An International Faculty
SolBridge is proud to bring together an international body of faculty members capable of delivering a world class education focused on Asia. All courses are taught in English and delivered in an interactive, Western style that encourages students to develop their critical and analytical thinking skills.
Ben Kwame Agyei-Mensah
Aye Mengistu Alemu
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
John E. Endicott
University of Minnesota Calson School of Management
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
University of Pennsylvania
University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Narasimha Rao Kowtha
Texas A&M University
University of Chicago Graduate School of Business
Texas Tech University
Harvard Law School
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Brigham Young University
Brock M. Stout
University of Southern Mississippi
National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Universite de Nantes
Myung K Lee
Polytechnic Institute of New York University
Alexander J. Carver
Paris School of Economics
Ben Kwame Agyei-Mensah
Associate Professor, Accounting and Finance
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 042-630-8538
Areas of Interest
Financial reporting, performance measurement, management accounting, financial accounting
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2016). Accountability and internal control in religious organisations: a study of Methodist church Ghana. African Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 5 (2), 95-112.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2016). Internal control information disclosure and corporate governance: evidence from an emerging market. Corporate Governance: The international journal of business in society (SCOPUS, ESCI Web of Science), 16 (1), 79-95, doi: 10.1108/CG-10-2015-0136.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2016). Evaluating the effect of the adoption of English as the default language on a homepage for a university in a non-English speaking university. KEDI JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL POLICY (SSCI), 13 (1), 47-66.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (in press, 2016). Divisional Performance Measurement in the Retail Financial Service Sector: An Empirical Study. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management (SCOPUS). ACCEPTED.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2015). The Determinants of Financial Ratio Disclosures and Quality: Evidence from an Emerging Market. International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting, 5 (1), 188 - 211, doi: 10.5296/ijafr.v5i1.7267.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2013). Adoption of International Reporting Standards (IFRS) in Ghana and the quality of financial statement disclosures. International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting, 3 (2), 269-286, doi: DOI: 10.5296/ijafr.v3i2.4489.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2012). Corporate financial reporting: Firm characteristics and the use of the internet as a medium of communication by listed firms in Ghana. 1African Journal of Business Management, 6(6), 2299-2309, doi: 10.5897/AJBM11.1854.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2012). The impact of adopting international accounting standards 1 (IAS1) in Ghana: The extent of disclosures, and their relationship to corporate characteristics. African Journal of Business Management, 6(44), 10896-10905, doi: 10.5897/AJBM11.1857.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2012). Factors determining allocation of common costs in the financial services sector: A study of rural banks in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2 (8), 61-77.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2012). The impact of contingent factors on performance measures in the rural banks in Ashanti Region of Ghana. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2 (8), 78-110.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2012). The association between firm-specific characteristics and financial information disclosure levels: A study of rural banks in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Journal of Applied Finance and Banking, 2 (1), 69-92.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2012). Working capital management practices of small firms in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2 (1), 567-583.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2011). Financial management practices of small firms in the Ashanti Region of Ghana: An empirical study. African Journal of Business Management, 5(10), 3781-3793, doi: www.academicjou.
Refereed Conference Proceedings
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2015, October). Board Composition, Firm Characteristics and Forward-Looking Information Disclosure: Empirical Evidence. EIASM 12th Workshop on Corporate Governance, Brussels, Belgium.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2014, February). Divisional performance measurement in the financial services sector: Empirical evidence from Ghana. Society of Interdisciplinary Business Research (SIBR), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Agyei-Mensah, B.K. (2012, June). The impact of contingent factors on performance measures in the rural banks of Ashanti Region of Ghana. 1st International symposium on Business, Economics and Financial Applications, (ISBEFA), Kefallinia, Greece.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2014). Measuring Performance in the Financial Services: An empirical study. Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2014). Financial Management Practices in SMEs: A manual for students and practitioners. Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.
