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A New Look at Culture and Its Influence on Individuals and Organizations
Press Release | February 24, 2015
New research from Columbia Business School professor introduces “Polyculturalism”
Lord Laidlaw Donates $2 Million for Scholarships
School News | February 12, 2015
The gift supplements need-based scholarships and increases travel opportunities.
African Safari the Ultimate Field Trip for Columbia MBA
Media Mentions | January 30, 2015 | The Globe and Mail
Linda Chew ’15 talks about her experience as part of a student–led, Chazen International Study Tour to South Africa.
Now Markets Get to Vote on Greece’s New Government
Media Mentions | January 30, 2015 | The Wall Street Journal
Professor Charles Calomiris’ column talks about the economic efforts of Greek’s newly-elected prime minister.
US Back at the Helm of the Global Economy as Employment Rises
Media Mentions | January 09, 2015 | The Washington Post
The US returns as head of the global economy, in part due to its greater progress towards working off debt-driven excesses says Dean Glenn Hubbard.
Greece’s Next Crisis
Media Mentions | January 09, 2015 | The Boston Globe
Professor Charles Calomiris discusses the economic fate of Greece should Alexis Tsipras, who promises to reverse existing reforms, win the country’s upcoming legislative election.
The US Economy in 2015: Oil, Global Weakness and the Fed
Media Mentions | January 04, 2015 | The Wall Street Journal
Dean Glenn Hubbard gives his take on the global economic recovery.
A Stress Test for Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank
Media Mentions | January 02, 2015 | The New York Times
Professor Fredric Mishkin comments on the policies of the European Central Bank.
The Unintended Effects of Sanctions on Russia
Media Mentions | December 03, 2014 | ABC News
Professor Amit Khandelwal says that sanctions on Russia have had a significant effect on the country’s economy.
Jilted Hedge Funds Even More in Love with Japan
Media Mentions | November 21, 2014 | CNBC
While many hedge funds are bullish on Japanese equity markets, Professor Michael Oliver Weinberg says the best days for trade may have passed.
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