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Mike W Peng
Professor-Management
Email Address  mikepeng@utdallas.edu    URL UTD Webpage    Media Contact
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 PhDBusiness AdministrationUniversity of Washington1996
 B.S.Business Administration and EconomicsWinona State University1991
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RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Global strategy, international business, competition in emerging economies, and institution-based view
TEACHING INTERESTS
  • Strategic management, global business, international management, Asian business
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  YearPublication  Type
forthcoming
An Institution-based View of Innovation Strategy. With Y. Lu, and E. Tsang. Asia Pacific Journal of Management. Forthcoming.
Category: Pacific Journal of Management
Peer reviewed
2014
Peng, Mike W., Seung-Hyun Lee, and Sungjin J. Hong (2014). Entrepreneurs as intermediaries. Journal of World Business (in press). PDF.
Other
2014
Stan, Ciprian, Mike W. Peng, and Garry D. Bruton (2014). Slack and the performance of state-owned enterprises. Asia Pacific Journal of Management (in press).
Other
2014
Yamakawa, Yasuhiro, Mike W. Peng, and David Deeds (2014). Rising from the ashes: Cognitive determinants of venture growth after entrepreneurial failure. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (in press).
Other
2014
Yamakawa, Yasuhiro, Susanna Khavul, Mike W. Peng, and David Deeds (2014). Venturing from emerging economies. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal (in press).
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2005-PresentProfessor of Global Strategy with tenureSchool of Management The University of Texas at Dallas
2004-2005Associate Professor of Management with tenureFisher College of Business The Ohio State University
2004-PresentResearch FellowWilliam Davidson Institute University of Michigan Business School
1999-2004Assistant Professor of ManagementFisher College of Business The Ohio State University
1997-1998Visiting Assistant Professor of International Business, Faculty of Business Administration  Chinese University of Hong Kong
1995-1998Assistant Professor of ManagementCollege of Business Administration University of Hawaii at Manoa
1992-1995Instructor of ManagementSchool of Business Administration University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
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Global Strategy Prof's Paper is a Business Pace-Setter
UT Dallas News Center

An article by business strategy Professor Mike W. Peng has generated so much buzz in the scientific community that a science trend tracker recently recognized the work as a “Hot Paper.”
 
Essential Science Indicators (ESI), a data and statistics analyzer, based its designation on the speed with which the 18-page treatise has attracted attention from other scholars and the number of times they have cited it since its publication.
 
Peng is the Provost’s Distinguished Professor of Global Strategy in the School of Management. The paper, “The Institution-Based View as a Third Leg for Strategy Tripod," was first published in August 2009.

Business Prof in Demand for Expertise on China
UT Dallas News Center
Continuing interest in China’s role in global business is fueling demand for the insights of a UT Dallas management faculty member who is an expert on the subject.
Mike W. Peng began a series of high-profile speaking engagements over the weekend with a keynote address at the three-day conference on China at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
 
Peng’s Harvard speech, “China Goes Global: Impact on Research and Practice,” will be followed by a similar address Oct. 8 at the Pacific Region Forum at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, B.C.
 
The professor speaks later this month on China and Taiwan at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth. In the spring, he will discuss Asia’s ascent in global competition in a presentation at UT Dallas.

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PROFESSIONAL MEMEBERSHIPS AND LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

Academy of Management (AOM)

  • Program Chair in charge of the Junior Faculty Consortium for the International Management Division for the Atlanta meetings (2006)
  • Editorial Board Member, Academy of Management Journal (2004-2007) and Academy of Management Review (2000-2002)

Asia Academy of Management (AAOM)

  • Consulting Editor (January 2010-present) and Editor (2004-2006), Asia Pacific Journal of Management
  • Special Issue Editor for four special issues, Asia Pacific Journal of Management
    • 2009-2011 for a special issue on managing corporate governance globally (Co-editors: Steve Globerman, Western Washington U., and Daniel Shapiro, Dean, Simon Fraser University, forthcoming in 2011)
    • 2006-2008 for a special issue on knowledge management and innovation strategy (Co-editors: Yuan Lu, Chinese U. of Hong Kong, and Eric Tsang, UT Dallas, published as vol. 25 [3] in September 2008)
    • 2006-2007 for a special issue on the 40th anniversary (published as vol. 24 [4] in December 2007)
    • 2004-2006 for a special issue on Asian business groups and conglomerates (Co-editor: Andrew Delios, National U. of Singapore, published as vol. 23 [4] in December 2006)
  • Editor-in-Chief, Asia Pacific Journal of Management (September 2006-December 2009)—the first non-Asiabased Editor-in-Chief in the history of the Journal (since 1983)
    • Assembled a world-class editorial team as Senior Editors: D. Ahlstrom (CUHK), G. Bruton (TCU), M. Carney (Concordia), D. Chan (SMU), S. Lam (HKU), C.M. Lau (CUHK), J. Mathews (Macquire), K. Meyer (Bath), E. Tsang (UTD), and C.S. Wong (CUHK)—appointing editors based in Australia, Canada, and the UK for the first time in the history of the Journal
    • Recruited 20 senior scholars to join the Editorial Advisory Board: J. Barney (OSU), P. Beamish (Ivey), M. Chen (UVA), J. Child (Birmingham), A. Delios (NUS), G. Dess (UTD), C. Earley (NUS), C. Hill (Washington), M. Hitt (Texas A&M), R. Hoskisson (ASU), B. Kedia (Memphis), Y. Li (Xian Jiaotong), W. Mitchell (Duke), A. Rugman (IU), K. Singh (NUS), O. Shenkar (OSU), D. Tjosvold (Lingnan), A. Tsui (ASU), R. Tung (SFU), and E. Zajac (Northwestern)
    • Attracted leading scholars to contribute: P. Beamish, C. Chen, X.-P. Chen, G. Dess, J. Dunning, A. Harzing, C. Hill, G. Hofstede, L. Keister, K. Law, M. Lieberman, J.T. Li, S. Makino, J. McGuire, S. Puffer, D. Ralston, A. Rugman (2 papers), R. Tung, M. Wright, and H. Yeung (excluding editors)
    • Initiated the new Perspectives, Reviews, and Commentaries sections and a Best Paper Award
    • Managed the growth that resulted in the doubling of manuscripts annually (167 in 2006 -> 350 in 2009)
    • Successfully led APJM to be accepted by the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), August 2008

