Dividend (Vol. 24, No. 3, Fall, 1993)
Table of Contents: p. 2 - How Do New Companies Get Started and Grow? An Office for the Study of Private Equity Finance has been established at the Business School. ; p. 4 - Second Mitsui Symposium Held in Tokyo Speakers address the topic of corporate governance in Japan and the US. ; p. 6 - New Alumni Clubs in Europe and Chicago Hold Kick-off Events Pictures from the meetings of our new European Alumni Club, held in Paris in June, and from our new Michigan Business School Club in Chicago. ; p. 9 - Learning Strategic Issues in Europe By Ellen Berger, MBA '93 For the second year, the European Project course offered MBA students a chance to learn about the intricate complexities of consulting and cross-cultural management. ; p. 10 - Dollars for Scholars; The Korean Connection, Dean White and Professor E. Han Kim in Seoul ; p. 13 - The Spirit of the Cloth, Kyra Hicks, MBA '91, sews stories into her quilts. ; p. 14 - Scholars in the Making, The doctoral program at the Michigan Business School places students at the intersection of the basic social science disciplines and the world of practice. ; p. 17 - Ph.D. Profiles Interviews with 9 current doctoral students illustrate the diversity and achievements that go into creating top-notch scholars. ; p. 27 - The Place of Research in the Business School, by Associate Dean Janet A. Weiss, Professor Weiss comments thoughtfully on the important habits of the mind that make good researchers, learners and teachers ; p. 28 Among Ourselves, Professor Edward A. Snyder has been appointed director of the William Davidson Institute. ; p. 34 - Alumni Board Welcomes Eight New Members ; p. 36 - Class Notes. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50764>
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