The IBS faculty consists of twenty research-oriented scholars specializing in international finance, economics and business, and a similar number of adjunct professors with extensive practical experience as senior executives of Boston-area companies. All faculty share an interest in international issues and often have substantial international research or work experience.
View an alphabetical list of our faculty
A number of faculty positions - both full and part-time - are currently open at the International Business School.
Asper Center for Global Entrepreneurship
The Asper Center serves as a platform to probe and understand the key trends affecting entrepreneurship across cultures and borders. It was established by Leonard J. Asper '86, President of CanWest Global Communications, Canada's largest media conglomerate.
Perlmutter Institute for Global Business Leadership
The Perlmutter Institute for Global Business Leadership prepares students for leadership positions in the global corporation of the future through a combination of theoretical/technical knowledge and pragmatic skills.
Rosenberg Institute of Global Finance
This major new center was established in 2001 with a generous gift from Richard and Barbara Rosenberg. This year's theme is "The Financial Implications of Global Aging."
Center of Asia-Pacific Business and Economics
The Center is also an APEC Study Center. It addresses trade, investment, finance and development in the Asia Pacific as a whole, and in particular countries of the region.
Latin American Initiative
The Latin America Initiative aims to increase the visibility of Brandeis IBS in Central and South America. The program aims to have a long-term positive impact on prospective student recruitment, alumni engagement, fundraising, and professional opportunities for students and graduates.
IBS partners with the Economics Department to host various Seminar Series, bringing to the school leading academics in their fields.
Working Paper Series
View the Brandeis Department of Economics & International Business School Working Paper Series
Other important research interests
Some key fields addressed by individuals or groups of faculty include:
- agent-based financial models
- branding and international sales
- business alliances
- multi-cultural communication
- exchange rates
- corporate financial signaling
- investment returns
- international banking
- real option theory
- micro credit
- technology flows and patents
- business and the environment
To learn more about individual faculty specializations, browse the individual faculty biographies, or search by field above.