Richard D. Phillips, dean of Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business and C.V. Starr Professor of Risk Management & Insurance, has been elected president of the board of the American Risk and Insurance Association (ARIA). He will begin his one-year term in August 2017.
Rajeev Dhawan, director of the Economic Forecasting Center at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business, has been recognized by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago for providing the best real gross domestic product (GDP) forecast at its 2016 Automotive Outlook Symposium.
After a tax cut for the middle class by the end of 2017, expect gross domestic product (GDP) growth above 2 percent in 2018 and 2019, according to Rajeev Dhawan of Robinson’s Economic Forecasting Center.
Hyatt Regency Atlanta and Georgia State University today announced the creation of the Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hospitality Scholarship, a $100,000 endowment to provide opportunity to young leaders pursuing degrees in hospitality.
The Part-time MBA and Executive MBA (EMBA) offered by Robinson are Tier One programs, according to new rankings from CEO Magazine.
Poets & Quants has named Alok R. Saboo, assistant professor of marketing and assistant director of the Center for Excellence in Brand & Customer Management, to its annual “Best 40 Under 40 Professors” list.
The MBA/Master of Health Administration (MBA/M.H.A.) program offered by Robinson’s Institute of Health Administration has received the CAHME/Cerner Award for Excellence in Healthcare Management Systems Education.
MMJ Labs founder and CEO Dr. Amy Baxter, Metro Atlanta Chamber president and CEO Hala Moddelmog, and Carter Center CEO Ambassador Mary Ann Peters are panelists at the 2017 International Women’s Day breakfast presented by the World Affairs Council of Atlanta on Wednesday, March 8.
According to new rankings from the Naveen Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD), Robinson faculty are among the most productive researchers in the world.
Rajeev Dhawan of Robinson’s Economic Forecasting Center questions the Federal Open Market Committee’s December dot chart in which the Federal Reserve calls for three rate hikes in 2017.