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Faculty and Staff

Faculty members connected to the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics actively promote leadership and ethics activities at Columbia Business School, both inside and outside the classroom. Through the MBA curriculum and special events, faculty are engaged in teaching, providing practical experience and conducting research to ensure that leadership and ethics issues are an integral aspect of training the next generation of global business leaders.

Bernstein Faculty Leaders

Bruce Kogut, Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Professor of Leadership and Ethics, and director of the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics

Eric Abrahamson, Hughie E. Mills Professor of Business

Ray Fisman, Lambert Family Professor of Social Enterprise

Paul Glasserman, Jack R. Anderson Professor of Business

Geoffrey Heal, Paul Garrett Professor of Public Policy and Business Responsibility

Ray Horton, Frank R. Lautenberg Professor of Ethics and Corporate Governance

Todd Jick, Professor of Professional Practice and The Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Ethics Fellow

Michael Keehner, Adjunct Professor of Finance and Economics

Katherine Phillips, Paul Calello Professor of Leadership and Ethics

David Ross, Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Associate Professor of Leadership and Ethics

Associated Faculty

Meyer Feldberg ’65, professor and dean emeritus of Columbia Business School.

 

2014 Klion Forum

When: April 15th, 2014 6:00 PM-8:00 PM
Where: 3022 Broadway
Calder Lounge, Uris Hall (1st Floor)
New York, NY 10027

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Join Ms. Denise Morrison, CEO of Campbell Soup, and Ms. Ellen Kaden, chief legal and government affairs officer of Campbell Soup, for a fireside chat moderated by Professor Bruce Kogut on board governance and maintaining high ethical principles in a competitive market.

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Featured Video

Watch the trailer for our interactive debate entitled “Financial Innovation: A Risky Business?”

Featured Research

The Small Worlds of Corporate Governance
Identifies "structural breaks" — privatization, for example, or globalization — and assesses why powerful actors across countries behave similarly or differently in terms of network properties and corporate governance.

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Program Brochure

View the Bernstein Center brochure, Ethical Challenges in Business

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