Academy of International Business (AIB)

  • Guest Editor, Journal of International Business Studies (2007-2010) for a special issue on Asia and global business (Co-guest editors: Rabi Bhagat, U. of Memphis and Sea-Jin Chang, National U. of Singapore)
  • Co-Chair, AIB/JIBS Research Frontiers Conference on “Asia and global business,” San Diego, Dec 2006 Special Departmental Editor, Journal of International Business Studies (2002-03) (Editor: A. Lewin, Duke)

Strategic Management Society (SMS)

  • First elected officer, Global Strategy Interest Group (2005–2008)
    • Chair: 2007-2008 (launched a newsletter and managed the election process for the Cologne meeting in October 2008)
    • Program Chair: 2006-2007 (managed the review process for the San Diego meeting in October 2007 and attended the planning meeting in Chicago in March 2007)
    • Associate Program Chair: 2005-2006 (in charge of the Sunday preconference for the Vienna meeting in October 2006 and attended the planning meeting at Purdue in West Lafayette, March 2006)
  • Co-Chair, SMS Special Conference on China Strategies, Shanghai, May 2007 (Co-Chairs: Haiyang Li, Rice U., Sam Park, Samsung, and Kouqing Li, SNAI)
  • Member, Editorial Review Board, Strategic Management Journal (2005–present)
  • Member, (inaugural) Editorial Review Board, Global Strategy Journal (2010–present)
    • Invited to present research at the launch conference in Chicago in July 2010

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

National and International Honors

  • (Lifetime) Distinguished Scholar Award, Southwest Academy of Management (Dallas, March 2010; co-winners were Greg Dess and Mike Hitt)
  • US Small Business Administration Award for the best Babson conference paper (coauthored with S. Lee and Y. Yamakawa) "exploring the importance of small businesses to the US economy or a public policy issue of importance to the entrepreneurial community" ($2,000), Babson Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, in June 2008 - Paper posted at SBA’s government website at http://www.sba.gov/advo/research/rs326tot.pdf
  • (Lifetime) Scholarly Contribution Award, International Association of Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Nanjing, China, June 2006
  • Expert, World Bank Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development in Russia, one of the six U.S. faculty experts invited to participate, co-sponsored by the Wharton School Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research, Washington, DC, December 6, 2002 (video conference simultaneous broadcast to the Wharton School in Philadelphia and the World Bank in Moscow with Russian scholars and officials participating)
  • Honored in Who’s Who in America (56th edition, 2002 and 60th diamond edition, 2006)
  • Finalist, coauthor on a paper (with M. Young, D. Ahlstrom, and G. Bruton) nominated for the All-Academy Carolyn Dexter Award for Contribution to International Management, Academy of Management, Denver, August 2002
  • Honored in the Directory of Management Experts (Center for Studies in Management, Bowling Green, KY, 1997)
  • Finalist, Top-Four Best Dissertation, Barry Richman Competition, Academy of Management, 1996
  • Honored in Profiles in Business and Management (Harvard Business School Press, 1996)
  • Best Reviewer Award, Business Policy and Strategy Division (The "Barney Doll" Award), Academy of Management, 1994
  • Honored in Who’s Who among Students in American Universities (1991)

Institutional Honors

  • University of Texas at Dallas
    • The university’s first ever Provost’s Distinguished Research Professorship (the position was specifically created to attract me to join the faculty), June 2005-present
  • Ohio State University
    • Dean’s Distinguished Research Professorship (offered but turned down in March 2005)
    • Received a letter of commendation from Ohio State President Karen Holbrook for my NSF CAREER Award (June 4, 2003)
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong
    • Best Teaching Awards, Faculty of Business Administration, 1997-1998 and 1998-1999 (twice)
  • University of Hawaii
    • Excellence in Research Award finalist, 1997
  • University of Washington
    • Edna Benson Fellowship, 1994 ($4,500)
  • Winona State University
    • Karen Sweetland Scholarship, 1990 ($4,000)

