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    Visiting Preparation and Global Academic and Business Visiting
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    International Academic Visit Scholar Program
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    International Conference
  • Visiting Preparation and Global Academic and Business Visiting
    Our program includes personal English training, global academic classrooms, round-table conference, and English assistants for each student (excluded in tuition). In each day, English assistants will help students to finish daily English training according to the schedule. Additionally, students can recommend their own secretaries to be English assistants. More Apply
  • International Academic Visit Scholar Program
    We will help students to apply for academic scholars in Ivy League Universities (for example, Harvard University, MIT, Stanford, Columbia University, and University of Pennsylvania) 6-12 months in advance, which is based on the requirements and needs of students. More Apply
  • International Conference
    Our program will recommend students as international entrepreneurs and academic scholars to participate international conferences, holding by ICC and other advanced organizations. More Apply


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Faculties and students of the program will invite International famous experts, government leaders, and international business leaders to join our project by depending on the power of the country.

Jehoshua Eliashberg

Professor Eliashberg has been teaching the following courses at Wharton: Marketing Research; Models for Marketing Strategy; New Product Management; Design, Manufacturing, and Marketing Integration; and Analysis of the Media and Entertainment Industries. Prior to joining academia, he was employed for a number of years as an electronic engineer and marketing. He has participated extensively in various executive education programs. His executive education and consulting activities include AccentHealth, AstraZeneca, AT&T, Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Bell Atlantic, Campbell Soup, Cheil Communications, CTV Television Network (Canada), Domino’s Pizza, Franklin Mint, General Motors, Givaudan, HBO, IBM, Independence Blue Cross, Inmar, Janssen Pharmaceutica Inc., Johnson & Johnson, L G Electronics, Lucent Technologies, Multimedia Development Corp. (Malaysia), Pathe Cinema (Holland), Philip Morris, The Siam Cement Group (Thailand), Sirius Satellite Radio, Warner Home Video, Weave Innovations Inc., Woodside Travel Trust, and Wyeth/Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.

Vincent Buccola

Assistant Professor, Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department, The Wharton School, 2014 - present

Bigelow Fellow and Lecturer in Law, University of Chicago Law School, 2012 - 2014

Brian Berkey

Brian Berkey is interested in the notion of collective obligations and their relationship to individual obligations, as well as in methodological issues in ethics and political philosophy, including the appropriate role of appeals to intuitions. His work has appeared in Mind, Philosophical Studies, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Journal of Applied Philosophy, Social Theory and Practice, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy and Public Issues, Ethics, Policy, & Environment, and Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.

Elizabeth E. Bailey

Doctor of Engineering (Honorary), Stevens Institute of Technology, 2000; Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1997; Directors' Choice Award, National Women's Economic Alliance Foundation, 1990; LLD (Honorary), DePaul University, 1988; Radcliffe College Alumnae Recognition Award, 1985

Christopher Armstrong

Professor Armstrong serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, and The Accounting Review. Professor Armstrong's research has been published in top-tier academic journals including The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Operations Research, Review of Accounting Studies, and Journal of Financial Reporting.

W. Bruce Allen

Anvil Award For Teaching Excellence, 1991; Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Curriculum Teaching Award, 1984

Abby E. Alpert

Abby Alpert's research interests are in health economics and public finance. Her recent work has focused on pharmaceuticals and, specifically, the consequences of Medicare and Medicaid policies for prescription drugs.  In this area of research, she has studied Medicaid reimbursement policies, Medicaid managed care, Medicare Part D, direct-to-consumer advertising, opioid abuse, and drug shortages.  Her research also examines the impacts of Medicare and Medicaid payment policies for other health care services.

Prior to joining Wharton, she was an Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy at The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California in Irvine and she was an Associate Economist at the RAND Corporation. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Maryland and B.S. in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Chicago.

Franklin Allen

The Class of 1984 Teaching Award, 1996, 1997; Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award, 1993, 1999; Excellence in Teaching Award (Graduate Division), 1990, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002; Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002; Undergraduate Division Excellence in Teaching Award, 1991; Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, 2001.

