Think about basic economics — when you specialize in one skill and your neighbor specializes in another, you’re both better off when you collaborate and trade amongst each other, rather than relying on your own advantages.
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Sometimes “perfectly good” is the best outcome that can come from negotiations, instead of either side getting its ideal solution, Andrew Card recently told students at Mays Business School.
Mays Management professor Lorraine Eden talks about becoming a U.S. citizen.
Mays Business School has long been known for the quality of its management research, but the stakes just got higher: the management department now houses two more top-rated academic journals and a new entrepreneurship journal.
Houston Astros Baseball Club owner Drayton McLane — an international businessman and food importer and exporter for four decades — told students in Lorraine Eden’s management class that businessmen should adopt their attitudes from baseball. Baseball mirrors life’s ups and downs; with more than 160 games a season, the team might lose one game but has to remain unfazed to face the next game less than 24 hours later.
A testament to the work ethic and quality of Mays faculty, Lamar Savings Professor of Finance Arvind Mahajan received the 2003 Bush Excellence in International Teaching Faculty Award.
Charles Dhanaraj, assistant professor of management at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, will visit Mays in late March to collaborate with Management Professor Lorraine Eden.
Associate management professor Lorraine Eden was recently named a University Faculty Fellow at Texas A&M. The designation is offered to a select number of individuals throughout the university after a highly competitive selection process.
A core issue brought about by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks centers around trade, particularly with our neighbors to the north and south. How do we encourage trade with Canada and Mexico while keeping terrorists and other unwanted evils out?