John Ninia ’22 (CALS), EMI Research Assistant
John Ninia is an undergraduate research assistant at the Emerging Markets Institute and is majoring in environmental and sustainability sciences. He is working with Lourdes Casanova to conduct research regarding emerging markets’ approach to corporate sustainability. His interests include entrepreneurship, emerging multinationals, and sustainability. John is the VP of finance for the Cornell European Business Society and is also interested in international finance.
Expo 2020 Dubai: Connecting Minds, Creating the Future
EMI research assistant John Ninia ’22 discusses his experience at the World Expo in Dubai.
The impact of ESG and corporate culture on company performance
EMI research assistant John Ninia discusses how ESG and corporate culture can have a positive impact on a company’s long-term performance.
China’s e-currency is the world’s first sovereign digital currency
China is creating a digital yuan in an attempt to make their currency stronger and more global.
The impact of e-commerce: China versus the United States
EMI undergrad research assistant explains how Alibaba and Amazon compete with fast shipping and competitive prices to capture global retail.
The United States lags behind China in adopting mobile payments
Mobile payments dominate in China. The United States lags behind and remains loyal to traditional payment methods. Will we catch up?
Innovative economies: Has China surpassed the United States?
John Ninia, an undergraduate research assistant for EMI, compares innovation in China and the United States as their economies compete for dominance.
Is sustainability a major concern for U.S. companies, or is China moving to the fore?
As China and other emerging countries increase efforts in corporate sustainability initiatives, the U.S. may be falling behind, says EMI contributor.