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Marlene Morris Towns
So You Think You Can Be Famous?
Marlene Morris Towns, a marketing professor at Georgetown University agrees. “Celebrities have to build twice as thick skin in today’s entertainment marketplace.” In addition to the rejections, she...
Will Brexit Spur an Exodus From the EU?
"The EU was created in order to provide prosperity for all of Europe and, in particular, bring the smaller countries into the orbit of the economic strength that Germany represents. Well, it...
The Harsh Downside of Free Trade – And the Glimmer of Hope
“Half of the workers in the business service sector in the US are in tradable activities, which in turn employ more people than the entire US manufacturing sector,” says J. Bradford Jensen, a...
Post-Brexit Results: Is Governing By Referendum Democratic?
According to Jason Brennan, associate professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, public consultation is not the best way to solve crucial, complex issues. "My main...
michael czinkota
Brexit: Even Old Lambs Come Home to Roost
An op-ed by Michael Czinkota, associate professor of international business: Progress in terms of global tranquility and cohesion needs to be renewed. Confrontations between friends and adversaries...
Could Brexit Impact U.S. Agriculture?
While Britain's vote to leave the European Union is playing out across the pond, there's a potential we might feel some aftershocks at home. Some experts say the shake-up could impact U.S....
michael czinkota
New Rules of Engagement: Understanding TPP & TTIP
An op-ed co-authored by Michael Czinkota, associate professor of international business: The combined trans-Pacific and trans-Atlantic space covered by these agreements encompasses 60 percent of the...
The MBAs To Watch In The Class of 2016
Rob Baker and Kan-Ying (Kenny) Kuo, 2016 graduates of Georgetown McDonough’s Full-time MBA program, are among nearly 100 graduating MBAs named to Poets & Quants’ “MBAs to Watch” list.
Thomas Cooke
Relaxed Government Rules Could Open Apple Store Doors in India
Amazon, Facebook, Google and Microsoft have met with government leaders of India and China in recent months, with grand expansion plans in mind. Half of India's 1.25 billion residents are under...
Christine Porath
How to Succeed at Work When Your Boss Doesn’t Respect You
A contributed article by Christine Porath, associate professor of management: In a study of 20,000 people across industries and organizations I’ve found that the number one thing that people want...
In Trump, Brexit Supporters, A Shared Anger and Grievances
Robert Shapiro, a fellow with the Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business and formerly Under Secretary of Commerce for Economic Affairs in the Bill...
Jason Schloetzer
Elon Musk's Plan for Tesla to Buy SolarCity Raises Fears of Shaky Financials and Unclear Motives
But Jason Schloetzer, a Georgetown University professor and corporate governance expert, said that "while this situation appears to be a conflict of interest, market forces can certainly...
James Moore
Brexit Just Made All of Britain’s Problems Worse
An op-ed by James P. Moore, Jr., managing director of the Business, Society, and Public Policy Initiative: In between jaws dropping around the globe over the Britain’s decision to leave the European...
Consumer Spending Dips in June

Researchers from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business predict a slight decrease in consumer spending from May to June. The Problem-Driven Consumption Index (PDCI) – based on the...

New Ranking Lists Georgetown MBA Among Best for Entrepreneurship
Regulation and Investment: Sk(r)ewing the Future for 21st Century Telecommunications?

John Mayo, professor of economics, business, and public policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and executive director of the Georgetown Center for Business and Public...

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