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How Close to Trump Is Too Close for Boeing?
How Close to Trump Is Too Close for Boeing?
The call, made via speakerphone in Trump’s New York office, appeared to catch Muilenburg off-guard. Yet the unusual situation, raising questions of the integrity of the government bidding process,...
Nice Startups Finish First, New Study Finds
Nice Startups Finish First, New Study Finds
“When people evaluate others, they tend to like highly moral people even if they’re less competent,” according to Rebecca Hamilton, the Michael G. and Robin Psaros chair in business administration...
A Simple, Just Fix to Voter Fraud: Take Fingerprints
A Simple, Just Fix to Voter Fraud: Take Fingerprints
An op-ed by James Angel, associate professor of finance: “The specter of voter fraud hangs over our electoral process and undermines the legitimacy of our elected leaders. Partisans on one side see...
Students Launch Mentorship Initiative for MBAs and Undergraduates
Students Launch Mentorship Initiative for MBAs and Undergraduates

Georgetown McDonough students Elida Ruiz (MBA ’18) and Tiffany Huang (MBA ’18) have launched the “Learn More from Current MSB Students and Mentorship Initiative,” a program that will connect MBA...

Discussion: Approaches to U.S. Trade Policy and Their Impacts on Business, Consumers, and Trading Systems
Discussion: Approaches to U.S. Trade Policy and Their Impacts on Business, Consumers, and Trading Systems

DISCUSSION: APPROACHES TO U.S. TRADE POLICY AND THEIR IMPACTS ON BUSINESS, CONSUMERS, AND TRADING SYSTEMS

Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to...

michael czinkota
Professor Publishes Book of Commentary on International Business and Policy
Professor Publishes Book of Commentary on International Business and Policy

Understanding all of the issues, thoughts, and arguments about world trade, globalization, and imbalanced distribution of incomes can be challenging, especially for policymakers and business...

Georgetown’s Venture Capital Investment Competition Team Advances to Global Finals
Georgetown’s Venture Capital Investment Competition Team Advances to Global Finals

On Friday, Feb. 10, Georgetown’s Venture Capital Investment Competition team won the South Region VCIC in Houston, Texas, advancing them to the competition’s Global Finals in April. The team,...

MBAs Adopt a D.C. Public School
MBAs Adopt a D.C. Public School

In September, a group of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business MBA students launched a partnership with DC Public School’s (DSPS) Adopt-a-School Program. Kelly Bies (MBA ’18)...

Reena Aggarwal
Reena Aggarwal Appointed ECGI Research Member
Reena Aggarwal Appointed ECGI Research Member

Reena Aggarwal, Robert E. McDonough Professor of Business Administration and professor of finance, director of the Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy, and vice provost for faculty...

James J. Angel
Trump Remains Antagonistic to Fed as Central Bank Convenes for Meeting
Trump Remains Antagonistic to Fed as Central Bank Convenes for Meeting
A broadcast television interview with James Angel, finance professor: The Federal Reserve met for the first under Donald Trump's presidency. His criticisms of its work have raised fears about...
michael czinkota
The Global Shifts in 2016
The Global Shifts in 2016
According to Michael Czinkota, a professor of international business and marketing at Georgetown University, “a global approach is imperative to solve global problems. Marketing is too important to...
We See Our People Being Directly Threatened
We See Our People Being Directly Threatened
The combination of threatened business interests and employees who psychologically identify with their job has created the ideal atmosphere for encouraging political activism at work, says Brooks...
In Celebration of the “F” Word
In Celebration of the “F” Word
An article by Cathy Tinsley, Professor of Management, and Jason Schloetzer, the William and Karen Sonneborn Term Associate Professor of Business Administration: Failure is not a dirty word. Despite...
Betsy Page Sigman
Hogan Criticized for Deleted Facebook Comments
Hogan Criticized for Deleted Facebook Comments
“The rules are not explicit as to whether there are legal issues or something else,” said Betsy Sigman of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Sigman said it’s accepted that most...
Unintended Effects of Trump's Trade Policy Beginning to Emerge
Unintended Effects of Trump's Trade Policy Beginning to Emerge
An article by Michael Douma, director of the Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics: “Two months ago, I predicted that President Trump’s attempts to pick winners and losers in the...
Ricardo Ernst.
The Effects of Tariffs on Cars
The Effects of Tariffs on Cars
A broadcast television interview with Ricardo Ernst, professor of operations: Trump threatens to impose tariffs on automakers with production outside the United States. What effects can these tariffs...

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