The $1 million Cornell grant serves as a call to thread community-engaged learning throughout the college’s curriculum in far-reaching ways.
In his new book, Chris Marquis says a more resilient and sustainable capitalism should focus on environmental, social, and financial performance.
Recent Johnson graduates formed a new council to collaborate and focus their energy and efforts on behalf of students and fellow alumni.
MBA students in BR Microenterprise recap their experience advising a local business, which included pivoting their strategy in response to COVID-19.
Austin Blais, MBA ’20, reflects on his time career searching, the professional impact of building his network, and some lessons learned along the way.
Shuhan Zhang, Johnson Cornell Tech MBA ’20, shares insights from an Israel trek and her experience participating in a health tech hackathon.
Guillaume Allard, MBA ’20, shares his experience in business development in Tunisia after the Arab Spring and the country’s move toward democracy.
Austin Rothbard, MBA ’00, has had a varied and exciting career path, which includes founding his own business, Twisted Road.
Students in the Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership program weigh the pros, cons, and potential enforcement of Chinese wet markets in this EMI reflection.
Hooker, a veteran food industry executive, will teach a new course this fall covering global supply-chain issues surfaced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Robert H. Frank, Cornell professor of economics since 1972, champion of behavioral economics, and widely published author, retired July 1, 2020.
An initiative led by the Parker Center provides investing experience for Cornell students whose summer internship plans were disrupted by COVID-19.
Empower, founded by Dyson’s Arianna Kohilakis ’22, identifies project opportunities and pairs Black-owned businesses with Cornell undergraduate volunteers.
The Johnson Graduate School of Management leads all elite schools in Europe and the U.S. in sending graduates to the world’s financial epicenter.
The teams are among five nationally who will compete for $50,000 in deal equity in the women-only real estate competition in October.
Growth depends on social norms, political culture; not just economic policies: ex-world bank economistJuly 27, 2020
Professor Kaushik Basu says the breakdown of social cohesion is beginning to hurt India.
Professor Chekitan Dev says new marketing is invoking the familiar tropes of the family car ride to a beach, the mountains, or a national park.
Senior Lecturer Dana Radcliffe discusses an important ethical question around the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor Eswar Prasad discusses deteriorating US-China relations, declining since the COVID-19 pandemic devastated the globe.
Johnson was recently listed as a top feeder school for the tech industry, citing 15% of its 2019 class heading into the industry.
Professor David Sherwyn says big hotel brands can recommend anti-discrimination training for franchised properties, but lack teeth under the law to require it.
Professor Prabhu Pingali finds India's strict COVID-lockdown has led to increased produce prices, limiting the affordability of a diverse diet.
Professor Steve Carvell says the the luxury market tends to be more insulated and recession-proof in most downturns.
Ed McLaughlin once again became the interim David J. Nolan Dean of the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management on July 1.
Professor Christopher Anderson says goodbye to the buffet, hello to the pre-wrapped meal option.
Professor Karan Girotra says large net incomes this quarter for major grocery chains is not surprising as consumer spending shifts during the pandemic.
Professor Mukti Khaire discusses commitments fashion brands are making to diversity and inclusion, and the challenges faced with changing consumer values.
Dyson students connect with local businesses and nonprofits for Community Summer Projects
Professor Alex Susskind predicts that 30% of restaurants may go out of business as their incomes have been decimated by COVID-19 shutdowns.
Professor Chekitan Dev examines the relationship between key operating factors and opportunism on the part of brands and their hotel partners.
Professor Vicki Bogan discusses high-profile trading apps that increase access to the stock market but could also be gamifiying trading.
Associate Professor Miguel Gómez discusses global and U.S. food supply chains and how improvements can help populations avoid the worst case scenario.
Duguid, an associate professor of management and organizations, assumed the role of associate dean for diversity, inclusion, and belonging on July 1, 2020.
A group of dedicated Johnson MBA students came together with a community of graduate business programs in an effort to raise funds to help fight against racial injustice.
Expert perspectives from Cornell SC Johnson College of Business faculty on COVID-19’s impact on business, hospitality, and the economy.
Johnson’s BGBA launches the Black MBA Alliance with Black MBA student associations at other schools to advance racial justice awareness and education
Kate Walsh, Dean of the School of Hotel Administration, shares the school's preliminary action steps and commitments to combat racism.
Mark Nelson, Anne and Elmer Lindseth Dean of Johnson, shares the school's preliminary action steps and commitments to combat racism.
Edward McLaughlin, interim David J. Nolan Dean of the Dyson School, shares the school's preliminary action steps and commitments to combat racism.
Associate Professor Luo Zuo discusses how fintech companies may operate under several business models and use multiple accounting methods.
Kevin F. Hallock, dean of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, shares the college's preliminary action steps and commitments to combat racism.