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VITA
Bernard Y. Yeung

Dec, 2005

1 Washington Sq. Village Abraham Krasnoff Professor in Global

Apt 11 O, Manhattan Business, Economics, and Strategy/ Management

New York, New York New York University

USA 10012-1710 Stern School of Business

Phone: 1-646 654 0990 44 W 4th St. Rm. 7/65

New York, New York

USA 10012

Phone: 1-212 998 0425

Fax: 1-212 995 4221

Email: byeung@stern.nyu.edu
EDUCATION

Ph.D. in International Business, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Dec, 1984. Dissertation Title: Exchange Rate Intervention Policies: Rational Expectations, Interdependence of Policy Actions and Policy Expectations.

MBA, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. 1981.

B.A. (Hon) in Economics and Mathematics, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, 1979.



ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS


Vice-Director, Global Business Institute, Stern, NYU, 2003 –

Abraham Krasnoff Professor in Global Business, Professor of Economics, and Professor of Strategy, New York University, Stern School of Business, 1999 – present

Area Research Director (Foreign Investment), William Davidson Institute, University of Michigan Business School, 1997 – 2004

Professor in International Business, University of Michigan Business School (assistant: 1988-1993, tenured associate: 1993-1998, full professor, 1999)

Associate Faculty Member, Tax Policy Research Center, University of Michigan, 1990 – 99

Associate Research Faculty Member, Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan, 1996 – 99

Summer Internship, Citibank/Citicorp, Hong Kong, 1989

Associate Professor, Faculty of Business, University of Alberta (assistant 1983-86, tenured associate 1986-1988)

Visiting Professor, Xian Jiaotong University, Xian, China, Summer, 1986

Bank of Canada, Summer Internship, Summer, 1981



SCHOLARLY HONORS AND AWARDS


Elected Fellow, Academy of International Business, 2005-

Lim Kim San Distinguished Visitor, National Singapore University, 2005 (Nov)

Excellence in Teaching Award – executive education programs, Stern, NYU, 2002

Moskowitz Prize for outstanding research in socially responsible investing, 2001

VP-Elected, Academy of International Business, 2000 - 2002

Teacher Excellence Award (doctoral programs), University of Michigan Business School, 1997

NTT Research Fellowship, University of Michigan Business School, 1996

Eugene Power Award for Career Achievement, University of Michigan, 1993

University of Alberta Royal Bank Research Fellow, 1987

Canada Council Doctoral Fellowship, 1982

University of Chicago Fellowship, 1979-1981

Beta Gamma Sigma, University of Chicago Chapter, 1981

Dean's Hon. list, University of Chicago, 1979-1983

Gold Medalist, University of Western Ontario, 1979



Faculty Association Scholarship, University of Western Ontario, 1976-1979


PUBLICATIONS



Articles in Journals


  1. “Purifying Japan’s Banks: Issues and Implications,” with Randall Morck, Asian Economic Papers, MIT Press, 2006, forthcoming.




  1. “Using Capital Markets as Market Intelligence: Evidence from the Pharmaceutical Industry,” with Dmitri G. Markovitch and Joel H. Steckel, Management Science, Vol. 41 No. 10. October, 2005, pp. 1467-1480.




  1. “Corporate Governance, Economic Entrenchment and Growth,” with Randall Morck and Daniel Wolfenzon, Journal of Economics Literature, Vol. 43, September, 2005, pp. 657-722.




  1. “Dividend Taxation and Corporate Governance,” with Randall Morck, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 19, No. 3, Summer, 2005, pp. 163-180.




  1. “Capital Markets and Capital Allocation: Implications for Economies in Transition,” with Artyom Durnev, Kan Li, and Randall Morck, Economics of Transition, Vol. 12 (4) 2004, 593–634 (lead article)




  1. “Firm-Specific Variation and Openness in Emerging Markets,” with Randall Morck, Kan Li, and Fan Yang Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 86 no. 3 (August) 2004, p. 658-69.




  1. “ASEAN countries, external threat, FTAA, and internal institutional weaknesses,” Business and Politics, with Yasheng Huang and Randall Morck, Vol. 6 Issue 1, May, 2004.




