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A new book of our distinguished Editorial Board Member Professor John Saee, „China and the Global Economy in the 21st Century, Routledge-Taylor and Francis Group of Publishing” is to be published in the USA, UK and Canada simultaneously

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It is worth to mention that while at the international level has took place a high-level meeting between USA and China, a new book of Professor John Saee – „China and the Global Economy in the 21st Century, Routledge-Taylor and Francis Group of Publishing” – is to be published in the USA, UK and Canada simultaneously. Othervise, Professor John Saee has been (2008-2009) invited member of the Selection Committee for review of manuscripts for presentation plus Chair of the China’s competitiveness main track at Harvard International Conference, venue Harvard University, Boston, USA.

Professor John Saee is Chairperson of Global Divisions, Association of Management and International Association of Management (2002-Present), and Editor-in-Chief (2003-Present) of the International Association of Management Journal, USA (Journal of Management Systems, Association of Management’s Flagship Publication – USA ranked GLOBALLY as a 1st tiered refereed Journal with global ranking of 6 in 2003). He is Member (2001-Present) of CNRS, France’s National Academy of Scientific Research (CNRS boasts to have 47 noble prize laureates amongst its membership), and (2004-Present) International conference committee member – European Conference on Knowledge Management. Professor Saee has authored more 200 publications internationally made up of books, book chapters and research articles, which have been published in academic and professional journals and refereed international conference proceedings in Australia, Europe, Asia and the USA. Professor Saee is (2009-Present) International conference committee member – Refereed International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning, and won an award for best research paper from a major globally leading publishing group, Emerald Group of Publishing in the USA, which has reviewed some 150 fully, refereed research manuscripts, which have over time been submitted by professors internationally.

 

Professor Saee received a Ph.D. from the University of Technology, Sydney, a Master of Commerce from the University of New South Wales, and a B.A. from Flinders University, South Australia. He is currently Professor of International Business, Corporate Strategy and Management as well as Academic Director – Doctoral Program at the Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship – the Faculty of Business and Enterprise, Swinburne University of Technology. His previous academic appointment at the Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship – the Faculty of Business and Enterprise included Academic Leader – International Business, European/Italian and Asian/Japanese Studies Academic Groups. Professor Saee has been invited (1990-Present) as a speaker and trainer at a number of workshops/forums and international conferences, including the UNESCO, Australian Institute of Management, Australian Tourism Training Authority and 3M Australia, Auchan and Carrefour.

His recent books have been used as text book and scholarly research books in numerous countries around the world:Contemporary Corporate Strategy: Global Perspectives, Taylor & Francis Group, Routledge, August 2007; The Global Business Handbook: The Eight Dimensions of International Management, Gower Pub Co, Feb 18 2009, co-author; Managerial Competence Within the Tourism and Hospitality Service, Taylor & Francis Group, Routledge, 1 edition, Oct 17 2006; Managing Organizations in a Global Economy: An Intercultural Perspective, Thomson South-Western, Feb 10 2004.

Professor John Saee has a global vocation of spreading knowledge management and organizational learning, and is continuing to confirm the link between the significance of two (inter alia) universal quotes, one american, and one european: „Each men has his own vocation, his talent being his call; there is one direction in wich all space is open to him” (Ralph Waldo Emerson); „If each one does their duty as an individual, and if each one works in their own proper vocation, it will be right with the whole” (Johann Wofgang Goethe).

 

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