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About CIBER

Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBERs) are funded by grants from the U.S. Department of Education. The CIBERs nationwide form a network for independent and collaborative programs supporting professional international business development, research, and travel opportunities for faculty and students as well as outreach to regional and national business and educators.

Established in 1992, the Indiana University CIBER carries on IU's long legacy of international involvement. The Kelley School of Business was only the second school to establish an International Business Department in the 1950's. Kelley faculty then took the lead in developing the field of IB its literature, curriculum, and fundamental research directions. In the process, IU's Business School educated many of today's leading IB scholars. 

The CIBER Case Collection at The Case Centre, a collection of English-language cases from all business disciplines makes it possible for professors at schools that do not have case clearinghouses to have their cases widely advertised and distributed. Cases and teaching notes submitted to the CIBER Case Collection are reviewed and edited, and, after final author approval, submitted for distribution through The Case Centre. Case authors retain copyright. 

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Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

Through more than 80 years of curriculum innovation in management education, the Kelley School of Business stands as one of the country's premier business schools. It offers undergraduate and graduate education programs to approximately 4,600 full-time students on its Bloomington campus and approximately 1,200 students on its Indianapolis campus. 

Kelley's undergraduate program is ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top business schools in the country. Its top-ranked MBA program for full-time residential students has been cited in Business Week as one of the favorites of corporate recruiters looking for general managers, marketing talent, and finance graduates. Other definitive publications, including Money and Princeton Review, have recognized various Kelley programs as among the best. The school's doctoral program has contributed to overall teaching and research excellence by sending more than 1,000 doctoral graduates to key positions in industry and academe.

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Center for International Business Education and Research
Indiana University
Kelley School of Business
316 N. Jordan Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405-1701
+1 812 855-5944
f +1 812 855 9006
w www.kelley.iu.edu/CIBER/

P. Roberto Garcia, Director
+1 812 855 5944
e prgarcia@indiana.edu

Christine Everett, Associate Director
t +1 812 855 5040
e  cdavis@indiana.edu
 
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