Professor Nai-fu Chen is an Advisory Editor of the International Review of Finance and a Professor of Finance at the University of California, Irvine. He started his academic career at the University of Chicago after receiving his PhD from UCLA. In 1990, he was seconded to the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology to build the business school for the new university. His main research interests include the relation between stock market returns and macroeconomic factors, risk and returns of value stocks, hedge fund strategies, international currency and financial system stabilities. Based on the Social Science Citation Index on research impact, he was ranked as one of the top 100 finance professors in the world.
Professor Cheung is President-Elect of the International Testing Commission and a member on the Board of Directors of the International Association of Applied Psychology. Her publications cover over 170 international refereed journal articles, book chapters, edited books, book reviews and monographs. She has served on the editorial board of six international journals/book series. Her recent books on gender issues include Halpern & Cheung (2008) Women at the Top: Powerful Leaders Tell us How to Combine Work and Family (Wiley-Blackwell) and Cheung & Holroyd (Eds.) (2009) Mainstreaming Gender in Hong Kong Society (Chinese University Press). She is one of the co-editors of the IAAP Handbook of Applied Psychology by Wiley-Blackwell. Professor Cheung is the editor in chief of Asian Journal of Social Psychology.
Stuart Christie is Professor in the Department of English Language and Literature at
Ting Guo contributes to language teaching in Chinese and Translation Studies. She received her PhD in Translation Studies. Her topic concerned the role of translators and interpreters in the context of wars and political crises in China. After the completion of her PhD, Ting worked as an Associate Research Fellow on the ‘Global Circulation Project’ at Exeter University and joined the Asian Studies programme at University of Edinburgh in 2010.
Professor Xiaoming Feng is Managing Editor of China & World Economy from the Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. She gained her Masters Degree in Economics in 2000 from Beijing University. From 1993 to 1995 she worked as an Investment Consultant for the Oriental Patron Group, Hong Kong.
Professor Eric W.K. Tsang
Professor Tsang received his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge. Before joining academia, he worked as corporate banker at HSBC in Hong Kong. He is the Dallas World Salute Distinguished Professor of Global Strategy at the Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas. His main research interests include organizational learning, strategic alliances, foreign direct investment, research methodology, and Chinese management issues. He has published widely in leading business journals, such as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Marketing Science, MIS Quarterly, and Strategic Management Journal. He is or has been an editorial review board member of major journals, such as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and Journal of International Business Studies. He is Senior Editor of Management and Organization Review. His publications have been well cited by fellow researchers. For example, his article titled “Social Capital, Networks, and Knowledge Transfer” is the most cited paper among those published in the entire 2005 volume of Academy of Management Review.
Zhang Xiaohong，is Professor of Institute of Chinese Historical Geography, Fudan University, Shanghai, China. She was a Visiting Scholar at Harvard-Yenching Institute, U.S.A 2002-2003.
In recent study of urban historical geography, she applied the latest theories and research methods to Review the Urban Spatial Patterns in Historical China and under the fund of National Natural Science Foundation project "Shanghai Urban Activity Space Research (1843-1949) " (40771056), she performed a systematic research on Shanghai`s social space after the Opening.
Her other research direction is to study the history and culture phenomenon in Northwest China and its environmental effects. After the National Social Science Fund Project "Relationship between Popular Religion and Natural Environment in Northwestern China during the Historical Period " and National Natural Science Foundation project "Relationship between Social Customs and Environmental Effects in Northwestern China during 14-19 Century "(40711090), etc.
She is currently giving graduate courses such as " Urban Historical geography"," Chinese History of Cartography", "Introduction to Historical Geography in China".
Professor Kan Zhang is the director of the the institute of psychology, CAS, since 1982. He is a Professor of Psychology. His research focused on attention and human performance, situation awareness, driving and various issues in HCI.
Professor Zhang is currently a professor of organization management, and the director of the Behavioural Science Laboratory at Guangha School of Management, Peking University. He obtained his Ph.D degree in social psychology from the University of Hong Kong.
His research interests include negotiation and conflict management, team process, and Chinese leadership. His papers have been published in many top journals. He currently serves on the editorial board of Management and Organization Review (MOR), Negotiation and Conflict Management Research (USA) and Acta Psychologica Sinca (China), and is the senior editor of MOR, an advisory editor of Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies (Taiwan). Multiple understanding Chinese firms from multiple perspectives edited by Zhi-Xue Zhang and Jianjun Zhang was published by Peking University Press in 2010. Professor Zhang is Associate Editor of Management and Organisation Review.