  1. “Value Enhancing Capital Budgeting and Firm-Specific Stock Returns Variation,” with Artyom Durnev and Randall Morck, Journal of Finance, Vol. 59 No. 1, February 2004. pp. 65 – 105. (nominated for the Brattle Price 2004 in the Journal of Finance)




  1. “1Law, Share Price Accuracy and Economic Performance: The New Evidence,” with Artyom Durnev, Merritt Fox, and Randall Morck, Michigan Law Review, Dec Vol. 102:3, 2003, pp. 331-386. (lead article)




  1. “Does Greater Firm-specific Return Variation Mean More or Less Informed Stock Pricing?,” with Artyom Durnev, Randall Morck, and Paul Zarowin, Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 41 No. 5 Dec 2003, pp. 797.




  1. “Family Control and the Rent-Seeking Society,” with Randall Morck, Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, Vol. 28 Issue 4, (Summer) 2004, pp. 391-409.




  1. “The future of the multinational enterprise, 25th years,” Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 34, Number 2 (March), 2003, pp. 101-107.




  1. “Foreign Direct Investment and Host Industry Productivity: The Case of the American Automotive Parts Industry,” with Wilbur Chung and Will Mitchell, the Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 34, Number 2 (March), 2003, pp. 199-218.




  1. “Agency Problems in Large Family Business Groups,” with Randall Morck, Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, Summer 2003. Vol. 27, Issue 4; pg. 367 – 382.




  1. “The Puzzle of the Harmonious Stock Prices,” with Randall Morck, World Economics, Vol. 3 No. 3 July-September 2002.




  1. “Small Firms, Globalization and Canadian Public Policy,” with Zoltan Acs and Randall K. Morck, Journal of International Management, Vol. 7. 2001, pp. 235-251.




  1. “Habitual and Non-Habitual Lobbyists in the US Steel Industry: An EM Algorithm Approach,” with Randall Morck and Jungsywan Sepanski, Economic Inquiry, Vol. 39, No. 3, July, 2001, 365-378.




  1. “E-commerce Readiness: Institutional Environment and International Competitiveness,” with Joanne Oxley, Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 32 No. 4, 2001.




  1. “Bring China into the WTO,” with Randall Morck, Japan and the World Economy, Vol. 12 2000, p. 289-294.




  1. “The Information Content of Stock Markets: Why Do Emerging Markets Have Synchronous Stock Price Movements?” with Randall Morck and Wayne Yu, Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 59, No. 1 and 2, October, 2000, p. 215-260.




  1. “Do Corporate Global Environmental Standards Create or Destroy Market Value,” with Glen Dowell and Stuart Hart, Management Science, Vol. 46, No. 8 August, 2000, pp. 1059-1074.




  1. “The Effect of the Uruguay Round: Event Study Evidence from U.S. Industry,” with John Mutti and Rachelle Sampson, Contemporary Economic Policy, Vol. 18 No. 1, January 2000.




  1. “Inherited Wealth, Corporate Control, and Economic Growth,” with Randall Morck and David Stangeland, in Concentrated Corporate Ownership, Randall Morck (ed.), the University of Chicago Press, 2000, pp. 319-369. (NBER working paper, #6814 1998.)




  1. “Entrepreneurial Discovery and the Global Economy,” with Zoltan J. Acs, Global Focus, 1999, Vol. 11 No. 3, pp. 63-71.




  1. “The Effect of Own-Firm and Other Firms Experience on Foreign Direct Investment Survival in the U.S., 1987-1992,” with Myles Shaver and Will Mitchell, Strategic Management Journal, Nov, 1997, Vol. 18 No. 10, pp. 811-824.




  1. “Which Firms Expand to the Middle East: the Experience of U.S. Multinational Enterprises,” with Avi Fiegenbaum and Myles Shaver, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 18:2, 1997, pp. 141-148.




  1. “The Internationalization of Small and Medium Size Firms: A Policy Perspective,” with Zoltan Acs, Randall Morck, and Myles Shaver, Small Business Economics, Vol. 9, No. 1, February 1997, pp. 7-20.




  1. “Section 337 and the Protection of Intellectual Property in the United States: The Complainants and the Impact,” with John Mutti, Review of Economics and Statistics, August, 1996, pp. 510-520.




  1. “Rent Seeking, Protectionism and Innovation in the American Steel Industry,” with Stefanie Lenway and Randall Morck, Economic Journal, 106 (March), 1996, pp. 410-421.




  1. “An Empirical Investigation of Joint Venture Dynamics: Evidence from U.S. - Japan Ventures,” with Masao Nakamura and Myles Shaver, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol. 14, 1996, pp. 521-541.




