The award, presented by the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, the city of Kiel, and the Schleswig-Holstein Chamber of Commerce, “is meant to honor those who have proposed creative, pathbreaking initiatives to deal with globalization and who dare envision a more wholesome future by addressing the global problems of our time.”
When consumers shop for a product, they often must make decisions about a series of traits. For example, a customer might choose a jacket’s color, fabric, and style. But does the order of these decisions matter?
Rebecca Udler, director of academic affairs and student life, recently received the Quiet Heroine Award from the Yale Working Women’s Network in recognition of her support for and mentorship of students at the Yale School of Management.