It is our great pleasure to welcome Peter D. Bell, President of CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, Inc.) as our first Leaders Forum speaker of 2002, on Thursday, January 24 at 11:45 a.m. in the GM Room.
The registration deadline for the Carrot Capital Business Plan Challenge ("Challenge"), a nationwide business plan competition in which virtually all the top 50 business schools in the US are participating, has been extended to February 12, 2002, from December 10, 2001.
Does the Internet affect the prices paid by minorities and women for new cars? Fiona Scott Morton and her research team show that the answer is yes, and that demographic characteristics of the buyer affect the price paid for the car. For example, more highly educated people pay lower prices.
New Haven, CT, December 6, 2001 -- "YES." A recent study by researchers at Berkeley and Yale found that the Internet is disproportionately beneficial to those whose demographics put them at a disadvantage in negotiating -- primarily African-Americans, Hispanics, and women.
November 27, 2001 - New Haven, CT - The Yale School of Management honors William J. McDonough, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in London, England today with The Yale School of Management Award for Distinguished Leadership in Global Capital Markets. The event gathers 50 of the world's leading financiers, finance ministers, and central bank governors for a meeting that includes a discussion on the future of global markets.