Social Enterprise Program Video Archive
See videos of Columbia Business School faculty talks, industry speakers on campus, and students working on international development pro bono consulting projects:
Returns to Social Enterprise (Reunion 2011)
Three Faces on Nonprofit Leadership (Reunion 2011)
Professor Bruce Usher: The Role of Markets in Addressing Social Problems.
Professor Ray Horton: Meaning, Scope, and Potential of Social Enterprise (Korean Conference).
Columbia Business School Celebrates Ray Horton's Tenure as Director of the Social Enterprise Program.
Professor Ray Fisman: Why Do People Do Bad Things?.
Professor Antony Bugg-Levine: Impact Investing as a Potential Source for Financing Social Enterprises (Korean Conference).
Professor Bruce Usher: The Role of Markets in Addressing Social Problems (Korean Conference).
Professor Gita Johar: Global Marketing and Social Enterprise in India.
Social Enterprise Conference sessions
Thomas Gensemer: Digital Campaign Strategies for Social Enterprises.
Nancy Barry, Carlos Enrique Cavelier, Steve Kloeblen, and Tao Young: Building Profitable Solutions to Poverty.
Nancy Lublin and Jimmy Wales: Wikipedia and Social Media.
Alex Friedman, Clara Miller, Julie Sunderland, John Nelson, and Leah Pedersen Thomas: Innovative Financial Instruments.
Olivia Zaleski, Patricia Dandonoli, G.G. Pique, and Sangeeta Chowdhry: Solutions for Clean Water Scarcity.
Melissa Berman, Jerry Hirsch, Jemina Bernard, and Rick Surpin: Competition and Strategy in the Social Sector.
Craig Barrett: 2009 Botwinick Prize in Business Ethics.
2009 Social Enterprise Conference: A Conversation with Jimmy Wales.
2009 Social Enterprise Conference: A Conversation with Nancy Barry.
2009 Botwinick Prize in Business Ethics Keynote Speaker: A Conversation with Craig Barrett.
Speakers and Events
The Economist's Matthew Bishop: The Business of Philanthropy.
Russell Carson, Joel Klein and David Saltzman: Public-Private Partnerships in Education.
Ben & Jerry's: Feed Your Conscience.
Nancy Barry on Microfinance: Hypercommercialization is a Danger.
Molly Alexander: Acumen Fund and International Social Enterprises (Korean Conference).
Elizabeth Boggs Davidsen: Opportunities for the Majority (Korean Conference).
Bill Drayton on the Importance of Social Entrepreneurship (Korean Conference).
Sandra Navalli on the Role of Business Schools in Social Enterprise (Korean Conference).
Jennifer Burns on Ayn Rand: Prophet or Scapegoat?.
International Development pro bono consulting projects
Microlumbia: Exploring Investment Opportunities in Brazil.
Microlumbia: Surveying Partnerships Between Companies and Microfinance Institutions.
Pangea Advisors: Building a Housing Market in Liberia.
Pangea Advisors: Supporting Families with Chronically Ill Children in Brazil.
Pangea Advisors: Bringing IT Productivity to Microentrepreneurs in Colombia.