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Publications

The Center for Global Business Studies publishes the full transcripts to of previous William A. Schreyer Symposia as well as research on international business issues.

The Center for Global Business Studies publishes the full transcripts of previous William A. Schreyer Symposia as well as research on international business issues. Contact Nancy Dull (814-865-0544) for more information.

Books

Fariborz Ghadar has authored his latest book dispelling common immigration myths and explaining why immigration is imperative to the United States’ continued prosperity.

Becoming American: Why Immigration is Good for Our Nation’s Future was published March 2014 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

If you are interested in reading Dr. Ghadar's book in its entirety, it is available on Amazon.

Becoming American: Why Immigration is Good for Our Nation’s Future

Global Tectonics: What Every Business Needs to Know

Financing Growth In Developing Economies

New Information Technology and its Impact on Global Technology

New Financial Instruments: Horizons for Risk Management

Articles

Oil & Gas Monitor: "A China Syndrome?"

Inside Supply Management: "The Changing Winds of Population Growth"

Harvard Business Review: "Why Life Science Needs Its Own Silicone Valley"

Industrial Management: "IT:Ubiquitious Force"

Industrial Management: "Nanotechnology: Small Revolution"

Industrial Management: "The Growth of Biotechnology"

LA Times Op-Ed: "Will They Still Feed Us When We're 65?"

Harvard Business Review Article: "The Dubious Logic of Global Megamergers"

Speeches

"The Evolving Role of Global Business"

Becoming an American portlet

Professor Fariborz Ghadar has authored a book dispelling common immigration myths and explaining why immigration is imperative to the United States’ continued prosperity.




Inside Supply Management Magazine

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