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Fun fact: Did you know Nobel Prize laureate professor Eugene Fama was a teenage sports star? He is a member of his high school's sports hall of fame for his prowess in football, baseball, and track.
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Most financial advisers believe their own bad advice, research indicates. http://bit.ly/2a6ImGv
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Explore Chicago Booth's amazing collection of contemporary art. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4vc7g
One of the things that makes the environment at the Harper Center unique is the rich collection of contemporary art that adorns the walls – in fact, Harper houses the largest contemporary col…
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How a Booth economist helped food banks love the free market. http://bit.ly/2a8fKj9
Canice Prendergast, W. Allen Wallis Professor of Economics, is a volunteer at a Chicago food pantry. Feeding America collects truckloads of food from food manufacturers, big-box and grocery stores, and other sources all over the country, and distributes them to 210 regional food banks according ...
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Can Dodd-Frank be used for social change? http://chibooth.biz/29w5TCF
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In an interesting move, digital media company Rise Interactive gets $12 million from the second-biggest printer in the US and Canada. Rise was founded by Jon Morris, ’05, when he was a student at Booth.
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Quad Graphics invests in the Chicago online ad shop, a sign that print and digital will coexist for a while.
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Are games such as Pokemon Go keeping young men from looking for jobs? Prof Erik Hurst tries to find out http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4w5wv
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Professor Christian Leuz is honored again for his landmark 2008 #accounting #research paper. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4w5w9
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Why are bad first impressions hard to shake? Because people are lazy. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4vcn1
It’s a lot tougher to make someone like you than it is to change their mind for the worse.
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Smart planning = happy surprises, writes Chicago Booth alumnus Haijian Hu for Entrepreneur. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4vgcz
Don't be so focused on what can go wrong that you aren't ready to seize the opportunity when things go better than anticipated.
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Why is it so hard to shake a bad reputation? http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4ulm2
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Hear professor Randall Kroszner’s idea for post-Brexit job growth in the UK http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4uqaj 
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5807 S Woodlawn Ave Chicago, IL 60637
5807 South Woodlawn AvenueUSIllinoisChicago60637
(773) 702-7743chicagobooth.edu
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As part of The University of Chicago, we share this world-renowned university’s core values, which shape our distinctive intellectual culture. At Chicago Booth, we constantly question and test ideas, and seek proof. This extraordinarily effective approach to business leads to new ideas and innovative solutions. In fact, seven of our faculty members have won Nobel Prizes for these ideas.


We are proud to claim:

  • an unmatched faculty
  • degree and open enrollment programs offered on three continents
  • a global body of nearly 49,000 accomplished alumni
  • strong and growing corporate relationships that provide a wealth of lifelong career opportunities.


Since 1898, we have produced ideas and leaders that shape the world of business. Our rigorous, discipline-based approach to business education transforms our students into confident, effective, respected business leaders prepared to face the toughest challenges. We are the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

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"The best business school in the galaxy."
"Attended an executive education course: Pricing - strategy and tactics."
"Great faculty, and amazing classmates."
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Nathanel Mori
3 weeks ago
I know I'm biased, but how can you beat this top-ranking business school? Great MBA program, in a top facility, with world class professors and amazing classmates. C'est tout.
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Elijah Wolter
3 months ago
They tried to convince me that societal systems that exacerbate poverty are okay if you can learn to be the one in control of them.
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Daniel Simeon
a month ago
Awesome school!
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Clifford Cohn
a month ago
Nice campus.
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Troy Gamble
6 months ago
Attended an executive education course: Pricing - strategy and tactics. The overall experience was professional, well thought through and not only fun to attend but also educational.
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Don Jackson
2 months ago
Just visiting from New Zealand. Impressed with all the comments. My interest is in architecture.
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Zvi Goldstein
3 years ago
The best business school in the galaxy. What makes Booth special is its relentless focus on rigour and compelling logic in pursuit of understanding business. The MBA program is ranked number 1 by The Economist and Businessweek. More than 600 students matriculate each year and join an alumni base of over 45,000 world-wide. The school features and extensive collection of modern art. Architecturally, the building echoes the gothic University of Chicago style in the Rothman Winter Garden. The over hangs in the back give tribute to the Robie house in the back, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
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Neeaj Jerry
7 months ago
great