How is COVID-19 affecting businesses, hospitality, the economy, management, finance, policy, and employment practices? What does the future hold? College thought leaders are connecting with faculty across the university to provide guidance and insights during this worldwide crisis.
Get expert advice and learn how COVID-19 is affecting business, the economy, hospitality, management, supply chain, finance, and more. Registration is open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Thriving in isolation: Health and human connection
Friday, October 23, 1:00 p.m. EDT
Join this live, interactive panel on utilizing health, hospitality, and design to reframe human connection, share our humanity, and promote inclusion. Academic research and industry practices will be presented to deepen the understanding of diverse employee needs and strategies for boosting our capacities to thrive in isolation.
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Professor Emeritus Bob Frank argues that increasing the capital gain tax could make money available to help many aspects of our society.
Professor Emeritus Bob Frank explains just how this is a possibility.
Uptick in COVID-19 cases makes it difficult to bring back jobs. ‘Some people may be put out of the job market for a long time.’July 30, 2020
Professor Murillo Campello says that the employment disruption created by COVID-19 has necessitated everyone to take a hard look at their skills.
Professor Eswar Prasad says rising imports to U.S. shores is a bright spot for the current economic recovery.
Professor David Just, a behavioral economist, discusses the risks of repercussions on maskless individuals in public.
While economic growth is sloping downwards, Associate Professor Steven Kyle says the current state of the economy is not a textbook recession.
SHA Dean Kate Walsh discusses cleanliness and communication as hotel brands leverage sanitization as a selling point following a harsh travel year.
SHA Dean Kate Walsh says that health safety and cleanliness will be the biggest differentiators in the near future of the hospitality industry.
SHA professor Robert Kwortnik, a cruise expert, says that trips to no where could be a solution for the industry hit hard by COVID-19.
Hooker, a veteran food industry executive, will teach a new course this fall covering global supply-chain issues surfaced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor Murillo Campello has leveraged big data on job-vacancy postings to reveal several dimensions of the impact of COVID-19 on the U.S. job market.
Professor Shanjun Li has been awarded a Cornell Atkinson Rapid Response Fund grant to examine the economic and environmental consequences of COVID-19.
Professor David Just has been awarded a Rapid Response Fund grant from Cornell's Atkinson Center to examine food bank interest and use in the age of COVID-19.