Episode 22: Getting and Keeping the International Job

In this segment of “Thoughts on International Business, Marketing, and Strategy,” Professor Michael Czinkota of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is joined by Paul Kollmer-Dorsey, international attorney. They discuss the new, changing globalized job market and converging international attitudes.

Episode 21: Dr. Oweiss on Egypt

In this episode of “Thoughts on International Business, Marketing, and Finance,” Professor Michael Czinkota is joined by Dr. Ibrahim Oweiss, professor emeritus at Georgetown University and previous ambassador of Egypt to the United Nations. With first hand experience of the uprisings in Egypt, having spoken to crowds at Liberty Square, Dr. Oweiss provides insight to the Egyptian demonstrations and Arab Spring in relation to international business. The day after this shoot, Dr. Oweiss flew out to Egypt to advise the Egyptian Prime Minister.

Episode 19: Oded Shenkar on Innovation and Imitation

In this episode of “Thoughts on International Business, Marketing, and Strategy,” Professor Charles Skuba is joined by Dr. Oded Shenkar, professor of business at Ohio State University and Ford Motor Company chair. They discuss themes in Dr. Shenkar’s new book, Copycats. Dr. Shenkar challenges the idea that innovation is at the heart of the market and posits that, as China has proven, imitation can fuel business and the international market.

Episode 18: J. Michael Farrell on the Panama and Suez Canals

In this episode of “Thoughts on International Business, Marketing, and Strategy,” Professor Michael Czinkota is joined by J. Michael Farrell, an attorney at law in Washington DC. Mr. Farrell discusses the similarities between the Panama and Suez Canals and transportation in a post-9/11 world.