George Haley

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George T. Haley is an American author and academic, currently a tenured Professor of Industrial and International Marketing at the University of New Haven, Connecticut, USA. He is also the Director of the Center for International Industry Competitiveness. His research covers Industrial marketing, Emerging markets, New Product Development, Innovation and B2B Marketing. He has testified on his research on China before the United States Congress and several government agencies. The American Marketing Association's Marketing News named him as one of six Marketing academics to watch based on his research, teaching and broader impact [1]. He was also named an American Made Hero for his work on the ramifications of trade for US manufacturing in a global economy.

Early life[edit]

Haley was born in San Antonio, Texas where he attended the San Antonio Academy and the Texas Military Institute. Subsequently, he attended the University of Texas at Austin where he received undergraduate degrees in Business and Psychology and his PhD in Marketing Administration.

Research focus[edit]

Haley has over 100 books, book chapters, articles, research reports and presentations on Asian business and emerging markets, new product development and innovation and industrial marketing. Haley's book New Asian Emperors: the Overseas Chinese, their Strategies and Competitive Advantages highlighted the informational black hole of Southeast Asia which impeded effective strategic decision making and the transcendent power of the overseas Chinese networks. Among the awards that Haley has received, his book New Asian Emperors was called "an important study" by The Economist. His book The Chinese Tao of Business: The Logic of Successful Business Strategy was listed by The Wall Street Journal as the only book on Asian business to read.

Policy analysis[edit]

Haley has served as policy analyst for several governments and agencies such as the National Intelligence Council, the United States International Trade Commission and the Connecticut State Department of Economic and Community Development. He provided expert testimony on March 24, 2009 and May 25, 2007, before the congressionally mandated US-China Economic and Security Review Commission on effects of China's pillar industries and key government agencies on global manufacturing and business environments. He currently serves on two corporate and governmental boards.

Appearances in the media[edit]

Haley's research on emerging and industrial markets, innovation, and public policy has been profiled several times in the media including as Thought Leader for Industry Week, and in The Economist, The Financial Times, Time Magazine, USA Today, Forbes, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, CNN, The Lou Dobbs Show (CNN), Voice of America, Marketing News, Selling Power, The Far Eastern Economic Review, Industry Week, Investor's Business Daily, Inc, Business Week, Chief Executive, CMO Magazine, Entrepreneur, EE Times, China Business Weekly, Shanghai Business Review and China Daily.

Academic career[edit]

He has taught at several universities, including the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, ITESM (Monterrey, Mexico), National University of Singapore (Singapore), Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia), Thammasat University (Bangkok, Thailand), Fordham University (New York City) and Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts).


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