Agyei-Mensah, B. K. (2016). Impact of Adopting IFRS in Ghana: Empirical Evidence. In Uchenna, E., Nnadi, M., Tanna, S., & Iyoha (Eds.), Economics and Political Implications of International Financial Reporting Standards (pp. 191-230). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Assistant Professor, Finance, Economics, and Management Science
E-Mail : email@example.com
Phone : 042-630-8534
Areas of Interest
Institutional economics, development economics, macroeconomics, applied econometrics, international trade and finance, health economics, governance and property rights
Mengistu, A. & Lee, J. (2015). Foreign Aid on Economic Growth in Africa: Comparison of Low and Middle-income Countries. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 18 (4): 1-13.
Mengistu, A. & Lee, J. (2014). Is Currency Depreciation Always Good for Improving Trade Balance? An Empirical Analysis of Selected Asian Economies. Indian Journal of Finance, 8 (7), 7-17.
Mengistu, A. (2014). The Impact of FDI Inflow on Export Diversification and Structural Change in Africa: Lessons from East Asia. Journal of Korea Regional Economics, 12 (1), 61-84.
Mengistu, A. (2014). Quality of Institutions and FDI Inflow: Evidence from Asian Economies. Korea Review of International Studies, 16 (1), 35-47.
Mengistu, A. (2013). The Nexus between Governance Infrastructure and the Ease of Doing Business in Africa. International Journal of Global Business, 6 (2), 34-56.
Mengistu, A. (2012). The Effect of R&D on Export Competitiveness of High Tech Products: Empirical Evidence from Panel Data of East Asian Economies. Science Technology and Innovation Policy Review, 3 (1), 46-62.
Mengistu, A. (2012). Factors Influencing Consumers' Financial Transactions in Islamic Banks Compared with Conventional Banks: Empirical Evidence from Selected Middle-East Countries with a Dual Banking System. African and Asian Studies, 11 (4), 444-465.
Mengistu, A. (2012). The Effect of Corruption on FDI Inflow in Asian Economies, Seoul Journal of Economics, 25 (4), 387-412.
Mengistu, A. & Kim, T. (2012). Evaluating the Effects of Disaggregated Economic Freedom on Capital Formation: Empirical Evidence from Asian Economies. Journal of Korea Regional Economics (KCI), 10 (3), 3-32.
Mengistu, A. (2012). Current Scenario of Economic Convergence in Africa:-Empirical Evidence from Disaggregated Panel Data. Journal of the Korean Association of African Studies, 36, 199-239.
Mengistu, A. & Adhikary, B. (2011). Does Good Governance Matter for FDI Inflow?-Empirical Evidence from Asian Economies. Asia Pacific Business Review, 17 (3), 281-297.
Mengistu, A. (2009). Do physical and Human Capital Matter for Export Diversification?:- Comparative Analysis of Sub-Saharan Africa and East Asia. African and Asian Studies, 8 (1-2), 1-45.
Mengistu, A. & Khan, H. (2011). State Fragility and FDI Inflow in Africa. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics (64), 147-160.
Mengistu, A. & Adhikary, B. (2008). Factors Influencing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in South and Southeast Asian Economies. The Journal of World Investment and Trade, 9 (5), 427-437.Resume
Mahmood A. Awan
Associate Professor, Chair, Department of Marketing, International Business & Law
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 042-630-8528
Areas of Interest
Marketing management, international marketing, branding, and internet marketing.
International Refereed Journals
Contribution to Practice
Awan, M. Khan, H & Chiang, H (2015). Possible effect of Merger and Acquisition on Brand Equity: A case study of IT industry" Information Systems and e-Business Management (under review process)
Khan, H. Awan, M. & Chiang, H (2014). How do Chinese and Saudi Customers Perceive Online Service Quality? A Comparative Study". Journal on Business Inquiry, (In Press)
Awan, M. (2014).International Market Segmentation: Exploring Cell Phone Market of Young Adults. International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance.
