World Business News
April 11, 2011
Two of China’s top business players visited Columbia Business School April 6 to discuss the restructuring and globalization of Chinese state-owned enterprises and markets as part of the School’s 2011 China Business Initiative (CBI) Forum.
March 24, 2011
Less than two weeks after a 9.0-magnitude earthquake struck Japan, three Columbia University professors shared their expertise as part of the university event, “The Economic, Health, and Political Consequences of Japan’s Earthquake.”
March 22, 2011
Prof. David Weinstein discusses what Japan's economic recovery will look like on WNYC.
February 10, 2011
Professor Charles Jones discusses if and how America will be impacted by a potential NYSE and Borse merger.
December 21, 2010
Prof. Brett Gordon discusses the next steps we are likely to see in the European Commission's probe of Google.
October 05, 2010
The largest gift in the School's history will be used to support the construction of Columbia Business School's new state-of-the-art facilities in Manhattanville.
September 15, 2010
Shang-Jin Wei, the Director of the Jerome A. Chazen Institute of International Business at Columbia Business School, compares monetary policy decisions made by China and Japan.
March 08, 2010
Bruce Usher, who was the CEO of EcoSecurities Group and is an adjunct professor, has joined the Executives in Residence Program.
February 26, 2010
Participants from 12 business schools competed in the two-day event to test their management skills and heard presentations from top corporate leaders.
January 25, 2010
The Jerome A. Chazen Institute of International Business has concluded the first of six modules that make up the new Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness in Latin America (ECLA) program, which is in collaboration with the Escuela de Negocios, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires.
January 21, 2010
Brett Gordon discusses the likelihood that Google will work with the Chinese authorities in order to ensure it will remain in China. He also explores why Google would want to retain its base of customers in China.
Why Google Needs China