Joseph L. Cheng
Professor of Business Administration & Director of CIBER
Business Administration, University of Michigan, 1977
B.S. Industrial Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1974.
the University of Illinois since 1996. Director, Center for International
Business Education and Research, 1999. Associate professor, co-executive
director of the Center for International Business Education and Research,
Ohio State University, 1992-96. Assistant to associate professor,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1980-92. Visiting
associate professor, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1985-87.
Lecturer, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1977-79.
& Hitt, M. 2003. Managing multinationals in a knowledge
economy: Economics, culture, and human resources.
Cheng, J., & Cooper, D. 2003. A strategic context approach
to international human resource management research. In A.
Rugman (Ed.), Leadership in international business
education and research. London: JAI.
Cheng, J., & Schaffer, A. 2002. Organization theory and
design. In F. Luthans (Ed.) Virtual OB. New York:
Cheng, J., & Rhee, J. 2002. International research and
development. In M. Warner (Ed.), The IEMB handbook of
international business. UK: International Thomson
Cheng, J., & M.A. Hitt. 2002. Managing transnational
firms: resources, market entry, and strategic alliances.
Rhee, J., & Cheng, J. 2002. Foreign market uncertainty and
incremental international expansion: The moderating effect
of firm, industry, and host country factors. Management
International Review, 42: 419-440.
Cheng, J., & R. Peterson. 2000. Advances in International
Comparative Management. Stamford, CN: JAI Research
Competitive grant from the National Science Foundation Center for
Innovation Management Studies, 1993-95. Outstanding Elective Professor
Award, Ohio State University, 1993. Best Competitive Paper Award Academy
of Management Organization and Management Theory Division, 1983. R.G.
Rodkey Graduate Fellowship, University of Michigan, 1976-77. Packaging
Corporation of America Fellowship, University of Michigan, 1975-76.
General University Fellowship, University of Michigan, 1974-76. General
University Fellowship, University of Michigan, 1974-75. American Honors
Society for Engineers, Phi Eta Sigma Honorary Fraternity.
of Management, International Management Division, 2002-2003.
Editor, Advances in International Comparative Management,
1999-2003. Program Chair, International Management Division,
Academy of Management, 2000. Editorial board, Journal of
Engineering and Technology Management, 1999-2003;
Journal of International Management, 1999-2003;
Journal of World Business, 1999-2003; Organizational
courses in global management, international business, and strategic
technology management. Research focuses on global competitive strategy,
organization design for global operations, transnational innovation
and technology development, Asian business practices, and international
human resource management.
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