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Most Discussions on Climate Change Ignore These 10 Basic Facts about Human Nature
Media Mentions | June 14, 2015 | Vox
Professor Elke Webber says people perceive and respond to risk through their emotions more than analyzing the facts.
Build-A-Bear CEO: Why Women Need to Take Risks in Business
Media Mentions | June 10, 2015 | Fortune
Sharon Price John ’94, CEO, Build-A-Bear, authors article discussing her decision to go and experience at CBS as well as why it is important for women to take risks in business.
YOUR SECRETS ARE KILLING YOUR PRODUCTIVITY
Press Release | April 30, 2015
New research from Columbia Business School finds the burden of secrecy akin to carrying excess physical weight
Could This Plan Finally Stop Food Contamination?
Media Mentions | March 16, 2015 | Fortune
Professor Michelle Greenwald offers her thoughts on President Obama’s plans to create a new federal agency aimed at food safety.
Barclays Charge, BOE Dismissal, Stress Tests: Compliance
Media Mentions | March 04, 2015 | Bloomberg News
Research co-authored by Professor Paul Glasserman, finds stress tests, a key tool for setting bank capital levels, have become more predictable and therefore arguably less informative.
The Next Energy Revolution Won't Be in Wind or Solar. It Will Be in Our Brains.
Media Mentions | January 22, 2015 | The Washington Post
Professor Elke Weber says when making energy choices, economic cost is not the only motivator.
Why Confidence May Be Your Biggest Financial Risk in Retirement
Media Mentions | January 20, 2015 | Money
The article highlights new research by Professors Eric Johnson and Elke Weber, showing that practice and experience, which comes with age, may offset the adverse impact of cognitive decline.
Seniors Still Capable of Sound Financial Decisions
Media Mentions | January 16, 2015 | Plan Adviser
Research by Professors Eric Johnson and Elke Weber shows cognitive aging does not spell doom for financial decision-making.
Stop Checking Your Retirement Portfolio so Often: Columbia Study
Media Mentions | January 15, 2015 | Think Advisor
Research by Professor Michaela Pagel finds that investment portfolio growth can actually suffer from too much attention to daily fluctuations in the market.
Research Supports Use of Auto Investing Solutions
Media Mentions | January 08, 2015 | Plan Adviser
Professor Michaela Pagel’s research finds investors fare better on their retirement savings when they check their portfolios less often.
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