HONORS AND OTHER RECOGNITIONS
  • Among the top 65 most cited management authors (among 4,000 authors) during 2000-04 (Podsakoff et al., 2008, Scholarly influence in the field of management (p. 698), Journal of Management, 34: 641-720)
  • Ranked among the most influential international business scholars (in terms of citations) among all three categories in IB research published during 1996-2006 tracked by D. Griffith, S. T. Cavusgil, & S. Xu, 2008, Emerging themes in international business research, Journal of International Business Studies, 39: 1220-1235.
    • IB articles in JIBS (IB’s #1 journal): My 1999 JIBS article (with Y. Luo, #2.8) -> 7th most cited
    • IB articles in AMJ, AMR, and SMJ: My 1996 AMR article (with P. Heath, #2.3) -> 9th most cited
    • Influential IB books: My 2000 Sage book (#1.2) is among the top 9 most cited -> By alphabetical order, no numerical rankings among the top 10. The other 8 authors are: P. Dicken, J. Dunning, T. Friedman, G. Hofstede, P. Murmann, C. K. Prahalad, A. Rugman, and J. Stiglitz
  • Ranked as the 7th most prolific contributor to the Journal of International Business Studies during 1996-2006 (by S. Xu, G. Yalcinkaya, & S. Seggie, 2008, Prolific authors and institutions in leading international business journals, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 25: 189-207).
  • Ranked as the 3rd most prolific contributor to the China literature during 2000-2005 (by D. Quer, E. Claver, & L. Rienda, 2007, Business and management in China: A review of empirical research in leading international journals, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 24: 359-384).
  • Ranked as one of the top 8 most prolific and most influential (by citations) scholars in global strategy during 1990-2000 (by M. Peng & J. Zhou, 2006, Most cited articles and authors in global strategy research, Journal of International Management, 12: 490-508)—the other 7 scholars are P. Beamish, J. Hagedoorn, J. Hennart, W. C. Kim, A. Madhok, A. Parkhe, and A. Yan.
  • Ranked as one of the top 25 most prolific contributors to global strategic management research published during 1991-2000 (by J. Lu, 2003, The evolving contributions in international strategic management research, Journal of International Management, 9: 192-213)
  • Yamakawa, Peng, and Deeds (2008 in ETP, #2.55) was the top five most downloaded paper in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice in 2008 (with 1,045 downloads)
  • Peng (2003 in AMR, #2.25) was ranked by Institute for Scientific Information (ISI), which publishes the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), to be one of the “new hot papers” (based on citations) in the entire field of Economics and Business (other fields include Chemistry, Clinical Medicine, Computer Science, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology, Physics, and Social Sciences (general), each has only one paper - see http://esitopics.com/nhp/nhp-may2004.html
  • Peng, Au, and Wang (2001 in APJM, #2.15) was cited by the World Investment Report 2006: FDI From Developing and Transition Economies (New York and Geneva: United Nations/UNCTAD, p. 256).
  • Peng and Luo (2000 in AMJ, #2.13) was found to be the most highly cited China paper by both SSCI and Google (by D. Quer, E. Claver, & L. Rienda, 2007, Business and management in China: A review of empirical research in leading international journals, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 24: 359-384)
  • Peng and Heath (1996 in AMR, #2.3) was ranked
    • The 9th most cited IB article published in AMJ, AMR, and SMJ (1996-2006)—D. Griffith et al., 2008, Emerging themes in international business research, Journal of International Business Studies, 39: 1220-1235
    • The single most highly cited article on Central and Eastern Europe published during 1986-2004—K. Meyer & M. Peng (2005). Probing theoretically into Central and Eastern Europe: Transactions, resources, and institutions. Journal of International Business Studies, 36 (6): 600-621.
    • One of the top 8 most cited articles on Greater China published during 1984-99—J. T. Li & A. Tsui (2002). A citation analysis of management and organization research in the Chinese context: 1984-1999, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 19: 87-107.
    • Received a Citation of Excellence Certificate with the Highest Quality Ratings from ANBAR Electronic Intelligence, UK (1998)
  • Ranked as the most prolific contributor to the international business literature invoking a resource-based perspective published during 1991-2000 (by M. W. Peng, 2001, The resource-based view and international business, Journal of Management, 27: 803-829).
  • Ranked as one of the top 8 contributors to the management and organizational literature on Greater China published during 1978-97 (by M. W. Peng, Y. Lu, O. Shenkar, and D. Wang, 2001, Treasures in the china house: A review of management and organizational research on Greater China, Journal of Business Research, 52: 95-100)
  • Citations of my work are found in a major World Bank study requested by, and submitted to, the Chinese government in September 2000 as an input into the development of China’s 10th Five-Year Plan, see The World Bank (2001),
  • China and the Knowledge Economy: Seizing the 21st Century (pp. 97 and 170).

ACHIEVEMENTS IN ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION AND RESEARCH GRANTS

Federal Grants

  • National Science Foundation CAREER Grant: Strategic choices during institutional transitions ($422,889).
    • Principal investigator: Mike Peng (initially for five years, 2003-2008, one year no-cost extension, 2008-2009)
    • In 2005, I carried $243,100 of this grant from Ohio State to UT Dallas, becoming the very first holder of an NSF CAREER grant in the history of the UTD School of Management—featured in the School of MANAGEMENT magazine (vol. 9 [1], Autumn 2005, p. 14)
    • The single largest grant the NSF has awarded a single business school faculty member at the time of award
    • Formerly known as the Young Investigator Award, the Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) offers the most prestigious grant provided by the NSF for assistant professors in all disciplines. It recognizes and supports scholars “who are most likely to become the academic leaders of the 21st century” and “who, early in their careers, show exceptional potential for leadership at the frontiers of knowledge” (CAREER Program Solicitation, p. i)—I became a full professor with a chair after being supported by the CAREER grant for two years (one year as an assistant and another as an associate professor)
    • In the NSF Innovation and Organizational Change Program, only one CAREER award was made each year Fulbright Foundation / Taiwan Ministry of Education, 2006-2007
    • Faculty sponsor of a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at UTD, Dr. Yu-Shan Su, Chang Jung Christian University

International Grants

  • Hong Kong Research Grants Council (the equivalent of NSF in Hong Kong) Competitive Earmarked Research Grant: Institutional transitions and diversification strategies in China (HK$600,000/US$76,923), 2003-2005
    • CUHK4148/03H, with Denis Wang (PI), Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong Research Grants Council Competitive Earmarked Research Grant: Managing mergers and acquisitions during institutional transitions (HK$214,000/US$27,792), 1998-1999,
    • HKUST6174/98H/CUHK/EI16, with Orlan Lee (PI), Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • French Center for Research on Contemporary China in Hong Kong (CEFC), Conference Travel Grant ($2,000), Nov 1999

University Grants

  • University of Texas at Dallas
    • Research Enhancement Grant (a percentage of my NSF CAREER grant overhead), 2005-2009
  • Ohio State University
    • CIBER Research Grant, 1999 ($5,444), 2000 ($2,000), 2001 ($4,500), 2002 ($4,000), 2003 ($8,000)
    • CIBER Travel Grant, 1999 ($2000), 2000 ($2,000)
    • Small Grant, FCOB Research Committee, 1999 ($2,000), 2000 ($1,000), 2001 ($1,000), 2002 ($2,000)
    • Faculty Grant, Center for Slavic and East European Studies, 1999 ($11,000)
    • Travel Grant, Office of International Affairs, 1999 ($1,000), 2001 ($2,200)
    • Arthur Innovation Fund (with O. Shenkar, S. Hills, and C. Ryan), FCOB, 2000 ($3,500)
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong
    • Direct Grants (2087004, with D. Wang; 2070162, with Y. Lu), 1998 (twice) (HK$60,000/US$7,792)
    • Lee Hysan Foundation Grant (with K. Au), 1997 (HK$30,000/US$3,896)
  • University of Hawaii
    • CIBER Research Grant (with O. Shenkar, Y. Luo, and E. Harwit), 1995-1996 ($8,000), 1996-1997 ($20,000)
    • Research Relations Grant, Office of Research Administration, 1996-1997 ($4,200)
    • Research and Faculty Development Grant, College of Business, 1996 ($4,500)
  • University of Washington
    • CIBER Doctoral Research Grant, 1994 ($5,000), 1995 ($6,800)
  • Willamette University, Salem, Oregon
    • Undergraduate Conference Travel Grant ($500), February 1990

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

(1) Academy of Management (BPS: Business Policy and Strategy Division; ENT: Entrepreneurship Division; IMD: International Management Division; OMT: Organization and Management Theory Division)

