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During the summer sessions, the Hagan School of Business offered a course not regularly included on its roster: International Business and Central Europe. The course was designed and taught by Pavel Strach, PhD, a visiting professor from the Czech Republic. At the time, the dean of Hagan, Vincent Calluzzo, PhD, said, “We’re very pleased to have Dr. Strach join us this summer. His thorough knowledge of the business environment of Central and Eastern Europe gives students the opportunity to learn first-hand from an expert.”
Dr. Strach is the head of the Institute of Management and Marketing at Škoda Auto University, Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic, and has written over 40 published refereed papers on topics of international management and marketing. He has participated in numerous international academic conferences throughout the world, and has collaborated with research teams on other areas of academic interest, including tax efficiency, decision-making and market potential.
Fortunately, Dr. Strach is planning to return for a reprise during winter intercession, when he will be teaching ECO 646 – International Business and Central and Eastern Europe as a DL course.
Hagan also announced a new course for the fall taught by visiting professor Husniye Aysegul Badoglu, PhD, of Mamaru University, Istanbul, Turkey. Her course, ECO 650 – International Business in the Middle East, will offer international business students the opportunity to hear about the business climate in one of the most volatile parts of the world. Her expertise and research interests encompass customer relationship management, consumer behaviors, marketing communication and brand management.
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