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Garry D. Bruton特聘教授

系      所:工商管理系


个人简介

Garry D. Bruton is a professor at Texas Christian University. He has published or has forthcoming over 100 academic articles in leading journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, and Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. In addition, Garry has co-authored three text books –small business management (McGraw-Hill), technology and innovation management (Cengage), and international management (Cengage). In 2005 Professor Bruton was the first holder of the Hall Chair in Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets offered by the Fulbright Foundation. He will again hold that chair in the spring of 2017. Currently Professor Bruton is associate editor of the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. Previously he was president of the Asia Academy of Management, and former editor of the Academy of Management Perspectives.

DEGREES EARNED

Ph.D., Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 1989

M.B.A., George Washington University, Washington, D.C., 1982

B.A., University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, 1978

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management, & International Business

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


Academic Experience

Fehmi Zeko Faculty Fellowship, Texas Christian University, 2007-present

Academic Director, Neeley Entrepreneurship Program, Texas Christian University, 2006-present

Visiting Scholar, Chinese University, Management Department, 2005-2006

Hall Chair in Entrepreneurship, Fulbright Commission, Poland, Spring 2005

Full Professor, Texas Christian University, Department of Management, Ft. Worth, Texas, 2005


present

Associate Professor, Texas Christian University, Department of Management, Ft. Worth, Texas,

2001-2005

Assistant Professor, Texas Christian University, Department of Management, Ft. Worth, Texas,

1998 -2001

Associate Professor, University of Tulsa, Management and Marketing Department, Tulsa,

Oklahoma, 1998

Assistant Professor, University of Tulsa, Management and Marketing Department, Tulsa,

Oklahoma, 1992 -1998

Visiting Scholar, Chinese University, Management Department, Hong Kong, 1997

Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Management Department, Baton Rouge,

Louisiana, 1989 -1992

Visiting Assistant Professor, Oklahoma State University, Management Department, Stillwater,

Oklahoma, 1988 -1989

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Oklahoma State University, Management Department,

1985 -1988

Business Experience

Industrial Analyst & Economist, First National Bank of Oklahoma City, 1982 -1985

PAC Manager, National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, D.C., 1981


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Academy of International Business

Academy of Management

Asia Academy of Management

International Council for Small Business

Strategic Management Society

United States Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship


ORGANIZATIONAL POSITIONS/HONORS/AWARDS

Organizational Positions

President, Asia Academy of Management, 2006-present

Editor, Academy of Management Perspectives, 2009-present

Vice-President, International Council for Small Business, 2007-2008

Senior Editor, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2006 – 2009

Associate Editor, Academy of Management Perspectives, 2004 – 2008

Vice-President, Asia Academy of Management, 2004-2006

Representative at Large, Entrepreneurship Interest Group, Strategic Management Society, 20042006,

2009-present

Member, Paper Selection Committee, Babson Annual Entrepreneurship Conference, 2005, 2006,

2007, 2008, 2009 conferences

Honors/Awards

Honorary Director Entrepreneurship Center Shanghai University, China, 2009-present.

Fellow in the School of Management, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xian China, 2009-present.

Nominee, Texas Christian University, Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Achievement as a

Creative Teacher and Scholar, 2009

Recipient, Texas Christian University, Deans’ Research Award, 2003

(Campus wide award selected by all TCU Deans)

Nominee, Carolyn Dexter Award, Best International Paper, Business Policy and Strategy

Division, Academy of Management, 2002

Nominee, Carolyn Dexter Award, Best International Paper, Entrepreneurship Division, Academy

of Management, 2001

Research Award, Neeley School of Business, Texas Christian University, 2001

Earmark Grant, Hong Kong, $78,000, “The Embeddedness of Strategic Management in a


Transitional Economy: Diversification Strategies in Guandong Large Industrial Groups.” May,

1998

South China Research Grant, $6,250, “Venture Capital in Hong Kong and South China: Its

Characteristics and Development.” August, 1998

IREX Short Term Travel Grant, $2,600, “High Technology Entrepreneurship in Russia.” August,

1995

Mayo Research Excellence Award, College of Business, University of Tulsa, 1994-1995

CIBEAR Faculty Scholarship, University of Southern California Pacific Rim Management

Programs, “Doing Business with Mexico.” June, 1994

Junior Faculty Consortium, Business Policy and Planning, Academy of Management, 1991

Dissertation selected as one of five finalists, Business Policy and Planning Division, Academy of

Management, 1990 Dissertation Competition

Participant, Babson Entrepreneurial Conference Doctoral Consortium, 1989

Participant, Academy of Management Doctoral Consortium, Business Policy and Planning, 1988

Participant, Southwest Academy of Management Doctoral Consortium, 1987

Fourth Place, International Essay Contest on U.S. -Japanese Relations sponsored by Japan

Cultural Center, Japan Airlines and International Culture Center of Japan, 1983

Scottish Rite and Wolcott Fellowships, 1980 -1982


TEXTBOOKS


Ahlstrom, D. & Bruton, G. D. 2009. International Management. Cengage.

