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Booth ideas and knowledge resources are at the forefront of business. Stay on top of the latest thinking by following conference coverage, attending online seminars, reading Capital Ideas, and continuing your top-tier education.

Chicago Booth conferences bring together our world-class faculty and industry leaders for unparalleled, in-depth discussions on important economic, political and social issues.

Economic Outlook 2014

  • Economic Outlook 2014 - Randy Kroszner Randall S. Kroszner
    Norman R. Bobins Professor of Economics
    Kroszner examines job growth, the unemployment rate, and economic fragilities.
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  • Economic Outlook 2014 - Austan Goolsbee Austan D. Goolsbee
    Robert P. Gwinn Professor of Economics
    Goolsbee discusses economic recovery, the potential for growth, and the housing market.
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Management Conference 2013

  • Financial Regulation and Monetary Policy - Management Conference 2013 The Future of Financial Regulation and Monetary Policy
    Listen to Booth’s world-class faculty and leading policy experts engage in a thought-provoking debate on the future of central bank policies.
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  • Steven Neil Kaplan - Management Conference 2013 Perspectives on Private Equity
    Steven Neil Kaplan, Neubauer Family Distinguished Service Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance, Chicago Booth
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Economic Outlook 2013

  • Economic Outlook Kroszner Randall S. Kroszner
    Norman R. Bobins Professor of Economics, Chicago Booth 
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  • Economic Outlook Rajan Raghuram G. Rajan
    Eric J. Gleacher Distinguished Service Professor of Finance, Chicago Booth 
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Management Conference 2012

  • Robert H. Topel on the Future of Transportation Future of Transportation
    Robert H. Topel
    Isidore Brown and Gladys J. Brown Distinguished Service Professor in Urban and Labor Economics 
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  • Professor Steven Neil Kaplan on Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurs Who Matter: Identifying and Building High Growth Ventures
    Steven Neil Kaplan
    Neubauer Family Distinguished Service Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance 
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Practical research is synthesized here in a user-friendly format. Look for selected research on topics like entrepreneurship, marketing, decision research, corporate governance, labor economics, and human resources.

  • Global Markets Decision Research - March 2013
    This issue highlights some of the faculty’s pathbreaking studies in advancing behavioral science research. Empirical research into the power of intuition, reasoning, and social interaction produces knowledge that can improve judgments and decision making in a range of contexts. Read articles and view videos.
  • Global Markets Global Markets - October 2012
    Highlighting five research projects that have formed the background for Bloomberg columns by our faculty, Global Markets offers an overview of the various ways research at Chicago Booth relates to pressing issues that are of widespread interest to the public.
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  • Investment Management Investment Management - May 2012
    The economic theory and empirical work produced by researchers at Chicago Booth have found practical application in investment practice, in the construction of appropriate corporate capital structures, in the formation of banking regulation, and in a host of other contexts. Read articles and view videos.
  • Sloan Sloan Research Fellows - December 2011
    Highlights interesting and topical research questions being studied by Sloan Research Fellows and Chicago Booth faculty members Veronica Guerrieri, Jesse Shapiro, and Amir Sufi.
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  • Operations Management Operations Management - August 2011
    Highlights 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. Read articles and view videos.
  • Corporate Governance Corporate Governance - March 2011
    This issue features research by Chicago Booth faculty that goes beyond the traditional focus of corporate governance research to consider the influence of lenders, laws, and regulators on firms' activities, as well as conflicts of interest among a firm's shareholders.
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Online seminars with experts deliver life-long career development to help you maintain your professional edge. Participate and listen.

  • Personal Brand: Your One Big Thing by Phil Cooke
    Phil Cooke shares his very unique perspective, experience, and practical tips on how to identify your calling, rise above the noise, and revolutionize your career. Listen now.
  • Bouncing Back From a Career Challenge by John Baldoni 
    John Baldoni, internationally recognized leadership consultant, speaker, and author of numerous publications and ten books (including his latest - Lead with Purpose: Giving Your Organization a Reason to Believe in Itself) will share his vast experience, deep knowledge, and multi-faceted perspective on how to bounce back from a career challenge. Listen now.
  • Great From the Start - Secrets of Entrepreneurial Success by John Montgomery
    John Montgomery shares strategies from his book, Great from the Start and nearly three decade career on how to translate business concepts into vibrant and successful companies. Listen now.
  • Excel on the Job by Shirzad Chamine 
    Shirzad Chamine, PhD, Chairman of CTI, former CEO of an enterprise software company, and author of Positive Intelligence, will share his vast experience coaching CEOs, lessons learned, and hard-fought wisdom on how to excel wherever you go. Listen now.
  • The Road to the C-Suite by Debra Bento
    Debra Benton, President, Benton Management Resources and author of several books from "How to Think Like a CEO" to "How to Act Like a CEO Online and Offline," will share her insights, perspective, and practical advice from her decades of working directly with CEOs. Listen now.

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Build your skills with specialized seminars or refresh your thinking by taking a Booth class. Learn how continuing education can benefit your career.

Post Graduate Courses

Booth alumni may take up to three non-cohorted Booth post-graduate courses after graduation. Alumni will not be charged tuition for these three classes, but are responsible for the costs of all course materials and the Lifetime Transcript fee*.

Executive Education Seminars

Build your skills in a specific area with one of our highly-rated, topical, and brief executive education courses.

Custom Corporate Education

If your company has specific training needs, consider a customized executive education program taught by Chicago Booth faculty. 

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Faculty Books

  • Explaining Long Term Trends in Health and Longevity

    Robert W. Fogel, Charles R. Walgreen Distinguished Service Professor of American Institutions more on Amazon »

  • A Capitalism for the People

    Luigi Zingales, Robert C. McCormack Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance and the David G. Booth Faculty Fellow more on Amazon »

  • Scorecasting: The Hidden Influence Behind How Sports Are Played and Games Are Won

    Tobias J. Moskowitz, Fama Family Professor of Finance more on Amazon »

  • Nudge: Improving Decisions on Health, Wealth, and Happiness

    Richard H. Thaler, Ralph and Dorothy Keller Distinguished Service Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics more on Amazon »

  • Fault Lines

    Raghuram G. Rajan, Eric J. Gleacher Distinguished Service Professor of Finance more on Amazon »

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