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Wei Jiang Named Director of Chazen Institute
School News | July 11, 2014
Wei Jiang, the Arthur F. Burns Professor of Free and Competitive Enterprise in the Finance and Economics Division, has been appointed Director of the School’s Jerome A. Chazen Institute of International Business.
Are You Seen as a Jerk at Work? A New Study Reveals That Many People Are Oblivious to How They Come across to Counterparts and Colleagues
Press Release | June 30, 2014
Columbia Business School research highlights the disconnect between peoples’ own views and their counterparts’ views of their assertiveness—and the impact it can have on negotiations
New Insights on the Factors That Intensified the 2008 Financial Crisis
Press Release | June 30, 2014
Columbia Business School study says analysts’ concerns about fair value accounting clouded the already murky waters, fueling the crisis
Columbia Business School Entrepreneurs Enter the Shark Tank
School News | June 16, 2014
The Simple Mathematical Law That Financial Fraudsters Can't Beat
Media Mentions | May 30, 2014 | Forbes
Prof. Dan Amiram’s research shows that public companies whose financial statements are significantly out of compliance with Benford’s Law are more likely to be caught by the SEC for accounting irregularities.
One of World’s Top Wealth Funds Urged to Adopt Style of Investing Pioneered by Canadian Pension
Media Mentions | May 30, 2014 | Financial Post
Research by Prof. Andrew Ang advises the Norwegian government’s global sovereign wealth fund to take more risk in investing and to adopt the “opportunity cost model” pioneered by the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.
Why We Enjoy Chili Peppers, S&M, Gruesome Movies, and Other Unpleasant Experiences
Media Mentions | May 30, 2014 | New York Magazine
Prof. Ran Kivetz’s research shows that people often choose unusual activities over pleasurable ones in order to expand their “experiential CV” and thus feel more productive.
Apple's Beats Buy Is Two-Sided for Music Streaming
Media Mentions | May 29, 2014 | Associated Press (via NPR)
Prof. Moshe Cohen says that Apple’s major advantage over its competitors is the skill with which it bundles software with hardware, matching services such as music streaming with popular, user–friendly devices.
Yet Another Theory about Apple and Beats That Doesn’t Add Up
Media Mentions | May 29, 2014 | The Washington Post
Prof. Moshe Cohen says that Apple’s acquisition of Beats is indicative of the major challenges Apple faces today: understanding taste, making deals, and linking Silicon Valley and Los Angeles.
Norway Should Replicate CPPIB with Government Pension Fund Global — Review
Media Mentions | May 29, 2014 | Pensions & Investments
Prof. Andrew Ang’s research shows that in order to increase returns for the its sovereign wealth fund, the Norwegian Ministry of Finance should take more risks and adopt a cost management model pioneered by the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board.
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