Associate Director, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
My professional focus is marketing and retailing. The Food Industry Management Program that I direct conducts research and extends the results of that research to the food industry and public beyond. The FIMP offers a dozen executive education programs each year customized for both individuals and companies. I am the Associate Director of the Dyson School and for 20 years have served as the Director of the Undergraduate Business Program, the largest undergraduate major at Cornell.
Outreach and Extension Focus
McLaughlin, E. W. (2015). On-Line Food Shopping: Peapod Finds a Path. Purdue University
McLaughlin, E. W. (2014). Smart & Final: Catching the Next Wave of Growth. Regents of the University of California.
McLaughlin, E. W. (2011). Giant Pursues Ukrops. McGraw-Hill.
McLaughlin, E. W. (2011). Private Label Positioning—the Case of Harris Teeter. McGraw-Hill.
McLaughlin, E. W. (2010). The Ripe Stuff: Schnuck's Produce Challenge. Regents of the University of California.
Marketing, food industry
Awards and Honors
- Best Paper Award 2013 "Taxing Food and Beverages: Theory, Evidence, and Policy" (2013) American Journal of Agricultural Economics
- Best Paper Award 2007, “Guest Satisfaction and Restaurant Performance", Cornell Hospitality Quarterly 2007 48:284-298 (2008) Cornell Hospitality Quarterly
- Weiss Presidential Teaching Fellow (2007) Cornell University
- Presidential Award for Excellence in Research and Communication (2000) Food Distribution Research Society
- SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (1998)
- McLaughlin, E. W., Kaiser, H. M., & Rickard, B. J. (2014). Promoting Fresh Produce: A Losing Battle? Agribusiness. 30:370-384.
- Zheng, Y., McLaughlin, E. W., & Kaiser, H. M. (2013). Salience and Taxation: Salience Effect vs. Information Effect. Applied Economic Letters. 20:508-510.
- Zheng, Y., McLaughlin, E. W., & Kaiser, H. M. (2013). Taxing Food and Beverages: Theory, Evidence, and Policy. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 95:705-723.
- Simon, D. H., Gomez, M., McLaughlin, E. W., & Wittink, D. (2009). Employee Attitudes, Customer Satisfaction, and Sales Performance: Assessing the Linkages in US Grocery Stores. Managerial and Decision Economics. 30:27-41.
- Gomez, M., Rao, V., & McLaughlin, E. W. (2007). Empirical Analysis of Budget and Allocation of Trade Promotions in the U.S. Supermarket Industry. Journal of Marketing Research. 44:410-424.
- McLaughlin, E. W. (2004). The dynamics of fresh fruit and vegetable pricing in the supermarket channel. Preventive Medicine. 39S2:81-87.
- Sirohi, N., McLaughlin, E. W., & Wittink, D. R. (1998). A Model of Consumer Perceptions and Store Loyalty Intentions for a Supermarket Retailer. Journal of Retailing. 74:223-245.
- McLaughlin, E. W., Gomez, M., & Hardesty, S. (2014). Can Local Food Markets Expand? Growing Local: Case Studies on Local Food Supply Chains King R.P., M. Hand and M.I. Gómez (ed.), University of Nebraska Press.
- Gomez, M., McLaughlin, E. W., & Park, K. S. (2014). Case Studies on Local Food Supply Chains: Apple Case Studies in the Syracuse, New York MSA. Comparing the Structure, Size, and Performance of Local and Mainstream Food Supply Chains King R.P., M. Hand and M.I. Gómez (ed.), University of Nebraska Press.
- McLaughlin, E. W., & Gomez, M. (2014). Food Distribution. p. 345-370 Introduction to the US Food System: Public Health, Environment and Equity Neff, R. (ed.), John Wiley Sons, Inc..