Is getting an MBA really worth it?: Dean of Columbia Business School discusses

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In this episode of Influencers, Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer is joined by Columbia Business School Dean, Costis Maglaras, as they discuss the future of higher education, the new ‘global economic order’, and why he says humanity’s response to climate change will ‘change the world’.

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