Awan, M. A. (2013) Export Marketing Performance (EMP) of Pakistan SMEs impacted by the Internet. GSTF Journal on Business Review, 2 (3).
Awan, M. (2012). A Comparative Study of Online Service Quality Perceptions in two major Regional Economies. International Journal of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning, 2 (6), 529.
Awan, M. (2011). The Relationship between Internet use and Perceptions of barriers facing Small Businesses. Journal of Internet Commerce, 10 (2), 144-161.
Awan, M. (2008). Analysis of Strategic Issues at Bewari.com: A B2B Case Study in the Middle East. Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies (JIACS).
Awan, M. (2007). Dubai E-Government: An Evaluation. Journal of Internet Commerce, 6 (3), 115-129.
E-Mail : email@example.com
Phone : 042-630-8864
Areas of Interest
International standards, strategy-as-practice, strategic implementation, and knowledge management.
Current Professional Positions
Board of Directors: MTI Consulting Sri Lanka.
Senior International Consultant: MTI Consulting International.
Marin, A., Cordier, J., & Hameed, T. (2016). Reconciling ambiguity with interaction: Implementing formal knowledge strategies in a knowledge intensive organization. Journal of Knowledge Management, 20(5), 959-979.(5).Book Chapters
Cordier, J., Marin, A., & Cader, H. (forthcoming, 2017). The role of client knowledge in consulting projects: Explorative, exploitative and ambidextrous approaches. In G. Manville, O. Matthias, & J. Campbell (Eds.), Management Consultancy Insights and Real Consultancy Projects. London: Routledge.
Cordier, J., & Hameed, T. (forthcoming, 2017). Making lemonade from lemons: The role of client-consultant knowledge as the Limoneira Company goes global. In G. Manville, O. Matthias, & J. Campbell (Eds.), Management Consultancy Insights and Real Consultancy Projects. London: Routledge.Conference Proceedings
Cordier, J., Catley, B., Tappin, D., & Junaid, F. (2015). Taking People Seriously: An Activity Approach for Strategic Human Resource Management. Paper presented at the The 29th Australia and New Zealand Acadmey of Management Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand.
Cordier, J., Marin, A., & Hameed, T. (2015). Into action: The role of identity and structure when navigating standardization. Paper presented at the 31st European Group of Organizational Studies (EGOS) Colloquium, Athens, Greece.
Junaid, F., Forsyth, D., Oldcorn, G., & Cordier, J. (2015). Terrorism, stress, and workplace behaviours. Paper presented at the The 29th Australia and New Zealand Acadmey of Management Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand.
Oldcorn, G., Forsyth, D., Catley, B., Tappin, D., Junaid, F., & Cordier, J. (2015). Information overload at work: Could drawing from the popular culture of ‘Slow’ be helpful? Paper presented at the The 29th Australia and New Zealand Acadmey of Management Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand.
Cordier, J., Hameed, T., Marin, A., & Stablein, R. (2014). Practitioners' identity and praxis: Variations in strategy implementation. Paper presented at the The 28th Australia and New Zealand Acadmey of Management Conference, Sydney, Australia.
Hameed, T., Marin, A., & Cordier, J. (2014). IT systems deployment during standards adoption: A socio-technical approach. Paper presented at the The 25th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Auckland, New Zealand.
Cordier, J., & Stablein, R. (2013). Performance or Legitimacy? AACSB adoption in South Korea. Paper presented at the The 27th Australia and New Zealand Acadmey of Management Conference, Hobart, Australia.
Selected International Consulting Engagements
- Government of pakistan, National Export Strategy
- Trade Development Authority of Pakistan, Strategy Development and Organizational Redevelopment.
- National Oil & Gas Authority of Bahrain, Privatization of State Oil Inspection.
- Large European Asset Management Firm (client name confidential), Strategic Due Diligence Analysis for HNWI Cross Selling.
