I would like to express how honored I am that Don Phillips wrote my
Foreword. As Morningstar managing director, Don is one of the most
influential individuals in the industry; both Wall Street and investors
around the globe have benefited from his leadership and innovations.
The Scientific Contest held for the second time this year has allowed 100
excellent young scientist of under 34 years to be supported by the Society to
join us in Florence, by providing free registration and accomodation.
The contest has been extremely tight, and although the scientific committee
could select only 100 winners, the scientific level was so high that ISGE
decided to support anyway those who did not get through, by providing a
reduced registration rate to the congress. This is the first of a series of moves
to help the young and the brightest to contribute to...
Any book appearing in the midst of a severe recession discussing the use of sports
and culture to rebuild cities might seem to be either irrelevant or insensitive. Some
could consider it irrelevant because its focus seemingly ignores the quintessential
issue of our day: “How does America restart its economy?” Other people might
consider the book insensitive in that it analyzes sports, culture, and entertainment—
what some might consider frivolous luxuries—at a time when millions of
people have lost their jobs and homes.
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Forwarding of Winners
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Cover photographs: (Top): Richard Feynman, Nobel prize winner in physics, lecturing on quantum mechanics (courtesy of the Archives, California Institute of Technology, photo 1.10-118). In this photo, Feynman demonstrates the value of communicating with gestures. Gestures and other aspects of delivery are discussed in Chapter 5. (Bottom left): Lightning demonstration at the Deutsches Museum in Munich, Germany (courtesy of the Deutsches Museum).