Yener Kandogan, Ph.D.
Yener Kandogan joined the University of Michigan-Flint in 2002. He currently serves as a Professor of International Business and the Associate Dean of the School of Management. He received his Ph.D. (Economics) from the University of Michigan in 2001. He previously taught at the University of Michigan as well as University of Notre Dame. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in international business and economics.
His recent publications appeared in the Review of International Economics, Journal of World Business, Thunderbird International Business Review, European Journal of International Management, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, Journal of Applied Economics, Journal of International and Global Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Integration, Review of Applied Economics, International Economic Journal, and Journal of Business Ethics. He also served as a referee to many journals in international economics and business literature.
He is also a faculty associate at the Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies of the University of Michigan, and frequent contributor to William Davidson Institute working paper series of Ross Business School at the University of Michigan. He has many service contributions to the School and the University in several committees including Strategic Planning Steering Committee, several faculty and staff search committees, Design Team for SOM Space at a new building, Ad-hoc Course Evaluations Task Force, Critical Issues Luncheons Faculty Committee, Campus Master Plan Committee, Promotion and Tenure Committee, International Business Student Organization Faculty Advisor, Executive Board for the Phi Beta Delta Honor Society, SOM Library Liaison, Beta Gamma Sigma - Sergeant at Arms, and Maintenance of Accreditation Committee.
As Associate Dean, he is responsible for maintenance and improvement of programs' quality including assurance of learning activities, and their promotion and expansion, preparation of articulation agreements including with international partners, maintenance of AACSB accreditation, faculty/staff/student recruitment and retention, supervision of staff, and communication with other university departments.