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Value Investing Program: Overview
 
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Professor Bruce Greenwald discusses the exclusive Columbia Business School Executive Education Value Investing program and what differentiates the practice from other investment strategies. "Most investors are constitutionally oriented to buying lottery tickets," Greenwald says. "And that's what creates the value opportunities for the plodding, careful investors." Learn more: http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/program-pages/details/61/VI?sourceid=youtube
Th+nkCBS: Bruce Greenwald on Competitive Advantage
 
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Bruce Greenwald, Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Finance and Asset Management, discusses competitive advantage at the November 7 Th+nkCBS event. Th+nkCBS is a student-organized series of 15-minute lectures that provide Columbia Business School professors the opportunity to present their research, review a subject of their expertise, summarize a class, or highlight a single topic of relevance to them.
The Center
 
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Centered in New York City, the global hub of business, Columbia Business School offers its diverse and entrepreneurial students daily access to influential industry leaders. Our renowned faculty members are at the forefront of their fields, producing groundbreaking research across disciplines. And our worldwide alumni network continues to grow and impact change. At Columbia Business School today, we're celebrating our place at the very center of it all. Find the center at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/about-us
Bruce Greenwald: Globalization in Retreat
 
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The global economy is undergoing a massive structural transformation. Bruce Greenwald, Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Finance and Asset Management and Director of the Heilbrunn Center for Graham and Dodd Investing, explains the coming death of manufacturing and the return of the local.
How will you take advantage of being “at the very center of business?”
 
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Learn more and apply today: https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs/mba
Warren Buffett on Benjamin Graham: “Making money did not motivate him”
 
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Louisa Serene Schneider '06 interviews Warren Buffett MS '51 on his experience learning from Benjamin Graham, the father of value investing. Learn more at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/valueinvesting/resources/interviews
Carlos Brito: "We Chose to Have a Dream"
 
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Want access to the insights of industry trendsetters like Carlos Brito? Learn more about Columbia Business School's degree programs at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions?ref=youtube
Columbia Business School: New York, New York
 
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Columbia Business School isn't just located in New York -- it's enmeshed in it. From practitioners who double as professors to events with industry-leading CEOs and field trips to blue-chip companies and start-ups alike, Columbia leverages its relationship with the city to give students unparalleled access to one of the world's business capitals. Learn more at http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/mba
Pecking Order Problems? Your Team May Be Too Talented.
 
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We all want to hire the best of the best, but from the chicken coop to the basketball court, research demonstrates the most talented teams don’t always net the best results. Adam Galinsky, Vikram S. Pandit Professor of Business, tells us what you should consider before hiring for your team.
David Rogers on The Digital Transformation Playbook
 
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BRITE founder, author, and Columbia faculty member David Rogers talks at BRITE '16 about how businesses need to transform by understanding that now: 1) customers are part of a network, 2) competition comes from platforms more than products, 3) data is a strategic asset, 4) innovation is driven by small experiments and scaling, 5) value is dynamic and adaptable. Get further insights and tools to make this transformation by reading his new book, "The Digital Transformation Playbook: Rethink Your Business for the Digital Age." The BRITE conference on brands, innovation and technology is hosted by the Center on Global Brand Leadership at Columbia Business School. http://briteconference.com http://globalbrands.org
CBS Matters: What Matters to You Most?
 
