New Haven, CT, March 12, 2002 – Fifteen Yale MBA students are enroute to Japan for a weeklong study trip to an array of Japanese firms and multinational corporations as part of their business studies of current strategy, operations, financial institutions, and general management in what is arguably the world's second largest economy.
New Haven, CT, March 12, 2002 -- How confident are individual and institutional investors following the September 11th terrorist attacks and amid heightened doubts about the integrity of financial reporting sparked by Enron Corp.? A study from the Yale School of Management's International Center for Finance announces four new indexes devised by Robert J. Shiller, a Faculty Fellow there. It shows that both individual and institutional investors' confidence remain "unshaken." Such resilient confidence, says Shiller, "Is a powerful support for the market."