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January 7, 2003

Does this September New York Times headline "The Bubble Has Burst, But Strengths Remain" seem all too familiar these days? Given what we have learned over the last two years, the late 1990s presents a painful lesson. If you have learned that lesson well, then I have an easy question for you to answer. Was the 1929 stock market peak a bubble, or was the crash that followed a panic? Read More

December 18, 2002

New Haven, CT, December 18, 2002 – The global eradication of smallpox stands among the most critical public health achievements of the last century. Edward H. Kaplan, the William N. and Marie A. Beach Professor of Management Sciences at the Yale School of Management (SOM) and Professor of Public Health at the Yale School of Medicine, continues to argue that in the event of a smallpox bioterror attack, rapid mass vaccination of the population in the area of the attack is preferable to ring vaccination, where only the contacts of smallpox cases would be vaccinated. Read More

December 5, 2002

Thursday, January 9, 2003 Job Fair Event San Jose, CA Read More

December 5, 2002

Tuesday, December 10 5:30 p.m., Steinbach Lounge, Both Classes Read More

December 5, 2002

December 5, 2002

Paul Bracken, Professor of Management and Professor of Political Science, gave a presentation on globalization and the role of multinational corporations at a Yale conference on teaching international issues held in Luce Hall on November 22. Read More

December 5, 2002

Dick Wittink, the General George Rogers Clark Professor of Management and Marketing, an expert in customer-based marketing strategies, helped the New Haven Register shed some light on how consumers are being barraged with new products and choices. For more information, the article is posted on the school's media board. Read More

December 5, 2002

Congratulations to Julie Yufe, this Year's Winner ! Read More

December 5, 2002

Wednesday, December 11th 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Room A-30 Read More

December 5, 2002

Wednesday, December 11th 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Room A-60 Read More

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