It was delightful to host Ms. Martha Lawless at my International Trade class this Wednesday. She covered topics from service trade, international e-commerce and trade barriers and shared her insights on government regulation, tax policy and the challenge with counterfiet products. Students were very engaged in the conversation and raised great questions. Thanks Ms. Lawless for the talk and we would love to have you again in the future!
In this video, Prof. Czinkota introduced the significance of international services in the United States and world economic activities.
In this video, Prof.Czinkota reminds the public that Terrorism is not far from us, even more, it is a significant issue in international marketing. Not only are emerging economies threatened by the rise of terrorism, but developed economies will be affected as well.Terrorism preparedness matters!
INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE
for excellence in International Business Case writing
Case submitted by faculty and students, can cover the entire spectrum of the International Business sphere, covering, for example, but not limited to, Trade and Investment Policies, the International Business Environment or Strategy and Operations. The deadline for submission of the previously unpublished final case, including instructor’s solution materials, is April 15, 2019.
Length of submission: Less than 3,000 words (the solution material does not count against this limit)
Please submit to Prof. Michael Czinkota M.Czinkota@Kent.ac.uk
Cases will be evaluated and selected by an international Jury whose decisions are final.
Winners receive a Certificate and will be entered in the Kent Business School Book of Honor
🏆 First Prize: £ 500
Second Prize: £ 250
Third Prize: £ 125
Prizes 4-12: £ 50
Winning cases are also eligible for publication in the forthcoming Cambridge Press book by Prof. Michael Czinkota, Prof. Ilkka Ronkainen and Prof. Suraksha Gupta
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact M.Czinkota@Kent.ac.uk
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