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    The Office of International Programs brings together industry and academic leaders from around the globe to explore issues critical to management education and organizations.

  • ASB MIT Insights Series December 3-4, 2015

    The Asia School of Business will hold a 1.5 day session as part of its MIT Insights Series on December 3-4, 2015, in Kuala Lumpur. The series is a platform for ASB faculty and MIT faculty visiting ASB to share their recent research and participate in a Q&A session with attendees.

    Jose Santos, former Visiting Professor at MIT Sloan and Affiliated Professor of Practice in Global Management at INSEAD, and Charles Fine, Chrysler LGO Professor of Management at MIT Sloan and President of ASB, will lead day one's discussion on Strategy, Innovation and Leadership in an Asia-Dominant Economy. On day two, Robert Merton, School of Management Distinguished Professor of Finance at MIT Sloan, will discuss The Role of Financial Innovation and Finance Science in Financial Stability and Economic Growth.

    Register here by Nov. 20, 2015.
  • MSLAO and MIT Chile Club Host MIT Gang December 3, 2015

    The MIT Sloan Latin America Office and the MIT Chile Club will host the MIT Gang on December 3, 2015, in Santiago, Chile. Building on Paul Krugman’s New York Times article, which compares MIT-trained economists to the Chilean “Chicago boys” of the 1970s and 1980s, the event will focus on MIT’s impact on the economic policy of Chile. Pablo García, MIT PhD ’99 and counselor of the Central Bank of Chile, will moderate a panel of leading economists all of whom are MIT alumni. Confirm your participation here.

  • IFF Lunches Fall 2015

    The International Faculty Fellows (IFF) lunches will continue this fall from 12:00-1:00 pm on the dates and in the rooms located below. These informal meetings provide an opportunity for those interested to meet the IFFs from China, Brazil, and Malaysia, as well as to learn more about MIT Sloan's international activities. At some of these lunches, IFFs will present on one of their research papers or projects. To help with a headcount for lunch, please notify Eleanor Chin ( if you plan to attend. 

    • Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015, Room E62-346
      • Presenter: Fudan IFF Yao Zhiyong
      • Title: SOEs as Intermediation: Leakage Effects under Financial Repression
    • Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015, Room E62-587
      • Presenter: ASB IFF Willem Smit
      • Title: The Impact of Framing and Expertise on Strategy Change in Reactance to Uncertainty
    • Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, Room E62-587
      • Presenter: Vale IFF Luis Uzeda
      • Title: Mine Site Automation: Mission-Critical Infrastructure & Cyber-Physical Security
    • Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015, Room E62-587 (12:00-1:30 pm)
  • MIT-China Management Education Project Celebrates 20th Anniversary

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 8, 2015 – The MIT Sloan School of Management is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the MIT-China Management Education Project. The project began in 1996 to provide opportunities for MIT faculty, staff, and students to learn about China and to support the development of graduate management education in China. The project has significantly grown over the years, but faculty development and curriculum design have remained priorities. MIT Sloan's partners in this project include Fudan University, Lingnan (University) College at Sun Yat-sen University, Tsinghua University, and Yunnan University.

    An anniversary celebration will be held Oct. 15 in Hong Kong with a dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel with the deans of the participating schools and key supporters of the project, including MIT alumnus Chi-Won Yoon, chair of AEB, and MIT alumnus Dr. Philip Kwok, former CEO of the Wing On Group.

    MIT Sloan Dean David Schmittlein says, “We believe deeply in the importance of management education, and the MIT-China Management Education Project is a hallmark of that belief. As we go forward, we hope to explore new avenues of impact in China, on China-U.S. relationships, and on China’s continuing growth as a leader in the world.”

  • Vale IFF Luis Uzeda Vale IFF Luis Uzeda 2 ASB IFF Willem Smit ASB IFF Willem Smit 3 Portugal - Lisbon MBA Program G-Lab CEO Summit - 1 MIT Sloan’s Action Learning Program in China Guests at the MIT Asia Conference in Accounting Visiting Fellows at MIT - 1 Guests at the Finance Forum in Shanghai Turkey Sabanci Partner Program China Entrepreneur Club visits the Media Lab - 1 Visiting Fellows at MIT - 2 G-Lab CEO Summit - 2 China Entrepreneur Club visits the Media Lab - 2 MIT President L. Rafael and Bank Negara Malaysia Governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz at the signing ceremony for the Asia School of Business. International Students at MIT Visiting Fellows at MIT - 3