Marketing Professor Kaitlin Woolley discusses her research on goal pursuit, information avoidance, and how food facilitates social connection.
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 […]
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
Meghana Gavirneni ’23 discusses her projects and reflects on her experiences as a summer intern at the Emerging Markets Institute.
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.
The $1 million Cornell grant serves as a call to thread community-engaged learning throughout the college’s curriculum in far-reaching ways.
Professor David Just, a behavioral economist, discusses the risks of repercussions on maskless individuals in public.
In his new book, Chris Marquis says a more resilient and sustainable capitalism should focus on environmental, social, and financial performance.
SHA Professor Linda Canina talks messaging around the massive marketing effort encouraging people to get out there and travel.
Research co-authored by Assistant Professor Mani Sethuraman looks at 20 years of data to see if a CFO hired by the CEO impacts the CEO’s salary.
Professor Alex Susskind discusses just how important the restaurant industry is for New York City as a whole.
While economic growth is sloping downwards, Associate Professor Steven Kyle says the current state of the economy is not a textbook recession.
Recent Johnson graduates formed a new council to collaborate and focus their energy and efforts on behalf of students and fellow alumni.
Professor Emeritus Bob Frank explains just how this is a possibility.
Hotels will become airy places with artificial intelligence behind the scenes, says Senior Lecturer Stephani Robson.
Professor Eswar Prasad says that when people can't spend money on experiences and other services, they look towards this.
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.
The yuan won’t unseat the dollar soon — but it could grow in prominence if China dominates in tech and tradeSeptember 2, 2020
Professor Eswar Prasad discusses the growth in prominence of the Chinese yuan across the globe.
These 2 charts show the biggest investment banks are recruiting fewer Harvard and Stanford graduates. Here’s where they’re getting top talent from instead.September 2, 2020
Cornell’s MBA program has become a factory for highly-trained investment bankers who excel when they hit the desk.
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.
Uptick in COVID-19 cases makes it difficult to bring back jobs. ‘Some people may be put out of the job market for a long time.’July 30, 2020
Professor Murillo Campello says that the employment disruption created by COVID-19 has necessitated everyone to take a hard look at their skills.