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Nellie Brown, an expert on workplace health and safety, predicts the pandemic will result in more interest in strengthening weakened supply chains and in crisis planning. 

Competing for more than $35,000 in prize money, five teams made virtual presentations to a panel of judges April 17 to conclude the 10th annual Hospitality Business Plan Competition hosted by the School of Hotel Administration's Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship.

Five teams of Cornell undergraduates will participate in the finals of the New York Business Plan Competition, this year a virtual event beginning May 1.

Political scientist Gustavo A. Flores-Macías compares the economic consequences of COVID-19 to the 2008-09 recession. The pandemic, he says, will result in a poorer and more unequal U.S. society.

OWiC Technologies, a company developing microscopic optical scanning technology, was named winner of the annual BenDaniel Venture Challenge, held virtually on April 17.

Five eLab teams will share their progress this year during the annual eLab Demo Day celebration, which normally takes place on campus but this year will be a virtual event April 28.

Aimed at informing workers, unions, employers and policy leaders across New York state, a COVID-19 and Work hub was launched April 16 by the School of Industrial and Labor relations.

Economist Robert H. Frank discusses how COVID-19 will impact economic policy, such as public investments in medical research and hospital surge capacity.

In a special climate change issue of the Review of Financial Studies, nine new research papers – including two from Cornell – have staked new territory for scholarly study: finance sustainability.