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George T. Haley

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The first author of The Chinese Tao of Business, George T. Haley (Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin), is a tenured, full Professor of Industrial Marketing at the University of New Haven where he teaches in  graduate and executive programs.  He is also the founding Director of the Center for International Industry Competitiveness. He has taught on the faculties of other top universities, including the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (Monterrey, Mexico),  National University of Singapore (Singapore), Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia), Thammasat University (Bangkok, Thailand) and Harvard University  (Cambridge, USA). He has also presented seminars to academics, managers and government policy makers in Vietnam, Thailand, India, Singapore, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand. 

A frequent public speaker for corporate executives and government policy makers worldwide, and an award-winning author, George has over 100 books, book chapters, articles, research reports and presentations on Asian business and emerging markets.  He also wrote New Asian Emperors: The Overseas Chinese, their Strategies and Competitive Advantages (with Chin Tiong Tan and Usha Haley), the top-selling book on Asian business strategies worldwide in 1999, also referred to as “an important study” by the Economist; and New Asian Emperors: The Business Strategies of the Overseas Chinese (with Chin Tiong Tan and Usha Haley) profiled in BusinessWeek and other major media outlets.

An expert on emerging and industrial markets, including the historical, cultural and legal environments in which Chinese business strategy is formulated, George consults with several multinational companies and governments in Asia, Australia, Latin America and the USA.  His expertise includes strategic forecasting, branding, and the management and auditing of technology and intellectual property in emerging markets. He brought this knowledge of Chinese and Western strategy into play in his interviews for The Chinese Tao of Business with major Chinese business leaders, such as Li Ka-shing, (Chairman and CEO of Hutchison-Whampoa), Pan Shi Yi (Chairman and CEO of SOHO Development, China) and Western business leaders, such as Elmar Stachels (Managing Director of Bayer China). He created and developed the ARM (Adaptive-Action Road Map) for strategic success in emerging markets that is included in The Chinese Tao of Business.  

He is on the Review and Advisory boards of several US and European journals including International Marketing Review, Industrial Marketing Management , Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, and Marketing Intelligence & Planning, and is a member of the Review Board of the Journal of Management Development, where he lends his expertise on Asian and other emerging economies.  Additionally, he has guest edited several journal special issues on business in emerging economies and on Internet-Based B2B Marketing.  He also currently serves on two corporate and governmental boards.

He has presented on his research to various government agencies including the National Intelligence Council/CIA and the United States International Trade Commission.  In May 2007, he testified before the Congressionally-mandated US-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) on the extent of the government's control of China's economy. In March 2009. he testified again before the USCC on China's strategic and pillar industries.

George’s research is regularly profiled in the media including the Economist, the Financial Times, USA Today, Time Magazine, CNN, the Wall Street Journal, The Lou Dobbs Show on CNN, Fortune, Forbes, the Los Angeles Times,the Christian Science Monitor, the Wall Street Journal Asia, Voice of America,  the Far Eastern Economic Review, Marketing News, Advertising Age, Selling Power, Industry Week, Investor's Business Daily, Inc, Business Week, Chief Executive, CMO Magazine, Entrepreneur, EE Times, China Business Weekly, Shanghai Business Review and China Daily. Please see some additional media coverage of George's research on Asian and Emerging Markets here and here. Read an October 2010 "Thought Leader" interview in IndustryWeek with George.

In November 2009, the American Marketing Association's Marketing News listed him as one of six Marketing "academics to watch" on the basis of research, teaching and broader impact.  In August 2010 he was chosen by as an "American Made Hero". He is listed in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in the World.

Please contact him through email or TEL/FAX 212-208-2468.  

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