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Minority Coaches in the NFL
Chris Rider, assistant professor of strategy, appeared on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” to discuss his research on minority coaches in the NFL.
Entrepreneurship Day
Find the Right College to Be an Entrepreneur
At Georgetown, students can't major or minor in entrepreneurship, but the entrepreneurial fellows program is one way for students to learn more about this career path, says Alyssa Lovegrove,...
The Key To Financial Success In 2016: Don't Sweat The Small Stuff
A guest post by Alan Eberhart, director of the Master of Science in Finance program and professor of finance: “If you are looking for ways to improve your finances in the new year, the Internet is...
James Moore
Politics on Agenda in Companies
In a video interview with the Financial Times, James P. Moore, Jr., managing director of the Business, Society, and Public Policy Initiative discusses the importance of greater collaboration between...
Georgetown Business Fall 2014
30 Under 30: Manufacturing & Industry
Jeff Stefanis (B ’13), co-founder and CEO of Riide, is listed in Forbes Magazine’s 2016 30 Under 30 list in the manufacturing and industry category.
Arthur Dong
China Currency Drop Will Spur Capital Flight, Fall In Asset Values, Business Scholar Says
The fall in the value of China’s currency to five-year lows as 2016 opens is going to lead to “significant capital flight and with that, an overall decline in asset values,” according to Arthur Dong...
Inventor of Market Circuit Breakers Says China Got It Wrong
“What would have happened if we had just halted at the bottom?” said James Angel, a professor at Georgetown University. “We never, never would have had the quick snap back up. Closing prices for...
Business Schools Build on Real Estate Boom
“[Banking] is what everyone thinks they’re supposed to do, as opposed to what they want to do,” says Matthew Cypher, director of the centre for real estate at Georgetown’s McDonough School of...
Chris Rider
New Study Exposes the NFL's Real Coaching Diversity Crisis
According to new research from professors at Georgetown, George Washington, Emory and Iowa State University, white position coaches and assistants in the NFL are more than twice as likely to be...
Chris Long
For a Renewed You, Listening and Learning in the New Year
Today, as is my tradition, I hand the column over to some of the wise and wonderful folks I interviewed in 2015, letting them share their workplace thoughts and advice as we head into 2016…Chris Long...
August Mayhem Escalated U.S. Stock Exchange Review of Safeguards
“There’s a big foment going on in the industry about what did we see on Aug. 24 and what can we do to prevent a recurrence," said Jim Angel, a finance professor at Georgetown University in...
Lessons of Wall Street’s August Turmoil
“Financial markets are always on an earthquake fault and that fault can move at any time,” says James Angel, a professor at Georgetown University. “We cannot get too complacent. We have to continue...
Jason Schloetzer
More CEOs Are Becoming Like Warren Buffett
"Going back as far as the 1970s, the relation between better stock market performance for the company and longer CEO tenure is quite strong," says Jason Schloetzer, an associate professor...
Norean Sharpe
Embracing Risk: How Uncertainty Can Lead to Opportunity in Higher Ed Institutions
An op-ed by Norean Sharpe, senior associate dean and director of undergraduate programs at Georgetown McDonough: “We live in a global economy, where risk is unavoidable. Thus before us we have a...
Georgetown McDonough senior Richie Bertrand reflects on his time at Georgetown McDonough.
Seniors Reflect on Their Best Georgetown McDonough Moments

#MyHoyaMoment

With the holiday season upon us, we are asking graduating seniors and other upperclassmen at the Georgetown McDonough School of Business to tell us about #...

michael czinkota
The Cost of Terrorism Keeps on Rising
An op-ed by Michael Czinkota, associate professor of international business: “Policy measures intended to increase security may lessen the efficiency of global transportation and logistical systems....

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