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New 17 Inch Monitor n B35a

April 25th, 2002

A monitor has been placed in the breakout room, B35a. This is a 17 inch flat panel display. I have seen people trying to gather around a single laptop monitor while working in groups. This display will allow a group to view the same laptop screen more comfortably.

Congratulations!!!!

April 25th, 2002

Yale SOM Crew Women!!!

WIM's First Annual Golf Tournament for Women & Men

April 25th, 2002

Thursday, May 9th, 9:30am Shotgun Start Yale Golf Course

Coffeehouse: SOM's Annual Talent Showcase

April 25th, 2002

Friday, April 26th 8:00 p.m. The Little Theater (1 Lincoln Street)

2002 SOM Olympics

April 25th, 2002

In keeping with the SOM tradition, the 2002 SOM Olympics are underway. These hotly contested games allow 1st year and 2nd year aggression to duke it out in a winner-take-all battle of the classes. More students are currently needed to volunteer as coordinators for individual events.

Before You Graduate -- Class of '02:

April 25th, 2002

Sign-up for your free lifelong Yale email address!

The Economic Benefits and Costs of Generic Entry in U.S. Pharmaceuticals

April 16th, 2002

Since the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, sales of generic drugs have increased dramatically. The share of generic drugs has more than doubled - from nineteen percent of all drugs sold in 1984 to forty-four percent in 1997.

Managing Nuclear Waste

April 16th, 2002

Nuclear power represents an efficient energy source, but what to do with spent nuclear fuel? Stockpiling nuclear waste at existing or closed reactors represents a temporary solution, but eventually all that waste has to go somewhere - but where?

Follow the Leader: Why do Fads Start and Stop?

April 16th, 2002

Traditional economics posits that individuals make rational decisions, but where was rationality when millions loopily purchased "pet rocks" and Internet stocks? Why do fads start and stop?

The Tennessee Valley Authority: Insolvency in Competitive Markets for Capital and Electricity

April 16th, 2002

The Tennessee Valley Authority, as an independent federal corporation governed by a three-person board, able to set prices in the context of legal monopoly, made large scale investment decisions in the 1980's based on erroneous projections of technology and market growth for electricity.

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