Columbia Business School
Assistant Professor


Bo Cowgill is an Assistant Professor at Columbia Business School. He received his Ph.D. from University of California, Berkeley and won the Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship and Robert Beyster Fellowship. His research interests are in applied microeconomics and strategy, particularly in productivity, technological innovation, organizational economics and platforms.


Spring 2018

NYC Immersion Seminar: Technology Disruption (MBA)

Fall 2017

Strategy Formulation (MBA)
(PhD) Proseminar (PHD)

Spring 2017

Strategy Formulation (EMBA)
NYC Immersion Seminar: Technology Disruption (MBA)

Awards And Honors

Best Dissertation

Finalist Society for Business Ethics Division Academy of Manangement 2016

Best Dissertation

Finalist Technology in Management Division Academy of Management 2016

Best Dissertation

Finalist BPS (Strategy) Division Academy of Management 2016

The W.E. Upjohn Institute Early Career Research Award

The W.E. Upjohn Institute Early Career Research Award 2016

The Ronald Coase Best Dissertation Award

The Society for Instituational & Organizational Economics 2016

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