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Citigroup Leader Shares Post-Crisis Lessons
Ethics and Leadership News | October 01, 2013
Televised Business School Seminar Engages Debate Over Financial Crisis and Regulation
Ethics and Leadership News | January 30, 2013
Last fall a panel of high-powered finance experts??including bank executives, regulators, politicians, journalists and a Nobel laureate in economics??assembled at Columbia??s Miller Theatre to participate in a panel titled ??Financial Innovation: A Risky Business??
Governance, Executive Compensation, and Excessive Risk: A Research Report
Ethics and Leadership News | December 15, 2010
The Sanford C. Bernstein Center, in conjunction with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, has produced a research report on Governance, Executive Compensation, and Excessive Risk in the Financial Services Industry, which addresses the latest academic research and industry best practices on corporate governance and compensation in the financial industry as well as the latest proposals for reform and regulation of these practices.
Report Released on the Impact and Implications of Quantitative Models and Financial Innovations
Ethics and Leadership News | May 19, 2010
Read the report on "The Quantitative Revolution and the Crisis: How Quantitative Financial Models Have Been Used and Misused."
Ripped from the Headlines: The Law & Order of Electives
Ethics and Leadership News | April 20, 2006
By Amina Runyan-Shefa '06, Bottom Line.
How High the Firewall? Separating Investment Banking from Research
Ethics and Leadership News | February 15, 2005
Glenn Hubbard, dean and Russell L. Carson Professor of Finance and Economics, leads discussion with new MBA students.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Too Little, Too Far, or Just Enough?
Ethics and Leadership News | September 17, 2004
Commissioners Paul Atkins and Harvey Goldschmid of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) join Dean Hubbard in a panel discussion.
With rapidly changing consumer tastes, many food companies are looking to expand their markets at home and overseas. How does an iconic American company stay relevant?
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.