- Experiential Learning
- Social Ventures
- Faculty Viewpoints
- Northeast Workshop on Energy Policy and Environmental Economics
- Climate Science & Investment Conference
- The Near-term Impacts of Climate Change on Investors
- Solutions to Post-Incarceration Employment and Entrepreneurship
- Fulfilling the Promise of Education Technology
- Managing Schools to Improve Teacher Performance
- The Economics and Psychology of Poverty
- Measuring and Creating Excellence in Schools
- The American Healthcare Landscape in 2014
- Microfinance Symposium
- Research Resources
Other research resources and links at the Business School and Columbia University include:
Chazen Institute Visiting Scholars: International doctoral candidates or faculty members interested in conducting independent research at Columbia Business School for a period of three months to one year may apply to become a Chazen Visiting Scholar. More information on the visiting scholars program can be found online.
Doctoral Program: PhD students work with tenured and tenure track faculty on research relevant to social enterprise areas. The doctoral program at Columbia Business School is highly competitive, and prospective applicants should to apply to a field of study, as described on the School's Doctoral program web site.
Columbia Ideas at Work: this online resource showcases recent business research with an online magazine, provides research briefs which highlight main findings of research papers, and has a searchable archive of faculty publications and viewpoints.
Earth Institute: Directed by international economist Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs, the Earth Institute supports pioneering sustainable development research and projects in areas such as energy, water, climate change, poverty reduction, health, and urbanization. Under the auspices of the Earth Institute are groups such as the Center on Globalization and Sustainable Development and Center for Research on Environmental Decisions.
Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD): Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz founded the IPD to help developing countries explore policy alternatives, and enable wider civic participation in economic policymaking. IPD is now a global network of more than 200 leading economists, political scientists, and practitioners. More information about IPD research programs and publications can be found online.