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Indiana University Bloomington

Institute for International Business

EME

In the Emerging Market Experience (EME) program, MBA students design a seven-week international study program with an in-depth examination of the business and cultural landscape of a given country, culminating in a 10-day trip to that nation.

Emerging Economies

In Kelley’s undergraduate Emerging Economies course, students focus study on a country, culminating in a visit overseas, meeting with government, business, and university officials.

Resources

To successfully compete beyond the United States' borders requires a strong understanding of the world and mastering the skills necessary to compete globally. We offer an extensive repository of resources to help you stay informed about the changing face of global industries, potential solutions to common problems, and emerging challenges and opportunities.

CIBER Media 

On CIBER Media, we offer CIBER Focus and other video series featuring business and government leaders as well as educators on topics affecting international business today.

IIB Library

You are welcome to stop by the Institute for International Business to peruse our offerings. We have several hundred assets available to borrow, including:

  • Creating a World Without Poverty, Yunus
  • Next Generation Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid, London and Hart
  • On the Move: The Caribbean Since 1989, Bronfman
  • Rosetta Stone language learning series in Arabic, French, German, Hebrew, Japanese, Mandarin, Portuguese, and Spanish

Business/SPEA Information Commons

The Business/SPEA Information Commons houses an extensive collection of internationally-focused print and electronic resources available for short-term loan. Inquire at the reference desk.

Area Studies Programs at IU

If you want to learn more about specific world regions, IU has many options for beginning and advanced study through its area studies programs through the School of Global and International Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences.