How do US firms adapt to increasing international trade? Do US firms still produce goods that are also made in low wage countries like China and India, or are they forced from low-end markets and into production of higher end goods? If US firms still compete directly with firms in low wage countries, how are they able to overcome their extreme disadvantage in labor costs?
Each year in the US, retailers implement about $100 billion worth of promotional activities such as temporary price cuts, special store displays, and feature advertisements for frequently purchased items. While the goal is to increase sales of the items in question, are promotions really effective in doing so?
The Yale SOM Admissions Team will host our annual Welcome Weekend on April 18-20. That weekend will give over 100 admitted students and their families the opportunity to find out first hand what Yale SOM has to offer, with activities ranging from class visits, a Career Development Panel, to our famous New Haven pizza.
The application process to become an Admissions Interviewer will begin soon. There are also other volunteer opportunities, including Information Session Leaders and Class Visit Hosts.
The new Coordinators of the Professional Student Interest Groups (P-SIG) will present their benchmarking and strategic plans for the coming year on Friday, April 12 in room A-60.
Thursday April 11, 3pm to 8pm at Sonalysts, Inc.
This competition is sponsored by DECD and supported by CVG. The final round was held on April 4, 2002. There are $50,000 in cash awards.
This competition encourages graduate students in business management to pursue entrepreneurial ventures and develop high-growth businesses.