Centers and Institutes

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Johnson BusinessFeed

The Impact of Firm Names on Public Perception and Performance

Grady Raines, PhD ’26, discusses his team’s research on the impact of symbols in Latin American firm names and firm names’ impact on performance.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Reflections on the 2022 Cornell Johnson MBA Israel Trek

EMI Fellow Minwei Cao, MBA ’22, reflects on the 2022 Cornell Johnson MBA Israel Trek and the country’s vibrant technology and business sector.

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Nolan School BusinessFeed

Where Are They Now? Marisa Sergi ’15 (CALS)

Marisa Sergi is a graduate of the Cornell Nolan School and affiliated with the Pillsbury Entrepreneurs in Residence Program.

Nolan School BusinessFeed

How the Disruptive Business of Home-Sharing is Being Disrupted

Home sharing has opened up a world of opportunities for people looking to rent out their properties. Airbnb and similar companies have become a popular way for people to list […]

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Johnson BusinessFeed

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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SC Johnson College BusinessFeed

Climate finance takes center stage at ESG Investing Research Conference

Researchers and practitioners examined efforts to fund the abatement of biodiversity loss at the Cornell ESG Investing Research Conference.

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Nolan School BusinessFeed

Pillsbury Institute Celebrates 15th Anniversary, Asks Alumni: Where Are You Now?

In its 15 years, the Pillsbury Institute has come a long way. So, too, have its alumni. If you’re an alum, where are you now?

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Johnson BusinessFeed

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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Johnson BusinessFeed

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.