community: Earlier today, Harvard University and the Harvard Graduate Student Union–United Auto Workers (HGSU-UAW) agreed on election terms for eligible students to vote on whether they want the union to represent them on issues related to employment. This election will be an on-site secret ballot election conducted by the National… Read more →