GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY invites applications for multiple tenure track faculty positions (rank open but we expect to hire at the associate or full professor level) effective fall semester 2011. These positions require an earned doctorate from an AACSB-accredited institution or similarly accredited international institution, an excellent research and teaching record primarily in international business including a strong and current publication record, leadership ability, and an international reputation. These positions will enhance the research capability of the Institute of International Business (IIB) which was recently designated as a national resource center in international business (CIBER) by the U.S. Department of Education. Senior scholars hired for these positions will play leadership roles in the IIB and in our newly established CIBER. Although the interests and activities of IIB and our CIBER are broad, and each of these senior scholars will bring a different combination of strengths to the portfolio we are seeking to enhance with these hires, one position is designated for a China Business Scholar. Partially funded by the University’s Second Century Initiative, this position will further strengthen the interdisciplinary focus on Chinese studies at Georgia State University.

Candidates for these positions should have a demonstrated ability to develop and work with others in defining and conducting meaningful research and mentoring junior faculty. Individuals selected will take a leading role in the growth and development of the Institute and the newly established CIBER. Salaries are competitive. Send nominations and applications including curriculum vitae, recent papers and evidence of classroom performance to S. Tamer Cavusgil, Fuller E. Callaway Professorial Chair and Director, The Institute of International Business, at or IIB, Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University, P.O. Box 3989, Atlanta, GA 30302-3989. Preference may be given to applications received by September 30, 2010, but positions will remain open until filled. The positions are contingent upon final budget approval by the University.

Georgia State University, a unit of the University System of Georgia, is an equal opportunity educational institution and affirmative action employer.

Georgia State University has been recognized as one of the most diverse campuses in the nation with a student body representing almost 50 countries. The Robinson College of Business is located in the heart of a vibrant, dynamic international community which includes a growing umber of US and foreign firms’ headquarters, a strong consular corps and many other government agencies. As a business school, the Robinson College boasts an enrollment of over 7,000 students, making it one of the largest in the country. The Institute of International Business has a diverse, collegial faculty. The Institute interacts frequently with other academic departments for multidisciplinary teaching, research and executive education activities.

The Institute is a degree-granting unit of Robinson College, offering core and elective courses at the undergraduate and graduate level, a major in the “Top-Ten” ranked Flex-MBA program and a Masters of International Business. The Institute is also a primary contributor in the College’s Global Partners MBA Program. The Institute oversees extensive outreach activity, including the Center for Global Business Leadership, the Global Business Leaders Roundtable, mentor programs, many study abroad programs, third-party grant activity, and international institutional partners. Additional information about the Institute is available at