The W. P. Carey DBA faculty are among the leading scholars in their respective fields. They include top faculty members from Arizona State University and other leading business schools including Cornell, MIT, Yale and Texas A&M University.
* Denotes non-W. P. Carey or ASU faculty
Dr. Paul Burik received his Ph.D. in finance from Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. He is currently the professor of practice at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance. He is also a founder of Strategic Asset Management Consulting. Prior to joining SAIF, he was managing director at Commerzbank, Partner, Director of Research at Ennis, Knupp Associates, Senior financial economist at Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and financial economist at Federal Reserve Board. Dr. Burik is an expert in Asset management, wealth management, risk management, strategy, and financial market regulation.
Dr. Chun Chang received his Ph.D. in managerial economics and decision sciences from Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University. He is the executive director of Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance and professor of finance at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He was an associate dean and the holder of ABN AMRO Chair in Risk Management at CEIBS. Professor Chang has taught at Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota for 17 years. He is the first who came out of People’s Republic of China to be a finance professor in an American university. He is also the first scholar to return and work in China on a full time basis after becoming a tenured finance professor in an American university. He was the executive editor of China Economic Review, the leading academic journal on Chinese economy published in English. His current research interests are corporate finance, bank regulation and risk management, and international financial systems. His publications appear in Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Business, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, to name a few. Dr. Chang published the book Corporate Finance for Chinese Entrepreneurs in 2006 and Corporate Finance in 2008. From 2004 to 2009, he was also the executive editor of Chinese Economic Review, the authoritative international academic journal on China’s economy.
Professor Hong Chen was one of the founding faculty members and academic associate dean at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business. He had held visiting positions at China Europe International Business School, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Stanford University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was a Special Term Professor at the School of Economics and Management of Tsinghua University. Professor Chen has published extensively in leading operation management journals including Operations Research, Management Science, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, Production and Operations Management, and Mathematics of Operations Management. He co-authored a book on the fundamentals of queuing network theory. He received the Engineering Initiation Award from NSF (U.S.), Killam Award from UBC and the Faculty Research Excellence Award from UBC Faculty of Commerce. He was the president of INFORMS Society on Applied Probability, and was the associate editor for Management Science, Operations Research and Queuing Systems Theory and Application. In the last few years, he has written many teaching cases on the best practices of the supply chain management in China and articles for Harvard Business Review (China Edition). Dr. Chen provides consulting services for many reputable companies in North America and in Mainland China. He received his Ph.D. in engineering-economic systems from Stanford University.
Professor Buck (Ker-Wei) Pei received his Ph.D. in accounting from University of North Texas in 1986. He is professor of accountancy and executive dean at W. P. Carey School. Professor Pei is also the director of W. P. Carey Executive MBA in Shanghai. Professor Pei currently serves on the Board of Directors of Baosteel Iron & Steel Co., as chairman of the audit committee. Baosteel is a Fortune Global 200 company and is one of the largest steelmaker in the world. Professor Pei also serves on the Board of Directors as Chairman of the nomination committee of Want-Want China Holding - one of the most recognized brands in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. He also served as the chairman of Globalization Committee of the American Accounting Association in 1997 and as the President of Chinese Accounting Professors Association –North America in 1993 and 1994. Professor Pei consults many multinational firms such as Motorola, Intel, Honeywell, Cisco and Bank of America on various projects relating to supply chain management, customer relationship management, business process reengineering, and e-business initiatives. Professor Pei's research interests include strategic cost management, strategic innovations in information technology, supply chain integration, and behavioral decision-making. He has recently published articles in such leading academic journals as Management Science, Decision Sciences, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Accounting, Organization & Society, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, and Journal of Economic Psychology. He has won a number of teaching awards at the W. P. Carey School, including: Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award in 1996, and Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award 1997. He also received a state-wide teaching excellence award - Arizona Teacher of the Year (1998) - from Arizona CPA Foundation for his curriculum innovations in accounting.
Wei Shen joined the W. P. Carey School in 2010 as an associate professor in the Management department. He received his Ph.D. in strategic management from Texas A&M University. Before joining ASU, he served on the faculty of Rutgers Business School, the Warrington College of Business Administration at the University of Florida, and the SKOLKOVO Institute for Emerging Market Studies in Beijing. His research interests are in the areas of strategic leadership, corporate governance, organizational search, and research methodology. His works have been published in Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Journal of Business Research, British Journal of Management, and Organizational Dynamics, and among others. He has served on the editorial boards of three leading journals in his field, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and Strategic Management Journal.