  1. “Review of ‘Foreign Direct Investment,’” K. Froot (ed.), Journal of International Economics, Vol. 38 No. 1/2, February 1995, pp. 193-197.




  1. “Foreign Entry Survival and Foreign Market Share: Canadian Companies’ Experience in the U.S. Medical Sector, 1968-1991,” with Will Mitchell and Myles Shaver, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 12, 1994, pp. 555-567.




  1. “Performance Following Changes of International Presence in Domestic and Transition Industries,” with Will Mitchell and J. Myles Shaver, Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 24(4), 1993.




  1. “On the Determinations of Foreign Ownership Shares: Evidence from U.S. Firms' Joint Ventures in Japan,” with Masao Nakamura, Managerial and Decision Economics, Vol. 14, 1993, pp. 95-106.




  1. “Why Countertrade: An Economist's Perspective,” with Rolf Mirus, International Trade Journal, Vol. 7(4), Summer 1993, pp. 409-433.




  1. “Income Shifting in U.S. Multinational Corporations” with David Harris, Randall Morck, and Joel Slemrod, in Studies in International Taxation, Alberto Giovinnini, Glen Hubbard, and Joel Slemrod (eds.), University of Chicago Press, 1993. (NBER Working Paper #3924).




  1. “Impact of EC 92 on European Banking: A Foreign Direct Investment Perspective,” with Gunter Dufey, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, Vol. 2, 3/4, 1993, pp. 11-32. (Reprinted in Financial Management in Post 1992 Europe, John Doukas (ed.), New Jersey: Haywood Press Inc. 1993).




  1. “Internalization: An Event Study Test,” with Randall Morck, Journal of International Economics, Vol. 33, August 1992, p. 41-56.




  1. “Getting There in a Global Industry: Effects on Performance of Changing International Presence,” with Will Mitchell and J. Myles Shaver, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 13, 1992, p. 419-432.




  1. “Foreign Acquisitions: When Do They Make Sense?” with Randall Morck, Managerial Finance, Vol. 17 No. 6, 1991, p. 10-17.




  1. “Why Investors Value Multinationality?” with Randall Morck, Journal of Business, Vol. 64 No. 2, April 1991, pp. 165-187.




  1. “Price Flexibility and Output Volatility: The Case for Flexible Exchange Rates,” with Giovanni Barone-Adesi, Journal of International Money and Finance, Vol. 9, Sept 1990, pp. 276-298.




  1. “Trade in Services and Returns on Multinational Activity,” with Alan Rugman, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv (World Economic Review), Vol. 125 (2), 1989, pp. 386-391.




  1. “Buy-Back and Technology Transfer: An Assessment,” with Rolf Mirus, Canadian Journal of Administrative Science, Sept 1989.




  1. “The Relevance of the Invoicing Currency in Intra-firm Trade Transactions,” with Rolf Mirus, Journal of International Money and Finance, Vol. 6, Dec 1987, pp. 449-464.




  1. “Countertrade and Foreign Exchange Shortages: A Preliminary Assessment,” with Rolf Mirus, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv (World Economic Review), Sept 1987, pp. 535-544.




  1. “The Choice of Appropriate Technology in a General Equilibrium Model: Comments and Re-Interpretation,” Journal of International Trade, Vol. 1 (3), Spring 1987, pp. 305-314.




  1. “Economic Incentives for Countertrade,” with Rolf Mirus, Journal of International Business Studies, Autumn 1986, pp. 27-39. (Reprinted in International Library of Critical Writings in Economics: Multinational Corporations, Mark Casson (ed.), London, U.K.: Elgar, July 1990).




  1. “Buy-Back in International Trade: A Rationale,” with Rolf Mirus, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, August 1986, pp. 370-374.




  1. “Trade Liberalization and Its Employment Effect,” Western Economic Review, Vol. 4 (4), Winter 1985, pp. 39-49.




  1. “External Sector Closing Rules in Applied General Equilibrium Models,” with John Whalley, Journal of International Economics, Vol. 16, 1984, pp. 123-138.



Articles in Books




  1. “Supply of entrepreneurs, and institutional obstacles to advancement,” with Kathy Fogel, Ashton Hawk, and Randall Morck, Oxford Handbook of Entrepreneurship, edited by Mark Casson, Bernard Yeung, Anuradha Basu, Nigel Wadeson, Oxford University Press, 2005, forthcoming.




