美国达拉斯德克萨斯大学Mike W. Peng教授讲座通知

发布者:商学院办公室     时间:2019-05-24

讲座题目:Tips for Writing Good Papers

 

主讲人:彭维刚(Mike W.   Peng)

 

讲座时间:5月27日   13:30-15:30

 

讲座地点:华东理工大学商学院212

 

邀请部门:工商管理系、组织管理研究所

 

报告人简介:

彭维刚,西雅图华盛顿大学战略管理博士,美国达拉斯德克萨斯大学管理学院全球战略首度讲座教授。

Mike W. Peng is the Jindal Chair of Global   Strategy at the Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas.   He is also a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award winner and a   Fellow of the Academy of International Business (AIB). At UT Dallas, he has   been the number one contributor to the list of 50 top journals tracked   by Financial   Times,   which has ranked UT Dallas as a top 20 school in research worldwide. Over 60   of his articles appear on the Financial Times list (28 of them on the UTD list).   Professor Peng received his PhD from the University of Washington. Prior to   joining UT Dallas, he served on the faculties of the Ohio State University,   Chinese University of Hong Kong, and University of Hawaii. He has taught in   five states in the United States (Hawaii, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, and   Washington), as well as in China, Hong Kong, and Vietnam.

 

Truly global in   scope, Professor Peng’s research has investigated firm strategies in Africa,   Asia Pacific, Europe, and North America. He is best known for his development   of the institution-based view of strategy and his insights about the rise of   emerging economies such as China in global business. He has published over   140 articles in leading journals, over 40 pieces in non-refereed outlets, and   five books. Used in over 30 countries, his textbooks, Global Strategy, Global   Business, and GLOBAL, are global market leaders that have been translated into Chinese,   Portuguese, and Spanish. With over 37,000 Google citations and an H-index of   73, he is widely regarded as one of the most prolific and most influential   scholars in global strategy. Among the top 1% most cited researchers   worldwide, he is one of the only 70 top scholars in business and economics—and   the only one from the Jindal School—listed among The World’s Most   Influential Scientific Minds (compiled by Thomson Reuters based on   citation impact). Both the United Nations and the World Bank have cited his   work. Recent research awards include a Journal of International Business Studies Decade Award   (2015) and an Academy of Management PerspectivesBest Impact Award (2014).

 

Professor Peng has   served on the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of   Management Perspectives, Academy of Management Review, Journal of   International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of   World Business, and Strategic Management Journal, and guest-edited a special issue for   the Journal   of Management Studies. At the Strategic Management Society (SMS), he was elected to be   the Global Strategy Interest Group Chair (2008). He also co-chaired the SMS   Special Conferences in Shanghai (2007) and in Sydney (2014). At AIB, he   co-chaired the AIB/JIBS Frontiers Conference in San Diego (2006), guest-edited   a Journal   of International Business Studies special issue (2010), chaired the   Emerging and Transition Economies track for the Nagoya conference (2011), and   chaired the Richard Farmer Best Dissertation Award Committee for the   Washington conference (2012). He served one term as Editor-in-Chief of   the Asia   Pacific Journal of Management. He managed the doubling of submissions and   the successful bid to enter the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), which   reported APJM’s first citation   impact to be 3.4 and rated it as the top 18th most-cited among 140 management   journals for 2010. In recognition of his significant contributions, APJM has named its   best paper award the Mike Peng Best Paper Award.

 

Professor Peng has   extensive teaching experience at all levels—undergraduate, MBA, EMBA, PhD,   executive, and faculty training programs. He especially enjoys working with   PhD students, having supervised over a dozen dissertations. He has supervised   over a dozen dissertations. Some of his former PhD students are now   professors at Babson, Cal State, CityUHK, Clemson, Erasmus, Florida Atlantic,   HKUST, Illinois, Kennesaw State, UMass, Missouri, Nebraska, Portland State,   Purdue, San Francisco State, SMU, Tsinghua, UT Dallas, and Western Ontario.

 

Professor Peng is   also an active consultant, trainer, and keynote speaker. He has provided   on-the-job training to over 400 professors. He has consulted and been a   keynote speaker for multinational enterprises (such as AstraZeneca, Berlitz,   Ericsson, KOSTA, Nationwide, SAFRAN, and Texas Instruments), nonprofit   organizations (such as Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce and   World Affairs Council of Dallas-Fort Worth), educational and funding   organizations (such as Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, National   Science Foundation, and University of Memphis), and national and   international organizations (such as the UK Government Office for Science,   the US Navy, and The World Bank).

 

Professor Peng has   received numerous honors, awards, and grants. They include a US Small   Business Administration Best Paper Award, a (lifetime) Distinguished Scholar   Award from the Southwestern Academy of Management, two “New Hot Paper”   designations for two papers representing the entire field of business and   economics tracked by Science Watch, a (lifetime) Scholarly Contribution Award   from the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR),   an NSF CAREER Grant ($423,000), and an honor to be inducted as an AIB Fellow.   Professor Peng has been quoted in The Economist, Newsweek, US News and World   Report, Yahoo Finance, Dallas Morning News, Texas CEO, Smart Business Dallas,   Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Exporter Magazine, The World Journal,   Business Times (Singapore), CEO-CIO (Beijing), Sing Tao Daily(Vancouver), and Brasil Econômico (São Paulo), as   well as on KERA/PBS TV, National Public Radio, and Voice of America.

 

   



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