- American Express: Middle East, Middle Eastern Customer Service Alignment.
- National School of Business Management, five year strategic plan to increase student numbers from 5,000 to 30,000 with a state of the art new green campus.
- National Institute of Business Management, five year strategic plan for campus optimizing organisational performance and aligning the institution with best practice.
- Walker CML, five Year strategic plan
- Walker CML, organisational development
- Rural Development Bank of Sri Lanka, five year strategic plan
- Indian Crowd Scouring Platform, feasibility study (client name confidential).
- Dupont, Market segmentation of Supro-Plus in Middle-East & South Asia.
- Colombo Engineering Services, Feasibility of setting up infrastructure for an Afloat Repair Berth.
- The Limoneira Company, Comprehensive Global Expansion 5 year Strategic Plan
- Private Middle Eastern Capital Management Company (client name confidential), Islamic Reinsurance Start-up Feasibility Study with capitalization of 1 billion USD.
- Marico, FMCG Market Expansion into Pakistan.
- HSBC Amanah, Opportunity Mapping.
- Al Ghurair Foods, Indian Market Entry Analysis.
John E. Endicott
President, Woosong University
Vice Chancellor, SolBridge International School of Business, Special Advisor to the Board, Qassim University, South Arabia
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 042-630-8500
Areas of Interest
Northeast Asia regional security issues, including economic development, demographic issues, educational innovations, nuclear non-proliferation
Japan's Nuclear Option (Author); American Defense Policy (Chief Editor and Contributor); The Politics of East Asia (Co-Author); Regional Security Issues (Co-Author) and U.S. Foreign Policy: History, Process, and Policy (Co-Author).
Writes a monthly newspaper article and has numerous proceedings from recent conferences.Resume
Professor, Vice Dean
E-Mail : email@example.com
Phone : 042-630-8527
Areas of Interest
International business, finance
Adrian Cowan, Chia-Hsing Huang, and Prasad Padmanabhan, 2015, “Why do some us manufacturing and service firms with international operations choose to give internationally whereas others opt to give only in the United States?”, International Business Review, accepted.
Wenqing Zhang, Prasad Padmanabhan, and Chia-Hsing Huang, 2015, “Sequential capital investment decision making under extreme cash flow situations: Evidence using Monte Carlo simulation”, Journal of Business Economics and Management, accepted.
Yi-Chen Wang, Ching-Wen Wang, and Chia-Hsing huang, 2015, “The impact of unconventionalmonetary policy on the tail characteristics of stock markets between US ad japan”, International Review of Financial Analysis, vol 41, pp. 41-45.
Liang-ChunHo and Chia-Hsing Huang, 2015, “The nonlinear relationship between stock indices and exchange rates”, Japan and World Economy, vol 33, pp. 20-27.
Kang Rae Cho, Chia-Hsing Huang, and Prasad Padmanabhan, 2014, “Foreign ownership mode, executive compensation structure, and corporate governance,” International Business Review, vol 23, pp. 371-380.
Liang-Chun Ho and Chia-Hsing Huang, 2014, “Did the contagion effect exist? Evidence from Abu Dhabi, Jordan and America”, Economic Research, vol 27, pp. 740-754.
Adrian Cowan, Chia-Hsing Huang, Prasad Padmanabhan, and Chi-Hei Wang, 2013, “The determinants of froeign giving: An exploratory empirical investigation of US manufacturing frims”, International Business Review, vol 22, pp. 407-420.
Chia-Hsing Huang, PrasadPadmanabhan, and Wenqing Zhang, 2013, “Mitigating the impact of managering anchoring: The case for management by committee for major corporate financial decisions”, Multinational Finance Journal, vol 17, pp. 1-29.Resume
Yojin Jung teaches Corporate Finance and Financial Management as well as applied microeconomics. He has also taught Financial Markets and Institutions and International Finance.
