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Background Noise? TV Advertising Affects Real-Time Investor Behavior

What influences retail stock investing? Advertising–that’s according to Dyson Professor Jura Liaukonyte and her co-researchers.

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Researchers find grocery taxes harm low income households

Professor Harry Kaiser and his co-authors research the connection between grocery taxes and food insecurity in the United States.

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Leadership lessons from 2020: Navigating the new normal

Cornell SC Johnson College of Business faculty share lessons that leaders can gain from the experiences of 2020 and apply to 2021 and beyond.

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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.

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John Tobin-de la Puente is bridging the gap between private investment and conservation

John Tobin-de la Puente, professor of practice, is on a mission to bring about positive environmental change through the power of private investment.

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Research Recap: Can groundwater conservation policies have unintended consequences?

C.-Y. Cynthia Lin Lawell and Cornell students examine possible perverse consequences of incentive-based programs for agricultural groundwater conservation.

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Beyond #MeToo: Re-examining sexual harassment in the workplace

Dean Wooten and co-author Erika James re-examine their original findings amidst a sea of recent sexual assault allegations.

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The cost of water

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.

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How federal disaster money favors the rich

Dyson professor Catherine Kling offers insights into the benefit-cost analysis the Army Corps of Engineers does to decide which properties are worth saving after a natural disaster.