Oded Shenkar - Honors
2001 Journal of Business Research: Rated first among Chinese management scholars based on top journal publications.
2000 The Conference Board. Invited to join the Conference Board Working Group on Mergers and Acquisitions.
2000 Center for Human Resources and Strategic Development, Zhejiang University: Appointed Member of the Academic Advisory Board.
1999 Mershon Center, Ohio State University: Grant to conduct interdisciplinary seminar series on strategic alliances (with Y. Wertzberger).
1999 Hang Lung Center for Organizational Research at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology: Appointed to the Academic Board.
1997 Journal of International Management: Ranked as one of the top 30 scholars in international strategy.
1997 INFORMS Committee Review of Organization Science: Ranked as one of the 289 most prolific top journal authors in management over the last ten years.
1995 The Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge: First Arthur Andersen Visiting Fellow.
1995 Lingnan College, Hong Kong: Visiting Examiner in Management.
1995 University of Hawaii, Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER): Grant to study Strategic Alliances (with Mike Peng and Jiatao Li).
1994-1997 The Chinese University of Hong Kong: External Examiner of Undergraduate Programs in Management.
1993 University of Hawaii Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER): Grant to study investment in China (with J.T. Li).
1991 University of Hawaii-CIBER: Grant to develop research instrument for cooperative ventures in emerging economies (w/ D. C. Bangert & E. Bailey).
1990 The Chinese University of Hong Kong: Grant to study foreign direct investment in China (with M.K. Nyaw).
1987-1988 The Chinese University of Hong Kong: Grant to study the work values of managers in Hong Kong and China.
1987-1988 The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies: Grant to develop national policy on industrial robots.
1987 Israel Institute of Business Research, Tel-Aviv University: Grant to study the impact of robotic technology on workers and management.
1985 Multinational Enterprises Program, International Labor Office (ILO): Grant to conduct research on decision-making in international affiliates (with Y. Zeira).
1984-1986 Israel Institute of Business Research: Grant to study human resource management in international joint ventures (with Y. Zeira).
1983 Israel Institute of Business Research, Tel-Aviv University: Grant to study the reputation of Israeli banking and insurance (with E. Yuchtman-Yaar).
1978 Columbia University: Distinction in Organization Theory
1977-1981 Truman Institute: Research Fellowships to study comparative modernization processes in China, Japan and Korea.
1975-1977 Hebrew University: Graduate Fellowships.