Robert Frank, economics professor at Johnson, weighs in on why, all too often, legal outcomes are based on the ability of defendants to pay for A-List representation.
Dhanushka Kadawatharatchie, Dyson ’19, has been named one of the Best & Brightest Business Majors by Poets & Quants.
Five student teams pitched their hospitality-oriented startups at the ninth annual Cornell Hospitality Business Plan Competition.
Two deans and three faculty members from the SC Johnson College offered a multilayered discussion on business and technology in the age of rising inequality.
Mark Milstein and the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise co-authored a report describing how destinations must uncover and account for tourism’s hidden costs.
Marissa Block, SHA ’19, has been named one of the Best & Brightest Business Majors by Poets & Quants. After graduation, Block will join ZS Associates as a hospitality insights and strategy consultant.
Dyson professor Cathy Kling writes and records an audio essay on the costs of water pollution, as featured on a recent episode of Cornell’s Arts & Sciences podcast.
Johnson economics professor Ori Heffetz co-authors a report examining the effect working alongside robots has on human self-esteem and labor output.
Dyson associate professor Steven Kyle forecasts what the future holds for Brexit, appearing as a guest alongside CGTN’s Elaine Reyes.