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Preppers Prep for Disaster, Confront Stereotypes
Preppers Prep For Disaster, Confront Stereotypes
Catherine Tinsley teaches at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, and has done extensive research on how people and organizations respond to disasters. She describes preppers as...
Q&A with Jason Brennan
Q&A with Jason Brennan
Jason Brennan is assistant professor of Strategy, Economics and Public Policy at Georgetown University. He received a B.A. in philosophy from the University of New Hampshire, and his Master’s and Ph...
On the ethics of voting
Jason Brennan interviewed by Richard Marshall.
Sluggish iPhone 5 Sales Revive Apple's Doubters
Sluggish iPhone 5 Sales Revive Apple's Doubters
Georgetown University marketing professor Ronald Goodstein says that's the most dramatic indication yet that the iPhone is being seriously threatened by competition from Samsung and other...
A Factory Can Become Too Lean, but Never Too Fit
Written by Kasra Ferdows – McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA, and Fritz Thurnheer – Hydro Aluminum Extrusion Group, Lausanne, Switzerland. Condensed and...
A Monster.com For Job Seeking MBAs
While Mullaney didn’t exactly end up on the slopes of the Himalayas, his penchant for seeking answers led him back to Georgetown – this time to the McDonough School of Business – and eventually to...
DCPS Principals to Benefit from GU Executive Master’s in Leadership Program
Georgetown University and District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) are announcing today a new partnership through which 25 selected principals will study in a specially tailored Executive Master’s...
In the Business of Doing Good
In the Business of Doing Good
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business proved the ideal match for her goals, with classes in social marketing, social entrepreneurship and nonprofit management, among others.
US seeks new global trade deal for services
Some of the barriers that currently impede international trade of services include licensing agreements, requirements that service providers have accreditation in an export market and government...
D.C. Principals, Georgetown Launch Leadership Program
A group of 25 principals of D.C. public schools this week began a master’s-degree program at Georgetown University, part of an effort to improve the quality of leadership in the city’s schools. The...
10 Environmentally-Aware Business Schools
Georgetown University has already adopted sustainability projects, for example, using fuel cell buses, and McDonough School of Business's Rafik B. Hariri Building is further testament to the...
U.S. Picks Citigroup, JPMorgan to Manage GM Shares Sale
U.S. Picks Citigroup, JPMorgan to Manage GM Shares Sale
While the deal will give the banks a boost in that respect, it won’t be easy work, said Reena Aggarwal, finance professor at Georgetown University in Washington. Investors perceive rival Ford Motor...
New Free Trade Talks On Services Key To U.S. Job Growth
In fact, eliminating these trade barriers could lead to hundreds of billions of dollars in additional services exports – to the tune of $860 billion, according to Dr. Brad Jensen at Georgetown...
Trade Talks Aim to Boost Services Exports
Trade talks aim to boost services exports
"We haven't devoted enough attention to reducing barriers to services trade," says Brad Jensen, the study's author and a senior fellow for the Peterson Institute for International...
The High Cost of Rudeness at Work
An interview with Christine Porath, associate professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business and coauthor of the article The Price of Incivility.
IPO VIEW-US Jobs Act companies outperform other IPOs, data shows
"The real test will come when it isn't doing as well and you have investors getting nervous about smaller, riskier companies," said Reena Aggrawal, a professor of business...

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