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Podcast and Videos about the Owen School
Posted By webcomm On November 11, 2008 @ 10:54 am In Fall 2008,Now Playing | Comments Disabled
Professors Jacob Sagi, Hans Stoll and Craig Lewis offer insight into the reasons for the recent financial crisis.
Alumni share their thoughts about the Owen School.
Dean Jim Bradford talks about the recruiting and employment status of the Owen programs, the Vanderbilt Board of Trust visit, and the rumors about a new building.
Barrett discusses the current state of the pharmaceutical industry and the role of generic drugs.
Manze talks about his experiences in the entertainment industry and the future of global media.
Matteucci talks about life within a private-equity firm.
New research by Alexei Ovtchinnikov, Assistant Professor of Management, provides hard evidence of a “positive and significant” relationship between campaign contributions and stock returns.
Kimberly Pace, Clinical Assistant Professor of Management, discusses the importance of reputation, attitude and identity for individual managers and executives in today’s corporate culture.
Luke Froeb, the William C. and Margaret W. Oehmig Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise, offers his perspective on the state of international antitrust laws.
Bart Victor, the Cal Turner Professor of Moral Leadership, talks about his research on the benefits of microlending.
Student bloggers talk about why they decided to come to Vanderbilt.
This travelogue was recorded during a trip for the Business in China course.
This travelogue was recorded during a Project Pyramid trip to India.
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