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You Bad-Mouth Someone Via Email, Then Press Send. Now what?
You Bad-Mouth Someone Via Email, Then Press Send. Now what?
The article features advice from Christine Porath, associate professor of management, in response to the reader question, "You insult someone in an email and accidentally send it to that very...
Meet Georgetown’s MBA Class of 2018
Meet Georgetown’s MBA Class of 2018
Six hours south of New Haven, you’ll find another sleeping giant that is just starting to come into its own: Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Just 30 years old, McDonough’s full-...
More Wealth, More Jobs, But Not for Everyone: What Fuels the Backlash on Trade
More Wealth, More Jobs, But Not for Everyone: What Fuels the Backlash on Trade
Lower-income households have benefited from better prices on basic goods. As imports surged, the cost of baby and toddler clothes in the United States dropped by 10 percent from 1999 to 2013,...
Business Schools Are Digitizing The Admissions Process To Target Millennials
Business Schools Are Digitizing The Admissions Process To Target Millennials
This year at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, applicants will submit a one-minute video introducing themselves to their potential cohort. “The admissions process can become so anxiety-...
We Don't Know How Many Jobs Have Been Lost to Trade, And Here's Why
We Don't Know How Many Jobs Have Been Lost to Trade, And Here's Why
J. Bradford Jensen, the McCrane/Shaker Chair in International Business at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, argued that manufacturing job losses have a lot more to do with this new...
Brooks Holtom
Can Profit Sharing Help Your Paycheck?
Can Profit Sharing Help Your Paycheck?
Brooks Holtom, a professor with Georgetown's McDonough School of Business compared it to working for a large corporation versus a neighborhood deli. At the deli, he said, a clerk can work more...
Jason Schloetzer
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink Champions Long-Term Value Creation
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink Champions Long-Term Value Creation
A forthcoming study of 1,982 companies across 15 industries in the Journal of Corporate Finance found that the gap in share prices between well-governed firms and peers that made changes to conform...
A Sharpened Debate: Is It Ethical to Not Vote This Year for President?
A Sharpened Debate: Is It Ethical to Not Vote This Year for President?
"Most Americans think there's an obligation to vote," says Jason Brennan, a Georgetown University professor and author of The Ethics of Voting, though the percentages may be inflated...
Discussion: Impact of Candidates' Rhetoric on Trade Issues
Discussion: Impact of Candidates' Rhetoric on Trade Issues

WHAT: The Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will host “Beyond Mere Words: If the Candidates’ Rhetoric on Trade Is...

SeaWorld, Humane Society CEOs Discuss Values, Importance of Dialog
SeaWorld, Humane Society CEOs Discuss Values, Importance of Dialog

Two self-professed animal lovers – Joel Manby, president and CEO of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, and Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) –...

Veteran Presidential Campaign Speechwriters Share Insights on the Current Candidates
Veteran Presidential Campaign Speechwriters Share Insights on the Current Candidates

Speechwriters from past political campaigns discussed the rhetoric of current presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton during the Professional Speechwriters Association’s third...

New MBA Module, MOOC Prepare Global-Ready Leaders
New MBA Module, MOOC Prepare Global-Ready Leaders

This fall, two innovative initiatives will bring the best of technology enhanced business education to Georgetown McDonough MBA students and anyone in the world.

As Georgetown MBAs prepare...

The Value of Regulating Corporate Governance
The Value of Regulating Corporate Governance

As the debate persists over how much regulation should exist in the area of corporate governance in the United States and around the world, a team of researchers from Georgetown University’s...

William Novelli
End-Of-Life Conversations Are Difficult, But Necessary
End-Of-Life Conversations Are Difficult, But Necessary
While talking about end-of-life issues may not be pleasant, doing so is a must — when you still can. For further insight on this subject, it’s my pleasure to turn this conversation over to Bill...
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Black Associates Less Likely to Jump Firms with Co-Workers, Study Finds
Black Associates Less Likely to Jump Firms with Co-Workers, Study Finds
“Our analyses reveal that black lawyers who regained employment were less likely to move with former co-workers than were white lawyers,” the authors, Christopher I. Rider, of Georgetown’s McDonough...
What Do Private Equity Firms Say They Do?
What Do Private Equity Firms Say They Do?
A post by Vladimir Mukharlyamov, assistant professor of finance: Our new article, What Do Private Equity Firms Say They Do?, is the largest survey of private equity (PE) investors to date. While...

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