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Yale SOM Master Class: Management Beyond the Market

Thursday, Feb 5 2015 at 11:00 pm - Friday, Feb 6 2015 at 1:30 am

We would be delighted to have you join us as a distinguished alumni representative at a special SOM admissions event that we think you'll find interesting and enjoyable, taking place at the Yale Club of New York City on Thursday, February 5th Senior Associate Dean and Senior Lecturer in Global Business and Politics, David Bach, will deliver a 90-minute master class drawn from his popular core MBA ‘State & Society' course. David will lead a case-based discussion about how to create value beyond the market by effectively managing relations with a diverse set of market- and nonmarket stakeholders. David's research focuses on business-government relations, nonmarket strategy, and market regulation in a globalizing world economy, with particular emphasis on the regulation of financial markets. The audience will include high potential MBA and EMBA candidates, as well as top SOM recruiters. The purpose of the event will be for the candidates and recruiters to experience the unique SOM learning environment, while showcasing the caliber and commitment of our alumni and friends. We expect a highly interactive discussion. Short pre-work readings will be distributed in advance of the event. We would very much appreciate your presence at this event. More about SOM's State & Society course Business decisions are rarely just about costs, returns, and whether the shareholders will be happy in the short term. Especially in a truly global economy, long-term results can hinge on the unique political, legal, and business dynamics of each market. SOM requires all first-year students to take a core course called State and Society, which is devoted to studying and understanding these crucial constituencies. Date: Feb 5th 2015 Time: 6-8:30pm Location: The Yale Club of New York City 50 Vanderbilt Avenue New York, NY 10017 (212) 716-2100 Register:

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    50 Vanderbilt Ave New York, New York