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，
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、
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.