Chicago Booth logo

The University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Skip navigation
AboutContactVisitBooth Home

Heard at the GSB

September 11 Economic Impact Forum
October 17, 2001

In the wake of the September 11 attack, uncertainty is the greatest enemy of our economy, according to a panel of three noted Chicago GSB faculty members. On October 17, they discussed the economic impact of the attack in a public forum moderated by Dean Edward A. Snyder. Panelists were:

Gary S. Becker
University Professor of Economics and Sociology and 1992 Nobel laureate, University of Chicago

Steven N. Kaplan
Neubauer Family Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance, Chicago GSB

Kevin M. Murphy
George Pratt Shultz Professor of Economics and Industrial Relations, Chicago GSB

STREAMING AUDIO
» Listen to the forum
(MP3 Format - 1 hr, 29 min.)

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Gary S. Becker
» Predicting a rapid recovery (2:29)
Windows Media | RealPlayer
» Effect on globalization (3:18)
Windows Media | RealPlayer
» Future of Islamic companies (1:33)
Windows Media | RealPlayer
» Government intervention (6:51)
Windows Media | RealPlayer

Steven N. Kaplan
» Potential for longer term slowdown (2:06)
Windows Media | RealPlayer
» A key indicator for uncertainty (1:53)
Windows Media | RealPlayer
» Evidence for quick recovery (:48)
Windows Media | RealPlayer

Kevin N. Murphy
» How 9/11 compares to other economic shocks (2:05)
Windows Media | RealPlayer
» Uncertainty (1:39)
Windows Media | RealPlayer
» Government stabilization efforts (1:22)
Windows Media | RealPlayer
» Cost of intangibles (4:22)
Windows Media | RealPlayer

.


Actions

Apply to Chicago Booth degree programs