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Professor Doug Guthrie

Pressmeddelande   •   Jan 05, 2010 14:15 CET

Professor Doug Guthrie, Professor of Management - NYU-Stern School of Business and Executive Academic Director - Berlin School of Creative Leadership

Professor Doug Guthrie, Professor of Management - NYU-Stern School of Business and Executive Academic Director - Berlin School of Creative Leadership

Professor Guthrie’s areas of expertise lie in the fields of management, leadership, corporate governance, and economic reform in China. Recent work in these areas include Dragon in a Three-Piece Suit: The Emergence of Capitalism in China (Princeton University Press), “The State, Courts, and Maternity Leave Policies in U.S. Organizations” (American Sociological Review), “The Rise of Female CEOs in U.S. Organizations” (Social Forces), Social Connections in China: Institutions, Culture, and the Changing Nature of Guanxi (Cambridge University Press), “Organizational Learning and Productivity: The Rise of the Chinese Corporation” (Management and Organization Review), “Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Welfare in Urban Renewal” (Stanford Social Innovation Review), “Privatization and the Social Contract: Corporate Welfare and Low-Income Housing in the United States since 1986” (Research in Political Sociology), China and Globalization: The Social, Economic, and Political Transformation of Chinese Society (Routledge), Politics and Partnerships: The Transformation of the Nonprofit Sector in the Era of the Declining Welfare State (University of Chicago Press, forthcoming) and China’s Radical Transformation: Economic Reform, Global Integration, and Political Change in the World's Largest Nation (Polity, forthcoming).

His research has been funded by the Ford Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and the Social Science Research Council. He has also served as the Director of the Business Institutions Initiative and the Program on the Corporation as a Social Institution at the Social Science Research Council.

Professor Guthrie has also taught at Harvard Business School, INSEAD and the Graduate Schools of Business at Stanford University, Columbia University and Emory University. He received his BA degree in Chinese Literature from the University of Chicago and his Ph.D. in Organizational Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley.

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