Professor Jung received his Ph.D. from UCLA Graduate School of Management and his B.A. from Seoul National University College of Commerce.
Professor Jung has taught at several universities including North Dakota State Universityand University of Southern California (Business Expansion Networks) in the United States as well as in Korea.
Dr. Jung had founded and operated Global Access Securities, a stock brokerage firm in the United States.
Dr. Jung has published in Journal of Business Research and Journal of Economic Development.He has co-authored AAII Investment Home Study (published by AAII) and authored several widely read books (in Korean), including Gathering Thoughts on Management.
He is currently on the board of directors, Hanwha Asset Management, one of the largest asset management firms in Korea.
Assistant Professor, Chair of Management Science Department
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 042-630-8536
Areas of Interest
Supply chain innovation, green supply chain management, 3PL service strategy
Lee, D., Lee, H., & Kim, S. (2015). Outsourcing Decision-Making Using Analytic Hierarchy Process: A Case Study of a Water Park. Information: An International Interdisciplinary Journal, 18 (11), 4677-4688. (Scopus)
Hwang, T. & Kim, S. (2013). The moderating effects of eco-oriented organizational culture on the green practice-performance relationship. International Journal of Services Sciences, 5(1), 74-94
Lee, S. M., Kim, S., & Choi, D. (2012). Green supply chain management and organizational performance. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 112(8), 1148-1180. (SCIE)
Park, J., Choi, D., & Kim, S. (2012). Coordination mechanisms for decentralized supply chain in a capacitated distribution network. Korean System Dynamics Society, 13(1), 81-112. (KSCI)
Lee, S. M., Jeon, S. R., & Kim, S. (2011). Mobile Internet services: Assessment of quality and satisfaction from the customer's perspective. International Journal of Services Sciences, 4(1), 57-75.
Jeon, S., Kim, S., & Lee, D. (2011). Web 2.0 business models and value creation. International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences, 3(1), 70-84. (Scopus)
Kim, J., Yang, K., Nam, K., & Kim, S. (2010). Finding determinants affecting online education effectiveness in terms of learning satisfaction and application performance. International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies, 5(2), 18-36. (Scopus)Resume
Narasimha Rao Kowtha
E-Mail : email@example.com
Phone : 042-630-8522
Areas of Interest
Strategic planning, emerging economies strategies, corporate performance, corporate governance, knowledge management and cross-cultural management
Industrie s: Shipping, Information Technology, R&D, and Higher Education
Geographical : South Asia (India, Sri Lanka), and Southeast Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand)
Kowtha, N.R. 2015(Forthcoming). Experience Similarity and Newcomer Adjustment in Organizations. Journal of Business Economics and Management.
Kowtha, N.R., & Rajaguru, R. 2013. Legitimacy acquisition and social enterprises. In Nelson Oly Ndubisi & Sonny Nwankwo (Eds.), Enterprise development in SMEs and entrepreneurial firms: Dynamic processes (Eds.): pp 405-416. Hershey, PA: IGI Global
Kowtha, N.R. 2013. Not Separate but Unequal: Gender and Organizational Socialization of Newcomers. Asian Women, 29: 47-77.Resume
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : -
Professor Lee has joined SolBridge March, 2015right after 30 years of industry experiencewith Procter & Gamble(Switzerland, U.K. Japan), Allianz(Korea), Citibank and GS Caltex. He spent the first 10 years as Finance person and has been Chief Human Resources Officer(CHRO)since 1995 with the above 4 different companies.
Among all different kinds of industry experiences, he values most 3 Merger and Acquisitions experiences during which he had led organizational consolidations.
Professor Leetaught ‘Global Leadership’and ‘The principles of Business Administration’in Spring2015 semester.
He graduated from Seoul National University with Business Administration major and got MBA from University of Chicago(1982-84).
