Dengjian Jin

John J. Curley '60 and Ann Conser Curley '63 Faculty Chair in International Studies, Business and Management

Associate Professor of International Business and Management

Department of International Business and Management

Dickinson College , Carlisle, PA 17013

  

Education:


      B.S., Zhejiang University, 1983

      M.S., Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 1986;

      Ph.D., George Mason University, 1998.


Teaching and Research Experiences:

      

      1986-1988, Nanjing University

      1988-1989, Visiting scholar, the Chinese University of Hong Kong

      1989-1993, Nanjing University

      1997-2006, Dickinson College

Contact: jin@dickinson.edu 

Office: Stern 108

Phone: 245-1487

Current Teaching Areas

 

IB&M 230 Organizational Behavior: Syllabus, Teaching Notes

IB&M 300 Cross-Cultural Management

IB&M 300 Innovation Strategy and Knowledge Management

IB&M 400 International Business Policy and Strategy

 

Areas of Specialization

 

Culture’s impact on national systems of innovation; the co-evolution of culture, organization, and technology; and the emergence and evolution of modern system of knowledge creation in the very long run.

Selected Publications

 

Dengjian Jin (2001) The Dynamics of Knowledge Regimes: Culture, Technology, and Competitiveness of U.S. and Japan. London and New York: Continuum. In its Science, Technology, and the International Political Economy Series edited by John de la Mothe.

 

Roger R. Stough, Mark E. Maggio, and Dengjian Jin (2001) “Effects of Intelligent Transportation Systems on the Environment and Economic Development at the Metropolitan Level.” Journal of Public Affairs Review 2(1): 55-80.

 

Roger R. Stough, Mark E. Maggio, and Dengjian Jin (2001) “Methodological and Technical Challenges in Regional Evaluation of ITS: Induced and Direct Effects.” In: Roger R. Stough (ed.) Intelligent Transport System: Cases and Policies. Northampton, MA, USA.

 

James A. Wall, Michael Blum, and Dengjian Jin (2000) “Response to Diamant’s ‘Conflict and Conflict Resolution in China.’” Journal of Conflict Resolution 44(4) 547-551.

 

Dengjian Jin, and Roger R. Stough (1998) “Learning and Learning Capabilities in the Fordist and Post-Fordist Age: An Integrative Framework.” Environment & Planning A 30: 1255-1278.

 

James A. Wall, Jr., Michael Blum, Ronda R. Calister, Dengjian Jin, Nam-Hyeon Kim, Dong-Won Sohn (1998) "Mediation in the USA, China, Japan, and Korea." Security Dialogue 29(2): 235-248.

 

Dengjian Jin, and Kinsley E. Haynes (1997) “Economic Transition at the Edge of order and Chaos: China’s Dualist and Leading Sectoral Approach.” Journal of Economic Issues XXXI(1):79-101.

 

Dengjian Jin (1995) “Bounded Governance within Extended Order: the Confucian Advantage of Synergy under Generalized Constitutional Rules.” Constitutional Political Economy 6(3): 263-280.

 

James A. Wall, Jr., Dong-Won Sohn, and Dengjian Jin (1995) "Community and Family Mediation in the People's Republic of China." The International Journal of Conflict Management 6(1): 30-47.

 

Book Reviews on The Dynamics of Knowledge Regimes