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Yale to Host Corporate Social Responsibility Workshop

January 11, 2007

New Haven, Conn., January 11, 2007—Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) experts from leading universities and organizations will gather at Yale to explore the latest research and trends in the field in a two-day workshop on January 13 and 14. The event is presented by The Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance, the Center for Business and Environment at Yale, the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, and the Yale School of Management.

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Fiona Scott Morton Testifies before Senate Finance Committee Hearing on Prescription Drug Prices

January 11, 2007

Professor of Economics Fiona Scott Morton testified in front of a hearing of the Senate Finance Committee devoted to the topic of "Prescription Drug Pricing and Negotiation: An Overview and Economic Perspectives for the Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit" on January 11, 2007.

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Game Time

December 22, 2006

Barry Nalebuff, the Milton Steinbach Professor of Management, is an expert in game theory, the Nobel Prize-winning theory of human behavior.

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A Customer Case

December 21, 2006

Students studying the transformation of TIAA-CREF in Yale SOM’s new Customer course recently had a visit from the prime mover behind the changes at this diversified financial services firm: TIAA-CREF chairman, president, and chief executive officer Her

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Leaders Forum 2006

December 19, 2006

In an unprecedented three-week Leaders Forum series, SOM students had the opportunity to hear from and question three distinguished business leaders, Carlos Ghosn, president and CEO of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

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Yale School of Management MBA Students Gain International Exposure Through Study Abroad School Makes International Experience Required Part of New Curriculum

December 18, 2006

New Haven, Conn., December 18, 2006—First-year students from the Yale School of Management will study abroad during the first two weeks of January 2007 as part of the school's first International Experience, a mandatory component of the school's new MBA curriculum that was launched in September 2006. Yale SOM is the first major MBA program to require students to study abroad.

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