The BBA Council strives to create a student government that gains recognition from the student body by creating a holistic and inclusive academic environment at the Ross School of Business. Specifically, the council aims to foster community amongst the student body by welcoming collaboration between grades and sections, and to more powerfully represent our classmates by forging impactful relationships with administration and better connecting with the students themselves. Additionally, the BBA Council empowers the student body to grow both socially and professionally by creating events that promote participation both inside and outside of Ross.
Dr. Gunter Dufey joined the faculty of the University of Michigan Business School in 1968. His academic interests center on international money and capital markets as well as on financial policy of multinational corporations, specializing on issues of Corporate Governance, Risk Management and the Intl. Expansion Strategy of business firms. He held appointments as National Fellow at the Hoover Institution and Visiting Prof. at GSB, Stanford University (1980-81), and administered the LBRP Chair of Intl. Corp. Finance at WHU Otto Beisheim Grad. School, near Koblenz, Germany (1993-2000). He also holds an honorary professorship at the Universitaet des Saarlandes, and has been on the faculty of NBS/NTU Singapore 2000-2014. In 2001-2003 he served with McKinsey and Co in Singapore as Sr. Advisor, supporting the Corporate Governance Practice of the the firm in Asia. He has published extensively.
Prof Dufey has been a member of the board of directors of Fuji Logitech, Tokyo/Shizuoka, and subsidiaries of ALLY Financial (GMAC) Detroit/Toronto. Currently he serves on the board of Guinness-Atkinson Funds London/Los Angeles and the supervisory board of Juetting Foundation, Stendal, Germany.
Ross China Initiatives enables life-changing student experiences, nurtures successful partnerships with universities and business, and promotes breakthrough faculty research to better understand culture, business practices, and policy and their implications on doing business in China.
Founded in 1947, the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies (CJS) is the oldest interdisciplinary center in the United States with a mission to promote research and teaching in Japanese studies.
CJS is home to faculty and students from a variety of disciplines and professional schools, artists and scholars visiting from near and far, and community organizations engaged in Japan-related activities in Michigan.
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