Guillermo Jimenez, JD teaches Multicultural Management in the doctoral programs at ISM. Jimenez is a specialist in international trade and international business transactions. Mr. Jiménez has lectured on international trade and related topics in over thirty countries.
After working for eight years in Paris as Head of Division at the International Chamber of Commerce, he returned to the U.S., where he was recently appointed Professor of International Trade and Marketing at the State University of New York - F.I.T.
Jimenez received a JD from the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law in 1983 and a BA from Harvard University in 1980.
ICC Guide to Export-Import Basics (ICC Publishing, 1997), 240 pages.
Note: contains chapter on international electronic commerce.
Icoterms Questions and Answers: Cases and Commentary (ICC Publishing, 1998), 180 pages.
“Electronic Data Interchange and Incoterms,”
chapter in book, Incoterms in Practice (ICC Publishing, 1995).
Electronic Data Interchange Contracts (ICC Publishing, 1995)
250 pages; Role: Originator of Idea; Copyeditor.
Business Law in China (ICC Publishing, 1997)
450 pages; Role: Administrative Editor.
Incoterms in Practice (ICC Publishing, 1996)
200 pages, role: originator of idea; Role: Copyeditor.