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18 influential business professors aged 40 and under

The youngest is aged 27.

Before recognising who's who in the business, it is worthwhile to identify some of the extraordinary young professors who have, in one way or another, taught and influenced this generation's business managers.

Singapore Business Review proudly presents the 18 most influential business professors in the city aged 40 and under. This is the second time since 2014 that the publication releases such a list to identify business professors who show notable willingness to share their skills, knowledge and expertise in any medium.

Chosen by their schools and colleagues, these young teachers are rising stars, both in the classroom and in cutting edge research. They are authors of significant publications and are most sought after speakers in various forums.

They are arranged from the oldest to the youngest.
 

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