  1. “Who owns whom? Economics Nationalism and Family Controlled Pyramidal Group in Canada,” with Randall Morck and Gloria Tian, in Governance, Multinationals and Growth (eds. Lorraine Eden and Wendy Dobson) Edward Elgar: Cheltenham UK and Northampton, MA US, 2005. (pp. 44-67).




  1. “The Rise and Fall of the Widely Held Firms in Canada,” with Randall Morck, History of Corporate Ownership, (edited by Randall Morck), Chicago University Press, 2005, forthcoming.




  1. “Why Firms Diversify: Internalization vs. Agency Behavior,” with Randall Morck, Intangible Assets edited by John Hand and Baruch Lev, Oxford University Press, 2003 (pp. 269 – 302).




  1. “Japanese Economic Success and the Curious Characteristics of Japanese Stock Prices, ” with Randall Morck, IMF publication “Designing Financial Systems in East Asia and Japan” , (organized by IMF and Hitotsobashi University Economic Dept, edited by Kunio Saito and Juro Teranishi, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group), 2003.




  1. “The Economic Determinants of Innovation,” with Randall Morck, in Productivity in Canada, edited by Someshwar Rao and Andrew Sharpe, published by Industry Canada, and Centre for the Study of Living Standards (Canada)University of Calgary Press, 2002.




  1. “Countertrade, an Introduction,” with Rolf Mirus, in The Economics of Barter and Countertrade, edited by Rolf Mirus and Bernard Yeung, Edward Elgar, 2001.




  1. “The Economic Underpinnings of a Knowledge-Based Economy,” with Randall Morck, Ch. 2 in Doing Business in the Knowledge-Based Economy, Louis A. Lefebvre, Elisabeth Lefebvre and Pierre Mohnen (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.




  1. “Canadian Public Policy in a Knowledge-Based Economy,” with Randall Morck, Ch. 12 in Doing Business in the Knowledge-Based Economy, Louis A. Lefebvre, Elisabeth Lefebvre and Pierre Mohnen (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.




  1. “Why Synergy Creates Real Value,” (with Randall Morck) in Financial Times' Mastering Strategy, Nov 8 1999 (Financial Times Mastering Strategy the complete MBA companion in strategy 2000).




  1. “Comments on “Emerging Market Business Groups, Foreign Investors, and Corporate Governance” by Tarun Khanna and Krishna Palepu, in Concentrated Corporate Ownership, Randall Morck (ed.), the University of Chicago Press, 2000.




  1. “Comments on ‘Does Corruption Provide Relief on Tax and Capital Control for International Investors?’” by Shang-Jin Wei in Studies in International Taxation, James Hines (ed.), NBER book, University of Chicago Press, 2000.




  1. “Productivity Growth and Firm Size Distribution,” with Zoltan Acs and Randall Morck, in Enterpreneurship, Small and Medium Enterprises and the Macroeconomy, Zoltan Acs, Bo Carlsson and Charlie Karlsson (eds.), Cambridge University Press, UK: Cambridge, 1999.




  1. “Globalization as a Schumpeterian Process – the Roles for Large and Small Firms,” with Zoltan Acs, in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in the Global Economy, Zoltan Acs and Bernard Yeung (eds.), University of Michigan Press, 1998.




  1. “Evolution, Community and the Global Economy,” (former title: “Small Firms and Globalization,”) with Zoltan Acs and Randall Morck, in Are Small Firms Important? – their Role and Impact, Zoltan Acs (ed.), published by the US Office of Advocacy and Kluwer Academic Publisher, 1998 (US Small Business Administration Discussion Paper).




  1. “Structural Change and Industrial Location: Agglomeration, Innovation, and the Multinational Enterprise,” with Joanne Oxley, in Structural Change, Industrial Location, and Competitiveness, Joanne Oxley and Bernard Yeung (eds.), Edward Elgar Co., October 1998.




  1. “Industry Location, Growth, and Government Activism: the Changing Economic Landscape,” with Joanne Oxley in Structural Change, Industrial Location, and Competitiveness, Joanne Oxley and Bernard Yeung (eds.), Edward Elgar Co., October 1998.




