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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Academic Honours for Outstanding Faculty

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Shanghai, China. October 26, 2016 – CEIBS faculty continue to make significant contributions to the world of academia, not only through their own research but also by holding leadership positions at prestigious scholarly journals and major academic organisations in China and around the world.

For example, Vice President and Dean Professor Ding Yuan is Associate Editor of “European Accounting Review (EAR)”, which publishes high quality accounting research manuscripts. He has editorial responsibility for submissions related to financial reporting, governance and ethics.

Meanwhile, Professor of Strategy and International Business Klaus Meyer is both Area Editor and Consulting Editor of the prestigious “Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS)” as well as Member of the Editorial Review Board of “Strategic Management Journal (SMJ)”. Editorial Review Board members of many highly regarded journals play a role in the selection of published material, as their opinions and expertise are relied upon during the vetting of submissions. Among other CEIBS faculty in that role is Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy Shameen Prashantham, who is on the Editorial Review Boards of both “JIBS” and the “Journal of Management Studies (JMS)”. Professor of Strategy Sam Park has a similar role at the “Strategic Management Journal (SMJ)”; so does Assistant Professor of Management Zhang Yu at the “Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP)” and Professor of Management Liang Neng at the “Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE)”. 

Prof. Liang Neng is also President of the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), a scholarly association dedicated to the creation and dissemination of management knowledge with a focus on China. Meanwhile, Professor of Management Jean Lee is Chair of the Asia Pacific Leadership Council in STEP, a global applied research initiative that explores the entrepreneurial process within business families, and generates solutions that have immediate application for family leaders.

“The school leadership is pleased to see so many of our faculty in academically related leadership roles – both locally and abroad,” said CEIBS Vice President and Co-Dean Zhang Weijiong. “In the future, we hope to see even more of our faculty contribute to maintaining the standards of top tier academic journals, as well as to shaping well-regarded academic organisations. We consider this a vital part of the CEIBS vision to become the most respected international business school by linking East and West in teaching, research, and business practice and by promoting China’s social and economic development through high-impact knowledge creation and dissemination.”

Writer: 
Charmaine N. Clarke