"INVESTMENT IS MOST SUCCESSFUL WHEN IT'S BUSINESSLIKE"

- Benjamin Graham -

College-Walk-Hamilton

Columbia Business School

Columbia Business School

Description:

Professor Schoenberg studies the psychology of money, with a particular emphasis on intergenerational wealth transfers and behavior in financial markets.

His career has encompassed both practical experience and theoretical study in business, as Managing Director and Chief Knowledge Officer of Broadview International, a boutique investment bank; in government, as a Foreign Service Officer in the U.S. State Department; and in academia, having received a PhD in Psychology from Columbia University, an MBA in Decision Science from the Wharton School, an MSE in Computer and Information Science from the University of Pennsylvania, and an AB in Biology from Harvard.

Dr. Schoenberg teaches a course in behavioral economics and decision making.