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The language of Economics

THE HEIR OF SLYTHERIN

What classes do you teach my.
here?
I teach three undergraduate How have your interna-
courses. The first is Econom- tional experiences shaped
ics 330: American Industries your teaching style?
and it is an in-depth study of I have taught in several dif-
six or seven specific industries ferent French universities. I
in the American economy, like have also taught in a Swiss
the pharmaceutical indus- university and in an Italian
try, the automobile industry, university. The teaching style
banking, the beer industry, the and the learning style are
milk industry and so on ... The very different in those set-
second course that I teach is tings from what they are in the
Economics 432: Government United States. They have con-
Regulation of Industry. That vinced me of the importance
is a course essentially about of maintaining a classroom
treatments by government that is active, a classroom*
of market power ... The last where students and faculty are
course that I teach is Econom- actively engaged in dialogue
ics 453: The European Econo- with one another. I think of

teaching and learning as a con-
tact sport, where people really
do actively engage in dialogue.
What is your biggest
piece of advice to economics
and business majors?
All majors, whether inter-
ested in economics or busi-
ness or pre-med or anything,
is to (try not) to specialize
too soon, not to think that
because you want to go into
business that you're best
off doing only business or if
you're interested in going into
medicine, you're best off only
studying biology or chemistry.
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LSA freshmen Steve Chamas and Heather Gonring dressed up
for Halloween Wednesday. Chamas, dressed as a dog, chased
Gonring, dressed as a cat, around the Diag.

CRIME NOTES

Lights out
WHERE: Oxford Housing
WHEN: Tuesday at about
10:40 a.m.
WHAT: A light pole was
damaged some time in the
last two weeks, University
Police reported. The pole
was dented and paint
removed. The damage is
valued at about $2,500, but
police say they are unable to
determine the cause.
Desktop envy
WHERE: Wyly Hall
WHEN: Tuesday at about
8:30 p.m.
WHAT: A University
computer was stolen
sometime between Oct.
27 and Oct. 28, University
Police reported. There are
no suspects.

Smile for the
camera
WHERE: North Quad
Residence Hall
WHEN: Tuesday at about
noon
WHAT: A document cam-
era was removed from a
room sometime between 5
p.m. on Oct. 26 and 10 a.m.
on Oct. 29, University Police
reported. There are no sus-
pects.
Fender bender
WHERE: 2250 State Street
lot
WHEN: Tuesday at about
4:25 p.m.
WHAT: An accident
occured between two cars,
University Polite reported.
There were no injuries and
damage was unknown.

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
Tom Hayden Election forum
speech WHAT: Opponents and
proponents of each of the*
WHAT: As part of the "A six proposals on the ballot
New Insurgency: The Port in the state of Michigan.
Huron Statement in its Local and state candidates
Time and Ours" conference, will be present to speak
Tom Hayden, a University with attendees.
alum who wrote the Port WHO: Rackham Student
Huron Statement will give Government, The Michigan
a keynote address discuss- Daily, Students of Color of
ing "The Future of Partici- Rackham and the Center
patory Democracy." for Local, State and Urban
WHO: Port Huron 50 Policy
WHEN: Tonight at 7:30 WHEN: Tonight from 7
p.m. p.m. to10 p.m.
WHERE: East Hall, room WHERE: Rackham Audi-
1324 torium
Marge Piercy
WHAT: The author will M ilk Carton
read her own poetry and
fiction as part of The Port Kids
Huron Statement conferece.
She is a New York Times WHAT: The well-reviewed
bestselling author. folk music duo will perform.
WHO: Port Huron 50 WHO: Michigan Union
WHEN: Tonight at7 p.m. Ticket Office
WHERE: Rackham WHEN: Tonight at 8 p.m.
Auditorium WHERE: The Ark

The parents of a 4-year-
old boy in India who
was bornwith13 fingers
and 12 toes do not want
him to have surgery to
correct the genetic disorder,
the Daily Mail reported. The
young boy said he enjoys the
attention.
The culture of fantasy
football at the Univer-
sity is pervasive and
expanding exponen-
tially. Dreams of football
glory come to life through
online gaming.
>o FOR MORE, SEE THE B-SIDE, INSIDE
In the wake of
Superstorm Sandy,
New Jersey Governor
Chris Christie, officially
moved Halloween to Monday,
the New York Daily News
reported. Christie said he
wanted to protect trick-or-
treaters from floodwaters and
fallen trees.

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ROSS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
ELL LURIE INSTITUTE
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Congratulations Mayleben Venture Shaping and Dare to Dream Grant Recipients
Zell Lurie Institute Awards $28,500 in Start-up Grants to U-M Student Entrepreneurs
The Zell Lurie Institute's grant program annually awards up to $100,000 to U-M student entrepreneurs to develop their busi-
nesses. Applications for the next cycle of grants will be accepted January 2012. See: www.zli.bus.umich.edu.

