The Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy – the leading research center of its kind in the nation’s capital – is uniquely positioned to convene scholars, business leaders, industry experts, and public policy practitioners. Center events disseminate knowledge, foster understanding of complex and nuanced economic policy issues, and provide opportunities for open dialogue. Center scholars serve as experts in these discussions and highlight the important role of empirical research for economic and business policymaking. These convenings – held on the Georgetown campus, throughout Washington, across the nation, and around the world – inform business leaders, inspire policymakers, and bring focus to scholars. Through information sharing and debate, participants gain valuable perspective on developing policies, pending legislation, and regulatory changes on the horizon.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our events are limited to online events, including the International Economics Seminars which have continued over Zoom.
You may review our past events here.
Leading scholars join industry experts, and policy practitioners from across the nation and around the world on the Georgetown campus in Washington, D.C., and on the campuses of our partner universities abroad.
See a list of past conferences here.
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.
To see a complete listing of our Georgetown on the Hill events, click here.
Center faculty, scholars, and fellows are invited to present their research at events hosted by leading organizations and associations around the world. Here are some highlights.
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.