Center leaders and MSB faculty traveled to Berlin May 7-9, 2015 for the annual Business and Public Policy Forum at ESMT. This two-day conference brings together scholars from Georgetown University, ESMT, INSEAD, and ESADE, who meet once a year in the spring to share recent research and discuss topics in the area of business and public policy.
This year 25 participants attended the workshop in Berlin hosted by Michał Grajek, Associate Professor of Economics and Director of Research at ESMT. Georgetown participants and attendees are MSB faculty John Mayo, Catherine Tinsley, Jeff Macher, and Chris Rider along with Marcia Mintz, managing director of the Center. Center research presentations:
Jeffrey Macher, "Production costs and technological investments: Empirical evidence on the role of competition."
, "Can you hear me now? Exit, voice, and loyalty under increasing competition."
Chris Rider, "Racial disparity in promotion rates of national football league coaches."
Catherine Tinsley, "Hunting cyber terrorists: The influence of status on inter-agency counter terrorism taskforces."