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Millennials Showcase Ocean Conservation & Sustainability Efforts, April 2

WHAT: The Georgetown and George Washington University Sustainable Oceans Alliance chapters and the Global Social Enterprise Initiative at Georgetown University’s McDonough School...

Trans-Pacific Partnership: Are the Critics Right?

WHAT: The Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will host “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Are the Critics Right?” on March 30 at the Rayburn...

Exploring University Business Ethics: Estimating the Cost of Justice for Adjuncts

The plight of the non-tenured adjunct professor has been well-documented, though the economic impact on colleges and universities should demands in the adjuncts’ rights movement be met has not...

Hariri inside
Here's What Happens When Companies Wade Into Politics
Kurt Carlson and Chris Hydock, faculty at the Georgetown Institute of Consumer Research at the university's McDonough School of Business, join Tori to discuss the economic consequences companies...
The Top 10 Colleges for Degree in Management Information Systems
Georgetown University is ranked No. 3 on the list of the top 10 colleges for a bachelor’s in management information systems: Georgetown offers not only great IT and Business programs, but also a...
michael czinkota
Shame Curbs Bad Behavior
A contributed article co-authored by Michael Czinkota, associate professor of international business: Shame can be used to focus attention on some “bad apples”, especially when it comes to major...
John Hasnas
Countdown to Doomsday: Apple, FBI Face Off in Court Tuesday
And experts say law enforcement has to find a way to fight crime in a world with strong encryption. "The cost of maintaining a free society is that sometimes criminals won't be caught,...
James J. Angel
SEC Move Offers Hope on IEX Application
“They [the SEC] listened to . . . commenters who said this issue was too important to be decided in the context of the IEX application,” said James Angel, a professor at Georgetown University. “This...
Analysis: A Week That Will Define Apple, With iPhone at Center
As the public posturing and rhetoric ratchet up — in its latest broadside, Apple said the government’s request would have “appalled the Founding Fathers" — Apple has raised its political profile...
As Adjunct Professors Unionize, Debate Sharpens Over Cost to Schools
A recent study found that U.S. universities’ costs could increase to a total of $24 billion from $4.3 billion for courses currently taught by adjuncts, if union targets for higher pay are met,...
Consumer Spending Springs Upward in March

Researchers from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business predict an increase in consumer spending from February to March. The Problem-Driven Consumption Index (PDCI) – based on the...

William Novelli
Novelli Discusses Six Trends of Partnerships

William Novelli, Georgetown McDonough School of Business distinguished professor of the practice and founder of the school’s Global Social Enterprise Initiative, addressed the Points of Light...

Rebecca Hamilton Named Co-Editor for Journal of Marketing Research

Rebecca Hamilton, professor of marketing and the Michael G. and Robin Psaros Chair in Business Administration, has been named co-editor for The Journal of Marketing Research. Hamilton,...

Olympic Gymnast Addresses Students at Diversity Dialogue Conference

On February 26, the third annual Diversity Dialogue Conference returned to the McDonough School of Business, moving forward the conversation of minority empowerment and diversity inclusion in the...

MBA Program Admissions Dean
Grad Schools Groom Future Business Leaders
About three years ago, Georgetown University increased the size of its incoming full-time MBA class to 270 from 250, while boosting its average Graduate Management Admission Test score. This...
Disruption in the Global Auto Industry

WHAT: Carlos Ghosn, chairman and CEO of the Nissan-Renault Alliance, will discuss disruptive leadership in the global auto industry at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of...

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