- August 15, 2017
In a recent research project, Georgetown McDonough faculty explored the effect of waiting on consumer behavior. John Cui, assistant professor of operations and information management, Chris Hydock, assistant professor and the research director of the Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research, and Sezer Ülkü, associate professor of operations and information management, discuss the research in Psychology Today: In a
- August 10, 2017
Caroline Faris, a 2017 graduate of the Executive Master’s in Leadership (EML) program, wrote a blog post on LinkedIn about her top takeaways from the program: Remember, leaders do the right thing at the right time; managers do things right. Leaders possess as much informal power as formal power; managers may only have formal power.
- August 8, 2017
James Angel, professor of finance at Georgetown McDonough, is quoted in a CBS Moneywatch article about bitcoin: James Angel, a professor of finance at Georgetown University, is skeptical about Bitcoin. He noted the difficulty in determining its value, which makes its future uncertain, though the underlying technology and rival cryptocurrencies like ethereum may prove to