Faculty in the News
The Next Challenge for Puerto Rico's Recovery
Associate Professor Steven Kyle discusses some of the problems complicating Puerto Rico's recovery efforts following Hurricane Maria
A Bioeconomic Model of Ecosystem Services Provision: Coffee Berry Borer and Shade-grown Coffee in Columbia
Research co-authored by Dyson's Miguel Gomez determines the "shade-level" sweet spot Columbian farmers should use.
How “Free-From” and Other Food Labels Actually Affect Us
Science and technology can positively impact food production, but labeling can also cause confusion and consumer error.
3 Ways Hurricane Harvey Could Affect You No Matter Where you Live
Associate Professor Steven Kyle explains the impact of Hurrican Harvey on capital assets, including houses, roads and office buildings.
Harvey's Local Toll Substantial, But Unlikely to Ding U.S. GDP
Dyson's Steven Kyle weighs in on the local and national economic impact of Hurricane Harvey's aftermath and unprecedented flooding in Texas and Louisiana.
Agricultural Export Promotion Programs Creative Positive Economic Impacts
Professor Harry M. Kaiser shares recent research that assesses how the U.S. economy is affected by private- and taxpayer-funded promotion activities.
How to Feed More People Worldwide
Chris Barrett Shares How to Feed More People Worldwide in US News
Global finance leaders dodge conflict with Trump White House
CNBC Online quotes Eswar Prasad on the changes in the IMF and G-20 communiques
CVS, Starbucks Highlight America’s Love-Hate Relationship With Sugar
David Just talks to NBC about Sugar and Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino
China just dodged a bullet on currency issue
Eswar Prasad discusses with CNBC Online how China may have escaped being labeled a currency manipulator but Washington still has concerns
U.S. and Canada dispute milk trade
Andrew Novakovic explains the milk trade loophole between the U.S. and Canada.
Forcing People At Vending Machines to Wait Nudges Them to Buy Healthier Snacks
Dyson's David Just on NPR speaking about how a time delay may be a better option than taxing unhealthy snacks in vending machines.
China's Global Currency Ambitions Falling Flat With Central Banks
The Wall Street Journal quotes Eswar Prasad on China's economy and its foreign exchange reserve.
'Rough Sledding' for Trump Policies
Eswar Prasad speaking to CNBC of conflicting concerns within the republican party
Are Dairy Farms Getting Their Fair Share?
Prof. Andrew Novakovic gives insight to price regulations in the dairy industry
CICER Brings China Experts Across Campus Together
Dyson's Shanjun Li teams up with Panle Barwick creating a platform for Cornell economists to talk about China
NCGA Study Shows Crop Insurance Returns Have Decreased
Research conducted by Assistant Professor, Joshua Woodard and fellow researchers shows the recent decline in crop insurance returns
China’s fixation on stability creates economic risks
As China gears up for a high-level leadership transition at its party congress in November, stability has become the main watchword in Beijing, dictating everything from economic policies to reform efforts, writes Prof. Eswar Prasad, Financial Times.
The Ongoing Debate Over Farmland Taxation
Prof. Jennifer Ifft writes on concerns of preferential tax treatment for agriculture land and the recent declines in farm profitability.
Suspending Fast Track H-1B Visas to Hurt US Economy
Dyson's A.K. Basu comments on the U.S. decision to suspend fast-track H-1B visas
A Chocolate Candy Aims To Make the World Think About Hunger
Dyson's Chris Barrett comments to NPR on food waste reduction and global hunger.
Financial squall ahead? Economic forum is Jan. 24
Buckle up your economic seat belts: Cornell's Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management will host the annual Agricultural and Food Business Outlook Conference on Jan. 24.
Microbiome experts to speak at World Economic Forum
Three Cornell University faculty will present big ideas on microbiome science to a gathering of influential thought leaders at the World Economic Forum Jan. 18 in Davos, Switzerland.
New research shows politics reverse fates of some stocks after White House elections
Research by Dyson’s Jawad Addoum shows that stock returns in politically sensitive industries fall into predictable patterns after a new president is elected – and the effect is twice as strong when there’s a change in party.
Healthy behaviors determine weight-loss surgery success
Bariatric surgery can slim your body, but attitude and behavior also play key roles in long-term weight loss, according to new research from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab.
ISS jump-starts new research led by junior faculty
The Institute for the Social Sciences has awarded 14 small grants to Cornell faculty at seven colleges this fall.
Einaudi announces new round of seed and small grants
The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies has awarded four seed grants and four small grants to Cornell faculty members to support their international research.
Yonker paper wins Wharton award
Dyson professor found a way to estimate for the first time the cost of the Madoff scandal to the financial intermediation industry
Men are at risk of overeating in social settings, study shows
A new study appearing in the Nov. 24 in Frontiers in Nutrition finds men are at particular risk of overeating in social situations.
Miguel Gómez Goes Double Duty At New York Produce Show
Gómez taught on Northeast greenhouse potential and global trade