In their latest Forbes Why Not? column, Barry Nalebuff and Ian Ayres argue that conventional retirement savings advice—starting off heavily invested in stocks at age 25 and working down to a bond-heavily portfolio by 65--is a bad strategy.
The award was announced and presented on October 7 at the Frontiers in Services conference in Tempe, AZ, where Lovelock gave two presentations: "Creating Value through Rental and Access instead of Ownership: Implications for Service Research and Practice" and "Teaching Services Marketing: Challenging Our Own (and Others') Assumptions."
New Haven, Conn., November 7, 2005--The Yale University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Yale School of Management (SOM) have announced a new offering, one of the first programs of its kind: a joint M.B.A./Ph.D. degree
With typical generosity, the Yale SOM community responded to the hurricane Katrina disaster raising money for assistance to the several students whose houses – or family’s houses – had been damaged or destroyed.