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Focusing on Innovative Interventions

Tata-Cornell Agriculture & Nutrition Initiative awarded $13.5 million grant from Gates Foundation 

Undergraduate Program

Dyson introduces a new undergraduate concentration in Business Analytics

Management

Prof. Brian Wansink's Food & Brand Lab uses behavioral economics to prompt healthy food choices

Management

Cornell to establish an integrated College of Business

Undergraduate Program

Dyson offers one of the smallest, most selective 4-year business programs in the U.S.

Food and Agricultural Economics

Cornell ranked in the top spot for agricultural economics

Environmental, Energy, & Resource Economics

Computing and Information Science receives $10M grant

Management

Prof. Vicki Bogan leads Dyson's new Institute for Behavioral and Household Finance

International and Development Economics

Prof. Ravi Kanbur on wealth, income distribution, and the need for a new theory of economic growth

Food and Agricultural Economics

Food Marketing Fellows study global business and marketing strategies in Portugal

Graduate Program

Ph.D. student Juan Hernandez-Aguilera studies coffee production in Cauca, Colombia

Undergraduate Program

Dyson business students thrive in our close-knit, non-cutthroat culture

DysonCast

Prof. Ravi Kanbur speaks about inequality at the UNU_WIDER 30th Anniversary Conference, "Mapping the Future of Development Economics," Helsinki, Finland.

Seminars and Events

Seminar: Evaluating the Risk of Chinese Housing Markets–Yongheng Deng

Feb 8 | 4:30 pm

Real estate is an important driver of the Chinese economy, which itself is vital for global growth. However, data limitations make it challenging to evaluate competing claims about the state of...

Location: Goldwin Smith Hall, Kaufmann Auditorium, G64

Farm and Family Business Succession Planning Seminar

Feb 11 | 8:00 am

This seminar is designed to provide attendees with an in-depth understanding of tax, estate, and business planning issues affecting farms and family businesses. Seminar speakers welcome your...

Location: Embassy Suites Hotel

Hidden Hunger: Invisible heterogeneity in soil zinc, crop zinc, and zinc deficiency in rural Uganda

Feb 18 | 12:20 pm

As part of the NS 6980 International Nutrition Seminar, Leah Bevis, a Doctoral Candidate from the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, will discuss the invisible heterogeneity in soil...

Location: Savage Hall, Rm 100

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