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Duane  A. Kujawa

Duane A. Kujawa

Professor Emeritus, Management

(305) 284-5846

Research Interests

  • Academic (international) programs development at universities in the United States, Chile, Peru and the United Arab Emirates
  • Multinational enterprises—strategy and structure
  • Japanese business and society

Selected Publications

“On the Institutional Environment and International Business Research” and “On the Academic Institutional Setting and the Nature of a Supportive Environment for International Business,” International Business: Institutions and the Dissemination of Knowledge, Brian Toyne and Douglas Nigh, eds., University of South Carolina Press

International Business: Theory and Managerial Implications. McGraw-Hill Irwin (coauthor)

“Survey on Japanese Firms Experiences in the United States,” Hybrid Factory: The Japanese Production System in the United States, Tetsuo Abo, ed., Oxford University Press (coauthor)

Teaching and Professional Experience

  • Associate Dean, Graduate Programs; Interim Dean; Associate Dean, International Programs, University of Miami School of Business Administration Florida International University, School of Business
  • Boston University, MBA Program in Germany
  • Georgia State University, Institute of International Business
  • Manufacturing Engineer, Lockheed Missiles and Space Company
  • Principle investigator on contract research projects for the United States Departments of Labor and Commerce and for the Japan Society
  • Frequent lecturer at universities outside the United States, especially in Chile and Austria
  • Director, EuroBank (Coral Gables and Boca Raton, Florida)


  • Ph.D., The University of Michigan, 1970
  • MBA, The University of Santa Clara, 1965
  • B.E.E., University of Detroit, 1962


  • International business
  • International management

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