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Research at Columbia Business School
Columbia Business School in conjunction with the Office of the Dean provides its faculty, PhD students, and other research staff with resources and cutting edge tools and technology to help push the boundaries of business research.
Specifically, our goal is to seamlessly help faculty set up and execute their research programs. This includes, but is not limited to:
Providing a state-of-the-art high-performance grid computing environment
Acquisition of data sets and access to various databases
Access to funding and external grants to support research activities
Highly skilled staff of part-time research assistants and full-time research coordinators/associates
All these activities help to facilitate and streamline faculty research, and that of the doctoral students working with them.
The Curl Ideas to wrap your mind around
Dealing in Data
When it comes to negotiating the most profitable prices, humans help — but data delivers.Read More
A Storyteller Goes Back to School
Amanda Kinsey ’12 has produced a film about Columbia University's storied past.Read More
Is Australia on the Wrong Track?
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has defended many of his government’s reforms by invoking the American model of cutbacks on spending.Read More
"To get a venture off the ground, you really just have to start," says serial entrepreneur Drew Patterson '06, whose newest gig is leading hotel search site Room 77.Read More
A Rigorous Approach — from the Beginning
Murray Low and Cliff Schorer talk about Columbia’s unique approach to entrepreneurship — and the skills that are most critical for entrepreneurs today.Read More
Leading Opinion Online
Online networks — such as Facebook or YouTube — offer a unique environment to capture the evolution of opinion leaders. Professor Kinshuk Jerath and others created a model to analyze how opinion leaders are shaped online.Read More
Pro-borrower or Pro-lender?
Commercial contract laws that govern lending can generate big business for states — but borrower beware.Read More
For Some CEOs, No Price Is Too High to Retain Control In a Proxy Battle
In new research from Columbia Business School, CEOs are three times as likely to value shares above market value to avoid getting pushed outRead More
Sunshine at the Fed
Should central banks be more transparent?Read More