Integrating AI Successfully: Why Lifelike Robots Raise New Challenges for Business
Professors Miklos Sarvary and Bernd Schmitt are studying how people will engage with the next iterations of artificial intelligence.
Professor Vanessa Burbano examines evidence that can guide a firm’s decision to speak out — or stay silent.
In a shifting economy, Professor Cohen shares her insights on everything from evaluating economic reports to scrutinizing new technologies.
Andrew Wellington and Dan Kaskawits of Lyrical Asset Management, recent guests on the popular Value Investing with Legends podcast, discuss the strategies behind their successful value investing portfolio.
The 100/50: Embracing Our Legacy campaign honors the 100th anniversary of the first matriculated Black student and the 50th anniversary of the Black Business Students Association.
The Nobel Prize-winning economist visited CBS for the first installment of a new speaker series from The Hub, a new think tank, to discuss the future of capitalism with CBS Dean Emeritus Glenn Hubbard.
In the sparkling new buildings at Columbia Business School, the revamped finance curriculum will get continuous updates aligned with modern markets and careers.
Angela W. Lee, faculty director at the Lang Center, shares advice on how to excel as a venture capital investor. As interest in venture capital steadily grows among business students, top-tier academic institutions are expanding course offerings to meet demand.
A panel at the 2022 Climate Conference underscores a dramatic revving up of demand for a technological niche.
Nathaniel Keohane, president of the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, visits CBS for a discussion on climate change policy and action.
Chazen Senior Scholar Geoffrey Heal outlines three major barriers to the decarbonization of electric power generation on a global scale.
Three takeaways from the 2022 Brazil Climate Summit held at Columbia Business School’s Manhattanville campus
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"We can debate whether we need 10 percent or 20 percent or 30 percent less office in the long run than we did before, but everybody agrees that the number is greater than zero.”
Earle W. Kazis and Benjamin Schore Professor of Real Estate
"I still think it's a pretty tough time to buy a home right now. The macro environment is tough. But there's also just not a lot on the market. And there's probably not going to be a lot on the market coming for quite some time.”
Paul Milstein Professor of Real Estate
"When we talk about employees, it’s a lot about compensation and monetary values. Twenty years ago, we did the same for customers. Now, we think about customer experience, and we need to think about employee experience."
James P. Gorman Professor of Business; Chair of Management Division
“Lean into the uncertainty, because it creates windows of opportunity...Stay nimble. Don’t be afraid to give up what you’ve committed to if it’s not working anymore. Don’t let sunk costs—a commitment to a beautiful idea that simply isn’t being picked up—prevent you from capitalizing on another one that’s in front of you.”
Professor of Professional Practice in Economics
“You can't know everything that's happening. There's always something you don't know so due diligence doesn't stand alone, it also impacts valuation. The more you know, the lower the price you pay. Due diligence informs each of the valuation and the final documentation and what you're asking for when you move forward."
- Professor Donna Hitscherich
"By unbundling things they used to include in the ticket price, airlines recovered. Their profit margins are higher on these optional add ons than ticket prices. Hotels then looked to the airlines, and we see it now with rental cars and ticketing. One industry followed the other and saw it was a way to make money and quietly increase the price."
- Professor Vicki Morwitz
"Policing labels, both in marketing and finance, is a huge task...we may need a "Yelp" to crowdsource grassroots level consumer data on green washing related to specific brands. We may also need a "Consumer Reports" to sort through good and bad brands on the greenwashing dimension."
- Professor Shiva Rajgopal
Nearly all students experience stress as they pursue important academic goals. Because stress can be magnified for students from disadvantaged backgrounds, it becomes important to identify interventions that can help mitigate this stress.
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