Bio: Dr. Yadong Luo is the Emery M. Findley Distinguished Chair on Graduate Business Studies, Chairman of the Department of Management, and Professor of International Business and Strategy in the School of Business, University of Miami. As one of the most productive IB scholars in recent years, Professor Luo has authored 15original books, over 130 referred journal articles, and over 100 other publications. His recent books include Global Dimensions of Corporate Governance (Blackwell), Co-opetition in International Business (Copenhagen), International Business (with O. Shenkar, Wiley), How to Enter China: Choices and Lessons (University of Michigan Press), Entry and Cooperative Strategies in International Expansion (Quorum Books), Multinational Enterprises in Emerging Markets(Copenhagen), International Joint Ventures: Theory and Practice (with A. Yan, M.E. Sharpe), Guanxi and Business (World Scientific), among others.
Professor Luo has contributed enormously to research on international business in emerging markets and on the broad theme of global strategy and international management. His works have been extensively published in JIBS and other IB outlets. Also as one of the leading IB scholars contributing to the top management journals, his papers appeared in AMJ, ASQ, AMR, SMJ, JAP, and OS, among others. His writing on the recent development of international business and management in China is particularly path-breaking and offers a wealth of understanding of the country and IB activities that are unfolding there. Before coming to the US, Dr. Luo was a frequent contributor to top IB journals in China and served as a government official in charge of IB in Jiangsu for six years. Currently, he is a consulting editor of JIBS, editor of Journal of World Business, and ERB member of several major journals. Dr. Luo received more than a dozen of research and teaching awards at the University of Miami and the University of Hawaii where he taught before moving to Miami. He also holds distinguished honorary professorship in Fudan University and Xi’an Jiaotong University, China.
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