'Flash Crash' of 2010 Is History but Stock Markets Are Still Vulnerable
May 06, 2015
"A lot of what has happened since the Flash Crash is what I would call proactive regulation," said Maureen O'Hara,
Who really gets heard at work? Whoever’s in the majority
May 05, 2015
Jim Detert was a co-author of a study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, in which they found that bosses were less likely to value or even notice the suggestions of people who were wallflowers at work, new to the job, or racial minorities.
Negotiation tips from your ‘friends’
April 28, 2015
Beta Mannix gives insight into successful negotiation tips.
Panel: Poor leadership endangers family businesses
April 27, 2015
Rhett Weiss and Daniel Van Der Vliet were on a panel that discussed how poor leadership can endanger family businesses.
Americans' identification with middle class remains broad - struggles and all
April 26, 2015
Robert Frank is mentioned in this article about the continued shrinking of the middle class.
Johnson Profs Among World's Top 40 Under 40
April 22, 2015
Alumni, students share business ideas at Celebration.
April 21, 2015
Zach Shulman is mentioned in this article about Entrepreneurship @ Cornell.
Eco-Economics takes on Neoliberalism
April 20, 2015
Instead of "buying for glory", a social externality that drains nature s capital, Robert Frank, an economist at Cornell, suggests a progressive consumption tax.
Ugh. The worse inequality gets, the more people agree with Republicans
April 16, 2015
Robert Frank states that the worse inequality gets, the more people are apt to agree with Republicans.
Johnson Professor Ya-Ru Chen appointed Academic Dean of China Initiatives
April 13, 2015
Cornell-Tsinghua MBA/FMBA to launch May 2015
Johnson, sponsor at Fourth Annual Cornell China Conference 2015
April 10, 2015
Keynote speaker Dean Soumitra Dutta to share latest news on initiatives in China
Middle Class, but Feeling Economically Insecure
April 10, 2015
Robert Frank discusses the shrinking middle class and the adverse effects of income inequality.
JAMA Forum: On the Public Harms of Personal Health Care Choices
April 09, 2015
Robert Frank argues that spending on certain goods by the wealthy can harm those less well off.
‘PowerMoves@Detroit’ plan conference to help minority businesses
April 08, 2015
David BenDaniel states that what separates the wannabes from the successful entrepreneurs is persistence.
Noor Bank hosts MBA Students from Cornell University
April 07, 2015
Randy Allen and her class of 20 are hosted by Noor Bank in Dubai.
10 Steps to a Smarter Spending Plan
March 31, 2015
Johnson's Manoj Thomas shares tips for smarter budget planning.
Risk-Taking Critical to Innovating MBA Programs
March 13, 2015
Chinese internet giants head for Latin America
February 23, 2015
Emerging Markets Institute Director gives her view
The career builder's quiz
February 20, 2015
Zach Shulman is mentioned in this article about career builders.
Will 2015 Be the Year People Actually Do Something About Income Inequality?
February 17, 2015
Robert Frank is featured in this article relating to income equality and is 2015 the year it will be handled.
Prof. Karl Moore (McGill) video interview with @ glen_dowell of Cornell on sustainability
February 16, 2015
Prof. Karl Moore (McGill) video interview with @ glen_dowell of Cornell on sustainability www.corporate-sustainability.org/conferences/sixth-annual-research-conference...
The Importance of Recognizing Roles in a Team
February 12, 2015
Elizabeth (Beta) Mannix is featured in this article about recognizing the roles of members of a team.
Fund Pros Who Live Together, Buy Together
February 11, 2015
The Wall Street Journal reports on research by Johnson's Scott Yonker suggesting that managers are influenced by investments of peers who are "neighbors."
Reading the Tea Leaves in the SEC’s New Equity Market Structure Advisory Committee
February 10, 2015
Maureen O Hara, Robert W. Purcell Professor of Finance, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University and Chairman of the Board,