Scott Schaefer holds the Kendall D. Garff Chair in Business Administration and is Professor of Finance at the University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business. He is a co-author of the book The Roadside MBA.
Value Creation and Value Capture
by @scottschaefer - 22 hours ago
RT @ChadBown: While no silver bullet exists to fix all US inequality, policymakers do have levers available | By @Kearney_Melissa https://t…
by @scottschaefer - yesterday
RT @benlahue: @ryanmcdevitt https://t.co/8HE3vFwPTx
College Advice I Wish I’d Taken https://t.co/idKijFe55Q
by @scottschaefer - 5 days ago
RT @FiveThirtyEight: The Supreme Court is allergic to math. https://t.co/Se9rzlospO https://t.co/ry5NmwZN93
by @scottschaefer - 6 days ago
QAMO Courses for 2017-18 - 7 months ago
Look for these new courses on the U of U class schedule soon! QAMO 3020 Game Theory / TTh 12:25 pm ECON 4561 Econometrics for BEA / MW 11:50 am ECON 4011 Intermediate Microeconomics for BEA / TTh 9:10 am We’ll also be offering two sections of QAMO 3010. (You may not be required to take […]
Help Roadside MBA Find Growing Businesses in Kuala Lumpur - one year ago
The Roadside MBA team will be embarking this fall on our third international trip! In October, we will be headed for Asia with stops in Manila, Singapore, Jakarta, and… Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I’ve been assigned the task of lining up visits with growing businesses in Kuala Lumpur. And I need your help! If you know […]
Help Roadside MBA Plan Its South American Tour - one year ago
The Roadside MBA team needs your help! We are headed to Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay in late March. If you have contacts there who could help introduce us to growing small businesses, we’d love to hear from you!
Syllabus: MBA Managerial Economics Fall 2015 - 2 years ago
I’ll be teaching first-year MBA students at the University of Utah again this year. Here’s a syllabus for Managerial Economics (FINAN 6025).
The Roadside MBA Multimedia Project is Live! - 2 years ago
Last May, I traveled with the Roadside MBA Crew (Mike Mazzeo/Northwestern and Paul Oyer/Stanford) from Palo Alto to Las Vegas, hitting three small businesses along the way. And thanks to funding from Stanford GSB, we were driving a massive RV to carry our very own TV crew with us. Yes, it was just like being […]
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