The Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI) is a university-based research center focused on strategy, management, and policy issues in telecommunications, computing, and electronic mass media.
Back From the Ashes? A Next Generation of ICT Regulations and Their Implications
CITI's 4th Annual Event on Digital Financial Services & Emerging Payments "Disruption, Development And Innovation In A Global Context"
The Impact of the Internet on Employment and How to Deal with the Losers?"
Save the Date: CITI State of Telecom
Save the Date: Media Ownership and Concentration Around the World
Columbia Institute for Tele-Information
New York, NY 10027
Phone: (212) 854-4222
Fax: (212) 854-1471
Henry Kravis ’69 is celebrating Columbia Business School’s Centennial anniversary and contributing to the School’s future by generously increasing his gift to $125 million, up from $100 million, to help fund the new Manhattanville Campus.Read More
Over 400 alumni and friends of the School gathered on Wednesday, September 16, to commemorate the School's Centennial, reflect on past achievements, and hear more about what's to come.Read More
Immersion Seminar opportunity allows students to discuss real-world challenges and strategy with top practitioners across a range of industries.Read More
As part of the School's Centennial celebration, alumni leaders offer predictions about the future in business and beyond.Read More
When official avenues of financing are blocked off, companies have little recourse but to turn to shadow lenders. This excerpt from a new Chazen Institute white paper explains why.Read More
While a student at Columbia Business School, Arnoldo Villafuerte ’72 learned about and came to believe in the strong impact of private investment not just on the economy but on the social fabric of a community.Read More
Both the Class of 2016 and the Class of 2017 — known collectively as the Centennial classes — plan to make the most of their time on campus during the School's landmark anniversary.Read More
How cultural differences between developed and emerging markets help – or hurt – the push for environmentally friendly policiesRead More
Nearly 40 years ago, alumni in the New York metropolitan area came together to build what would become a cornerstone of the Columbia Business School community: the first alumni club.Read More