  • 2009 Annual Meeting, Chicago, August
    • Symposium on strategy in emerging economies (chaired by S. Park and R. Ramamurti; co-panelists: A. Gupta, T. Khanna, D. Lessard, S. Zaheer)
  • 2008 Asia Academy of Management, Taipei, December
    • Peng, M. W. Chair: APJM editors’ panel (co-panelists: D. Ahlstrom, G. Bruton, M. Carney, and K. Meyer).
  • 2008 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, August
    • Faculty for the IMD paper development workshop chaired by C. Chen (commented on three papers)
    • Sun, S. L., M. W. Peng, and L. Markoczy. The institutional logic behind executive compensation. OMT.
    • Jiang, Y., M. W. Peng, and X. Yang. Modes and survival of private participation projects. IMD.
    • Qian, G., T. Khoury, M. W. Peng, and L. Li. Resource combinations behind entrepreneurial internationalization. ENT.
  • 2007 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, August
    • Demirkan, I., D. Deeds, and M. W. Peng. Biotech patent citation networks. BPS.
    • Yang, H., Z. Lin, and M. W. Peng. Behind mergers and acquisitions. BPS -> AMJ (2011)
  • 2006 Asia Academy of Management, Tokyo, December
    • Peng, M. W. Chair: APJM editors’ panel (co-panelists: D. Ahlstrom, G. Bruton, and C.M. Lau)
    • Peng, M. W. Panelist: Publishing Asian management research (chair: K. Leung)
  • 2006 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, August
    • Peng, M. W. Program chair, IMD Junior Faculty Consortium (attracted 20 junior faculty from 12 countries; senior faculty are D. Ahlstrom, L. Brouthers, A. Delios, M. Hitt, K. Meyer, A. Rugman, S. Puffer, and J. Salk)
    • Khoury, T. and M. W. Peng. Intellectual property reform and FDI in emerging economies. -> JWB (2011)
    • Zhou, Q. and M. W. Peng. From relational exchanges to arm’s-length transactions. -> APJM (2010)
    • Zhou, Q., M. W. Peng, and J. Anand. Bribery strategy and firm growth around the world.
  • 2005 Annual Meeting, Honolulu, August
    • Peng, M. W. Faculty participant, IMD Doctoral Consortium
    • Jiang, Y. and M. W. Peng. Private participation in infrastructure projects in China. BPS/IMD/OMT joint symposium on China strategy (chaired by M. Young)
  • 2004 Asia Academy of Management, Shanghai, December
    • Peng, M. W. From China strategy to global strategy (Invited opening plenary panel speaker) -> APJM (2005)
  • 2004 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, August
    • Peng, M. W. and Y. Jiang. Family ownership and control in large corporations: The good, the bad, the irrelevant (IMD) -> JMS (2010), APJM (2010)
    • Tong, T., J. Reuer, and M. W. Peng. International joint ventures and the value of real options (BPS) -> AMJ (2008)
  • 2003 Annual Meeting, Seattle, August
    • Lee, K. B., M. W. Peng, and K. Lee. From diversification premium to diversification discount during institutional transitions (BPS) -> JWB (2008)
    • Zhou, Y., M. W. Peng, and A. York. Export intermediation: A further test of Peng and Ilinitch (IMD) -> JWB (2006)
    • Peng, M. W., S. Lee, and D. Wang. What determines the scope of the firm over time? (IMD) -> AMR (2005)
  • 2002 Annual Meeting, Denver, August
    • Young, M., M. W. Peng, D. Ahlstrom, and G. Bruton. Governing the corporation in emerging economies: A principal-principal agency perspective (BPS) [Full text published in the Best Papers Proceedings in CD/ROM format, 10% acceptance rate; one of the only two BPS papers nominated for the All-Academy Carolyn Dexter Award for Outstanding Contribution to International Management] -> JMS (2008)
    • Peng, M. W. Board composition and firm performance during institutional transitions (BPS) -> SMJ (2004)
    • Lee, S. and M. W. Peng. Governments, entrepreneurs, and options (ENT) -> AMR (2007)
    • Peng, M. W. (panelist). Entrepreneurship in emerging economies. Pre-conference workshop (ENT) [Chair: K. Uhlenbruck; Co-panelists: M. Hitt, S. Puffer, and M. Wright]
  • 2001 Annual Meeting, Washington, August
    • Peng, M. W. Institutional transitions and strategic choices (BPS) -> AMR (2003)
    • Peng, M. W. The resource-based view and international business (IMD) -> JM (2001)
  • 2000 Annual Meeting, Toronto, August
    • Peng, M. W. (chair). Management and organization in transition economies, a symposium at BPS and IMD
    • Peng, M. W. Transforming state-owned enterprises in transition, BPS/IMD/OMT joint symposium [Co-chairs: P. Goodman and J. Pearce; Co-panelists: T. Khanna and I. Taplin]
  • 1999 Annual Meeting, Chicago, August
    • Peng, M. W., T. Buck, and I. Filatotchev. Post-privatization restructuring and firm performance: Theory and evidence from Russia (BPS) -> JWB (2003)
    • Au, K., M. W. Peng, and D. Wang. Interlocking directorates as corporate governance in Third World multinationals: Theory and evidence from Thailand (IMD) -> APJM (2001)
  • 1998 Asia Academy of Management Inaugural Meeting, Hong Kong, December
    • Peng, M. W., and J. Tan. The keiretsu in Asia -> JIM (2001)
    • Peng, M. W., Y. Lu, O. Shenkar, and D. Wang. Mapping contributions in the China management literature -> JBR (2001)
  • 1998 Annual Meeting, San Diego, August
    • Peng, M. W., and Y. Luo. Managerial networks and firm performance: A micro-macro link in a transition economy (IMD) [Full text published in the Best Papers Proceedings, 10% acceptance rate] -> AMJ (2000)
    • Peng, M. W., and J. Tan. Toward alliance postsocialism: Business strategies in a transition economy, in a symposium chaired by Tan and Peng (ENT)  JAMS (1998)
