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Fall 2007

Is It Really Irrational to Be Emotional?; Does Shareholder Voting Curb CEO Pay?; Want to Influence Someone? Pile on the Information; Bringing Rigor to Financial Forecasting; Beyond the Five-year Strategic Plan; When Talking Stocks, Mind Your Metaphors; Do High CEO Salaries Pay Off?; The Not-So-Obvious Power of Information Technology

Spring 2007

Is the Price of Money Managers Too Low?; Superstar Cities; Deforestation and the Effects of Climate Change; The Blame Game; The Unsung Heroes of Corporate Growth; Reassessing Robert Moses's vision for New York; Emotional Accounting; The Pursuit of Happiness

Summer 2007

Paying It Safe: What We'll Spend to Keep Crime Risk at Bay; A Little Bad Behavior Goes a Long Way; Puzzling over China's Growth; When Getting Bad News Is Good News for Banks; Is Cash Really King in Valuations, or Do Earnings Trump All?; Can Congestion Pricing Be Fair and Efficient?; Does Technological Tying Spark Innovation?; Rewarding Efficient Commuters, Easing Traffic Congestion; Product Line Positioning Without Market Information

Winter 2007

Branding: Your Most Important Investment; What Really Happens at Mixers?; Melding the Minds of Marketers and Engineers; A New Way of Educating Our Future Healthcare Leaders; A Global Look at Environmental Disclosures; New York City’s Trans Fat Ban; A Just-In-Time Approach to Medical Care; Listen and Learn; Embrace your mess: Q&A with Eric Abrahamson

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