Faculty Profiles

We have assembled a world-class team of faculty for the program, who are engaged in cutting-edge research and have exceptional industry experience. Our faculty is at the forefront of business research in Asia and they bring their insights and experience to the classroom to empower students with a deeper understanding of Asian business and the best global management practices in Asia. A partial list of teaching faculty for the program is shown below:

Prof. Jaideep Sengupta Synergis-Geoffrey YEH Professor of Business, Chair Professor, Department of Marketing
Teaching & research expertise: Consumer information processing, persuasion and attitude strength, effects of marketing communications, self-regulation and self-control
Prof. Stephen W. Nason Professor of Business Practice, Department of Management
Teaching & research expertise: International management and culture, organizational behavior, international HRM, international management, organizational learning, human resource management, organizational culture, organizational theory
Prof. Milind RAO Professor of Business Practice, Department of Economics
Teaching & research expertise: Brain drain, macroeconomics, money and growth theory
Prof. Joseph Salvacruz Professor of Business Practice, Department of Marketing, Academic Director, HKUST MIMT Program
Teaching & research expertise: Strategic marketing management, branding, international marketing and business, food and agribusiness marketing, applied economics/econometrics
Prof. Melody M. Chao Associate Professor, Department of Management
Teaching & research expertise: Globalization, multicultural psychology, group processes and intergroup relations, organizational behavior, normative judgments
Prof. Jinyu He Associate Professor, Department of Management
Teaching & research expertise: Competitive Dynamics, co-opetition, corporate governance
Prof. Bilian Sullivan Associate Professor, Department of Management
Teaching & research expertise: Organizational learning and change, organizational and inter-organizational networks, international management, decision-making