  1. “The Effect of Protectionism in the American Steel Industry: an Empirical Analysis,” with Stefanie Lenway and Randall Morck, in Structural Change, Industrial Location, and Competitiveness, Joanne Oxley and Bernard Yeung (eds.), Edward Elgar Co., October 1998.




  1. “Causality between International Expansion and Investment in Intangibles, with Implications for Financial Performance and Firm Survival,” with Will Mitchell, Randall Morck, and Myles Shaver, in Global Competition and Market Entry Strategies, J-F Hennert (ed.), Elsevier, North-Holland, 1998.




  1. “Section 337 and the Protection of Intellectual Property in the U.S.: The Impact on R&D Spending,” with John Mutti, Conference Volume in Honor of Robert Stern's Quiet Pioneering, Keith Maskus (ed.), University of Michigan Press, 1997, pp. 71 – 94.




  1. “Financial Regulation in the Global Economy as Property Rights,” with Randall Morck, in Reforming the Canadian Financial Sector: Canada in Global Perspective, Thomas J. Courchene and Edwin H. Neave (eds), John Deutsche Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6, June 1997.




  1. “Corporate Response,” with Randall Morck, Industry Canada Policy Discussion Paper (commissioned policy discussion paper), Sept, 1996.




  1. “The Corporate Governance of Multinationals,” with Randall Morck, in Corporate Decision Making and Governance in Canada, Ron Daniels and Randall Morck (eds.), Industry Canada, Canadian Government Printing Office, 1995, pp. 433 - 456.




  1. “International Finance Management” (with Michael Moffett), in International Encyclopedia of Business and Management, Rosalie Tung (ed.), London, U.K.: Routledge, 1994.




  1. “Exchange Rate Behavior, Theory and Managerial Implications,” with Rolf Mirus, in Canadian Dimension of International Business, Ch. 16, Alan Rugman (ed.), Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1988.


Articles in Proceedings


  1. Special Issues Relating to Corporate Governance and family Control (with Randall Morck) ICFAI Journal of Corporate Governance 3(3) 50-65. (paper for the World Bank’s Global Corporate Governance Forum (November 2003, Paris)




  1. “Canadians Teach Chinese About Capitalism,” with Randall Morck, National Post Oct 1 2004.




  1. “Asean’s institutions are still in poor shape,” with Yasheng Huang, Financial Times, Sept, 2 2004.




  1. “Stocks of a Feather: Why Emerging Markets Have Synchronous Stock Price Movements,” with Randall Morck, in SternBusinss, Spring/Summer 2000.




  1. “Foreign Investment and Emerging Markets,” Transition, the World Bank publication, Aug 1999.




  1. “Corporate Global Environmental Standards: Altruism or Competitive Advantage,” with Glen Dowell and Stuart Hart, Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management (won the Best Paper Award in the Organization and Natural Environment Division), 1998.




  1. “Testing for Addiction” (with Randall Morck and Jungsywan Sepanski) Applied Stochastic Methods for Data Analysis, conference volume, Complesso Universitario di Monte S. Angelo, 1998.




  1. “Foreign Direct Investment and Host Industry Productivity: The Case of the American Automotive Parts Industry,” with Wilbur Chung and Will Mitchell, European International Business Association Conference, Stockholm, Dec. 1996.




  1. “Externalities vs. Direct-Linkages: Productivity Impact for the U.S. Automotive Supplier Industry,” with Wilbur Chung, Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management (Business Policy and Strategy Division), 1996.




  1. “Winning the War of 2012: Survival of Canadian Companies in the United States Medical Sector Markets, 1968-1991,” with Will Mitchell and J Myles Shaver, Conference Proceedings, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Quebec City Meetings, June 1992.




  1. “Countertrade: What Have We Learnt?” with Rolf Mirus, Conference Proceedings, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Niagara Falls Meetings, June 1991.




  1. “Internalization and Intangible Assets,” with Randall Morck, Proceedings, 5th Symposium on Money, Banking, Finance and Insurance at Karlsruhe, Germany, December 1990.




  1. “On the International Trade of Cultural Programs,” with Colin Hoskins, Conference Proceedings, European International Business Association, Antwerp Meetings, December 1987.




  1. “Countertrade Literature: A Critical Review, Future Directions and Regional Implications,” with Rolf Mirus, Proceedings, the Academy of International Business, Hong Kong Meetings, July 1985.


