Economics & Business

Fit to be successful

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Three recent graduates build a business around keeping office workers healthy.

Rolling the dice

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Chicago Booth clinical professor of entrepreneurship Waverly Deutsch brings theatrical and gaming influences to her teaching.

Bankers’ rules

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Reminded of their professional identity, bankers became more dishonest.

Seriousness of purpose

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Three alumni share their memories of working with professor James Heckman.

A bridge to Latin America

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For over three decades, Tinker professors have created connections with Chicago.

Delight in discovery

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Economic historian Claudia Goldin, AM’69, PhD’72, takes a detective’s joy in gathering clues, analyzing data, and reconstructing the stories behind social issues.

Brewhub

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A Chicago Booth alum taps into Beijing’s microbrewery scene.

Could summer camp be the key to world peace?

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Chicago Booth’s Jane Risen studies Seeds of Peace, a Middle East coexistence program that brings together Israeli and Palestinian teenagers every year for three weeks in rural Maine.

What’s in store

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Bob Mariano, MBA’87, sheds light on what it’s like to be a supermarket CEO.

A theory of the allocation of a Nobelist’s time

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Steve Cicala, AB’04, takes the time to honor his unlikely but generous mentor Gary Becker.

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