THE EVOLUTION OF INNOVATION, COMPETITION, AND REGULATION
The Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy is an academic research center within the McDonough School of Business. Our mission is to engage scholars, industry practitioners, and policymakers in inquiry and dialogue and to disseminate knowledge on issues at the nexus of business and public policy. Across diverse industries and economic sectors, we investigate the evolution of innovation, competition, and regulation. We conduct empirical economic analysis, keep abreast of relevant issues, and inform policies that promote economic welfare.
65+ DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS
Distinguished invited guests and speakers participate in moderated panel discussion or present keynote remarks at center events each year.
4000+ OUR GROWING NETWORK
Our growing network of individuals and organizations with whom our work is shared through research collaboration and publication, commentary and analysis, and convening events.
30+ CONVENING EVENTS
On the Georgetown campus and around DC, each year the center convenes conferences, seminars, and panel discussions to foster collaboration and dialogue among prominent academics, industry leaders, and policymakers.
- Can 5G Technology Create New Opportunities for Competition?
- International Economics Seminars
- Melanie Morten, Stanford University
- Dave Donaldson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Amit Khandelwal, Columbia University
- Catherine Tinsley: “Board Experience Is Helping More Women Get CEO Jobs” (Harvard Business Review)
- CBPP hosts policy forum on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
- Catherine Tinsley comments on negotiation lessons to be learned from the Trump-Kim meetings in Singapore
- Anna-Maria Kovacs: “Has Title II Regulation Stifled Wireless Investment? Here’s What the Numbers Say” (Wireless Week)