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Faculty Research and Achievements

The Jindal School of Management is led by an unmatched team of professors and educators. Our faculty research has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Management Science, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal, significantly contributing to the school’s rising rankings. The data speak for themselves.

We are very confident that no other PhD program, in its introduction, will show you the up-to-date, detailed data on the accomplishments of their faculty and students that we are going to show you below. Collecting and reporting such data requires a lot of research and time commitment. But since we are a research-oriented schoold, we believe it is important to undertake this kind of research about ourselves so that you can judge for yourself whether you want to join us.


Textbooks authored by Jindal School of Management leading faculty are used and studied around the world. Dr. Greg Dess’ Strategic Management (co-authored with T. Lumpkin, M. Eisner, and G. McNamara) is widely used throughout the world, with translations in Chinese, Portuguese, and Serbian, as well as adaptations in Canada and Europe. Dr. Seung-Hyun Lee will join the author team for the 9th edition.

As global market leaders, Dr. Mike Peng’s Global Strategy, Global Business, and GLOBAL are used in over 30 countries. They have been translated into Chinese, Portuguese, and Spanish. A European adaptation (International Business, coauthored with K. Meyer) has been launched.

Faculty Honors and Awards

Our world-class IMS/OSIM faculty have won numerous awards and honors:

IMS/OSIM faculty members are also active in leadership positions in the field. During 2007-09, M. Peng served as Editor-in-Chief of the Asia Pacific Journal of Management. As the first Editor-in-Chief appointed outside Asia in the 25-year history of the journal, M. Peng managed the doubling of submission numbers and the successful bid to gain entry into the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI). APJM’s first citation impact for 2010 was 3.355, which ranked it as the top 18 among 140 management journals.

The school’s faculty members are not only acknowledged and respected externally, they are also highly valued at UT Dallas. G. Dess holds the Andrew Cecil Chair in Management. M. Peng is the first holder of the O. P. Jindal Chair and the Provost’s Distinguished Professor of Global Strategy and serves as the executive director of the School of Management’s Center for Global Business. J. Picken serves as the executive director for the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at UT Dallas.