Resources

 

Program for Economic Research

The Program for Economic Research (PER) supports the research of Columbia Economics faculty and students. Our goal is to help faculty and students identify unique resources to develop research, and serve as the liaison between Columbia University’s Sponsored Projects Administration and the Department of Economics. PER has launched several new initiatives to support the research activities of graduate students and faculty in the Department of Economics. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact us at econ-per@columbia.edu.


Academic Commons 

Academic Commons is Columbia University’s digital repository where faculty, students, and staff of Columbia and its affiliate institutions can deposit the results of their scholarly work and research. Content in Academic Commons is freely available to the public.


Columbia University Business and Economics Library

The Thomas J. Watson Library of Business and Economics holds a contemporary collection of over 400,000 books and over 1,000 journal titles. Special focus is placed on the topics of accounting, business economics, business history, management of organizations, management science, operations management, corporate and international finance, international economics, corporate relations, security analysis, marketing, money and financial markets, and labor.


Data Science Institute

The Data Science Institute at Columbia University is training the next generation of data scientists and developing innovative technology to serve society. With over 250-affiliated faculty working in a wide range of disciplines, the Institute seeks to foster collaboration in advancing techniques to gather and interpret data, and to address the urgent problems facing society. The Institute works closely with industry to bring promising ideas to market.


Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISERP)

The Data Science Institute at Columbia University is training the next generation of data scientists and developing innovative technology to serve society. With over 250-affiliated faculty working in a wide range of disciplines, the Institute seeks to foster collaboration in advancing techniques to gather and interpret data, and to address the urgent problems facing society. The Institute works closely with industry to bring promising ideas to market.


Research Data at Columbia

Research Data at Columbia, created to assist Columbia’s researchers with common issues relation to research data. The website provides resources and policies related to: Data Retention, Data Security, Data Storage, Data Management, Writing a Data Management Plan, Public Access Mandates, Ownership of Data, Data Use Agreements, Sharing of Data.


Columbia GSAS

GSAS students engage in innovative research that advances knowledge in the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences. Your professional apprenticeship under a Columbia faculty member and the experience of conducting scholarly research are foundational elements of your graduate education. The university has developed institutional policies regarding research at Columbia and offers a number of resources that will facilitate your research endeavors.

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1022 International Affairs Building (IAB)

Mail Code 3308

420 West 118th Street

New York, NY 10027

Ph: (212) 854-3680
Fax: (212) 854-0749
Business Hours:
Mon–Fri, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.