We are looking for a student to support our group with developing an IP teaching game during the summer. Further details available here.
Some good thoughts about IP education. Read more here.
We are looking for two UROP students to support our research on Intellectual Property Management during the summer. For details on the projects see here.
Cambridge is moving in the right direction: „One of the world’s oldest—and richest—universities has decided to adopt a more “ethical” approach to investing its multibillion-dollar endowment fund.“
Read the full Wall Street Journal article at http://www.wsj.com/articles/cambridge-university-to-vote-on-multibillion-dollar-fund-1431944924
During the TIM junior faculty session at this year’s AoM in Orlando I got a pretty good advice. Read this article. I just did and must agree. It helps to see things a bit differently. Highly recommended.
How our friend „earth“ recognizes human behavior and resource utilization. I can warmly recommend this „earthbook“ video. Enjoy…
Ah, I almost forgot. There is a similar enjoyable book to learn the basic economic concepts. Try out the „Cartoon Introduction to Economics“ by Yoram Bauman (Ph.D.) and Grady Klein. This might also be helpful for teaching economics using some of the cartoon strips to tune up some boring powerpoint slides. I got my copy at a trip to Seoul (South Korea) in 2010.
Unbelievable, but true! There are better books to teach statistics than those of the Oldenbourg Verlag that I had to use in my undergraduate studies. Particularly recommendable for those, who do not enjoy statistics that much, is this one: „The Cartoon Guide to Statistics“ by Larry Gonick and Woollcoott Smith published by HarperCollins.