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CBS Matters is an opportunity for students and other members of the CBS community to present to their peers and classmates what matters most to them and why. Learn more at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/mba/student-life
Engaging Leaders: Ratan Tata Remembers the 2008 Mumbai Attacks
 
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Ratan Tata describes the heroism of Tata Group employees during the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks. The Engaging Leaders video series harnesses the thought leadership of Columbia Business School's impressive guest speakers and its symbiotic relationship with the world of business. In conversations with faculty members, accomplished business practitioners share insights and stories about their leadership experiences -- from great successes and challenges to the role a mentor or event played in shaping their leadership journey.
The Power of Habit: How Target Knows You Better Than You Do
 
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At the BRITE '13 Conference, Charles Duhigg, award-winning New York Times writer and author of "The Power of Habit", discusses scientific discoveries that explain why habits exist and how they can be changed. He then details how companies, like Target, study employee and customers' behaviors to develop insights that can help them connect with customers and build their business. For more details on his work visit: http://charlesduhigg.com/the-power-of-habit/ The BRITE conference on brands, innovation and technology is hosted by the Center on Global Brand Leadership at Columbia Business School. http://briteconference.com http://globalbrands.org
Setbacks Can Spur Leaps Forward
 
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Fostering creativity is vital to the modern economy, but to reach your personal best, sometimes you have to go through the worst. Modupe Akinola, an assistant professor of management at Columbia Business School, found that individuals produced works of significantly greater creativity after being primed with a negative stimulus. Read more: https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/articles/ideas-work/how-setbacks-spur-leaps-forward
Barbara Corcoran on the Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur
 
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Entrepreneur, author, and Shark Tank investor Barbara Corcoran shares the traits needed to start a successful business.
Business Analytics: Big Data in the Core Curriculum
 
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In Fall 2013, Columbia Business School introduced the course Business Analytics to the core curriculum. The course teaches business leaders how to leverage big data. Learn more about the core curriculum at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/mba/academics/core-curriculum
Morningside Heights: The Best of Both Worlds
 
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Our students rave about the Morningside Heights neighborhood that surrounds the Business School. It's easy to understand why.
The Next 100 Years
 
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Since its founding in 1916, Columbia Business School has continually proven itself as a leading authority at the crossroads of rigorous academic theory and real-world practice, plugged directly into the pulse of business from its position in New York City. Recognizing the School’s prestigious past while looking toward a bright future — that’s what it means to celebrate Columbia Business School’s first 100 years as a place where business leaders and ideas are born. http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/centennial
Manhattanville: A Campus for the Next 100 Years
 
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As Columbia Business School celebrates its past and looks toward its next chapter, business practices are changing rapidly. To continue training future generations of leaders to succeed in an increasingly team-oriented, tech-savvy, global environment, the School needs facilities that reflect the reality of the marketplace. Columbia Business School’s new LEED-certified facilities in Manhattanville — designed by renowned New York architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with FXFowle — will facilitate and encourage development of social intelligence–based skills, such as leadership, management, teamwork, and negotiation, creation and strengthening of social networks among students, faculty members, alumni, and business practitioners, and integration of cutting-edge technology into teaching and research. http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/centennial/content/manhattanville
Value Investing (Online) Program: Overview
 
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This online program is designed to give you a strong foundation in the value investing process. We’ll give you tools and strategies to collect and analyze information as well as an integrated framework that teaches you how to identify opportunities for investment that others may miss.
Making a Mind Shift in Team Leadership
 
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William Klepper is a management professor who teaches Executive Leadership in the EMBA program and serves as academic director of the Executive Education program. He is the author of The CEO’s Boss: Tough Love in the Boardroom.
The Future of Omni-Channel Retail: Emily Culp of Rebecca Minkoff
 
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For today's retailer, connecting with consumers through every channel — mobile, web, and in-store — is a must. At the BRITE '15 conference, Emily Culp '06, SVP of eCommerce & Omni-Channel Marketing for Rebecca Minkoff spoke about building innovative experiences for their omni-channel consumer through insights, organizational structure and technology to drive long-term customer value. The BRITE conference on brands, innovation and technology is hosted by the Center on Global Brand Leadership at Columbia Business School. http;//briteconference.com http://globalbrands.org
A Columbia MBA in Practice
 
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Columbia Business School's collaborative and comprehensive approach to business education prepares graduates for a wide range of careers, refining the skills and sharpening the leadership abilities that enable success in any field -- both immediately following graduation and years down the line. Learn more at http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/mba
Andrew Ang: Sovereign Wealth Funds
 
