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Louis Hyman discusses the rise of the gig economy and how the gig economy is a consequence of “income volatility.” He discusses the ways businesses and the federal government can s...

For this special edition episode covering the COVID-19 pandemic, the Present Value team connected with some of Cornell’s top minds to discuss various aspects of the crisis. Dean An...

Professor Michael Waldman, a Professor of Economics at Johnson, discusses his decades of research into labor economics, including the role of job promotions, the benefits of latera...

Professor Ryan Guggenmos and Professor Kristina Rennekamp (MS '11 and PhD '12) introduce the field of behavioral accounting by discussing the common biases that individuals, invest...

Robert Frank, the Henrietta Johnson Louis Professor of Management and Professor of Economics at the Cornell Johnson Graduate School of Management, returns to Present Value to discu...

Reggie Fils-Aimé, the inaugural leader in residence at the Dyson School at Cornell University and former president and chief operating officer of Nintendo of America, breaks down h...

Eswar Prasad and Andrew Karolyi join us for a joint interview on a range of topics relating to emerging markets including measuring risk, the hegemony of the U.S. dollar, the U.S.-...

Sarah Kreps breaks down the history of U.S. war finance, from the Revolutionary War up through modern engagements such as Iraq and Afghanistan. Central to her analysis is the idea ...

Lynn Perry Wooten discusses her research in crisis leadership, the glass cliff phenomenon, and “positive deviance” behaviors for managers and organizations.  On crisis leadership, ...

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