To successfully compete beyond the United States' borders requires a strong understanding of the world and mastering the skills necessary to compete globally. We offer an extensive repository of resources to help you stay informed about the changing face of global industries, potential solutions to common problems, and emerging challenges and opportunities.
On CIBER Media, we offer CIBER Focus and other video series featuring business and government leaders as well as educators on topics affecting international business today.
You are welcome to stop by the Institute for International Business to peruse our offerings. We have several hundred assets available to borrow, including:
- Creating a World Without Poverty, Yunus
- Next Generation Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid, London and Hart
- On the Move: The Caribbean Since 1989, Bronfman
- Rosetta Stone language learning series in Arabic, French, German, Hebrew, Japanese, Mandarin, Portuguese, and Spanish
Business/SPEA Information Commons
The Business/SPEA Information Commons houses an extensive collection of internationally-focused print and electronic resources available for short-term loan. Inquire at the reference desk.
Area Studies Programs at IU
If you want to learn more about specific world regions, IU has many options for beginning and advanced study through its area studies programs. Many of these are funded under Title VI of the Higher Education Act, administered by the U.S. Department of Education. The programs offer courses on world regions and foreign languages, as well as speaker series, workshops, and conferences.
- African Studies Program
- Center for the Study of Global Change
- Center for the Study of Institutions, Population & Environmental Change
- Center for the Study of the Middle East
- Central Eurasian Studies
- Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
- East Asian Studies Center
- India Studies Program
- Inner Asian & Uralic National Resource Center
- Near Eastern Languages & Cultures
- Polish Studies Center
- Russian and East European Institute
- West European Studies Program