June 26-29 in Victoria, BC
Southeast U.S. Higher Education Consortium for International Business
A detailed index to evaluate emerging markets
While it earned the national resource designation in 2010, Georgia State University and the Institute of International Business at the Robinson College of Business have been serving the academic and business communities with international business expertise since the 1970s. Building on rich traditions of curriculum and faculty internationalization, strong ties to the corporate community and exemplary programs such as the Global Partners MBA, Georgia State University CIBER will remain in the forefront of international business education, research and business outreach.
CIBER’s mission is to fully deploy its rich assets of faculty talent, programs and educational offerings, as well as its vast network of regional, national and international partnerships to serve its various stakeholder groups.
Reflections on the Middle Class Conference
Conference attendees were very pleased overall with the conference, including administrative procedures and materials, as well as session content, which helped them gain interdisciplinary and intercultural perspectives on the issue of the middle class in emerging markets. They also generally enjoyed the format of the sessions, such as the Q&A portion and session timeliness.
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CIBER offers research grants for eligible faculty members and doctoral students. Grants are provided on a competitive basis in order to facilitate interdisciplinary research. Foreign language, international and area studies, and business faculty will be eligible to apply.
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