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.
19th Annual Labor and Employment Law Roundtable
Wednesday, December 2, 1:00 p.m. EST
Join Cornell School of Hotel Administration faculty as they look ahead to the expected labor policies of the incoming Biden administration and discuss how the change in the White House is likely to affect issues such as workplace safety, labor law reform, and workplace discrimination.
Harmonic Hospitality: A symposium on the intersections among music, entrepreneurship, and hospitality
Thursday, December 3, 4:30 p.m. EST
Join Cornell School of Hotel Administration faculty as they discuss creativity, disruption, and engagement with artists and industry professionals. They will examine some of the connections among music, entrepreneurship, and hospitality through a series of panel and roundtable discussions.
Reopening restaurants after COVID-19: Lessons from Asia
Tuesday, December 8, 9:00 a.m. EST
Join us to hear directly from two Singapore-based restaurateurs as they share their experiences regarding how a food and beverage operation creates a safe, responsible environment for guests and staff that is both sensitive to the ongoing pandemic and economically viable for its stakeholders.
New York City real estate: Straight talk on the road to recovery
Wednesday, December 9, 11:00 a.m. EST
Join Dean Hallock in welcoming industry experts as they discuss how, and how successfully, New York City’s real estate ecosystem will rebound and what the 21st century’s “new normal” will be.
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.
Associate Professor Scott Yonker discusses investors sticking with the pandemic winners as uncertainty looms.
Assistant Professor Kevin Kniffin says it’s timely to revisit how employers and employees alike can best adapt to the times.
Professor Edward McLaughlin says that stores are better prepared for a second wave of consumer hoarding as preparations for a harsh winter begin.
Professor Chekitan Dev suggests viewing the COVID crisis as an opportunity will help travel and hospitality learn new ways to survive and thrive.
Professor Alex Susskind says fine-dining establishments have had to rethink their entire business during the pandemic.
Professor Michael Lynn discusses the trends he's seeing in the data around tipping during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.