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Martijn Cremers: Interactive Data Filing Can Level the Playing Field for Investors

October 20th, 2006

Martijn Cremers told The Wall Street Journal that if the SEC requires companies to file financial reports using interactive data it will “level the playing field for investors by giving them easy access to comparative information on public com

Ravi Dhar: Wealthy Turn to Stealthy Luxury Brands

October 20th, 2006

Ravi Dhar was interviewed in the Boston Globe on the trend of status conscious shoppers favoring luxury brands that feature understated yet distinctive signature details – like the red soles of Christian Louboutin shoes – over those with overt

Frank Fabozzi Publishes Introduction to Structured Finance

October 20th, 2006

Frank Fabozzi and co-authors Henry Davis and Moorad Choudhry have published Introduction to Structured Finance (Wiley). The book examines the essential elements of structured finance and makes them understandable to a wide audience.

Jonathan Feinstein Lectures on Creativity, Tax Compliance in Taiwan

October 20th, 2006

Jonathan Feinstein delivered a series of distinguished lectures in Taiwan. He presented “The Nature of Creative Development: Depicting a World of Individuals” at the National Taiwan University library.

Jeffrey Garten: OPEC Petrodollars Surplus Leaves U.S. Financially Vulnerable

October 20th, 2006

Jeffrey Garten contributed the piece “The Other Oil Threat” to Newsweek International. In it, he argued that in addition to the our continued dependence on OPEC oil reserves, a new financial threat to the U.S.

Roger Ibbotson Finds Hedge Fund Returns Smaller Than Believed

October 20th, 2006

Roger Ibbotson’s study “The A, B, Cs of Hedge Funds: Alphas, Betas, and Costs” with Peng Cheng was reported on in The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, and MoneyWeek.

Ted Marmor Appears on C-SPAN’s Book TV

October 20th, 2006

Ted Marmor appeared as a guest on C-SPAN2’s Book TV where he and fellow Medicare scholar Robin Wilson critiqued the book Medicare Meets Mephistopheles by David Hyman.

Dean Joel M. Podolny Discusses Future of B-Schools

October 19th, 2006

Dean Podolny, along with other business school experts, will take part in a live panel discussion, "The Changing Face of B-School," for BusinessWeek's 2006 Online MBA Expo on October 25, 2006, 12:00 p.m. EST.

International Experience

October 18th, 2006

The 208 members of the Yale SOM Class of 2008 will jet off in January 2007 on one of nine trips, as a part of the International Experience component of the new Yale SOM Core Curriculum.

First Round Deadline

October 16th, 2006

Fall in New Haven is one of the most beautiful times of year; the leaves are changing, the air is brisk, and the admissions team is returning from recruiting travel to begin reading first round applications. Many of you are preparing your application and may have some questions about the admissions process.