Chiang-Nan Chao, Ph.D.

Professor
Management
PhD, Operations and Logistics, Arizona State UniversityMBA, Lamar UniversityLLM, incomplete, Jilin University
Born and received up to graduate education in China. Worked on farms, as a farmer and a clinic personnel. Worked as an aid for Ministry of Commerce of China in 1977, served as liaison coordinator for the university international relations in Jilin University, China, 1977-1980. Over 290 refereed journal articles, refereed conference proceedings papers, book chapters, feature papers and articles, edited conference proceedings, and edited journals, conference presentations, etc. Had over 100 professional appearance. Worked in six years for United Nations' Projects. Served as editor, guest editor, managing editor for journals and conference proceedings. Raised about one million dollars for St. John's University in his advanced International Management Training Programs. He and his wife, Lily Wang have established a scholarship at St. John's University since 2014 for those management major students who have achieved an outstanding academic performance.

Teaching Interests

Operations and Supply Management, MIS, Project Management, E-commerce, and Managerial Decision Making, International Business, etc.

Research Interests

E-commerce, MIS, International Business, Multinational Companies Doing Business in China Market, Strategic Partnering in China, International students in the USA, Purchasing performance management, etc.

Courses Taught

MGT
3323
ORGANIZATIONAL DECISION MAKING
MGT
3325
MANAGEMENT OF OPERATIONS
MGT
3330
FOUNDATIONS OF PROJECT MANAGEM
MGT
4322
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS