With China’s economy stalled and the European economy limping, gross domestic product (GDP) growth in coming quarters is predicated on healthy domestic consumer demand and the return of investment spending despite recent stock market turmoil, according to Rajeev Dhawan.
Daniel C. Bello, professor and director of Robinson’s Institute of International Business, has been named the 2015 recipient of the American Marketing Association’s Significant Contributions to Global Marketing Award.
Food service industry leader Regynald G. Washington has given a $1 million endowment to the Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business.
The sustainability of Georgia’s growth momentum and job quality as well as that of neighboring states will be a primary focus of Georgia State University’s upcoming Economic Forecasting Conference on Thursday, August 27.
Daniel Bauer, an associate professor of risk management and insurance, has been awarded the Bob Alting von Geusau Memorial Prize for the best paper published in the ASTIN Bulletin during 2012 and 2013, based on research topics related to the Financial Risks and ERM Section of the International Actuarial Association.
V. Kumar, executive director for the Center for Excellence in Brand and Customer Management, Regents Professor, and Richard and Susan Lenny Distinguished Chair & Professor in Marketing, has received two distinguished awards.
The Risk Management Foundation, the development arm of Robinson’s Department of Risk Management & Insurance, recently held the first-ever Riskies – the Risk Science and Insurance Leadership Awards.
“After I read the GDP report, the word WOW escaped my lips,” Dhawan wrote in his Forecast of the Nation, released today (May 20).
A team of first-semester graduate students in Robinson’s Master of Science in Real Estate program bested contingents from Emory, Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia at the 23rd NAIOP Georgia Chapter School Challenge.
Georgia State University has approved a new undergraduate minor in entrepreneurship, the first offered at one of Georgia’s research universities.