Dyson Faculty Research Videos
Suzanne Shu, College Dean of Faculty and Research
Suzanne B. Shu introduces the Research With Impact video series, highlighting Cornell SC Johnson College of Business faculty advances in purposeful scholarship. These videos are a companion resource to the annual Research With Impact publication. This page features Dyson faculty contributions.
Chris Barrett, Stephen B. and Janice G. Ashley Professor of Applied Economics and Management, discusses the post-harvest value chain.
Professor Nancy Chau discusses recent research on the increase and effects of contract employment.
Chris Forman describes his research on IT investment conditions and knowledge sharing.
Professor Miguel Gómez discusses his research on eco-labels and coffee growers.
Cathy Kling, Tisch University Professor and Faculty Director of the David R. Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, discusses the economic valuation of ecosystem services.
Professor Aija Leiponen discusses her examination of firms’ practices in relation to data privacy.
Matt Marx, Bruce F. Failing, Sr. Professor of Personal Enterprise, discusses recent research investigating why some scientific discoveries are more commercially successful than others.
Eswar Prasad, Nandlal P. Tolani Senior Professor of International Trade Policy, shares his expertise on the impacts of digital payments on the future of money.
John Tobin-de la Puente
John Tobin-de la Puente discusses his research into ways to facilitate investment in conservation.
Assistant Professor Nathan Yang discusses his research into the causes of mass retail closures.
Assistant Professor Jawad Addoum discusses his recent research on the effects of climate change on firms’ overhead costs. May 2021.
Vicki Bogan, associate professor and Geller Family Professor of Applied Economics and Management, discusses her research into the influence of emotions on financial behavior and decision-making, her policy work, and her passion project, the Institute for Behavioral and Household Finance. May 2021.
Professor Aija Leiponen discusses her research on conflict and cooperation as part of firms’ innovation strategies. May 2021.
Professor Jura Liaukonyte discusses her research on the economics of advertising and information, recently on the effects of advertising on investor behavior. May 2021.
Professor Matt Marx offers an overview of his work on removing barriers to entrepreneurship, the effect of employee non-compete clauses on women entrepreneurs, and his passion project, relianceonscience.org. May 2021.
Professor Suzanne Shu discusses her research on decision-making for consumers, financial decisions in retirement, and psychological ownership. May 2021.
Professor Miguel Gomez discusses the effects of the pandemic on food supply chains. April 2020.
Prof. Andy Novakovic talks about his interest in economics and solving complex business and policy questions.
Prof. Cal Turvey speaks about his latest projects and his passion for understanding agriculture in China.
Prof. Miguel Gómez on his work with a multidisciplinary team to develop a competitive, year-round East Coast broccoli industry.
Prof. Ravi Kanbur on using economic methods to address inequality and poverty in the world.
Prof. Aija Leiponen on how she is using unstructured “big data” to study the wireless telecommunications industry.
Prof. Shanjun Li on using economic incentives to increase consumer adoption of electric vehicles.
talks about his interest in financial markets and how investor behavior affects financial market outcomes.