Going Public

Gender and Competition

class notes

Going Public
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Life changed in a New York minute for Andy Alper, A.B. '80, M.B.A. '81, when he left Goldman Sachs to head up the city's Economic Development Corporation.
By Patricia Briske

Gender and Competition (491K PDF)
Does everyone react to competition the same way? Professor Uri Gneezy says it may motivate more men than women.
By Jessamine Chan

Being There: Business Forecast Luncheon (3.95MB PDF)
The potential for war with Iraq was only one of many factors economists struggled with as they tried to predict the liklihood of economic recovery.
By Patricia Briske
Focus On: Sidney Davidson Professorship (3.95MB PDF)
In 1958, Sidney Davidson had already established himself as a star faculty member at Johns Hopkins University when dean W. Allen Wallis and associate dean James Lorie recruited him to the GSB. More than 40 years later, the school established the Sidney Davidson Professorship of Accounting in recognition of his numerous contributions.
By Patricia Briske

Providing Aid in Africa (426K PDF)
Robert Ahomka-Lindsay, '00
An investment banker becomes a pubic health advocate.

By Amy Colton


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