Department of International Economics & Management (INT) does high quality research in: International Business, Corporate Governance, Emerging Markets, Asian Studies and Culture Services. They disseminate results to business and society and deliver high quality teaching.
INT was founded in 1932. Their teaching and research is driven by the internationalization of business and the globalization process, which to a still higher extent is about management of multinational companies in a fast changing world.
INT research and teaching will continue to be in the front in relation to the globalization process including the challenge of a new global economic order with changes in the balance between developed and emerging economies. They will continue to create and disseminate new knowledge in international economics and management supporting companies in managing the challenges and exploiting the opportunities of this new global economic order.
The INT research centers aim for the highest academic quality and they are benchmarked to the world leading research groups while at the same time disseminating new knowledge of high relevance to both local and global business and society.
INT continues to develop the highly demanded educational programs in International Business at Bachelor, Master, and Diploma levels and they will also offer programs at the MBA and executive levels including more focused areas such as International Corporate Governance and Emerging Markets.
INT researchers create and disseminate research-based knowledge in international economics and management including knowledge on the “new” emerging economies and their interaction with the “old” economies in the continuing globalization process.
INT research is at the international frontier both for contextual analysis including area studies as well as the relevant disciplines within corporate governance, international economics and international business – disciplines which themselves are multidisciplinary including economics, finance, law, etc. The group of researchers at INT combines deep area specific knowledge with expertise in international business, economics, corporate governance and other relevant fields.
INT’s research centers go deep into specific fields and at the same their research is cross-disciplinary exploiting the synergy between their centers. Much of their research are crossing the centers and disciplines like: the Chinese economy and how to do business in China; Governance in State Owned Enterprises in China; the development in the global beer industry; Outward FDI from emerging markets.