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Strategic Management and Public Policy (SMPP) is an integration of three fields, strategic management, ethics, business and public policy. All fields involve the linkage between organizations and their external environments, with strategic management focusing more on the internal organizations, and business and public policy focusing more on the external environments. Topics studied within the department which integrate these three fields include organizational missions and visions, macro-environmental scanning, corporate social responsibility, ethics, and governance, and environmental and social sustainability.
The GW School of Business administers the doctoral program with doctoral students selecting a field of study within it. The field of strategic management and public policy is composed of the subfields of strategic management, business and public policy, business ethics, social issues in management, and environmental management and policy. Students electing this field are expected to demonstrate expertise and use appropriate methods in the analysis and assessment of various facets of these subfields. Both quantitative and qualitative research skills are emphasized for a comprehensive understanding of key theoretical and empirical questions in the field.
|Professor||Email Address||Office||Phone #|
|Lead Professor||*Dr. Fortemail@example.com||Funger 655||994-7872|
|Dr. Kimfirstname.lastname@example.org||Funger 615D||994-1889|
|Dr. Riveraemail@example.com||Funger 608||994-0163|
|Dr. Englanderfirstname.lastname@example.org||Funger 615E||994-8203|
|Dr. Griffinemail@example.com||Funger 609||994-2536|
|Dr. Walterfirstname.lastname@example.org||Funger 606||994-7908|
|Chairman||Dr. Griffinemail@example.com||Funger 609||994-2536|
* Member of the Committee on Doctoral Studies
** Funger Hall Location: 2201 G. Street., NW
The doctoral area of Strategic Management and Public Policy typically requires three doctoral courses as part of the student's plan of study. In addition to the appropriate master's breadth and foundation courses and the appropriate methodology courses. In particular cases, some of the three doctoral area courses may be selected from allied fields such as International Business, Management, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and Economics, among a number of others.
The Strategic Management and Public Policy Department offers following doctoral courses and seminars:
|8321||Seminar in Strategic Management (3)||Jorge Walter|
|Develops understanding of the major research streams in strategic management; exposure to theoretical research frameworks and methodological issues and approaches.|
|8331||Seminar in Business and Public Policy (3)||Staff|
|Develops understanding of the major research streams in business and public policy; exposure to theoretical research frameworks and methodological issues and approaches.|
|8391||Stakeholder Theory and CSR||Jennifer Griffin|
|Examines organizational theory and management roots of stakeholder theory and corporate social responsibility (CSR) with a thorough understanding of the empirical and conceptual evolution of stakeholder/CSR research|
|8391||Sustainability Management and Policy||Eun-Hee Kim, Jorge Rivera|
|Drawing upon theoretical perspectives from organization theory, sociology and economics, this doctoral seminar aims to introduce sustainability research to doctoral students in a wide range of business and other related fields.|
|8998||Advanced Reading and Research (arr.)||Staff|
|Limited to doctoral candidates preparing for the general examination. May be repeated for credit.|
|8999||Dissertation Research (arr.)||Staff|
|Limited to doctoral candidates. May be repeated for credit.|
For Further Information about Doctoral Program like Program Requirements and Application Process please visit the Doctoral Programs Website.