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100 Years of Innovation
As we celebrate Columbia Business School’s Centennial, we honor its innovators, past and present, and look toward the big ideas that will leave their mark on the next 100 years.
The Tenacious Optimist
For 50 years Joseph Stiglitz has fought tirelessly against economic orthodoxy in pursuit of sustainable, equitable growth for all. After a half century of successes and setbacks, one thing is clear: he's not done yet.
Study Shows that Consumers are Willing to Share Personal Data if the Benefits - and Brand - Are Right
New research from Columbia Business School and Aimia shines light on how marketers should invest in building brand value before soliciting dataRead More
Going the Distance
Skills mastered through endurance sports fuel success in business, says marathoner and serial entrepreneur Joshua Spodek ’06.Read More
School Honors Joseph Stiglitz With Special Colloquium
This fall, beloved Professor Joseph Stiglitz officially ushered in his 50th year of teaching, including more than a decade at Columbia.
How to Pay for Old Age in China
China’s demographics will soon bleed its pension system dry. Zhigang Yuan of Fudan University offered up some answers at the recent N.T. Wang Distinguished Speaker Forum.Read More
Opportunities — and Hazards — for China Insiders and Outsiders
Finance and the economy are intertwined in China, said Weihua Ma, former CEO of China Merchants Bank at a recent sold-out event sponsored by the Chazen Institute. Banks, meanwhile, are at a critical juncture.
Fast Forward: Warren Buffett '51
As part of the School's Centennial celebration, alumni leaders offer predictions about the future in business and beyond.
Presidential Candidates Should Consider Mimicking Opponents
New research from Columbia Business School shows how matching linguistic styles can positively influence poll resultsRead More