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August 16, 2010
Professor Bruce Usher, a pioneer in the field of carbon credits trading and former CEO of EcoSecurities, sits down with Chazen Fellow Ritija Gupta to discuss his experiences in addressing climate change internationally, and how interested students can get involved.
February 15, 2010
A professor at Columbia Business School since 1970, Ray Horton discusses the evolution of the Social Enterprise Program as well as students' views on political economy.
August 15, 2009
Students in the Private Equity and Entrepreneurship in Africa Master Class examine how entrepreneurs and investors structure, negotiate and execute deals that make use of current resources to create business opportunities in the often challenging environments of Africa.
July 15, 2009
Students in the Global Immersion Program (GIP) Class, Innovation in India, use their impressions, insights, and contacts during a one-week immersion trip to New Delhi to support research projects on various topics.
November 17, 2008
Marketing Professor Bernd Schmitt discusses experiential marketing and reflects on the cultural influences and experiences that have informed his teaching and the Schmitt brand.
August 15, 2008
Accounting Professor Tim Baldenius reflects on his academic background from a comparative perspective, the methods and impact of teaching accounting, and his participation in the Chazen Study Tour to Rwanda.
July 16, 2008
Nelson Fraiman reflects on his teaching and research, identifying his favorite global projects, his strengths and areas for improvement, and the importance of international business education.
June 11, 2008
Professor Catherine Thomas discusses her research on decision-making within multinational firms and reflects on her process of selecting research topics and designing empirical studies with a global dimension.