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Doctoral Grants

2014

  • Matthieu Bellon, Department of Economics, Columbia University, for research titled “The Impact of Trade Liberalization on Labor Markets: A Dynamic Approach of Firm Behavior
  • Jaehyun Cho, Columbia Business School, for research titled “Revisiting Investor Rationality in Mutual Fund Flows”

2013

  • Ye Li, Columbia Business School, for research titled “Uncover the Relation Between Exchange Rate Dynamics and Stochastic Volatility in International Stock Returns”
  • Zhi Liu, Columbia Business School, for research titled “Acknowledgement of Cultural Differences and Support for Social, Organizational and Education Change: Urban-Rural Comparisons in China”

2012

  • Prabhat Barnwal, School of International and Public Affairs, for research on welfare policies and hidden risks in an emerging economy
  • Aaron Baum, School of International and Public Affairs, for research titled “Microfinance-Based Distribution System for Health Commodities: Project to Expand Access to Micronutrient Powders in Rural Haiti”
  • Xian Huang, political science department, Columbia University, for research titled “Political Economy of Health: Risk and Income Redistribution in China’s Social Health Insurance”
  • Andres Liberman, Columbia Business School, for research on the effects of loan renegotiation, with evidence from credit card data. Read the working paper.
  • Zhi Liu, Columbia Business School, for research titled “Exonerating Leaders from Unethical behaviors for the Good of the Organization: Particularism versus Universalism in East Asian and North American Cultures”
  • Nicole Ngo, School of International and Public Affairs, for research on Nairobi’s industrial sector and the role of air quality regulations

2011

  • Jia Guo, Columbia Business School, for research titled “What Drives the Chinese Art Market? The Case of Elegant Bribery.” Download the paper.
  • Claudius Hildebrand, Columbia Business School, for research on the cultural construction of choice

2010

  • Aurelia Mok, for research on “Antecedents and Effects of Dual Cultural Identities of Chinese Immigrants in Australia.” Download the paper.
  • JaeBin Ahn for research on “The Great Trade Collapse and Trade Finance Premium”

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Announcements

CBS students: Bid for upcoming Chazen travel during fall bidding starting July 16th. Classes include August block week in China and winter to Brazil, Chile, Cuba, and Tunisia.
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Video of the recent talk by Arun Jaitley, Finance Minister of India, at Columbia Business School, is now online.
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Have you checked out our new India Business Initiative? We've got news, commentaries and research.
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Congrats to Chazen Senior Scholar William Duggan on the publication of his new book “The 7th Sense.” Read an excerpt >