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Whole Foods Is the Latest Company to Drop This Unusual CEO Arrangement
Whole Foods Is the Latest Company to Drop This Unusual CEO Arrangement
"You need clarity, and clearly if you’re [struggling] what you don’t need is mixed signals coming out of the C-suite," said David Heenan, a visiting professor at Georgetown University'...
What Would Hillary’s Win Signify For Women?
What Would Hillary’s Win Signify For Women?
An op-ed by Catherine Tinsley, professor of management and director of the Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute: Over the past few weeks, I have heard the same question over and over:...
MBA Student Selected as a Net Impact Healthy Food Fellow
MBA Student Selected as a Net Impact Healthy Food Fellow

Jeanine Buzali (MBA ’18) was recently chosen as a 2016-17 Healthy Food Fellow by Net Impact. Each year, Net Impact selects students who are passionate about a predetermined, specific topic to...

Undergraduate Program Ranked 1st for Mid-Career Earnings
Undergraduate Program Ranked 1st for Mid-Career Earnings

The Undergraduate Program at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business was ranked first in mid-career earnings in a new report published by PayScale. Students who graduate from Georgetown...

Post-Election Discussion of Trade Policy
Post-Election Discussion of Trade Policy

WHAT: The Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will host “U.S. Trade Policy: A Post-Election Look at What's Ahead” on...

Larry Downes
Google and Facebook Contribute Zero Economic Value. That’s a Big Problem for Trade.
Google and Facebook Contribute Zero Economic Value. That’s a Big Problem for Trade.
An op-ed by Larry Downes, a project director at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy: How much value do free online services contribute to the U.S. economy? Ask any user of Google,...
The 5 People Every Entrepreneur Should Take Advice From
The 5 People Every Entrepreneur Should Take Advice From
An op-ed by Jeff Reid, professor of the practice and founding director of the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative: Entrepreneurs don’t exist in a vacuum. They need to understand how to listen to...
michael czinkota
China: A Wall -- Constrain, Protect, or Lead
China: A Wall -- Constrain, Protect, or Lead
An op-ed co-authored by Michael Czinkota, associate professor of international business: “God created the world, the rest was made in China,” sings Lourd de Veyra. The concern about the Asian factory...
Christine Porath
Give Your Team More-Effective Positive Feedback
Give Your Team More-Effective Positive Feedback
An op-ed by Christine Porath, associate professor of management: Research shows that one of the best ways to help employees thrive is to give them feedback. It’s one of the primary levers leaders...
James J. Angel
New SEC Rules Aim to Bolster Small-Company Investment
New SEC Rules Aim to Bolster Small-Company Investment
James Angel, a finance professor at Georgetown University, told The Hill Extra that the need to make this rule is a reflection of the chaotic federal-state regulatory relationship. “This makes things...
The 5 Reasons Economists Love Trade
The 5 Reasons Economists Love Trade
Yet at the same time, economists are virtually united in their position that foreign trade is good for America and Americans. In fact, as explained by J. Bradford Jensen, McCrane/Shaker Chair in...
Fate of TPP Trade Deal in the Balance as US Election Looms
Fate of TPP Trade Deal in the Balance as US Election Looms
Pietra Rivoli, professor of finance, appeared in a segment on Channel News Asia on the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Business, Government Leaders Call For Bipartisanship in Next Presidency
Business, Government Leaders Call For Bipartisanship in Next Presidency

Two weeks before American voters go to the polls for the 2016 presidential election, three business and government leaders gave advice to the next person who would occupy the Oval Office.

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Autumn Consumer Spending on the Rise
Autumn Consumer Spending on the Rise

Researchers from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business predict consumer spending is on the rise, after a lull in the summer and early fall....

Much Like Alcohol, Democracy Is Best in Moderation
Much Like Alcohol, Democracy Is Best in Moderation
An op-ed by Jason Brennan, Robert J. and Elizabeth Flanagan Family Associate Professor: Representative democracies do not simply impose the will of the people. They over-perform, producing better...
Over-Optimism, Overconfidence, and the JUDO Framework
Over-Optimism, Overconfidence, and the JUDO Framework
An op-ed by Gilles Hilary, Houston Term Professor: Joe often drives without a seat belt. He is well educated and knows of the numerous studies that have shown the benefit of this safety device during...

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