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Business Economics and Public Policy
A Macroeconomics Vacation
Q&A | June 04, 2014
When disappointing snow in Tahoe discouraged their plans for a ski trip, three alumni — self-described “econ junkies”— jumped at the opportunity to go back to school.
A Better Fit
Q&A | September 14, 2012
It’s time to pull the work-life debate into the 21st century, says Cali Williams Yost ’95.
A Better Big Apple
Feature | June 13, 2012
Through a new Master Class — a unique partnership between the School, city agencies, and the private sector — students are working to improve one of the most complex entities in the world: New York City.
Topics: Accounting, Business Economics and Public Policy, Corporate Finance, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Marketing, Media and Technology, Operations, Real Estate, Risk Management, Social Enterprise, Strategy | Read Article
Japan’s Economy: Hope After Disaster
Q&A | November 01, 2011
Professor Hugh Patrick says that Japan’s economy will grow even faster than expected next year.
Pan-European Reunion 2011: Media Mentions
News | October 19, 2011
Nearly 600 alumni and guests attended the School’s eighth Pan-European Reunion in London last weekend. See some of the media coverage faculty received during the landmark event.
EMBA-Global: Celebrating 10 Years
Feature | July 22, 2011
Watch a video honoring the 10-year anniversary of EMBA-Global, the first Executive MBA program to combine the expertise of two leading business schools — Columbia Business School and London Business School — in an equal partnership.
Global Economic Leader
Spotlight | July 12, 2010
In 2009, Umayya Toukan, PhD ’87, was named “Central Bank Governor of the Year” for the Middle East by The Banker magazine.
Remembering John C. Burton ’56, PhD ’62
News | May 25, 2010
The former dean of the School, who died on May 16, was a member of the Accounting Hall of Fame and an advocate for full transparency in financial reporting.
Life After the Crisis: Learning for the Era of Reform
Feature | February 15, 2010
Faculty members brought lessons from the financial crisis to the classroom in real time, underscoring the value of a series of changes already under way in the School’s curriculum.
The Hong Kong Exchange: A Small Player in China’s Great Economic Reform
News | October 15, 2009
Lawrence Fok ’76, executive vice president of the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited, detailed the impact of the exchange on China’s economic growth at the Chazen Institute’s Sir Gordon Wu Distinguished Speaker Forum.
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Attendance at Reunion 2015 Sets New Record
A record-breaking 2,500 alumni, guests, faculty and staff members, and students attended this year’s Reunion Weekend, which took place
April 17–19. This tops last year’s gathering of 2,400 attendees.