Eli Noam is Professor of Economics & Finance at the Columbia Business School, and its Garrett Professor of Public Policy & Business Responsibility. He is the Director of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, a research centre focusing on management and policy issues in communications, internet and media.
Professor Noam has published 37 books and over 350 articles. Recent books include: Who Owns the World’s Media (2016 Oxford); two textbooks on media and digital management (2018 Palgrave, with 1.7 and 1.9 million free downloads in 2020); Media and Digital Management (Palgrave); and two forthcoming books on streaming video as the next generation of TV, one on technology and business, the other on content and regulation (Elgar 2020.)
His Public Service roles include, Commissioner for Public Services of New York State; White House appointment to President’s IT Advisory Committee; Advisory boards for governments of Ireland, Sweden, and New York.
Professor Noam received undergraduate and graduate degrees from Harvard University, and honorary doctorates from the universities of Munich and Marseilles Aix-la-Provence.
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