Webinars: Economics & Policy

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Economics & Policy

What Globalization Means to Me

Gita Johar, the vice dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and the Meyer Feldberg Professor of Business, offers her take on globalization.

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Economics & Policy, Social Impact, Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The Path to Decarbonizing Energy

Chazen Senior Scholar Geoffrey Heal speaks with Derek Brower of the Financial Times about the cost of transitioning to renewable energy.

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Data & Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Economics & Policy

Data Science in Marketing

Facebook principal scientist Shawndra Hill and Professor Olivier Toubia examine the past, present, and future of the role of data science in marketing.

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Strategy, Economics & Policy, Healthcare

What’s the Impact of the 2020 Presidential Election on Businesses?

Faculty experts and alumni business leaders discuss how the incoming administration will affect retail, healthcare, and energy infrastructure.

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Economics & Policy, Leadership, Healthcare

Pandemic, Partisanship, and the Economy Await a Biden Presidency

Professors Glenn Hubbard, Ray Horton, and Tano Santos discuss the state of political economy at the end of the Trump presidency.

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Economics & Policy, Social Impact

Long-Term Effects of COVID-19 on the Economy

For the School’s Leading Through Change webinar series, CBS faculty, alumni, and special guests have shared insights over the past six months on the future of the economy during the pandemic.

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Economics & Policy, Social Impact

How the Pandemic Has Altered the Real Estate Market

Government policy will play a crucial role in the future of the residential and commercial market.

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Economics & Policy, Data & Business Analytics

Government Debt and Deficit: Myth or Reality

Professor Shivaram Rajgopal moderates a debate between economist Jared Bernstein and financial expert Paul Kazarian ’81 on deficits during the pandemic.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Economics & Policy

Long-Term Vision in Venture Capital and the Upsides to Being an Entrepreneur in a Downturn

Professor of Professional Practice Angela Lee explains how there are opportunities for investors during the pandemic even though she believes the worst of the downturn is yet to come.

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Economics & Policy

The Fed and COVID-19: What Is It Doing? Is It Working? What Are the Risks?

Professor Frederic Mishkin and Patricia C. Mosser, Director of the MPA Program in Economic Policy Management at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, analyze the Federal Reserve’s efforts to bolster the economy during the coronavirus pandemic in a discussion moderated by Kate Davidson of the Wall Street Journal.

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