Sustainability is a topic of research and scholarship across all business disciplines at Georgetown McDonough. Our faculty explore the business of sustainability through many lenses, from operations to finance to marketing and management. The result is thought leadership that holistically propels business toward a sustainable future.
Sustainability and Firm Value, Role of Institutional Investors, Regulatory Disclosure, Sustainability Ratings
Sustainable operations and supply chains, sustainable business models, circular economy, renewable energy, sustainable new product development, consumer behavior
Operations of electricity markets, sustainable energy generation, technology solutions for sustainable sourcing and resources, financing of sustainable solutions.
Sustainable investing, ESG
Sustainable new product development, sustainable transportation and services
Purpose-driven firms, Social inclusion and innovation, Sustainable business models, Digital sustainability
Consumer attitudes, Nudges and persuasion, Consumer decision making, Consumer responses to scarcity
Data analytics for sustainability, sustainable business models, sustainable development, emerging markets, entrepreneurship and community engagement
Marketing of sustainability, consumer behavior
Global value chains and trade policy, gender and labor issues
Data analytics, returns from ESG and sustainability
New product development, sustainable business models, circular economy, consumer behavior
Sustainable Operations, Renewable Energy, Electric Vehicles, Business Model Innovation for Sustainability