Meet the Faculty
Arizona State University boasts one of the finest business schools in the United States. We understand that the quality of anuy degree is only as good as the faculty that teach and design the courses and curricula.
The W. P. Carey School of Business faculty are highly regarded and acknowledged globally as influential researchers and consultants. They actively teach in all programs offered in the business school. Our faculty members hold worldwide recognition as researchers in their fields and extensive ties to the business community.
In addition to publishing in top-tier, internationally recognized academic journals, many faculty members have written widely adopted textbooks or contributed to professional books.
For more information about our W. P. Carey faculty work, consult knowWPCarey , a biweekly online resource that offers the latest business insights, information, and research from a variety of sources. The site includes analysis of business trends, interviews with industry leaders and W. P. Carey faculty, articles based on recent business research, book reviews, conference and seminar reports, and links to Web sites.
Sample Faculty Profiles
More than 50 faculty members teach core business courses and elective classes in the W. P. Carey Professional MBA. Learn more about some of our featured faculty members.
Suzanne Peterson joined the W. P. Carey School in 2005, and earned her MBA and Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska. Her research interests include CEO leadership behavior and influence, Positive Organizational Behavior (POB), neuropsychological origins of leadership, stress and performance in a leadership context, and authentic leadership. Dr. Peterson currently serves on the editorial review boards of Journal of Organizational Behavior and Leadership Quarterly.
Mark Simonson received his Ph.D. in finance with a minor focus in econometrics from the University of Oregon. His current research focuses on M&A advisor’s valuations, the junk bond market, investment banking, and the characteristics of earnings estimates made by security analysts. Dr. Simonson teaches courses on managerial finance, mergers and acquisitions, and global financial management.
Yimin Wang received his Ph.D. in Operations, Technology & Innovation Management from University of North Carolina. Dr. Wang's current research interests focus on supply chain risk management and global operations management, and he is a member of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), The Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society (MSOM), and The Production and Operations Management Society (POMS).