CIBER supports research on business topics of international significance, particularly in the areas of sustainability and emerging markets.
CIBER facilitates a series of research circles for undergraduate students in the University Honors Program who are writing theses on international business topics. The research circles are designed to provide a forum for presenting findings, sharing successes and challenges, and seeking tips from peers and faculty experts.
Spring 2012 Theses
Full theses available through the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy
|Lisa Clinton||Culture of Problem Solving: How Problem-solving Methodologies Compare
between American and Asian University Students
|Katherine Holten||Comparing Swiss and US Physician Payments for Elderly Patients in a Fixed Price Reimbursement Market|
|Adam Lueck*||Show Me the Money: An Analysis of Efficiency in the Online Microfinance Interface of Kiva.org|
|Tianshi Zhang||Cross-Cultural Differences in Financial Risk Preference between Chinese and American College Students|
*Indicates Dean's Thesis Award Winner