Participating in competitions is a rite of passage for high performing business school students. Winning them is another matter. Robinson graduate and undergraduate students rarely come home empty-handed. The college not only prepares students for victory but also also hosts several highly regarded competitive events. Here are some highlights from fall 2016.
As we draw to the end of 2016, we celebrate 16 of our faculty highlights from 2016 (and the many more we simply couldn’t fit).
Now that Donald J. Trump has been elected 45th president of the United States, how will some of his key campaign promises translate into law, affect policy and drive the economy? Robinson College of Business faculty offer insight.
On September 24, 2016 more than 160 future students attended the Robinson Graduate Open House. They met with faculty, staff, […]
The graduate Open House at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business gives you the chance to answer all your questions and be confident in your decision to join the network of more than 70,000 Robinson alums.
To start the fall 2016 semester off on the right foot, here are 10 tips from Associate Professor Perry Binder.
Twenty years later, a look at how the 1996 Olympics spurred Georgia State’s transformation into a modern urban research university.
Robinson’s Kris Byron and co-author Corinne Post examined conflicting research about whether the presence of women on company boards improves financial performance.
Denish Shah, an associate professor of marketing at the Robinson College of Business, chimes in on why Pokémon Go has enchanted mobile phone users across the globe.
When the Treasury Department announced in April that Harriet Tubman would replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, some joked that all cash will be gone by 2030, when the new bills would reach wide circulation. After all, with credit and debit cards, along with technologies such as Apple Pay that let you make purchases with your phone, fewer Americans carry paper currency. Don’t be so sure, Georgia State experts say.