Chazen News Release

Chazen Institute Convenes Top Business Leaders and Scholars to Address How Globalization Has and Will Continue to Shape Markets

Chazen News Release | March 23, 2021

Special event – now available on demand – features Henry Kravis, Robert Zoellick, Marie Ffolkes, Joseph Stiglitz, Glenn Hubbard and more

Topics: Business Economics and Public Policy, Leadership, Organizations, Risk Management, World Business | Read Article

Chazen Institute for Global Business Sponsors 2020 FT Energy Transition Strategies Summit

Chazen News Release | November 18, 2020

Virtual event to feature key industry influencers, including Chazen Faculty Director Glenn Hubbard and Chazen Senior Scholar Geoffrey Heal

Topics: Energy | Read Article

The Brussels Effect Shapes Corporate Behavior and Transforms Global Markets

Chazen Institute News | March 2, 2020

Chazen Senior Scholar Anu Bradford discusses new book detailing how the EU has become the world’s regulator — and why its influence will extend into the future

Topics: Business Economics and Public Policy | Read Article

Making Academic Research Accessible Can Lead to Significant Policy Change

Chazen News Release | February 4, 2020

Research from Chazen Senior Scholar Jonas Hjort shows political leaders value research findings, even willing to pay to learn results of impact evaluations

Topics: Business Economics and Public Policy, World Business | Read Article

Multinational Buyers Play A Critical Role in Improving Global Workplace Safety

Chazen News Release | January 13, 2020

Research from Chazen Postdoctoral Fellow Laura Boudreau finds private investments in compliance and safety enforcement significantly improve working conditions without sacrificing efficiencyResearch from Chazen Postdoctoral Fellow Laura Boudreau finds private investments in compliance and safety enforcement significantly improve working conditions without sacrificing efficiency.

Topics: Labor, Operations, Risk Management, World Business | Read Article

Future Survival Probability and Growth Rate of a Startup Can Be Predicted by the Characteristics of Its Initial Workforce

Chazen News Release | December 18, 2019

Research from Chazen Senior Scholar Christian Moser suggests that who gets hired and how much they get paid could make the difference between a startup’s success and its failure

Topics: Entrepreneurship, Labor, Strategy | Read Article

The Jerome A. Chazen Institute for Global Business Names Glenn Hubbard as Faculty Director

Chazen News Release | October 23, 2019

Hubbard to advance the Chazen Institute’s position on the world stage

NEW YORK The Jerome A. Chazen Institute for Global Business today announced the appointment of Glenn Hubbard as its Faculty Director. After leading Columbia Business School as dean from 2004-2019, Hubbard will now lead the Chazen Institute’s efforts to help shape the thinking and discourse on major global business issues.

Topics: Leadership, World Business | Read Article

Ads on Online Marketplaces Can Help Consumers Make Better Choices While Increasing Sales for Marketers

Chazen News Release | September 5, 2019

Research supported by The Chazen Institute shows how sponsored product ads perform in relation to organic listings — and weighs the costs and benefits for consumers and marketers

Topics: Marketing | Read Article

More Proxy Fights Are Ending in Settlements Between Activist Shareholders and Their Targets

Chazen News Release | August 16, 2019

Research from Chazen Senior Scholar Wei Jiang explores why activists are increasingly entering into settlement agreements with target companies

Topics: Capital Markets and Investments, Corporate Finance | Read Article

CEO Communication Styles Can Help Predict A Firm’s Success or Failure

Chazen News Release | June 18, 2019

Research from Chazen Senior Scholar Dan Wang provides a unique perspective on how CEOs view what is important to them

Topics: Leadership, Media and Technology, Organizations | Read Article