Matthew Quint

Professor of Finance

Associate Dean for Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship

PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Columbia University Business School

Areas of Expertise:

Asset Pricing, Automation, Banking, China’s Industrial Economy, Corporate Finance, Entrepreneurship, Financial Regulation, Manufacturing, Stock Markets

Matthew Quint is a Director in the Center on Global Brand Leadership. Matthew researches, writes, and presents on a wide range of issues critical to building a strong brand. His expertise is in marketing ROI, strategies for marketing in the digital age, and the development of creative and effective brand communications. He is also the producer and host of the Center’s BRITE conference. Prior to joining the Business School in February 2006, Matthew held positions at Columbia University in which he developed the Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment and managed print and digital communications materials for Columbia Law School. Matthew was also the Assistant Counselor (Nuclear Science & Technology) at the Embassy of Australia in Washington, D.C., where he was instrumental in extending the Foreign Research Reactor Spent Nuclear Fuel program. Matthew holds a B.A. in Political Science and History from Cornell University and a M.S. in Strategic Communications from Columbia University. Matthew is also a board member of New York City Children’s Theater and the American Marketing Association New York. He enjoys listening to music, both recorded and live.


Spring 2020
Smarter Worlds (MBA)

Fall 2019
Smarter Worlds (EMBA)

Spring 2019
Smarter Worlds (MBA)

Columbia Caseworks cases

Transforming LEDVANCE: Lighting for the Smart Home and Global IoT Marketplace (2020)
Coauthor(s): Matthew Quint
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