In the Media
Professor Kaushik Basu writes the COVID-19 crisis provides opportunity for economists to rethink some of the ideas they have long taken for granted.
Dean Kate Walsh says that investment in new cleanliness protocols, born from the pandemic, is a cost that hotels will take on because they have to.
What we’ve learned from how sustainability and sustainable companies have weathered the Covid-19 crisis
Professor Mark Milstein says that COVID-19 is not distracting many companies from their sustainability commitments as they deal with the pandemic.
Associate Professor Robert J. Kwortnik describes the great lengths hotels are taking to ensure sanitization and guest safety.
Lecturer Douglas Miller says that, for many restaurants, focusing on delivery during the onset of COVID-19 was the only way to stay in business.
Juneteenth gives corporate America a chance to act on pledges to fight racism following George Floyd’s killing
Dean Lynn Perry Wooten discusses Juneteenth as many companies begin to give their employees the day off or a day of reflection.
Senior Lecturer Stephani Robson says even a little home reorganizing and redecorating can indeed alleviate anxiety.