World Business

OPEC Deal Is No Remedy for Poorest Members

Media Mentions | December 02, 2016 | The Wall Street Journal

Professor Geoffrey Heal

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Coming and Going

Media Mentions | September 29, 2016 | The Economist

Research by Professor Amit Khandelwal found that the poorest ten percent of consumers buy relatively more imported goods and would lose 63% of its purchasing power if borders were closed to trade.

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BOJ Policy Move Is Positive, Says Columbia's Hugh Patrick

Media Mentions | September 21, 2016 | Reuters TV

Professor Hugh Patrick, director of the Center for Japanese Economy and Business, discusses the Bank of Japan’s shift to targeting interest rates on government bonds.

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Amid Brexit, London Mayor Insists the City Is 'Open' to U.S. Businesses

Media Mentions | September 21, 2016 | Inc.

Professor Geoffrey Heal expresses concern with the United Kingdom's ability to replicate trade deals following the Brexit decision.

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Bond Yields and Inflation: A Long-Term View for BOJ

Media Mentions | September 21, 2016 | Bloomberg TV

Alicia Ogawa, senior adviser, Center on Japanese Economy and Business comments on the Bank of Japan’s monetary stimulus program.

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Two Percent ‘Makes Sense’ as Central Banks Fight Low Inflation

Media Mentions | September 14, 2016 | Bloomberg News

Professor Frederic Mishkin believes that central banks’ long-term inflation goal shouldn’t be raised above two percent, however, policy makers shouldn’t be afraid to exceed that rate and should try to overshoot their target in the current circumstances, provided they have previously undershot.

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Behind Joe Stiglitz's Dire View of the Euro

Media Mentions | September 07, 2016 | Reuters

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Apple’s Tax Rate in China Also Appears to Be Remarkably Low

Media Mentions | September 01, 2016 | Quartz

Professor Robert Willens cites Apple’s practice of holding its intellectual property rights in Ireland as the reason for its lower tax bill in China and around the world.

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'Eurozone Nations Are Selling Family Jewellery, but Eventually You Run out of Jewellery': Nobel Economist on Why the EU and the Euro Are Doomed Projects

Media Mentions | September 01, 2016 | The Daily Mail

Professor and Nobel Prize winner, Joseph Stiglitz, discusses the European Union’s flawed system and why he believes “Leave” was the right vote.

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New Director of the Chazen Institute Talks about Current Mission and Future Plans

School News | July 01, 2016

Professor Amit Khandelwal opens up about his goals as the Chazen Institute’s new director and his long-term vision for the study of global business at Columbia.

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