    • Tan, J., and M. W. Peng. The role of organizational slack in a transition economy (BPS) -> SMJ (2003)
    • Panelist, Research on emerging market economies, at an IMD pre-conference workshop chaired by D. Fogel (Pittsburgh) [Other panelists included T. Khanna (Harvard) and J. Pearce (UC Irvine)]
  • 1997 Annual Meeting, Boston, August
    • Peng, M. W. (chair). Management and organization in China, an All-Academy symposium involving 12 scholars from 10 universities in Asia, Europe, and North America, such as C. Chen, J. Child, Y. Luo, O. Shenkar, J. Tan, K. Xin, and A. Yan
    • Peng, M. W., C. Hill, and A. Ilinitch. The determinants of export intermediary performance (IMD) -> JIBS (2001)
    • Peng, M. W., and O. Shenkar. A process model of strategic alliance dissolution (BPS)-> AME (2002)
  • 1995 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, August
    • Peng, M. W. Tracking the global diffusion and U.S. development of export intermediary organizations (Management History Division) -> JIBS (1998)
  • 1994 Annual Meeting, Dallas, August
    • Ilinitch, A., and M. W. Peng. A resource-based model of export performance (BPS)
  • 2004 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, August
    • Peng, M. W. and Y. Jiang. Family ownership and control in large corporations: The good, the bad, the irrelevant (IMD) -> JMS (2010), APJM (2010)
    • Tong, T., J. Reuer, and M. W. Peng. International joint ventures and the value of real options (BPS) -> AMJ (2008)
  • 2003 Annual Meeting, Seattle, August
    • Lee, K. B., M. W. Peng, and K. Lee. From diversification premium to diversification discount during institutional transitions (BPS) -> JWB (2008)
    • Zhou, Y., M. W. Peng, and A. York. Export intermediation: A further test of Peng and Ilinitch (IMD) -> JWB (2006)
    • Peng, M. W., S. Lee, and D. Wang. What determines the scope of the firm over time? (IMD) -> AMR (2005)
  • 2002 Annual Meeting, Denver, August
    • Young, M., M. W. Peng, D. Ahlstrom, and G. Bruton. Governing the corporation in emerging economies: A principal-principal agency perspective (BPS) [Full text published in the Best Papers Proceedings in CD/ROM format, 10% acceptance rate; one of the only two BPS papers nominated for the All-Academy Carolyn Dexter Award for Outstanding Contribution to International Management] -> JMS (2008)
    • Peng, M. W. Board composition and firm performance during institutional transitions (BPS) -> SMJ (2004)
    • Lee, S. and M. W. Peng. Governments, entrepreneurs, and options (ENT) -> AMR (2007)
    • Peng, M. W. (panelist). Entrepreneurship in emerging economies. Pre-conference workshop (ENT) [Chair: K. Uhlenbruck; Co-panelists: M. Hitt, S. Puffer, and M. Wright]
  • 2001 Annual Meeting, Washington, August
    • Peng, M. W. Institutional transitions and strategic choices (BPS) -> AMR (2003)
    • Peng, M. W. The resource-based view and international business (IMD) -> JM (2001)
  • 2000 Annual Meeting, Toronto, August
    • Peng, M. W. (chair). Management and organization in transition economies, a symposium at BPS and IMD
    • Peng, M. W. Transforming state-owned enterprises in transition, BPS/IMD/OMT joint symposium [Co-chairs: P. Goodman and J. Pearce; Co-panelists: T. Khanna and I. Taplin]
  • 1999 Annual Meeting, Chicago, August
    • Peng, M. W., T. Buck, and I. Filatotchev. Post-privatization restructuring and firm performance: Theory and evidence from Russia (BPS) -> JWB (2003)
    • Au, K., M. W. Peng, and D. Wang. Interlocking directorates as corporate governance in Third World multinationals: Theory and evidence from Thailand (IMD) -> APJM (2001)
  • 1998 Asia Academy of Management Inaugural Meeting, Hong Kong, December
    • Peng, M. W., and J. Tan. The keiretsu in Asia -> JIM (2001)
    • Peng, M. W., Y. Lu, O. Shenkar, and D. Wang. Mapping contributions in the China management literature -> JBR (2001)
  • 1998 Annual Meeting, San Diego, August
    • Peng, M. W., and Y. Luo. Managerial networks and firm performance: A micro-macro link in a transition economy (IMD) [Full text published in the Best Papers Proceedings, 10% acceptance rate] -> AMJ (2000)
    • Peng, M. W., and J. Tan. Toward alliance postsocialism: Business strategies in a transition economy, in a symposium chaired by Tan and Peng (ENT)  JAMS (1998)
    • Tan, J., and M. W. Peng. The role of organizational slack in a transition economy (BPS) -> SMJ (2003)
    • Panelist, Research on emerging market economies, at an IMD pre-conference workshop chaired by D. Fogel (Pittsburgh) [Other panelists included T. Khanna (Harvard) and J. Pearce (UC Irvine)]
  • 1997 Annual Meeting, Boston, August
    • Peng, M. W. (chair). Management and organization in China, an All-Academy symposium involving 12 scholars from 10 universities in Asia, Europe, and North America, such as C. Chen, J. Child, Y. Luo, O. Shenkar, J. Tan, K. Xin, and A. Yan
    • Peng, M. W., C. Hill, and A. Ilinitch. The determinants of export intermediary performance (IMD) -> JIBS (2001)
    • Peng, M. W., and O. Shenkar. A process model of strategic alliance dissolution (BPS) -> AME (2002)
  • 1995 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, August
    • Peng, M. W. Tracking the global diffusion and U.S. development of export intermediary organizations (Management History Division) -> JIBS (1998)
    • 1994 Annual Meeting, Dallas, August
    • Ilinitch, A., and M. W. Peng. A resource-based model of export performance (BPS)