Professor Lee is Honorary Certified Performance Technologist (CPT), ISPI (International Society for Performance Improvement)and a member of National Labor Relations CommissionResume
Assistant Professor, Management
E-Mail : email@example.com
Phone : 042-630-8512
Areas of Interest
Organization theory, social networks analysis, social capital, platforms,new markets, standards.
Randolph-Seng, B., Mitchell, R. K., Marin, A., Lee, J.H. (Forthcoming). Job security and entrepreneurship : Enemies and allies. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship.
Marin, A., Mitchell, R. K., Lee, J.H. (Forthcoming). The vulnerability and strength duality in ethnic businesses : A model of stakeholder salience and social capital. Journal of Business Ethics.
Gardner, W. L., Schneider, A., Hinojosa, A. S., Marin, A., 2014. Emotional responses of leaders to passive versus active members. Leadership Journal, 10(4): 412-436.
Schultz, P. L., Marin, A. & Boal, K. B. 2014. The Impact of media on the legitimacy of new market categories: the case of broadband internet. Journal of Business Venturing, 29(1): 34-54.
Mitchell, R. K., Robinson, R. E., Marin, A., Lee, J. H., & Randolph, A. 2013. Spiritual identity, stakeholder attributes, and family business workplace spirituality stakeholder salience. Journal of Management, Spirituality, and Religion, January, 1-38.
Forero-Pineda, C., Laureiro-Martinez, D., Marin, A. 2011. Innovation Patterns and Intellectual Property in SMEs of a Developing Country, Innovar, 21(42): 113-128.Resume
Associate Professor, Director, GIT Program
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 042-630-8544
Areas of Interest
Mathematical methods, R&D strategy, technology management, strategic planning, Asian culture
허정림, 나상천, 이현구, “에틸렌의接觸酸化에의한酸化에틸렌의合成,” 화학공학, 16,109 (1978).
나상천, 이현구, “石炭氣化工程,” 에너지, 1,24 (1978).
나상천, 이현구, “C4溜分의가스크로마토그라피分析,” 화학공학, 17, 73 (1979).
S.C. Rah, L.D. Timothy, J.M. Beer, and A.F. Sarofim, “Soot Formation during the Combustion of Coal and Fuel Oils,” 2nd State-of-the-Art Research Seminar, US EPA, Research Triangle Park, July 28-29, 1982.
나상천, “液體燃料液滴列의燃燒,” 화학공학, 20, 481 (1982).
S.C. Rah, A.F. Sarofim, and J.M. Beer, “Transmittance of Collimated Radiation by a Cylindrical Absorbing Column,” Int. J. Heat Mass Tr., 27, 311 (1984).
S.C. Rah, “Combustion of Liquid Fuels and Pollutant Formation: A Review. Part I. Liquid Fuel Combustion Process,” Kor. J. Chem. Eng., 1, 89 (1984).
S.C. Rah, “Combustion of Liquid Fuels and Pollutant Formation: A Review. Part II. Pollutant Formation,” Kor. J. Chem. Eng., 2, 1 (1985).
S.C. Rah, A.F. Sarofim, and J.M. Beer, “Ignition and Combustion of Liquid Fuel Droplets. Part I: Impact on Pollutant Formation,” Combust. Sci. Tech., 48, 273 (1986).
S.C. Rah, A.F. Sarofim, and J.M. Beer, “Ignition and Combustion of Liquid Fuel Droplets. Part II: Ignition Studies,” Combust. Sci. Tech., 49, 169 (1986).
T.U. Yu, S.C. Rah, S.W. Kang, and J.M. Beer, “Measurement of Viscosity of Coal-Water Fuel at High Shear Rate,” 8th Int. Symp. Coal Slurry Preparation and Utilization, Orlando, FL, May 27-30, 1986.
나상천, “석유산업의여건변화와성장전략,” 조동성편 “석유산업의구조와전략,” 195쪽-225쪽, 서울박영사, 1987.
나상천, “가열용연소로해석,” 한국화학공학회추계학술발표회 (1987).