Jose Miguel Abito

Jose Miguel Abito's current research include investigating the interaction of price and pollution regulation in the US electricity industry and its effect on efficiency, understanding dynamics of corporate campaigns and how activists induce private regulation, and studying consumer bias in purchasing extended warranties and how it influences firms’ pricing strategies. He is also interested in antitrust policy and regulation.

Jose Miguel received his PhD in Economics from Northwestern University in 2013. Prior to his doctoral studies, he attended the Toulouse School of Economics in France and the National University of Singapore.

Andrew B Abel

Fellow, Econometric Society, 1991; John Kenneth Galbraith Award, Harvard University, 1984; MBA Core Curriculum Cluster Award, 1996-97

Nicholas A. Arnosti

Professor Arnosti teaches the MBA core class B6102 Operations Management. His research focuses on market design, with particular emphasis on online marketplaces (such as Airbnb, e-Bay, and markets for display advertising) and matching markets (for example, assigning students to public schools and medical students to residencies).

Asim M. Ansari

BE, Osmania, India, 1986; PGDM, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, 1988; PhD, New York University, 1994

Charles Angelucci

Charles has received his Ph.D. from the Toulouse School of Economics and focuses on Microeconomic Theory, Organizational Economics, and Industrial Organization. He is particularly interested in how organizations design decision rules and processes to foster information acquisition. He also conducts research on the media industry, which aims at understanding how the reliance on advertising revenues shapes newspapers’ pricing policies. Prior to joining Columbia.

Dan Amiram

BA, Ben Gurion University, 2003; MA, Ben Gurion University, 2007; PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2011

Joined CBS in 2011

Daniel R. Ames

Professor Ames's research focuses on social judgment and behavior. He examines how people judge themselves as well as the individuals and groups around them (e.g., impression formation, stereotyping). He also studies the consequences of these judgments on interpersonal dynamics, including prosocial behaviors (e.g., trust, cooperation, helping) and competitive interactions (e.g., negotiations, conflict, aggression). A central aspect of this work is how people "read minds" to make inferences--whether right or wrong--about what others think, want, and feel.

Rob Amen

Prior to his 3 years at IFF, Mr. Amen was President of International Paper Company, retiring from that post in March 2006. During his 26 years with International Paper, Mr. Amen played a major role in developing the company's international strategy and in transforming the company's operations and business focus. He was named president of International Paper in 2003, having previously served as executive vice president of the company from 2000-2003 and president of International Paper Europe from 1996-2000. Rob is Chairman of the Deming Center Advisory Board at Columbia University. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Verso Corporation and Balfour Beatty PLC. Mr. Amen has a bachelor's degree in economics from Boston College and a master's degree in business administration from Columbia University. Areas of interest: international business; people development/leadership and emerging markets.

Modupe Akinola

BA, Harvard, 1996; MBA, Harvard, 2001; MA, Harvard, 2006; PhD, Harvard, 2009

Joined CBS in 2009

Eric Abrahamson

Professor Abrahamson studies the creation, spread, use and rejection of innovative techniques for managing organizations and their employees. He is best known for his work on fads and fashions in management techniques. He is also an expert on the management of organizational change. He has explored the topic of change management in Change Without Pain: How Managers Can Overcome Initiative Overload, Organizational Chaos, and Employee Burnout (Harvard Business School Press, 2005), which won a Best Book of the Year award from Strategy and Business.

Steven Wayne Abrahams

Steven Abrahams's team provides market analysis and investment advice in residential, commercial and consumer securitized products. Steve joined Deutsche Bank in March 2010 from Citadel Investment Group, where he founded that firm's first effort to offer advice and analytics to managers of large loan and fixed-income securities portfolios. He previously was a Senior Managing Director at Bear Stearns, where he ran research for agency MBS and global rates. In his nearly 19 years on Wall Street, he has also held senior positions at Freddie Mac and Morgan Stanley. Steve holds a Ph. D. from Columbia University and a B.S. from Northwestern University.

Mabel Abraham

B.A., Providence College, 2003; SM, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013; PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015

Rawi E. Abdelal

Rawi Abdelal is the Herbert F. Johnson Professor of International Management at Harvard Business School and the Director of Harvard's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies.

