Visiting Professor Ryan Tang from the University of South Australia gave a research presentation called, “Fly with the Wind: Rapid FDI Expansion by Chinese Multinationals through the Evolution of Home-Government Effects” to faculty and doctoral students of the Institute of International Business. Dr. Ryan Tang is a lecturer in International Business in the University of… more »
June 20-23, 2017
GSU-CIBER co-sponsored the 26th annual meeting held in Florence, Italy at the University of Florence. The conference theme was “Local-global connections in international marketing’. GSU-CIBER chaired an opening plenary called, “Future Research Topics in International Marketing”, as well as a Deans’ panel on the challenges and opportunities in business school education and… more »
CIBER sponsored five students to attend the 1st Annual World Trade Day hosted by the World Trade Center Atlanta. The event brought together global experts to discuss some of the most important global trade and investment issues facing professionals across the United States. The event was held May 2, 2017, and the theme was “Trade… more »
GLOBAL COMPETENCY CERTIFICATE — Spring 2017 Pilot Program Report
A demonstration project of GSU-CIBER, the Global Competency Certificate (GCC) program initiative was first piloted with an RCB class during the Spring 2017 semester. The overall purpose of the GCC initiative is to make an impact on the professional development of RCB graduates… more »
The topics discussed on the panel were: Korea – U.S. Economic Relations, the U.S. Perspective, the history of KIA Motor in Georgia, the impact of Korean investment in the economy of Georgia, and perspectives on building relationships with Korean investors for local economic development.
Former Executive Vice President of The Coca-Cola Company, Ahmet Bozer, met with students of IB 3090 held by Dr. Ilke Kardes. He shared valuable insights on leadership, culture, and business.
December 2016: Cavusgil received the Certificate for Highly Cited Research in International Business Review.
The paper, “Do barriers to export vary for born globals and across stages of internationalization? An empirical inquiry in the emerging market of Turkey”, published in 2013 is one of the most highly cited papers in International Business Review during 2014, 2015 and up until June 2016.
Seeking to collaborate with the efforts to understand the internationalization process of Emerging Market firms, the Brazilian Multinationals Observatory (BMO) has been conducting studies and monitoring Brazilian FDI worldwide.
Tamer Cavusgil and Gabriel Vouga a special report about how Brazilian multinationals are expanding throughout Latin American countries. Read the report
GSU-CIBER says farewell to its visiting scholars, Ayse Akyol and Gabriel Vouga.
In the picture below: Farrah Bernardino, Ayse Akyol, Tamer Cavusgil, Gabriel Vouga (from left to right)
GSU-CIBER held a productive meeting with its Advisory Council on December 2nd, 2016. New curriculum and upcoming study abroad programs were main discussion points. We thank all our dedicated advisors for their time and valuable insights.