In June, Bryan Chiu and Marcus Chow visited GSU-CIBER to be mentored by Dr. Tamer Cavusgil. Both Bryan and Marcus are from the Open University of Hong Kong. They also participated in the International Business Pedagogy Workshops during their stay in Atlanta.
GSU-CIBER has hosted several successful years of the International Business Pedagogy Workshops in Atlanta. On April 9-10, 2018, GSU CIBER partnered with Leeds University Business School on a similar event, using the Atlanta workshops as a model.
We congratulate Professor Tamer Cavusgil, our Executive Director, as he recently was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from The University of Southern Denmark (SDU) for his many contributions in international business. This is Tamer’s second honorary doctorate, the first being from Hasselt University in Belgium. Tamer was honored at a university-wide celebration on October 27, 2017… more »
The GSU CIBER faculty and staff met with its advisory board on October 19, 2017. Discussion took place around current and future projects, including the upcoming CIBER grant proposal. Thank you to the GSU CIBER Advisory Board for your time and commitment to this center and to Georgia State.
Professor Seyda Deligonul, St. John’s Fisher College, presented to the International Business doctoral students on the topic of “Theorizing and Forming Hypotheses in International Business”. During this seminar, Professor Deligonul focused on theorizing in international business, particularly concentrating on the link between theory and hypothesis formation. He discussed How International Business theorizing becomes useful in… more »
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.