나상천(연구용역책임자), “크린에너토피아제주추진을위한기본계획수립,” 동력자원부정책용역 (1991N-NC02-P-02) 최종보고서, 1991.
조용우, 김경원, 나상천, “휘발유배합제로서의 MTBE,” 자동차공학회지, 13(1), 25 (1991).
조용우, 김경원, 나상천, “저공해자동차연료,” 자동차공학회지, 13(3), 82 (1991).
S.C. Rah, “Large Enterprise’s Role to Promote Promising Venture Business,” KOVA-MIT Venture Conference, Seoul, Korea, July, 1999.
나상천, “中國代表綠茶西湖龍井茶,” KTX Magazine, 2007년 2월호, 82쪽-85쪽.
Kyung Hee Lee, Sang-Chun Rah, and Sun-Geon Kim, “Formation of Monodisperse Silver Nanoparticles in Poly(vinylpyrrollidone) Matrix Using Spray Pyrolysis,” J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech., 45(2), 187, 2008.
Chang Sool Kim, Ki Woong Ahn, Sang-Chun Rah, and Sun-Geon Kim, “Preparation of Silica Nanostructured Spheres by Sol Spray Drying,” Drying Tech., 26(3), 260, 2008.
Eun Kyung Park, Sang-Chun Rah, and Sun-Geon Kim,” Effect of Gas Environment on Properties of Particles Prepared by Spray Pyrolysis of metal nitrates,” Kor. J. Chem. Eng., 25(4) 885-891(2008).
張潮原著/羅尚天編, 漢文國文英文日文으로읽는幽夢影,” 순천늘보기획, 2013.Resume
Brock M. Stout
Assistant Professor, Vice Director, Creative Korea I Project
E-Mail : email@example.com
Phone : 042-630-8565
Areas of Interest
Intercultural competency building, entrepreneurship and cross-cultural fertilization, entrepreneurship in rural and economic development, talent management, regional human capital development, competency modeling.
Ph.D., Human Capital Development - University of Southern Mississippi (2015)
MIM/MBA, International Managemen - Thunderbird School of Global Management (1995)
B.A., Communications Minor, Japanese - Brigham Young University (1991)
TEACHING EXPERIENCE AND RESEARCH
SolBridge International School of Business Daejeon, Korea (AASCB accredited) -
Developed and delivered a three-course entrepreneurship program
Created an innovative course for building cultural intelligence, delivered via classroom and e-learning
(Feb. 2014 to present)
Quincy University, Quincy, Illinois
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
(Aug. 2013 to Dec. 2014)
Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois
Introduction to Marketing, one semester
Introduction to Advertising, three semesters
Negotiation, two semesters
(Aug. 2009 to May 2011)
CONFERENCE PAPERS DELIVERED
Best Paper Award (HR Track), Abu Dhabi, UAE, International Conference on Organization and Management (Asia Academy of Management) Diversity and Team Innovation: the Asian Counter Example (Nov.2015)
Copenhagen, Denmark, 12th Workshop on International Management, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management A Stakeholder-Designed Intercultural Component for HRM Competency Models (Oct.2014)
“Change Leaders’ Reflections of Hurricane Katrina: A Qualitative Review” (co-authored) - Change Management: An International Journal, Vol. 12(2). 2013
Textbook Chapter “Entrepreneurship as a Community Development Strategy” (co-authored) - Phillips & Pittman, (Eds.). An Introduction to Community Development. Routledge. 2014
Cross-cultural Exposure, Emotional Intelligence, and Cultural Intelligence (co-authored with Siyuan Meng) 2016
What You Did Matters More than What You Look Like: Diversity and Team Innovation (International Journal of Value Chain Management) 2016
COURSE PREPARED TO TEACH
Human Resource Development, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Talent Management, Organizational Development, Introduction to Negotiations, Intercultural Competency, Introduction to Economic Development, Qualitative Research Methodology
Current pipeline of five papers are related to the following research streams:
- Multicultural virtual (online) teams and innovation output
- Entrepreneurial competencies
- Venture capital industry disruption
- Cultural intelligence and emotional intelligence impact of cultural exposure
- International entrepreneurship and cross-border opportunity recognition
