Lisa Gring-Pemble

Associate Professor at George Mason University School of Business
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Lisa Gring-Pemble is an expert in global impact and engagement, argumentation, rhetorical criticism, persuasion, political communication and public policy. Her current research focuses on the role of rhetoric and morality in capitalist markets, the role of language in legislation on equal pay and immigration, and the role of business in addressing sustainable development goals and creating positive impact. Gring-Pemble has been featured in MarketWatch, Washingtonian, and The Zebra.

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  • While it is heartening to see investors place their attention and emphasis behind enhancing working conditions, if their ambitions are narrowly defined then such demands may have the unintended consequence of creating additional unemployment through increased automation.

    24 October 2020
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  • George Mason University School of Business
    Associate Professor