The PhD concentration in International Business (IB) prepares students for successful scholarly careers at research universities across the globe. The IB faculty has been ranked No. 4 worldwide in international business research productivity by the Asia Pacific Journal of Management. Additionally, the Fox School of Business numbers among the 31 universities nationwide to receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Education for our Center for International Business and Education Research (CIBER). The IB department is also home to the Journal of International Management, edited by Professor Masaaki Kotabe, and International Finance Review, an annual book series edited by Professor J. Jay Choi.
The IB doctoral concentration emphasizes interdisciplinary research, and students are required to pursue a functional business minor in Strategy, Marketing or Finance. Graduates of the IB program have enjoyed great success on the academic market, finding initial appointments at institutions such as Rutgers University, the University of Hawaii and Beijing University.
International Business Faculty
Concentration Advisor: J. Jay Choi
Title: Professor Research Interests: Global Corporate Governance, International Finance and Strategy, Emerging Markets Department: Finance Office: Alter Hall 417 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Webpage: www.jchoi.me
Title: Professor Research Interests: Product Development, Global Marketing Strategy, Tactical Launch Planning Department: Marketing and Supply Chain Management (MSCM) Office: Alter Hall 523 E-mail: email@example.com View CV
Title: Associate Professor Research Interests: Economic Policy and U.S. Multinational Firms Department: Department of Strategic Management
Office: Alter Hall 555 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Title: Associate Professor & Merves Fellow Research Interests: Financial and International Accounting Department: Accounting Office: Alter Hall 453 E-mail: email@example.com
Title: Professor Research Interests: Global sourcing strategy/supply chain management, International marketing, and Product development Department: Strategic Management Office: Alter Hall 559 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Webpage: http://astro.temple.edu/~mkotabe View CV
Title: Professor Research Interests: Emerging Markets, Renewable Energy Department: Strategic Management Office: Alter Hall 549 E-mail: email@example.com Webpage: http://astro.temple.edu/~rmudambi View CV
Title: Professor & Chair Research Interests: Strategic Alliances, International Joint Ventures, Global Networks Department: Strategic Management Office: Alter Hall 561 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org View CV
International Business Students
Bruno Barreto de Góes
Bruno Barreto de Góes is currently a Ph.D. Candidate and Research Assistant at the Strategic Management and International Business Department at the Fox School of Business of Temple University. His current research interests include management of global supply chains, innovation strategies and the impact of environmental and social sustainability practices on management strategies. He has published several papers in the proceedings of national and international conferences, and is currently a member of the Academy of International Business (AIB), Strategic Management Society and Academy of Management. At Temple, he has been awarded a University Fellowship for academic achievement, one of the most prestigious awards granted by the University. He has also co-founded and been elected by his peers as president of the Doctoral Student Association of the Fox Business School. Mr. de Góes also holds an M.Sc. in business administration with concentrations in Marketing and International Business from the COPPEAD Graduate School of Business of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, and a B.A. with a major in Philosophy and a minor in French from Saint John’s University, MN. Mr. de Góes has worked as the Program Director for different certificate programs at the COPPEAD Graduate School of Business as well as a lecturer of three different disciplines in international business. Finally, from 2001 to 2004, he worked at the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, where he acted as editor, assistant editor and translator for several of their publications.
Jimi Kim is currently a PhD student in International Business and Strategic Management at the Fox school of Business, Temple University. Her primary research interests include international and emerging market strategies, and growth strategies of multinational enterprises. Jimi holds a B.A.(Hon.) from Korea University and she has an extensive industry experience. As a manager in an IT firm, she executed cross-border investments, and mergers and acquisitions.
Marcelo Cano-Kollmann is a PhD candidate in International Business and Strategic Management at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. He holds an MBA from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Masters in Management and Public Accounting degrees from Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. His research focuses on the influence of institutional and geographical factors on innovation. Before entering academia, he had a career as an accountant and a controller working for several international companies. He was attracted to Temple "by the reputation of the school in the International Business field, the strong faculty in the Strategic Management Department and the opportunities for international collaboration with other research universities.
Tareque Laskar is a professional in the education and learning space with close to a decade of diverse experience in the complementary fields of teaching, training, research and writing. He has most recently worked as a consultant and trainer for Greycaps India, Asia's largest On Stage quizzing and knowledge services company contributing to training programs and content development. The latest assignment involved co-authoring ‘Funancial Sense’, an introduction to financial markets book aimed at high school students which was conceived and promoted by the National Stock Exchange (NSE) in India.
Ahreum Lee is currently a PhD student majoring in International Business and Strategic Management Department at the Fox school of Business, Temple University. Her research interests include subsidiary knowledge creation, innovation in emerging economies, corporate governance and ownership strategies in emerging economy firms. She earned her Bachelor of Business Administration and Chinese Literature from Sungkyunkwan University in Korea and holds an M.S. in International Business at the University of Sydney, Australia. She has industry experience working as an analyst in credit rating industry in Korea.
All students admitted to our program are considered for full financial support. Funding typically comes in the form of an assistantship and includes full tuition and a competitive stipend for at least four years, based on adequate progress and yearly evaluations. Students who apply before the January 15 deadline will also be considered for Temple’s prestigious university fellowships. Students of International Business may also apply to CIBER for additional funding to cover summer research and/or data acquisition.