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Dr. Ivan M. Manev

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University of Maine
9 O'Brien Ave.
Machias , Maine 04654
United States

Company Description: Located in Orono, The University of Maine is the principal research and graduate institution of the State of Maine, and offers a comprehensive program of...   more

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Ivan Manev, University of Maine, Orono, Maine, USA
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Dean Dr. Ivan Manev,University of Maine, Orono, Maine, USA
Dean Dr. Agnes P. Ladia, Tarlac State University, Tarlac City, PHILIPPINES
The New Age Examiner - National News, 29 May 2005 [cached]
Having high value-added products like semiconductors being a significant part of the economy is a strength, said Ivan Manev, associate professor of management at the University of Maine."Value added" is a term that describes the amount of market value - labor, technical expertise, marketing and other factors - added to raw material before it is sold as a product.
"They're less susceptible to ups and downs in the commodity industries," he said."And high value-added industries tend to rely more on innovation, they tend to pay more, they tend to assure a better competitive position."
Manev noted that the data showed Maine is doing well in exports compared to both the country as a whole and to other New England states.
Maine exports expanded by 36.7 percent from 2000 to 2004, according to the data.Nationally, exports increased by 4.8 percent.
NEW Dean of the Maine Business ..., 22 Dec 2010 [cached]
NEW Dean of the Maine Business School, Ivan Manev. Wickenheiser story "BIZDEAN" Photo Courtesy University of Maine
ORONO, Maine - The new dean of the University of Maine's Business School said he'd like to see more cooperation between departments to commercialize technology developed at UM.
The university's engineering departments have been successful in bringing in grants to support research and have had some success in turning that research into commercial products, said professor Ivan Manev. But, said Manev, the business school has numerous faculty members and graduate students who work with those engineers, bringing a commercialization savvy to the research end of the work.
"I'd like us to bring these two things together - the engineers and scientists on one hand and the business school faculty and graduate students on the other hand," said Manev.
Manev, a native of Bulgaria, has been a member of UMaine's business faculty since 1997. He takes over as dean from professor John Mahon, who was interim provost for UM from 2004 to 2006, then business school dean from 2007 until 2010.
Manev said he thought the business school had a good model for cooperation with the other departments in a program that Mahon set up in cooperation with UM's School of Economics. Through a $1.8 million federally funded program, professors and students from the schools of business and economics have worked with Maine businesses, large and small, said Manev.
The professors have helped the businesses with everything from building databases to marketing to commercialization of products, said Manev.
"The idea behind this drive is to get [the professors] more linked to the community, really to expose them to real-life needs of people," Manev said.
Manev has done extensive work on international business, focusing on entrepreneurship, cross-cultural leadership, business strategy and organizational behavior. He noted Wednesday that there's a lot of work to be done in Maine to improve the business climate, from improving the tax system to streamlining the regulatory structure.
But generally speaking, he said, there needs to be a different attitude about business in the state.
"You don't have to be in an adversarial relationship with business," said Manev. "Business brings lots of opportunities to a community and to a state. We ought to be accepting business and investment and not questioning them every step of the way."
Manev said his school has received some significant recognition over the past year. U.S. News & World Report included it in a list of the nation's best undergraduate business programs. The school was also ranked in the top 1,000 business schools worldwide out of 22,000 for the third year in a row by Eduniveral, an annual ranking of business schools and universities in more than 150 countries.
Manev noted that 70 percent of UMaine's business school graduates stay in the state after graduation, and their starting wages range from $35,000 to $40,000, on average.
ACASEMIC BORD, 3 Oct 2013 [cached]
Dean Dr. Ivan Manev, University of Maine, Orono, ME, USA
DeanDr. Veerapong Malai, Bangkok University, Bangkok, THAILAND
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