|Asian Pacific Business Institute (APBI) aims to support and foster
cooperative relationships between the College of Business and Economics
and local business organizations. The growing importance of Asian
economies has been one of the most significant global economic
developments since early 1980s. Increased economic inter - dependence
between Asian countries, Latin American countries, and the U.S. leads to
|of problems and issues
concerning international business, but it also creates many business and
California State University at Los Angeles needs a center focusing on
business in the Asian Pacific region. It is the mission of the Institute to
serve as such a center by developing, organizing, and promoting activities that
can benefit students, faculty, and the local business community.
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The Institute serves to advance the University's educational and public
service missions, contribute to economic developments in Los Angeles, as well as
generate revenue from outside sources. The Institute will be in support of the
School's mission. As described in the School's mission statement:
"The mission... is to equip men and women with the intellectual and
professional tools needed for careers in the private and public spheres, in the
context of an increasingly global and multi-cultural society. The School shall
become a leader in developing managers capable of thriving in such an
environment, by capitalizing on the extraordinary diversity of its students,
faculty, and surrounding community."
Kern Kwong, Ph.D.
Director, Asian Pacific Business Institute
Professor, Dept of Management
College of Business and Economics
California State University, Los Angeles
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(323) 788-1500 Mobile
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