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Mark Hyman

Mark Hyman, a GWSB adjunct professor who teaches courses on sport management, sport law and sport communication, has a new book coming out Sept. 18. Co-authored with Dr. Robert Cantu, a neurosurgeon and director of the sports medicine service at Emerson Hospital in Concord, Mass., Concussions and Our Kids: America’s Leading Expert on How to Protect Young Athletes and Keep Sports Safe is the first prescriptive book to address the issue of head trauma in children’s sports, explain the causes and dangers, and provide preventative solutions.  Hyman is the author of the well-received The Most Expensive Game in Town: The Rising Cost of Youth Sports and the Toll on Today’s Families, and Until It Hurts: America’s Obsession with Youth Sports and How It Harms Our Kids.


 

Posted by gwsb on August 14, 2012 | Filed under: GWSB News,GWSB Publications.




Economic Viewpoint

June 2012 | Number 33: What Next at the World Bank?

May 2012 | Number 32: Why Should We Fret About Worsening Income Distribution?

March 2012 | Number 31: The Competition Between Western Capitalsim and State Capitalism

February 2012 | Number 30: Cities As Green Growth Innovators

September 2011 | Number 28: Europe’s Avoidable Policy Mistakes: Learning from Experience

June/July 2011 | Number 27: Multilateralism Under Stress

March 2011 | Number 26: The Increasing Importance of Behavioral Economics for Policy

February 2011 | Number 25: What Makes China So Different From Its Neighbor?

January 2011 | Number 24: What Have Developing Countries Learned from the Crisis?

December 2010 | Number 23: The Global Growth Outlook: Does Pessimism Dominate?

November 2010 | Number 22: What Can the Industrialized Countries Learn From Korea?

November 2010 | Special Issue: In the End, It All Comes Down to Supply and Demand

Danny Leipziger, professor of international business, is a past vice-president for Poverty Reduction and Economic Management at the World Bank.  The monthly newsletter provides Dr. Leipziger’s perspective on economic issues around the globe.

Posted by gwsb on August 23, 2011 | Filed under: GWSB Publications.








MBA Admissions and Experience Blog

The members of the MBA Admissions team contribute to the blog with postings about recruitment tours, events, interviews with current students, and insights about the admissions process. The team is composed of:

Christopher Storer, Executive Director
Jason Garner, Associate Director
Patsy Torres, Assistant Director
Jason Smith, Assistant Director
Shelly Heinrich, Admissions Consultant
Jessica Page, Coordinator