PREFERRED TERM
Academy of International Business  
DEFINITION
  • The Academy of Education for International Business (AEIB) is a professional body that was created on November 17, 1958, and became operational in 1959 to foster “the creation and dissemination of knowledge about international business and policy issues.” In 1974 the association was renamed the Academy of International Business (AIB). Today, AIB has more than 3,000 members from 73 countries and is organized into 14 regional chapters geographically: six in Asia and southeast Asia (Australia-New Zealand, China [Beijing], Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, and India); six in North America (one in Canada and five in the United States [midwest, northwest, southwest, southeast, and west]); and two in Europe: Western Europe (Copenhagen) and United Kingdom-Ireland. [Source: Encyclopedia of Business in Today's World; Academy of International Business]
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