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Christine Porath
Halting Academic Incivility (That’s the Nice Word for It)
Now comes compelling evidence that incivility does real harm. Christine Porath, an associate professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and a co-author of the Journal of...
16 Coolest College Startups of 2016
Two startups run by Georgetown University students have been named to the 2016 “Coolest College Startups” list, including Local Roots Farms, co-founded by Daniel Kuenzi (MBA ’17) and Misfit Juicery,...
John Hasnas
Nudging Voters
A contributed article co-authored by John Hasnas, professor of ethics and law at Georgetown McDonough: A perennial complaint about our democracy is that too large a portion of the electorate is...
Business Broadband: Assessing the Case for Reregulation

In a new paper, Anna-Maria Kovacs, visiting senior policy scholar at the Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, provides a detailed analysis...

Helping People Over 50 Keep Unexpected Expenses From Becoming a Crisis

Nearly half of Americans (47 percent) lack the ability to pay for an unexpected $400 expense, according to the Federal Reserve Board’s...

Musical Chairs: Gender Diversity on U.S. Corporate Boards

Fifty years ago it was nearly impossible to find women in executive leadership positions. Now, nearly half of the labor force is female. 51 percent of management and professional occupations are...

Former Nasdaq Executive Joins Leadership of Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy

John Jacobs, a longtime executive at Nasdaq, has been named the executive director of the Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

As...

Global Luxury Summit Explores Spirit and Desire with Audi and AKQA

The story opens with images of a smiling young astronaut, juxtaposed against the reality of his older, wearier self. The man’s son, seeing his father’s disinterest and distance, decides to put him...

Students Pitch Social Ventures at “Entrepreneurship: A Force for Good”

Students from across Georgetown University gathered to share their socially conscious business ideas at “Entrepreneurship: A Force for Good” on Feb. 18 at the university’s McDonough School of...

"Reflections on Running": A Conversation with Carly Fiorina

Carly Fiorina, former Republican presidential candidate and Hewlett-Packard CEO, will speak at Georgetown University for the second installment of the Institute for Politics and Public Service (...

Georgetown McDonough Marketing Efforts Earn Six Awards

Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business has been recognized with six awards by the Educational Advertising Awards, run by the Higher Education Marketing Report.

The Educational...

Five Tips for Keeping Love Alive in Business School
Nick Arnold, who spent 10 years in the Marine Corps before heading to Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, stresses the importance of understanding—as a couple—what you want to get out of...
Overpricing of The OIL ETF Presents An Arbitrage Opportunity
An article by James Angel, associate professor of finance: On January 26, 2016, Grizzly Bear published an insightful article pointing out a 12% arbitrage opportunity from the mispricing of the iPath...
Larry Downes
Apple Goes to Court, and FBI Presses Congress to Settle iPhone Privacy Fight
Legal experts said it was unlikely that a judge would rely on constitutional arguments to make a decision in this early stage. “But given the likelihood that this will move to an appeals court and...
This Is Why It’s Taking So Excruciatingly Long to Get More Women on Boards
Researchers from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University have identified one big problem that stymies efforts to boost the ranks of female directors. It’s quite simple: women are...
Baber
Accounting Professor Appointed GASB Academic Fellow

William R. Baber, accounting professor and accounting area coordinator for the McDonough School of Business, was recently appointed a 2016 academic fellow from the Governmental Accounting Standard...

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