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Peter Buckley,长江学者讲座教授

 

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Qualifications

BA in Social Sciences - Economics, University of York

MA in Development Economics, University of East Anglia

PhD, University of Lancaster

Dr hc (Uppsala))

Experience

Qualifications

BA in Social Sciences - Economics, University of York

PETER J. BUCKLEY (BA (Econ), York; MA, East Anglia; PhD Economics, Lancaster; Dr hc (Uppsala)) is Professor of International Business and Director of the Centre for International Business, University of Leeds, (CIBUL).   He has held visiting Professorships at University of Paris I:  Panthéon-Sorbonne, Faculty of Management and Organization, University of Groningen, The University of Rennes I, Hong Kong City University, BI Oslo, the University of Granada, University of Lancaster and the University of Reading.

He has published 26 books in English in both UK and USA including one in German.  These include The Future of the Multinational Enterprise (1976) (paperback edition, 1991; Japanese edition, 1993; Korean edition, 1995; Anniversary edition, 2002; Chinese edition, 2005) and the Theory of the Multinational Enterprise (1987) based on the 1986 Uppsala Lectures in Business.  His most recent book is Foreign Direct Investment, China and the World Economy (Palgrave 2010).  He also is editor of 17 books, including  Cooperative Forms of Transnational Company Activity in the United Nations Library series, his most recent being What is International Business? (Palgrave 2005).  He was listed in The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES) as one of the most “Successful academic writers” (January 2006).    In addition, he has written over 175 refereed articles on foreign direct investment, the multinational enterprise, international management and the economics of tourism in leading British, US, Japanese and European journals, including 20 articles in the Journal of International Business Studies.  The Social Science Citation Index lists over 1,650 citations of Peter Buckley’s work. Google Scholar lists over 8,500 citations.  He is editor of the Edward Elgar book series “New Horizons in International Business” (60 titles to date), Associate Editor of International Business Review, Consulting Editor of Journal of International Business Studies and on the editorial board of British Journal of Canadian Studies, International Journal of the Economics of Business, Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies and the Asia Pacific Business Review.

He has taught at undergraduate, postgraduate and post-experience levels in Britain and contributed to post-experience courses in the UK, India and elsewhere.  He has taught at various levels in UK, USA, Sweden, Germany, France, Brazil, Singapore, Hong Kong, Norway, Spain, Poland and Japan and given seminars in many countries.  Television and Radio contributions include BBC ‘Business Breakfast’, Chinese TV (including “Dialogue”), Singapore TV, BBC Radio 4 (including “You and Yours”) and BBC World Service.

In 1992 he chaired the Higher Education Funding Council’s (HEFC) research selectivity Panel for Business and Management Studies.   He founded CIBUL, one of the world’s leading research centres in International Business in July 1995.  He has played a major role in establishing Leeds University’s Centre for Chinese Business and Development and was founder Director of the Institute for Research on Contemporary China, both are now constituent parts of the White Rose East Asia Centre (funded by a grant of £4.5m).   Professor Buckley has carried out consultancy assignments for central government, local government, international bodies (including UNCTAD Division on Transnationals and UNIDO) and leading companies.  His current research interests centre on the theory of the multinational firm, knowledge management in multinational firms, the international transfer of technology, the impact of foreign direct investment and foreign direct investment in China, and outward direct investment from emerging countries, particularly China and India.

Peter Buckley was President of the Academy of International Business 2002-4 and served on the Executive Board of Academy of International Business as “Immediate Past President” 2004-6, after being Vice President of the (AIB) (1991-92) and the Chair of its UK Region from 1985 to 1991.  He is currently Chair of the European International Business Academy (2009-2012).  In 1985 he was elected a Fellow of the AIB.  Fellowships are limited to 50 world-wide and are awarded for “outstanding achievements in international business”.  He remains the youngest person to be so elected.  In 1995 he became a Fellow of the British Academy of Management (BAM) in the founding list of Fellows.  He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) in 1995.  He was elected a Fellow of European International Business Academy (EIBA) in 2005. In December 1998 he was awarded an Honorary Professorship at the University of International Economics and Business, Beijing, China. In September 2006 he received the third Viipuri Prize in Strategic Management and Business Economics for his “Outstanding record in the field of International Business research”. He became an Honorary Member of The 48 Group Club in November 2007.   He was named the Booz Allen Hamilton Strategy+Business Eminent Scholar in Management Prize at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California, 11th August, 2008.  On 22nd January 2010 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the Faculty of Economics of the University of Uppsala, Sweden. Cheung Kong Scholar Chair Professor in International Business and Economics (UIBE, Beijing). He has been awarded the Richard Whipp Award (British Academy of Management) "For considerable and sustained contribution to International Business", 2011 and Senior Advisor to World Development Report (UNCTAD) 2011.

Research

The theory of the multinational enterprise, methods of foreign market entry and development, the management of co-operative strategies, theoretical and empirical work on joint ventures and alliances (including specific projects on UK international alliances), knowledge management in multinational firms, transfer pricing in multinational firms, economic integration and the strategy of multinational firms, international takeovers (including cultural aspects of post-merger integration, the impact of globalisation and government policies on multinationals. Specific area interests in China, India, the EU and NAFTA.

Teaching

International Business Strategy, MBA Full-time and Executive

International Business (U/G, Post-Experience)