Rosalie L. Tung
Professor, The Ming and Stella Wong Professor of International Business
Ph.D., MBA (UBC); BA (York); Ming & Stella Wong Professor of International Business, FRS(C), Fellow of the Academy of Management, Fellow of the Academy of International Business, Fellow of the British Academy of Management,
Burnaby Phone: 778-782-3083
Burnaby Office: WMC 3343
Dr. Rosalie L.Tung recently completed a five-year stint as vice-president, president and past president of the Academy Management (2000-2005). A Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the Academy of Management, and the Academy of International Business, she also won the 1998 Vancouver YWCA Woman of the Year award in Management, the Professions and Trades; in 1997 she won the American Society for Advanced Global Competitiveness Research Award.
Rosalie joined the Beedie School of Business in 1991 after serving on the faculties of a number of American universities, including a Wisconsin Distinguished Professorship with the University of Wisconsin System and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She has been a visiting professor at universities around the world, including Harvard, and has served on the United Nations’ Task Force on Human Resource Management. Rosalie is also involved in management development and consulting activities around the world.
Rosalie has published widely on the subjects of international management and organizational theory and is the author or editor of 11 books.
In her spare time, Rosalie enjoys Chinese brush painting and meditation.
Specialization and Research Interests
Comparative and Cross-cultural Management, Strategies for International Business, International Human Resources Management, Asia-Pacific Business, International Business Negotiations
Tung, R.L. (Ed). Learning from World Class Companies. London, U.K.: Thomson Learning, 2001.
Tung, R.L. “Female Expatriates: A Model for Global Leaders”, Organizational Dynamics, Vol.33,No.3 (2004).
Stahl, G.K., Miller, E.L., and Tung, R.L. “Toward the Boundaryless Career: A Closer Look at the Expatriate Career Concept and the Perceived Implications of an International Assignment”, Journal of World Business, Vol.37, No.3 (2002), pp.1-12.
Tung, R.L. “Building Effective Networks”, Journal of Management Inquiry, Vol.11,No.2 (2002),pp.94-101.
Tung, R.L. (Ed.). International Encyclopedia of Business and Management: Handbook of International Business. London, U.K.: International Thomson Press, 2001.
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