V. Kasturi Rangan

Kash Rangan is now the co-chairman of the school's Social Enterprise Initiative. He has taught in a wide variety of MBA courses, including the core First-Year Marketing course (was its head across multiple sections from 1993-1996), and the second-year electives, Business Marketing and Channels-to-Market. He has also taught marketing in the Advanced Management Program for senior managers. Currently Rangan teaches the elective course, Business at the Base of the Pyramid. In addition, he teaches in a number of focused executive education programs: Business-to-Business Marketing Strategy, Strategic Perspectives on Nonprofit Management, and Corporate Social Responsibility.

Josh Lerner

Josh Lerner graduated from Yale College with a special divisional major that combined physics with the history of technology.  He worked for several years on issues concerning technological innovation and public policy at the Brookings Institution, for a public-private task force in Chicago, and on Capitol Hill.  He then earned a Ph.D. from Harvard's Economics Department.

Regina E. Herzlinger

Regina E. Herzlinger was the first woman to be tenured and chaired at Harvard Business School and the first to serve on many established and start up corporate health care/medical technology boards. All of her health care books have been best sellers in their categories, recognized for their innovative research. Money dubbed her the “Godmother” of consumer-driven health care. Her work was key to introducing consumer-driven health plans and “focused health factories”, such as centers for orthopedics, cardiology, or cancer care.  She is regularly named as one of the smartest people in health care by industry journals. 

David B. Yoffie

Professor David B. Yoffie is a member of the HBS faculty since 1981, Professor Yoffie received his Bachelor's degree summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Brandeis University and his Master's and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford. During his three plus decades at Harvard, Professor Yoffie served in many roles, including being chair of the HBS Strategy department, the Advanced Management Program, Harvard's Young Presidents' Organization program, and now Harvard’s Young Presidents’ Organization Gold program. From 2006-2012, he served as Senior Associate Dean and Chair of the HBS executive education programs. During his tenure, executive education revenues grew almost 75 percent, classrooms were opened in Shanghai and Mumbai, a new executive education building complex was launched, and HBS emerged the highest rated and largest business school in executive education in the world. Professor Yoffie currently teaches an elective MBA course, Strategy & Technology.

Lynn S. Paine

Lynn Sharp Paine is a member and former chair of the General Management unit, she co-founded the School’s required course on Leadership and Corporate Accountability and currently teaches Boards of Directors and Corporate Governance in the MBA program. She also teaches in various executive programs including Making Corporate Boards More Effective, Women on Boards, Leading Global Businesses, Senior Executive Program for China, and Senior Executive Program for Africa.

David E. Bell

David E. Bell is the George M. Moffett Professor of Agriculture and Business at Harvard Business School. He is chair of the school’s marketing faculty and is also responsible for all of HBS faculty recruiting.

Rosabeth M. Kanter

Rosabeth Moss specializes in strategy, innovation, and leadership for change. She is also Chair and Director of the Harvard University Advanced Leadership Initiative, an innovation that helps successful leaders at the top of their professions apply their skills to national and global challenges in their next life stage. A collaboration across all of Harvard, the Advanced Leadership Initiative aims to build a new leadership force for the world. Her latest book, MOVE: Putting America's Infrastructure Back in the Lead, a New York Times' Book review Editor's Choice, is a sweeping look across industries and technologies shaping the future of mobility and the leadership required for transformation. 

John A. Quelch

John A. Quelch is the Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School . He also holds a joint appointment at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health as Professor of Health Policy and Management.  In addition, he is a Fellow of the Harvard China Fund, a Member of the Harvard China Advisory Board and Associate in Research at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies.

Micheal E. Porter

Michael Porter is an economist, researcher, author, advisor, speaker and teacher. Throughout his career at Harvard Business School, he has brought economic theory and strategy concepts to bear on many of the most challenging problems facing corporations, economies and societies, including market competition and company strategy, economic development, the environment, and health care. His extensive research is widely recognized in governments, corporations, NGOs, and academic circles around the globe. His research has received numerous awards, and he is the most cited scholar today in economics and business. While Dr. Porter is, at the core, a scholar, his work has also achieved remarkable acceptance by practitioners across multiple fields.

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