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Christine Porath
10 Books on Leadership to Read in 2017
10 Books on Leadership to Read in 2017
Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace, by Christine Porath: This Georgetown business school professor's book -- which was recommended more than once -- officially launches on Tuesday...
Do Rising Mortgage Rates Mean it's Time to Buy a Home?
Do Rising Mortgage Rates Mean it's Time to Buy a Home?
The new conforming loan limits increased only slightly, to $424,100 in most parts of the country. Home buyers in high-cost areas will have access to larger mortgages, in line with local housing...
Reena Aggarwal
D.C. Area’s 2017 Predictions Center on Tech, Traffic, Taxes — and, of Course, Trump
D.C. Area’s 2017 Predictions Center on Tech, Traffic, Taxes — and, of Course, Trump
An article by Reena Aggarwal, Robert E. McDonough professor of finance at Georgetown University: A pickup in economic growth nationally will mean higher economic growth and more jobs for the...
Thomas Cooke
Road to Meaningful Tax Reform Filled with Potholes
Road to Meaningful Tax Reform Filled with Potholes
An article by Thomas Cooke, distinguished teaching professor: To different people, tax reform means different things. The mere words “tax reform” bring out special interest groups of all stripes....
Influencing One Business is not Sound Pro-Business Policy
Influencing One Business is not Sound Pro-Business Policy
An article by Michael Douma, director of the Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics: Arguably, Trump knows how to run a business, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he knows what is best for...
Arthur Dong
Chinese Tech Firms Look to CES as a Launchpad for the U.S.
Chinese Tech Firms Look to CES as a Launchpad for the U.S.
But the U.S. market is very different from the Chinese market. To attract customers here, Chinese firms are adapting the playbook used by Japanese firms in the 1980s, said Arthur Dong, professor at...
Doing Well vs. Doing Good
Doing Well vs. Doing Good
An article by Rebecca Hamilton, Michael G. and Robin Psaros Chair of Business Administration, and Debora Thompson, associate professor of marketing: When you are first getting to know someone, are...
Is Marissa Mayer a Failure?
Is Marissa Mayer a Failure?
"If my broker could do that for me every time, I'd call him a genius," says Michael McDermott, professor of business management at Georgetown University's McDonough School of...
Ricardo Ernst.
The Challenges for the Region After Trump's Business Agenda
The Challenges for the Region After Trump's Business Agenda
Ricardo Ernst, director of the Global Business Initiative and professor of operations, speaks with CNN En Español about Trump’s business agenda.
robert bies
District’s Charter and Traditional School Principals to Work Together to Solve Problems
District’s Charter and Traditional School Principals to Work Together to Solve Problems
Robert Bies, a Georgetown professor of management who directs the [DCPSL EML] program, said he hopes principals will gain skills that will help boost student achievement in schools across both...
Trade in the Trump Era: The ‘Politics of Resentment’
Trade in the Trump Era: The ‘Politics of Resentment’
Ahead of Davos, The New York Times’s deputy Washington editor, Jonathan Weisman, sat down to talk trade in the Trump era with Pietra Rivoli, a professor at Georgetown University who teaches finance...
First-ever D.C. Public Schools-Charter Principal Program Launches through EML Program
First-ever D.C. Public Schools-Charter Principal Program Launches through EML Program

Georgetown University, in partnership with DC Public Schools, the DC Public Education Fund, and the Walton Family Foundation, today announced the first-ever district-charter cohort of the...

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U.S. News Ranks McDonough 7th for MSF
U.S. News Ranks McDonough 7th for MSF

U.S. News & World Report listed Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business 7th in its...

Students Earn Third Place at U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Inaugural MBA Case Competition
Students Earn Third Place at U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Inaugural MBA Case Competition

On Nov. 3, MBA students John Wenstrand (MBA ’18), Tejal Desai (MBA ’17), Raquel Pedrozo (MBA ’18), Josh Geilhufe (MBA ’18), and Iolani Lightbourne (MBA ’18) earned third place in the final...

GISME Promotes Interdisciplinary Discussion and Awareness of Ethics Among Students
GISME Promotes Interdisciplinary Discussion and Awareness of Ethics Among Students

In November, the Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics (GISME) hosted a seminar titled “Ethics Across the Curriculum.” Fourteen...

Venture Fellows Firms
Venture Fellows Program Takes Students from MBA to VC
Venture Fellows Program Takes Students from MBA to VC

Breaking into venture capital right out of an MBA is not an easy task. But, it’s a challenge that Georgetown’s MBA program is meeting head on with a new apprenticeship program at the McDonough...

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