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100 Years of Innovation
As we celebrate Columbia Business School’s Centennial, we honor its innovators, past and present, and look toward the big ideas that will leave their mark on the next 100 years.
The Tenacious Optimist
For 50 years Joseph Stiglitz has fought tirelessly against economic orthodoxy in pursuit of sustainable, equitable growth for all. After a half century of successes and setbacks, one thing is clear: he's not done yet.
Revving Up India's Medical Machine
Columbia's physician-in-chief prescribes radical intervention to cure India’s health care crisis at a recent conference organized by the India Business Initiative at the Chazen Institute.Read More
What Is a Manager’s Best Approach to Quality?
David Kachoui ’10 learned that for managers, focusing on process is more effective than trying to control every aspect of employee performance.Read More
Fourth Annual Giving Day a Huge Success, Breaks Record
On October 21, over 1,400 alumni, students, faculty and staff members, and friends contributed a record-breaking $1.5 million to Columbia Business School, earning an additional $48,000 in challenge match funds from University Trustees.Read More
Globalization in Retreat
VIDEO: The global economy is undergoing a massive structural transformation. Bruce Greenwald, Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Finance and Asset Management and Director of the Heilbrunn Center for Graham and Dodd Investing, explains the coming death of manufacturing and the return of the local.
School Community Celebrates Centennial
On November 5 and 7, festooned with festive gold balloons, Uris Hall welcomed thousands of community members for on-campus Centennial celebrations. Read More
New research from Columbia Business School reveals how legal systems block access to credit in emerging markets.Read More
Unemployment Benefits Actually Help the Economy – And the More Generous the Better
New research from Columbia Business School shows that unemployment insurance stabilizes the economyRead More