INSIGHT THROUGH INQUIRY

Finding Peace
Through Friendship

Professor Jane Risen and coauthor Juliana Schroeder write in The New York Times how
their study of Israelis and Palestinians at a summer camp shows improved relations over time.

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Insight Through Inquiry: Capital Ideas

Are successful
stock pickers
lucky or skilled?

In the latest installment of The Big Question, finance professors Lubos Pastor
and Juhani Linnainmaa are joined by John Rekenthaler, ’00, of Morningstar
to discuss what drives investment performance.

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Insight Through Inquiry

IT'S GETTING HARDER
TO CLIMB THE LADDER

The US job market has less turnover than in 1990, so it’s harder for skilled
workers to move up and for less-skilled workers to get in, finds professor
Steven Davis in a paper cited in The Economist.

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School News

Does Income
Inequality Threaten
Capitalism?

Panelists at the Inaugural Ceremony of the Executive MBA Program in Hong Kong identify the development of human capital as the key economic challenge. Pictured from left are professor Luigi Zingales, alumnus David Booth, and dean Sunil Kumar.

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THE ECONOMIC
CONVERSATION IN INDIA

In an interview with the Financial Times, professor Raghuram Rajan
assesses his first year as governor of the Reserve Bank of India. Pictured here:
Rajan at a news conference at the central bank's headquarters in Mumbai.

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