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Access to a waiting list is not access to health care

September 7th, 2005

"Access to a waiting list is not access to health care."

Christopher Lovelock Organizes Services Research Conference in Singapore

September 1st, 2005

Christopher Lovelock helped to organize a services research conference in Singapore that was co-sponsored by the American Marketing Association and hosted by the National University of Singapore.

Shyam Sunder to Head American Accounting Association

September 1st, 2005

This is a three-year appointment to the Association's Executive Committee. His post as president begins in August 2006.

Joel Podolny Profiled in the New Haven Register

September 1st, 2005

The New Haven Register ran a profile of Joel Podolny as the new dean of SOM. The piece outlined his background and plans for the school.

Owen Lamont’s “Dumb Money” Research Finds Investors Lose Wealth in Fund Reallocation

September 1st, 2005

The NBER paper examines how investor sentiment affects stock prices. Among the findings: on average, retail investors reallocate their money to funds that invest in stocks that have low returns.

Roger Ibbotson Comments on Retirement of Industry Pioneer Rex Sinquefield

September 1st, 2005

Roger Ibbotson commented on the retirement of indexing pioneer Rex Sinquefield in Pensions & Investments. He said, “He did have a missionary zeal.

Zhiwu Chen Comments on CNOOC’s Failed Bid for Unocal

September 1st, 2005

Zhiwu Chen commented on China-based CNOOC and its failed bid to acquire Unocal in the Shanghai Daily.

Ted Marmor’s Views on Canada’s Public Health System Cited in National Post

September 1st, 2005

The article revisited the thorny issue as physicians attending the annual meeting of the Canadian Medical Association considered motions to reverse CMA's policy of opposing private health insurance.

Ed Kaplan: Sensors Unlikely to Reduce Suicide Bomber Casualties

September 1st, 2005

Ed Kaplan’s study on the effectiveness of using sensors to detect suicide bombers was featured in OR/MS Today.

James Choi’s 401(k) Research Featured in San Francisco Chronicle

September 1st, 2005

James Choi’s study of worker participation rates in 401(k) programs was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle article “Passing up the easy money.” “The study found that roughly half of employees who could get a company match in their 401(k)