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Friday, September 2, 2016

2016 CEIBS Research Excellence & Teaching Excellence Award Winners

September 2, 2016. Shanghai – Professor of Operations & Supply Chain Management Zhao Xiande and Assistant Professor of Management Sebastian Schuh have been awarded the 2016 CEIBS Research Excellence Award for their outstanding contributions to academic knowledge creation. Professor of Management Zhu Xiaoming, Professor of Economics and Finance Xu Bin and Professor of Marketing Wang Gao have been awarded the 2016 Teaching Excellence Awards in recognition of their efforts in making continuous improvements, bring innovation into teaching, and contribute to faculty development through mentoring. The awards were announced today by CEIBS Vice President and Dean Ding Yuan and will be conferred at the Faculty Getaway later this month.

Professor Zhao is Director of CEIBS-GLP Centre of Innovations in Supply Chains and Services and Co-Director of CEIBS Centre for Automotive Research. He is currently President of the Academy of Supply Chain and Operations Management (ASCOM) and Vice President of Asia Pacific Institute of Decision Science. He is Associate Editor for the Journal of Operations Management, Decision Sciences Journal, and a senior editor of Production and Operations Management Journal. He is also the Asia-area co-editor for Journal of Supply Chain Management and member of the business panel for the Research Grant Council of Hong Kong. His teaching and research interests focus on innovation, quality and productivity improvements in manufacturing and service organisations.

Assistant Professor Schuh is a fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and has been a visiting researcher at London Business School and at Antai College of Economics and Management. Before joining academia, Professor Schuh worked in the field of strategy consulting and advised companies and investors in the internet, media, and telecommunication industries. He specialises in the areas of leadership, organisational identity, and trust in organisations. He is currently researching how leaders and subordinates develop mutual trust and how this impacts their cooperation and effectiveness. He is also doing research on organisations’ identity and its effects on employee performance.

Professor Zhu served as CEIBS President from June 2006 to March 2015. He is also an Adjunct Professor and PhD supervisor at the College of Economics and Management at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, and an Adjunct Professor at Shanghai International Studies University, PhD supervisor for the China UnionPay postdoctoral programme, and member of IAM (International Academy of Management). Dr.Zhu is Director of Shanghai Research Institute of Digitalization and Internet Finance at CEIBS. He is also Vice Chairman of the China Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, and Director of the Shanghai Evaluation Committee of International Business Professionals. His research interests include foreign trade & investment, corporate management and the service economy

Professor Xu is Wu Jinglian Chair in Economics and Associate Dean (Research). He teaches macroeconomics and international finance at CEIBS. He has been invited to give speeches to executives of multinational enterprises and Chinese companies on issues related to the global and Chinese economies. His current research focuses on the global and Chinese economy, multinational enterprises in China, and trade and finance issues of emerging markets. He has published extensively in both international and Chinese journals, and is author of International Trade (Peking University Press, 2009). Dr. Xu is associate editor of the Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, and board member of the Asia-Pacific Trade Seminars.

Professor Wang is Associate Dean (Executive Education Programme), Academic Director of the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) programme and Academic Director of SEPC, a joint executive training programme with Harvard Business School and SEM of Tsinghua University. He teaches marketing management and Strategy Simulation in the EMBA programme, and various subjects in the Executive Education programme, such as CEO, CMO, AMP, Business Growth, and company specific programmes. His research interests include Branding and customer Strategy, Business Model Innovation, E-commerce in China, and Consumer Buying Behaviour.