Rosalie Tung

Ming and Stella Wong Professor, 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 Room: WMC 3343
Burnaby Phone: 778.782.3083

Email Address: tung@sfu.ca

Personal Website: http://www.sfu.ca/~tung

Curriculum Vitae: View

Biography

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 Nationsí 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

Selected Publications

Articles and Reports

Rosalie L. Tung

Requisite to and ways of developing a global mind-set: Implications for research on leadership and organizations

2014 | Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. 21(4): 329-337

Masud Chand; Rosalie L. Tung

Bicultural identity and economic engagement: An exploratory study of the Indian diaspora in North America

2014 | Asia Pacific Journal of Management. 31(3): 763-788

Rosalie L. Tung; Chris M. Baumann; Hamin Hamin

Cross cultural management of money: The roles of ethnicity, religious affiliation, and income levels in asset allocation

2014 | International Journal of Cross-cultural Management. 14(1): 85-104

Abby Ghobadian; Alan M. Rugman; Rosalie L. Tung

Strategies for firm globalization and regionalization

2014 | British Journal of Management. 25: S1-S5

Hamin Hamin; Chris Baumann; Rosalie L. Tung

Attenuating double jeopardy of negative country of origin effects and latecomer brand: An application study of ethnocentrism in emerging markets

2014 | Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics. 26(1): 54-77

Nealia Bruning; Rosalie L. Tung

Leadership development and global talent management in the Asian context: An introduction

2013 | Asian Business & Management. 12(4): 381-386

Rosalie L. Tung; Yongsun Paik; Johngseok Bae

Korean human resource management in the global context

2013 | International Journal of Human Resource Management. 24(5): 905-921

Hyeong-Deug Kim; Rosalie L. Tung

Opportunities and challenges for expatriates in emerging markets: an exploratory study of Korean expatriates in India

2013 | International Journal of Human Resource Management. 24(5): 1029-1050

Henry F. Chung; Rosalie L. Tung

Immigrant social networks and foreign entry: Australia and New Zealand firms in the European union and greater China

2013 | International Business Review. 22(1): 18-31

Rosalie L. Tung; Rana Haq

International assignments to/from India: Do race and gender matter?

2012 | International Journal of Human Resource Management. 23(2): 221-235

Chris M. Baumann; Hamin Hamin; Rosalie L. Tung

Share of wallet in retail banking: A comparison of Caucasians in Canada and Australia vis-à-vis Chinese in China and overseas Chinese

2012 | International Journal of Bank Marketing. 30(2): 88-101

Chris M. Baumann; Rosalie L. Tung; Hamin Hamin

Jade will never become a work of art without being carved: Western versus Chinese attitudes toward discipline in education and society

2012 | Virginia Review of Asian Studies. 10(1): 1-17

Masud Chand; Rosalie L. Tung

Global competitiveness, consumer choice and 'country-of-origin' effect: An exploratory East-West study

2011 | Asia Pacific Business Review. 17(3): 265-280

Julian Birkinshaw; Mary Y. Brannen; Rosalie L. Tung

From a distance and generalizable to up close and grounded: Reclaiming a place for qualitative methods in international business research

2011 | Journal of International Business Studies. 42(5): 573-581

Masud Chand; Rosalie L. Tung

Diaspora as the boundary-spanners: The role of trust in business facilitation

2011 | Journal of Trust Research. 1(1): 104-126

Peter Enderwick; Rosalie L. Tung; Henry F. Chung

Immigrant effects and international business activity: An overview

2011 | Journal of Asia Business Studies. 5(1): 6-22

Rosalie L. Tung; Alain Verbeke

Beyond Hofstede and Globe: Improving the quality of cross-cultural research

2010 | Journal of International Business Studies. 41(8): 1259-1274

Rosalie L. Tung; Henry F. Chung

Diaspora and trade facilitation: The case of ethnic Chinese in Australia

2010 | Asia Pacific Journal of Management. 27(3): 371-392

Rosalie L. Tung; Chris M. Baumann

Comparing the attitudes toward money, material possessions and savings of overseas Chinese vis-a-vis Chinese in China: Convergence, divergence or cross-vergence, vis-a-vis 'one size fits all' human resource management policies and practices

2009 | International Journal of Human Resource Management. 20(11): 2382-2401

Daniel Bello; Kwok Leung; Lee Radebaugh; Rosalie L. Tung; Arjan van Witteloostuijn

From the editors: Student samples in international business research

2009 | Journal of International Business Studies. 40: 361-364

Rosalie L. Tung

Cross-cultural research diary: A personal odyssey

2009 | European Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management. 1(1): 9-13

Rosalie L. Tung; Zeynep Aycan

Key success factors and indigenous management practices in SMEs in emerging economies

