Big Red Microenterprise took on a primary challenge of many small business owners—the desire to balance profit with passion—with Larson Publications.
Research by Professor Christopher Marquis finds that, in China, civil protests are more effective than petitions in bringing about environmental reform.
Nicola Armacost discusses Arc Finance’s approach to giving vulnerable populations greater access to clean energy and water via microfinance.
From roundtables to conferences, CIHLER sponsors a variety of experiences that focus on legal issues, human resources, and labor relations in the hospitality industry.
Scott Stewart and his co-authors, all quantitative experts, drew on their experience as money managers for Portfolio Management: Theory and Practice.
Serial entrepreneur Gang Yu, MS ’86, addressed alumni at the inaugural event of the Cornell SC Johnson China Council of Alumni.
The Cornell Center for Innovative Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations is pleased to welcome Christian White to the advisory board.
Nicholas Zuba of the Connecticut Green Bank gives students a glimpse of the considerations at play in the world of green energy finance.
Undergraduate researcher for the Emerging Markets Institute Michael Pocress summarizes the history and outlook U.S.-China trade relations.