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The "Chicago School" is perhaps one of the better known American "schools" of economics.
It was the Second Chicago School that is often accused of being the modern version of Manchester School liberalism (or, as some maintain, the more conservative tradition of American apologism).
For the longest time, Chicago was the only school in America not swept by the Keynesian Revolution (the presence of Lloyd A. Metzler for a brief period on the faculty was exceptional).
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 Chicago school (economics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Chicago school of economics is a school of thought favoring free-market economics practiced at and disseminated from the University of Chicago.
The school of thought is not the same as the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago, widely considered one of the world’s foremost economics departments, having fielded more Nobel Prize winners and John Bates Clark medalists in economics than any other university.
Chicago School theories lay behind much of the policies of the World Bank from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s, during which time large portions of the state-owned companies in many Third World countries were privatized.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chicago_school_(economics)   (438 words)

 Architecture: The First Chicago School
It is no mere accident that in the 1880s Chicago produced a group of architects, now known as the “First Chicago School,” whose work would have a profound effect upon architecture.
The early structures of the First Chicago School, such as the Montauk and the Auditorium, had traditional load-bearing walls of brick and stone, but it was the metal skeleton frame that allowed the architects of the First Chicago School to perfect their signature edifice, the skyscraper.
The eclipse of the First Chicago School by an architecture based upon the classical as interpreted by the École des Beaux-Arts was signaled by the World's Columbian Exposition held in Chicago in 1893.
www.encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org /pages/62.html   (1494 words)

 Commanding Heights : The Chicago School | on PBS
The Chicago School, as it became known, provided a substantial part of the foundation for the intellectual reformulation, both in the United States and around the world.
Through most of the 1950s, the Chicago School remained obscure and unfashionable, at least as far as the public was concerned.
The Chicago School was derided for being dogmatic, rigid, and reductionist.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/commandingheights/shared/minitextlo/ess_chicagoschool.html   (1946 words)

 University of Chicago: Department of Economics
The Chicago Workshop on Black-White Inequality, June 21st in Madison, Wisconsin: The third meeting of the Chicago Workshop on Black-White Inequality, sponsored by the Searle Freedom Trust, will form the fourth day of the Institute for Research on Poverty's Summer Research Workshop at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Friedman, the 1976 winner of the Nobel prize in economics, was arguably the greatest and most influential economist of the 20th century.
Together with other University of Chicago economists, including George Stigler, Friedman's cogent and persuasive views on the virtues of free markets spawned the so-called "Chicago School" of economics.
economics.uchicago.edu   (789 words)

 Chicago school (sociology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In sociology and, later, criminology, the Chicago School (sometimes described as the Ecological School) refers to the first major body of works emerging during the 1920s and 1930s specialising in urban sociology, and the research into the urban environment by combining theory and ethnographic fieldwork in Chicago, now applied elsewhere.
While involving scholars at several Chicago area universities, the term is often used interchangeably to refer to the University of Chicago's sociology department—one of the oldest and one of the most prestigious.
The Chicago School is a Positivist School, applying scientific techniques to the collection and deductive analysis of data to explain different types of individual and social phenomena.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chicago_school_(sociology)   (2449 words)

 Institute for Justice: School Choice Cases: Chicago School Choice
For low-income youngsters in the worst schools within these districts, the odds of dropping out, winding up on public assistance, or being victimized by (or arrested for) serious crimes are far higher than the odds of graduating and going on to college or a productive livelihood.
In the same neighborhoods in which the public schools are failing so miserably, community private schools provide superior educational opportunities to low-income children in safe and wholesome environments, usually for a portion of the cost of public schools.
But all private school choice proposals are vigorously opposed by the education establishment and its allies, with massive special interest resources at their disposal.
www.ij.org /schoolchoice/chicago/backgrounder.html   (2710 words)

 cbs2chicago.com - Gov.'s Ad Shoot At Chicago School 'Probably Wrong'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Chicago Public Schools spokesman Peter Cunningham said that while the policy doesn't specifically ban political ads from being filmed at public schools, "it's probably wrong to do," according to a story on the Chicago Tribune's web site Thursday night.
TomDas Revollo, principal of the elementary school where the ads were filmed, did not return a phone call from the Tribune seeking comment about the ethics policy and whether he had been contacted by school district officials.
The ethics policy was adopted by the Chicago school board in June 2004 and states that: "Employees shall not intentionally misappropriate any board property or resources by engaging in any prohibited political activity for the benefit of any campaign for elective office or any political organization."
cbs2chicago.com /topstories/local_story_118091909.html   (345 words)

 Prospective Students: Perspective Sections: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
The Chicago School is located directly on the Chicago River just blocks away from museums, Lake Michigan, and the Magnificent Mile.
The Chicago School has been recognized for significant contributions in the area of diversity by the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology.
Chicago School faculty members are highly experienced practitioners in their fields.
www.thechicagoschool.edu /content.cfm/prospective_students   (507 words)

