Albers is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As of April 2011, less than five percent of the world’s business schools and less than one third of U.S. business schools have achieved business accreditation from AACSB.
The Fellows of the Albers Center for Global Business are distinguished by their focus on global business in their research and teaching. Tenured faculty members in the Albers School are eligible and appointed by the dean and the co-directors of the Center to three year terms. Fellows from outside Albers with outstanding global business credentials will also be considered. The Fellows convene to discuss the global business environment, the direction they think the Center should take, and ideas on how to achieve its goals, in addition to evaluating the curriculum for our international business programs and driving its assurance of learning processes.Current Fellows of the Center for Global Business
David W. Arnesen, JDAn authority on international ethics and cross-cultural issues in negotiations.
Vinay Datar, PhDAn authority on China IPOs.
Ben B. Kim, PhDAn expert on e-business and international practice.
Quan V. Le, PhDAn expert in globalization, corruption, and capital flow in emerging markets.
Simon MacKinnon, MA, MSA China and Asia expert in building new businesses, investment, and private equity.
Madhu T. Rao, PhDAn authority on outsourcing, globalization and security, global technology management. Led study tours to China and India.
Peter V. Raven, PhDA marketing specialist, who specializes in international consulting issues. Led study tours to Korea, Japan, and Vietnam.
David McHardy Reid, PhDAn authority on business development in Asia, China in particular.
Meenakshi Rishi, PhDAn expert on corruption and capital flows, Indian banking, and offshore outsourcing.