A Diverse Faculty

Team Effectiveness, The Psychology of Pay, Organizational Turnover, and Person-Environment Congruence Issues

SHAW Jason D.

BS, MBA, PhD
Yeung Kin Man Professor in Business Administration
Head and Chair Professor of Management, Department of Management and Marketing
Director of Centre for Leadership & Innovation
 

Research Interests: Team Effectiveness, The Psychology of Pay, Organizational Turnover, and Person-Environment Congruence Issues

 "The inter-disciplinary curriculum of the PolyU CBS programme is a distinguishing feature. By and large, we tend to view people, organizations, and cultures through a lens of our choice; these are shaped by our training, education, background, and experience. In this programme, the focus is always on greater China, but the lens changes frequently. This allows students to see old challenges in new ways and to tackle new challenges with the knowledge of appreciation of many different perspectives."

GORN Gerald

MSc, PhD
Associate Dean (Research and Postgraduate Studies), Faculty of Business
Chair Professor of Marketing, Department of Management and Marketing
 

Research Interests: Consumer Inferences and Attitudes, Sensory Marketing, Social Marketing

 "How business is done in a country is best understood by understanding both how it is practiced and the context within which it operates. The CBS programme brings the two together in a synergistic fashion: knowledge of China business practices and an understanding of the background environment in which businesses operate in China."

Foreign Financial Institutions in China, Money Markets and Monetary Policy in China, RMB Internationalization

LEUNG Man-kwong

BA(Hons), MSocSc, PhD
Associate Dean (Academic Support), Faculty of Business
Associate Professor, School of Accounting and Finance 
 

Research Interests: Financial Intermediation, International Economics and Development Economics, International Accounting and Finance

 "This programme equips students with different frameworks and perspectives for understanding the process of changes in the Chinese economy. This training, together with the relevant knowledge acquired, helps to better prepare them for a career relating to China business in both China and an international business environment."

History and thought of late imperial China, in particular, the intellectual, social and political aspects of the Ming dynasty (1368 - 1644), Neo-Confucianism and classic texts of statecraft from the 11th to 19th centuries

CHU Hung-lam

PhD
Dean, Faculty of Humanities
Cally Kwong Mei Wan Professor in Culture and Art
Chair Professor of Chinese Culture 
Chang Jiang Scholars Chair Professor of Ancient Chinese History
Director, Confucius Institute of Hong Kong
 

Research Interests: History and thought of late imperial China, in particular, the intellectual, social and political aspects of the Ming dynasty (1368 - 1644), Neo-Confucianism and classic texts of statecraft from the 11th to 19th centuries 

 "Doing successful business is winning the mind-and-heart of customers and the society they live in. Knowing their language and values, ways of living and thinking, aesthetic expressions, views of other peoples – is a must for the winner. The Chinese Culture subjects the programme offers help students know better these elements of success."

Personality and Interpersonal Processes in Organizational Life; Organizational Culture; Cross-cultural Management

BOND Michael Harris

BA, PhD
Visiting Chair Professor, Department of Management and Marketing 
 

Research Interests: Personality and Interpersonal Processes in Organizational Life; Organizational Culture; Cross-cultural Management 

 "The Master's programme of CBS offers a rich diversity of courses yielding a broad and sympathetic appreciation of the Chinese cultural and individual heritage. It is geared to provide students with a personal understanding about what it means to be Chinese in a multi-cultural world of increasing interdependencies and common destiny. The CBS programme will enskill students to better manage themselves and others amidst this intersecting diversity."

Dr Lu Haitian

LU Haitian

LL.B, LL.M, Ph. D
Associate Professor, School of Accounting and Finance
 

Research Interests: Corporate Disclosure, Entrepreneurial Finance and Fintech, Law, Regulation, and Policy, Market Efficiency

 "China business is ubiquitous. This one-year, inter-disciplinary programme is taught in Hong Kong, the super-connector of China and the rest of the world. For many years, it builds China experts who understand both the science and art of doing business in China (with Chinese)."