Hired in 1990, Dr. Yin is a Professor of Management. His teaching and research interests include corporate policy and strategy, international trade issues, and the development of transitional economies. In addition to his intensive research paper publications, which are predominantly applied in nature, Dr. Yin has written and edited twenty-three academic monographs in technology transfer, business management, and economic reform in both English and Chinese. His work has appeared in Journal of Computational Information Systems, Organization Management Journal, R&D Management and The Chinese Economy. Dr. Yin has been instrumental in Seton Hall University’s outreach in China. As a result of his leadership, the Stillman School has several very active exchange programs with Chinese universities and, in July 2014, launched an MBA program in Zhuhai, China.
- Ph.D., New York University
"Developing Students' Cultural Intelligence: A Course Assessment Framework."
Conference - Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management International Meeting, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, June 2009.
"The Strategy of China Inc. in Africa." Conference - Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management International Meeting, June 2009.
"Can Russia Learn from China in its Quest for WTO Entry?" The Chinese Economy, 42(3), 60- 77, May 2009.