Research With Impact
Ratings impact high-priced New York City restaurants that service tourists, but have less of an effect on restaurants frequented by “locals.”
SC Johnson College faculty used a novel mouse cursor-tracking method to reveal an intriguing interplay of cognitive processes that influence consumer decisions about brands and products.
Nineteen Cornell MBA students, PhD candidates, and postdoctoral fellows have joined the inaugural cohort of Green Technology Innovation Fellows.
In new research, Ovul Sezer, assistant professor at the Nolan Hotel School, and her co-authors, wanted to understand how people can introduce themselves on the networking platform LinkedIn with a high level of effectiveness and success.
Removing invasive plants at water collection points in Senegal lowers disease rates, and composting those plants can raise agricultural productivity.
To wield labor market power, large companies must centralize their hiring. But many decentralize instead, giving up their power. New research suggests why.
Unplanned action lends authenticity to the performer, but only when their competence is high and the stakes are low.