|Title:||Associate Professor & Chair, Dept of Management|
Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy
Invest yourself in everything you do. There's fun in being serious. - Wynton Marsalis
The future is already here. It's just unevenly distributed. - William Gibson
Webpages for the Courses I teach
- Ph.D. in International Business and Strategic Management from University of South Carolina, 1998
- M.A. in International & Area Studies (Asian Studies) from Brigham Young University, 1990
- M.B.A. in Finance and International Business from Brigham Young University, 1989
- B.Sc. in Marine Engineering from US Merchant Marine Academy, 1977
- 2nd Assistant Engineer Officer, Steam vessels, unlimited horsepower
- 3rd Assistant Engineer Officer, Motor vessels, unlimited horsepower
- Ship Test Engineer, Ingalls Shipyard, Litton Industries
- Finalist in the Richard Farmer Dissertation competition, Academy of International Business - 1999
- PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS I AM ASSOCIATED WITH:
- Member, Academy of International Business
- Member, Academy of Management
- Founding member, International Association for Chinese Management Research
Taute, H, R. Heiser, and D.N. McArthur, 2010, Positive Selling Signals: The Effects of Non-verbal Signals on Student Role Play Evaluations, Journal of Marketing Education, 34 (1): 1-15.
McArthur, D.N., E.E. Englehardt, and J.O. Jasperson, 2009. â€śProgress toward the Rule of Law in China: â€śDemocratizingâ€ť the demands of law with Confucian ethics,â€ť International Journal of Applied Philosophy, 23(2). [ISSN 0739-098X]
McArthur, D.N. and S.C. Hammond, 2008. Network rules in international technology transfers within multinational enterprises: Limitations on the power of strange attractors, in, L. Dennard, K. Richardson, and G. Morcol, (eds) Complexity and Policy Analysis: Tools and Methods for Designing Robust Policies in a Complex World, Volume 2 in â€śExploring Organizational Complexityâ€ť Series, Goodyear, AZ: ISCE Publishing. [ISBN 978-0-9817032-2-0]
McArthur, D.N., 2007. Construct equivalence in international business research: The first and last of it, Journal of Business Inquiry, 6(1): 28-38.
- Research Interests
- I am actively researching the process of how international firms move production technology to new and existing subsidiaries within their international network of subsidiaries, other technology sources, and customers. This interest extends to the interdependence between units of that network and the differing ways that managers perceive their units' roles, act out their perceptions, and manage disagreement and change in unit roles.