Beamish, Paul W. 1953-

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Beamish, Paul W. 1953-

(Paul William Beamish)

PERSONAL: Born October 1953, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; son of John R. and Catherine Beamish; married Maureen Conley, 1977; children: four. Education: University of Western Ontario, B.A. (with honors), 1976, Ph.D., 1984. Hobbies and other interests: Travel, scuba diving.

ADDRESSES: Home—London, Ontario, Canada. Office—Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario N6A 3K7, Canada. E-mail[email protected].

CAREER: Procter & Gamble Co. of Canada Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, manager in Comptroller’s Division, 1976-79; Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, lecturer, 1982-84, assistant professor of business, 1984-87; University of Western Ontario, London, visiting assistant professor, 1986, assistant professor, 1987-89, associate professor, 1989-96, professor of business, 1996—, William G. Davis Professor of International Business, 1990-94, Royal Bank Professor of International Business, 1994-99, director of China Program, 1989—, director of Centre for International Business Studies, 1990-92, founding director of Asian Management Institute, 1996—, member of board of directors of Ivey Business School (Asia), 1997—, associate dean for research and development, 1999-2004, holder of Canada Research Chair in International Business, 2004—. Guest lecturer at colleges and universities, including Tsinghua University, Fudan University, National Taiwan University, University of Michigan, Murdoch University, University of Texas at Austin, National University of Singapore, Temple University, and Indiana University at Bloomington; teacher of management training programs for corporations, educational institutions, and government agencies; guest on television and radio programs; consultant to Linamar Corp./Wescast Industries, Labatt Brewing Co. Ltd., Texas Utilities Australia, and Canadian Foreign Service Institute. Alan Thicke Centre for Juvenile Diabetes Research, member of executive board of directors, 1990—, president, 1996—. Member of editorial board, Journal of International Business Studies, 1991—, European Management Journal, 1993-97, Journal of International Marketing, 1992-2007, Journal of Chinese Management Issues, 1995—, Journal of World Business, 1996—, Advances in International Comparative Management, 1996—, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 1997-2006, Academy of Management Executive, 1998-2005, International Business Review, 2000—, Asian Business and Management, 2004—, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2004—, Management and Organization Review, 2004—, Journal of International Management, 2004—, Management International Review, 2004—, Academy of Management Perspectives, 2006—, Journal of Management Studies, 2006—, Stra-tegic Management Journal, 2007—, and Academy of Management Journal, 2007—.

MEMBER: Academy of International Business (fellow; regional chair for Canada, 1989-91), Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (chair of International Business Division, 1988-89), Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society.

AWARDS, HONORS: Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, divisional “best paper” awards, 1984, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, “best case study” award, 1999; grants from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1984, 1998, 2001, 2004, 2007, National Centre for Management Research and Development, 1986-87, World Bank, 1987-88, Federation of Canadian Municipalities, 1989, and Ontario Centre for International Business, 1989-90; grants from Pacific 2000 Program of Canadian Department of External Affairs, 1990-91 and 1992-93; winner of EFMD Entrepreneurship Case Competition in European Management, 1992; JIBS Decade Award, 1997; LEADER Award for dedication to international development, 2003; senior fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, 2007—.


(Editor, with Mark C. Baetz, and contributor) Strategic Management: Canadian Cases, Irwin (Homewood, IL), 1987, 2nd edition published as Strategic Management: Text, Readings, and Canadian Cases, 1990, 4th edition (with C. Patrick Woodcock) published as Strategic Management: Text, Readings, and Cases, 1996, 5th edition, McGraw Hill Ryerson (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 1999.

(With F. Ian Wood and others) Going Global, Corporate-Higher Education Forum (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), 1988.

Multinational Joint Ventures in Developing Countries, Routledge (London, England), 1988.

(Editor, with J. Peter Killing, Donald J. Lecraw, and Harold Crookell, and contributor) International Management: Text and Cases, Irwin (Homewood, IL), 1991, 5th edition (with others), McGraw-Hill/ Irwin (Boston, MA), 2003.

(Editor, with Chen Xiao Yue, and contributor) International Joint Ventures: A Casebook, Tsinghua University Press (Beijing, China), 1992.

(Editor, with Andrew C. Inkpen, J. Nick Fry, and others, and contributor) Cases in Strategic Management, Irwin (Homewood, IL), 1995.

(Editor, with J. Peter Killing, and contributor) Cooperative Strategies: Asian Pacific Perspectives, New Lexington Press (San Francisco, CA), 1997.

(Editor, with J. Peter Killing, and contributor) Cooperative Strategies: North American Perspectives, New Lexington Press (San Francisco, CA), 1997.

(Editor, with J. Peter Killing, and contributor) Cooperative Strategies: European Perspectives, New Lexington Press (San Francisco, CA), 1997.

(With Andrew Delios and Donald J. Lecraw) Japanese Multinationals in the Global Economy, Edward El-gar (Cheltenham, England), 1997.

International Business Cases, China Machine Press (Beijing, China), 1998.

(With Morrison) Strategic Management Cases, China Machine Press (Beijing, China), 1998.

(Editor and contributor) Strategic Alliances, Edward El-gar (Cheltenham, England), 1998.

(Editor, with A.E. Safarian, and contributor) North American Firms in East Asia, University of Toronto Press (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 1999.

(Editor and contributor) Asia-Pacific Cases in Strategic Management, McGraw Hill-Irwin (Boston, MA), 2000.

(With Yongwook Jun) A Casebook of International Business: The Asian Management of Multinational Companies (in Korean), Mun Yong Sa Publisher (Seoul, Korea), 2000.

(Editor, with Andrew Delios and Shige Makino) Japanese Subsidiaries in the New Global Economy, Edward Elgar (Cheltenham, England), 2001.

(With Kevin K. Boeh) Mergers and Acquisitions: Text and Cases, Sage Publications (Thousand Oaks, CA), 2007.

(Editor, with Christopher Bartlett and Sumantra Ghoshal, and contributor) Transnational Management: Text Readings and Cases in Cross Border Management, McGraw Hill-Irwin (Boston, MA), 5th edition, 2008.

Author of instructor’s manuals and other instructional aids. Coauthor of videotapes to accompany management books. Coeditor of “International Business Casebooks” series (in Chinese), Tsinghua University Press, 1991-93. Contributor to management and business journals in the United States and abroad. Editor in chief, Journal of International Business Studies, 1992-97.