News — Business for a Better World
Research by Dyson’s Todd Schmit and Roberta Severson surveys the economic landscape of broadband markets across rural northern New York.
Professor Harry Kaiser discussed his recent analysis at the U.S. Grains Council's 15th International Marketing Conference and 58th Annual Membership Meeting in Houston.
Research Recap: Funding research rather than mandating consumption might be a more effective method for renewable fuel policy
Research co-authored by the Dyson School’s Cynthia Lin Lawell examines the EPA’s renewable fuel standard (RFS) and recommends ways to improve renewable fuel policy and climate policy.
Assistant Professor Geoff Fisher has been selected as a faculty fellow by Cornell’s Institute for the Social Sciences. The fellowship gives young social scientists time, money, and resources to concentrate on their research at a crucial point in their careers.
By the last night of the trip, there was a general sentiment of deep-seated appreciation for the opportunity to be exposed to the realities of agribusiness development in Uganda.
Associate Professor Miguel Gomez discusses how gleaning operations can reduce the amount of food wasted and help feed those suffering from food insecurity.
FreshFruitPortal.com features associate professor Bradley Rickard's research on apple names presented at the New York Produce Show and Conference.
Associate Professor Miguel Gomez discusses his co-authored studies that offer policymakers a better understanding of how regional food systems could provide healthier food.
Associate Professor Aija Leiponen tells the Albany Business Review that the net neutrality order could influence other states, though the end impact is yet to be seen.
Steven Kyle, associate professor, made his annual assessment of the current national economy and predictions for the coming year at the 2018 Agricultural and Food Business Outlook Conference.
Professor David Just tells Vox that new research from NYU and Tufts lays the groundwork for a federal junk food tax when the U.S. has a Congress that's open to the idea.
Professor Eswar Prasad and PhD student Isha Agarwal (economics) outline five recommendations for the financial sector from their full-length India IMPACT Series paper with Brookings India.
Selectively breeding "supercows" has resulted in fewer animals producing more milk, which could improve the dairy industry’s carbon “hoofprint.”
Potential changes in the upcoming 2018 Farm Bill have sparked a debate on how U.S. international food aid programs should provide assistance.
Interested in preparing students for careers in both science and business, Dr. Levine helped establish the Dyson Business Minor for Life Sciences Majors.
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