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Stanley D. Nollen Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA
Stanley D. Nollen is a professor at McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University. Professor Nollen's field of research and teaching is international business. He studies firms and industries in emerging market economies and has directed foreign study programs in Delhi, Bangalore, Dubai, Ho Chi Minh City, Prague, and Seoul. He has been a visiting professor at the London School of Economics and the University of Antwerp, with Fulbright fellowships in Delhi and Prague. His recent published research is about software and hardware industries in India and China, and about the transition of firms in the Czech Republic. Publication outlets for his articles include the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Development Studies, International Organization, Industrial Relations, and Harvard Business Review, and books from Stanford University Press with the World Bank, and Sage. Professor Nollen twice received Fulbright awards in Delhi and in Prague. He was an academic visitor at the London School of Economics and at Universiteit Antwerpen. Professor Nollen teaches courses in international business and in macro-and micro-economics. He has won MBA teaching awards four times.