ODU BUSINESS PROFESSOR AND STUDENT APPEAR IN THE FAR EASTERN ECONOMIC REVIEW
Shaomin Li, professor of business administration at Old Dominion University, and Judy Jun Wu, a doctoral student in business administration, appear in the April issue of the Far Eastern Economic Review.
In the article, entitled "Why China Thrives Despite Corruption," Li and Wu explore high-level corruption and a simultaneously thriving economy. The article focuses on why corruption appears to be more harmful to some countries compared to others.
At Old Dominion since 2002, Li's teaching and research interests include global environment of business, political economy, strategy, and e-business. His current research focuses on the business environment in countries undergoing rapid political and economic transitions. He holds a degree from Peking University, a doctoral degree from Princeton University and was a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard University.
To read the full article visit: http://www.odu.edu/webroot/orgs/IA/university_news.nsf/articles/04062007113142AM.
This article was posted on: April 6, 2007
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