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Real Progress on Emissions Can Lead to a Global Pact
Media Mentions | September 29, 2014 | The New York Times
Bruce Usher, Elizabeth B. Strickler ’86 and Mark T. Gallogly ’86 Faculty Director of the Social Enterprise Program, says that a global climate treaty will happen, but it’s a two-track process as nations will first need to see that they can reduce emissions without compromising economic growth.
Columbia Business School Professor Predicts How Changes in Banking Laws Could Fuel Emerging Economies of Tomorrow
Press Release | September 25, 2014
New research tracks emerging countries’ economics activity after law changes and finds a boost in access to credit; increase in employment rate; increase in productivity and sales for firms
Don Quixote Lives at the FCC
Media Mentions | September 24, 2014 | Forbes
Forbes cites an article written by Professor Eli Noam about the impending doom of common carriage.
New Research on the Impact of Financial Deregulation Catches the Eye of the Federal Reserve
Press Release | September 24, 2014
Columbia Business School professor spots unforeseen signs of deregulation and will present findings to the Fed during upcoming conference in October
The US as a Climate Change Leader?
Media Mentions | September 23, 2014 | The Huffington Post
Professor Bruce Usher argues that while the US has made progress in recent years on reducing emissions, climate change is an international problem requiring action by all countries to arrive at sustainable solution.
Vanguard to Fight “Tax Dodge” Lawsuit Vigorously
Media Mentions | September 07, 2014 | Financial Times
Professor Robert Willens comments on Vanguard’s legal troubles and the IRS’ role.
Will Paychecks Get Fatter? Economists Think So
Media Mentions | September 03, 2014 | Bankrate
Professor Charles Calomiris weighs in on economic growth expectations in the next year. Also appeared on Fox Business
Fed Rates to Rise ‘Faster Than Markets Think’
Media Mentions | August 27, 2014 | Bloomberg TV
Dean Glenn Hubbard discusses the Fed’s role in the economic recovery, from the labor market to interest rates.
Many Homeowners Still Qualify for Mortgage Relief
Media Mentions | August 26, 2014 | NPR
Professor Chris Mayer says there’s been much improvement to the HARP program since it launched in 2009, but in the early years it cost 500,000 foreclosures that were otherwise preventable.
A Few Fed Policy Answers from the Jackson Hole Sidelines
Media Mentions | August 25, 2014 | The Wall Street Journal
Dean Glenn Hubbard addresses the concern of slack in the US job market, specifically with the long-term unemployed.
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