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The Center sponsors invitation-only conferences and symposia that address emerging issues at the intersection of business and law. Invited participants include academics, policy makers, attorneys, industry members and journalists. Columbia professors present research that analyze issues and explore alternative public and private responses. Participants actively discuss the academic papers and explore their implications for core policy issues.

2014-2015

The Oil Price Crash and the Shifting Energy Landscape

Inversions

Israel, the US & the Shifting Energy Landscape

Have We Tamed the Too-Big-To-Fail Financial Institution?

Global Justice Forum on Income Inequality

2013-2014

Beida-Columbia Shale Energy Workshop

Columbia University Fall Policy Forum for Elected and Appointed Officials

Global Justice Forum

2012-2013

How Should Hydraulic Fracturing be Regulated? conference

2011-2012

Financial Risk and Regulation: Unfinished Business

America’s Housing Crisis:Private-Sector Responses and Public Policy Innovation

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