The end of 2018 marked the completion of the ten-year anniversary of our Columbia Business School Publishing imprint. In celebration of this landmark event, we will be highlighting guest blog posts and excerpts from our authors and books that are part of the imprint. Today, we are happy to present to you a guest post from Myles Thompson, the imprint publisher.
A primary initiative is to enhance and amplify the importance of the value investing program at the Heilbrunn Center for Graham & Dodd Investing. Our most notable books so far are The Most Important Thing by Howard Marks, Accounting for Value by Stephen Penman, Charlie Munger by Tren Griffin, Berkshire Beyond Buffett by Lawrence Cunningham, Inside the Investments of Warren Buffett by Yefei Lu, and Investing: The Last Liberal Art by Robert Hagstrom.
Other bestselling titles in finance include Narrative and Numbers by Aswath Damodaran, Interest Rate Swaps and other Derivatives by Howard Corb, and Merger Masters by Kate Welling and Mario Gabelli. In the management category in addition to strategy, we publish in corporate governance with the contributions of The Activist Director by Ira Millstein and the second edition of The CEO’s Boss by William Klepper. We are also excited by the upcoming publication of The Wise Advocate by Art Kleiner, Jeffrey Schwartz, and Josie Thomson.