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Cathy Tinsley
Would a Softer Managerial Style Have Saved Jill Abramson?
“Cathy Tinsley, a professor of management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business teaches a class called “Developing Women Leaders: Cultivating Your Human and Social Capital.” The...
Arthur T. Dong
Five Chinese Officials Indicted for Hacking Pittsburgh-Area Business
“"China is very unlikely to turn over these individuals, because if they do, what is that going to do to the rest of their intelligence gathering apparatus?" said Arthur T. Dong, a...
Who is Reviewer #1,407?
Written by Ishani Banerji: “Let's say you're planning a date night. You've arranged the entire evening, complete with romantic shenanigans. The only thing left to decide is which...
The Internet’s Role in Maintaining U.S. Global Leadership in Innovation

A Symposium Presented by the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy, June 10

WHAT: Attend “The Internet and Communications...

Learning the Pentagon’s Secrets for Business Success
“This spring, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business began offering a course on the use of net assessment for business strategy. The week-long class, the first of its kind, is designed...
Older, but Not Always Wiser: Boomers Not Considering Steps to Remain Independent as They Age, According to Philips and Georgetown University Study

96 Percent of U.S. Respondents Say it’s Important to be as Independent as Possible as They Get Older; only 21 Percent of Respondents Plan to Incorporate Technology Solutions

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B-School Building Race Shows Societal Value of Business Acumen
“This is hardly unique. I was at McDonough Business School, Georgetown University a few days later, a 2009, $83M venue that vaults you to the skylights in much the same way.”
Christine Porath
Why You Hate Work
Written by Christine Porath: “The way we’re working isn’t working. Even if you’re lucky enough to have a job, you’re probably not very excited to get to the office in the morning, you don’t feel much...
James Angel
Marijuana Stock Fans Fuming Mad at Feds for Trading Shutdown
“If the SEC says something, it could jeopardize an investigation," says Professor Jim Angel of Georgetown University. " But it's extraordinarily frustrating as an investor." The...
Meditation and the Art of Helping MBA Students to Become Mindful
“If you believe this is something that MBA students would be unwilling to invest hard-earned cash in, you would be wrong. At the McDonough school at Georgetown University, Washington, the meditation...
How Elite B-Schools Pump Up Applicant Pools
“Full-time M.B.A. applications soared more than 20% from last year at several schools, including the University of California at Los Angeles, Georgetown University and University of North Carolina.”
William Droms
6 Bond-Fund Building Blocks for Retirement Savers
An article by William Droms: “A diversified portfolio of bond funds that differ in their objectives provides a portfolio that seeks to minimize the overall risk of fixed-income securities. Using...
Michael Czinkota
Guilt or Competition? Winning the Cyber Espionage War
Article by Michael Czinkota: “During the Cold War, the Allies protected Germany’s Fulda gap against a possible Soviet invasion. In today’s environment of cyber vulnerability, surely all major parties...
Sailing Between Scylla and Charybdis: The Economics and Law of Net Neutrality

Today, the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy released a new economic policy vignette by Executive Director John W. Mayo titled “Sailing between Scylla and Charybdis: The Economics...

Academics vs. Recruiters: Which Schools Perform the Best?
A Regulator's Dilemma: Policy in an Age of Disruption

Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to Host Discussion, July 17

WHAT:  The Georgetown Center for Business and Public...

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