Al Rosenbloom

Professor of Marketing and International Business
Fine Arts Building #202
(708) 524-6777
Degrees: 
PhD, Loyola University of Chicago
MPH, public health, University of Illinois, Chicago
MA, English, University of Toronto
BA, English, Drake University

Al Rosenbloom has a strong interest in exploring how corporate social responsibility, social entrepreneurship and marketing intersect when businesses operate in the least developed countries in the world. He was a 2001 Fulbright professor of marketing management at Kathmandu University in Nepal, and a 2007 Fulbright Senior Scholar at the Tsenov School of Economics in Svishtov, Bulgaria. For over 25 years, Rosenbloom has run A & R Consultants, a marketing management consulting firm that works with small - to mid-sized businesses.  His publications include "Branding Nepal: Balancing Scenery and Security" (Casebook on Marketing Strategies in South Asia), "Piercing the Bubble: How Management Students can Confront Poverty in Columbia" (Journal of Management Education), and "Reducing Global Poverty: Building the Business Case" (The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences).