Adrian E. Tschoegl
Lecturer & Senior Fellow
Management Department Undergraduate / Graduate Advisor
Address: 2013 SH-DH, 3620 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: (215) 898-1149
Office Fax: (215) 898-0401
1976–1980 Ph.D., International Business: Sloan School of Management (M.I.T.)
1972–1974 M.P.A., Major in International Development: UCLA.
1965–1969 B.A. (cum laude), Major in Political Science. Certificate in African Studies: UCLA.
Adrian E. Tschoegl (2009), The international diffusion of an innovation: The spread of decimal currency, Journal of Socio-Economics, (forthcoming). Abstract
Adrian E. Tschoegl (2007), McDonald’s – much maligned, but an engine of development, Global Economic Journal, 7(4): 5. Abstract
Adrian E. Tschoegl, R. Grosse (2006), The Manager’s Guide to Big Macs, Advances in Financial Education, 4: 97-111.
Mauro Guillen, Adrian E. Tschoegl (2002), Banking on Gambling: Banks and Lottery-Linked Deposit Accounts, Journal of Financial Services Research, 21(3): 219-231. Abstract
MGMT111 - Multinational Management
Multinational management is the study of the international corporation and the global political and economic environment. This course provides an introduction to the more advanced offerings. It covers the historical origins of the multinational corporation, the economics of trade, money and investment in the world economy, and the policies and behavior of governments and international organizations. We place considerable emphasis in understanding the national and historic origins of the international firm, as well as on current issues regarding emerging economies and shifts in the political economy of global markets.
MGMT656 - Global Immersion Program
The Global Immersion Program is a pass/fail, 0.5 credit course that is designed to provide students with an in-depth exposure to international business practices and first-hand insights into a foreign culture. In past years, programs were offered in India, the Middle East, China, South America, Southeast, Asia, and Africa. The program offers studentsthe opportunity to learn about a foreign business environment by way of academic lectures and a multi-week study tour, allowing students to visit with corporate and government officials, network with alumni, and take cultural excursions.
MGMT894 - Advanced Study Project - Multinational Management
ASP topics can be individually selected by the student with the advice and consent of any instructor in the management Department. All ASP registrations require the written consent of the instructor and appropriate course and section number on the registration form. If the student has the instructor's written permission, he/she is not required to obtain written consent from the Department. Students, however, should send an email to MGMT-Courseinfo@wharton.upenn.edu to request the course and section numbers