Edward McLaughlin is Robert G. Tobin Professor of Marketing at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. His professional focus is marketing and retailing. He directs the Food Industry Management Program (FIMP), which conducts research and extends the results of that research to the food industry and public beyond. FIMP also offers a dozen executive education programs each year customized for both individuals and companies. Before being appointed interim Dyson dean, McLaughlin served as the associate director of the Dyson School and for 20 years directed the undergraduate business program, the largest undergraduate major at Cornell.
Gupta, Sachin; McLaughlin, Edward; Gómez, Miguel. "Guest Satisfaction and Restaurant Performance" Managing the Restaurant Experience: Best Practices in an Evolving Service Environment, Ed. Alex Susskind, Ed. Mark Maynard-Parisi. Cornell University Press. (forthcoming).
Yonezawa, Koichi; Gomez, Miguel; McLaughlin, Edward. "The Long Term Effect of Marketing Organic Products". American Association of Agricultural Economics. (2017)
McLaughlin, Edward. "On-Line Food Shopping: Peapod Accelerates Growth". Regent of the University of California. (2017)
McLaughlin, Edward. "Smart & Final: Catching the Next Wave of Growth". Regents of the University of California. (2014)