Warnock Davies

Warnock Davies teaches strategy and international business, and does strategy-related research. He holds a Ph.D. in International Business, and M.A. and M.A.L.D. degrees in International Relations and International Law, from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts and Harvard Universities. He has taught on undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs; and has served as a doctoral dissertation advisor. His faculty appointments have included Professor at Mercer University, Distinguished Visiting Professor at Golden Gate University, and Visiting Professor at the University of Colorado. He has also held Visiting Scholar and Visiting Professor appointments at universities in Singapore, Pakistan, Palestine, Russia and China. He has served on the board of directors of the American Associaton of University Administrators and as Dean of the School of Management at Golden Gate University. He has consulted to major multinational corporations and mid-sized companies on a wide range of strategies, in a wide range of industries, in forty countries. He served as Vice President of Business International Corporation in New York, and as President and CEO of Newbery Corporation (an American Stock Exchange listed company). Since 2001, he has lived and worked in China. Since 2002, he has served as Visiting Professor of Strategy and International Business at Shaoxing University. His research focus is Chinese business strategy; and he serves as Director of the Center for Chinese Business Strategy Research. His articles on strategy and international business have been published by the Sloan Management Review, Strategy & Leadership, Business Horizons, Industrial Management, Industrial Marketing Management, Management International Review, Journal of Transnational Management Development, Global Business Education, and the Journal of Management Education. Partner Risk was published in India and China in 2002. His other books are "Strategy Formulation: For Executives and Senior Management," published in China by Shanghai Far East Publishing in 2003; and "Strategic Management: Global Principals / Chinese and International Examples," published in China (in Chinese and English editions) by Science Press in 2004. In 2003, he received the Westlake Award for his contributions to Zhejiang Province. In 2004, he won the Gold Medal in Tai Ji Qian (24 forms) at the 2nd International Traditional Wushu Tournament in Hangzhou.

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