Gregory Sabin, MBA

Senior Lecturer on Accounting, Questrom School of Business, Boston University
Gregory Sabin is a Senior Lecturer at the Questrom School of Business at Boston University, where he teaches managerial accounting and corporate finance. He joined Boston University in 2016. He has also taught at MIT, Ohio State and Michigan State. He expects to graduate with his DBA in Finance in the spring of 2019 from Sacred Heart University. He holds both an MBA in Finance and a BA in Humanities from Michigan State University. Prior to academia, Sabin spent more than ten years in industry, holding a variety of international management roles for multi-national companies including Ford, Honeywell, Kellogg and KKR. His research focuses on international foreign direct investment and offshoring. He has published papers for the Risk Institute and Harvard Business Publishing, and he has presented his research at domestic and international conferences. In 2011, Sabin received the Michigan State University Outstanding Faculty Award, given to one faculty member annually to recognize outstanding teaching at the school. Sabin has twice been named the Finance instructor of the year at Michigan State.

Education

  • MBA Michigan State University