Amar Bhide

The day Kabul fell I found myself at a Peet’s in Harvard Square. I had an inkling the barista might be from Afghanistan, so I asked him whether he was. He was. I asked if he still had family there. He did. I ...

Today’s Wall Street Journal has an interview with a U Penn historian, whose image of the Founding Fathers is similar to what I formed and tried to convey in my research on modern day entrepreneurs. In other ...

This is my last month at HBS and I thought I’d squeeze in one last working paper, Renewing Knightian Uncertainty (just posted on SSRN). The real meat, if you can call it that, should be in the next two parts. ...

Gave me joy to write this nomination In nominating Richard Nelson, I feel both honored and nervous. He has secured so many glittering accolades and well-deserved tributes that it is difficult to say anything that ...

First oped in more than a year (when I was maniacally trying to get my medical innovation course done… Trigger warning: starts with a suicide and more personal than my usual fare   ...