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Accounting professors consistently rank among the best teachers at Columbia Business School. In addition to delivering one of the highest-rated core courses in the MBA and EMBA programs, the Accounting Division offers many highly sought-after elective courses in such areas as valuation, management control systems, taxation, and financial statement analysis.
The division's research and teaching typically involve the development and analysis of quantitative models of business problems. These models are used to support decision-making, to measure and manage risks, and to enhance understanding of business practices. The division is also active in advancing underlying methodologies.
Finance and Economics is our largest division in terms of course offerings, and students benefit from both an expert faculty and access to the many distinguished Wall Street practitioners we count among our alumni.
The research skills and rich management experiences of the faculty combine to give the division a leading teaching role in the School’s degree programs. In the MBA and EMBA programs, members of the management faculty teach many of the most sought-after elective courses on topics such as top management processes, decision making, and negotiation.
Located in New York City, we are surrounded by the latest innovations from leading marketing practitioners as well as the cutting-edge research conducted by our world-renowned faculty. Columbia’s Marketing Program develops creative and analytical marketers armed with the skills, network, and experience to succeed. Columbia Business School is where marketing happens.
Anchored in psychology, organizational sociology, and economics, the Competitive Strategy CDA involves the participation of faculty members in operations, finance, marketing, and other functional areas who are interested in the study of the integrated strategy of a firm.
More than just formal haggling across a table, a negotiation unfolds each time parties come together to solve problems or allocate resources and responsibilities. The Decision Making and Negotiations area is at the heart of how Columbia is fostering these connections.
Columbia Ideas at Work
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To Anchor a Negotiation, Two Points May Be Better Than One
Opening ranges offer negotiators unexpected benefits both in relationships and final settlementsRead More
The High Cost of Climate Uncertainty
Using nearly a century and a half of stock market data, researchers consider individual tolerance for risk to put a more accurate price on carbon and stave off the worst effects of climate change.Read More
Up in Smoke
As countries around the world roll out climate change policies, carbon divestment moves from moral high ground to financial imperative.Read More
How Not to Issue an Ebola Quarantine
The nurse in the Ebola quarantine flap is a reminder that it hurts when decisions go against us, but it hurts a lot more when you feel you’ve also been disrespected in the process.Read More
Printing Money, But Not Pumping It into the Economy
A new look at the money multiplier sheds light on bank behavior in the wake of the recession.Read More
Want Your Innovation Contest to Work?
New research explores the ideal contest design for spurring innovation.Read More
Is Your Team Too Talented?
Too much talent — on the court or in the office — can drive down team performance, new research shows.Read More
Want to Grow Your Retirement Savings? Then Forget About It.
New research shows that the less frequently investors check their portfolios, the better off they are.Read More