Contact the Department Chair, Susan Vowels, via email, phone (410-778-7755), or in person (Daly 102). It’s your dream, and we want you to dream big—like our Brown Advisory students Ryan Leigh, Audrey Utchen, Jonathan Wendeborn, and Shreyas Suresh, back from attending Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska.
Sutton and Rao, Scaling Up Excellence: Getting to More Without Settling for Less (Crown Business, 2014).
Israel, a nation of just 7 million people, has more startup companies than China, India, or Japan, and is a global magnet for venture capital investment, with more than twice as much venture capital per person than the United States, and 30 times more than Europe. Senor and Singer explore the intellectual traditions, government policies, and people behind Israel’s remarkable economic success. A searing exposé of the financial collapse in America in the 2000s, a collapse that has had far-reaching consequences and has been likened to a second Great Depression. Pulitzer-Prize-winning journal Morgenson and her co-author trace the roots of the collapse to an unhealthy, uncontrolled partnership between private-sector banks, mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and politicians going back to the 1990s.
The authors reveal the workings of the revolving door between Washington and Wall Street, and note that in the years since the collapse, no individual has been held accountable for the ruin and suffering.
For the last generation, Turner says, economic policymaking has been driven by the so-called Washington Consensus: that markets are efficient, that economic actors are rational in pursuit of their own self-interest, and that inequality is an inescapable consequence of the necessary pursuit of economic growth. By focusing on fundamentals and resisting the urge to buy and sell at every market fluctuation, Graham argues, the intelligent investor can minimize risk and maximize long-term gain. It worked for Warren Buffett and countless other investors in the six decades since Graham’s book first came out.
In this entertaining and readable book, Belsky and Gilovich explore how people think about money and financial decisions, and why we sometimes make mistakes.
In this far-ranging historical analyis, Quigley traces the seven-part life-cycle of great civilizations.


Best-selling Yale Law professor Chua (World on Fire and Day of Empire) explores a more personal topic, how she applied Chinese parenting values to raising two daughters in the United States.
The family story Chua tells is fascinating, but the book’s deeper value lies in how it helps Americans better understand Chinese culture and values. Social media are transforming how businesses communicate and connect with customers, and how people learn about products and services. In this best-selling book, Kerpen, co-founder and CEO of Likeable Media, provides a fast-paced, easy-to-follow guide to the remarkable world of social media marketing.
Isaacson (best-selling author of biographies of Henry Kissinger, Benjamin Franklin, and Albert Einstein), in his exhaustively researched biography, paints a vivid picture of the complex, difficult genius who co-founded Apple and revolutionized how the world uses computers, listens to music, and more. Western economists and policymakers have long favored a laissez-faire approach to capitalism and the market. The Board of Visitors and Governors has approved six faculty promotions in five departments—two in modern languages and one each in education, business management, sociology, and chemistry.
Bauer has founded Bauer Labs as an academic and engineering team to develop software and a sensor shell to be incorporated into the OR, which will improve intraoperative workflow as well as provide active countermeasures to control human error- The Nexus Project.  The group has constructed an IDEF0 model (six levels of detail) that serves as a backbone for the analysis of the surgical procedure, more specifically to provide “contextual awareness” during surgery. You’ll share ideas with classmates, work closely with expert faculty, and get your hands on real-world tools like SAP (all our majors learn how to use it). Entrepreneurialism, the authors suggest, is far more than a policy or a mindset–it is a culture, as well.
They paint a vivid story of how Fannie and Freddie, eager to guard their privileged position of being backed by the government, aggressively resisted Congressional oversight while showering money on politicians to win favorable treatment. It’s a powerful, astonishing story of immensely powerful individuals using their connections and positions to enrich themselves, while shielding themselves from the consequences of their mistakes. Turner, Britain’s chief financial regulator, argues that what is needed to restore sustained growth is a rethinking of the basic premises of economics and financial regulation.


Drawing on the rapidly advancing field of behavioral economics, they explore mistakes like the sunk cost fallacy, the tendency to throw good money after bad.
Pushing her daughters to a degree few native-born American parents do, she tells a story of both success and resistance. Unless Western governments accept a more active role, D’Aveni says, they will continue to lose out to the Chinese model. Bauer brings unique experience and perspective to this project with a combination of his work in military aviation, flight safety engineering and development, as well as his skill as active gynecological MIS surgeon.  He served for nine years as a military pilot (Air Force Senior Pilot) and additionally as a Flight Safety Officer, chosen to sit on two major aircraft accident investigation boards. You can invest a half million dollars in socially responsible businesses in the ?Brown Advisory Student-Managed Investment Fund. Pan Am World Airways selected him to evaluate the human factors considerations in the Airbus 320 glass cockpit.  Dr. Flanagan says, still has a lot to teach students today, more than a half-century since the book’s original publication, about history, civilizations, and economics.
Bauer supervised the fabrication of both generations of demonstration prototypes, and presented the prototype and concept at the World Convention of Endoscopy in 1994.  The surgeons command and control concept was eventually developed into the OR1 by Storz in Germany, and later became the backbone for the OR of the future project. Bauer is currently working on software and sensor shells to be incorporated in the SCC to improve surgeon performance and control human error within the OR. He is a board certified gynecological surgeon, active clinician, and Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology at Oregon Health Sciences University.



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