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.
Centuries ago, falling temperatures across Europe spelled danger for suspected witches.
Blaming big government and big business, a finance professor calls for restoring competition.
Austan Goolsbee has left behind his DC battle armor, but he can still mail in a good barb or two.
Panelists at a Becker Friedman Institute event tackle policy issues in classic Chicago style.
Chicago Booth Magazine, Winter/12
Lack of skills outweighs race as a factor in wage disparity.
Microfinance was supposed to lead the poor out of poverty. Yet after a rash of borrower suicides in one Indian state, experts and governments question the industry’s success.
How the sense of connection to a "future self" affects consumer choices.
Where's the profit motive to keep nuclear power plants safe?