Grants manager, funding strategist, and Emerging Markets Institute Fellow—learn why Onyinye Akujuo, joined the Executive MBA Americas Class of 2022.
Professor Chekitan Dev’s co-authored case study challenges readers to position the Neemrana Hotels brand to survive and thrive in a changing market. How did readers respond?
What do a cigarette, dirty diaper, and used flip flops have in common? They’re all recyclable, thanks to TerraCycle’s innovative approach .
Learn why technology sales executive and believer in the power of education Louise Loyst joined the Executive MBA Metro NY Class of 2022.
John Fekete, managing director at Crescent Capital Group, shared his views on portfolio strategies and investment industry challenges.
Chris Magas, MBA ’22, describes his team’s experience of preparing for and presenting at this year’s virtual MBA Stock Pitch Challenge.
A proposed dating app won top prize at this year’s annual Cornell Hospitality Pitch Deck Competition sponsored by SHA’s Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship.
Sanchita Mehrotra writes about her passion for impact investing, diving into two successful examples of impact investing in India’s education sector.
Learn why diversity and inclusion leader and triple-red Cornellian Kamillah Knight joined the Executive MBA Metro NY Class of 2022.
Sales professional, real estate investor, and new father—learn why Steve Casey joined the Executive MBA Americas Class of 2022.
Associate Dean Michelle M. Duguid discussed her research on diversity in the workplace and her strategy for creating real and lasting change.
Vritika Patni reflects on her time as an Emerging Markets Institute intern and summarizes major themes presented in EMI’s anniversary video interviews.
MBA candidates Brittany Iwata and Lizzie Kaplan helped Camp Earth Connection refine its positioning and increase awareness of its rental properties.
Professor Bill Schmidt and colleagues used machine learning to develop a tool that pinpoints new domains created to promote false information.
Associate Professor Scott Yonker says a post-election divided government seems welcome to investors.
Associate Professor Scott Yonker discusses investors sticking with the pandemic winners as uncertainty looms.
Assistant Professor Kevin Kniffin says it’s timely to revisit how employers and employees alike can best adapt to the times.
Professor Eswar Prasad discusses a sudden halt to the world’s biggest initial public offering.
Professor Alex Susskind says fine-dining establishments have had to rethink their entire business during the pandemic.
The I.R.S. is on few people’s most-loved lists, yet the agency needs more money to enforce the tax code, says Professor Emeritus Bob Frank.
Dean Kevin Hallock provides information and resources to the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business campus community on navigating the 2020 election as a college community.
Dean Kate Walsh discusses how COVID has impacted recent SHA alumni, forced changes in SHA teaching, and how hospitality can attract the best and brightest students.
Professor Eswar Prasad says the Trump administration’s approach has delivered few tangible benefits to the U.S. economy.
Professor Kaushik Basu discusses India's economic recovery in this expert views piece.
Professor William Cong is seen as one of the most influential fintech scholars today.
Professor Edward McLaughlin says that stores are better prepared for a second wave of consumer hoarding as preparations for a harsh winter begin.
Marketing Professor Kaitlin Woolley discusses her research on goal pursuit, information avoidance, and how food facilitates social connection.
Professor Michael Lynn discusses the trends he's seeing in the data around tipping during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Emerging Markets Institute directors highlight the exceptional learning opportunities, research, reach, and reputation EMI has achieved in ten years.
The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business is pleased to announce that Moody’s Inc. and Fiserv have agreed to serve as the inaugural sponsors of Fintech at Cornell—a new initiative of the college. Building from college-wide strengths and university collaborations, Fintech at Cornell intends to become a leader in financial technology research, education, and industry […]
Professor Bruce Tracey facilitated a panel discussion for hotel chief human resources officers across North America, sharing lessons learned and best practices.
How are hotels surviving during COVID? Extreme makeovers, innovative business promotions keeps industry afloatOctober 20, 2020
SHA Dean Kate Walsh discusses how hotels are starting to think outside of the box as they review their operations due to the pandemic.
Professor Eswar Prasad points to China as the likely primary driver of global growth over the coming two years.
Kaitlyn Briggs writes about her passion for sustainability, the dairy industry and her summer internship in marketing at Kraft Heinz.
Michelle Duguid, associate dean for diversity, inclusion and belonging, convenes Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Business School Leadership Summit
Lecturer Lilly Jan suggests those who wish to host friends at home for safe social gatherings should take their cue from restaurant pandemic measures.
Professor Eswar Prasad talks international debt relief and China's growing influence as a creditor.
Professor Eswar Prasad says China moved swiftly to control the spread of COVID as well as support the economy.
Meghana Gavirneni ’23 discusses her projects and reflects on her experiences as a summer intern at the Emerging Markets Institute.
Senior Lecturer Stephanie Robson discusses innovative design solutions so restaurants can ensure public safety from COVID-19 and endure post-COVID.
Professor Chris Marquis says that over the past summer, he's seen the B Corporation movement picking up some serious speed.
Professor Bruce Tracey facilitated a recent panel discussion for hotel chief human resources officers from Europe who shared their pandemic experiences.
Professor Eswar Prasad says rising imports to U.S. shores is a bright spot for the current economic recovery.
Dyson alum Connell Rae’s passion for public service drives him to be successful both inside and outside of the classroom.
What my online internship experience at the Emerging Markets Institute taught me about emerging economies, the world, and myself.
Laillah Rice, MBA ’09, and fellow senior marketers launched the Humanity Lab to support social justice activists and organizations.
Which comes first, the electric car or the charging station? Research by Professor Shanjun Li delves into this symbiotic relationship and green auto sales.
Professor Emeritus Bob Frank argues that increasing the capital gain tax could make money available to help many aspects of our society.
SHA Dean Kate Walsh discusses cleanliness and communication as hotel brands leverage sanitization as a selling point following a harsh travel year.
Johnson Dean Mark Nelson points to the value of a Masters in Management as current high-level employment opportunities remain few and far between.
A paper co-authored by Dyson’s Kevin Kniffin offers projections about the workplace of the future and roadmaps for future research and action.
SHA’s entrepreneurial bent and a fascination with Bitcoin led a pair of Hotelies to found a university-wide blockchain club for undergraduates.
The Pillsbury Kick-off event allows budding entrepreneurs an overview of hospitality related programs and competitions available.
SHA Dean Kate Walsh says that health safety and cleanliness will be the biggest differentiators in the near future of the hospitality industry.