VENTURE SHAPING $500'per team
1MDReview.com A website enabling consumers to make
more informed choices about medical tourism.
Jason Harr (MBA '13), Cole Johnson (Ph.D. Biology '13), Paul
Robichaux (MBA/MPH '14)
A2Cribs A website for aggregated off-campus Ann Arbor
rental property information.
Evan Dancer (CS '13), Tim Jones (CS '13), Jason Okrasinski
(BBA '13)
Andean Berries A U.S. import company of berries from Peru
during U.S. supply scarcity September-December. Orson Ker-
rigan, Juan Carlos Loyo, Norberto Montenegro and Alejandro
Pirron (MBAs '13)
BendOptic Creating a slit lamp attachment to enable easier
eye examination of the very young, elderly, disabled and
obese. Courtland Keteyian (MD/MBA '11) and David Lorch
(MSE '03, PhD '09 Biomedical Engineering), Medical Innova-
tion Fellows '13
*Cafe Esperanza Addressing the lack of resources for creating
a sustainable premium coffee industry in Honduras.
Stephen Ahn (MBA/MS Erb '15)
*ContainEarth A go-to market solution to address the issue of
single-use takeout container waste.
Richard Grousset, Raphael Meyer and David Yang (MBA/MSs
Erb '13)
Focus Solutions A combination device and application for
physical therapy and training.
Cavan Canavan (MBA 12), Grant Hughes (MBA '13)
Heapst Creating a tool to track product warranties allowing
consumers to be notified of any product recalls.
Marcin Fracz (PTMBA '14), Filip Fracz (BSE '05)
J-Ro Productions A company enabling musicians to network,
represent and promote their brands globally.
Josh Ross (BBA '14)
Juxtaway & Company A kiosk rental system to allow consum-
ers to enjoy books-on-the-move.
James Yin-Chieh Chou (MBA '14)

Manmade A membership based E-commerce platform targeting
young professional men for home delivery of ready-to-cook
meals.
Patrick Lord (MBA/MS Erb '13), Tyrell Robertson (MBA/MHSA
'15), Brandon Tirrell (MBA '14)
Mutable Vaccines Enabling technology for creating 'universal'
vaccines that develop broad protective immunity in individuals.
Marilia Cascalho (MD 1986, PhD 1998), Arjun Gupta (MsE
'13), Jeffrey Platt (MD 1977)
OraGen An accurate simple test to detect any susceptibility or
early existence of oral cancer.
Brijesh Dutta (MBA '13), Mahua Ghoshal, Cody Powers (MBA
'14), Smita Singh
Oasis An online trial matching platform to facilitate patient
recruitment in China.
Gang Su and Jie Sun (PhDs '12)
P2MD Communications A messaging system to notify pa-
tients when a physician will, be late.
Jinyong Kim (PhD Mechanical Eng '13) and Marius Tijunelis
(MD '01, MBA '09), Medical Innovation Fellows '13)
Park-n-RentAn alternative car rental service utilizing owner's
cars for service while the owner is traveling.
Anmeen Leong and Dave Wheeler (MBAs '14)
Reveneyes.com A platform to join data across healthcare
institutions to provide a single profit per visit for every patient
encounter.
David Vanker (MBA '13)
SISTAH Butters Development of natural hair care products for
African American women.
Juliet Lawrence (MBA '13), Itanza Lawrence, Elaine Lyles
SMRT Delivery A patent pending (full-utility) technology which
can prevent premature replacement of pipeline infrastructure.
David McGrail and Justin Silpe (MSEs '13)
Swadesh Clinics Mobile health clinics for people in rural
areas of India.
Rocio Cardenas (MBA '13), Sandhya Kambhampati (MBA/
MHSA '13), Vinita Vishwanarayan (MBA '13)
TBD Analytics Provides a comprehensive management tool
for large scale infrastructure projects.
Matt Liberatore (MBA/MENG '14)

UniSprout A crowd funding website for university alumni to
donate to student ideas and ventures.
Saam, Aghevli (MBA/MENG '14), Frank Koziara (BBA '14),
Jigar Majmundar (BBA '14)
*Wintergreen Stone Aggregate technology to refine and
normalize fly ash in Shanxi.
Yanning Li (MBA '14), Julia Ruedig (MBA/MS '15)
Yearney An online market place enabling small tourist busi-
nesses to effectively market to travelers.
Udayan Gupta, Ari Leviatan and Nakul Uppal (MBAs '14)
*Venture Shaping - Erb Institute
ASSESSMENT $1,500,per team
Dinner With An online volunteer and fundraising platform for
charities to connect with a broader donor base.
Jillian Badanes and Sam Chen (MBAs '14) and Catherine Fish
(MSW '13)
INTEGRATION up to $10,000 per team
Exo Dynamics Creating the next generation of spinal ortho-
ses to improve treatment processes.
Maren Bean (MBA '13), Sam Beckett (BSE ME '12), Jorge
Sanz-Guerrero (M Eng) Manufacturing '11),
Daniel Johnson (PhD '12), Pat Milligan (Mat Sci Eng '14)
PhotoSocial Offers free photo gallery software for mobile
devices to simplify photo management, trading and ordering.
Jeff Bargmann (PTMBA '13)
Real Good Food A food sharing platform that allows custom-
ers to enjoy the best food in their community.
Raffi Garabedian (MPP '12), Devin McIntire (MBA/MS Erb
'13), Justine Williams (UNC Anthropology)
Torch Hybrid A software service provider for marine hybrid-
electric powertrain development and energy management.
Justin D'Atri (MS Sustainable Systems '12), Nate Henschel (BA
Comm & Poli Sci '14), Matt Lankowski (MS Naval Architecture
& Manuf. '12), Sid Menon (MS Energy Systems '12), Sammit
Nene (BS EE '13), Swapna Potluri (MS EE '13)

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