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Geert Rouwenhorst’s Commodity Futures Research Cited in Pensions & Investments

January 18th, 2006

Geert Rouwenhorst’s study “Facts and Fantasies about Commodity Futures” was cited in a Pensions & Investments story that questioned whether commodity futures would continue to deliver the strong returns seen in the last 45 years.

Edward Kaplan’s Bioterror Research Highlighted in Two New Reports

January 18th, 2006

Ed Kaplan’s paper “The Citizen as First Responder” with William Bicknell and Lawrence Wein was cited in a policy report published by The Independent Institute entitled “The Government’s Response to Terrorism: An Evaluation and Report” by Eric R.

Bruce Judson’s Go It Alone! Published in Paperback

January 18th, 2006

Judson was named one of the nation's 16 leading "Bootstrap Champions" and named Go It Alone! a top "Bootstrap Book" by the Boot Strap Network, a community of entrepreneurs.

Roger Ibbotson Comments on the Long and Short of Bonds in The New York Times

January 18th, 2006

Roger Ibbotson discussed long- and short-term bond funds in The New York Times Mutual Funds Report special section.

Ravi Dhar and Will Goetzmann Comment on Investor Psychology Surrounding Stock Splits

January 18th, 2006

The study “The Impact of Clientele Changes: Evidence From Stock Splits” by Ravi Dhar and Will Goetzmann was cited in Bloomberg News, the International Herald Tribune, and Germany’s Die Welt.

Paul Bracken Leads Panel at APEC Meeting, Meets with Asian Advisors

January 18th, 2006

Paul Bracken attended the APEC International Meeting in Pusan, South Korea November 9-12, 2005, where he led a panel on “The Role of the U.S.

India Trip 2006 Yale SOM students experience the business, culture, and history of India

January 6th, 2006

Twenty Yale SOM students are spending their winter recess in India as part of the second annual study trip sponsored by one of Yale SOM’s 62 student clubs, the South Asian Busines

Roger Ibbotson on the National Addiction to Foreign Money

January 4th, 2006

Roger Ibbotson was interviewed about the amount of foreign money the U.S. needs to take in every day to keep the country going.

Jeffrey Garten Cautions Against Over-Optimism Toward World Economy

January 4th, 2006

In his latest Newsweek guest column, Jeffrey Garten writes that the great optimism and booming economies that preceded the 1997 devaluation of the Thai baht and the financial crisis that followed is being mirrored today.

Ravi Dhar Explains the Expanding Luxury Market

January 4th, 2006

In the International Herald Tribune, Ravi Dhar commented on luxury goods and how the market for these products has broadened to consumers in a wide range of income levels.