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Who Rules the World, and How?
Off The Shelf | May 31, 2012
In a new book, Bruce Kogut discusses how network science reveals the small worlds and clubs behind the exercise of corporate governance.
Valuing Insurance Firms
Feature | March 30, 2012
New research shows which relative valuation models are best applied to insurance companies.
Trade and Credit
Feature | December 28, 2011
A lagging consumer appetite, not a tight market for lending, is the main cause of the plunge in exports during the global recession.
The Value of an Invisible Guarantee
Feature | October 31, 2011
Better, more accurate disclosure of securitization transactions may help to reduce uncertainty about the value of financial institutions.
Can the Euro Be Saved?
Viewpoints | October 31, 2011
Only radical action can solve Europe's sovereign debt crisis.
Wait and See, at a Cost
Feature | July 22, 2011
New research shows that investors may lose out on potential returns by waiting too long to capitalize on new opportunities, seeking assurance in others' taking the first risk.
Research Brief | June 24, 2011
Hedge investment risk in momentum strategies by anticipating periodic momentum crashes.
Feature | May 25, 2011
Investors can mine news stories to capture and capitalize on information that standard financial analysis overlooks.
Untangling Skill and Luck
Off The Shelf | May 25, 2011
Michael Mauboussin explains how to improve decision making — and outcomes — by understanding how both contribute to our most important undertakings.
Have You Read Columbia Business?
Columbia Business School’s alumni magazine connects alumni with each other and the School; celebrates alumni milestones and accomplishments; and chronicles the impact of Columbia Business School alumni, faculty members, and students on the global business landscape.