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Indiana University Bloomington

Institute for International Business

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CIBER Focus

In the CIBER Focus video series, university faculty and experienced business professionals talk about international developments that could impact practitioners at local or regional levels.

The series helps practitioners better understand complicated global challenges and shows how academic and professional perspectives can help businesses tackle global challenges today.

2014

NGO Interactions with Government (Energy Sector in Kenya)

Sustainable Agriculture and Entrepreneurship in Ghana

Business Environment, Entrepreneurship, and Jewelry in Ghana

2013

Human Resource Development in China and U.S.

Kelley Latin America Conference: Alfredo Diaz

Short-Term Internships in Uganda

Kelley Latin America Conference: Blas Gonzalez

Sustainability in Scandanavia

Acumen Fund and Investing in Fighting Poverty

Ending Global Hunger and Civic Engagement

Britain's Rocky Relationship with the EU

Foreign Direct Investment and China

International Trade and Conflict

MBA Team Deployment in Guatemala: Revenue-generating enterprise for FUNDAP

MBA Team Deployment in Ghana: Financial sustainability for Challenging Heights

The Global Textile Industry

Human Trafficking

Expatriate Executives in Asia

Dynamic Markets in Africa

The Fight Against Corruption

The Gateway to Africa

Entrepreneurship after Haitian Earthquake

Asset Based Community Development

2012

The Big Business of Doomsday

Entrepreneurship Across Cultures

An Internship in Kenya

US-India Business Relations in a Romney Administration

Entrepreneurship and Health Services in Kenya

Issues in the Emerging and Fast Growing Economies

Cross Cultural Management

European Financial Crisis

Humanitarian Logistics

Emmanuel Akorli - Empowering Small Businesses in Ghana

James Kofi Annan - Fighting Child Slavery in West Africa

Raphael Tyson - Microfinance and Business Opportunities in Ghana

Globase Guatemala – Mujeres Buscando Alternativas

Globase Guatemala Business Profile

Accounting Transparency, Tax Pressure and Access to Finance

Current State of Business in Korea

Cyber Peace: Countering Cyber Attacks in International Law, Business, and Relations

Global Positioning: Indiana’s Exports and Foreign Direct Investment

Brain Gain of Corporate Boards

Micro-Consignment in Guatemala

2011

9/11 Ten Years Later

Global Business and the Travel Industry

The Global Flat Panel Display Industry

GLOBASE Ghana, Part 2

Conflict in the Middle East and North Africa

Microfinance and Social Enterprise

Economic Challenges and Opportunities in Eastern Europe

Entrepreneurship in the Caribbean

Entrepreneurial Spirit in Barbados

Barbados and Entrepreneurship

The Cave Hill School of Business and Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship in Barbados

Barbados, Entrepreneurship, and International Trade

Leadership and Career Coaching

Human Resources Management

From Good to Great

GLOBASE Ghana, Part 1

Aid to Artisans Ghana: An Interview with Bridget Kyerematen-Darko

Microfinance in Ghana: An Interview with Menasseh Portuphy

Financial Crisis in the European Union

Business Incubators in the U.S. and Abroad

Conservation and Sustainable Development in Central Asia

Entrepreneurship, Economic Development, and Political Stability

2010

Credit Crunch for Small Businesses in Eastern Europe

Interview with Kelsey Timmerman

Interview with Anne and Kelly Campbell

2009

Business Operations In Africa: Opportunities (part one)

Business Operations in Africa: Visiting Africa (part two)

Business Operations in Africa: Microfinancing (part three)

The Impact of Chinese Protectionism on U.S. Businesses




Teachable Moments

Each episode of Teachable Moments illustrates approaches to teaching cultural nuances through the use of hands-on, in-class activities, as well as tips on incorporating international examples in the college classroom. Many of the examples can be adapted to the high school classroom as well.




International Business Voices

From sustainable coffee in Latin America to the business climate in China, the Kelley School of Business and Indiana University bring business and government leaders to campus to speak on topics affecting international business today with the International Business Voices video series.




Managing Across Diverse Populations

This four-part series explores many of the nuances that individuals working or studying in an international setting will face; an invaluable resource in today’s global economy.