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Healthcare Leadership in U.S. Changing with Growth of MBA Physicians Says New Yale School of Management Study

April 1st, 2003

New Haven, CT, April 1, 2003 – A new Yale School of Management study finds evidence of significant change in health care leadership in the United States. The number of MBA-trained physicians is increasing dramatically and mirrors the rise in the number of MD/MBA programs in the last decade.

Third Annual Private Equity Conference

March 25th, 2003

The Private Equity Student Interest Group at the Yale School of Management is proud to host the third annual Private Equity Conference. This year's conference, Surviving the Downturn; Preparing for an Upturn, attempts to look ahead in what appears to be a very challenging economic and political environment.

Ivo Welch and Florencio López-de-Silanes Among Top 100 Most-Cited Researchers in Economics

March 20th, 2003

Ivo Welch and Florencio López-de-Silanes made Thomson-ISI's list of the top 100 most-cited researchers in economics.

Casualties from Anthrax Attack Could Be Reduced by Half if U.S. Develops Quick Response Plan Say Yale School of Management, Stanford, and M.I.T. Experts

March 13th, 2003

New Haven, CT, March 17, 2003 – On the eve of war in Iraq, Yale School of Management expert Edward H. Kaplan, along with colleagues Lawrence M. Wein, Stanford University Graduate School of Business, and David L. Craft, M.I.T Operations Research Center, predict the number of casualties from an aerosolized anthrax weapon dispersed into a crowded city could be reduced by half if antibiotics were distributed either pre-attack or within several hours post-attack.

Yale School of Management - The Goldman Sachs Foundation Partnership on Nonprofit Ventures Announces National Business Plan Competition Results:655 Nonprofit Organizations Enter Competition;20 Are Selected to Final Round

March 3rd, 2003

February 19, 2003 – New Haven, CT - "The Yale School of Management – The Goldman Sachs Foundation Partnership on Nonprofit Ventures" today announced its selection of 20 nonprofit organizations to proceed to the final round of the National Business Plan Competition for Nonprofit Organizations.

Rick Antle Named to Endowed Chair

February 20th, 2003

Congratulations to Rick Antle, who was named by Yale President Richard Levin as the William S. Beinecke Professor of Accounting.

Jonathan Ingersoll in Risk Management's Hall of Fame

February 20th, 2003

Jonathan E. Ingersoll, Jr. was named by Risk magazine (Dec. 2002) to its Hall of Fame, recognizing 50 dealers, brokers, end-users, quants and systems developers who have made a profound contribution to the field of risk management.

Ed Kaplan Elected to National Academy of Engineering

February 20th, 2003

Edward H. Kaplan, the William N. and Marie A. Beach Professor of Management Sciences and Professor of Public Health, was elected to the National Academy of Engineering for his work in the assessment of needle-exchange programs and for generally bringing engineering perspectives to the design of public health policies.

Ted Marmor Writes on Universal Health Care

February 20th, 2003

Ted Marmor co-authored "Universal Health Care: Why We Shouldn't Reject it as a Dream" in the Yale Daily News (Feb. 14) also picked up by the Times-Mirror wire.


February 20th, 2003

Yale SOM faculty discuss issues relating to corporate governance. This will be a wrap up of the full year series on corporate governance. Deputy Dean Stan Garstka will introduce the program. It will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 27 in the GM Room.