Frank Fabozzi’s book The Mathematics of Financial Modeling & Investment Management co-authored with Sergio M. Focardi was named on the of the Top Three new books for 2005 by Financial Engineering News.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld was a guest on CNBC (9/2). He discussed accountability in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina and the corporate responses to date. In the Washington Post, he commented on the value of fired CEOs.
"All health care industry players must embrace disruptive innovations: cheaper, simpler, more convenient products or services that ultimately let less expensive professionals provide sophisticated services in affordable settings."
New Haven, Conn., September 7, 2005—The Yale School of Management is hosting the first
Yale Global Governance Forum, an historic and timely gathering of sixty of the most influential voices in governance reform from Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa, and the United States. On September 8 and 9, CEOs and chief governance officers of the nation's largest firms, global regulators, shareholder activists, journalists, governance reformers, as well as scholars from many top universities, will gather at Yale for the Forum to share ideas for addressing governance challenges across sectors and across countries.
"Health care competition...has become zero
sum...Costs are shifted from the payer to the patient, from the health
plan to the hospital, from the hospital to the physician, from the
insured to the uninsured and so on.
James Choi’s study of worker participation rates in 401(k) programs was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle article “Passing up the easy money.” “The study found that roughly half of employees who could get a company match in their 401(k)