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Pattie Lovett-Reid: Want to Pay Down Your Debt Fast? Here’s How
Pattie Lovett-Reid: Want to Pay Down Your Debt Fast? Here’s How
Simon Blanchard, professor of marketing at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in Washington, D.C., has conducted timely research that explores the psychology behind how consumers...
Allan-Eberhart-PhD-Georgetown
3 Reasons to Invest In South Africa
3 Reasons to Invest In South Africa
An op-ed by Allan Eberhart, professor of finance: “When Nelson Mandela was released from a 27-year prison term in 1990, with much of it spent doing hard labor and virtually no contact with family or...
Liberals, Conservatives Have More in Common Than They Think
Liberals, Conservatives Have More in Common Than They Think
An op-ed by Thomas Mulligan, postdoctoral fellow: “Our country is broken. This proposition is so uncontroversial nowadays that it is regarded not with a sense of shock or tragedy but as a banal fact...
Matthew McKenna Joins Global Social Enterprise Initiative as Executive in Residence
Matthew McKenna Joins Global Social Enterprise Initiative as Executive in Residence

Matthew M. McKenna (L ’75) has joined the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) as an executive in residence for 2017. He brings to GSEI...

MBA Ranks 21
MBA Programs Among Nation’s Best
MBA Programs Among Nation’s Best

U.S. News & World Report continues to rate the Georgetown McDonough MBA among the nation’s best,...

Christine Porath
Prevent the Incivility of the Election from Infiltrating the Workplace
Prevent the Incivility of the Election from Infiltrating the Workplace
An op-ed by Chris Porath, associate professor of management: The political fracture currently felt in our country is also evident in the workplace. In a poll of over 250 people that I conducted this...
Rebecca Cassidy
Companies and Industries Where College Grads Are Most Satisfied
Companies and Industries Where College Grads Are Most Satisfied
“They want to work for the Facebooks. They want to work for Google. They want to work for firms in Silicon Valley,” Rebecca Cassidy, the associate dean of the undergraduate office of professional...
Is Trump Hate-Tweeting You? Find Out if it’s Really a Crisis
Is Trump Hate-Tweeting You? Find Out if it’s Really a Crisis
Whether it’s gauging the public response to a presidential tweet or a self-inflicted wound like Wells Fargo’s, experts say this kind of real-time brand tracking has become a necessity. “A tool like...
Exactly What To Do If You’ve Been Sexually Harassed At Work
Exactly What To Do If You’ve Been Sexually Harassed At Work
In the U.S., even though the law has been in place for over 50 years, harassment persists, says Catherine Tinsley, PhD, because “men have more social status.” Tinsley, a professor of management at...
Latest Data Show Strengthening Economy, Set Stage for Rate Hikes
Latest Data Show Strengthening Economy, Set Stage for Rate Hikes
An op-ed by Sumit Agarwal, professor of finance: The January inflation numbers are in. With Consumer Price Index (CPI) registering at 2.5 percent and the Personal Consumption Expenditure (PCE) index...
Thomas Cooke
Caterpillar Offices Raided in Probe Related to Swiss Unit
Caterpillar Offices Raided in Probe Related to Swiss Unit
"There are collateral consequences that can be as significant, if not more significant, than the fines themselves" that companies must pay in such cases, said Thomas Cooke, professor at...
The DC Inno Tech Madness Bracket Is Here
The DC Inno Tech Madness Bracket Is Here
Several Georgetown University start-ups are represented in the DC Inno Tech Madness bracket.
Ricardo Ernst
The Tax of Discord
The Tax of Discord
The import tax advocated by the Trump administration: is it the model to follow or is it a poison for growth? We discussed it with Ricardo Ernst.
Chris Long
How Managers can Become Trustworthy Leaders
How Managers can Become Trustworthy Leaders
Christopher Long is the Assistant Professor of Management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. He’s an expert in the areas of leadership, organizational design, and organizational...
LikeFolio Making A Case for Social Media Data in Market Research
LikeFolio Making A Case for Social Media Data in Market Research
To prove its effectiveness, LikeFolio provided four years’ worth of its social media data and sentiment scoring to Vicki Tang, an associate professor in accounting at Georgetown University’s...
Business School: Online MBA Ranking and the 400-Year-Old Glass Ceiling
Business School: Online MBA Ranking and the 400-Year-Old Glass Ceiling
Charles Skuba, professor of the practice in marketing and international business, at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, US, selects two stories.

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