Today, Sunday Aug. 5, Academy of Management President Anne S. Tsui speaks at the 2012 AoM Annual Meeting Presidential Address and Awards Ceremony, from 9:00am – 11:00am in the Sheraton Boston Hotel’s Grand Ballroom.
Read her article co-authored with Amy Y. Ou of the National University of Singapore and Luisa Varriale of the University of Naples Parthenope, “International Collaboration for Academic Publication: Implications From the Resource-Based View and Transaction Cost Theory,” published in the August 2012 issue of Group & Organization Management.
Anne S. Tsui is the Motorola Professor of International Management at the W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University and a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Peking University, Xi’an Jiaotung University, and Fudan University in China. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles, and has held faculty positions at Duke University, University of California, Irvine, and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She has served as Representative at Large of the Executive Committees of the OMT Division and of the OB Division, a member the Academy Board of Governors, the 14th Editor of the Academy of Management Journal, and was elected a Fellow of the Academy in 1997.
Beyond the Academy, she spearheaded the founding of the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR) in 2002 with a mission to advance management research in and on China. In conjunction with IACMR and its missions, she established the journal Management and Organization Review, dedicated to publishing research on Chinese management. Her research interests include management and leadership effectiveness, employee-organizational relationship, demographic diversity, and social networks in the Chinese context. She is a recipient of the 1998 ASQ Scholarly Contribution Award, the 1998 AMJ Best Paper Award, and the Scholarly Achievement Award from the Human Resource Division of the Academy.
Her book with Barbara Gutek, Demographic Differences in Organizations: Current Research and Future Directions (1999), was a finalist for the 2000 Terry Book Award. Dr. Tsui is among the top 100 most cited researchers in business, economics and management and winner of the 2008 Center for Creative Leadership Walter F. Ulmer, Jr. Applied Leadership Research Award.