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Last Week at Yale SOM: Conference Focuses on ‘The New Health Care Industry’

By: Meredith Crawford November 16, 2015

The reception and dinner was part of the inaugural conference of Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy at Yale Law School, titled “The New Health Care Industry: Integration, Consolidation, Competition in the Wake of the Affordable Care Act,” As participants mingled, they had the...

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‘Too Introverted’: Economist Paulo Roberto de Almeida on Brazil

By: Meredith Crawford October 22, 2015

When Standard & Poors downgraded Brazil’s bonds to junk grade last month, the immediate cause was the country’s struggling economy and growing deficit. But the roots of the crisis, economist Paulo Roberto de Almeida told students at Yale School of Management on October 13, lie in Brazil’s...

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