Jiang, Fuming 1960- (Fu-ming Chiang)

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Jiang, Fuming 1960- (Fu-ming Chiang)


Born August 20, 1960. Education: Holds a Ph.D.


Office—College Office, Australian National University, Copland Bldg. 024, Rm. 1098, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 0200, Australia; fax: 61 2 612 58796. E-mail—[email protected]


Writer, economist, pharmacist, and educator. Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, sessional lecturer and tutor, 1999-2002; Charles Sturt University, faculty of Commerce, Australia, lecturer in marketing, 2002-04; Australian National University, School of Management, Marketing, and International Business, College of Business and Economics, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, lecturer in international business, 2004-06, senior lecturer, 2006—. Zhejiang University, College of Economics, Centre for Regional Economic Development, Hangzhous, Zhejiang, China, adjunct professional research fellow. Has taught at Victoria University and Monash University in Australia. Served as a pharmacist in the department of pharmacy and a deputy head of the division of Chinese pharmacy, People's Hospital of Jiangsu Province, China.


Academy of International Business, Strategic Management Society, Academy of Management, Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy, and International Association for Chinese Management Research, International Academy of Business and Economics (member of editorial boards).


Doctoral scholarship, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship and Swinburne School of Business, Research Fieldwork Travel Grant, Swinburne Graduate School of Management, 1999; Research Achievement Prize, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, 2002; FIGS Grant, Australian National University, 2006; CIGS Grant, Australian National University, 2007.


Guan li jing ji xue, Wu nan tu shu chu ban gong si (Taibei Shi, China), 1984.

(With Bruce W. Stening) The Chinese Business Environment: An Annotated Bibliography, Edward Elgar (Northampton, MA), 2006.

Foreign Pharmaceutical Firms' FDI Entry Strategies into China, ICFAI University Press (Panjagutta, Hyderabad, India), 2006.

International Strategic Management, McGraw-Hill (North Ryde, New South Wales, Australia), 2007.

(Editor) International Strategic Management, McGraw-Hill (North Ryde, New South Wales, Australia), 2008.

(With Bruce W. Stening) Doing Business in China: The Challenges for Foreign Firms, Edward Elgar (London, England), 2009.

Member of editorial board, Review of Business Research and Journal of International Business Strategy.

Contributor to journals and periodicals, including the Journal of the Academy of International Business, International Journal of Management, Journal of Business Strategies, Journal of International Business Strategy, Journal of International Business and Economics, Journal of the Academy of Business and Economics, Journal of International Business and Economics, International Journal of Innovation: Management, Policy, and Practice, and Management Decisions.


Fuming Jiang is a writer, economist, and educator whose professional work focuses on issues in marketing, management, and international business. His research interests concentrate on topics in international business and trade with China, according to a biography on the Australian National University College of Business & Economics Web site. In addition to work on international business and marketing strategies, foreign market entry modes, and export strategies, Jiang also researches foreign direct investment in China, business strategies of Chinese companies, and strategies Chinese firms use in their internationalization efforts. Though he now works in the field of business and academics, Jiang was once a pharmacist in his native China.

In The Chinese Business Environment: An Annotated Bibliography, Jiang and coauthor Bruce W. Stening "cite and summarize selected journal articles" on Chinese business that have appeared in English since 1990, noted a reviewer in Reference & Research Book News. The authors address more than 950 articles that have been important to understanding business issues and the environment faced by business owners in the People's Republic of China. They include summaries, descriptive annotations, and many original abstracts, plus an index of joint authors and detailed subject headings. Only journal articles are cited; books and book chapters are excluded. Reviewer K.T. Wei, writing in Choice, called the book a "valuable reference for scholars and students in China studies and for business practitioners."



Choice, October, 2007, K.T. Wei, review of The Chinese Business Environment: An Annotated Bibliography, p. 264.

Reference & Research Book News, May, 2007, review of The Chinese Business Environment.


Australian National University College of Business & Economics Web site,http://www.ecocomm.anu.edu.au/ (January 8, 2008), biography of Fuming Jiang.