Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is internationally recognized as a leading institution for the study and advancement of economic, financial, and public policy theory. Georgetown has earned this reputation in large part due to the high caliber of its faculty.
Drawn from the highest levels of academia, business, and government, the faculty at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business represent a diversity of intellectual perspectives and a depth of professional experience. Faculty members regularly contribute to scholarly and trade publications, participate in ongoing debates and conferences, publish pioneering books and papers, and serve as consultants to businesses, governments, and non-governmental agencies throughout the world.
Students enrolled at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business form close relationships with their instructors. Faculty members make themselves available to students for independent consultations, recruit student assistants for research projects, advise student organizations, and introduce students to opportunities within their field of expertise.
In addition to teaching classes and advising student organizations, these professors conduct research that impacts the way the world does business. By incorporating their scholarship into their teaching practice, Georgetown’s active faculty enhances traditional classroom learning with the latest thinking across each field of study.
The McDonough School of Business faculty have strong academic and professional backgrounds and contribute to the development of our theme areas. Many have held positions in business or government; lived, worked, or studied abroad; and been educated at many of the best academic institutions around the world.