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Bruce Scott ’54

Bruce Scott, Harvard Business School’s Paul Whiton Cherington Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus, died March 21, 2020.

Bruce joined Harvard’s faculty in 1963 and focused primarily on the interaction between public policy and business behavior. He was instrumental in developing the multidisciplinary Business, Government and the International Economy course, which teaches students about the economic, political, social, and legal environment in which business operates; and he developed the notion of “national strategy” to describe how a government influences the mobilization and allocation of the resources of a society to enhance its prospects for growth and development.

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