The School in the News Archive
March 30, 2012
Prof. Johnson comments on how clickers provide everyone in the room with an opportunity to express their opinion anonymously.
Speak Up? Raise Your Hand? That May No Longer Be Necessary
March 23, 2012
The article features a day in the life of three MBA students — Leerone Anolik ’13, Ryan Bell ’12, and Anirudh Mannan ’13.
A Day in the Life at Columbia Business School
March 23, 2012
Prof. Broadie talks about his research on the PGA Tour and its real–world implications in business and management.
Why Scientists Love to Study Golf
March 20, 2012
The article notes Prof. Nissim’s research on the significance of dividends following Apple’s decision to make a dividend payment to its investors.
Dividend Investors to Get 15% Raise
March 18, 2012
In Crain’s New York Business, Prof. Schorer discusses why New York City’s flat real estate market provides advantages to various tech start–ups.
Digital Jobs Central
March 15, 2012
Research by Prof. Phillips finds that women are less likely than men to be perceived as experts, even when they have the required knowledge.
Why Don’t Women Act More Like Men at Work?
March 12, 2012
Ad Age features a study led by Prof. Sexton and David Rogers, Executive Director, Center on Global Brand Leadership that was presented at the BRITE ’12 conference.
March 07, 2012
In an op-ed for WIRED’s Epicenter blog, Profs. Kogut and Kim address how Apple CEO Tim Cook can guide the company into a different direction, in terms of workers’ rights and economic development in the US.
March 01, 2012
Research by Profs. Ansari and Koenigsberg predicts how multiple, distinct types of relationships form in social networks.
What Makes Networks Tick