Dividend (Vol. 34, No. 1, Spring, 2003)
Table of Contents: FEATURES ; p. 26 - Inspiring Course Blends Liberal Arts and Business Marking its 10th year, the BBA Senior Seminar stresses original research and intellectual independence and, along the way, transforms students into scholars. ; p. 34 - Moskowitz Symposium on Resilient Capitalism ; p. 34 - Will New Regulations Rebuild Trust or Chill Growth? The Louis and Myrtle Moskowitz Symposium on Resilient Capitalism probes links between corporate fraud and reporting practices, culture, and public and private monitoring. ; p. 37 - Corporate Culture: Why Good Businesses Go Bad 40 RELATED STORY: Sound Corporate Practices Help Countries Thrive A country that runs its finances with transparency and integrity will attract investment, which leads to development-the path to prosperity, asserts former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright. INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL p. 14 - Creativity at Work Creativity is no longer an abstract goal, but a roadmap to value creation, particularly during a down market and turbulent economic times. DEPARTMENTS ; p. 3 - Across the Board New York Stock Exchange Closing Bell Ceremony rings maize and blue... Business School honors four distinguished alumni...China: An Awakening Giant... Michael J. Jandernoa, BBA '72, shares Perrigo story at Entrepalooza... Executive-in-residence Thomas C. Jones, BBA '68 and MBA '71, works to strengthen Global Blue network...and more. ; p. 13 - Quote Unquote Who is saying what-and where. ; p. 17 - Faculty Research Simple Solutions Insufficient Integration of economics, behavioral sciences and applied ethics will become a dominant management theme in business education predicts LaRue T. Hosmer. Plus: Updates on employer-sponsored investment advice and on how to recruit and develop top talent. ; p. 20 - Ovation Better Than a Wall Street Trading Floor The new John R. and Georgene M. Tozzi Electronic Business and Finance Center provides access to the latest securities research, investment banking and asset management tools. Bloomberg Partnership Sharpens Competitive Edge ; p. 24 - Alumni at Large Born to Cook: A profile of Jim Solomon, MBA '92. Rowing up Wall Street: A profile of Lisa Black, MBA '87. ; p. 50 - Alumni Activities Club news from Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, India, London, New York, San Francisco, Santiago, South Florida and Washington, D.C. ; p. 54 - Class Notes The goings-on of friends, classmates and colleagues. ; p. 58 - Obituaries ; p. 59 - Alumni Network Update Strengthen ties with the University of Michigan Business School. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50784>
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