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On March 1, 2011, Andrew Ang, Ann F. Kaplan Professor of Business and chair of the Finance and Economics Division at Columbia Business School, presented Sovereign Wealth Funds. The presentation was part of the Program for Financial Studies' No Free Lunch Seminar Series. The March 1 event was focused on Current Research about Asset Pricing. The Program for Financial Studies' No Free Lunch Seminar Series provides broader community access to Columbia Business School faculty research. At each seminar, attended by invited MBA and PhD students, faculty members introduce their current research within an informal lunch setting. Learn more at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/financialstudies
Kent Daniel: Price Momentum
 
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On November 9, 2010, Kent Daniel, professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia Business School, presented Price Momentum. The presentation was part of the Program for Financial Studies' No Free Lunch Seminar Series. The November 9 event was centered on Current Research about Asset Management. The Program for Financial Studies' No Free Lunch Seminar Series provides broader community access to Columbia Business School faculty research. At each seminar, attended by invited MBA and PhD students, faculty members introduce their current research within an informal lunch setting. Learn more at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/financialstudies
Dean Glenn Hubbard and Warren Buffett '51 in Conversation: "Develop a Passion"
 
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Dean Glenn Hubbard and Warren Buffett '51, Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, in conversation. Recorded in Omaha in May 2015. Watch more Centennial videos: http://bit.ly/cbs100video
A Simple Twist on a Common Strategy Nets Negotiators Better Deals
 
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To secure the best outcome in a negotiation, ask for what you want — then ask for a little bit more. Read more: http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/articles/ideas-work/simple-twist-common-strategy-nets-negotiators-better-deals
Persuasion vs. Negotiation
 
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Top-notch negotiation and persuasion techniques are essential to becoming a better leader. In this video, Columbia Business School professor Bob Bontempo explains why negotiation and persuasion are two complementary skill sets, but with a different set of behaviors. Learn more: http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/program-pages/details/85/PERS and http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/program-pages/details/135/NS
An Executive MBA with Immeasurable Value
 
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What can you expect from a Columbia Business School Executive MBA program? It’s all about community. Hear from four recent EMBA alumni on how the Executive MBA program exceeded their expectations and changed their lives. What surprised them most? The incredibly demanding, highly supportive environment that added immeasurable value to their experience. Learn more: https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs/executive-mba?sourceid=youtube
Warby Parker's CEO on Disruption and Consumer Experience
 
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Warby Parker CEO Neil Blumenthal spoke at the BRITE '14 conference about what's behind his company's vision to disrupt the eyewear industry by providing designer prescription glasses at affordable prices. Through his Warby Parker story, Blumenthal talks more generally about blended retail, leadership strategies, building a narrative, world-class customer service, and his belief that businesses can do good in the world without charging customers a premium for it. The BRITE conference on brands, innovation and technology is hosted by the Center on Global Brand Leadership at Columbia Business School. http://briteconference.com http://globalbrands.org
Robert F. Smith '94: "Be an expert at your craft."
 
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Robert F. Smith '94, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Vista Equity Partners, speaks with Darius Gant ’17 at the Columbia Black Business Students Association's ELEVATE conference on March 25, 2017.
Can a “Pay-As-You-Go” Method Buy the World’s Poorest Safe Energy?
 
