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Kurt Carlson Wins Award for Best Publication in Decision Analysis

In recognition of his research on why people are unable to clearly identify decision objectives, the Informs Decision Analysis Society honored Kurt A. Carlson, associate professor of marketing at Georgetown McDonough and research director of the Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research, and his co-authors with the 2012 Decision Analysis Publication Award. The award recognizes the best article or book on “decision analysis, broadly defined,” which includes such topics as theoretical work on decision analysis methodology, descriptions of applications, and experimental studies.

Serious Business Starts Now

This August, incoming MBA students arrived early to complete the Structure of Global Industries, a three-week integrative course that teaches the critical features of competition in international business. It is the first course in a newly designed curriculum that aims to develop principled leaders with a global mindset to be in service to business and society through integrative teaching, added rigor, and a greater emphasis on quantitative and analytical skills.