How does a firm looking to expand internationally build an effective global supply chain network from scratch? Masaaki ‘Mike’ Kotabe, Washburn Chair Professor of International Business and Marketing at the Fox School, addresses this question by studying the strategies employed by Uniqlo, a Japanese apparel firm which successfully built a world-class global supply chain network […]
Last month, a team of four Fox School juniors took a road trip to the University of Missouri-St. Louis to compete in the 2018 International Business Case Competition. They placed second and returned to Temple with a cash prize of $500. The Fox School team—consisting of students Tyler Ascione, Sonali Patel, Nathan Pham, and Tarun […]
The U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce has awarded The World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia (WTCGP) a $1M, three-year matching grant to implement key strategies of the Greater Philadelphia Export Plan. As part of the nationwide Global Cities Initiative (GCI), supported by the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase, the […]
A conversation with Alain Verbeke about how the international business research community should adapt to today’s global context. *The opinions expressed are the personal opinions of the interviewee and not of the Fox School of Business. In late 2017, the Fox School of Business hosted the Academy of International Business U.S. Northeast Conference. For the […]
There has been a backlash against globalization and multinational corporations lately, but as new markets emerge, people, knowledge, capital, raw materials, finished products, services, and culture will increasingly flow across national boundaries. This flow is the essence of international business, and its success hinges on understanding the new configurations that will emerge. It is […]
According to the research findings of a professor from the Fox School, business ownership doesn’t always equate to entrepreneurship. Dr. Kevin J. Fandl, assistant professor in the Department of Legal Studies in Business, and his coauthor, Juana Paola Bustamante of the International Finance Corporation, analyzed a law passed in 2010 in Colombia to assess the […]
Is working remotely in your future? For many, it already is. A 2016 poll from Gallup found that 43 percent of Americans are working remotely at least part of the time, up from 39 percent in 2012. According to a survey at the London Global Leadership Summit, executives anticipate more than half of their employees […]
In October, Temple University’s Fox School of Business welcomed more than 200 of the world’s leading academics, consultants, and practitioners for a three-day conference on international business, global cities, and innovation. The Fox School hosted a joint conference Oct. 27-30 of Academy of International Business-Northeast Region members, as well as iBEGIN scholars. In 2013, Fox […]
Profs. Susan Mudambi (Marketing) and Nick Dahan (IB) were both recognized with a Best Reviewer Award at the Academy of International Business 2014 annual conference, in Vancouver BC.
Congratulations to Masaaki Kotabe, the Washburn Chair Professor of International Business and Marketing, and his coauthors for their forthcoming article “Examining Complementary Effect of Political Networking Capability with Absorptive Capacity on the Innovative Performance of Emerging-Market Firms”, in prestigious Journal of Management.
Masaaki Kotabe, the Washburn Chair Professor of International Business and Marketing, and coauthor Kristiaan Helsen, launched the 6th edition of Global Marketing Management, published by John Wiley & Sons.
Professor Michael Valenza taught an EMBA law and business ethics course in Singapore during the Summer 2014, and gave a presentation on the legal aspects of the territorial/maritime disputes in the South China Sea.
IB Professor Ram Mudambi and Doctoral students from Fox School of Business, Politecnico di Milano, and Copenhagen Business School organized a Panel Discussion on “Global Connectivity as the Basis for Local Innovation” at the AIB annual conference in Vancouver BC, in June 2014. Panel speakers also included Profs. John Cantwell (Rutgers, JIBS Editor-in-Chief) and Felipe […]
Milton Brice, VP of Corporate Finance at The Hershey Company was a guest speaker to the International Business student Association in Spring 2014. He gave a presentation on “Building an international Consumer Packaged Good business”.
The Journal Citation Reports® 2013 based on Thomson Reuters’ Social Science Citation Index™ (SSCI) indicated that Journal of International Management (JIM), edited by the Fox School of Business, at Temple University, has the journal’s 2012 Impact Factor increased to 2.2. JIM’s acceptance rate is 7.8%.