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.

The publisher for Columbia Business School Publishing is Myles Thompson. You can also keep up with Columbia Business School Publishing on Twitter!

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Recent titles include:


The Digital Transformation Playbook: Rethink Your Business for the Digital Age

David L. Rogers

"Seldom have the effects of digital media on legacy industries and innovators alike been so succinctly explained. Rogers uses case histories to illustrate how and why the times they are a changin'. And more importantly, exactly how to adapt." — Bob Garfield, NPR's On the Media

Visit David Rogers' website | Read "Why CMO Leadership Is Essential To Data-Driven Marketing," by David Rogers | Follow David Rogers on Twitter and LinkedIn




Investment: A History

Norton Reamer and Jesse Downing

"Norton Reamer and Jesse Downing have delivered a truly impressive history of investments, and the investment management business, starting from its earliest origins in the ancient world to its most recent and innovative forms, for example the hedge funds, private equity pools, and other forms of alternative investments in the twenty-first century. It is not only a complete history, but a well-organized and analytical one, built with continual reference to the important principles of business and investing."  — Jay Light, Dean Emeritus, Harvard Business School

Read "New Year, Old-Fashioned Investment Strategy," by Paul Sullivan in The New York Times

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