Faculty Profile

Dengjian Jin

Professor of International Business and Management, John J. Curley '60 and Ann Conser Curley '63 Faculty Chair in International Studies, Business and Management (1997)

Contact Information

jin@dickinson.edu

Althouse Hall Room 211
717.245.1487
http://users.dickinson.edu/~jin/

Bio

He is the author of The Dynamics of Knowledge Regimes: Technology, Culture and Competitiveness in the USA and Japan, published by Continuum in 2001. His major research involves the evolution of knowledge and systems of knowledge creation throughout human history. His most recent book, The Great Knowledge Transcendence: the Rise of Western Science and Technology Re-framed will be published by Palgrave Macmillan. In the Fourth Asian Historical Economic Conference held in Istanbul September 19-21, 2014, he was invited to give a keynote speech in a Special Session on Science and Technology in Europe and China during the Early Modern Era, together with another speaker Joel Mokyr.

Education

  • B.S., Zhejian University, 1983
  • M.S., Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 1986
  • Ph.D., George Mason University, 1998

2016-2017 Academic Year

Fall 2016

INBM 230 Intl Organizational Behavior
This course looks at how human systems function within the structure of the organization and how individual and group behaviors affect collective organizational culture and organizational effectiveness. Students study individual, interpersonal, and group processes; the relationship between attitudes and behavior; ethical decision-making; and the management of organizational conflict and change. Approaches for developing leadership, managing conflict, communicating effectively, enhancing efficiency, and encouraging organizational adaption to changing environments are explored. Examples taken from domestic and international organizations are used throughout the course. Prerequisite: 100 or permission of the instructor. This course may fulfill Comparative Civilizations graduation requirement, depending upon topic.

INBM 230 Intl Organizational Behavior
This course looks at how human systems function within the structure of the organization and how individual and group behaviors affect collective organizational culture and organizational effectiveness. Students study individual, interpersonal, and group processes; the relationship between attitudes and behavior; ethical decision-making; and the management of organizational conflict and change. Approaches for developing leadership, managing conflict, communicating effectively, enhancing efficiency, and encouraging organizational adaption to changing environments are explored. Examples taken from domestic and international organizations are used throughout the course. Prerequisite: 100 or permission of the instructor. This course may fulfill Comparative Civilizations graduation requirement, depending upon topic.