(2) Strategic Management Society

  • 2008 Annual Meeting, Cologne, Germany, October
    • Chair, Global Strategy Interest Group—in charge of nominating candidates and launching the first newsletter
  • 2007 Annual Meeting, San Diego, October
    • Program Chair, Global Strategy Interest Group—in charge of the IG review process
    • Attended the planning meeting in Chicago, March
  • 2007 SMS Special Conference on China Strategies, Shanghai, May
    • Co-Chair—in charge of programming for submissions from outside of China (co-chairs: H. Li, S. Park, K. Li)
    • Workshop leader: Publishing strategy research (Co-panelists: J.T. Li, M. Lyles, and L. Nachum)
    • Lin, Z., M. W. Peng, H. Yang, and L. Sun. How do M&As in China and America differ?  SMJ (2009)
  • 2006 Annual Meeting, Vienna, October
    • Associate Program Chair, Global Strategy Interest Group—in charge of the Sunday pre-conference program
    • Attended the planning meeting at Purdue University in West Lafayette, March
  • 2005 Annual Meeting, Orlando, October
    • Won election as the first elected officer of the Global Strategy Interest Group
    • Peng, M. W. and Y. Jiang. Family ownership and control in large corporations  JMS (2009)
    • Jiang, Y. and M. W. Peng. Flight to quality in corporate governance during a financial crisis.  APJM (2010)
  • 2004 Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, October
    • Chintakananda, A., A. York, and M. W. Peng. Which game to play? Modeling and testing export producer and intermediary relationships  EJIM (2009)
  • 2003 Mini-conference on Strategic Management in Emerging Economies, Hong Kong, December
    • Peng, M. W. From strong ties to weak ties in emerging economies  APJM (2005)
  • 2003 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, November
    • Young, M., M. W. Peng, D. Ahlstrom, and G. Bruton. Principal-principal agency conflicts  JMS (2008)
  • 2001 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, October
    • Qian, G., M. W. Peng, and D. Wang. What determines the internationalization of small technology firms?
  • 2000 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, October
    • Peng, M. W. and H. Wang. Entrepreneurs as intermediaries [Full paper published in the best papers proceedings, Creating Value, M. Hitt, et al. (eds.), Blackwell, 2002—see 3.19 for details]

(3) Academy of International Business

  • 2009 Annual Meeting, San Diego, June
    • Pinkham, B. and M. W. Peng. Arbitration and transaction costs.
  • 2006 AIB/JIBS Frontier Conference on “Asia and Global Business,” San Diego, November
    • Co-chair (with R. Bhagat and K. Leung as two other co-chairs)
    • Keynote: Are family ownership and control at large firms good, bad, or irrelevant?
    • Jiang, Y. and M. W. Peng. Private participation in infrastructure projects
  • 2006 Annual Meeting, Beijing, June
    • Faculty member, Doctoral Consortium at Peking University (Chair: K. Ramaswamy, Thunderbird)
    • Jiang, Y. and M. W. Peng. Private participation in infrastructure projects
    • Ren, B., K. Au, and M. W. Peng. Interlocking directorates and firm performance in a transition economy
    • Zhou, Q. and M. W. Peng. From relational ties to arm’s-length transactions.  APJM (2010)
    • Zhou, Q., M. W. Peng, and J. Anand. Institutional quality, networking strategy, and firm performance.
  • 2005 Annual Meeting, Quebec City, July
    • Zhou, Q. and M. W. Peng. Institutional quality, networking strategy, and firm performance: A cross-country analysis. 2004 2nd Annual AIB/JIBS Invitational Conference on Emerging Research Frontiers in International Business, Michigan State University, East Lansing, September
    • Peng, M. W., Global strategy and emerging economies: Toward an institution-based view, 1st speaker in the Opening Plenary Session: A view from next generation IB scholars on emerging IB themes  JIBS (2008) 2002 Annual Meeting, Puerto Rico, June
    • Peng, M. W. (chair), Symposium: Competing in emerging economies
    • Peng, M. W., K. Au, and D. Wang. Board interlocks and firm performance among firms listed abroad
    • Meyer, K. and M. W. Peng. Competing in Eastern Europe: Transitions in international business management  JIBS (2005)
  • 2000 Annual Meeting, Phoenix, November
    • Peng, M. W., S.-H. Lee, and D. Wang. What determines the scope of the firm?  AMR (2005)
    • Peng, M. W., and A. Ilinitch. Intermediary performance in export trade  JIBS (2001) 1998 Annual Meeting, Vienna, October
    • Peng, M. W., and A. Ilinitch. Entrepreneurs as agents in export trade  JIBS (2001)
    • Peng, M. W. Treasures in the china house: A review of management research on Greater China  JBR (2001)
    • Peng, M. W., and K. Au. Interlocking directorates, firm strategies, and performance in Hong Kong  APJM (2000).
  • 1997 Asia Pacific Regional Meeting, Big Island, Hawaii, June
    • Luo, Y., M. W. Peng, and J. Tan. The timing of foreign direct investment in China. [Full paper published in the Proceedings, pp. 193-8]  TIBR (1998) 1996 Annual Meeting, Banff, Canada, October
    • Peng, M. W. Innovation capability, learning option, and foreign direct investment  MIR (2000)
    • Peng, M. W. Global strategies and China operations  CBR (1997).
    • Peng, M. W., and E. Harwit. Controlling the foreign agent: A critical examination of government-MNE relations in China  MIR (2000)
  • 1995 Annual Meeting, Seoul, Korea, November
    • Peng, M. W., and A. Ilinitch. Exploring the performance of U.S. export intermediaries  JIBS (1998, 2001).
    • Peng, M. W. The growth of firm in planned economies in transition: The case of China  OS (1997).
  • 1994 Annual Meeting, Boston, October
    • Peng, M. W. Organizational form and hypercompetition: The case of trading companies  JIBS (1998)
    • Peng, M. W., and R. Peterson. Multinational triangulation in theory building.
  • 1994 Southeast Asia Regional Meeting, Beijing, June
    • Peng, M. W., and C. Cao. Seattle: America’s gateway for Asia Pacific trade. [Full paper published in the Proceedings: Asia Pacific Business in the Year 2000, pp. 380-5] 1993 Annual Meeting, Maui, Hawaii, October
    • Peng, M. W. Blurring boundaries: The growth of the firm in planned economies in transition  AMR (1996).
    • Peng, M. W., and P. Heath. Strategic advantages of export planning.

(4) Southwestern Academy of Management (SWAM)

  • 2010 Annual Meeting, Dallas, March
    • Peng, M. W. Research and scholarly life (co-panelists: M. Hitt and G. Dess)
    • Faculty mentor on a paper not accepted into a competitive session
  • 2006 Annual Meeting, Oklahoma City, March
    • Peng, M. W. and Y. Yamakawa. Entry strategies of entrepreneurial start-ups from emerging economies into developed economies: The other way around  ETP (2008)

(5) Western Academy of Management

  • 1993 Annual Meeting, San Jose, March
    • Peng, M. W. A resource-based analysis of the growth of the Chinese firm  OS (1997).
    • Peng, M. W. A process model of governance transformation in planned economies in transition  AICM (1994).