2008 | Journal of World Business. 43(4): 381-384

Rosalie L. Tung

Brain circulation, diaspora, and international competitiveness

2008 | European Management Journal. 26(5): 298-304

Rosalie L. Tung

Human capital or talent flows: Implications for future directions in research on Asia Pacific

2008 | Asia Pacific Business Review. 14(4): 469-472

Tony Fang; Verner Worm; Rosalie L. Tung

Changing success and failure factors in business negotiations with the PRC

2008 | International Business Review. 17(2): 159-169

Rosalie L. Tung; Verner Worm; Susan A. Petersen

How small nations fare in the global war on talent: The case of Denmark

2008 | Journal of Small Business Strategy. 19(1): 1-15

Rosalie L. Tung; Arjen van Witteloostuijn

What makes a study sufficiently international?

2008 | Journal of International Business Studies. 39(2): 180-183

Rosalie L. Tung

Do race and gender matter in international assignments to/from Asia Pacific? An exploratory study of attitudes among Chinese and Korean executives

2008 | Human Resource Management. 47(1): 91-110

Rosalie L. Tung

The cross-cultural research imperitive: The need to balance cross-national vis-a-vis intra-national diversity

2008 | Journal of International Business Studies. 39(1): 41-46

Rosalie L. Tung; Verner Worm; Tong Fang

Sino-Western business negotiations revisited - 30 years after China's open door policy

2008 | Organizational Dynamics. 37(1): 60-74

Yadong Luo; Rosalie L. Tung

International expansion of emerging market enterprises: A springboard perspective

2007 | Journal of International Business Studies. 38(4): 481-498

Rosalie L. Tung

The human resource challenge to outward foreign direct investment aspirations from emerging economies: The case of China

2007 | International Journal of Human Resource Management. 18(5): 868-889

Majid Ghorbani; Rosalie L. Tung

Behind the veil: An exploratory study of the myths and realities of women in the Iranian workforce

2007 | Human Resource Management Journal. 7(4): 376-392

Stephen J. Havlovic; Rosalie L. Tung

Transforming state organizations to survive in competitive markets: Lessons from Poland

2007 | European Union Review of Organizing. (January 2007)

Rosalie L. Tung; Mila B. Lazarova

Brain drain versus brain gain: An exploratory study of ex-host country nationals in Central and Eastern Europe

2006 | International Journal of Human Resource Management. 17(11): 1853-1872

Rosalie L. Tung

Female expatriates: A model for global leaders

2004 | Organizational Dynamics. 33(2): 243

Günter K. Stahl; Edwin L. Miller; Rosalie L. Tung

Toward the boundaryless career: A closer look at the expatriate career concept and the perceived implications of an international assignment

2002 | Journal of World Business. 37(3): 216-227

Rosalie L. Tung

Building effective networks

2002 | Journal of Management Inquiry. 11(2): 94-101

Rosalie L. Tung

The rise of Asia: Opportunities and challenges for British Columbia

2009 | BC Business Council.

Books, Book Chapters and Monographs

Rosalie L. Tung; Harukiyo Hasegawa; Carlos Noronha

Human resource management in Asia

2014 | Asian Business and Management. 2nd edition. 75-96

Hemant Merchant; Rosalie L. Tung; Alain Verbeke

The tenuous link between cultural distance and international strategy: navigating the assumptions of cross-cultural research

2012 | Handbook of research on international strategic management. Chapter 16: 310-327

Rosalie L. Tung; Malcolm Warner; Chris M. Baumann

Comparing the attitudes toward money, material possessions and savings of overseas Chinese vis-a-vis Chinese in China: Convergence, divergence or cross-vergence, vis-a-vis 'one size fits all' human resource management policies and practices

2010 | “Making Sense” of Human Resource Management in China. Chapter 11: 214-233

J. R. Baum; Rosalie L. Tung; Jan Walls; Robert A. Baron; Michael Frese

Cross-cultural entrepreneurship: The case of China

2007 | The psychology of entrepreneurship. 265-286

Rosalie L. Tung

International encyclopedia of business and management: Handbook of international business

2001

Teaching Related Material

Rosalie L. Tung; Peter B. Smith; Arup Varma; Mark F. Peterson; David C. Thomas

Expatriate selection and evaluation

2008 | Book, Textbook - New | Handbook of cross-cultural management research. Chapter 22: 367-377

Rosalie L. Tung; Daved Barry; Snejina Michailova; Hans Hansen

Musings on current state of international management research

2008 | Book Chapter, Textbook - New | New approaches in management and organization. Chapter 30: 180-181

Rosalie L. Tung

Learning from world class companies

2001 | Book Chapter, Textbook - New

Powered by TRACS | Edit Your Profile