Professor Kulwant Singh joins Searching Finance as general editor for strategy

Written by Ashwin Rattan Saturday, 24 September 2011 22:34
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Searching Finance is delighted to announce that Professor Kulwant Singh, Deputy Dean of the National University of Singapore Business School has joined as general editor for books and reports on strategy and management.

Some more about Kulwant.

Kulwant Singh's (Ph.D., University of Michigan; MBA and BBA (Hons) National University of Singapore) research and teaching focus on business strategy and competition in rapidly changing environments, and has been published in leading scholarly journals, such as the Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Journal of Management, Industrial and Corporate Change, and others. Two of these papers received Best Paper Awards at the Academy of Management, and at Administrative Sciences Association of Canada.

Kulwant’s most recent book, Strategy for Success in Asia was published in 2005. Earlier books are Business Strategy in Asia: A Casebook (third edition published in 2009), and Surviving the New Millennium: Lessons from the Asian Crisis. Kulwant has conducted executive seminars for many leading firms, including Deutsche Bank, Daimler, DuPont, Nestle, Panasonic, Telenor, Toshiba, Vodafone, and Volvo.

He has also taught in programs organised by Duke University, Indian School of Business, London Business School, Oxford University and Stockholm School of Economics. He was conferred the Research Achievement Award in 1997 and the Outstanding Educator Award in 2005, both by the National University of Singapore. He is currently Associate Editor of the Strategic Management Journal and was previously Chief Editor of the Asia Pacific Journal of Management. Previous administrative appointments include Interim Dean and Vice Dean of the NUS Business School, Deputy Director of the Graduate School of Business, and Head of the Departments of Business Policy, and Management and Organization.

He is perhaps Asia's leading Manchester United fan.

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