Books


  1. “Oxford Handbook of Entrepreneurship”, edited with Mark Casson, Anuradha Basu, and Nigel Wadeson, Oxford University Press, 2006, forthcoming




  1. “The Economics of Barter and Countertrade,” edited with Rolf Mirus, Edward Elgar, 2001.




  1. “Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in the Global Economy,” edited with Zoltan Acs, University of Michigan Press, 1999.




  1. “Structural Change, Industrial Location, and Competitiveness,” edited with Joanne Oxley, Edward Elgar Co., October 1998.


Articles in Foreign Journals

    1. “China’s Lucky Corporate Governance,” with Randall Morck and Minyuan Zhao, 北大商业评论, Peking University Business Forum, Sept, 2005. (in Chinese)1




    1. “The Schumpeterian Process – a Requirement in Meeting Demand,” with Randall Morck and Huizu Li, China-Foreign Countries Technology Policies and Management, January, 1998 (in Chinese) 2




    1. “Stop Corruption at its Source – an Economic Analysis of Corruption,” with Randall Morck and Huizu Li, Chinese Social Science, 1998 (in Chinese).




    1. “The Win-Win Outcome for Multinational Firms and Host Country,” with Randall Morck and Huizu Li, Chinese Social Science, Nov 1997 (in Chinese).




    1. “Changing International Strategy: Contrasts in Domestic, Transition, and Global Industries,” with Will Mitchell and Myles Shaver, chapter in Competizione Multidimensionale: Quale azienda globale? (in Italian) Maruizio Bussolo and Stefano Zara (eds.), Torino, Italy: ISEDI, 1992, pp. 211-234.3



PAPERS UNDER REVIEW
“Openness and Institutional Changes,” with Minyuan Zhao, Kathy Fogel, and Randall Morck, (first draft: May 2005, final draft, Dec 2005. Under review, Quarterly Journal of Economics.).

CURRENT WORKING PAPERS
“Innocents Abroad: Failure Rates of International Joint Ventures with Pyramidal Groups,” with Susan Perkins and Randall Morck (first draft, Dec 2005)
“Do Multinational Enterprises Use Capital Effectively?” with William Greene, Abigail S. Hornstein, and Lawrence White (first draft, Dec 2005)
“Corporate Governance and Managerial Risk Taking: Theory and Evidence,” with Kose John and Lubomir Litov, (first draft Summer 2004, latest Nov 2005.)
“Creative Destruction, Information Technology, and Economic Growth,” Hyunbae Chun, Jung-Wook Kim, Randall Morck, Bernard Yeung (first draft, Nov 2004)
“International Business Research: Challenge and Opportunity: Coming to Grips with Institutions,” with Randall Morck (First draft, Oct 2002, presented at the Harvard Strategy Conference, Nov 2002)

“Outside Financing and Firm Specific Stock Return Variation,” with Artyom Durnev and Randall Morck, 2002.

“Long-lasting international joint ventures in Japan: an overlooked strategy of Japanese firms,” with Masao Nakamura and Myles Shaver, 2002

“Does Firm-specific Information in Stock Prices Guide Capital Allocation?” with Artyom Durnev and Randall Morck first draft, Dec 1999, revised Nov 2000, NBER WP. 8993.

“Corporate Stability” with Kathy He and Randall Morck (first draft: Sept 2000, latest Dec 2005)


“Willingness to Pay for Tariff Liberalization,” with Simon Evenett and Simeon Djankov, first draft: December 1997 (presented at the AEA meeting 1998).
“Survival,” with Randall Morck, 1st draft: Feb 1996, last revised Jan 2002.
“Transactional Trust,” with Randall Morck, first draft: Jan 1997.
“Estimates of the Restrictive Effects of Tariff Barriers in OECD Nations: 1970-1989,” with Simon Evenett and Simeon Djankov, first draft, November 1996, mimeo.

