S. Tamer Cavusgil

Executive Director & Principal Investigator at Georgia State University - Center for International Business Education and Research at College of Business

S. Tamer Cavusgil

S. Tamer Cavusgil

Executive Director & Principal Investigator at Georgia State University - Center for International Business Education and Research at College of Business

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Georgia State University - Center for International Business Education and Research at College of Business

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Dean, Business Administration at Georgia State University - J. Mack Robinson College of Business

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Sebastian S. Kresge Professor of Marketing at Harvard University - Harvard Business School

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Dean at Leeds University Business School

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Co-Founder at Robertson Cooper Ltd.

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Associate Professor in Accounting & Finance at Leeds University Business School

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Dean at University of Birmingham - Birmingham Business School

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Director of Rcb Korean Initiatives, Department of Computer Information Systems at Georgia State University - J. Mack Robinson College of Business

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Director of Communications & External Affairs at Georgia State University - J. Mack Robinson College of Business

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Director at Tortoise Capital Advisors LLC

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Michael Dingman Chair, Global Strategy & Entrepreneurship at University of Maryland, College Park - Robert H. Smith School of Business

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S. Tamer Cavusgil
Executive Director & Principal Investigator at Georgia State University - Center for International Business Education and Research at College of Business
Education
BS

1. Scientific Approach It is unconditionally accepted that a university's mission is to ensure the understanding of current knowledge and the discovery of new knowledge. On this subject, there should be no hindrance to the discovery and sharing of new knowledge. An environment should be created in which research, creativity and student self-development can be fostered. 2. Academic Freedom The right to determine how, to whom, and by whom knowledge is taught is paramount. The university is opposed to dogmatic thoughts and ideas, under the principle of the scientific approach. The right to honest inquiry and legal protest is acknowledged and guaranteed by law. 3. Interdisciplinary Approach Interdisciplinary education and research are encouraged. The university enables academic staff to work on educational and research projects with educational centres and institutes outside their own academic units. 4. Lifelong Education The university encourages lifelong education for its own staff, graduates, and people from all walks of life, and provides these people with new scientific knowledge. In order for the people of our country to benefit more effectively and efficiently from METU's experience and culture, the university develops and applies exemplary educational models. 5. The Training of Qualified People For the good of society, the university aims to develop students with humane and moral values, the skills for leadership, open-mindedness, and the habit of continuously re-educating themselves. Graduates are oriented to employ the skills they have learned at METU in their workplaces. Students are encouraged to become scientists, and thus be among the nation's most important human resources. 6. Student Support The duty to provide the necessary support in order to prevent those students with material difficulties from being deprived of higher education is acknowledged. 7. Communication with Society The university aims to continue performing its functions in order to benefit every sector of society and remain in contact with its environment. The university is concerned with the finding and promoting of solutions to the problems of our nation, region and the international community. It plays a prominent role in providing communication in scientific, cultural and social fields. 8. Involved Administration The university encourages its academic staff, departments and administrative units to prepare, assess and continuously evaluate plans and concrete strategies in order to keep up with rapid change and globalization. To this end, an administrative policy which is based on knowledge, the delegation of duties and responsibilities, democratic principles, involvement, dynamism, flexibility and transparency is pursued. Respect for the individual and tolerance are our foremost concerns.

Ph.D.

Wisconsin School of Business is the business school of University of Wisconsin–Madison, located in Grainger Hall. Founded in 1900, it has more than 35,000 alumni. The undergraduate program prepares students for business careers, while its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is based on focused career specializations. The school offers many student services, such as Undergraduate Advising Services, The Business Career Center, and International Programs.

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Academy of International Business, Inc. operates as a association of scholars and specialists in the field of international business. It provides information and ideas among people in academic, business and government professions. The company was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in East Lansing, MI.

Career History
Professor
Current

J. Mack Robinson College of Business is the business school of Georgia State University in Atlanta. It is one of Georgia State's six colleges. Robinson College began as the Georgia Tech Evening School of Commerce in 1913. After being moved to downtown Atlanta in 1914, the college continued to grow. In 1955, it was renamed the Georgia State College of Business Administration. In 1998, the college was renamed the J. Mack Robinson College of Business in honor of J. Mack Robinson, an Atlanta entrepreneur, businessman and philanthropist

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Boards & Committees
Member, Board of Directors
Prior

The American Marketing Association operates professional associations for marketers. The company offers services to marketing professionals including best practices and research studies, job resources, publications and directories. Its publications include flagship semi-monthly magazine Marketing News, as well as journal of marketing, journal of public policy and marketing and a variety of newsletters. The company was founded in 1931 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.

Awards & Honors
Fulbright Scholar
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