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Advisory Board

Bruce Greenwald
Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Asset Management & Finance
Director of The Heilbrunn Center for Graham & Dodd Investing

 

Eric Johnson
Norman Eig Professor of Business

 

Jonathan Knee
Professor of Professional Practice
Co-Director of the Media and Technology Program

 

Eli Noam
Paul Garrett Professor of Public Policy and Business Responsibility
Director of Columbia Institute for Tele-Information

 

Michael Riordan
Laurans A. and Arlene Mendleson Professor of Economics

 

Miklos Sarvary
Carson Family Professor of Business
Faculty Director of the Media and Technology Program

Affiliated Faculty

Ira Deutchman
Professor and Chair, Film Program,
Columbia University Film School

 

Sylvia Nasar
John S. and James L. Knight Professor of Business Journalism, Columbia Journalism School

 

James Schamus
Professor,
Columbia University Film School

 

James Stewart
Bloomberg Professor of Business Journalism,
Columbia Journalism School

 

Sudhir Venkatesh
Williams B. Ransford Professor of Sociology,
Columbia University

 

Tim Wu
Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law,
Columbia Law School

 

Featured Media

The Impact of Media Consumption on Television

Watch leading executives from Vimeo, BBC Worldwide North America, Machinima, and Evercore Partners discuss the impact of media consumption on the future of television content, delivery, and monetization at Columbia Business School's BRITE '15 conference.

NYC Media Seminars

Linking economists working on media topics in the greater New York area by providing a regular forum for discussion.

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NYT Book Entry

Read Knee's latest Book Entry on DealB%k:

John LeFevre’s Memoir of Banking Debauchery Elicits Mostly Yawns
It turned out that John LeFevre was not only never a Goldman Sachs employee, he didn’t work at any investment bank...

Miklos on Media

Read Sarvary's latest post:

Blocking ads
Ad blocking can become a real problem for the media industry. Ironically, I don't think it'll really affect the big advertisers...