Michael A. Keehner

Adjunct Professor

Finance and Economics

B.S., MIT; MBA, Harvard Business School.

Joined CBS in 2005

Michael Keehner

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Teaching and research interest

Professor Keehner is a seasoned executive and prominent investment banker with global experience, senior management responsibilities and a successful track record. He spent over twenty years of his career with Kidder, Peabody & Co., Incorporated, a full service global investment banking firm where he was a member of the firm's Board of Directors and Executive and Management committees. He left Kidder, Peabody in 1994 and formed a strategic advisory and private investment company. He also participates in turnaround situations and venture and other principal investment activities.

Keehner received an S.B. degree in Physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and earned an MBA with High Distinction from Harvard Business School where he was a Baker Scholar and a Loeb Rhoades Fellow.


The Foundations to the Individual, Business, and Society Curriculum Teaching Note: Fall 2013
Author(s): Raymond Fisman, Michael Keehner, Bruce Kogut, Katherine Phillips

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BioLite: The Little Stove that Could?: Winter 2012
Author(s): Michael A. Keehner

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The St. Louis Renaissance Grand Hotel: Does a Shift in Context Create an Opportunity?: Fall 2010
Author(s): Michael Keehner, Glenn Hubbard

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Morgan Stanley Dean Witter: The Aftermath of a Merger: Fall 2009
Author(s): Michael A. Keehner

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Theracor Pharmaceuticals, Inc.: Summer 2008
Author(s): Michael Keehner, R. Glenn Hubbard

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