As President Trump continues a stance against trade, more questions are raised concerning possible side effects. Emory’s Jeff Rosensweig discussed how removing or re-negotiating NAFTA could affect Metro Atlanta with Maria Saporta.
Six students representing Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and Master’s in Development Practice program began the Spring 2017 semester putting coursework into action at a garment factory in the Dominican[…]
The Emory Impact Investing Group (EIIG), led by undergraduate students, provides no-interest loans to entrepreneurs in Metro Atlanta, largely from historically underserved areas. In doing so, EIIG aims to uplift[…]
Associate Professor in the Practice of Finance Tom Smith says Atlanta companies may feel some strain from the Trump Administration’s immigration ban, primarily associated with the movement of workers around the world.
Dean Erika James recently invited many of the school’s corporate partners to campus for an overview of strategic direction and networking opportunities. The second annual “State of the School” address[…]
“I believe business schools should be in service to the business community,” James says. “We are about more than excellent academics for students or a consistent vehicle for career success. We are about adding value to the world through research, problem solving, and lifelong learning.”