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.
How the Disruptive Business of Home-Sharing is Being Disrupted
Home sharing has opened up a world of opportunities for people looking to rent out their properties. Airbnb and similar companies have become a popular way for people to list […]
Fintech at Cornell hosts symposium advancing research in financial economics
The meeting brought together 80 academic participants from across the globe to help advance theoretical research in financial economics.
SHA working with hospitality foundation to strengthen DE&I for the industry
Dean Kate Walsh is collaborating with other industry leaders to ensure the future of the industry is as diverse as the customers it serves.
Machine learning research can detect fake news domains upon registration
Professor Bill Schmidt and colleagues used machine learning to develop a tool that pinpoints new domains created to promote false information.
How to train and attract future hospitality leaders?
Dean Kate Walsh discusses how COVID has impacted recent SHA alumni, forced changes in SHA teaching, and how hospitality can attract the best and brightest students.
COVID-19’s impact on work, workers, and the workplace of the future
A paper co-authored by Dyson’s Kevin Kniffin offers projections about the workplace of the future and roadmaps for future research and action.
Chris Marquis champions the B Corps model of resilient and sustainable capitalism
In his new book, Chris Marquis says a more resilient and sustainable capitalism should focus on environmental, social, and financial performance.
Bob Frank’s legacy as a teacher, behavioral economist, economic naturalist, and author
Robert H. Frank, Cornell professor of economics since 1972, champion of behavioral economics, and widely published author, retired July 1, 2020.