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Death of a Trade Deal: U.S. Must Face Realities of Global Economy
Death of a Trade Deal: U.S. Must Face Realities of Global Economy
An article by Charles J. Skuba, professor of the practice in international business and marketing: On Monday, President Trump killed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). It was a fait accompli. The...
michael czinkota
Balance Trade by Boosting Exports Through Government Promotion
Balance Trade by Boosting Exports Through Government Promotion
An article by Michael R. Czinkota, associate professor: The Trump administration is attempting to lower imports in order to rebalance trade after decades of U.S. neglect toward economic relationships...
Arthur Dong
Trump's 'Buy American' Policy Directly Conflicts With How His Own Hotels Operate
Trump's 'Buy American' Policy Directly Conflicts With How His Own Hotels Operate
Arthur Dong, a professor of strategy and economics at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, has consulted for companies in the hospitality industry, and says people would...
Global MBA Ranking 2017
Global MBA Ranking 2017
Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business was ranked 18th in the United States and 40th in the world in the latest Financial Times Global MBA ranking.
The Time for Ownership: The Future of Business and Governance in Africa: Feb. 4
The Time for Ownership: The Future of Business and Governance in Africa: Feb. 4

Event Sponsored by Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and African Studies Program

WHAT:  Georgetown University’s McDonough School of...

Journal of Finance Awards David McLean the Amundi Smith Breeden First Prize
Journal of Finance Awards David McLean the Amundi Smith Breeden First Prize

David McLean, associate professor of finance and Anderson Faculty Fellow at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, has been awarded the annual Amundi Smith Breeden First Prize for his research...

Facebook VP and CMO Gary Briggs Shares Insights
Facebook VP and CMO Gary Briggs Shares Insights

On Jan. 18, Gary Briggs, vice president and chief marketing officer at Facebook, spoke at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business in a fireside chat with Betsy Sigman, distinguished teaching...

William Novelli
William Novelli Joins American Cancer Society Board of Directors
William Novelli Joins American Cancer Society Board of Directors

Georgetown McDonough Distinguished Professor of the Practice and Global Social Enterprise Initiative founder William D. Novelli was elected to the 2017 American Cancer Society Board of Directors....

Marketing Small Businesses to Compete with Goliaths like Amazon
Marketing Small Businesses to Compete with Goliaths like Amazon

It is a tough marketplace for small businesses today, as they compete against superstores like Walmart and online retail giants like Amazon, which recently reported its best-ever holiday shopping...

Christine Porath
How Rudeness Stops People from Working Together
How Rudeness Stops People from Working Together
An article by Christine Porath: Incivility can fracture a team, destroying collaboration, splintering members’ sense of psychological safety, and hampering team effectiveness. Belittling and...
Map Out a Year's Worth of Shopping Right Now
Map Out a Year's Worth of Shopping Right Now
Department stores always seem to have clothing on sale, but deals improve at the end of each season. Retailers “want to charge the most to consumers who want to have it early,” says Rebecca Hamilton...
Venture Capital Learning for Georgetown McDonough MBAs
Venture Capital Learning for Georgetown McDonough MBAs
Clear Admit: Why did Georgetown decide to start the MBA Venture Fellows Program? Jeff Reid: It was a mix of several factors. Our students are definitely interested in venture capital (VC); it’s a...
Ricardo Ernst.
Myths And Realities Of Protectionism And Globalization
Myths And Realities Of Protectionism And Globalization
We decipher their myths and the realities of these two key influential points for companies and governments behind what happened at the World Economic Forum and the main challenges ahead of the new...
Skipping Saturday’s Protests Could be the most Ethical Choice Trump Opponents can Make
Skipping Saturday’s Protests Could be the most Ethical Choice Trump Opponents can Make
On the other hand, unless you happen to be the US Supreme Court chief justice or someone else with a direct role in the transition of power, ethicists say, you can avoid the ceremony entirely without...
Thomas Cooke
Samsung Answers Burning Note 7 Questions, Vows Better Batteries
Samsung Answers Burning Note 7 Questions, Vows Better Batteries
The biggest task for Samsung this year will be regaining consumer trust, showing customers and potential customers that its devices are safe and that the company won't make the same mistakes...
Larry Downes
Why You May Have Good Reason to Worry About All Those Smart Devices
Why You May Have Good Reason to Worry About All Those Smart Devices
An article by Larry Downes: There are an estimated 1.5 trillion objects around the world that could one day connect to the Internet, everything from simple housewares to automobiles. In the so-called...

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