Summer 2001
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COVER STORY
What's Next?
The Economic Effects of September 11

Was October too soon to predict the economic fallout from September 11? Not for three University of Chicago professors who ventured to estimate the damage done by the terrorist attacks and predict the rate of recovery at a time when Alan Greenspan was still silent.
By Melissa M. Bernardoni

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An Accountant Looks at the Market
What happens when a C.P.A. decides to invest in the market? Accounting professor Joseph Piotroski shares his method for picking the winners among high book-to-market stocks.
By Patricia Briske and Allison Benedikt

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Alumni Celebration 2001
More than 500 alumni and friends of the GSB gathered in Chicago in October for dining and dancing, alumni accolades, and candid conversation at the sixth annual Alumni Celebration.
By Melissa M. Bernardoni

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Focus On : A Conversation with Jack Welch
When Jack Welch joined dean Edward A. Snyder and deputy dean Ann McGill for a conversation in Hyde Park in October, Welch shared his experience leading General Electric as well as his thoughts on leadership, social responsibility, and success.
By Melissa M. Bernardoni

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Being There: Business Forecast Luncheon
Panelists at the 2002 Business Forecast Luncheon in December were split over how much the economy would rebound and how quickly the recession would end.
By Patricia Briske

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