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Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to Present “How Foreign Direct Investment Affects U.S. Jobs: A Policy Forum” on Capitol Hill, May 31
Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to Present “How Foreign Direct Investment Affects U.S. Jobs: A Policy Forum” on Capitol Hill, May 31

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 25, 2017

DISCUSSION: U.S. JOB CREATION AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to...

Consumer Spending Likely to Increase According to Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research’s Problem-Driven Consumption Index
Consumer Spending Likely to Increase According to Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research’s Problem-Driven Consumption Index

Contact:

Molly Fleenor

(202) 687-5254

Molly.Fleenor@georgetown.edu

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 22, 2017

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Larry Downes
How Not to Close the Digital Divide
How Not to Close the Digital Divide
An op-ed by Larry Downes, project director at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy: “Thirteen percent of adult Americans still don’t use the Internet. And while today’s digital have-...
Arthur Dong
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad Confirmed to Become U.S. Ambassador to China
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad Confirmed to Become U.S. Ambassador to China
"Probably one of the most important consulate postings facing the United States as we enter this new phase of China-U.S. relations," said Arthur Dong, a professor at Georgetown University.
When Did Busy Become Cool?
When Did Busy Become Cool?
When Americans hear “busy,” they think “status,” a link that Silvia Bellezza and Neeru Paharia, marketing professors at Columbia Business School and Georgetown, tested in recent study.
Low Supply, High Demand — Unpacking Housing
Low Supply, High Demand — Unpacking Housing
An op-ed by Sumit Agarwal, William G. Droms Term Professor: “Housing starts were down in April by 2.6 percent, following a 6.6-percent decline in March. This is the lowest level since last November....
Jared Kushner’s Other Real Estate Empire
Jared Kushner’s Other Real Estate Empire
When I presented JK2 Westminster’s record of litigation to Matthew Cypher, a Georgetown University business professor who used to work for the real estate giant Invesco, he said it was highly unusual...
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the Emerging Frauds in the Digital Age Conference
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the Emerging Frauds in the Digital Age Conference
"Technology is rapidly transforming our financial ecosystem in both good and bad ways. Technology offers new investment vehicles to stimulate the economy and bring economic growth. At the same...
Exclusive: This New Effort to Fund Minority Businesses Has Big-Name Backer, 'Real Teeth'
Exclusive: This New Effort to Fund Minority Businesses Has Big-Name Backer, 'Real Teeth'
JPMorgan Chase is donating $500,000 locally toward what is being called Ascend 2020, which will be led by Project 500, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, the Washington Area...
Arthur Dong
China's Rising Debt Prompts Moody's Downgrade
China's Rising Debt Prompts Moody's Downgrade
“There are concerns that as China’s economy slows, pressure will mount on both corporate and governmental sector and their ability to service their outstanding debt,” said Arthur Dong, professor at...
Christine Porath
Making Positive Psychology Work
Making Positive Psychology Work
Christine Porath is an associate professor at the School of Business at Georgetown University. Christine’s research focuses on leadership, organizational culture, the effects of bad behavior in...
Michelle Roch
Interview with Michelle Roch, MBA Admissions at Georgetown McDonough
Interview with Michelle Roch, MBA Admissions at Georgetown McDonough
Listen to a podcast on CentreCourt Live with Michelle Roch, senior assistant director of marketing automation, who offers insights on the MBA admissions process.
Why a B-school Student Chose Indian Football as a Class Project
Why a B-school Student Chose Indian Football as a Class Project
Business school students in the U.S. choosing football as the topic for their class projects is not unusual. But what is surprising about Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business...
Executive Education, Innovation Expert to Become New McDonough School of Business Dean
Executive Education, Innovation Expert to Become New McDonough School of Business Dean

Paul Almeida, deputy dean of executive education and innovation at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, will become the school’s new dean on Aug. 1.

Almeida, an expert in business...

Novelli Guest Edits Journal on Aging
Novelli Guest Edits Journal on Aging

William Novelli, distinguished professor of the practice and founder of the Global Social Enterprise Initiative at Georgetown’...

Estoril Conference
Dean to Address Global Migration at Conference
Dean to Address Global Migration at Conference

Rohan Williamson, interim dean and the Bolton Sullivan and Thomas A. Dean Chair of International Business at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, will speak at the 2017 Estoril Conference, “...

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