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Doug Rae Publishes City: Urbanism and Its End

August 12th, 2003

City: Urbanism and Its End (Yale University Press) by Douglas W. Rae, the Richard Ely Professor of Management and professor of political science, will be published in October.

Paul MacAvoy is Co-editor of Journal of Strategic Management Education

August 12th, 2003

Professor Paul MacAvoy is co-editor of the new international journal, Journal of Strategic Management Education (JSME). He shares top editorial duties with Arnoldo Hax (MIT) and Philippe Haspeslagh (INSEAD).

New Book by Barry Nalebuff Provokes Readers to Ask Why Not?

August 12th, 2003

Why not have telemarketers pay you for your time when they call? Why not sell generic first-class postage stamps that remain valid when rates go up? Why not have a fixed-rate mortgage that automatically refinances when interest rates fall?

Barry Nalebuff and Jeff Sonnenfeld Ranked Among Top 200 Business Gurus

August 12th, 2003

In the recently published book, What's the Big Idea?: Creating and Capitalizing on the Best Management Thinking (HBS Press), authors Thomas Davenport, Larry Prusak and H. James Wilson rank Professor Barry Nalebuff and Associate Dean Jeffrey Sonnenfeld on their list of the top 200 business gurus.

CDO Reception is a Smashing Success!

August 12th, 2003

For the 7th consecutive year, the Yale SOM Career Development Office hosted a summer reception at the Yale Club of New York City.

Dick R. Wittink Named Editor of Journal of Marketing Research

July 23rd, 2003

New Haven, Conn., July 23, 2003 – Dick R. Wittink, the George Rogers Clark Professor of Management and Marketing at the Yale School of Management, is the new editor of the Journal of Marketing Research (JMR). His three-year editorial appointment began on July 1, 2003 and will run through June 30, 2006.

The Giddiness is Gone: Nation's CEOs Gather to Address Recovery and Growth And to Honor Former Hershey Chairman Kenneth Wolfe

June 25th, 2003

New Haven, CT, June 25, 2003 - As geopolitical crises stabilize and the world economy sputters back to health, 100 world-renowned chief executives, policy makers, and academics gather at the 47th CEO Summit of The Chief Executive Leadership Institute of the Yale School of Management. The meeting takes place at the Yale Law School, June 26-27, 2003. The conference, "The Giddiness is Gone: Resetting Paradigms for Growth," addresses the challenges of discovering hidden business opportunities within sectors that are currently not as readily identified as they were during the bubble economy.

The Giddiness is Gone: Nation's CEOs Gather to Address Recovery and Growth And to Honor Former Hershey Chairman Kenneth Wolfe

June 25th, 2003

New Haven, CT, June 25, 2003 - As geopolitical crises stabilize and the world economy sputters back to health, 100 world-renowned chief executives, policy makers, and academics gather at the 47th CEO Summit of The Chief Executive Leadership Institute of the Yale School of Management. The meeting takes place at the Yale Law School, June 26-27, 2003. The conference, "The Giddiness is Gone: Resetting Paradigms for Growth," addresses the challenges of discovering hidden business opportunities within sectors that are currently not as readily identified as they were during the bubble economy.

Why Does Industry Productivity Increase When Trade Barriers Fall?

June 23rd, 2003

U.S. manufacturing industries with relatively low trade barriers have relatively high productivity growth. Professor Peter Schott and co-authors Andrew Bernard and J. Bradford Jensen, show that this response driven by a reallocation of plants within industries: as exposure to international trade grows, the least productive plants decline or exit, raising the average productivity of survivors.

Yale School of Management - The Goldman Sachs Foundation Partnership on Nonprofit Ventures Announces Winners of First National Business Plan Competition for Nonprofit Organizations

May 6th, 2003

New Haven, CT, May 5, 2003 - The Yale School of Management – The Goldman Sachs Foundation Partnership on Nonprofit Ventures announced its selection of four grand-prize winners and four runners-up at the final round of the National Business Plan Competition for Nonprofit Organizations, in downtown New York City on Friday, May 2.

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