Rachelle Sampson, Associate Professor of Logistics, Business and Public Policy, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
Georgetown on the Hill Seminars
Georgetown on the Hill takes the center’s work to Capitol Hill. This signature series of presentations and panel discussions of issues on current legislative agendas fosters collaboration and exchange among prominent academics, industry experts, business leaders, and policy makers.
- Can 5G Technology Create New Opportunities for Competition?
- New Debates and Tensions in Antitrust: What Does the Future Hold?
Academic Research Seminars
The Center’s academic research seminar series showcases the scholarship of faculty from leading universities across the nation and around the world.
The research presentations attract Georgetown University faculty and students, as well as industry and policy professionals. The seminars are held in the McDonough School of Business on the main campus of Georgetown University.
- The Business, Economics, and Public Policy (BEPP) Seminar series is presented jointly with the Strategy, Economics, Ethics and Public Policy faculty of the McDonough School of Business, a multi-disciplinary group whose primary research and teaching interests lie in Economics, International Business, International Political Economy, Organizational Theory, and Strategy. See here for a complete listing of past BEPP seminars.
- The International Economics (Intl Econ) Seminar series is presented jointly with the Walsh School of Foreign Service and the Economics Department of Georgetown University. See here for a complete listing of past Intl Econ seminars.
Intl Econ Seminar
Please see these following speakers for the Spring 2020 International Economics Seminar Series:
2/24: Thibault Fally (Berkeley) – MSB Room 370
3/2: Andrei Levchenko (U Michigan) – MSB Room 370
3/16: Costas Arkolakis (Yale) – MSB Room 370
3/30: Ariell Reshef (Paris School of Economics) – MSB Room 360
4/6: Jonathan Eaton (Penn State) – MSB Room 370
4/20: Kevin Lim (UToronto) – MSB Room 370
All talks will be from 12:30 pm to 1:50 pm.