MAJOR RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
“Institutions, Firm Behavior and Economics Performance”

“Impact of cross border business activities on social economic development”

“International studies of capital market functionality”

“Foreign direct investment and multinational firm enterprises”




RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP AND GRANTS

William Davidson Institute (University of Michigan) Research Grant (2005-2006)

Ford Foundation, Global Scholar Network on Institutions and Business (2003-2005)

Industry Canada, Federal Government, Ottawa, Canada, 1998 (A Knowledge-Based Perspective on the Competitiveness of Canada’s Economic Structure, with Randall Morck)

University of Michigan, Center for International Business Education, 1997-8 (Difference in Innovation Capability Between Multinational and Domestic Firms)

University of Michigan, Center for International Business Education, 1995-6 (Cross-border Stock Listing)

Industry Canada, Federal Government, Ottawa, Canada, 1996 (Corporate Response to Structural Changes, with Randall Morck)

Industry Canada, Federal Government, Ottawa, Canada, 1994-5 (The Future of Foreign Owned Subsidiaries, with Randall Morck)

University of Michigan, Center for International Business Education, 1994-5 (Property Rights Protection and R&D Spending)

University of Michigan, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, 1992 (International Expansion and Industry Condition) (Who Benefits from Trade Protection)

University of Michigan, Center for International Business Education, 1992 (Who Benefits from Trade Protection)

University of Michigan, Center for International Business Education, 1990 (Income-Shifting in US Multinational Corporations)

Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada, 1988-1990 (Countertrade: An Economist's Perspective)

Royal Bank of Canada Research Fellowship, University of Alberta, 1987 (Exchange Rate Volatility and Income Stability, The Choice of Invoicing Currency in Intra-firm Trade)



PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Editorial Board: Journal of International Business Studies (Associate Editor, 2002 - 2005)

Academy of Management Review (2005 – 2008)

Guess Editor: Management Science, 2005

Journal of International Business Studies, 2003, “Symposium in honor of Buckley and Casson’s the Future of Multinational Enterprises, 25 year anniversary”

Chair, External Evaluation Committee, National Taiwan University School of Management (IB Department) 2004

External Examiner, Executive MBA program, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004-2007

VP-Elected, Academy of International Business, 2000 - 2002

Panel Speaker (multiple times): Academy of Management, Academy of International Business, European Financial Management Association, North American Finance Association, European International Business Association, Harvard Emerging Market Conference, Harvard Strategy Conference, Swedish Network for European Studies in Economics and Business


Board of Advisor, AIESEC (U. of Michigan Chapter, 1995-1997)


INTERNAL SERVICES


Stern School

Chair, ad hoc committee on “International Specialization” and “Curriculum Internationalization” in degree programs, Stern, NYU 2004

Senior Faculty Evaluation Committee (since 2003, co-chair 2004)

Doctoral Program Coordinator (since 2004, Economics-Strategy)

Faculty Research Resource Committee (chair, 2001 - 2003)

Ad Hoc Committee (2001-2002, Ad Hoc Committee on “Research Professorship and Faculty Fellowship”)

Curriculum Committee (2000-2001)

Seminar organizer (IB research seminar [since 2000], cross disciplinary strategy research seminar [initiated and organized the seminar since 2000], school wide research seminar [initiated and organized the seminar since 2000])

IB doctoral program coordinator (1999 - 2003)

Michigan:

Business School Asian Strategic Committee (1993 - 1998)

University Senate Assembly (1995 – 1998)

Research and Publication (1994 - 1998)

Doctoral Studies Committee (1994 - 1999)

Ph.D. Program Review Task Force (1992)

Research Computing Committee (1992-1996)

Research Seminar Organizer (1989-1998)


REFEREE

Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Finance, Journal of Monetary Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Management Science, Strategic Management Journal, Economic Inquiry, Financial Management, International Economic Review, International Review of Economics and Finance, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Journal of Asian Business, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Business, Journal of International Economics, Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, Quarterly Review of Economics and Business, Review of Economics and Statistics, Review of International Economics, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, Socio-Economic Planning Sciences




RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

American Economics Association

Academy of International Business

Academy of Management

Econometrics Society

European Finance Association

European International Business Association

National Bureau of Economic Research

Northern Finance Association

Western Economics Association



RECENT TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Executive Education Teaching

MEEP (Management Essentials for the Experienced Professional) – Stern, NYU

Executive MBA, Stern, (Global Business Environment: Trade and Investment)

Executive MBA, Global Business, Peking Univeristy, Guanghua School of Management.

Core Course: International Business, U of Michigan – Cathay Pacific Global MBA Program

Management in Transition Economy: The Case of China (Senior Management Training Course: Ministry of Electronic Industry, Beijing, China)

Introduction to Market Economy (Executive Education, Beijing, China)

Management of International Operation -- Foreign Direct Investment (U. of Michigan)

International Finance (Advance Finance Program at Huazhong University of Science and Technology, (P.R.C.))