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Millions of people in west Africa do not have access to electricity, relying on unsafe energy methods like kerosene and disposable batteries. The “pay-as-you-go financing” model is allowing businesses to profitably provide goods to the most vulnerable and most isolated populations. In Uganda, this model is used by Hugh Whalen of the PEG Group to provide solar energy to those without access to other types of energy. His model effectively reaches remote customers and also allows these customers to develop a credit history, increasing their potential as customers for other products. With Hugh Whalan, CEO of PEG Group, at the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise’s 2015 Social Enterprise Conference, September 25, 2015.
Rita McGrath on Constantly Reconfiguring and Adapting Your Business
 
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At the BRITE ’16 conference, Rita McGrath, Author of The End of Competitive Advantage, talked about how the nature of a long-lived competitive advantage has changed, with new entry conditions, such as network effects, taking over from traditional ones. McGrath discusses the new sources of advantage and how firms should be thinking about them in a more transient society. For more info on The End of Competitive Advantage, visit: ritamcgrath.com The BRITE conference on brands, innovation and technology is hosted by the Center on Global Brand Leadership at Columbia Business School.
Ciamac Moallemi: High-Frequency Trading and Market Microstructure
 
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On November 13, 2012, Ciamac Moallemi, Associate Professor of Decision, Risk, and Operations at Columbia Business School, presented High-Frequency Trading and Market Microstructure. The presentation was part of the Program for Financial Studies' No Free Lunch Seminar Series. The Program for Financial Studies' No Free Lunch Seminar Series provides broader community access to Columbia Business School faculty research. At each seminar, attended by invited MBA and PhD students, faculty members introduce their current research within an informal lunch setting. Learn more at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/financialstudies
Why Trade Is Not a Zero-Sum Game
 
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Trade brings many benefits, says Douglas Irwin of Dartmouth College; it lowers prices and increases variety, among other things. Irwin, who is also author of “Free Trade Under Fire” (2014, Princeton University Press), was interviewed at “Trade Issues Today,” a conference at Columbia University in September 2016. The conference was sponsored by the Chazen Institute for Global Business, the School of International and Public Affairs, the Center for Global Governance, and the Deepak and Neera Raj Center on India Economic Policies, Columbia University.
Building Your Action Plan for Social Media Marketing
 
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At the BRITE '13 conference, Ric Dragon, author of "Social Marketology" and CEO of Dragon Search, presents a framework to develop a social media marketing strategy and action plan. He tackles issues such as the development of metrics, the use of micro-segments, the value of social media for crisis and reputation management, and the need for storytelling. The BRITE conference on brands, innovation and technology is hosted by the Center on Global Brand Leadership at Columbia Business School. http://briteconference.com http://globalbrands.org
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Dave Carroll: Lessons from "United Breaks Guitars"
 
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Musician Dave Carroll tells the story of how his customer complaint video "United Breaks Guitars" became on online sensation, at the BRITE '10 conference. Carroll shares his music and discusses how United changed its ways, and the lessons for customer service in an age of social media. The BRITE '10 conference on brands, innovation and technology is hosted by the Center on Global Brand Leadership at Columbia Business School. Learn more at http://www.briteconference.com or http://www.globalbrands.org
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How to Influence People: Negotiation vs. Persuasion Skills
 
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In this webinar with Professor Bob Bontempo, who teaches persuasion and negotiation strategies at Columbia Business School Executive Education, learn about two complementary skill sets that can help you become a more effective leader. Learn more about this topic in the following Executive Education programs at Columbia Business School: http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/program-pages/details/85/PERS?sourceid=youtube http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/program-pages/details/135/NS?sourceid=youtube
Utilizing Business School for Social Impact
 
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Business school is more than just how to make a buck. Today’s change agents understand the value of making a social impact as they strive to improve their bottom line. See how Dr. Ebby Elahi ’17, oculoplastic surgeon and clinical professor of ophthalmology and global health at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, is taking on the business of social impact. Learn More: https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs/executive-mba?sourceid=youtube
Verbal Judo: Diffusing Conflict Through Conversation
 
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Academic-turned-cop and best-selling author George Doc Thompson describes how tactical language allows leaders to achieve their goals. Daniel Ames, the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Associate Professor of Leadership and Ethics, confirms that managing conflict is a critical predictor of leadership success and shows how what works in the streets converges with recent findings in social science. The workshop was part of the Program on Social Intelligences Science Meets Practice series, which pairs hands-on leadership training with breaking insights in psychology research.
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Robert Phillips: Business Analytics
 
