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Can Epistocracy, Or Knowledge-Based Voting, Fix Democracy?
Can Epistocracy, Or Knowledge-Based Voting, Fix Democracy?
An op-ed by Jason Brennan, Robert J. and Elizabeth Flanagan Family Term Associate Professor: Elected officials tend to pass laws they believe will appeal to the median voter. A politician on the left...
How Trade Affects the Vote for President
How Trade Affects the Vote for President
Global trade can produce winners and losers in the marketplace—and also in politics, according to a new paper…Authors Bradford Jensen, Dennis Quinn and Stephen Weymouth of Georgetown University’s...
U.S. Clearance of ChemChina's Syngenta Deal Removes Key Hurdle
U.S. Clearance of ChemChina's Syngenta Deal Removes Key Hurdle
"This sends a very good signal to China that the U.S. is open for investments in most sectors. But this also shows the need for a bilateral investment treaty so that similar U.S. investments are...
Tokyo Prepares for 2020 Olympics as Concerns About Budget Increase
Tokyo Prepares for 2020 Olympics as Concerns About Budget Increase
Michael Czinkota, associate professor of international business, appeared on CCTV America to discuss Tokyo’s preparations for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Summer Olympic Games
Summer Olympic Games
Adjunct professor Marlene Morris Towns appeared on EWTN’s “News Nightly” to discuss endorsements, advertising, and marketing at the conclusion of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
New MBA Module, MOOC Prepare Global-Ready Leaders
New MBA Module, MOOC Prepare Global-Ready Leaders

This fall, two innovative initiatives will bring the best of technology enhanced business education to Georgetown McDonough MBA students and anyone in the world.

As Georgetown MBAs prepare...

Ana Mendoza (B ’17) Interns in Mexico City
Ana Mendoza (B ’17) Interns in Mexico City

Georgetown McDonough undergraduate students spent the summer abroad gaining valuable work experiences. Ana Mendoza (B ’17), from Venezuela, spent the summer interning in Mexico City for GEPP, a...

Olga Monfiston (MBA ’17) Spends Summer in Jordan Working on Youth Entrepreneurship
Olga Monfiston (MBA ’17) Spends Summer in Jordan Working on Youth Entrepreneurship

Olga Monfiston (MBA ’17), originally from Belarus, traveled to Amman, Jordan, this summer to intern with the National Microfinance Bank (NMB), an opportunity she discovered through Georgetown...

Group of MBA Students Work on a Healthcare Project in Lima
Group of MBA Students Work on a Healthcare Project in Lima

A group of students traveled to Lima, Peru, this summer as part of their Global Business Experience (GBE) course to work for Peruvian healthcare company Pulso Salud. We spoke with team members...

Undergraduates Conduct Summer Research Through Fellowship Program
Undergraduates Conduct Summer Research Through Fellowship Program

This summer, 23 undergraduate students at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business conducted research as part of the fifth annual...

International Trade’s Impact on U.S. Presidential Elections
International Trade’s Impact on U.S. Presidential Elections

With the U.S. presidential general election right around the corner, it is anyone’s guess who will be the nation’s next Commander-in-chief. One day polls are predicting Hillary Clinton the victor...

James Moore
The Rio de Janeiro Olympics Were Not a Disaster. Now What?
The Rio de Janeiro Olympics Were Not a Disaster. Now What?
That may be so, but James P. Moore, Jr., managing director of the Business, Society and Public Policy Initiative at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, says it is too soon to judge. “I predict...
The Surprising Thing Millions of Men Do That Can Wreck Their Health
The Surprising Thing Millions of Men Do That Can Wreck Their Health
And it isn’t just older people who think like this: “The majority of American men and women across all ages and races still prefer men to be the primary breadwinner,” says Catherine Tinsley, a...
Favorite Business School Professors Teaching MBAs
Favorite Business School Professors Teaching MBAs
It isn’t easy to master the intricacies of the time value of money or a P&L statement. That’s why the most talented professors are often able to break down complex concepts so they are...
McDonough School’s Quinn: Relation of Trade to Election
McDonough School’s Quinn: Relation of Trade to Election
Dennis Quinn, Professor of International Political Economy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, on new study: “Winners and Losers in International Trade: Effects on U.S....
Shari Hubert
Real Humans of MBA Admissions: Shari Hubert of Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business
Real Humans of MBA Admissions: Shari Hubert of Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business
Shari Hubert knows MBA admissions from both sides, having successfully navigated the process as a candidate herself, securing a spot in the Harvard Business School (HBS) Class of 2000...Leading MBA...

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