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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.Read More
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.Read More
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The director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University explains why it’s in financiers’ own best interest to combat climate change.Read More
Now accepting applications for the Laidlaw Chazen Travel Fund, a stipend for CBS students participating in 2015-16 Chazen Institute travel programs.
Tonight at 6 p.m.! “China-US Relations: An Unsustainable Codependency” with Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow, Jackson Institute of Global Affairs at Yale University. Walk-ins welcome, space permitting.
See Joseph E. Stiglitz and Bruce Greenwald in a Q&A on their new book, “Creating a Learning Society” winner of the 2015 Eccles Prize for Economic Writing. May 13, 6 p.m.