Baruch College Press Room
Baruch College Offers Expertise on International Business
Lilach Nachum, Professor of International Business and Strategy in the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College, is available to comment on a range of issues pertaining to international business, including:
— Globalization and why Americans shouldn't be afraid of it
— Investing in emerging markets (challenges, opportunities, and what to make of them)
—The rise of emerging market multinationals and the changing global competitive landscape
— China as a growing economic superpower (what it means for U.S. companies and the U.S. economy)
— The competitiveness of US companies (in the U.S. and overseas)
Prof. Nachum teaches international business to undergraduate and graduate students at Baruch College and, through Baruch's International Executives Program, in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. She is the founder and coordinator of the Weissman Center International Business Seminar Series, which has brought distinguished academic scholars from universities all over the world to Baruch since 2004.
In conjunction with her position at Baruch College, Professor Nachum has acted as a consultant to a number of national and international organizations including the United Nations, the World Bank, the European Union, London's Westminster City Council, and the Turkish government, on issues related to Multinational Corporations and international competitiveness. She also holds visiting research and teaching positions at universities including the India School of Business, New Delhi School of Inspired Leadership, Technical Institute Vienna, Ghent University Belgium, among others in Austria, China, Israel, Italy, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.
Nachum earned a B.A. from Tel Aviv University Arts, an M.B.A. in Business Administration from Tel Aviv University (Concentration in International Marketing); and Ph.D. in International
Business and Management from Copenhagen Business School.
Manny Romero, 646-660-6141, Manuel.Romero@baruch.cuny.edu
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