Title: Assistant Professor
Office: L. William Seidman Center,3101
Dr. Koch teaches strategic management and international management. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona and his MBA from Virginia Commonwealth University. He previously served as a Visiting Professor at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. His research interests focus on joint ventures and other international management issues in China.
- PH.D., Organizational Sociology, University of Arizona. "Socialism with Chinese Characteristics: The Interaction of Institutional Logics and Organizational Forms." (2004).
- MA, Sociology, Organizations, University of Arizona. "Social Capital in China: An Experimental Approach." (2001).
- MA, Economics, University of Arizona. (1996).
- MBA, Business Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University. (1989).
- BS, Management Information Systems, Virginia Commonwealth University. (1985).
- Strategic Management
- International Management
- China Joint Ventures
- Institutional Cognition of Strategic Action in China
- University, Internationalization Task Force Curriculum Committee, Committee Member, approximately 2 hours spent per year, Days, International. (September 1, 2012 - Present).
- College, Business intelligence Curriculum Development Committee, Committee Member, approximately 10 hours spent per year, Days, compensated, Regional. (July 1, 2012 - Present).
- College, International Business Committee, Committee Member, approximately 30 hours spent per year, Hours, appointed. (August 15, 2007 - Present).