 Introduction to Chicago School
Whereas its counterpart, the Austrian School, is widely dismissed as crank science, the Chicago School has achieved considerable clout in the field.
Neoclassical School: This school of thought has been an attempt to restore credibility to the laissez-faire policies of the classical school, by rebutting the schools that overtook it: Keynesianism, institutionalism and Marxism.
The Chicago School's emphasis has been on mathematical models based on perfect starting assumptions, such as the assumption that people have perfect knowledge and are perfectly rational.
www.huppi.com /kangaroo/L-chiintro.htm   (2034 words)

 The Chicago School
Ayres (Ph.D. Chicago 1917, professor of economics at Chicago and University of Texas), Jacob R.
Thomas and Robert Park, who with Mead, Faris, and Blumer could be loosely identified as the "Chicago School of Sociology," shared some common outlooks on the nature and purpose of sociology.
The "Chicago School of Theology" was another manifestation of the enormous influence of James and Dewey.
www.pragmatism.org /genealogy/chicago.htm   (608 words)

 Chicago Botanic Garden - 26 Gardens - Welcome to School Gardening   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Chicago School Garden Initiative has developed a process and set of practices that can support the good work and creative thinking of thousands of school garden advocates throughout the country.
While the means to providing assistance has changed over the years, the Chicago Botanic Garden maintains a strong commitment to gardening with schools because of a belief that a school garden is an important platform for active, interdisciplinary student learning.
Teacher training is integral to the school garden becoming part of the school’s culture, and attendance at several teacher workshops is recommended as a supplement to the garden planning process.
www.chicagobotanic.org /schoolgarden/why_garden.html   (654 words)

 Chicago in 1900 Architecture
Chicago’s Loop of 1900 was a wondrous place for fans of architecture.
Jens Jensen, Chicago’s most famous landscape architect, was also practicing his magic in the parks at the time.
Large public buildings such as churches, schools, firehouses, and police stations were common in the outlying areas, and many of those buildings used in 1900 are still in use today.
www.chipublib.org /004chicago/1900/arch.html   (757 words)

 The Chicago School of Media Theory > Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Chicago School of Media Theory has been awarded an ATI (Provost's Program for Academic Information Technology) Grant for the development of the Media HyperAtlas, a virtual media taxonomy.
The conference is sponsored by the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on German Literature and Culture at the University of Chicago.
The event is being sponsored by media r/evolutions, a new multidisciplinary collaborative of faculty and graduate students, mostly from the New Media, Technology and Society Ph.D. program in the School of Communications at Northwestern University.
www.chicagoschoolmediatheory.net /home.htm   (1206 words)

 Cortiva Institute, Massage School Chicago, Chicago School of Massage Therapy, Massage Therapy Schools in Chicago, ...
Cortiva Institute – Chicago School of Massage Therapy ("Cortiva") is devoted to raising the standards of massage therapy education.
Cortiva Institute's massage therapy schools are a leading provider of education for aspiring students and professionals looking to enter the world of massage therapy or improve their massage therapy training.
With massage schools across the United States, and dedicated instructors teaching the innovative techniques and approaches in massage and bodywork, Cortiva Institute offers a comprehensive post-secondary education in massage.
www.cortiva.com /chicago-massage-schools/chicago-massage-schools.html   (753 words)

 Chicago School of Television
He convincingly argues that Chicago's creative approach to television was a continuation of the city's innovative approach to radio).
Jules Herbuveaux, charged with putting NBC's Chicago owned-and-operated station on the air, was the first general manager of WNBQ (the predecessor call-letters of today's WMAQ-TV).
The 'Chicago School' as described in a Time article of September 11th, 1950 (with special emphasis on the Garroway at Large show).
www.richsamuels.com /nbcmm/chschool.html   (498 words)

 cbs2chicago.com - Chicago School Shooting Leaves 3 Wounded
(CBS) CHICAGO Three high school students were shot Tuesday morning on a street near their school, and one was in critical condition, officials said.
The second victim had graze wounds to the head and neck and the third victim was shot in the leg.
A woman who answered the telephone at Schurz but declined to give her name said the school was open and the shootings took place near a convenience store across the street.
cbs2chicago.com /national/topstories_story_031111332.html   (310 words)

 CATALYST CHICAGO :: Independent Reporting on Urban Schools
A mix of incentives and transparency is at the heart of a turnaround effort at Hearst, a low-income, predominantly African-American school that has languished on probation.
In a fairer, more ideal world, when you got to school, you’d be in a sanctuary where, at least for the day, you could escape the troubles of the community, broaden your horizons and prepare for a better future.
New all-boy schools finally get principals Catalyst Cleveland—With about three weeks to go before the scheduled opening of four new single-gender academies, Cleveland schools CEO Eugene Sanders introduced the schools’ principals.
www.catalyst-chicago.org   (362 words)

