Professor Randall Kroszner is interviewed on Bloomberg, as he discusses why Trump needs to reform, not deregulate banks: [ Link ]

Kroszner: Trump to Reform, Not Deregulate Banks
Few if any other business schools have such an extensive and highly regarded art collection. This piece is titled Walls and Conduits, from artists Bernd and Hilla Becher. They are among the most influential artists of our time. They recorded the heritage of an industrial past for more than 40 years. #HarperArt [ Link ]
What economic challenges are facing the new president? Read the key takeaways from Booth’s Economic Outlook earlier this year: [ Link ]

Chicago Booth Professors Discuss Top Economic Challenges Facing the New President
From 2000 to 2015, privately owned sports facilities cost US taxpayers $12 billion. But do the benefits outweigh the costs? [ Link ]

What economists think about public financing for sports stadiums
The collapse of Lehman Brothers was a tipping point for the economic crisis nearly 9 years ago. However, new research asks if the Federal Reserve could have saved Lehman Brothers from bankruptcy: [ Link ]

Could the Fed Have Rescued Lehman Brothers? Q&A with Laurence Ball -
John H. Cochrane, distinguished senior fellow at Booth, and founder of the Grumpy Economist blog, explains a potential way to reform Dodd-Frank by allowing large banks to fund themselves with more capital and less debt. [ Link ]

A way to fight bank runs—and regulatory complexity
Considering joining a mentorship program? Two Booth grads share why the experience has been beneficial: [ Link ]

Why business school mentoring can work both ways
Clayton Rose, ’81 wasn’t necessarily looking for a mate when he enrolled at Booth. But in the back row of Sidney Davidson’s tax class, he found Julianne Rose, ’81. They recently celebrated their 33rd anniversary. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, we collected stories of couples that met or followed one another as students at Booth. [ Link ]
Need to find a last-minute gift this Valentine’s Day? Studies show that people are more grateful when reflecting on experiences than on material possessions: [ Link ]

Four Relationship Tips to Sweeten Your Valentine’s Day | Media Relations and Communications | The University of Chicago
Is the UK’s nascent independence from Europe an opportunity for companies in the tech sector to flourish against a backdrop of uncertainty? Register today to find out. [ Link ]
How do you scale social innovation? Social Enterprise Initiative Director Christina Hachikian examines that question in her new lab class, Scaling Social Innovation. [ Link ]

Interview with Social Enterprise Initiative Director Christina Hachikian
Recent alumnus, Kedaresh Deshpande ’16, shares how earning his MBA from Booth impacted his career and taught him valuable lessons for his current role at Acuity Brands. [ Link ]

Immediate Impact: Putting your Booth MBA to Work
How would a T-Mobile-Sprint merger affect U.S. consumers? A new Stigler Center working paper by Mara Faccio and Luigi Zingales examine how pro-competition rules can benefit consumers: [ Link ]

How Pro-competition Rules Can Benefit Consumers: A Look at the Wireless Industry -
Is employee sponsorship critical to earning your Executive MBA? Here are a few tips from our corporate sponsorship guide: [ Link ]

Employer Sponsorship Success Stories
Can improv make you a better business leader? Chicago Booth’s new partnership with Second City explores the relationship between art and science: [ Link ]

Second City and Booth School of Business team up to train business leaders - Chicago Business Journal
Applying to Booth? Here are 5 tips (and a few secrets) from the Director of Admissions: [ Link ]

5 Tips (and a few secrets) from the Director of Admissions
Most companies rely on supply chains, but have they analyzed the risks involved in these relationships? [ Link ]

How companies’ risk management depends on their role in the supply chain
Is leadership best learned in the classroom or from experience? Watch as Chicago Booth’s Harry L. Davis and George Wu discuss how professionals can improve their leadership skills. [ Link ]

The Big Question: How can you become a better leader?
Chicago Booth alumna, Marguerite Manteau-Rao, is co-founding a startup to personalize dementia care. [ Link ]

This Chicago Startup Wants to Personalize Dementia Care
Chicago Booth’s Initiative on Global Markets provides their insights on the economic outlook from Trump’s 100 Day Plan, to the impact of Brexit on the World. Jane Delbene, Director of External Relations for Booth’s London campus, outlines their findings: [ Link ]

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