- Entrepreneurial antecedents in entrepreneurship for regional development
What Will the Neighbors Think? The Impact of Perceived Failure Intolerance on Entrepreneurial Intention
EXPERIENCE PRIOR TO ACADEMIA
Founded and operated two businesses in Asia and North America:
Shotoku Group, Tokyo - Founder and Managing Director, Established an independent consultancy and managed between two continents (Sep. 2006 to Aug. 2011)
Nauvoo Quilt Co. - Co-founded, built a brand, and managed logistics for a niche e-commerce company (Mar. 2009 to Dec. 2014)
Options Group, Tokyo (New York search firm) - Director Focus: asset management, private equity, structured finance (2000 to 2006)
A-Ten Associates, Tokyo (executive search) - President (1997 to 2000)
Oak Associates, Tokyo - Human Capital Consultant (1995 to 1997)
American Express TRS Phoenix, Arizona - Product Development team Developed and administered card affinity programs (1992 to 1995)
Assistant Professor of Finance
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PhD, Management, Université de Nantes, 2011
MSc, Financial Economics, Toulouse School of Economics, 2007
MBA, University of Oregon, 2001
BSc, International Economics, UWED, 1999
AREAS OF INTEREST
Finance, Entrepreneurship, Development, Gender
Do microloan officers want to lend to the less advantaged? Evidence from a choice experiment» (with M.Sagamba and O.Shchetinin), World Development, 42:182–198, 2013.
Microcredit and development in an occupational choice model», Economics Letters, 117(3):820–823, 2012.
Outlay equivalence analysis of child gender bias in household expenditure data: Evidence from Uzbekistan» (with Z.Parpiev and K.Yusupov), Economics of Transition, 20(3):549-567, 2012.
A methodology for the assessment of potential demand and optimal supply of entrepreneurial microcredit» (with A.Ayayi), Review of Development Finance, 2(2):84-92, 2012.
Recent advances in lending to the poor with asymmetric information» (with E.Galariotis and C.Villa), The Journal of Development Studies, 47(9):1371-1390, 2011.
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2013–Current / SOCIAL CONSULTING GROUP (Pro bono consultant for social ventures) / Supported a number of social enterprises in the beginning process of their operation
2012 – 2013 / INSEAD CONSULTING CLUB / Guided and coached other INSEAD students preparing for consulting jobs
2008 – 2009 / ASSOCIATE CONSULTANT DEAN IN THE BOSTON CONSULTING GROUP / Led the associate group as a representative officially selected by associate consultants in the BCG Seoul office
2003 – 2003 / KOREAN UNIVERSITY STUDENT ECONOMY ASSOCIATION (Founding member) / Founded the club, established the principles, controlled the budget and recruited new membersResume
Alexander J. Carver
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AJ Carver is an assistant professor at SolBridge International School of Business and an assistant debate coach for the SolBridge Debate Society.
Before coming to SolBridge, Prof. Carver was a competitive debater at the University of Alaska-Anchorage, the Head Debate Coach at Hunan Normal University in Changsha, China, a mathematics teacher at an urban college preparatory high school in the United States, a commercial real estate economist in New York City and a grant-funded astronomer at the European Southern Observatory in Santiago, Chile.
Prof. Carver holds master's degrees from the Erasmus Mundus Quantitative Economics Models and Methods (QEM) program and ETE, “Theory and Empirical Methods in Economics", from the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne in the Paris School of Economics. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin - Madison majoring in physics and astronomy-physics.
Areas of Interest
Debate, current affairs, mathematics, quantitative methodsResume