Jason Zunsheng Yin Ph. D.

          Chair and Professor of

      Strategic Management and

           International Business

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Dr. Jason Z. Yin is a professor of strategy management and international business and Chair of Management Department at Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall University. His teaching and research interests include corporate policy and strategy, international trade and investment, and environmental economics. In addition to his intensive research paper publications, Dr. Yin has written and edited 23 academic books in both English and Chinese on technology transfer, modern business management, and economic reform, etc. 

Dr. Yin was the founding member of the Chinese Economists Society founded in 1985. He served as its president and is serving on its Board of Regents and the chair for its Finance Committee currently. Dr. Yin actively promotes international exchange programs, including the June-in-China, a flagship international study program and several student and faculty exchange programs with leading institutions of higher education in China.

In addition to his academic activities, Dr. Yin is active in and well connected to the non-academic communities. He is the member of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations (NCUSCR). He actively participates in organizing and lecturing at the UN Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) workshops on International Economics and Trade, FDI, and regional development. He is frequently invited by VOA, BBC, and other media to comment on various political and economic issues. He also provides consulting services to the Chinese government agencies and the multinational corporations-- the MNCs in China particularly.   

Dr. Yin received MBA, MPhil and PhD. degrees from New York University, U.S.A. and BS of Mechanical Engineering from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. 


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