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Cover Beyond Service

The Booth community empowers a small but elite group of students in their transition from military service to careers at blue-chip companies, start-ups, and nonprofits.

By Anne Moore |



Year of Crisis: Inside the Fed

Professor Randall S. Kroszner, a governor of the central bank during the 2008 fiscal meltdown, offers a front-row view of this perilous time.

By Robin Mordfin |



A Career Preview

From stints at start-ups to assignments at multinationals, Booth students immerse themselves and make an impact during their summer internships. Also, data from the Employment Report for the Full-Time MBA class of 2014.

By Eric Gwinn and Judith Crown |

Also featured: A Wider Influence: Milestone Celebrations 


Research Digest


This Deadline-Related Mistake May Be Costly

According to a humor essay published in a 1955 issue of the Economist, Parkinson's Law states that if you're given a lot of time to do a task, you'll find a way to fill it. There's widespread belief in the adage, and research by Oleg Urminsky indicates why.

By Alina Dizik |

More Research Digest: A Choice between Two Shopping Strategies | Do Speculators Really Inflate Commodity Prices? | In Commercial Real Estate, Less Risk is More Reward | Shocking News: The Euro is a Success! | Is There a Wrong Time to Be Happy? | Readings: Financial Literacy for Middle Schoolers | Inaugural Fama Prize for PhD Textbooks Awarded | Awards and Honors

Last Updated 1/29/15