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  • The Role of Institutional Investors in Reforming Corporate Governance

    Corporate governance continues to receive considerable interest from policy makers and market participants in response to the financial crisis of 2008.  Institutional investors have become a lot more engaged in affecting governance at firms.

    Though an important topic for businesses, investors and policy makers, little research has been done on the direct involvement of institutional investors in changing corporate governance since much of what they do happens behind the scenes.

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  • MBA Students Trek around the Globe Exploring Career Options

    MBA students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business recently spent a week-long break between classes traveling domestically and internationally to network and learn about specific industries through Career Treks.

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  • MBA Career Center Achieves Superior Placements and Salaries for Students

    Georgetown University’s McDonough School Business MBA Career Center achieved new levels of success for students last year -- earning the school’s students top jobs for top salaries.

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  • Businessweek Ranks MBA Evening Program, Executive MBA Program

    In its biennial ranking of part-time and executive MBA programs, Businessweek ranked the Georgetown McDonough School of Business MBA Evening Program 38th and the Executive MBA Program 18th on November 7.

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  • Michael Czinkota Honored for Research

    Michael Czinkota, associate professor of international business at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, and his coauthors won the 2013 Outstanding Paper Award from the Journal of Product and Brand Management for the paper, “Corporate Branding and Transformational Leadership in Turbulent Times.” The Journal of the Product and Brand Management is an academic journal written for both practitioners and scholars that publishes articles that enrich the practice of product and brand management while simultaneously making significant contributions to

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  • Professors Honored with Research Awards

    McDonough School of Business Assistant Professor Chris Long recently received the Best Applied Paper award at the International Association of Management and Business Conference. The paper is titled, “Investigating the Information Processing Capacities of Organizational Controls: A Computational Modeling Perspective.” His research on “Establishing Channels to Cooperation: How Managers Combine their Efforts to Apply Control and Demonstrate Their Trustworthiness” also was a finalist in the Best Overall Paper category.

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  • Michael Pavey Named 2014 McGowan Fellow

    The William G. McGowan Charitable Fund has announced the 10 recipients of its 2014 fellowship awards. Michael James Pavey, a second-year MBA student, was selected from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. The fellowships recognize second-year MBA students who show outstanding leadership ability, as well as strong dedication to ethics and community service. They also must be in the top 10 percent of their class.

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  • Marketing Students Score Marketing Advice at the Verizon Center

    A group of marketing research undergraduates recently toured the Verizon Center with Adjunct Professor David Ashley. The students heard presentations from Monumental Sports and Entertainment’s leadership about marketing analytics. Speakers included Joe DuPriest, vice president of marketing; Alex Kerr, research-survey processes and actionable insights; Jim Minichiello, CRM sales tracking, segmentation, profile/insights development; and Tom Nagle, company-wide analytics and data centralization efforts.

    -Lisa Edmunds

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  • Going Global: Women's Economic Leadership in the 21st Century

    On Friday, October 25, the Undergraduate Program Office and Women’s Leadership Initiative at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business co-sponsored their inaugural Women in Business Conference. Women continue to increase their influence in social, political, and economic organizations at the local, national, and global levels in all industries.

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  • MBA Students Advise Immigrant-owned Business Project BUILD

    Six MBA students from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business wrote business plans for immigrant-owned businesses as a part of a community development effort through a local Project BUILD program. This Small Business Assistance project was sponsored by the D.C. Mayor’s Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs (OAIPA).  The second-year MBAs who participated in the program include: Manu Agrawal, Yung-Lun-Ho, Szu Po Hsieh, Saurabh Jha, Eunjin Ji, and Rapeepan Kulkanchanachewin.

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