Center for International Business Education and Research
2004 - 2005 Working Paper Series

The Georgia Tech CIBER is pleased to offer the following working papers as part of its 2004 - 2005 program. The abstracts and full-text of some papers are offered at this site while the hard-copy is $5.00 each. (To view the full-text version, Acrobat Reader is required). If you would like to place an order, please make your check payable to the Georgia Institute of Technology. Please indicate the number of the papers desired and mail to :

Georgia Tech CIBER
College of Management
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332-0520

Number Title Author

001-05-06

"Emerging Technologies and the State of Alabama: Creating World-Class Technology Clusters"

Dr. John McIntyre

04-002

"Undergraduate Curriculum: The Corporate Context"

Raj Agrawal

04-003

"Teaching in China: Culture-based Challenges"

Herman Aguinis

04-004

"Economic Transition and Management Skills: The Case of China"

Xue Bai

04-005

"Linguistic Competency, Culture Understanding and Business Education in Ukraine"

Lyudmila Bordyuk

04-006

"Challenges for Executive Education in Latin America"

David Bruce, Joao Marcelo Sombra, Pedro Carrillo

04-007

"Training Heritage Students for Managing in Emerging Markets: The Case of Business in Israel in the United States"

Daniel Laufer

04-008

"Graduate Certificate for Students with Undergraduate Degrees from Foreign Universities: Implications for Students and Schools in Emerging Markets"

C. McInnis-Bowers, E. Byron Chew, Michael Bowers

04-009

"A Program of Cooperation Between An American and an Indian University: A Case Study"

Earl Potter, Badie Farah

04-010

"The Use of a Global Business Practicum in Promoting International Competence"

David Currie, Denisa Krbec, Serge Matulich"

04-011

"Russia Is Much More Than Moscow: Building a Business Program in Siberia"

Scott Erickson, Richard Insinga, Vladimir Kureshov

04-012

"Opportunities and Risks in Training Managers - A Narrative of the Brazilian Experience with Professional Masterís Programs"

Tania Fischer, Celio Andrade

04-013

"Case-Based Business Education in the Arab Middle East and North Africa"

Kate Gillespie, Liesl Riddle

04-014

"Quality in Business Education: A Study of the Indian Context"

Vipin Gupta, Kamala Gollakota, Ancheri Sreekumar

04-015

"Strategic Definitions for Exporting Business Education to China"

Jonathan Johnson

04-016

"Experiential Learning in Emerging Markets: Leveraging the Foreign Experience"

James Johnson

04-017

"An Emerging Market Player in International Business Education:  The Case of Wits Business School"

Saul Klein, Mike Ward

04-018

"Some Reflections on Multinational Accounting Firms and Consultants as Contributors to Business Education and Economic Sophistication in Emerging Nations"

David McKee, Yosra McKee, Don Garner

04-019

"Bridging Vietnam and America: Cooperation between the National Economics University and Boise State University"

N.K. Napier

04-020

"Kazakhstan, Capitalism, and Conscience: Metamorphosis of a Former Soviet Republicís Business Education"

Dai Rao, Liza Rybina

04-021

"What is Missing from Business Education?  Meeting the Needs of Emerging Market Business Education"

Richard Reeves-Ellington

04-022

"Nepalese Management Education: A View from the High Country"

Al Rosenbloom

04-023

"East Meets West: The Dilemma of Management Pedagogy in China"

Xiaoyun Wang, Wei He, Kaicheng Yu

04-024

"This is Not (Quite) An MBA!"

Thomaz Wood Jr, Ana Paula Paes de Paula

04-025

"Replicating Business Education Programs in Emerging Countries" Virginia Yonkers

04-026

"The U.S. Regulatory and Innovatory Processes fro the Wind Energy Industry"

John McIntyre

04-027

"Water Treatment Regulation in the United States and Effects on the Global Innovation Process"

John McIntyre

04-028

"Cross-Border M&A:  Does Culture Matter?"

Rajesh Chakrabarti, Narayanan Jayaraman, Swastika Mukherjee

04-029
  John McIntyre