David J. Collis, Ph. D.
ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER, VIVALDI
1982 - 1986
Awarded Ph.D. degree in Business Economics in June 1986.
Dean's Doctoral Fellow of Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.
Thesis on "The Value Added Structure and Competition within Industries" and course work were in Industrial Organization and Applied Microeconomics, and Business Policy and Corporate Strategy.
Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration
1976 - 1978
Awarded Master of Business Administration degree in June 1978 with High Distinction.
Baker Scholar of the Harvard Business School.
Degree was in General Management with second year orientation towards corporate strategy.
1973 - 1976
Awarded Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with Double First. Master of Arts in 1979.
Wrenbury Scholar of Cambridge University (top academic economist of the class).
Scholar of Downing College. Platt Prize for Outstanding Academic Achievement.
College Prize winner for academic work three times.
Degree was in economic theory with emphasis on applied economics. Special papers taken were in the theory of the firm, quantitative economics, monetary theory, and industrial sociology. Also studied economic history and politics.
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