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.
Georgia has deep ties to China. As a new Presidential Administration gets started, thoughts of a trade war sit on the horizon. Associate Professor Jeff Rosensweig talks about it with WABE.
Goizueta Business School economist Tom Smith chats with the hosts of WABE’s “A Closer Look” about the U.S. economy and its role in the 2016 General Election.
Brandon Smith, a communications professor at Goizueta says, politics aside, voters are attracted to candidates that appear more authentic in action.
Assistant Professor of Organization and Management Melissa Williams’ research on women and perceived assertiveness can be applied to presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
According to the Department of Justice, more than 17 million Americans experience identity fraud each year. Tech savvy criminals can do as much damage as “traditional” attackers, so politicians have made a point to question the nation’s “cybersecurity” policies.
Nine students and two faculty members from Emory University are center stage for the United Nations negotiations on climate change, underway in Paris.
In 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law. This healthcare overhaul is designed to increase the quality and affordability of healthcare in the United States. Aimed largely… Read more »
Wes Longhofer’s research on global warming and climate change suggests energy efficiency is a cost-effective strategy for reducing aggregate energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
Campaigns in the 2016 General Election are expected to funnel a record $4.4 billion into TV advertising. Goizueta’s David Schweidel explains why TV is still big in a social media world.