Michael E. Valdez, Ph.D.
Department of Management
Michael E. Valdez, Ph.D., teaches courses in international management, strategy and business policy.
Hired in 2009, Dr. Michael E. Valdez is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses international management, strategy and business policy. Dr. Valdez’s research interests center on international management, cross-cultural management issues, entrepreneurial success factors in the Pacific Islands, and organizational reputation. His research, which is contributions to practice and discipline-based, has appeared in such outlets as the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Asia Business Studies, Indian Journal of Economics and Business and Transportation Journal. Dr. Valdez has also presented his research at various conferences in the United States and abroad and is a member of the Academy of Management and the Academy of International Business.
- Ph.D., University of Hawaii
- Hawaii Superferry: Is the Speed the Most Important Factor in Moving Cargo?
Indian Journal of Economics and Business, AEBEI Best Papers, 31- 36,
- Dual Society Entrepreneurship: Work-Family Conflict, Motivation, and Financial Success-American Samoa
Pacific Asian Consortium for International Business Education and Research, Queenstown, New Zealand,
- Integrating Logistics Case Studies to Show the Impact of Speed: Overview and Benefits
Indian Journal of Economics and Business, AEBEI Best Papers, 27- 29,
- Sustained Rapid Economic Growth and Cultural Convergence
Journal of Asian Business Studies, 3(2), 37- 45,
- Contextual Factors Surrounding Reputation Damage with Potential Implications for Reputation Repair
Academy of Management Review, 34(1), 146- 168,