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The Rundown: Highlights from the week of July 20

Expert perspectives from Cornell SC Johnson College of Business faculty on COVID-19’s impact on business, hospitality, and the economy.

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COVID exacerbates malnutrition in India, study finds

Professor Prabhu Pingali finds India’s strict COVID-lockdown has led to increased produce prices, limiting the affordability of a diverse diet.

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The Rundown: Highlights from the week of July 13

Expert perspectives from Cornell SC Johnson College of Business faculty on COVID-19’s impact on business, hospitality, and the economy.

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What hotel staycations during Covid era will be like

Professor Christopher Anderson says goodbye to the buffet, hello to the pre-wrapped meal option.

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Spend more on society and get more for yourself

Professor Robert Frank says the current pandemic shows us that different spending patterns could improve both the health and well-being of almost everyone in America.

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Focus on hotels: Brand new world

A future hospitality brand shakeout is inevitable, says Professor Chekitan Dev, as hotels continue to operate through the COVID pandemic.

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Restaurants face closings as business slows and rents go unpaid

Professor Alex Susskind predicts that 30% of restaurants may go out of business as their incomes have been decimated by COVID-19 shutdowns.

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Will you see a second stimulus payment?

Professor Murillo Campello says the likelihood of a second stimulus payment to consumers is nearly 100 percent certain.

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The hunger crisis linked to coronavirus could kill more people than the disease itself, Oxfam warns

Associate Professor Miguel Gómez discusses global and U.S. food supply chains and how improvements can help populations avoid the worst case scenario.