John D. Black Professor of Business Administration
Forest L. Reinhardt John D. Black Professor of Business Administration Harvard Business School (HBS) Forest L. Reinhardt is the John D. Black Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School (HBS). Professor Reinhardt is the head of HBS’s Business, Government, and the International Economy unit. He also serves as the Faculty Chair of Harvard Business School’s Asia-Pacific Research Center. Professor Reinhardt is interested in the relationships between market and nonmarket strategy, the relations between government regulation and corporate strategy, the behavior of private and public organizations that manage natural resources, and the economics of externalities and public goods. He has written numerous classroom cases on these and related topics, used at Harvard and elsewhere in MBA curricula and in executive programs. Professor Reinhardt serves on the Board of Tutors for the Harvard College concentration in Environmental Science and Public Policy, on the Steering Committee of the Harvard University Center for the Environment, and on the Steering Committee of the HBS-Harvard Kennedy School Joint Degree Programs. He is Co-Chair of the Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative. Reinhardt received his PhD in Business Economics from Harvard University. He also holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar, and an AB from Harvard College.