In a new book, Cornell's Gustavo Flores-Macías assesses how Latin American political factors impact the efficacy of tax reform.
A panel discussion—"Has Trump Changed Everything?"—kicked off programming of the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs on the Ithaca campus.
Cornell's Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue is among the independent scientists who tell the United Nations that "the future is now."
"International perspective is central to advancing knowledge," says Rachel Riedl, new director of Cornell's Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.
Funded by USAID-Egypt, a project with Cairo University targets agricultural improvements.
A multidisciplinary Cornell team will partner with colleagues in China to develop models to improve food produce quality and safety, and reduce waste.
Top 10 innovative countries: Switzerland, Sweden, United States, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Finland, Denmark, Singapore, Germany, Israel.
In northwest India, water-use policies delay rice transplantation and harvests, and inadvertently increase air pollution.
East Asia Program's scholarly press joins Cornell University Press as a new imprint.
The vice provost for international affairs and the vice provost for research issue a message to faculty about work with foreign collaborators, at home and abroad.