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Global MBA Ranking 2016
Georgetown McDonough is ranked No. 19 in the United States and No. 44 in the world, according to the Financial Times 2016 Global MBA Ranking. In 2015, Georgetown McDonough was ranked No. 20 in the U....
2016 Post-Holiday Spending Hangover Better Than in 2015

This year’s post-holiday hangover in consumer spending should be shorter than in 2015, according to the Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research. The institute’s Problem-Driven Consumption Index...

Financial Times Ranks MBA
Financial Times Ranks McDonough MBA 19th in the United States

The Financial Times lists Georgetown’s Full-time MBA program as 19th in the United States and 44th in the world in its 2016 Global MBA Ranking.

“In a ranking that emphasizes alumni...

MSF Blended Classroom
Georgetown MSF Uses Technology to Shape the Future of Classroom Learning

A new “Blended Classroom” allows students in the Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program at Georgetown University’s...

Nonmarket Strategy Certificate Program Welcomes Inaugural Cohort

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has invited 43 MBA students to the inaugural cohort of the...

To Play or Not to Play? Local Professor Offers Powerball Advice
If you’re wondering whether you should buy a Powerball ticket, and what to do with it if you win, a guy who knows quite a bit about money has some advice for you. Allan Eberhart, a professor of...
Where Wall Street & Finance Gets MBA Talent
An analysis of 2015 employment reports by Poets&Quants shows some surprises. Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management is way up there, with slightly more than a third of its...
Minority Coaches in the NFL
Chris Rider, assistant professor of strategy, appeared on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” to discuss his research on minority coaches in the NFL.
Entrepreneurship Day
Find the Right College to Be an Entrepreneur
At Georgetown, students can't major or minor in entrepreneurship, but the entrepreneurial fellows program is one way for students to learn more about this career path, says Alyssa Lovegrove,...
The Key To Financial Success In 2016: Don't Sweat The Small Stuff
A guest post by Alan Eberhart, director of the Master of Science in Finance program and professor of finance: “If you are looking for ways to improve your finances in the new year, the Internet is...
James Moore
Politics on Agenda in Companies
In a video interview with the Financial Times, James P. Moore, Jr., managing director of the Business, Society, and Public Policy Initiative discusses the importance of greater collaboration between...
Georgetown Business Fall 2014
30 Under 30: Manufacturing & Industry
Jeff Stefanis (B ’13), co-founder and CEO of Riide, is listed in Forbes Magazine’s 2016 30 Under 30 list in the manufacturing and industry category.
Arthur Dong
China Currency Drop Will Spur Capital Flight, Fall In Asset Values, Business Scholar Says
The fall in the value of China’s currency to five-year lows as 2016 opens is going to lead to “significant capital flight and with that, an overall decline in asset values,” according to Arthur Dong...
Inventor of Market Circuit Breakers Says China Got It Wrong
“What would have happened if we had just halted at the bottom?” said James Angel, a professor at Georgetown University. “We never, never would have had the quick snap back up. Closing prices for...
Business Schools Build on Real Estate Boom
“[Banking] is what everyone thinks they’re supposed to do, as opposed to what they want to do,” says Matthew Cypher, director of the centre for real estate at Georgetown’s McDonough School of...
Chris Rider
New Study Exposes the NFL's Real Coaching Diversity Crisis
According to new research from professors at Georgetown, George Washington, Emory and Iowa State University, white position coaches and assistants in the NFL are more than twice as likely to be...

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