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Johnson Summer Startup Accelerator Takes NYC

The 2022 Johnson MBA student entrepreneur cohort’s NYC Trek included workshops and discussions with investors, founders, and entrepreneurs.

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The Potential for Rural Development in Turkey

Ezgi Yilmaz ’24 discusses rural Turkey’s huge economic potential and the case for support by international development organizations.

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Does the Digital Yuan Mark the End of Commercial Banks, Established Players?

Four Johnson Cornell Tech MBA students examine the launch of China’s new digital currency, the e-yuan, and its implications.

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Wonders of the Johnson Colombia Trek

Ivy Ochieng, MBA ’22, writes about the Emerging Markets Institute’s spring trek to Colombia, led by Lourdes Casanova, Gail and Rob Cañizares Director.

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Nominations Open for Cornell Johnson’s 10 Under 10 Notable Alumni List

Help to recognize 10 Under 10 notable alumni for their professional success, community involvement, and engagement with Cornell.

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Expo 2020 Dubai: Connecting Minds, Creating the Future

EMI research assistant John Ninia ’22 discusses his experience at the World Expo in Dubai.

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Park Perspectives: It’s okay not to be okay

Rachel Starr, MBA ’22, reflects on how embracing her struggles have made her an approachable leader.

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Cryptocurrency in Latin America: Adoption, Regulation, and Financial Inclusion

Raghav Nath, MBA ’22, examines cryptocurrency and its adoption, promise, and regulation in the Latin American countries.

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Solving the Climate Crisis is About Preserving Human Dignity

Ina Gjika, MS ’22, reflects on Aspen Ideas: Climate, a conference she attended with support from CSGE and the Cornell Energy Club.