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Decision Science News is a Web site about the decision sciences including but not limited to psychology, economics, business, medicine and law. It was created and is maintained by Dan Goldstein, a former post-doc at the center.

Judgment and Decison Making is the online journal of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making.

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The Society for Judgment and Decision Making is an interdisciplinary academic organization dedicated to the study of normative, descriptive and prescriptive theories of decision. Its members include psychologists, economists, organizational researchers, decision analysts and other decision researchers. The society’s primary event is its annual meeting at which members present their research.

The Decision Analysis Society is an international organization that welcomes practitioners, educators and researchers from all disciplines who have common interests in the modeling and improvement of decision making.

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The Art of Indecision, a BBC radio program on decision making featuring center director Elke Weber and Columbia faculty member Sheena Iyengar, among others. Listen to:

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Katherine Phillips Named Senior Vice Dean

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Event Connects Endowed Professors, Alumni

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Columbia Business School Community Gives Back to Local Community Through Inaugural Day of Impact

Students, faculty, and staff showcase their passion for making a difference outside the classroom through ten community service projects throughout New York City

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One Europe, One Banking System

Could it happen? What are the benefits and obstacles? Two prominent Euro economists go head-to-head.

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