Professor Zhihong Yi
Professor YI is The Vice-President of Remin University, Professor of Finance Department, and Associate Directorin National Committee of Business Education. Professor Yi focuses her research on Corporate Finance, Capital Market andConsumption Economics, and offers Capital Market to MBA students and Finance to undergraduate students. For herexcellent contribution on teaching, Professor Yi was awarded Excellent Teaching Achievement Award by Beijing Educational Committee in 2008; Fok Ying Tung Education Foundation “Excellent Young Teacher Award for Higher Education School in 2002; and the 7th Beijing Philosophy & Social Science Excellent Research Award in 2002. Professor Yi acts as Independent Board Member, Huaqiaocheng Holding Co. and Independent Board Member, Chongqing Sanxiashuili Co.
Professor Weiping HUANG
Professor HUANG is the professor of Department of International trade in School of Economics, Renmin University of China. He was the Dean of School of Economics, Renmin University of China from 1998 t o2002. He was the senior visiting scholar in School of Business, Harvard University. His research interests are international economics, economic development, international trade and investment, economic reform of China, international political economy. He was awarded the special allowance of the State Council in 1995. He is the member of the Ministry of Education Economics Teaching Guidance Committee
Professor Jiye MAO
Professor MAO is the Dean of RBS, and the tenure professor of the University of Waterloo, Canada; guest scientist for IBM Toronto Lab; participated in design, implement and project management of many e-business/e-administration system, as well as design and evaluation of websites;2008 National Science Fund Project for Outstanding Youth winner; the fifth Beijing Higher Education Excellent Teacher Award winner; instructor for the winner of 2009 Beijing Excellent Doctoral Dissertation. Fields of research:enterprise resource planning, e-business, IT program management and software outsourcing
Professor Kenneth A. KIM
Professor KIM is the Professor of Finance Department in RBS. He obtained his PhD in Finance degree University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI in 1997. He was the Associate Professor of Finance in State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo from 9/2007 to 8/2011. His research Interests are Corporate finance and governance, behavioral finance, Asian financial markets. He has received many teaching awards. The most prestigious is the "Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching" which is given to only about 100 professors teaching in any discipline at public universities and colleges in the state of New York. He received this award in 2008. He has received several research awards. The most recent is from the Korean American Finance Association for his research on Asian financial markets. He received this
Professor Gang LIU
Professor Liu is the chair of the Department of General Management in RBS. He obtained his PhD in Business Administration, School of Graduate, Chinese Academy of Social Science in 2003. His research interests are corporate strategy; culture/Traditional management thoughts;Supply chain management. He is the Member, Board of Directors, China Enterprise Management Research Association He was awarded One of the Ten Excellent Professors in Renmin University of China in 2007.; Special Contribution Award of The 8th China MBA Forum; The 6th Excellent Research Works Award of China Academy of Social Science
Associate Professor Yuncia FENG
Professor Feng is an associate professor of Organization & HRM Department, Business School, Renmin University. Her research interests include organizational culture and managerial communication, especially on comparative organizational culture between Chinese and western countries. Professor Feng achieved her Doctor& Master Degree of Business Administration, Maastricht School of Management, the Netherlands, and taught in Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University, Denmark as a visiting scholar in 2007. As the author of dozens of journal papers, she won the 2nd award of excellent paper issued by Chinese HR Development Association, Beijing in 2004. Ms Feng is Member of IACMR (International Association of Chinese Management Research) and Member of Chinese Soft Science now.
Professor Steven Shuye WANG
Professor Wang is a professor of Department of Finance, School of Business, Renmin University of China. His researches focus on Assets Pricing, Behavioral Finance, China and International Financial Markets and Institutions, Corporate Finance, Derivative Securities. He was award his Doctoral degree in Finance & Management Science (Double Majors), Queen’s University, Canada 1998. His is the Executive Editor-in-Chief, Frontiers of Business Research
Associate Professor Yu ZHOU
Professor ZHOU is the associate professor in the Department of Organization and Human Resources, School of Business, Renmin University of China. His researches focus on Strategic HRM, Performance and Reward Management, Leadership, Industrial Relations, HR Practices in Chinese Context. He is the Membership of Academy of Management(AOM), European Academy of Management (EURAM), International Association for Chinese Management Research(IACMR), Association of International Business (AIB) and Senior member of Chinese Association of Human Resource Development.
Assistant Professor Majid Ghorbani
Professor Ghorbani is the assiatant professor in the Department of General Management, School of Business, Renmin University of China. He was awarded his PhD Degree in Business Administration in International Business in Simon Fraser University. His researches focus on Cross-Cultural Management, International Entrepreneurship, Social and Environmental Responsibility. He worked as the Project Manager in International Centre for Sustainable Cities,Vancouver, Canada.
Associate Professor: Byron LEE
Professor Lee is the assiatant professor in the Department of Organization and Human Resources, School of Business, Renmin University of China. He was awarded his PhD Degree in University of Toronto. His researches focus on Compensation; strategic human resource management; work-life balance; training; industrial relations. His teaching courses include Human Resource Management, Strategic Compensation, Cross-Cultural Business Communication. He is the member of oronto Region Research Data Center Steering Committee, and member of Academy of Management (AOM).
Associate Professor Ziliang deng
Professor Deng is the associate professor in the Department of General Management, School of Business, Renmin University of China. He was awarded his PhD Degree in University of Nottingham. His researches focus on International business strategies, international new ventures. His teaching courses include 1. International Business Strategy (BBA; MBA; PhD, Executive Education) 2. Principles of Management (BBA, Executive Education) 3. Managerial Economics in China (KEDGE-China Program) 4. Management of MNE Affiliates in China (MIB) He is the member of oronto Region Research Data Center Steering Committee, and member of Academy of Management (AOM).