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Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to Present “The Impact of Broadband Competition on Consumer Welfare, Innovation, and Productivity in the United States: A Policy Forum” on Capitol Hill, May 9
Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to Present “The Impact of Broadband Competition on Consumer Welfare, Innovation, and Productivity in the United States: A Policy Forum” on Capitol Hill, May 9

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 5, 2017

DISCUSSION: IMPACT OF BROADBAND COMPETITION

Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to Present “The Impact of...

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Financial Times Ranks Georgetown MBA #17 for Finance
Financial Times Ranks Georgetown MBA #17 for Finance

In a new listing of the top MBAs for finance, the Financial Times ranks Georgetown McDonough’s Full-...

MBA Students Embark on London Real Estate Trek
MBA Students Embark on London Real Estate Trek

In April, a select group of 12 first-year MBA students with a strong interest in real estate traveled to London for a five-day real estate trek organized by the...

Students Win MBA Tech Innovation Competition
Students Win MBA Tech Innovation Competition

In April, Full-time MBA students Anne Laughlin (MBA’17) and Nicholas Lamp (MBA’17) won the top prize in the sixth annual MBA Technology...

Aerin Lauder
Luxury Retail Leaders Discuss Brand Identity and Client Relationships
Luxury Retail Leaders Discuss Brand Identity and Client Relationships

On April 25, the Georgetown Retail & Luxury Association (GRLA) and the McDonough School of Business Stanton Distinguished Leaders Series hosted the third annual Global Luxury Summit on the...

Global Alumni Stories: MBA alumnus working in Sao Paulo’s Citibank Offices
Global Alumni Stories: MBA alumnus working in Sao Paulo’s Citibank Offices

Global Alumni Stories: MBA Alumnus Working in Sao Paulo’s Citibank Offices

Originally from the Philippines, Nicolas Pinga earned an MBA last year from the McDonough School...

SPS, Currency Manipulation Could Potentially Be Addressed in NAFTA Renegotiation, Experts Say
SPS, Currency Manipulation Could Potentially Be Addressed in NAFTA Renegotiation, Experts Say
The U.S. will need to determine whether Canadian dairy pricing policies are legal under NAFTA and World Trade Organization obligations…Vetter said during the discussion hosted by Georgetown...
Neeru Paharia
Boycotts and Buycotts: How We Use Money to Express Ourselves
Boycotts and Buycotts: How We Use Money to Express Ourselves
Neeru Paharia is a researcher at Georgetown University, and she says this kind of economic activity can make us feel powerful. "It seems like people are a little fed up and disillusioned with...
Fixing U.S. Air Traffic Control
Fixing U.S. Air Traffic Control
An op-ed by Rob Britton, adjunct professor: “Having worked in and near the airline industry for almost all my career, I’ve seen lots of good ideas to improve service, safety, and reliability, but...
Jason Schloetzer
Shareholders Re-elect Wells Fargo Directors, Some Just Barely
Shareholders Re-elect Wells Fargo Directors, Some Just Barely
“I am surprised that everybody received a majority vote,” said Jason Schloetzer, an associate business professor at Georgetown University. “It will be interesting to see if the directors who received...
Sandeep Dahiya
Outburst by Angry Wells Fargo Shareholder Halts Annual Meeting
Outburst by Angry Wells Fargo Shareholder Halts Annual Meeting
Sandeep Dahiya, a Georgetown business school professor, called the levels of dissent "highly unusual" and predicted that some Wells Fargo directors could leave within a year due to their...
Uber Has a Department That Spies on Its Rivals — and It's Not Alone
Uber Has a Department That Spies on Its Rivals — and It's Not Alone
The biggest change that technology has brought to the table is the ability for companies to drill down deeper into people’s information than anybody ever expected, according to Edward Soule, a...
NAFTA Whiplash Could Hurt American Economic Interests
NAFTA Whiplash Could Hurt American Economic Interests
“The reality is the global supply chain is very complex, as it should be — we want to have an efficient and productive global production system,” said James J. Angel, an associate professor at...
Why Venture Partners Shouldn’t Have Too Much in Common
Why Venture Partners Shouldn’t Have Too Much in Common
“People who have the same background are likely to make the same mistakes,” says lead author Paul A. Gompers, professor of business administration at Harvard Business School, who wrote the study with...
On Trade, A Politically Feisty Trump Risks Economic Damage
On Trade, A Politically Feisty Trump Risks Economic Damage
“Re-creating trade barriers between the United States and Mexico will hurt many of the people Trump is ostensibly trying to help,” said Pietra Rivoli, a trade expert at the McDonough School of...
Christine Porath
Civil Actions: Creating A Culture of Kindness at Work
Civil Actions: Creating A Culture of Kindness at Work
A recent essay in Harvard Business Review makes an obvious but often neglected observation: manners matter. Christine Porath, author of Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace, demonstrates...

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