While pharmaceutical companies are under pressure from Congress to explain high costs, Professor Frank Lichtenberg provides evidence that drug costs are more affordable than we realize.
Professor Linda Green’s solution for the looming crisis boils down to two words: increased efficiency.
Assistant Professor Jing Dong highlights how hospitals can reduce costs by taking a network view of the interconnected units.
Associate Professor Carri Chan is researching how hospital step-down units can reduce deaths, shorten lengths of stay, and lower readmissions.
Pro bono work trains you to be more successful and gives your employer information about how you will perform in a more senior role, says Assistant Professor Vanessa Burbano.
A key player in the US’s winning bid to host the 2026 World Cup, this Columbia Business School economist addresses the challenges of managing at the top level of the world’s most popular sport.
In the Pakistani city of Sialkot, Amit Khandelwal discovered a thriving soccer ball industry constrained by a simple economic problem.
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