Conference Committees

Cracking the U.S. Market: Opportunities and Threats for Chinese Multinationals

Program Chair

Tel:(415) 422-4330
xyang14@usfca.edu

Xiaohua Yang, University of San Francisco School of Management

Xiaohua Yang, Director

Associate Professor of International Business

Xiaohua Yang, Associate Professor, is garnering recognition in both the international academic community and media (Wenzhou Daily, Sing Tao Daily, and Lihong Radio) for her research on Chinese enterprises in the U.S. and the globalization of Chinese business. She explores the relationship between brand recognition and firm performance, internationalization of Chinese firms, R&D strategic alliances, and foreign market entry strategies.

Program Co-Chairs

Tel:(415) 422-6129
doyleb@usfca.edu

Barry Doyle, University of San Francisco School of Management

Barry Doyle

Professor of Finance

Barry W. Doyle, Professor of Finance, is a much admired leader and educator in the undergraduate, MBA, and Executive MBA programs, having been with the School of Management since 1984. Professor Doyle serves as acting Faculty Director at China Resources Holding Company and Guangzhou Enterprises, overseeing their Executive MBA Distance Learning Program as well as teaching corporate finance.


mary.teagarden@thunderbird.edu

Mary Teagarden, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Mary Teagarden

Professor of Global Strategy

Professor of global strategy at Thunderbird School of Global Management, Mary Teagarden, Ph.D., is a world-renowned thought leader and educator in the areas of global strategic management and strategic human resource management. She is recognized and sought after in academic, corporate and government sectors for her teaching, executive training and consulting.

Tel:(415) 422-5801
lwang28@usfca.edu

Liang Wang, University of San Francisco School of Management

Liang Wang

Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Strategy

Liang Wang’s personal, professional and academic history has given him unique insight into how deep-seated traditions cross-pollinate in an entrepreneurial environment. Business ethics of multinational corporations (MNC’s) are a reflection of both their home and host countries and he aims to guide a new generation of more effective, aware and ethically-driven MNC leaders into the global business space.



Conference Program Committee

Karl Boedecker

Professor, Department Chair
University of San Francisco School of Management
Department of Economics, Law, and International Business

Roger Chen

Professor
University of San Francisco School of Management
Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Strategy

Ping Deng

Professor and the Monte Ahuja Endowed Chair of Global Business
Monte Ahuja College of Business
Department of Management and Labor

Monika Hudson

Assistant Professor
University of San Francisco School of Management
Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Strategy

Isabelle Lescent-Giles
Track Chair for Roundtable Sessions

Adjunct Professor
University of San Francisco School of Management
Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Strategy

W. Travis Selmier II

Affiliated Faculty
Indiana University
The Vincent and Elinor Ostrom Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis

Yinan (Ian) Wang

Partner
DeHeng Law Offices, China

William Wei
Track Chair for Key Panel Sessions

Associate Professor and Director, Institute of Asia Pacific Studies
MacEwan University, Canada
Asia Pacific Management Program

Haifeng Yan

Professor and Associate Dean, School of Business
East China University of Science and Technology


Conference Site Committee

Gleb Nikitenko
Conference Site Committee Chair

Assistant Professor, Director of New Venture Center
Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Strategy

For conference logistics, please contact nikitenko@usfca.edu

Erin Grogan

Director of Finance Budget and Planning
University of San Francisco School of Management

David Jones

Professor, Department Chair
Hospitality Management Department
University of San Francisco School of Management

Stanley Kwong

Adjunct Professor of International Business
University of San Francisco School of Management