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Banking Research Center

 Organization

Established in 1969 by Northwestern University's Graduate School of Management and eleven Chicago-based banks, the Banking Research Center has functioned since then to: promote research on banking and related issues, foster interest in banking on the part of University students, and establish and maintain a dialogue between scholars and the banking community.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management Banking Research Center Cases in Bank Management

 Collection
Identifier: 12/7/2
Abstract The Banking Research Center was established in 1969 by Northwestern University's Graduate School of Management and eleven Chicago-based banks to establish a dialogue between scholars and the banking community. The records in this series fill one box and are comprised of Bank Management cases produced by the Center.

J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management Banking Research Center Working Papers and Reprints

 Collection
Identifier: 12/7/1
Abstract This series includes both working papers and reprints produced by the Banking Research Center, which was established in 1969 by Northwestern University's Graduate School of Management and eleven Chicago-based banks to establish and maintain a dialogue between scholars and the banking community. Working papers are intermediate research products that are circulated to promote professional discussion and criticism. Also included are notes and correspondence relating to the working papers as well...