Come join other Chicago alumni at this one of a kind gathering. The annual dinner in São Paulo has been deemed the most fun party of all Chicago alumni events, so don't miss this opportunity to meet your former classmates and get to know other alumni in the area, all this in a very relaxed atmosphere with great food and wine.
This year we will be joined by Stacey Kole (Clinical Professor of Economics, and Deputy Dean for the Full-Time MBA Program) and John Mark Hansen (Dean, Social Sciences Division), who will share some of their experiences on their respective fields.
Limited places available! So hurry up and make your reservation now. Come spend a pleasant night with your friends from University of Chicago!
Please make the registration deposit (R$160 per person) no later than June 11th in the banking account described below. Email a copy of your deposit confirmation, along with your name, telephone, email address, degree, graduation year and names of spouse or guest to:
Registration Deposit should be made to the account below before June 11th 2012.
Nome: Daniela Fusco Alcaro
Banco: Itaú-Unibanco, # 341
Agencia: 7062 (Jardim Europa)
Conta Corrente: 06078-0
Register By Email
Fee includes appetizers, 5-course meal (tapas style) and unlimited wine (Does not include parking).
Open to all Chicago Community of São Paulo.
Stacey Kole (Speaker)
Clinical Professor of Economics; Deputy Dean for the Full-Time MBA Program, University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Stacey R. Kole is the deputy dean of the Full-Time MBA Program. Her research interests cover policies and practices that dictate behavior within organizations and its relation to firm performance. Her publications include "Workforce Integration and the Dissipation of Value in Mergers: The Case of USAir's Acquisition of Piedmont Aviation," with Kenneth Lehn, in Mergers and Productivity, published by the National Bureau of Economic Research in 2000; "Deregulation and the Adaptation of Governance Structure: The Case of U.S. Airlines Industry," with Kenneth Lehn published in the Journal of Financial Economics in 1999; and "The Complexity of Compensation Contracts" in the 1997 Journal of Financial Economics.
She previously served as a member of the faculty associate dean for MBA Programs at the University of Rochester's Simon School of Business. Prior to her career in academics, Kole was a financial economist in the Office of Economic Analysis, at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Kole received a bachelor's degree in history and economics from the University of Rochester in 1982. She received her PhD in economics in 1992 from the University of Chicago.
With Kenneth Lehn, "Workforce Integration and the Dissipation of Value in Mergers: The Case of USAir's Acquisition of Piedmont Aviation," Mergers and Productivity (National Bureau of Economic Research 2000).
With Kenneth Lehn, "Deregulation and the Adaptation of Governance Structure: The Case of U.S. Airlines Industry," Journal of Financial Economics (1999).
"The Complexity of Compensation Contracts," Journal of Financial Economics (1997).
John Mark Hansen (Speaker)
Dean, Social Sciences Division, University of Chicago, Social Sciences Division
John Mark Hansen is the dean of social sciences and the Charles L. Hutchinson Distinguished Service Professor in the department of political science and the College. He is also one of the nation's leading scholars of American politics.
Hansen, whose research has focused on interest groups, citizen activism and public opinion, is the author of two books, Mobilization, Participation and Democracy in America (1993) with Steven Rosenstone and Gaining Access: Congress and the Farm Lobby, 1919-1981 (1991).
In 1999, he received the Heinz Eulau Award from the American Political Science Association for the Best Article Published in the American Political Science Review in 1998. He also received the Outstanding Book Award from the National Conference of Black Political Scientists for Mobilization, Participation and Democracy in America in 1995. In 2003, he was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Hansen's current research focuses on public opinion, public budgeting and politicians' inferences from the outcomes of elections.
Hansen received a B.A. in 1981 from the University of Kansas and a M. Phil. in 1983 and Ph.D. in 1987 from Yale University.