Associate Professor at the McDonough School of Business. His research focuses on innovation, new product development, entrepreneurship, outsourcing, private equity, supply chain management, and retail operations. His research has been published in leading management journals, including Management Science, Manufacturing and Service Operations, and Transactions on Engineering Management.
Visiting Assistant Professor in the Georgetown Department of Sociology, teaching undergraduate courses including: Introduction to Sociology; Flourishing: College & Community; Race, Society, and Cinema CBL; The Contemporary City CBL; Social Entrepreneurship/Change; Law & Society; Community Involvement Seminar CBL; Sociology Senior Seminar.
Distinguished Teaching Professor at the McDonough School of Business. Specializing in technology, social media, electronic commerce, and information systems. She is a faculty associate for the Center for Business and Public Policy and the Capital Markets Research Center, and serves as a Technology, Learning and Teaching Fellow for the Center for New Designs in Learning Systems.
Associate Professor at the Walsh School of Foreign Service. His specialties include commercial and social entrepreneurship startups and angel investment networks. He is an expert in global issues at the juncture of the public and private sectors, and he has worked on international political economy, business-government relations, corporate social responsibility (CSR), democratization, and international security.
Faculty of the McDonough School of Business since 1999. Professor Dahiya spent two years working in the Corporate Finance and Strategy practice of McKinsey & Company, a leading strategy consulting firm. He worked with CEOs and CFOs of Fortune 500 firms in Healthcare, Financial Services, and Chemical industries focusing on Valuation, Mergers & Acquisitions, Capital Markets and Risk Management issues.
Assistant Teaching Professor of business ethics. He is a Senior Fellow with the Canadian Constitution Foundation, and a Director of the Institute for Liberal Studies. Along with Jason Brennan, Peter is the author of “Markets without Limits: Moral Virtues and Commercial Interests” published in 2015.