Anne Tsui

Emeritus Professor
Emeritus Professor


Anne S. Tsui ( is Motorola
Professor of International Management at the W.P. Carey School of
Business, Arizona State University, and Distinguished Visiting or
Honorary Professor at the Peking University, Xi’an Jiao Tong
University, Fudan University and Nanjing University, all in
China.  Prior to ASU, she was on the faculty of Duke University,
the University of California, Irvine, and the Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology where she was the Founding Chair of the
Department of Management.  In 2002, she founded the International
Association for Chinese Management Research ( and Management and
Organization Review
, a journal dedicated to Chinese Management
research, and for which she has been serving as Editor-in-Chief since
2003.  From 1996 to 1999, she was the 14th Editor of the
Academy of Management
Journal, and became a Fellow of the Academy of Management in
1997.  She is an elected officer of the Academy of Management and
will be its President in 2011 to 2012.  Her publications have won
the Administrative Science Quarterly Scholarly Contribution
Award, the Best Paper in the Academy of Management Journal
Award, the Outstanding Publication in Organizational Behavior
Award from the Organizational Behavior Division 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
co-authored with Barbara Gutek, was one of the three finalists for the
2000 Terry Book Award, Academy of Management.  She is the
recipient the Center for Creative Leadership's 2008 Walter F. Ulmer,
Jr. Applied Research Leadership Award. Dr. Tsui is 87th
(among 778) most cited researcher in business and economics (1993 to
2003), 21st of the top 100 most cited management scholars
in 1981 to 2001, and 49th of 150 most-cited authors among
25,000 management authors in 30 management journals in the years 1981
to 2004.  


Summer 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
DBA 721Seminar: Research in Action I