Bamford, C. & Bruton, G. D. 2009. Entrepreneurship: Small Business Approach. McGraw-Hill.

Bamford, C. & Bruton, G. D. 2005. Small Business Management: A Framework for Success.

Thomson-Southwestern.

White, M. & Bruton, G. D. 2006. The Management of Technology & Innovation: A Strategic

Approach. Thomson-Southwestern. (2nd edition in process)


PUBLICATIONS IN JOURNALS

Bruton, G. D., Khavul, S. & Chavez, H. Microfinance in Emerging Markets: Building a New

Line of Inquiry from the Ground-up. Journal of International Business Studies.

Forthcoming.

Kim, H., Bae, J., & Bruton, G.D. Business groups Strategic response to market-oriented

institutional upheaval in emerging economies: Corporate venturing in Korea. Asia Pacific

Journal of Management. Forthcoming.

Lau, C.M. & Bruton, G.D. Strategic Orientations and Strategies of High Technology Ventures in

Two Transition Economies. Journal of World Business. Forthcoming.

Ahlstrom, D. & Bruton, G.D. (2010). Rapid Institutional Shifts and Co-Evolution:

Entrepreneurial Firms in Russia’s Transition Economy. Entrepreneurship Theory &

Practice. 34: 531-554

Bruton, G.D., Ahlstrom, D., & Han-Lin Li (2010) Institutional theory and entrepreneurship:

Where are we now and where do we need to move in the future? Entrepreneurship:

Theory & Practice. 34: 421-440.


Bruton, G. D., Filatotchev, I, Chahine, S., Wright, M. (2010) Governance, ownership structure

and performance of IPO firms: The impact of different types of private equity investors

and legal institutions in two European nations. Strategic Management Journal. 31: 491-509.

Lu, Y., & Zhou, L., Bruton, G. D., & Li, W. (2010) Capabilities as a mediating path to the

internationalization of entrepreneurial firms in an emerging economy. Journal of

International Business Studies. 41: 419-436.

Siqueira, A. C. & Bruton, G. D, (2010) High-Technology Entrepreneurship in Emerging

Economies: Resources and the Impact of Firm Informality. IEEE Transactions on

Engineering Management. 57: 39-50.

Bruton, G. D., Ahlstrom, D., & Puky, T. (2009) Institution modification and building: A

comparison of the venture capital industries in Latin America and East Asia. Journal of

International Business Studies. 40: 762-778.

Bruton, G. D., Chahine, S., Filatotchev, I. (2009) Founders, private equity investors and

underpricing in UK entrepreneurial IPOs. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. 33: 909-928.

Khavul, S., Bruton, G. D., Wood, E. (2009). Informal family business in Africa.

Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. 33: 1219-1238.

Ahlstrom, D. & Bruton, G. D. (2008). Private firms in China: Legitimacy in an emerging

economy. Journal of World Business. 43: 385-399

Bruton, G. D., Ahlstrom, D., & Oblój, K. (2008). Entrepreneurship in emerging economies:

Where are we today and where should the research go in the future. Entrepreneurship

Theory & Practice. 32:1-14.

Bruton, G. D. & Lau, C. M. (2008). Asian management research: Status today, relationship to

the management domain, & future direction. Journal of Management Studies, 45: 636-659.

Lau, C. M. & Bruton, G. D. (2008). FDI in China: What we know and what we need to study

next. Academy of Management Perspectives. 22(4): 30-44.

Yiu, D., Hoskisson, R., Bruton, G. D., & White, R. (2008). Employment and market innovation

in Chinese business group affiliated firms: The role of group control systems.

Management Organization Review. 4: 225-256.

Young, M., Peng, M., Ahlstrom, D., & Bruton, G. D., Jiang, Yi (2008). Corporate governance

in emerging economies: A review of the principal-principal perspective. Journal of

Management Studies. 45: 196-220.

Bruton, G. D., Ahlstrom, D., & Yeh, K. S. (2007). Venture capital in China: Past, present, and

future. Asia Pacific Journal of Management. 24: 247-268.

Bruton, G. D., Dess, G., & Janney, J. J. (2007). Knowledge management in technology-focused

firms in emerging economies: Suggested caveats in corporate renewal. Asia Pacific Journal

of Management. 24: 115-130.

