College of Business and Economics
Upham Hall

Jeongho Choi
Assistant Professor

  • Office Location: Timothy J Hyland Hall 4304
  • Phone: (262) 472-3964
  • Email: choij@uww.edu
  • Department(s): Management
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PhD
Management (Strategy and International Business)
Rutgers University (The State University of New Jersey)
2015

Certificate of International Trade
June 2004

Academy of Management
August 2014 - Current
European International Business Academy
December 2013 - Current
Academy of International Business
May 2008 - Current

Mitigating the challenges of partner knowledge diversity while enhancing R&D alliance performance: The role of alliance governance mechanisms.
Journal of Product Innovation Management
Improving the progress of Research & Development (R&D) projects by selecting an optimal alliance structure and partner type.
British Journal of Management
Choosing an Appropriate Alliance Governance Mode: The Role of Institutional, Cultural and Geographical Distance in Research & Development Collaborations.
Journal of International Business Studies

Mitigating the challenges of partner knowledge diversity while enhancing R&D alliance performance: The role of alliance governance mechanisms.
Journal of Product Innovation Management
International Business Management: Succeeding in a culturally diverse world.
Springer
Improving the progress of Research & Development (R&D) projects by selecting an optimal alliance structure and partner type.
British Journal of Management
Knowledge sharig while managing uncertainty in R&D Alliances: An eclectic perspective
Academy of Management Best Paper
Vol. 2017 Iss. 01 Pg. 6
Global Knowledge Acquisition Through Alliances: Optimizing Contracts and Task Complexity.
Edward Elgar Publishing Inc
Contingency Distance Factors and International Research and Development (R&D), Marketing, and Manufacturing Alliance Formations.
International Business Review
Choosing an Appropriate Alliance Governance Mode: The Role of Institutional, Cultural and Geographical Distance in Research & Development Collaborations.
Journal of International Business Studies