Anne S. Tsui received her Ph.D. from University of California at Los Angeles, and now is Emeritus Motorola Professor of International Management at the W. P. Carey School of Business, and Distinguished Professor at Peking University, as well as Distinguished Visiting Professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Fudan University. Previously she served on the faculties of Duke University and University of California, Irvine, and was the founding department chair of Management at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She was the 14th editor of Academy of Management Journal and founding editor of Management and Organization Review and Chinese Management Insights. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Management and also the founding president of the International Association for Chinese Management Research. She has published seven books, and almost 100 articles and book chapters. Her publications have received a number of awards including the Administrative Science Quarterly Scholarly Contribution Award, the Best Paper in the Academy of Management Journal award, and the Scholarly Achievement Award from the Human Resource Division of the Academy of Management. Her book, Demographic Differences in Organizations: Current Research and Future Direction (1999), co-authored with Barbara Gutek, was one of the three finalists for the 2000 Terry Book Award presented by the Academy of Management. Dr. Tsui is among the most cited researchers in business and economics (1993 to 2003) and in management (1981-2010). Her recent research interests include guanxi networks, employee organization relationships, executive leadership and organizational culture, especially in the Chinese context.
Dr. Sunil Wahal received his Ph.D. from University of North Carolina, and is now the Jack D. Furst Professor of Finance at Arizona State University. Prior to his ASU appointment, Professor Wahal was on the faculty (including area chair) at Goizueta Business School, Emory University, and at the Krannert School of Management, Purdue University. He is a consultant to Dimensional Fund Advisors, an asset management firm with over $200 billion under management. Professor Wahal’s research interests are in trading (market microstructure), delegated portfolio management, and trading strategies. He has published extensively in the leading academic journals such as Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, and Review of Financial Studies.
Professor Jiang Wang received his Ph.D. in Finance from Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania in 1990 and his Ph.D. in Physics in 1985 from the same university. Professor Wang is the Mizuho Financial Group Professor at Solan School of Management of MIT. Professor Wang's teaching and research interests are in security trading, option pricing, derivatives, and stock valuation. He published extensively in the leading academic journals such as Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Review of Economic Studies, and Journal of Political Economy. He is currently an editor for four journals: Journal of Financial Markets, Quantitative Finance, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, and International Review of Finance. Professor Wang also serves as a research associate of National Bureau of Economic Research (U.S.), member of Financial Advisory Roundtable of Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and a member of Financial Advisory Roundtable of NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc.
Dr. Shang-Jin Wei is the Director of the Jerome A. Chazen Institute of International Business, Professor of Finance and Economics, Professor of International Affairs, and N.T. Wang Professor of Chinese Business and Economy at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business and School of International and Public Affairs, and director of the Working Group on the Chinese Economy and Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research (US), and research fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research (Europe). Prior to his Columbia appointment, he was assistant director and chief of the Trade and Investment Division at the International Monetary Fund. He was the IMF’s Chief of Mission to Myanmar (Burma) in 2004. He previously held the positions of associate professor of public policy at Harvard University, the New Century Chair in Trade and International Economics at the Brookings Institution, and advisor at the World Bank. He has been a consultant to numerous government organizations including the U.S. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, United Nations Economic Commission on Europe, and United Nations Development Program, the Asian Development Bank, and to private companies such as PricewaterhouseCoopers. He holds a Ph.D. in economics and M.S. in finance from the University of California, Berkeley.
Dr. Wei’s research covers international finance, trade, macroeconomics, and China, and has been reported in Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek, Time, U.S. News & World Report, The Chicago Tribune, Asian Wall Street Journal, South China Morning Post, and other international news media. He has published widely in world-class academic journals including Journal of Political Economy, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Finance, American Economic Review, Review of Economics and Statistics, Economic Journal, Journal of International Economics, European Economic Review, Canadian Journal of Economics and Journal of Development Economics. He is the author, co-author, or co-editor of several books including China’s Evolving Role in the World Trade (with R. Feenstra, forthcoming University of Chicago Press), The Globalization of the Chinese Economy, (with J. Wen and H. Zhou, Edward Elgar, 2002), Economic Globalization: Finance, Trade and Policy Reforms, (Beijing University Press, 2000), and Regional Trading Blocs in the World Economic System, (J. A. Frankel with E. Stein and S.-J. Wei, Institute for International Economics, 1997).
Ning Zhu received his Ph.D. in finance from Yale University. He is a deputy director and professor of finance at the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, a fellow at the Yale University International Center for Finance, and a special term professor of finance at University of California, Davis and at Guanghua School of Management at Beijing University. Prior to coming back to Asia, he was a tenured professor of finance at University of California. Professor Zhu is an expert on behavioral finance, investments, corporate finance, and the Asian financial markets. He has published numerous articles in leading journals in the finance, economics, management and legal fields. In addition to his academic research, Professor Zhu helps asset management companies in a wide range of capacities. During his leave from the University of California in 2008-2010, he implements his research into practice and leads the quantitative strategies and portfolio advisory teams at Lehman Brothers and Nomura International in Hong Kong, which was top ranked by leading institutional surveys. He also commands extensive consulting experiences advising government agencies, market regulators, stock and futures exchanges, and some of the largest institutional money managers and investment banks in the world.