Dean's Hour Friday, March 1, 12:00-1:00 p.m. Horchow Seminar Room
What led to the Argentinean crash? What economic, political and social reforms should Argentina do to achieve sustainable growth? What role should developed countries and the IMF play to avoid facing crises in emerging markets? What will be the impact of the Argentinean debacle on emerging economies and South America?
Investors rely on firm financial reports in deciding which stocks to buy and which to sell - the public revelation that a firm has fallen short of an earnings goal is enough to send stock prices tumbling.
We are all familiar with the use of money as the accepted means for conducting transactions involving the exchange of value. Why money? And while we're at it, why banks, corporations, insurance, and other financial institutions?
Please submit to OSA on paper or electronically to Dean Pierce.
The Commencement Committee is requesting submissions for class speaker at SOM Commencement on May 27, 2002. Please email the Commencement Committee a short abstract of your planned graduation speech.
The Commencement 2002 Committee is organizing this year's graduation activities. SOM Commencement 2002 will be 5-day extravaganza with a multitude of activities!
James Nearon, Catherine Rudow, Joyce Chen, and Mike Skibinski spent this past weekend at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill where they competed against each other on cross-school teams.
Jack Cakebread, one of Napa Valley's foremost winemakers, returns to SOM where he will generously share and discuss his exquisite Cakebread Cellars wines.
Former IBM Vice President of Internet Strategy John Patrick, author of Net Attitude, will speak at SOM .