Economics & Business

May–June/13

Emily Oster applies economic principles to all of life’s questions.

Jan–Feb/13

An unlikely NBA executive, Mike Zarren, AB’99, brings a Moneyball sensibility to the Boston Celtics.

Jan–Feb/13

Behind the scenes at La Petite Folie restaurant, faculty members apprentice themselves.

Nov–Dec/12

Businessman John Kuhns turned his winding career path into a novel.

Nov–Dec/12

A corporate career led Beverly Ryder, MBA’74, to the board of the National Women’s Hall of Fame and back to the public schools in her hometown of Los Angeles.

Sept–Oct/12

Centuries ago, falling temperatures across Europe spelled danger for suspected witches.

July–Aug/12

Blaming big government and big business, a finance professor calls for restoring competition.

July–Aug/12

Austan Goolsbee has left behind his DC battle armor, but he can still mail in a good barb or two.

Mar–Apr/12

Panelists at a Becker Friedman Institute event tackle policy issues in classic Chicago style.

Chicago Booth Magazine, Winter/12

Pat Basu, MBA’05, MD’05, earned an appointment as a White House fellow for his work as an engineer, radiologist, educator, and business entrepreneur.

Jan–Feb/12

Lack of skills outweighs race as a factor in wage disparity.

10.31.11

Brady Dougan, AB’81, MBA’82, shares the secrets of being a good leader and successful financier.