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A Winning Approach: The 2006 Distinguished Alumni Awards

Faculty Digest:
Why People Steal Software (And What Might Make Them Stop)

Can Japan Recover?

Candid Camera:
How Media Scrutiny Benefits Shareholders

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A Winning Approach:
The 2006 Distinguished Alumni
Awards
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By Patricia Houlihan

John Edwardson, ’72
Distinguished Corporate Alumni Award

Jaithirth (Jerry) Rao, ’81
Distinguished Entrepreneurial Alumni Award

Julie Roehm, ’95
Distinguished Young Alumni Award

David Vitale, ’76
Distinguished Public Service/Public Sector Award

Faculty Digest (PDF)
Why People Steal Software (And What Might Make Them Stop)
Most people would never steal a $1O computer mouse from Microsoft, but they don’t feel guilty copying a $1,OOO software application from the same company, according to a study coauthored by Christopher Hsee, Theodore O. Yntema Professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing.
By Phil Rockrohr and Anthony Ruth
Can Japan Recover? (PDF)
What Kind of "Zombies" Contribute to the Country's Economic Woes? How is Japan Like the Movie Groundhog Day? How Can the Former Economic Powerhouse Bounce Back? Chuck Clough, ’66, and professor Anil Kashyap discuss Japan’s economic pitfalls—and slow recovery.
Candid Camera: How Media Scrutiny Benefits Shareholders (PDF)
This article was originally published in the July 2006 Capital Ideas, a publication highlighting faculty research at Chicago GSB. The July issue focused on corporate governance. For more information, visit Chicago GSB.edu/capideas.
By Carmen Marti
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