Guhan Subramanian is the Joseph Flom Professor of Law and Business at Harvard Law School and the H. Douglas Weaver Professor of Business Law at Harvard Business School.
is the only person in the history of Harvard University
to hold tenured appointments at both HLS and HBS
At HLS he teaches courses in negotiations and corporate law.
At HBS he teaches in several executive education programs, such as Strategic Negotiations, Changing the Game, Managing Negotiators and the Deal Process, and Making Corporate Boards More Effective.
He is the faculty chair for the JD/MBA program at Harvard University and the Vice Chair for Research at the Harvard Program on Negotiation.
Prior to joining the Harvard faculty he spent three years at McKinsey & Company in their New York, Boston, and Washington, D.C. offices.
Professor Subramanian's research
explores topics in negotiations, corporate dealmaking, and deal process design.
has published articles in the Stanford
Law Review, the Yale Law Journal
, the Harvard Business Review
, and the Harvard
Law Review, among other places.
work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal's
"Heard on the Street" column, the New York Times
, the American Lawyer, The Deal, and Corporate Control Alert.
new book Negotiauctions: New Dealmaking Strategies for a Competitive Marketplace (Norton 2010) synthesizes the findings from his
research and teaching over the past decade.
has been involved in major public-company deals such as Oracle's
$10.3 billion hostile takeover bid for PeopleSoft
, Cox Enterprises'
$8.9 billion freeze-out of the minority shareholders in Cox Communications
, the $6.6 billion leveraged buyout of Toys "R" Us, and Exelon's $8.0 billion hostile takeover bid for NRG.
also advises individuals, boards of directors, and management teams on issues of dealmaking and corporate governance.
Professor Subramanian holds degrees in Economics, Law, and Business, all from Harvard University.
lives in Newton, Massachusetts with his
wife and two children.