International Management, Management Education, Social Issues, Measurement of Scholarly Impact
Business/Government Relations; Innovation and Creativity; Trade and Subsidies; Global Strategic Management; Global Supply Chains; and Energy and Food Sectors
Usha Haley is the W. Frank Barton Distinguished Chair in International Business, and Professor of Management, Wichita State University. She is also Director, Center for International Business Advancement and elected Chair, World Trade Council of Wichita. She has over 300 journal articles, books, and presentations in venues such as the Journal of International Business Studies, Human Relations, the Journal of Management Studies, Harvard Business Review and California Management Review. Her most recent book, Impact & the Management Researcher, is part of a British Academy of Management/Routledge series on Management Impact with series editors, Jean Bartunek, Nic Beech, and Cary Cooper. Usha co-chaired the AOM’s Practice Theme Committee, served as Product Champion for the AOM’s Report on Measuring and Achieving Scholarly Impact, and currently serves as lead editor for the Academy of Management Learning & Education’s special issue on “Learning and Education Strategies for Scholarly Impact”.
Her research on Chinese subsidies has been incorporated into federal trade regulation in the USA, EU, Australia, and India including the Non-market Economy Trade Remedy Act (the basis of HR 1229 in the USA) and three pieces of EU anti-dumping regulation. Competitive research grants include from the National Science Foundation on innovation in energy. Her research has been covered in the major international media including the Economist, Wall Street Journal, NPR’s Marketplace, and The New York Times. Awards/recognitions include the AOM’s Practice Impact Award for scholarly impact and for “Truly Outstanding Leadership and Service”; the Economist’s “Thought Leader” on emerging markets; Emerald Publishing’s Lifetime Achievement Award; American Made Hero for supporting US manufacturing; and, the Glorious India Award for academic contributions by a person of Indian origin.
Careers, Entrepreneurship, Environment and Sustainability, Ethics, Gender and Diversity, Health Care, Human Resources, International Management, Leadership, Management Consulting, Management Education, Management History, Management Theory, Operations and Supply Chain Management, Organizational Behavior, Public and Nonprofit, Religion and Spirituality, Research Methods, Social Issues, Strategic Management, Technology and Innovation