College Park, Md. Sept. 13, 2007 - The University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business today announced 16 outstanding faculty members have joined the school from leading universities to start the 2007-2008 academic year.
Management & Organization
Anil Gupta, the Michael D. Dingman Chair in Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, recently gave a talk on Indo-China relations as part of the Breakfast at the Asia Society India Centre series in Mumbai.
The Smith School's Anil Gupta, Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Global Strategy and Entrepreneurship, is featured prominently in a multichannel media report on how firms can develop successful business strategies for China and India. A full-page newspaper article, coauthored by Gupta and Smith School MBA alumnus Haiyan Wang, was published April 28, 2007 in the Wall Street Journal as part of its Business Insight report, which also includes video and audio interviews as well as an online discussion.
For more than 20 years, the Smith School has been honoring and rewarding outstanding faculty members, instructors and PhD students for their teaching excellence.
The Sanity Behind Tesla’s Giveaway of Patented Technology
Faculty experts in the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business are available to expand on comments, below, regarding Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk announcing his company will open its patented technology to competitors and European Union regulators investigating whether such major firms as Apple and Starbucks are violating EU tax law.
Elijah began the program in Fall 2011. His research interests include follower's power dependendence and status competition, creativity, and organizational change from the bottom-up.
Elad began the program in Fall 2011. His research interests include feedback and learning processes, interpersonal processes and perceptions of justice in professional environments, interpersonal conflict in teams and emotional intelligence and emotional regulation.
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