|Resume:||Jian Gu [DOC 53KB]|
|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|1782||S1||BUS870||Business Policy and Strategy|
|1844||03||BUS470||Business Policy & Strategy|
|1845||04||BUS470||Business Policy & Strategy|
1994 BS degree in International Economics from Nankai Univ., China 1996. MS degree in International Business from Nankai Univ., China. Coming from China to the U.S. in 1996. 1997-2003 PhD degree from Temple University, Philadelphia, PA Teaching as an assistant professor from 2002.
Cross-Border mergers and acquisitions, social media marketing, strategic management
Business Policy and Strategy at both undergraduate and MBA level International Management International Business
"Strategic Modularization and Performance Implications in the Brazilian Automotive Industry" (second author), International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management Vol. 5 #4, pp430-460, 2005. "Links Between Acquiring Firm Resources and International Diversification Strategy in Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions", submitted to Journal of International Management. It is currently under review. "Distribution system Choice in Service Industries: An Analysis of the International Insurance Market", coauthor with Ronaldo Parente and Choi, currently under the first round review at Journal of International Management.
"Independent Agents or Direct Writing? Distribution System Choices by Multinational Insurance Firms" (coauthor with Ronaldo Parente and Paul Choi), presented at the Academy of International Business international annual conference in Quebec City, Canada in July 2005 "Fit Between Resources, Diversification Strategy, and Performance in Cross-Border Acquisitions", presented at Academy of Management national annual conference in New Orleans, LA in August 2004 "Performance of Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions", presented at Academy of Management national annual conference in Seattle, WA in August 2003 "Links Between Acquiring Firm Resources and International Diversification Strategy in Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions", presented at Academy of Management national annual conference in Washington DC in August 2001 "Evaluating Trust as an Alternative to Control Mechanisms in International Joint Ventures", presented at Eastern Academy of Management annual conference in New York in May 2001
travel, European history, military affairs, arts