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Robert Phillips, Professor of Professional Practice talks about his core course Business Analytics. "Within the last 10 years, the explosion of data has been such that there's a much bigger question of 'How do we gain insights from that data?' This data can be held for much longer, can be analyzed in much greater depth than ever before, and new tools have been developed over the last 10 years that businesses are exploiting...to create tremendous value." Learn more at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/why-a-columbia-mba/academic-excellence/core-curriculum?ref=yt
Columbia Business School: Ready for the Next Level
 
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Columbia Business School attracts students eager to lead, and trains them to incorporate strategic, entrepreneurial thinking into every decision, no matter the industry. The skills, networking power, and approaches to management gained by a Columbia MBA prepare students for the next act in their professional lives. Learn more at http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/mba
Value Investing: Overview
 
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Based on the Ben Graham or Warren Buffett approach to allocating capital, Value Investing teaches the frameworks and processes of investing that some of the most successful investors in the world employ to manage and preserve capital. In this video, Professor Tano Santos introduces the Value Investing program at Columbia Business School Executive Education. To learn more about the program, visit: https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/program-pages/details/61/VI?sourceid=finder&sourceid=youtube
Morten Sorensen: Private Equity Risk
 
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On April 12, 2011, Morten Sorensen, Daniel W. Stanton Associate Professor of Business at Columbia Business School, presented Private Equity Risk. The presentation was part of the Program for Financial Studies' No Free Lunch Seminar Series. The April 12 event, Current Research about Financial Institutions, was sponsored by McKinsey & Company. The Program for Financial Studies' No Free Lunch Seminar Series provides broader community access to Columbia Business School faculty research. At each seminar, attended by invited MBA and PhD students, faculty members introduce their current research within an informal lunch setting. Learn more at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/financialstudies
State and local deductions under the new tax law
 
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which went into effect at the beginning of 2018, has placed a $10,000 limit on state and local tax (SALT) deductions, leading high-tax states to explore workarounds and, in some cases, litigation. Alex Raskolnikov, Wilbur H. Friedman Professor of Tax Law at Columbia Law School, discusses whether states can circumvent the limit, and if there is a legal basis to challenge it.
Kate Spade New York CMO: Building Brand Voice
 
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Mary Beech, CMO of Kate Spade New York, spoke at the BRITE '14 conference on how brands can clearly establish their voice in every medium in which they participate — digital, social, retail, and traditional — and bring their brand voice to life. The BRITE conference on brands, innovation and technology is hosted by the Center on Global Brand Leadership at Columbia Business School. http://briteconference.com http://globalbrands.org
Jerry Kim: Strategy Formulation
 
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Jerry Kim, Assistant Professor, talks about his core course Strategy Formulation. "Competition at a global scale is really ramping up. As an entrepreneur, you really can't be successful without having an understanding of how your product is different from your competitors. You might have a good product, but your competitors can have a good product as well. Strategy is really about creating something that's different, that adds value to the existing set of products that are out there." Learn more at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/why-a-columbia-mba/academic-excellence/core-curriculum?ref=yt
Silfen Leadership Series: Anne Mulcahy, Chair and CEO of Xerox, Part 3
 
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The David and Lyn Silfen Leadership Series at Columbia Business School: Anne Mulcahy, Xerox Corporation, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; Monday, October 6, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Jonah Rockoff: Managerial Economics
 
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Jonah Rockoff, Associate Professor, talks about his core course Managerial Economics. "Managerial economics is the intellectual foundation for making business decisions. The ideas from Adam Smith and John Maynard Keynes...are still valid today, but the science of economics and research in economics also has evolved a lot. We show students how we have to adjust how we think about these old economic theories in light of changes in technology and changes in the way the market functions."