房晓辉(TONY FANG)博士 将在8月15日的可持续发展论坛做精彩演讲

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北欧可持续创新模式及对中国及中国公司发展的启示

斯德哥尔摩大学商学院 房晓辉教授

房晓辉(TONY FANG)博士 是 斯德哥尔摩商学院 教授、斯德哥尔摩孔子商务论坛 联席主席 ,房晓辉 1984 年和 1987 年分别获得上海交通大学船舶及海洋工程专业的学士和硕士学位,1999 年获瑞典林雪平大学经济管理系工业市场学的博士学位。

房晓辉是跨文化管理领域全世界最著名的学者之一,他的学术专著《中国商务谈判风格》 以及他近年发表的阴阳文化论和他对西方跨文化研究主流范式独到的批评受到国际学术界的高度关注。其研究兴趣包括:全球化时代的跨文化管理、中国文化及管理风格、北欧文化及管理风格、国际商务谈判、跨文化领导力和沟通、社会文化及社会核心价值观等等。房晓辉 教授 是《国际跨文化管理杂志》 的联合主编 ( CO-EDITOR ) 及《国际商务评论》 的主要编委 。

房晓辉 教授长期以来致力于推动中国与北欧全方位深层次的交流与合作。 房晓辉 教授 与北京大学光华管理学院、上海交通大学安泰经济管理学院、中山大学岭南学院以及中国科学院大学研究生院在高层管理培训和研究方面有密切的合作,其授课获得广泛好评。
房晓辉 教授经常接受中国和北欧主流媒体的采访。他的有关文章和访谈经常在瑞典重要媒体刊登或播出,在瑞典主流社会具有相当的影响。 房晓辉 教授撰写 的“北欧中国研究博客”经常被推荐到新浪网博客首页。
房晓辉教授代表大学每年接待许多来自中国的政府、企业及及民间的代表团,并多次受到中国最高领导人的接见。房晓辉 教授每年都为 广东省政府(自 2008 年以来)派往瑞典的公务员瑞典研究班悉心授课,并亲自带队实地考察学习,深受学员们的尊敬。

Nordic sustainable innovation model and its implications for China and Chinese firms
Professor TONY FANG, Stockholm Business School at Stockholm University

Tony Fang’s CV
Tony Fang (PhD, 1999, Linköping University) is Professor of Business Administration at Stockholm Business School . He is also Co-Chair of the Stockholm Confucius Business Forum at at Stockholm University. Tony Fang specializes in culture in globalization, cross-cultural management, intercultural leadership, intercultural communication, Chinese business studies, Chinese political science, and Nordic culture and management style, etc. Tony Fang is the author of the books ”Chinese Business Negotiating Style” (Thousand Oaks: SAGE) and ”Att göra affärer i dagens Kina” (Stockholm: SNS).

Tony Fang worked earlier as Assistant Professor and Director of International Graduate Program (IGP) in the Institute of International Business (IIB), Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). He was Visiting Scholar in the Political Science Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT; Host Professor: Lucian W. Pye).

Professor Ton Fang is currently leading a team of researchers from more than 30 countries to conduct the project called “Yin Yang: A New Perspective on Culture”. The purpose of the project is to adopt the Yin Yang (holistic, dynamic, and dialectical) paradigm to understand the dynamics of culture and management behaviour in the age of globalization.

Tony Fang was earlier trained in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering with his MSc and BSc degrees received from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China (1987, 1984).  Prior to becoming an academic, Tony Fang worked as Shipbuilding Technical Superintendent and Ship Investment Manager for both Chinese (1987-1991) and Scandinavian (1993-1995) shipping companies. He also worked as a seaman (chief engineer assistant) working onboard large multipurpose cargo container vessel trading from China to Europe and vice versa.

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