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image: Class Notes headlineMatthew J. Abergel, AM'94, Work Your Stars! Using Astrology to Navigate Your Career Path, Shine on the Job, and Guide Your Business Decisions (Simon and Schuster). Using astrology, Abergel shows how different personalities can reach top potential and collaborate effectively.

Paul W. Glewwe, AB'79, The Economics of School Quality Investments in Developing Countries: An Empirical Study of Ghana (St. Martin's Press). Focusing on primary and secondary schools in developing countries, Glewwe demonstrates how to calculate rates of return to government investments in school quality, using data from Ghana as an example.

Robert A. Korajczyk, AB'76, MBA'77, PhD'83, editor, Asset Pricing and Portfolio Performance: Models, Strategy, and Performance Metrics (Risk Publications). This collection of articles presents early theoretical models as well as the latest developments in capital-asset pricing models (CAPM) and arbitrage pricing theory (APT) to measure portfolio risk.

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