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Christine Porath
Isolate Toxic Employees to Reduce Their Negative Effects
Isolate Toxic Employees to Reduce Their Negative Effects
An article by Christine Porath: A seemingly small act of rudeness can ripple across communities, affecting people in our network with whom we may or may not interact directly. The odds of this...
StartupHoyas Law Hosts First Pitch Competition
StartupHoyas Law Hosts First Pitch Competition

On November 3, StartupHoyas Law held its first pitch competition, Start-Up 101, at the Georgetown University Law Center. Five teams from different schools within the university participated in the...

Supply Chain Reactions
Supply Chain Reactions

The location — and relocation — of manufacturing in the world is shifting, but not necessarily in a way that matches popular perceptions.
By Bob Woods
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Randy Goldberg at Bombas Socks, Photo by Matt Furman
Inside the Shark Tank
Inside the Shark Tank

Georgetown graduates compete in the sport of entrepreneurship on TV and beyond.
By Mike Carlson
Photo by Matt Furman

 

It is June 2014, and...

Professor Chris Rider
The Uneven Playing Field
The Uneven Playing Field

Research reveals what may be blocking diversity in NFL coaching.
By Melanie Padgett Powers
Photo by Gary Landsman

 

The National Football...

Hands-On Ethics Education
Hands-On Ethics Education
An op-ed by Michael Douma, director of the George­town Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics: Good people, placed in difficult situations, can act unethically. That’s why a grounding in...
A Young Mexican REIT Market Evolves
A Young Mexican REIT Market Evolves
Numerous emerging countries have been cultivating REIT industries to increase investment in much-needed development, says Matthew Cypher, director of Steers Center for Global Real Estate at...
Robert Bies
A Trip to the Slopes--and Time Off to Use It? Cool Noncash Benefits Your Employees Will Love
A Trip to the Slopes--and Time Off to Use It? Cool Noncash Benefits Your Employees Will Love
If you switch from cash to noncash bonuses, keep in mind that employees may react adversely to your change. Robert J. Bies, a professor of management at Georgetown University's McDonough School...
James Angel
Battle Lines Drawn Over Automated Trading Rule
Battle Lines Drawn Over Automated Trading Rule
Second, algorithmic traders are fearful the CFTC won’t be able to prevent the source code from falling into the wrong hands, James Angel, associate professor at Georgetown’s McDonough School of...
Ivanka Trump's Brand Will Survive Toxic Election, Experts Say
Ivanka Trump's Brand Will Survive Toxic Election, Experts Say
That's because Ivanka has been a "smart brand steward," said Ronald Goodstein, an associate professor of marketing at Georgetown University, who has largely managed to maintain an aura...
Whole Foods Is the Latest Company to Drop This Unusual CEO Arrangement
Whole Foods Is the Latest Company to Drop This Unusual CEO Arrangement
"You need clarity, and clearly if you’re [struggling] what you don’t need is mixed signals coming out of the C-suite," said David Heenan, a visiting professor at Georgetown University'...
What Would Hillary’s Win Signify For Women?
What Would Hillary’s Win Signify For Women?
An op-ed by Catherine Tinsley, professor of management and director of the Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute: Over the past few weeks, I have heard the same question over and over:...
MBA Student Selected as a Net Impact Healthy Food Fellow
MBA Student Selected as a Net Impact Healthy Food Fellow

Jeanine Buzali (MBA ’18) was recently chosen as a 2016-17 Healthy Food Fellow by Net Impact. Each year, Net Impact selects students who are passionate about a predetermined, specific topic to...

Undergraduate Program Ranked 1st for Mid-Career Earnings
Undergraduate Program Ranked 1st for Mid-Career Earnings

The Undergraduate Program at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business was ranked first in mid-career earnings in a new report published by PayScale. Students who graduate from Georgetown...

Post-Election Discussion of Trade Policy
Post-Election Discussion of Trade Policy

WHAT: The Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will host “U.S. Trade Policy: A Post-Election Look at What's Ahead” on...

Larry Downes
Google and Facebook Contribute Zero Economic Value. That’s a Big Problem for Trade.
Google and Facebook Contribute Zero Economic Value. That’s a Big Problem for Trade.
An op-ed by Larry Downes, a project director at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy: How much value do free online services contribute to the U.S. economy? Ask any user of Google,...

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