Since 1954, Chicago Booth has presented the annual Business Forecast & Economic Outlook series, featuring our world-renowned faculty and alumni who are among the best minds in business. Spanning three continents, Booth award-winning professors and industry leaders provide the business community with economic insights into the coming year. Events will be hosted across the globe in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Singapore and Hong Kong.
For nearly 60 years, the Chicago Booth Management Conference has showcased what we do best -- stretch, challenge, push, and question today's business thinking. Never satisfied with the current state of knowledge, Chicago Booth faculty believe in challenging common assumptions.
The Sloan Research Fellowship program was established by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation in 1955 with the mission of supporting the research efforts of young scholars of outstanding promise. In its early years, the program focused on research in physics, chemistry, and mathematics, but was expanded later to include neuroscience, economics, computer science, and computational and evolutionary molecular biology. Capital Ideas summarizes research conducted by the faculty of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. To learn more, visit http://www.chicagobooth.edu/capideas?source=youtube
From housing to unemployment to foreign trade, expert panelists at Chicago Booth's Business Forecast 2011 shared economic and political insights for the year ahead. Prognosticators at five locations around the world weighed in at the local, national, and international level before an audience of more than 1,500 alumni, students, and business community members.
Chicago Booth faculty members have a long history of making contributions to the analysis, design, and improvement of business operations. This tradition continues in the work of current Booth faculty and students who are exploring new methods and analyses for increasing operational efficiency and effectiveness in a variety of application domains. This issue provides a sample of such work in the energy, health care, and manufacturing sectors. Capital Ideas summarizes research conducted by the faculty of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. To learn more and access the archives, visit www.chicagobooth.edu/capideas/?source=youtube
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