University Teaching

Strategy (PhD)

Institutions and Corporate Finance (PhD)

Foreign Direct Investment (PhD and MBA)

International Business (PhD, MBA)

International Finance (PhD, MBA)

International Trade (Ph.D., U. of Michigan, MBA and BBA, U. of Alberta)

Microeconomics (BBA, U. of Michigan)

Ph.D. COMMITTEES


Lubomir Litov(co-chair), June 2005, Stern School of Business, New York University

Abigail Hornstein (chair), June 2005, Stern School of Business, new York University

Gerson Dushnitsky (member), June 2004, Stern School of Business, New York University.

Minyuan Zhao (co-chair), June 2004, Stern School of Business New York University (winner of the INFORMS Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Award (2003))

Dmitri Markovitch (member) May 2004. Stern School of Business, New York University

Artyom Durnev (co-chair), June 2003, University of Michigan Business School

Robert Salomon (member), July 2002, Stern School of Business, New York University (winner, Newman Dissertation Prize, Academy of Management, Runners-up 2002 INFORMS/Organization Science, Dissertation Competition 2001)

Juan Alcacer (co-chair), Sept 2001, University of Michigan Business School (winner of the Richman best dissertation award, IM Division, Academy of Management 2002, Finalist, Richard N Farmer best dissertation award, AIB, 2002)

Nangyoo Park, (member) August, 2001, Stern, NYU

Martin Jarolim, (member) August 2001, CERGE-EI, Prague, Czech Republic, August, 2001

Rachelle Sampson (chair) Sept 1999, University of Business School (Finalist, Richard N Farmer best dissertation award, AIB 2000, Finalist, Barry Richman best dissertation award, IM Division, Academy of Management, 2000)

Arturs Kalnins, (chair) Aug 1998, University of Michigan Business School

Wilbur Chung, (chair) June 1997, School of Business Administration (finalist, the Barry Richman best dissertation award, IM Division, Academy of Management 1998, finalist, Richard N Farmer best dissertation award, AIB 1998)

Xavier Martin, May (member), 1996, School of Business (winner of best dissertation award, Richard N Farmer best dissertation award, AIB 1996)

J. Myles Shaver, (co-chair) April 1994, School of Business Administration (finalist, Richard N Farmer best dissertation award, AIB 1995)

Heng-Chiang Huang, (co-chair) July 1992, School of Business Administration


Qi Chen (member) Aug 2000, University of Michigan Department of Economics

Zhao, Xiaozheng, (member) July 1998, Department of Economics

Tin Gao, (member) May 1998, Department of Economics

Seong-Hun Yun, (member) Jan 1998, Department of Economics

Young Lee, (member) Dec 1997, Department of Economics

Yong Yang, (member) June 1997, Department of Economics

Sang-Whan Lho, (member) April 1996, Department of Economics

Dukegeun Ahn, (member) April 1996, Department of Economics

Dalia Sami Hakura, (member) Aug 1995, Department of Economics

Nam-Hoon Kang, (member) March 1995, Department of Economics

Theresa Greaney, (member) June 1994, Department of Economics

Albert Chen Hsu, (member) April 1994, Department of Economics

Zhong Zhang, (member) March 1994, Department of Economics

Wouter H. F. De Ploey, (member) September 1991, Department of Economics

Satoshi Ikeda, (member) December 1990, Department of Economics

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Asian Development Bank

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Chase Manhattan Bank

ChrysCapital

Deloitte Consulting

Economic Analysis Group, Manhattan, New York

European Union Standards Commission

Global Leadership Program (U. of Michigan)

Inter-American Development Bank

J. D. Power and Associate (Auto Association)

Ministry of Electronic Industry (China)

Motorola


State Department (US)

State Council (China)


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1 This journal aims to be the Chinese version of the Harvard Business Review. I wrote this article because I would like to reach the Chinese audiences on their corporate governance issues.

2 These articles are intended to influence the economic policy debates in China. I was invited to write these articles by Prof. Huizu Li, the ex-senior associate dean of the Management School of the Xian Jiaotong University. To reach our target audience, we have to write in Chinese and publish in Chinese journals. These journals are similar to journals like the Contemporary Policy Issues in North America.

3 This article was invited and then translated into Italian by the organizers.




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