Filatotchev, I., Bruton, G., Chahine, S. & Wright, M. (2007) Governance and performance of the

IPOs of private equity investors and legal institutions. Academy of Management

Proceedings of Best Papers. 1-5.

Khavul, S., Bruton, G. D., Zheng, C., & Wood, E. (2007). Learning and growth over time: The

internationalization of entrepreneurial firms from three emerging economies. Academy

of Management Proceedings of Best Papers. 1-6.

Yiu, D., Lu, Y., Bruton, G. D., & Hoskisson, R. (2007). Business groups: An integrated model

to direct future research. Journal of Management Studies. 44: 1551-1579.

Yiu, D., Lau, C. M., & Bruton, G. D. (2007). International venturing by emerging economy

firms: The mediating effects of networks and corporate entrepreneurship. Journal of

International Business Studies. 38: 519-540.

Ahlstrom, D. & Bruton, G. D. (2006). Venture capital in emerging markets: Networks and

institutional change. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. 30: 299-320.

Bamford, C., Bruton, G. D., & Hinson, Y. (2006). Founder/CEO turnover: A social capital

approach toward reducing the performance impacts in entrepreneurial startups. Journal of

Small Business Management (25th anniversary issue). 44: 207-220.

Cron, W. L., Bruton, G. D., & Slocum, J. W. (2006). Professional service ventures,

performance, and the gender effect. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. 12

(3): 53-67.

Filatotchev, I., Chahine, S., & Bruton, G. D. (2006). The impact of founders’ ownership, social

capital and investors on IPO stock market performance. Academy of Management

Proceedings of Best Papers. A1-A6.

Fried, V., Bruton, G. D., & Kern, D. (2006). The entrepreneurial CEO as coach/player: Leading

the transition to success. Journal of Private Equity. 9(3): 35-41.

Bruton, G. D., Fried, V., & Manigart, S. (2005). Institutional influences on the worldwide

expansion of venture capital. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. 29: 737-760.

Si, S. X. & Bruton, G. D. (2005). Knowledge acquisition, cost savings, and strategic

positioning: IJV in the People’s Republic of China. Journal of Business Research. 58: 1465-1473.

Yiu, D., Bruton, G. D., & Lu, Y. (2005). Understanding business group performance in an

emerging economy: Acquiring resources and capabilities in order to prosper. Journal of

Management Studies. 42: 183-206.

Ahlstrom, D. & Bruton, G. D. (2004). Turnaround in Asia: Laying the foundation for

understanding this unique domain. Asia Pacific Journal of Management. 21: 5-24.

Ahlstrom, D., Young, M., Chan, E., & Bruton, G. D. (2004). Facing constraints to growth?

Overseas Chinese entrepreneurs and traditional business practices in East Asia. Asia

Pacific Journal of Management. 21: 263-285.

Bruton, G. D., Lohrke, F., & Lu, J. (2004). The evolving definition of what comprises

international strategic management research. Journal of International Management. 10: 413-429.

Bruton, G. D., Ahlstrom, D., & Yeh, K. (2004). Understanding venture capital in East Asia: The

impact of institutions on the industry today and tomorrow. Journal of World Business. 29: 72-88.

Young, M., Ahlstrom, D., & Bruton, G. D. (2004). The globalization of corporate governance in

East Asia: The transnational solution. Management International Review. Special issue: 31-50.

Bruton, G. D., Ahlstrom, D., & Wan, Johnny C. C. (2003). Turnaround in East Asian firms:

Evidence from ethnic overseas Chinese communities. Strategic Management Journal. 24: 519-540.

Bruton, G. D. & Ahlstrom, D. (2003). An institutional view of China’s venture capital industry:

Explaining the differences between China and the West. Journal of Business Venturing. 18: 233-259.

Si, S. & Bruton, G. D. (2003). Beyond national boundaries: Considering the view from both

sides of the table. Organizational Dynamics. 32(4): 384-395.

Ahlstrom, D. & Bruton, G. D. (2002). An institutional perspective on the role of culture in

shaping strategic actions by technology-focused entrepreneurial firms in China. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. 26(4): 53-69.

Bruton, G. D., Ahlstrom, D., & Singh, K. (2002). The impact of institutional environment on

the venture capital industry in Singapore. Venture Capital. 4: 197-218.

Bruton, G. D., Keels, J. K., & Scifres, E. L. (2002). Corporate restructuring and performance:

An agency perspective on the complete buyout cycle. Journal of Business Research. 5: 709-724.

Bruton, G. D. & Rubanik, Y. (2002). Resources of the firm, Russian high-technology startups,

and firm growth. Journal of Business Venturing. 17: 553-576.

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