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The Ethics of Bitcoin

Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman declared the digital currency Bitcoin to be “evil” in his 2013 New York Times article. In their newest research, Georgetown University's McDonough School of...

Obama bank tax: Smart policy or bank bashing?
President Obama wants to hit big banks with a new tax to discourage them from taking too much risk. The proposal would generate lots of money from the sector that was kept alive by a taxpayer-funded...
Regulators probe whether high-speed trading exacerbates swings in bond market
The impact of algorithmic and high frequency traders is mostly thought to be an issue surrounding the U.S. stock market. Specifically, watchdog agencies are reviewing the sharp swing in Treasury...
Catherine Langlois
Why We Torture
In this op-ed co-authored by Georgetown McDonough School of Business Professor Catherine Langlois, the authors offer a counter-argument to those who hastily dismiss torture as a method of...
Thomas Cooke
Obama Celebrates Improving U.S. Economy with Call for Tax Hikes
On Tuesday Mr. Obama set about trying to change that part of his legacy, laying out $320 billion in tax increases designed to transfer wealth almost exclusively from the richest 1 percent of...
Betsy Page Sigman
State of the Union: Finally, An Agenda for the 21st Century?
In his State of the Union address Tuesday night, the president made clear he's finally ready to set his sights squarely on the future. Georgetown Prof. Betsy Sigman, an expert on data security,...
Michael Czinkota
Ideas, Debates Soar at 2015 World Economic Forum
CCTV America interviewed Michael Czinkota for more on the highlights of this year’s World Economic Forum. Czinkota is a business professor at Georgetown University and specializes in marketing and...
Dean David Thomas
Beyond Test Scores: Innovative Approaches to Identifying Young Scholars
Dean David A. Thomas discusses innovative ways to identify students typically overlooked by the current admissions process during an interview on the Kojo Nnamdi show.
Lunch Forum on Trade Promotion Authority

WHAT: The Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will host the event “Trade Promotion Authority: Now, If Ever” on Jan. 27 at...

Recruiting Excellence

During the fall 2014 semester, representatives from 79 major prospective employers came to the Georgetown McDonough School of Business campus to meet promising job applicants enrolled in McDonough...

Leaders From The Estée Lauder Companies, Tom Ford, Michael Kors, Kara Ross, and Ermenegildo Zegna Group to Participate on Global Luxury Panel

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will host the 2015 Global Luxury Summit on January 29, 2015, at the Time Warner Center, 60 Columbus Circle, in New York City. The panel...

The Media Revolution That Isn’t Being Televised
This op-ed by Larry Downes, project director at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy, discusses the millennial generation’s transformation of the paid video market.
Dean David Thomas
Analyzing the Business of Business Schools
David Thomas, dean of the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, discusses the rationale of viewing business education from a global context and outlines how the university benefited...
Betsy Page Sigman
Too Hot to Connect: Can the Internet Withstand Climate Change?
Last Monday, thousands of Perth, Australia, residents discovered that the Internet had melted under temperatures of up to 112 degrees. If companies like Comcast, Time Warner Cable or Verizon aren’t...
Sunita Sah
Exploring the Dark Side of Leadership
Georgetown University professor Sunita Sah and colleagues have shown that overconfident individuals hold influence regardless of their performance.
Kasra Ferdows
Complex Global Supply Chains Deliver New MBA Careers
The difficulty in managing complex and fast-changing supply chains has led to greater need for talent, from logistics providers such as UPS to large manufacturing companies and consumer goods groups...

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