Columbia Business School Publishing extends Columbia Business School's commitment to bridging academic research and business practice, and reaching the global academic and business communities. By leveraging knowledge gained through innovative research and professional experiences, CBSP seeks to publish books that incorporate the entrepreneurial mindset promoted by the business school. The program is inclusive, multi-format, and interdisciplinary. It adheres to quality standards that attract influential authors and disseminates their ideas to the world of academia, professionals, and university classrooms globally.
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Recent titles include:
The Nature of Value: How to Invest in the Adaptive Economy
"The convergence of economics and biology is fertile ground that offers a path out of the dark age of static equilibrium and efficient markets. Gogerty's illuminating book gives us a deeper and more robust understanding of the complex dynamics that create and sustain value." — Steve Waite, author of Quantum Investing and Boomernomics
- Read the chapter The Problem with Price? It’s Not Value
- Table of Contents
- Read more reviews of The Nature of Value: How to Invest in the Adaptive Economy
Looks Good on Paper?: Using In-Depth Personality Assessment to Predict Leadership Performance
"Leslie Pratch's Looks Good on Paper? addresses that most vexing of hiring questions: Can you get underneath someone's resume and figure out who will be an effective leader? Her answer is yes, and her exploration of her methods is fascinating reading for business people and lay people alike." — Bethany McLean, co-author of The Smartest Guys in the Room
The World’s First Stock Exchange
"Petram’s informed and lively account of Amsterdam’s 17th-century securities market demonstrates that when it comes to investing and speculating we have not progressed much in four centuries." — Richard Sylla, NYU Stern School of Business
Passion for Reality: The Extraordinary Life of the Investing Pioneer Paul Cabot
"This book is thoroughly researched, comprehensive, candid, elegantly written, and eminently readable. I applaud it as a vital link to returning the mutual fund industry to the high fiduciary standards that were once its hallmark." — John C. Bogle
- Read an interview with Michael Yogg
- Read a review in The Wall Street Journal
- Read Michael Yogg's essay Investment Profession Should Learn from Industry Pioneer who Spoke Out
- Read the introduction
- Table of Contents
How Finance Is Shaping the Economies of China, Japan, and Korea
Edited by Yung Chul Park and Hugh Patrick
"Finance and its regulation are controversial, and nowhere are they more controversial than in Asia. But no one can claim more experience and knowledge of the controversy than Yung Chul Park and Hugh Patrick. This volume will be of equal interest to China, Japan, and Korea specialists, and general readers alike." — Barry Eichengreen, University of California, Berkeley
- Read an excerpt from the introduction
- Read an interview with Hugh Patrick about the book.
- Table of Contents
Smart Machines: IBM’s Watson and the Era of Cognitive Computing
John E. Kelly III and Steve Hamm
"IBM's Watson is one of the most important technological breakthroughs in decades, and this is the go-to book for understanding what this new technology is all about and how it will change your life." — Tyler Cowen, George Mason University
- Read the chapter A New Era of Computing
- Video: John Kelly at the Computer History Museum
- Video: Watson on Jeopardy!
- Read an article about Smart Machines in Scientific American
- Read an interview with Steve Hamm
- How IBM's Watson Will Transform Business and Society
- Steve Hamm explains how Deep partnerships will drive progress in the new era of computing
Learn or Die: Using Science to Build a Leading-Edge Learning Organization
Edward D. Hess
"This book does a beautiful job bringing together the most important ideas in organizational learning, established by academics and practitioners over the past thirty years or more, into one place." — Amy C. Edmondson, Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management, Harvard Business School