Liv Lansdale talks with Zambian Grandmaster of chess, Amon Simutowe. Overflowing with wisdom, he discusses his upbringing, life lessons learned through chess, and being the first from his nation to achieve Grandmaster status.
Three Columbia students won the top prize in an environmental policy competition held by the Columbia Economics Review, organizers announced Friday.
Uris Hall should be open to undergraduates to prevent further fracturing of the Columbia community.
The framing of the article was used to perpetuate an unfortunate us (Business School students)-versus-them (everyone else) stereotype.
At Monday night’s University Lecture—a semiannual address that honors the research and work of a chosen faculty member—Woodford, a professor of political economy who the Washington Post called “the greatest monetary economist of his generation,” discussed how communication from the Federal Reserve impacts the economy.
Economics should be included in the Core due to its importance in the world.
Columbia's two most popular majors need inquiry-focused restructuring.
Alvin Roth graduated from the School of Engineering and Applied Science in 1971, earning a bachelor's degree in operations research.
José Antonio Ocampo, who had been nominated by Brazil on behalf of several developing nations, called the selection process a “political exercise.”
Ocampo, a former Colombian finance minister who now teaches global economics at SIPA, was nominated by Brazil on behalf of several developing nations.
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