 The Chicago School
The rest of the world has made merry over the Chicago man's legendary saying that 'Chicago hasn't had time: to get round to culture yet, but when she does strike her, she'll make her hum.' Already the prophecy is fulfilling itself in a dazzling manner.
-- a school of thought which, it is safe to predict, will figure in literature as the School of Chicago for twenty-five years to come.
There are two great gaps in the system, which none of the Chicago writers have done anything to fill, and until they are filled, the system, as a system, will appear defective.
www.des.emory.edu /mfp/jachicago.html   (1478 words)

 Chicago School of Professional Psychology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is an independent, non-profit graduate school that provides outstanding education in a student-centered environment.
The Chicago School is also an active member of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology, which has recognized the school for its distinguished service and outstanding contribution to cultural diversity.
Earning a PsyD at The Chicago School is a culmination of extensive classroom and practical training, as well as successful completion of a dissertation and clinical internship.
www.black-collegian.com /graduateschool/profiles/chicago-spp.shtml   (549 words)

 Chicago "Old School" Graffiti
This is a place for the ol' skool (and the middle school) Chi-town graf artists to come check out some cool pictures of old (and some new) pieces, throw-ups, tags and newspaper articles.
That's when grafitti became an art form in Chicago (graffiti was around in Chicago as early as the late '70's, it just wasn't well-known until around '84).
There are also sections with the names of old school and middle school artists and their crews, so new graf headz can come and see if a name is already taken (no biting!).
groups.msn.com /ChicagoOldSchoolGraffiti   (190 words)

 About Chicago GSB - University of Chicago Graduate School of Business
As part of the world-renowned University of Chicago, we share the university’s core values that shape our distinctive intellectual culture.
Read about how Nobel winners have shaped a "Chicago School of Economics" known around the world.
Chicago GSB was the first business school to publish a scholarly journal, The Journal of Business, which debuted in 1928.
gsb.uchicago.edu /about   (318 words)

 The Chicago School of Media Theory > Home (2003)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
We are proud to announce the addition of Bill Brown (George M. Pullman Professor, Department of English and Committee on the History of Culture, University of Chicago), Joel Snyder (Professor of Art History, University of Chicago), and Hans Belting (Mary Jane Crowe Professor of Art History, Northwestern University), as faculty advisors to CSMT.
In support of the Hypercube Media Theory Taxonomy Model, members of the Chicago School of Media Theory are working on a grant application for the Provost's Program for Academic Technology Innovation.
To get information about Version 2.04 of the Chicago School of Media Theory, please attend the first lecture of W. Mitchell's Theories of Media course, which will meet Monday, January 5 in Cobb 307 (Film Studies Center).
www.chicagoschoolmediatheory.net /home2003.htm   (1046 words)

 Chicago Botanic Garden - 26 Gardens - Welcome to the School of The Chicago Botanic Garden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Chicago School Garden Initiative is a model of cooperation among the Chicago Botanic Garden, the Chicago Park District, the Chicago Public Schools, the City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development, and the Garfield Park Conservatory Alliance.
The Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia is riddled with urban decay.
Chicago has worked to establish a unique partnership among city government, the park district, the public schools and greening not-for-profits that builds on the strengths of all the partnership organizations.
www.chicagobotanic.org /continuinged/schoolgarden.html   (5724 words)

 Chicago Public Schools
For the next two weeks, Chicago public schools students, teachers and principals will be exploring and experiencing science in a myriad of ways.
Through Chicago Science in the City—which kicked off Oct. 2 and runs through Oct. 13—local museums, universities, laboratories, businesses, parks and schools across the city will feature science discussions, films, exhibits, hands-on activities, demonstrations and workshops to highlight the importance of science in daily life and emphasize the strong ties between science and education.
It is the policy of the Board of Education of the City of Chicago not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or sex.
cps.k12.il.us   (677 words)

 TheChicagoSchool: Graduate Psychology Degrees: Business, Clinical, Counseling & Forensic Psychology
School Psychology Program Ed.S. Our School Psychology graduate program offers students the opportunity to become part of an increasingly desired profession.
Alumni of our School Psychology graduate program work with students, teachers, administrators, and parents to overcome difficulties in learning and/or personal development issues.
EVENT The Chicago School invites the public to celebrate its 21st anniversary of community art...
thechicagoschool.edu   (735 words)

 Chicago Mosaic School - home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Chicago Mosaic School is proud to announce that Maggy Howarth will be coming to CMS in November to teach her pebble workshop.
The Chicago Mosaic School is the first American Mosaic Art school of its kind.
This school was founded to fill the void in education in Mosaic Arts and inspire and encourage an appreciation for this ancient art form.
www.chicagomosaicschool.com   (410 words)

 Cortiva Institute - Chicago School of Massage Therapy - Massage School Chicago, Massage Therapy Schools in Chicago, ...
For many prospective students, deciding on the right school is a difficult decision.
Graduate Advisory Committee (GAC) is a group of Cortiva - Chicago School of Massage Therapy graduates which meets twice a year to discuss the field of massage therapy and how their experience at Cortiva - Chicago School of Massage Therapy has affected their careers as massage therapists.
GAC is a great way to stay connected and network with other Cortiva - Chicago School of Massage Therapy alumni.
www.csmt.com   (335 words)

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