Dr. Ian Gladding

Professor, Business Administration

Expertise:
International business, specifically China, Europe, Japan

Credentials:
1973 B.A., University of Iowa
1976 M.I.M., American Graduate School of International Management
1997 Ph.D., University of Hawaii at Manoa


Presentations:
Latino Business Association of Joliet at Harris Bank entitled, “Survival Skills and Strategies for Small Business in a Recessionary Economy.”

Faculty development workshop entitled,” Embracing Diversity to Enhance Critical Thinking.”

“Competitive Advantage of German Renewable Energy Firms in India and China: An Empirical Study Based on Porter’s Diamond” for the Academy of International Business 2010 conference held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Publications:

Reviewed the manuscript, “Saudization Policy: A Framework for Implementation Process in Service Industry” for the journal International Management Review.

Reviewed the manuscript, “Collateral Damage: The Impact of the United States ‘War on Drugs’ Policies on the Economies of Latin the Caribbean Region” for the Academy of International Business Annual conference.

Reviewed the manuscript, “The Effects of Regulation and Public Policy on the National Technology Capabilities across Countries: An Empirical Study” for the Academy of International Business Annual conference.

Reviewed the manuscript, “Ethanol Industry Emergence in an International Context: Biofuels from Renewable Resources” for the Academy of International Business Annual conference.

 

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