Professor Zhuang YANG
Special Advisor, BiMBA Business School at National School of Development, Peking University.
Academic Director, DPS Program, National School of Development at Peking University, Peking University.
Office Phone Number: +86-10-62752293
Management,Human Resource, Organizational Behavior
1986-1991 Ph.D in Management, Columbia University
1984—1985 MA in Social Science, Columbia University
1982—1984 MPA in International Relation, Princeton University
1978—1981 MA in Journalism, Graduate School, The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
1971—1974 BA in English, Peking University
Feb., 2005 Managing in an age of complexity: quantum skills for the new millennium. With Professor Charlotte Shelton of Rockhurst University, Helzberg School of Management and Tony Liu of Peking University. International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management (Volume 23, No.2 2005)
Nov. 2004 Preface to the book, Chinese edition “Successful Mergers, acquisitions and Strategic Alliances—how to bridge corporate cultures” by Charles Gancel, Irene Rodgers and Marc Raynaud, published by The McGraw-Hill companies, 2005
Jun-Aug, 2004 Key Factors Influencing HRM Practices of Overseas Subsidiaries in China’s Transition Economy. With Professors of John Farley of Dartmouth College/China-Europe International Business School and Scott Hoenig of Fordham University GBA. International Journal of Human Resource Management June-August (2004)
Sept 2002 U.S. and Japanese Personnel Management Features and their implications to Chinese Firms (in Chinese). From: Elite Forum, 2nd Volume, collection of speeches delivered on Hong Kong’s Pheonix TV station, on the most up-to-date and burning issues in Chinese economic reforms. Published by the Liao Ning People’s Publisher.
Mar/Apr, 1999 When MNCs Come, Who Changes Whom? With Professors of John Farley of Dartmouth College/China-Europe International Business School and Scott Hoenig of Fordham University GBA. China Business Review (CBR), March/Apirl (1999).
Mar, 1999 Influences on MNC Strategies and performance in China. Advances in Chinese Industrial Studies, Vol. 6, JAI, Spring (1999).
Feb, 1999 The Evolving Face of Chinese Consumers- What Will They Want Next?With Professors of John Farley of Dartmouth College/China-Europe International Business School and Scott Hoenig of Fordham University GBA. Harvard China Review , Winter issue (1999).
Feb, 1999 Human Resource Management Strategies of U.S. and Japanese Firms and their relevance to Chinese companies (in Chinese). Comparative Economic and Social Systems, a leading Chinese research journal on critical issues of economics and business in China, No.2 (1999).