(6) Other Academic Conferences

  • 2009 Asia Pacific Journal of Management Special Issue Conference on Managing Corporate Governance Globally, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, October
    • Co-Editor of special issue (Co-Editors: S. Globerman and D. Shapiro)
    • Jiang, Y. and M. W. Peng. Are family ownership and control at large firms good, bad, or irrelevant?
    • 2008 Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice Special Issue Conference on International Entrepreneurship, Northeastern University, Boston, October
    • Peng, M. W., Y. Yamakawa, and S. Lee. Bankruptcy laws and entrepreneur-friendliness.  ETP (2010)
    • 2007 Asia Pacific Journal of Management Special Issue Conference on Varieties of Capitalism, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, December
    • Peng, M. W. Celebrating 25 years of APJM. Keynote speech  APJM (2007)
    • 2007 Asia Pacific Journal of Management Special Issue Conference on Innovation Strategy, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China, July
    • Peng, M. W. Celebrating 25 years of APJM. Keynote speech  APJM (2007)
  • 2007 Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice Special Issue Conference on Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, March
    • Yamakawa, Y., M. W. Peng, and D. Deeds. Why new ventures internationalize from emerging to developed economies  ETP (2008)

INVITED ACADEMIC VISITS/PRESENTATIONS
  • Australia
    • Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, December 2007
    • University of New South Wales, Sydney, November 2007
    • University of Sydney, November 2007
  • Canada
    • HEC, Montreal, October 2006
    • Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, May 2008, October 2009 (conference)
    • University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, April 2010
    • University of Western Ontario – Ivey School of Business, London, August 1997
  • China
    • China Europe International Business School, Shanghai, May 2007 (conference), July 2009
    • Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, Beijing, February 2004
    • Fudan University, Shanghai, May 1998, November 1999
    • Peking University, Beijing, June 2006 (AIB Doctoral Consortium)
    • Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, June 1996
    • Shanghai Institute of Business Administration, June 1996
    • Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade, June 2006
    • South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, July 2007
    • Sun Yat-sen (Zhongshan) University, Guangzhou, December 2005, July 2007, July 2008
    • Xi’an Jiao Tong University, Xi’an, Dec 2005, July 2007, July 2009
    • Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, November 1999
  • Denmark
    • Copenhagen Business School, September 1999
  • France
    • INSEAD, Fontainebleau, October 1999
  • Hong Kong
    • Chinese University of Hong Kong, January 2001, July 2007, July 2009
    • Hong Kong Polytechnic University, May 1996, May 1997
    • Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, November 1998, December 2004
    • Lingnan University, May 1996
    • University of Hong Kong, May 1996, April 1998, November 1999, July 2008, July 2009
  • Singapore
    • National University of Singapore, December 2005
  • Taiwan
    • National Chengchi University, Taipei, December 2008 (Asia Academy of Management doctoral consortium)
    • National Taiwan University, Taipei, December 2008
    • Chang Jung Christian University, Tainan, July 2006
  • United Kingdom
    • De Montfort University, Leicester, September 1999
    • London School of Economics, October 2006
    • University of Reading, October 2006
  • United States
    • California State University at Hayward (now East Bay), February 1995
    • Columbia University, New York, January 1997
    • Harvard University, October 2009 (keynote at a conference at Kennedy School of Government)
    • Michigan State University, September 2004 (conference)
    • Northeastern University, Boston, April 2003 (conference), October 2008 (conference), Oct 2009 (seminar)
    • Rice University, Houston, November 2004
    • The Ohio State University, December 1997
    • Seattle Pacific University, January-March 1995 (adjunct faculty)
    • Texas Christian University, March 2007 (conference)
    • Thunderbird - American Graduate School of International Management, December 1997
    • University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, February 1995
    • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, November 2004
    • University of Kentucky, Lexington, April 1995
    • University of Maryland at College Park, December 1994
    • University of Memphis, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 (IB faculty training)
    • University of Michigan, March 2003
    • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, January 1997, June 2001
    • University of Pittsburgh, June 2002
    • University of San Francisco, February 1995
    • University of Texas at Dallas, March 2005
    • University of Texas at El Paso, November 2005
    • University of Washington, May 2008 (first time visited alma mater since 1996, and gave a talk to PhDs)
    • Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, May 2008 (Saturna Capital Scholar-in-Residence)
    • Willamette University, Salem, Oregon, February 1990 (conference)
    • Wichita State University, Kansas, May 2006 (conference)
  • Vietnam
    • Foreign Trade University, Hanoi, November 1997

TEACHING

Awards
Two Annual Best Teaching Awards, Faculty of Business Administration, Chinese University of Hong Kong (twice, in
each of the two years I taught there, 1997-98 and 1998-99)
Five letters of appreciation from Ohio State’s Fisher College of Business senior associate dean for academic affairs,
Professor Steve Mangum, for outstanding student ratings defined as 1 standard deviation above the university
mean (five courses in spring 2000, spring 2001, autumn 2001, spring 2004)
Executive Training (partial list)

