Center for International Business Education and Research
Fuqua School of Business
Durham, NC 27708-0120 USA
Fedex only address:
100 Fuqua Drive
Durham, NC 27708-0104
CIBER at the Fuqua School of Business provides wonderful opportunities and environments to conduct world-class research on international business. I am greatly indebted to the academic and day-to-day support from both faculty and administrative staff.
Dr. Seiko Arai,
We accept several international visiting scholars to The Fuqua School of Business. During their one-year stay, international scholars are integrated into the academic community. Visiting scholars conduct their research and attend meetings, workshops, seminars, and conferences in their disciplines. This initiative further promotes the internationalization of Fuqua and Duke University. It also provides the opportunity for international scholars, students, and faculty to interact and mutually learn from one another. In addition, it is an outreach outlet to other international institutions, and paves the way for networking and future collaboration.
Currently, we have two visiting scholars:
"As a visiting researcher at CIBER Fuqua, I have conducted my doctoral research and participated in the Offshoring Research Network. At Fuqua I have benefited from many interactions and collaborations with professors, post-doc and PhD students from the research center. For those engaged in the comprehension of globalization, Duke is definitely an exciting and stimulating place to better understand this phenomenon at the firm-level. My experience has been far beyond my expectations.
In addition, Fuqua not only offers great research conditions but also offers a very pleasant work environment, which can be attributed to everybody's friendliness."
"My visiting period with CIBER has been without a doubt one of the best experiences of my academic career. While working in Fuqua I've received intense, constructive, and on-the-spot feedback, which has been tremendously helpful for me, and found a clear connection with the community of scholars that I want to belong to. This, in conjunction with the great human quality I have found throughout Duke, has not only boosted the quality of my research but also created strong bonds that I expect to maintain for years to come!"