The Center for Japanese Legal Studies, the only center of its kind in the U.S., promotes research on Japanese law and strives to be the principal source of intellectual exchange between the legal professions of the United States and Japan.
The Center for Research on Environmental Decisions is an interdisciplinary center that studies individual and group decision making under climate uncertainty and decision making in the face of environmental risk.
The Center for the Study of Social Difference at Columbia University promotes innovative interdisciplinary scholarship on the role of gender, sexuality, ethnicity and race in global dynamics of power and inequality.
CURP is a national resource for education, research, and discussion on issues confronting America’s cities. The Center is engaged in an ambitious program of training, research, and public discussion.
The Center on Global Economic Governance develops, promotes, and implements new theories, studies, and policy initiatives that cut across nation-state boundaries and address the new realities of the global economy.