Roberto CurciTitle, department and job responsibilities: I’m the Eugene Ratliff Endowed Chair of Finance in the College of Business. In this role, I teach finance and international business courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level. I conduct research in the fields of finance and international business, and also provide services to the finance profession in various capacities.

Years at Butler:I joined in 1999.

Most memorable academic experience(s) at Butler:Definitively teaching our students in international finance and international business and exposing them to different environments in different world regions.

Projects/research you’re currently involved with: I’m working on the development and testing of the Value Chain Internationalization Framework, which allows us to understand the internationalization patters of corporations.

What current intellectual or creative question are you thinking about these days: How does global mindset affect the internationalization process of corporations?

What do you enjoy most about teaching: I enjoy the discussions and interactions with students that bring to the classroom different backgrounds and mindsets.

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