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The Chazen Institute supports, sponsors, and promotes thought leadership and frontier research on issues of significance to the global economy and business, and serves as the focal point for international programs and initiatives at Columbia Business School.

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The Chazen Institute draws on the expertise of world-class faculty members and business leaders to help shape the thinking and discourse on major global business issues. It sponsors and provides support for major research with significant cross-border implications.

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The Chazen Institute sponsors a robust schedule of speakers and panels, including the Sir Gordon Wu Distinguished Speak Forum, which focuses on China’s economy and business practices, and the Nand and Jeet Khemka Distinguished Speaker Forum, which offers perspectives on India.

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Chazen Global Insights

Asia’s Multilateralism

The United States should welcome the creation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank — but it doesn’t, says Joseph E. Stiglitz.

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Asia’s Growth Engine Purrs

Shang-Jin Wei, a Columbia Business School professor and currently chief economist for the Asian Development Bank, outlines three drivers that will propel Asia’s growth.

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Is China Buying America?

Chinese investment in the United States is an unstoppable trend, say panelists at a recent Columbia Business School Asian Alumni event

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Innovation, India-Style

R. Gopalakrishnan of Tata Sons offers a surprising take on what’s truly new.

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A Fair Hearing for Sovereign Debt

Market-based solutions to sovereign-debt crises have a high potential for chaos. A prime example: Argentina’s default.

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3 Steps to Board Membership

A board position brings prestige, influence, and power. Speakers at a recent Columbia Business School alumni event offered tips on getting a seat at the table.

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Hello, Financial Sector? Earth Is Calling.

The director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University explains why it’s in financiers’ own best interest to combat climate change.

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The Surprising Secret of Successful Negotiation

Forget what you thought you knew. Letting the other party make the first offer doesn't always pay.

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A Greek Morality Tale

Austerity has failed repeatedly. And yet, when Greece got into trouble, it was tried again.

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Announcements

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Interested in organizing a Chazen study tour? Application deadline is Monday April 20 at 5:00 p.m.
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CBS students: Interested in the fall 2015 Global Immersion Program to Patagonia? Hear from students who participated in this year's program at an info session Tues., April 28, 12:30 p.m., Uris 331.

Register now for a special event ion April 23 in Mumbai: “Why Your Strategy Needs to Keep Moving” with Columbia Business School professor Rita McGrath
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Now accepting applications for the Laidlaw Chazen Travel Fund, a stipend for CBS students participating in 2015-16 Chazen Institute travel programs.
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In the News

April 14, 2015

Jan Švejnar wins IZA Prize in Labor Economics
Chazen Senior Scholar Jan Švejnar wins the 2105 IZA prize in labor economics for his work on issues in labor, development, and the transition from socialist to market economies.
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April 2, 2015

India’s growth could outstrip China’s
Former Chazen director Shang-Jin Wei outlines China’s future growth in this feature article in China Daily
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March 23, 2015

Dollar’s Rise No Reason to Rethink Basic Fed Objectives
It may not actually be bad news that the dollar is strengthening, says Chazen Senior Scholar Emi Nakamura in an op-ed for The New York Times
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March 2, 2015

Is Global Reflation Pushing Equities Higher?
Charles W. Calomiris, a Chazen Senior Scholar, discusses investment strategy and the outlook for the global economy on Bloomberg Television.
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February 18, 2015

A Muddle of Mixed Messages from the Fed
Charles W. Calomiris analyzes the latest signals from the US Federal Reserve in an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal (subscription required).
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February 6, 2015

Disposing of Ill-Gotten Gains
When a company makes money illegally, should the proceeds be given to charity? John C. Coffee, a Chazen Senior Scholar, weighs in for The New York Times.
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January 29. 2015

The Ultimate Field Trip for a Columbia Business School Student
Linda Chew '15 details her experience on a Chazen Study Tour to South Africa for The Globe and Mail
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January 22, 2015

The Next Energy Revolution
Elke Weber, a Chazen Senior Scholar, tells the Washington Post why the next big change in energy won’s be wind or solar — it will be in our brains
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January 9, 2015

Greece’s Next Crisis
Charles W. Calomiris, a Chazen Senior Scholar, traces the effects of reversing reforms just as they begin, in his op-ed for The Boston Globe
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December 17, 2014

US Companies Consider the Possibilities of Cuban Trade
Chazen Senior Scholar Stephan Meier mentions Chazen Study Tours in this Wall Street Journal article (subscription required).
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December 15, 2014

What’s Old Is New: Deposit Insurance in China
On the deposit insurance front, it’s questionable how much China can learn from an early guarantee program as it prepares to roll out its plan next year to safeguarding bank accounts up to 500,000 yuan ($81,000), said Charles Calomiris, a Chazen Senior Scholar and Columbia Business School professor
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October 13, 2014

4 Money Moves to Outsmart Your Brain
The research of Chazen Senior Scholar Sheena Iyengar is featured on Fortune.com
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September 21, 2014

Panagariya on Modi’s Next Moves
Coverage of Chazen Senior Scholar Arvind Panagariya’s comments at a Chazen event on the new Modi administration are covered in the Economic Times of India
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September 16, 2014

Is Globalization in Retreat?
Chazen Senior Scholar Jan Svejnar is quoted in this New York Times article
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August 11, 2014

“Fragile by Design” nominated for FT honor
Chazen Senior Scholar Charles Calomiris’ book is one of 16 finalists for the Financial Times Business Book of the Year
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