Bob Frank’s legacy as a teacher, behavioral economist, economic naturalist, and author
Robert H. Frank, Cornell professor of economics since 1972, champion of behavioral economics, and widely published author, retired July 1, 2020.
Under the Influence: How behavioral contagion can drive positive social change
Others’ choices affect our own and have enormous economic, social, and environmental consequences, argues Robert H. Frank in his new book.
M&As are Up, IPOs are Down. What’s the Story?
As public equity markets lose players, private equity grows, and mergers and acquisitions reach historic levels, the economy struggles to adapt.
Resilience Distinguishes Emerging Market Economies
While China continues to solidify its lead, other emerging markets show steady economic growth in the Emerging Market Multinationals Report 2017 and in discussions at the 7th Annual Emerging Markets Institute Conference: “Emerging Multinationals in a Changing World.”
Can Africa Feed the World?
Africa could be the world’s next breadbasket. But can it overcome the hurdles in its way?
Eswar Prasad: Despite yuan’s meteoric rise, dollar will dominate
In his new book, Gaining Currency: The Rise of the Renminbi, Prasad evaluates the real power of China’s currency.
A rising force: Emerging economies are gaining ground in wealth and influence
The Emerging Markets Institute’s 2016 conference and inaugural Emerging Multinationals Report convey powerful evidence of “a new global landscape” showing a sharp increase in emerging economies as foreign investors and a “blossoming of some of their firms as world champions.”
Blending a Passion for Economics with the Military
Kelly Ward, MBA ’98