At the end of last semester, students had the opportunity to hear from a unique speaker at Goizueta.
In the Goizueta BBA capstone, students practice problem-solving skills in situations characterized by ambiguity. Challenging students to generate informed, well-researched recommendations integrating functional area knowledge, the capstone course—newly incorporated into the BBA core curriculum—aims to enhance a student’s capacity to engage in concrete, logistical analysis.
The fire that burned under a bridge on I-85 North Thursday evening did more than cause a collapse of the roadway and potentially months of traffic woes. It added a… Read more »
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.
As the finishing touches are put in place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the Falcons move ahead in the playoffs at the Georgia Dome. Goizueta’s Tom Smith said that success could help new-stadium revenue.
Finance professor Tom Smith tells NPR News in Atlanta that companies like Mail Chimp that cater to employees’ personal goals are doing a better job at retaining talent.
Goizueta expert Tom Smith says the claims made during the election on the negative side of trade are too one-sided. “It is naive to say a trade deal is responsible for… jobs lost,” he said. “There are jobs that are gained through trade as well.”
New — or upgraded — arenas are great, but do they really spark economic growth? No, says Goizueta expert Tom Smith tells the AJC.
“Everybody wants the system to be better than it is,” said Emory University economist Tom Smith. “But it’s all in how you show how it impacts me individually.”
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.