Big Firms Don’t Always Exercise Their Labor Market Power to Suppress Wages
To wield labor market power, large companies must centralize their hiring. But many decentralize instead, giving up their power. New research suggests why.
Vishal Gaur Named New Dean of Johnson School
Professor Vishal Gaur has been named the Anne and Elmer Lindseth Dean of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, effective July 1.
Cornell Economist Coedits PNAS Issue Focused on Value of Clean Water
A special issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences advances the science of measuring the public benefit of clean water.
Timeless Advice from SC Johnson College of Business Faculty and Alumni
Leaders in business and hospitality share words of wisdom for emerging leaders.
Viewers Favor Spontaneity in Entertainment and Sports – Except When They Don’t
Unplanned action lends authenticity to the performer, but only when their competence is high and the stakes are low.
One-Click Checkout Increases Spending and Engagement
Research by Johnson’s Young-Hoon Park and Murat Unal, PhD ’22, shows that customers increased spending after signing up for “one-click” checkout.
Dyson Professor Ralph Christy Recognized for Achievements in Teaching and Outreach
Professor Christy was honored with the George Washington Carver Public Service Hall of Fame Award by the Professional Agricultural Workers Conference.
Downsizing personal items can be just a snap away
A Cornell professor and her co-author learned, in a study involving hundreds of participants, that when individuals replace an item with a photo or memento, it satisfies the sense of ownership and makes downsizing easier.