  • EMBA Strategic Management (2006–present), UTD School of Management
  • Global Leadership EMBA (GLEMBA) Strategic Management (2007–present)
    • Students from firms such as American Airlines, AT&T, Bank of America, Bell Helicopter, Cisco, HP, IBM,
  • Microsoft, Nortel, PepsiCo, Target, TI, Verizon, United Supermarkets, and others
    • After I started teaching in our EMBA, its ranking rose to 1st in Texas, 10th in the United States, and 35th in the world (Financial Times, October 2007). Since then, our rankings have remained at either #1 or #2 in Texas,
  • #1 among Texas public universities, and (most recently per BusinessWeek) #22 worldwide
  • SAFRAN Executive Training (October 2007), UTD School of Mgmt—SAFRAN is a Paris-based global hi-tech firm
  • Certificate in Management (December 2005), UTD School of Management
    • Taught a capstone module, “A Global Strategy Perspective,” to midlevel executives
  • Bank One/Ohio Polymer Association/889 Consulting Conference: The China Challenge (February 2004), Columbus
    • Keynote speaker: “China Business: Towards the Next Generation”
  • Arthur Andersen/Central Ohio Business Consortium (November 2000), Ohio State campus, Columbus
    • Presented a talk on “Managing Mergers and Acquisitions Internationally”
  • Roundtable: Second-Generation Activities in China (October 2000), Ohio State campus, Columbus
    • Presented a talk on “Retrospect and Road Ahead: Toward the Next Generation”
    • Hosted the commercial secretary of the Chinese embassy from Washington, DC
  • Nationwide Insurance Global Speaker: Competing in Thailand (July 2000), organized via OSU CIBER, Columbus
  • Cross-Cultural and Market-Entry Strategies for Japan (May and September 2000), Ohio State, Columbus
    • A company-specific program for The Antioch Company, satellite broadcast to St. Cloud, MN simultaneously
  • Diploma Program in Marketing and International Business (May 1998), Asia Pacific Institute of Business, Hong Kong
  • Hawaii-Vietnam Executive MBA Training Program (November 1997), Foreign Trade University, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Funded by U.S. Information Agency, the first such Federal program since the Vietnam War; opening
    • ceremony attended by U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam
    • Taught “Privatization Policies and Business Strategies”—the first EMBA strategy course taught in Vietnam
    • Japan-Focused Executive MBA Program (Spring 1997), Honolulu
    • Joint EMBA Program by the University of Hawaii and Japan-America Institute of Management Science
    • Taught “Asia-Pacific International Business”
  • Faculty Training
  • Faculty Development in International Business (FDIB) (June 1999-2010 every year), University of Memphis
    • Presented a “How to craft and publish high quality research?” seminar every year since 2002
    • Represented UTD (since 2006) and OSU CIBER (1999-2005) to teach a 2-day seminar on “Introduction to
  • International Business” (in collaboration with M. Pustay of Texas A&M)
    • Other participating CIBERs were Duke, FIU, Georgia Tech, Memphis, Michigan State, and Texas A&M
    • My “students” were professors from other colleges and universities (approximately 150 during 1999-2009)
  • Junior Faculty Consortium, International Management Division, Academy of Management, Atlanta (August 2006)
    • Program chair—in charge of designing and delivering the program, with 8 senior mentors and 20 junior
  • faculty members
  • Internationalization of Curriculum Faculty Leader (May 2006), Wichita State University, Kansas
    • Led an “Internationalization of Strategy Course” workshop
    • Presented at the plenary session on “Internationalization of Curriculum.”
  • Faculty Development in International Business (FDIB) (June 2001 and 2002 and October 2003), Ohio State, Columbus
    • Represented OSU CIBER to teach a plenary session on “An Overview of International Business”
    • My “students” are foreign language faculty and professionals interested in international business
  • Doctoral Training (outside of my own institutions)
  • Asia Academy of Management Doctoral Consortium, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 2008
  • PhD and Faculty Boot Camp, University of Hong Kong, July 2007
  • PhD and Faculty Boot Camp for Entrepreneurship Research, Queensland University of Technology, December 2007
  • PhD Boot Camp, International Association of Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Guangzhou, China, July 2007
    • Hosted by Sun Yat-sen University and South China University of Technology
  • Academy of International Business Doctoral Consortium, Peking University, Beijing, June 2006
    • Panelist and faculty member of one student session (Program chair: K. Ramaswamy, Thunderbird)
  • Academy of Management International Management Division Doctoral Consortium, Honolulu, August 2005
    • Panelist and faculty member of one student session (Program chair: A. Delios, National U of Singapore)
  • UNC/ITESM – Mexican Ph.D. Students Research Camp, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, June 2001
    • Presented a seminar: Institutional transitions and strategic choices
  • Internationalizing Doctoral Education in Business (IDEB), Ohio State campus, Columbus, August 2000
    • Represented OSU CIBER to teach Ph.D. students from around the country on “International Strategy”
    • Other participating CIBERs were Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, MSU, Texas A&M, and Wisconsin

Ph.D. Supervision (at Ohio State and UT Dallas)

  • Coordinator, Ph.D. Program in International Management Studies, UT Dallas, Fall 2005–present
    • Significantly increased the caliber of incoming students, as measured by the increase of about 100 points of
  • their GMAT score (from 600s to 700s), with the highest GMAT being 760, which breaks a record of all
  • students in the history of the School of Management
    • Interviewed and recruited top students. Since I took over, all admitted students (except one) chose to join our
  • program—previously, only approximately 50-60% of the admitted students would join our program
    • Initiated a Professional Development Workshop series, with various faculty members leading the discussion
    • Used a part of my chair funds to subsidize student conference travels (in collaboration with Greg Dess)
    • Placements after I joined the faculty have been improving, including the University of Missouri at Kansas
  • City (2010), Babson College (2009), Oregon State University (2008), University of Missouri at St. Louis
  • (2008), Northeastern University (2007), St. John’s University (2007), University of Texas at Arlington (2006),
  • University of Missouri at St. Louis (2006), and City University of Hong Kong (2005)
  • Coordinator, Ph.D. Program in International Business, Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University, 2004-2005
    • Placements of the two students I chaired: Southern Methodist University (2007) and California State
  • University, East Bay (2006)

PhD Courses

  • Strategic Management (UTD) Advanced Strategic Management (UTD)
  • Management Scholarship (UTD)

EMBA Courses

  • Strategic Management (EMBA, GLEMBA, UTD)

Masters Courses

  • Global Business (UTD Cohort MBA)
  • Strategic Management (UW - TA) International Strategy (OSU, UTD)
  • Multinational Business (OSU) Management for Health Care Professionals
  • Asia Pacific Strategy (UH, CUHK) (UW School of Public Heath - TA in the MHA Program,)

Undergraduate Courses

  • Global Strategy (UTD)
  • Strategic Management (UW, UH) Multinational Enterprise (UH)
  • Organizational Theory (UW) International Business (CUHK, OSU*)
  • Management Principles (SPU, UH) Asian Business Strategy (CUHK)
    • Developed 3 versions of the undergraduate core BA 555, regular, honors, and online distance learning for the new general business
  • major program first offered during spring 2002 for the 4 Ohio State regional campuses (Lima, Mansfield, Marion, Newark).

Undergraduate Research/Honors Thesis

  • Honors thesis advisor, T. Wedwaldt (2002-03) and A. Brown (2004-05)—every year only 4-5 Fisher undergraduates
  • choose to attempt a thesis. These two are the only theses during these two years attempted by IB majors at Ohio State

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