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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).
- International Business and Culture
- Strategic Management
- International Management
- Koch, P. T., Koch, B., Menon, T., & Shenkar, O. (2016). Cultural friction in leadership beliefs and foreign-invested enterprise survival. Journal of International Business Studies, 47(4), 453-470.
- Koch, B. (2010). Going Against the Flow of China's Dominant Societal Logics: A Case Study of the Sichuan Furniture Industry, International Management Review, 6(1), 71-82.
- Koch, P., Koch, B. (2009). Competition and Cooperation in Hong Kong: Exploring the Influences of Collectivism and Instrumental Harmony, International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management, 2(4), 291-307.
- College, International Business Committee, Committee Member, appointed. (August, 2007 - Present).
- College, Core Curriculum Task Force, (August, 2007 - Present).