Anderson Schools Faculty Share Expertise Abroad
March 16, 2000
Richard A. Reid, Professor of Operations Management, and Donald V. Coes, former Professor of International Management and now a UNM Professor of Economics, were each in Brazil as part of the exchange The Anderson Schools shares with the Brazilian Capital Markets Institute. Reid presented a seminar on total quality management in Rio de Janeiro for the Institute, and Coes presented one of the featured papers at the Fifth Pan-American Management Congress, “Globalization and its Effects on the Brazilian Income Distribution.”
Two Anderson professors were also featured at the International Conference on Preparing the Manager for the 21st Century, held in Thessaloniki, Greece. Professors Joseph Champoux and Eddie Dry were two of the nine invited lecturers for the conference, which focused on quality improvement on education in finance, marketing, human resources, communications, strategy and decision science.
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