The 'Dual-Mentor System' involves plenty of Master’s supervisors, and entrepreneurial mentors providing academic and practical advice and bring in rich supporting resources. Our staff consist of visiting lecturers, well-known scholars, experienced professors in various academic disciplines, experts, and professionals of industry giants. Details regarding officials that lead our school are listed below.
Edmund S. Phelps: Prof. Phelps is the 2006 Nobel Prize Laureate in Economics. Some of his achievements include Distinguished Fellow of the American Economic Association (2000), Chevalier of the Legion of Honor (2008), and Kiel Global Economy Prize (2008). His main researching field involves macroeconomics, unemployment and inclusive growth, economic vitality, business fluctuations, and economic growth.
Chunhua Chen: She’s the Chairman of the Board of Newhuadu Business School, now working as Professor at National School of Development at Peking University (NSD), and Dean of BiMBA at National Development Research Institute. She was Co-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of New Hope Liuhe Co. Ltd. and was selected to be one of the 10 most powerful female entrepreneurs in China. Her research specialty was enterprise management, particularly enterprise organization and operational management.
Lin Lin: He specializes in corporate finance and strategy. He was an investment strategist in a London-based conglomerate company in charge of cross-border merger and acquisition (M&A) projects between Europe and Asia, and then the dean of the College of Management, National Chi Nan University (Taiwan). He was also awarded as one of Top Talents with Outstanding Achievements by the Ministry of Science and Technology of Taiwan for many years. He is active in various local/international leading academic societies as director, and international journals as editors. He has been appointed as a Distinguished Professor of Minjiang Scholar in 2018 (The Highest in the Scholar Ranking System in Fujian Province) and is the only one Distinguished Professor of Business Administration in this award scheme.
Xianbin Wang: Over the past decades, he has actively participated in a variety of research projects on national level and published over 30 papers in academic journals such as Finance and Trade Research, Operations Research and Management Science. Prof. Wang has authored three research books and textbooks for various well-established journals on accounting and cost control topics. He has rich business network and resources, serving as a project consultant for various organizations.