Author: Dr. Craig Columbus



October 12, 2012

Holding the Fed Accountable

Filed under: Economics,Uncategorized - 12 Oct 2012

Many hard questions have been raised in response to the Federal Reserve’s decision to embark on open-ended bond buying or quantitative easing (“QE”). Can we afford it? Will it create jobs? Will the decision undermine the Fed’s long-term credibility? Few …

September 1, 2012

On God and Man on Wall Street

V&V: Dr. Columbus, why did you write this book?

Dr. Craig Columbus: The financial-scandal genre is a very crowded shelf. These books do a fine job of recounting Wall Street’s misdeeds. But no one had addressed the topic of fixing …

August 25, 2012

Man vs. Himself on Wall Street

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism,Economics - 25 Aug 2012

A costly computer trading glitch involving market maker Knight Capital has intensified the debate over the effects and value of high-frequency algorithmic trading.

January 16, 2012

Occupying True North in 2012: The Year of the Entrepreneur

Filed under: Economics - 16 Jan 2012

This is the time of year when 2012 prediction lists abound. I am struck by how many lists have included some reference to a surge in American entrepreneurship during the next year. Entrepreneurs are clearly being counted upon to act …

October 10, 2011

Remembering Steve Jobs, Entrepreneur Extraordinaire

Filed under: In The News - 10 Oct 2011

As an entrepreneurship educator, studying the co-founder and former CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, has been one of the great pleasures of the profession. At times, it even feels like an indulgence given the difficulty future technology leaders will surely …