The TIG on Business Anthropology is a network of practitioners and academics interested in getting to know each other, sharing work experiences and scholarly resources, and advancing research on consumer behavior, organizational culture and change, and design anthropology

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  • Hello Business TIG!
    Business Anthropology on the Road has gone virtual! Book this interactive program with your dept. now. Our skilled facilitators have worked in and for organizations all over the world. They are ready to provide their expertise in design anthropology and UX, market research, and organizational culture and change, as well career planning and advice to COPAA Dept. members. The robust testimonials and nominal fees make this program especially enticing in a virtual format. For more information see the attached flyer or contact Bob Morais rmorais67@gmail.com or Elizabeth Briody elizabeth.briody@gmail.com.
    • Elizabeth: Congratulations on the Bronislaw Malinowski Award.
    • Thanks very much, Robert.
  • Welcome to the Business Anthropology TIG, serving members for over 6 years. The Committee heading the TIG includes Tamara Hale, Emilie Hitch and Ken Erickson. We hope to see you at the next SfAA Meeting, March 23-27, 2021, which will take place virtually and in person in Norfolk, VA.
    • Hi, Maryann, I will meet you virtually.
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Belt and Road vs. China and the World: Perspectives of the Chinese

Foreword 1 by Russell Belk The Belt and Road Initiative is a project of such historical, cultural, geographic, economic, and strategic significance that it is impossible to describe and analyze in a single volume thoroughly.  This book makes no pretense of doing that.  As the subtitle suggests, it presents a Chinese perspective by a scholar whose life has been spent between China, the United States, and Canada. Together with his anthropological credentials, this places Robert Tian in a unique…

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International Conference on Business Anthropology

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